The Mirror (London, England)

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Articles from September 19, 2006

3AM: LINDSAY'S HOSPITAL DASH 2; the Daily LOHAN Actress Back in A&E for Second Time in 48 Hours
Byline: Eva Simpson & Caroline Hedley THERE'S only one place Lindsay Lohan frequents more often than hip New York boozers - and that's A&E. The party animal's wild lifestyle caught up with her at the weekend as she made two hospital dashes...
8 WAYS TO MAKE YOUR KIDS LESS GRUMPY; EAT RIGHT WITH GILLIAN Every Week, No-Nonsense Food Expert Gillian McKeith Shares Her Insider Tips for Healthy Eating
Byline: Gillian McKeith 1SET A SHINING EXAMPLE Children learn from copying you. If you eat a healthy diet, your child will follow your example and get all the nutrients he or she needs. 2BE A BEDTIME STICKLER Decide on a bedtime and stick to...
AER HE IS; WE'RE BEST FOR HAPPY STORIES Nephew Leafing through In-Flight Mag Spots His Long-Lost Emigrant Uncle
Byline: By LYNN JOLLY A MAN found his long-lost uncle - by leafing through an Aer Lingus magazine. Paddy Curran, 67, was cut off for 20 years from his loved ones in Co Kerry who did not know if he was dead or alive. The fiddle player had been...
Avast There Landlubbers! 'TIS INTERNATIONAL TALK LIKE A PIRATE DAY, SO HERE BE A LIST OF PIRATEY LINGO TO USE, OR WE'LL HANG YE FROM THE YARDARM, LOOK 'EE
Byline: By DARREN BOYLE AHOY there me hearties. It's International Talk Like A Pirate Day and people across Ireland will be talking like salty seadogs for 24 hours. Whether that makes you sound like Captain Jack Sparrow, Captain Horatio McAllister...
BETRAYED; Government Faces UN Grilling over Its Failure to Protect Vulnerable Children
Byline: By AINE HEGARTY THE Government will get a tongue-lashing from the UN tomorrow for failing to protect children. Children's Minister Brian Lenihan will be hauled before a committee to explain why Ireland has not implemented key parts of...
Bully Tormented Oaps in Home
Byline: By RON MOORE A CRUEL care worker who bullied frail OAPs at a nursing home dementia unit faces jail. Ken Bowie, 43, pushed elderly residents, pulled an old lady's hair and swore aggressively at confused patients. When one old lady,...
Canada. It's a Moose See Country
CANADA an amazing country, filled with enough attractions and experiences to satisfy every traveller. Few countries offer the range of bustling cities, rugged mountain hideaways, open plains and remote settlements where tourists of all ages can...
Cheap Eats FOR A WEEK; GIVE YOUR FAMILY A DAILY TREAT WITH THESE FIVE HEALTHY MEALS. THE RECIPES ARE EASY TO MAKE, SERVE FOUR AND COST LESS THAN Pounds 1 A HEAD
Byline: BY ANGELADOWDEN MONDAY Singapore Noodles INGREDIENTS: 3 packs of economy range instant noodles 2 cloves of garlic, crushed 1 onion, finely chopped 2 tablespoons of sunflower oil 1 tsp of chilli powder 2 economy skinless...
Child Seat Law Fear; Watchdog Warns of Eu Guideline Confusion
Byline: By LYNN JOLLY CONFUSION over new child car seat laws could mean thousands of parents are breaking the law, it was claimed last night. From yesterday, all children under the age of 12 must use a child seat or cushion rather than just an...
Day Our World Was Set on Fire; MIRROR FINDS VIETNAM KIDS IN ICONIC 1972 PHOTO
Byline: JUSTINE SMITH in Trang Bang, Vietnam IT was the defining portrait of the Vietnam War. The haunting image of a young, naked girl running for her life as napalm sears her skin did more than any other to turn the tide of opinion against the...
DearMIRIAM: Have You Noticed Any Warning Signs? MIRIAM'S VERDICT
Byline: Dr MIRIAM STOPPARD IF it does turn out your mum and girlfriend have been having girl-on-girl action this will be the worst of all blows. Do you really believe your mum, the woman you've loved and supported all your life, is capable of...
