The Mirror (London, England)

A daily newspaper based in London, England. Stories cover current events, culture, sports, and entertainment of local, national, and international significance. Special attention is given to celebrity news.

Articles from March 24, 2007

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TRAVEL: Budapest
Budapest is Best THE healing and medicinal properties of Budapest's unique thermal springs have been enjoyed by residents and visitors since Roman times and the city's historic Spas and Spa Hotels continue to attract visitors from all over the world....
TRAVEL: FIN FUN; Hit the Bahamas for Crocs, Shocks and Sharks at the World's Biggest Water Park
Byline: By IAIN MAYHEW THERE is something unnerving about eating a fishburger while you're surrounded by more than 50,000 living, swimming, gill-flapping sea creatures. The thing-between-the-bun - EUR6 plus tax - is probably related, if not by...
TRAVEL: FORGET THE EGGS THIS EASTER.. Take a Cultural Odyssey and Enjoy Magic of Spain's Holy Week Festivals
Byline: EDITED BY PAUL McDAID WHEN over-indulging in overpriced chocolate eggs seems the least interesting way to spend Easter, then check out what Spain has to offer. With online hotel booking specialists Hotelopia you can reserve a room now...
TRAVEL: Kitted out for Paradise; SUN, SAND, SURF AND SHOPPING ON THE ISLAND OF ST KITTS
Byline: By ANNIE ROTH IGOT off the plane in the tropical paradise of St Kitts, but my luggage had other ideas and went island-hopping round the Caribbean. While I stood watching the baggage carousel at Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport...
TRAVEL: QUIET NICE; If You Don't Fancy Clubbing, Ibiza's
QMY friend and I wonder if it is possible to go to Ibiza for a long weekend. We're both 30-something and would like some nightlife as well as being able to relax, shop and sunbathe. What's the best way to get there and where should we stay? Jayne...
TRAVEL: Slide of Your Life; Hit the Bahamas for Shocks, Crocs and Sharks at the World's Biggest Water Park
Byline: By IAIN MAYHEW THERE is something unnerving about eating a fishburger while you're surrounded by more than 50,000 living, swimming, gill-flapping sea creatures. The thing-between-the-bun - EUR6 plus tax - is probably related, if not by...
UK's Going to Iraq and Ruin
Byline: Sinead O'CONNOR I'VE lived in America and spent plenty of time in the UK, but I've never been happier to live in Ireland with my children - and here's why. Last week Sky News ran a series of pieces about the war in Iraq, including a short...
Who on Earth WOULD Murder Bobby England?
Byline: By MARTIN FRICKER BOB Woolmer was a quietly proud man, a true cricket legend. This week he was found murdered in his hotel room in a whodunit which has gripped the world. Sat alone in his room replaying his side Pakistan's shock defeat...
Who on Earth WOULD Murder Bobby Woolmer?
Byline: By MARTIN FRICKER BOB Woolmer was a quietly proud man, a true cricket legend. This week he was found murdered in his hotel room in a whodunit which has gripped the world. Sat alone in his room replaying his side Pakistan's shock defeat...
WHY BOB? Family Is Baffled by Cricket Star's Murder
Byline: By MARTIN FRICKER and JEFF EDWARDS THE heartbroken family of murdered cricket legend Bob Woolmer told last night of their bafflement at his death. Widow Gill and sons Russell, 24, and Dale, 27, spoke out as police became increasingly...
Why I Know Drugs Are NOT Harmless
Byline: FIONA PHILLIPS WHEN 20-year-old Tom Palmer was jailed for life for hacking his two friends to death, he was labelled a "monster" - and, I suspect, by the victims' families, a whole lot worse. Palmer was 18 when he murdered Steven Bayliss,...
Win Eur1,000 Cash; Plus a Dance Lesson with a Choreographer to the Stars
