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 September 25, 2002

DON'T FREE THIS FIEND; THE VICTIM in Name of God, Who Is Letting Payne out? the Judge Ordered He Serve Every Day of a 6-Year Sentence.This Is Awful, I'm in Shock ANDREW MADDEN YESTERDAY
Byline: YVONNE KINSELLA and JENNY FRIEL A YOUNG man abused 103 times by sick pervert Fr Ivan Payne said last night: "Who in the name of God is letting this awful man out?" Computer worker Andrew Madden, 29, was an altar boy when the twisted...
Golf: Ryder Cup: Ryder Cup Results
1927......Worcester (Mass.): USA 9 1/2 GB 2 1/2 1929......Moortown (Leeds): GB 7 USA 5 1931......Scioto (Ohio): USA 9 GB 3 1933......Southport&Ainsdale: GB 6 1/2 USA 5 1/2 1935......Ridgewood (N Jersey): USA 9 GB 3 1937......Southport&Ainsdale:...
GOLF: RYDER CUP: TEAM GAME WILL BRING BACK DAZ OF OLD; Clarke Returns to His Roots for Inspiration
Byline: JOE GORROD and DERIC HENDERSON WHEN Darren Clarke tees off with the Ryder Cup team it will be a moment he hasn't savoured so much since he skippered The Royal School, Dungannon First XV. It gives him a twinge of regret that he swopped...
Golf: The Ryder Cup Team Europe
THOMAS BJORN AGE: 31. Silkeborg, Denmark. CAPS: 1 (1997) FIRST Dane to win Ryder Cup honours, he gained a notable half with Open champion Justin Leonard in Europe's 1997 win from four down after four. Joint-second in 2000 Open and third...
Golf: The Ryder Cup United States
PAUL AZINGER AGE: 42. Holyoke, Massachusetts. CAPS: 3 (1989-91-93) FIRST Ryder Cup match since lymphoma cancer in his shoulder was discovered just after he won the 1993 US PGA. Illness kept him out of golf for a year, but in 2000 was...
ICE HOCKEY: GIANTS CAPABLE OF BITING BACK IF THE PANTHERS DECIDE TO MIX IT; Belfast Giants V Nottm Panthers
IF Belfast Giants coach Dave Whistle could have scripted the defence of the Superleague title it is doubtful if he would have come up with this storyline. Yes, he would have wanted two wins and he's got them, but to outscore the opposition 15-4...
MIRROR SPORT COMMENT: Ashes to Ashes for Thorpe's Career
GRAHAM THORPE will have to live with the consequences of his U-turn in pulling out of England's Ashes crusade. Just 19 days after emerging from six weeks of soul-searching to assure the selectors his mind was up to the task, the wind suddenly...
Plastic Battles
MORE than one in eight credit cards now offer zero per cent rates as the battle for business hots up. The Research Department analysts found 13 per cent of all credit cards now offer zero per cent introductory rates. Just two years ago zero...
Pounds 1,500,000; Answer Question 6 Today and You Could Be on the Way to a Fortune
PLAY our brilliant pounds 1,500,000 cash game - it could change your life. UTV star Gerry Kelly will randomly draw out the first seven finalists on his Friday night show. Someone will win pounds 150,000 GUARANTEED! But it could be pounds 375,000,...
Ryder Cup 2002: GOLF:RECORDS
OLDEST PLAYER EUROPE: Ted Ray (50, 1927) UNITED STATES: Ray Floyd (51, 1993) YOUNGEST PLAYER EUROPE: Sergio Garcia (19, 1999) United States: Horton Smith (21, 1929) MOST CAPS Europe: Nick Faldo (11) United States: Billy Casper,...
SUZY in the CITY IN DUBLIN: YESTERDAY'S CLOSING DUBLIN SHARE PRICES
ABBEY...........................................4.6..-0.05 ALLIED IRISH BANKS.................11.6..-0.45 AMINEX........................................1.0..-0.03 ANGLO IRISH BK CP...................5.8..-0.03ARCON INTL RES.........................0.0...0.00...
The Scurra
THE Prince of Wales will be deeply disheartened to learn that his servants at Highgrove have been playing a cruel trick on him when he orders supplies of his own home-grown fruit. The heir to the throne cherishes the organic fruit trees that adorn...
Voice of the Daily Mirror: There's Nothing New in Blair's Drossier
TONY Blair really knows how to make the best of a bad case. He must have been a brilliant barrister. His speech to the Commons yesterday was as good a defence of the indefensible as was possible. To listen to him, you could understand how he...
War on Iraq: The Dossier: His Evil Past
THE DOSSIER: Saddam Hussein started the Iraq-Iran war within a year of seizing power in 1979. More than 1million people died in the conflict. Iraq fired over 500 ballistic missiles at Iranian targets, including major cities. In 1984 he began...
War on Iraq: The Dossier: What Is the Truth?; Defying the United Nations
THE DOSSIER: Saddam Hussein has a history of defying the United Nations by intimidation, obstruction and deceit. Immediately after the Gulf War ended the United Nations Security Council passed a series of four resolutions to set up a special ...