EXECUTED; Drug Dealer Shot Dead by Motorbike Gunman as Concern Grows over Gangland Turf War
Byline: By DECLAN FERRY GARDAI were last night questioning a man after a gangland turf war led to the murder of a known drug dealer. Frankie Ryan, 21, from Delmege Park in Limerick, was shot by a gunman on a motorbike as he sat in a car. The...
Football: BACKSEAT BECKS; EXCLUSIVE: DAVID BECKHAM THE REAL STORY DAY THREE the Idea I'd Need a High Profile If I Came Back with England Is Just Ridiculous. I Could Adapt to a Changed Role with No Problem at All
Byline: By Chief Sports Writer OLIVER HOLT DAVID BECKHAM last night promised he would be happy to adopt a low profile if Steve McClaren ever recalled him to the England squad. McClaren has always insisted he made the decision to drop Beckham...
Football: BACKSEAT BECKS; EXCLUSIVE: DAVID BECKHAM THE REAL STORY the Idea I'd Need a High Profile If I Came Back with England Is Just Ridiculous
Byline: By Chief Sports Writer OLIVER HOLT DAVID BECKHAM last night promised he would be happy to adopt a low profile if Steve McClaren ever recalled him to the England squad. McClaren has always insisted he made the decision to drop Beckham...
Football: Dromore the Merrier as Shields Sets out to Restore a Bit of Pride; FORMER BOSS RETURNS TO LIFT AMATEURS
Byline: Martin Mawhinney HE may have taken on the most challenging managerial job in intermediate football, but new Dromore Amateurs boss Colin Shields is determined to succeed in his quest to return some pride to his struggling local club. The...
Football: EASTERN PROMISE; Leeman: Glens WILL Be Title Contenders
Byline: Darren FULLERTON GLENTORAN captain Paul Leeman has warned Irish League champions Linfield to beware a backlash from the east this season. The Glens disappointed last year as Big Two rivals Linfield won the league title by a cushy 12 point...
Football: Factory Is Closed but Sirocco Keep the Legend Alive; Club Confidential This Week. Sirocco Works
Byline: By MAXIE SWAIN ALMOST as old as the league itself, Sirocco Works can lay claim to being the longest-serving club in all the intermediate and junior divisions. And one of the most decorated too, with 20 cups residing in their trophy cabinet,...
Football: FIRST SNO OF THE YEAR! THE CELTIC FOOTBALL CLUB 1888 CIS INSURANCE CUP, THIRD ROUND: Celtic V St Mirren, Tonight, 7.45 Youngsters Get Run-Out in Strachan Shake-Up
Byline: By IAIN CAMPBELL GORDON STRACHAN will attempt one of football's most difficult balancing acts tonight. The Celtic manager is likely to make substantial changes to a winning side - with his fingers crossed that the "gamble" will not end...
Football: From Great Escape to No Escape for Robbo; WEST BROMWICH ALBION BOSS AXED JUST 16 MONTHS AFTER KEEPING BAGGIES UP
Byline: Martin ROGERS BRYAN ROBSON paid the price for West Brom's dismal start to the season yesterday when he was sacked after two years in charge. Glenn Hoddle, John Gregory, Graeme Souness and Ian Holloway are all likely to be on chairman...
Football: Gord: Kick My Line Ban into Touch
Byline: By IAIN CAMPBELL CELTIC v ST MIRREN GORDON STRACHAN will today appeal to the SFA not to hand him a touchline suspension from Saturday's Old Firm clash. The Celtic manager will this morning attend the disciplinary meeting at Hampden Park...
Football: Gord: Kick My Line Ban into Touch; CELTIC V ST MIRREN
Byline: By IAIN CAMPBELL GORDON STRACHAN will today appeal to the SFA not to hand him a touchline suspension from Saturday's Old Firm clash. The Celtic manager will this morning attend the disciplinary meeting at Hampden where he faces a further...
Football: JEEPERS KEEPERS; Given out for 6 Weeks & Kenny Major Doubt for Euro 2008 Ties
Byline: By GARRY DOYLE SHAY Given is out of next month's double-header against Cyprus and the Czech Republic - and deputy Paddy Kenny is also a major doubt. Given underwent surgery on a stomach tear yesterday morning and has been ruled out for...
Football: Jennings Saves Nine-Man City SUB PAT IS HERO; LEAGUE CUP FINAL: DERRY 0 SHELS 0 Derry Win 3-0 on Penalties
Byline: By GARRY DOYLE THERE was a storm amid the storm at the Brandywell last night and referee Ian Stokes was at the centre of it. After making two controversial decisions - sending off Derry's David Forde and Killian Brennan when a booking...