FOLLOWING the success of shows such as Strictly Come Dancing it's no surprise we're all worried about the state of our own moves. Eighty per cent of us bet we don't look good on the dancefloor and more than a third say Dad's disco dancing is the...
WIN Pounds 1,000 CASH; PLUS A DANCE LESSON WITH A CHOREOGRAPHER TO THE STARS
FOLLOWING the success of shows such as Strictly Come Dancing it's no surprise we're all worried about the state of our own moves. Eighty per cent of us bet we don't look good on the dance floor and more than a third say Dad's disco dancing is the...
WOMANIA; Must-Have Crazes That Put Shoppers' Knickers in Twist on High Street
IT was handbags at dawn when the latest to-die-for accessory went on sale. Female shoppers queued for hours this week at one London store for a chance to pick up a trendy carrier by Anya Hindmarch for EUR7.40. They are now exchanging on eBay for...
Your LIFE: AMAZING GRACE'S; FOOD AND DRINK PUB SPY Grace Neill's, Donaghadee
Byline: JACOB'S CREEK WITH poetic finesse John Keats described the people of Donaghadee as a "rough and savage" bunch. That's a fine attitude coming from a bloke who wrote poems dedicated to Grecian urns and one particular corker he entitled...
Your LIFE: ARE YOU THE WEAKEST LINK? Can You Complete Anne Robinson's Quiz? If You Score below 10 ...Goodbye!
Byline: Anne Robinson 1 Which religious denomination did Queen Elizabeth I of England support: Roman Catholicism or Protestantism? 2 Which poet, born in India in 1865, wrote the poem entitled If? 3 By what nickname was the decade of the 1920s...
Your LIFE: Fair Game; DOING YOUR BIT FOR THE ENVIRONMENT HAS NEVER BEEN EASIER - OR MORE FASHIONABLE. HERE'S OUR PICK OF THE BEST FAIRTRADE PRODUCTS ON THE HIGH STREET
Byline: BY DIDI DANSO WHERE TO BUY: Amana: www.amana-collection.com Babiesrus: 0044 1628 690700 Bishopston trading: 0044 117 924 5598 Equa Clothing 0044 207 359 0955 George at Asda 0044 500 100 055 M&S 0044 845 302 1234 Millets 0044 800 3895861...
Your LIFE: He's My Mr Write; HOW A BOOK BROUGHT US TOGETHER
Byline: BY HELEN O'BRIEN AFTER three marriages and being widowed twice Marie Jennings no longer expected to find a love that would last. Instead she decided to write an autobiography - and sparked an amazing final chapter in her life. At the...
Your LIFE: LIFE AFTER DEATH; WE KNEW MARK DIDN'T HAVE LONG BUT IT DIDN'T STOP ME WANTING HIS BABY
Byline: BY SALLY WILSON THEY should have been tears of joy. Recently married and a few weeks pregnant, Louise Peachey had gone for her first scan to be told she was expecting not one but two babies with her beloved husband Mark. But Louise, 31,...
Your LIFE: MAURICE FITZMAURICE WINE; FOOD AND DRINK
Byline: JACOB'S CREEK THOSE ABCs are at it again. No it's not another republican splinter group or a new way of saying middle-class. Instead they're an odd bunch who don't like the world's most famous white grape - chardonnay. Here's a grape...
Your LIFE: Prickly CUSTOMERS; GARDENING SIX STEPS TO REPOTTING A CACTUS
Byline: PIPPA GREENWOOD THINGS are getting more interesting in the garden right now so it's easy to forget about your poor old house plants. But they depend on you too - for food and drink, and from time to time they need re-housing so they have...
Your LIFE: SIMPLY CLASSY; FOOD AND DRINK East Belfast Edges Back on to Eating Circuit
Byline: JACOB'S CREEK EAST Belfast has not been overly spoiled with top quality restaurants in recent years. But the arrival of Rouge Cafe on Upper Newtownards Road is giving Aldens a run for its money five months after opening. Not to be...
Your LIFE: YOU CAN.. LAY A VINYL FLOOR; Tart Up Your Toilet by Laying a New Floor in Five Easy Steps
Byline: BY CAROLINE COOK Lay in position USE: Scissors HOW: Unroll the vinyl and fit the longer side of the sheet parallel with the longest clear wall along the line of the skirting. To allow the vinyl to lie as flat as possible, cut a triangular...