London New Archives: August 2000



  • South Bank Stake Out
    London Eye traders under the cosh - 25/08/00
  • Concorde Could Stay Grounded
    Improvements may be to costly, experts fear - 24/08/00
  • Ritchie Can't Resist Fights
    British director rumoured for true-life gypsy gangster movie - 23/08/00
  • Diana to Speak from Beyond the Grave
    New film could use Princess's real voice - 23/08/00
  • Diplomat's Daughter Hits Out At British Lads
    'British boys really suck,' says US ambassador's teenager - 21/08/00
  • AltaVista Pull Plug on Unmetered Access
    250,000 customers left high and dry - 18/08/00
  • When Danny Met Harry
    British boy to play child wizard - 17/08/00
  • Vinnie Gets Set for Gangster Flick
    Lead role in East end crime biopic for former footballer - 16/08/00
  • Speed the Plow in Sales Plummet
    Early closing for Morrissey's play - 15/08/00
  • Killjoy Ken Targets Pigeons
    Mayor to order birds out of Trafalgar Square - 14/08/00
  • Seven Year Itch Seduces London Stage
    Another Hollywood star set to bare all in saucy stage adaptation - 14/08/00
  • Wild Bill Hague: The Drinks I Have Known
    Tory leader in sad booze boast - 11/08/00
  • Another Bridge Goes Down the Tube
    Hungerford crossing in safety fears - 10/08/00
  • Thames Water is Tastiest
    London tap nectar beats bottled brands - 10/08/00
  • Victoria Line Shut
    Commuters set for 3 weeks of battling to work - 09/08/00
  • 10 Years of Sanctions: 500,000 Children Dead
    Protesters gather to call for an end to sanctions against Iraq - 08/08/00
  • Hague: I'm No Heavy Drinker
    Opposition leader retracts boozing claim - 08/08/00
  • Crowds Line Up for Queen Mum
    Flag-waving fans get ready to cheer ton-up royal - 07/08/00
  • Carnival Atmosphere Awaits Notting Hill
    It's sun all the way for the capital's biggest cultural party - 07/08/00
  • Invasion of US Frogs Repelled
    Brave wildlife workers fight back against killer amphibians - 04/08/00
  • mi:2 Star Sets Sights on Stage
    WW2 drama at the Donmar for Dougray Scott - 04/08/00
  • London Finds Ten Twins
    World cities to help Livingstone - 03/08/00
  • Russell Rocks Out In London
    Film star's Gig Not Something To Crow About - 02/08/00
  • Gates Closed on Greenwich Time
    Internet standard hit by browser code - 01/08/00







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