Football: MOUR: SHEV'S BEEN A FLOP
Byline: By MARTIN LIPTON JOSE Mourinho admitted last night that Andriy Shevchenko has been a pounds 30million let-down so far. And the Chelsea boss told the Ukrainian superstar that he could not use the Blues attacking system as an excuse for...
Football: Naismith's Ready to Go in for Killie; THE CELTIC FOOTBALL CLUB 1888 CIS INSURANCE CUP, THIRD ROUND: Celtic V St Mirren, Tonight, 7.45 KILMARNOCK V LIVINGSTON KICK-OFF, 7.45 PM
STEVEN NAISMITH picked up his first award of the season and warned defenders - the best is yet to come. The Kilmarnock starlet was voted the CIS Insurance Cup player of the round after the Rugby Park outfit's second round extra-time win over Queen...
Football: Newington Boss Eamonn for Repeat of Last Year's Dream League & Cup Double; ..AND HE WOULDN'T SAY NO TO ANOTHER CRACK AT BIG BOYS
Byline: By MAXIE SWAIN AS EAMONN McCarthy looked forward to his first season in the Premier Section with Newington back in August 2005, fame was surely one of the last things on his mind. Having just been promoted from second team manager to...
Football: O'Connor Is Likely to Kerry On
Byline: By JACKIE CAHILL KERRY boss Jack O'Connor dropped a broad hint yesterday that he will spearhead the Kingdom's defence of their All-Ireland senior football crown in 2007. Corralled into a room by reporters at Jury's Hotel in Ballsbridge,...
Football: O'MAHONY: PEOPLE WRITING US OFF JUST MADE TEAM STRONGER; ALL-IRELAND AFTERMATH: Kerry Bask in the Warm Glow of 34th Sam Maguire Success
Byline: By MICHAEL SCULLY KERRY star Aidan O'Mahony reflected on the Kingdom's latest All-Ireland success and declared: "We proved the critics wrong." O'Mahony was one of Kerry's key players against Mayo at Croke Park on Sunday with a sublime...
Football: SHAPE UP SHEVVY; RACE FOR THE PREMIERSHIP Jose: We Need More for Our Pounds 30M
Byline: Martin LIPTON Chief Football Writer JOSE MOURINHO admitted last night that Andriy Shevchenko has been a pounds 30million let-down so far. And the Chelsea boss told the Ukrainian superstar that he could not use the Blues attacking system...
Football: SHAPE UP SHEVVY; RACE FOR THE PREMIERSHIP Jose:We Need More for Our Pounds 30M
Byline: Martin LIPTON Chief Football Writer JOSE MOURINHO admitted last night that Andriy Shevchenko has been a pounds 30million let-down so far. And the Chelsea boss told the Ukraine superstar that he could not use the Blues attacking system...
Football: SHOLA SLAMS UPTON CROWD
Byline: By MARTIN ROGERS SHOLA AMEOBI has blasted the West Ham fans who abused Newcastle boss Glenn Roeder on Sunday. The former Upton Park manager came in for plenty of stick from the Hammers fans during Newcastle's 2-0 win. Toon striker...
Football: Six Shooters; O'ROURKE HOPING NEW MEN CAN HELP COMBER TO CONTINUE REC-OVERY
Byline: Martin Mawhinney COMBER Rec boss Jim O'Rourke signed a total of six players during the close season period, yet he admits: "I can't get any credit for attracting new talent!" The County Down club seems to have had a magnetic effect on...
Football: THE EAST IS RISING; Kincaid Is Back on Old Stomping Ground & Once Again Promotion Is Real Possibility
Byline: Martin Mawhinney EAST Belfast manager Tommy Kincaid is back to what he knows best as he targets promotion to the Premier Section in his first full season at the Division 1A club. If there really is such a thing as a managerial roundabout,...
Football: The Kids Inspired Me to Create My Academy
WHEN I was eight years old it was rare to find me doing anything other than playing football. All I needed was a ball and some space. Mates would join in, but if there were none around that was no problem, I would play alone. A park, a street, my...
