Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)

A daily newspaper serving the city of Glasgow, Scotland. Stories cover current events, business, politics, entertainment, and sports at the local level, with select stories of national and international significance included as well. Sports stories report heavily on Celtic and Ranger football clubs.

Articles from August 2, 2006

Blair Calls for Rethink on Terror
TONY Blair last night called for a re-think of the war on terror in the wake of the Lebanon crisis. The PM said there had to be a complete "reappraisal" of the way the UK and US deal with Islamic extremism. Blair is also ready to cancel his...
Business IN BRIEF
STANDARD Life's first set of figures as a stock market company saw first half sales rise 17 per cent to pounds 745million. The trading update featured a 25 per cent jump in life and pensions sales in the UK to pounds 594million, helped by continued...
David Is Playing It Coul on New Deal; UPDATE
DAVID COULTHARD last night insisted he will continue racing in Formula One next year - but refused to say which car he'll be driving. Current team Red Bull are set to offer him a new deal but there have also been rumours linking him with a move...
How to Get over a Break-Up
IT may feel like the end of the world when your partner walks out, but there are ways to rebuild your life. Here Ann reveals what has helped her the most to get through her pain. 1 Surround yourself with friends and family who make you feel...
Murray Could Be Best of the Brad Bunch
BRAD GILBERT reckons he can help steer Andy Murray to the very top of tennis. The American, who worked with former world No.1s Andre Agassi and Andy Roddick, is now coaching the Dunblane teenager. Gilbert got the best out of Agassi and Roddick,...
PREGNANT JENNI DIES ON SON'S 1st BIRTHDAY; Husband's Heartache after Wife Is Found Dead at Summer School
Byline: By Kevan Christie and Peter Doyle A YOUNG mum expecting her second child dropped dead on her son's first birthday. Music teacher Jenni Brown, 31, who suffered a rare brain disorder, was found dead in her bed. Yesterday, her husband...
Say ELO to No1 Guilty Secret; ROD AND MIDGE LASSES ROLL BACK YEARS
A 30-YEAR-OLD song by the Electric Light Orchestra has been voted the track most Brits secretly love the most. Livin' Thing beat More Than A Feeling by Boston and Don't Stop Moving' by S Club 7 in the list produced by Q Magazine. The chart...