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Kipper Mac is the star of an advert to promote the Record's football fixtures guide, which is free in today's paper.
Just the perfect pooch: Clockwise from top left, adored pets Kipper - with Toby Markall, Stanley, Dillon and Alice.
Charity trustee Tony Tighe (left), receives the cheque for pounds 500 from Pat and Martin Brown, who successfully bid for the auctioned photo of Brian Labone, watched by Steve Jones, Paul Mclver and Mike Lafferty of Blue Kipper
Suzy, whose body has never been found, disappeared after driving to meet a client called Mr Kipper in Fulham.
Peel, the quaint fishing town (actually, more properly claimed locally as a city) on the island's west coast, lays claim to the title of 'Kipper Capital of the World' and I for one am not going to argue.
LABOUR stitched up UKIP like a Kipper in the Wythenshawe and Sale East by-election.
A caption reads '12/5/44, Taken by kipper, Yanks at play.' Mr Townsend, aged 65, said: "I think 'Kipper' was probably 'kipper Keyte' a teacher at the time, who has long gone.
Like a shot, Nick came back with, "Killer kipper" which brought a burst of silence round the bar followed by a burst of guffaws and even a few guffives.
Many years ago I saw a picture of John 'Kipper' Lynch carrying a saddle that was almost as heavy as he was.
Retriever Kipper and Geoffrey took charge of the young fawn, called Mi-Lu, when its mother abandoned it in favour of its twin, under a bush at Knowsley Safari Park.
KIPPER the golden retriever shows his affection for Mi-Lu, the Pere David's deer he has taken to his heart.