Football: WE HAVE A GOOD THING HERE & WE DON'T WANT TO LET THAT GO; ALL-IRELAND AFTERMATH: Kerry Bask in the Warm Glow of 34th Sam Maguire Success O'Connor Hints at Staying on as Kingdom Manager
Byline: Jackie Cahill KERRY boss Jack 'Connor has dropped a broad hint that he will spearhead the Kingdom's defence of their All-Ireland senior football crown in 2007. Corralled into a room by reporters at Jury's Hotel, Ballsbridge, O'Connor...
Forget the WAGS, Here's the BIRDIES; RYDER CUP GOLF GIRLS VOW TO DRIVE MEN ON PARTNERS MAKE RYDER CUP A GLAMOUR FIXTURE
Byline: By WILL PAYNE THE world's biggest golf stars flew into Ireland yesterday with their own version of the WAGs following closely behind them. The Ryder Cup girls - dubbed The Birdies - brought a touch of sunshine to a wet and windswept Dublin...
Golf: GOLF HAS SAVED ME; 3 Days to Go before Ryder Club at K Club Clarke Reveals How Practising Helped Him to Cope with Grief
Byline: Oliver HOLT reports from Co Kildare DARREN CLARKE arrived at the K Club yesterday to find he had become a symbol of friendship and reconciliation at the heart of golf's most notorious enmity. The prelude to the bitter golfing rivalry...
Golf: GOLF HAS SAVED ME; 3 Days to Go before Ryder Club at K Club: Dungannon Ace Raring to Face the Yanks Clarke Reveals How Practising Helped Him to Cope with Death of His Wife Heather
Byline: Oliver HOLT reports from Co Kildare DARREN Clarke arrived at The K Club yesterday to find he had become a symbol of friendship and reconciliation at the heart of golf's most notorious enmity. The prelude to the bitter golfing rivalry...
Golf: Teams Will Have to Ryde out a Storm to Take Cup Home; 3 Days to Go before Ryder Club at K Club: Dungannon Ace Raring to Face the Yanks
Byline: By MICHAEL SCULLY DAY ONE of Ryder Cup week and the news from the Met Eireann ain't too hot, folks. Worst case scenario is that, given the vagaries of an Irish September, the 34th staging of the competition could be a wash-out. Yesterday's...
Horse: GOLDEN SINS
Byline: By PETER O'HEHIR FOUR Sins is strongly fancied to land today's Shelbourne Hotel Goffs Million at the Curragh for the in-form combination of John Oxx and Michael Kinane. This seven-furlong contest is the centrepiece of Ireland's richest...
INHUMANE; Hidden Camera Reveals Cruel Treatment of Hens in Ireland
Byline: By AINE HEGARTY THESE undercover pictures reveal the shocking cramped conditions in which battery hens are forced to live. The disturbing images were secretly filmed by an animal rights group using hidden cameras in egg factories across...
Investigates: The Accident Victim
RAY Spurr, 67, a retired postman from Luton, Beds, was diagnosed as being undernourished after a five and a half week stay in hospital last autumn. His wife, Val, 63, says: "FOLLOWING an accident at work last September, Ray was admitted to Luton...
Investigates: The Disabled Patient
MAUREEN Smith, 63, from Fakenham, Norfolk, has no arms, but was not helped with her meals. She says: "ALTHOUGH I was born without arms I've always tried to live as independently as possible. I live on my own and manage to feed myself successfully....
Investigates: The Grandmother
KATHLEEN Young died in hospital in November 2004, aged 90, after being admitted with an infection. Her granddaughter Lucy Pedrick, 36, a research director from Reading, Berks, says: "MY gran was admitted into hospital that September with neck pains...
Is Religion the Root of All Evil? AS POPE BENEDICT IGNITES YET ANOTHER ROW BETWEEN FAITHS ACROSS THE WORLD, WE ASK
GEORGE CAREY Former Archbishop of Canterbury YOU only need to look at religious wars, the crusades, the military conquests of Islamic empires, to conclude we would be better off without religion. Until you look at the recent past, where the...
JAILED FOR HER 'EVIL' RAPE LIES; Girl, 17, Had a Four-Man Orgy
Byline: By RICHARD SMITH A GIRL who had a boozy four-man orgy then lied about being raped was behind bars yesterday after a judge branded her "evil". The four men were held in police cells for 36 hours after Cinzia Sannino, then 17, claimed they...
JAMIE'S SCHOOL WINNERS; Junk Food Rebel Mums Forced to Call off Protest
Byline: By LUCY THORNTON TWO mums who have been feeding junk takeaway food to kids through school railings caved in and stopped yesterday. The pair used an old shopping trolley to deliver burgers, jacket potatoes, fizzy drinks, sandwiches, pies...
