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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (September 6, 2001)

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A Hart to Hart with a Jaguar; HOLLYWOOD STAR STEFANIE OPENS ZOO'S NEW ENCLOSURE. 530
Academy kicks off. 112
Accountants moving to disco beat. 355
Alert over baby seals. 86
AMATEUR ARCHAEOLOGIST WILL BE STAR OF TV DOCUMENTARIES DIG. 248
ANFIELD ACES PROVIDE KEY TO WINNING HABIT. 764
Archbishop to plead for help in farm virus crisis. 331
Army hit by recruits crisis. 83
Attention! Pupils on parade for life lessons; Army helps struggling students. 443
Auditor in the clear; Commission rejects criticism of probe into housing benefit. 411
Awards scheme pays off for IFM. 295
Be truthful. 219
Biker is killed. 112
Blackpool Mech . . . . . 1 Bootle . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2. 112
Blues make profit; Post Soapbox. 87
Blues striker tells of assault deceit. 647
Bramhall's big day out; Cricket. 174
Britain's children pocket record pounds 3bn. 94
British woman injured after being swept down Swiss river. 208
Brown's future in balance after loss; BELGIUM . . . . . . . . . . .2 SCOTLAND . . . . . . . . .0. 286
Buckley Town . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Lex XI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1. 84
Bush pushes Britain aside. 82
Busy schedule. 194
CALDY'S Anthony Shields. 109
Can Thomas come and play with me?; BRAVE CHARLOTTE IS REUNITED WITH HER TWIN - AND BEST FRIEND. 403
Cancelled show blow to sick youngster. 279
CHESHIRE MISS OUT ON TITLE. 250
Chester keeper looking to leave. 201
Children left without passes. 151
City airport owners plan a new aviation division. 360
City fears that Marconi may be about to go bust. 510
Classics and sex in Phil's film season; Arts Diary. 356
Closing in on finals dream; ENGLAND . . . . . . . . 2 (Owen 44, Fowler 88) ALBANIA . . . . . . . . . 0. 1056
Closure looms for care homes. 231
COME TEACH IN LIVERPOOL; Search on for foreign staff. 445
Concorde gets the go-ahead to fly again. 82
Council rulers in gay wedding storm. 303
Council U-turn over cuts to sports centres. 530
Cover is vital; Post Soapbox. 111
CRICKET. 142
DAILY POST OUR VIEW. 405
DAVID WILCOCK. 99
Debut success for Dougherty; Teenager makes the transition to pro ranks comfortably. 247
Denbigh sneak past arch rivals. 484
Dentist struck off after X-ray finding. 99
Driver flung out in crash. 135
Drugs and vice clean-up. 119
Economic slowdown hits BA as passenger numbers slump. 237
Excessive red tape 'is strangling rural revival'. 192
Expert to explain Star Trek research. 333
Express to steam in. 387
FAME BLAME; Huges rallies round Giggs after captain is sent off as woeful Wales fall to defeat. 602
Farmer pleads for help in champion ram row. 292
Fears for brain-damaged man. 116
FEARS FOR MEDIA COMPANY. 188
Ferry best eating spot. 104
Find work. 195
Frantic talks bid to end school violence. 546
Gascoigne: 'I'm ready to return for Blues'. 236
Glorious Goodwill for golden Dwain; Athletics- Chambers Made. 364
Government accused of 'cover-up'. 166
Gresford off mark thanks to Phelan; Halkyn United . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Gresford Athletic . . . . . . . . .1. 90
Handel myth exposed; Local historian discredits tale of composer's visit to Wirral. 644
HEALEY MOAN; Rugby Union. 169
Hewitt's ready to Roddick and roll; US Open Tennis. 299
Hignett puts a dampener on Dragon. 310
Hire young guns; Post Soapbox. 86
HORROR BEHIND EXHUMED BABY; Son's organs crammed inside second casket. 526
Hoylake's Open trophy heads south. 157
I don't want to be their next victim; Welsh woman living in Zimbabwe reveals her fear of raiders. 523
IN BRIEF. 382
Inspectors salute city progress. 169
Is this the end of the line for Iron Age pigs? 669
It's different, but is it really art?; Arts Diary. 170
It's Liverpool 2, Albania 0; ENGLAND . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 ALBANIA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0. 319
Jimmy shoulders responsibility. 365
Judge gives Kilshaws one week to sell their home. 486
LAST DESPERATE ATTEMPT. 278
Leading the way. 95
Lecturer takes the chair at Institute. 197
Liverpool Vision lauded as regeneration pioneers. 416
London market. 288
LONG SERVICE EARNS ACCOLADES FOR MERSEY POLICEMEN. 341
Man paddles across Atlantic. 85
Man's body found in playground. 138
Man, 81, guilty of feud threats. 385
Match delight. 111