JAMIE'S SCHOOL WINNER; Truce by Rebel Mums in Junk Food Protest
Byline: By LUCY THORNTON TWO mums who have been feeding junk food to kids through school railings yesterday called a temporary truce by suspending their food runs. The pair used an old shopping trolley to deliver burgers, jacket potatoes, fizzy...
KILLED BY A FREAK WAVE; Fisherman Drowns as Boat Crushed but Friend Climbs Cliff to Safety
Byline: By NIALL O'CONNOR A FISHERMAN's body was pulled from the sea yesterday after his boat was swamped by a freak wave. Ger O'Driscoll, 52, died when he and crew-mate William Power were thrown overboard in appalling weather conditions yesterday...
LET US STRAY; Church Stunned as 'Affair' Vicar and Curate Quit
Byline: By AIDAN McGURRAN A CHURCH of England vicar and his curate have left their posts over an alleged affair. The Rev Keith White, 52, is said to have had a relationship with the Rev Lynne Thorpe, 44. Both are married and each have three children....
MAD DOG: I'MNO MAD BITCH; Adair Vows to Challenge Killer Stone over Gay Love Claim
Byline: By PETER DOYLE JOHNNY Adair is vowing to get even with a former comrade over claims he has set up a gay love-nest with a fellow terrorist. Graveyard killer Michael Stone claims "Mad Dog" Adair is having an affair with his former jail-mate...
Rugby Union: BLACK MARK; Mirror Sport STARTS WITH RUGBY Robinson Tirade Is over the Top Say RFU, but They Take No Action
Byline: Alex SPINK Rugby Correspondent THE rugby player at the centre of racial abuse allegations was last night cleared but given a written warning for using "particularly excessive" language. Four Bath fans claimed in written statements that...
SAM'S NOT MY ORANGE CRUSH; Mad Dog Denies Gay Slur in UDA Rival's Book
Byline: By MAGGIE BARRY LOYALIST hardman Johnny Adair is vowing to get even with a former comrade over claims he has set up a gay love-nest with a fellow terrorist at a Scottish hideaway. Graveyard killer Michael Stone claims Adair, known as...
SHELLEY ViSiON: Fed Up with Lardy Losers
Byline: JIM SHELLEY FAT is the new black. It's everywhere. Shows about fat camps, fit clubs and whether "we are what we eat" proliferate on our screens while the government is more worried about the nation's kids eating too many crisps than what's...
STAMP OF APPROVAL; AT LAST, A REASON TO VOTE FOR PDs. McDowell to Home in on Sale Duty
Byline: By GERALDINE COMISKEY A PLAN to cut stamp duty for housebuyers will be high on the PDs' election manifesto, the new party leader promised yesterday. Tanaiste Michael McDowell told his party colleagues to consider abolishing the controversial...
STARVED IN HOSPITAL; EXCLUSIVE DAILY Mirror INVESTIGATES Scandal of Neglected Patients
Byline: By ANTONIA HOYLE IT is one of the most shameful failings of our health service. Last month the Mirror revealed the shocking number of elderly patients left to starve in NHS hospitals. Almost 60 per cent of those admitted are at risk of...
TARRANT DUMPS WIFE; EXCLUSIVE 'I'm Deeply Sorry for the Hurt I Caused My Loyal Wife and Wonderful Children, Whom I Adore. I've Only Myself to Blame for the Breakdown of My Marriage. While the Liaison Which Has Led to All of This Was Not Significant in My Life, I Will Always Regret the Hurt and Pain That I Have Caused.' - CHRIS TARRANT YESTERDAY
Byline: By NICOLA METHVEN, TV Editor and MARTIN FRICKER CHRIS Tarrant has instructed his lawyers to spare no expense in providing for his family after leaving wife Ingrid. The 59-year-old TV star insisted he was to blame for the collapse of his...
THE ANTIQUES FRAUDSHOW; Forger Who Sold Fake to TV Art Expert Is Jailed
Byline: By VANESSA ALLEN AN art forger who fooled an Antiques Roadshow expert into paying pounds 20,000 for a fake painting was jailed for two years yesterday. Robert Thwaites, 54, duped connoisseur Rupert Maas using tips from The Art Forger's...
THE KINGDOM OF POP; EXCLUSIVE Jacko's Top Secret Trip to Watch GAA Final on Telly
Byline: By PAUL MARTIN MICHAEL Jackson enjoyed a Sunday dinner with Point Depot owner Harry Crosbie and watched the All-Ireland final on TV. The bizarre day out for Jacko was staged under a blanket of secrecy as the singer made a rare trip from...
THE LIB DIMS; Clueless Ming Stuns Party Faithful with Shock Gaffes
Byline: By ROSA PRINCE Political Correspondent BUNGLING Ming Campbell turned into a party joke at the Lib Dem conference yesterday - with a string of embarrassing gaffes. Dim Sir Menzies, 65, had hoped for a confident start to his first conference...
TRAGLEE; All-Ireland Champs Kerry Return to Heroes' Welcome from Adoring Fans
Byline: By MIRROR REPORTER MORE than 15,000 people gathered in the streets of Tralee yesterday to see the Sam Maguire arrive in Kerry. Adoring Kingdom fans lined the route from Casement Train Station to Ashe Memorial Hall to see the trophy paraded...
'Tramp' Perv Jailed for Kid Sex Attacks
Byline: By LORI CAMPBELL A PLANNING officer who posed as a tramp to carry out a string of sex attacks on schoolgirls was yesterday jailed for 13 years. After Anthony De Boise, 59, was sentenced, one victim told how the assault 10 years ago has...
Victoria Looks Fit in My Kit; DROPPED BECKS REVEALS HIS SECRET PASSIONS..AND PAIN
Byline: By PETE SAMSON DAVID Beckham yesterday gave his verdict on his family, friends and enemies - and revealed wife Posh "looks great" in his footie strip. The soccer star slammed pop star Lily Allen for being "horrible" to the former Spice...
Why ARE We Paying So Much for Our Power? Wholesale Gas Prices DOWN 25% but Power Firms Plotting 20% RISE
Byline: By STEVE HAWKES Deputy Business Editor GAS and electricity suppliers were under intense pressure to cut bills last night as energy costs plummeted by 25 per cent in four months. Wholesale prices have tumbled after experts predicted a...
YOU'RE SCUM I KNOW.. Car Thief Who Killed Gran Pam Gets Life
Byline: By JEREMY ARMSTRONG A CAR-jacker who killed a gran when he ploughed into her at 80mph was jailed for life yesterday after a court heard he admitted he was "scum". Drug addict Paul Wales hit Pamela Phinn and sent her flying more than 10ft...
YourLIFE: Are You Drinking More Than You Think? THERE MAY BE AS MANY AS 3.8MILLION PEOPLE WHO ARE ADDICTED TO ALCOHOL. FIND OUT IF YOU COULD HAVE A DRINK PROBLEM - AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT
Byline: BY CHARLOTTE HAIGH YOU get home from the office with a throbbing headache to find the house is a tip, the kids having a food fight in the kitchen, and your man's working late. So you have a glass of wine while you cook the dinner. You...
YourLIFE: Are You Drinking More Than You Think? THERE MAY BE AS MANY AS 4MILLION PEOPLE ADDICTED TO ALCOHOL IN IRELAND AND THE UK. FIND OUT IF YOU COULD HAVE A DRINK PROBLEM - AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT
Byline: BY CHARLOTTE HAIGH YOU get home from the office with a throbbing headache to find the house is a tip, the kids having a food fight in the kitchen, and your man's working late. So you have a glass of wine while you cook the dinner. You...
YourLIFE: ..I WAS HAVING TWINS! Doctors Thought My Baby Was Dead. Then They Discovered
Byline: ALISON SMITH-SQUIRE FOLLOWING a dream wedding, Abi Day's happiness was complete when she got pregnant on her honeymoon. But three months into the pregnancy her world was shattered when doctors couldn't find her unborn baby's heartbeat. But...
Your Planet Needs You; PLEA OVER GLOBAL WARMING
THIS weekend saw the UK premiere of former American vice president Al Gore's frightening, thrilling, inspiring film An Inconvenient Truth. If I can help persuade Mirror readers to go and watch the film, then I believe I will be doing my job as Environment...
Your Planet Needs YOU; PLEA OVER GLOBAL WARMING
DAVID Miliband has made an impassioned plea for the British people to join forces to save the planet from global warming. In this exclusive article for the Daily Mirror, the Environment Secretary says we all have a duty to combat rising temperatures...