McGrath holds Tykes together; Cricket. 408
Murder jury told of gang's man attack boast. 307
My dream has come true with MTV job. 493
N. WALES LOOKS AT HOLIDAY HOME BAN; Planners set to follow English National Park's crackdown on second homes. 678
National round-up - Minister in pledge on home-made education. 176
National round-up. 209
Navy blows up WWI munitions. 99
New red box area set up as crisis grips farming again. 531
NEWLYWEDS TOO LATE FOR HONEYMOON. 202
Newts stop homes plan. 121
No asylum in city flats. 596
No grounds. 185
No need to panic; Mellon urges patience as Tranmere get to grips with new challenge. 539
No to quarry plan. 97
No way out as 'fahrts' haunt our holiday; JUST ANOTHER DAY. 528
Non-smokers 'make the most productive employees'. 253
NORTH WALES RESULTS ROUND-UP. 914
North West worst for unrest. 309
NORWAY . . . . . . . . . . .3 WALES . . . . . . . . . . . . .2. 288
Officer jailed. 84
One Ton Cup provides window on world for Welsh businesses. 389
Overmars blast for Houllier. 453
PAINTER SHOWS NO SIGN OF FLAGGING AS LANDMARK GETS REVAMP. 173
Patchwork cleans up. 193
Plan for 420 new homes. 88
Police in move to reopen firing range. 452
Police legal chief loses suspension appeal case. 213
Portraits, stones and other art; Philip Key Arts Diary. 326
PRICE WORRY; Golf. 165
Princess to open hostel. 100
Private buyer bids for market. 258
Private firms called on to help schools. 419
Problem position; Post Soapbox. 90
Questions for the Welsh. 287
RED TAPE KEEPS TEENAGER OUT OF DRIVING SEAT. 279
Report claims fuel mix-up led to plane crash. 98
Residents block bid for homes. 211
Richard Tudor's Race Diary; AS CREAM OF YACHTSMEN DECLARE COMPETITION 'A FANTASTIC SUCCESS'. 359
Rogers' Assembly HQ hopes dashed. 285
RUGBY LEAGUE. 123
Rural revival scheme aids PO partners. 667
Sales cancellation proves a fresh blow; COUNTRY life. 463
Sales soar as shoppers go on spending spree. 280
Salut Le President!; Blanc faces up to United challenge. 1061
SAME AGAIN; Reds strikers seal win as England go to top of group. 686
Sealand making waves at the top; Clwyd League. 358
Sheppard equals course record. 246
SHILLING A LITRE DAYS UNEARTHED. 200
Shipman inquiry ad move. 165
Shorter wait for ops in the North West. 152
Sixty jobs go as Stoves rebuilds for the future. 209
Sorry for Sander; Post Soapbox. 103
Sporting launch for food scheme. 144
Sue loses valiant cancer battle. 352
Sunshine, sea and sandcastles still a heavenly tradition; PASSING THOUGHTS. 884
Surgeon charged with killing kidney patient. 516
SURGEONS GET GLIMPSE OF THE FUTURE. 216
Survey shows Japanese cars leave rest standing. 328
SUSAN LOUDOUNREID. 111
Switch-on for Wirral's website Transplants unit pleas. 328
Switch-on for Wirral's website. 117
Temmen comes back to Waterloo; Rugby Union. 369
TENNIS. 96
Texan legend opens at Citadel; Arts Diary. 258
The people's language that can be seen but not heard. 1451
The sailing set fall in love with Pwllheli; TOP EVENT PROMOTES WORLD-WIDE TOURISM INTEREST IN REGION. 841
The secret life of Sir Malcolm Sargent - darling of the Proms. 1641
Tourism Board bids to fire imagination with lure of Welsh dragon. 516
Trading places; If a club needs a move to survive, why should the League be able to kick plans into touch? 1423
Tranmere Rovers Reserves . . . . . .3 Burnley Reserves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0. 184
Travel show will target business. 184
TRIPS CLAIM BILL SPIRALS. 416
Truckers grounded; Speeding drivers put 14 lorries off the road. 359
Underground stations set for pounds 6.4m facelift; But urgent steps urged to attract more users. 457
Victim of street attack, 46, dies. 204
Walsh's woe; Injury agony as Wrexham team-mate Thomas shines. 558
Water specialists fly to aid of Greece. 258
Weak sales hit Dixons' shares. 141
WELSH ALLIANCE LEAGUE. 103
Welshpool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Guilsfield . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0. 91
Which country is racist? 219
Why having a baby can still spell disaster for your career; Hannah Stephenson on the pitfalls of juggling motherhood and the workplace. 910
Williams spurs on Holyhead. 200
Woeful Wales plumb depths; NORWAY . . . . . . .3 (R Johnsen 17, Carew 65, F Johnsen 83) WALES . . . . . . . .2 (Savage 10, Bellamy 27). 1079
WOODEN SPOON RIDERS DROP IN ON THEIR CHARITY CHALLENGE. 216
Wrexham R . . . . .2 Birmingham C R .2. 227

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