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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (May 23, 2006)

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'Fat tests' for youngsters in schools health drive. 538
'Gold chain bid' to hinder murder probe. 322
'Weak' laws warning over car jobs. 164
25,000 foiled by CRB checks. 391
A million reasons for Eisteddfod to thank US donors. 376
A valanche risk foils Everest bid; Team leader to decide on assault for the top. 443
Agreement sets scene for UK withdrawal from Iraq. 650
Alliance & Leicester targeted. 177
Amec agrees sale of SPIE. 115
Anfield stages golf night. 181
Athletics: Hicham quits; Sport ROUND-UP. 80
Athletics: IN BRIEF - Yelling weighs up steeplechase. 82
Athletics: N.WALES TRACK & FIELD CHAMPIONSHIPS RESULTS. 607
Athletics: Wrexham ace Mills is now right on track. 297
Attacked on his way to school. 143
Authority launches interactive TV service. 206
Behind scenes at Chirk Castle. 148
Boxing: Beaten MacDonald just glad to be back in action. 392
Boxing: Harrison's hope; Sport ROUND-UP. 88
Boxing: IN BRIEF - Maloney confident of Harrison return. 84
Bus fall girl still critical. 131
But don't you know who I am? 93
Cameras to spy on the fly-tippers; N.Wales council's war on dumping. 335
CAPITAL EYE. 486
Carroll climbs above rivals. 261
Celebrity day at damp Chelsea Flower Show. 327
Cerys plays july fringe festival. 113
Charity leads poor housing investigation. 134
Charles promotes alternative healthcare for Alzheimer's. 216
Cheshire pair shine as England score big win. 549
Company's cancer charity credit card raises pounds 1m-plus. 160
Covert cameras to catch tippers. 93
Crackdown on World Cup abuse. 211
Cricket: Colly no longer a one-day wonder; England all-rounder stands up to Test. 637
Cricket: Dismal weather ruins Cheshire's cup chances. 261
Cricket: England's Mr Consistency enjoys growing influence. 813
Cricket: Flip of a coin may decide Knock-out winners. 229
Cricket: Glam boss will not risk Kiwi Franklin. 368
Cricket: Newtown just tops. 166
Cycling: Walsh in command. 121
DAILYPOST YOUR VOICE IN WALES: The police merger is the fraud. 395
Dairy cashes in on best milk to whip up a cappuccino. 395
DAVID CHARTERS. 823
Delay could threaten Euro cash for LFC stadium. 312
Doctor flung from her stolen car. 258
Dowie is warned off a switch to Charlton. 529
Dozens flee poison fumes at gym. 268
Eggstravagance is a pounds 59 dish. 110
Elton TV rejection. 89
End in sight for soldiers in Iraq; Blair agrees to a phased withdrawal. 380
Ex-Anfield midfielder in Chester talks. 280
Fear of cowboys sells policies. 180
Feed Back: LAST week, we asked: Does the British car industry have a future? 261
Ferry is damaged by winds. 115
Film to study Lawrence of Arabia in London. 220
Firm's shock closure. 96
Firms and schools on shortlist. 229
flashBACK: The day our lad met Miss World. 103
football ROUND-UP: Gunners 'sign' Czech Rosicky. 90
Football: Beckham's the best man to lead us - Terry. 198
Football: Bilbao experience will make our boys mentally tougher, says captain Giggs; FOCUS ON WALES' SPANISH SOJOURN. 992
Football: Butt chance. 154
Football: Captain Giggs: Boy wonders can lead Wales to Euro glory. 232
Football: Dragons to host Liverpool in pre-season fixture. 343
Football: Football fan near to collapse over Shields. 433
Football: IN BRIEF - Butt and Bowyer still on Tyneside. 103
Football: IN BRIEF - City taking Hart from Shrewsbury. 82
Football: IN BRIEF - Wise and Poyet lacing up boots. 94
Football: Linnets lose assistant. 90
Football: Morientes could be too much for Betis. 508
Football: Morientes' demands to sink Betis. 368
Football: Neville is ready for final fling; POST SPORT FOCUS ON THE WORLD CUP. 263
Football: Nyatanga revels in football education. 481
Football: PALACE WANT pounds 10 AM FOR AJ; Blues' Johnson hopes hit by massive fee. 474
Football: Phil has the world at his feet (again); POST SPORT FOCUS ON THE WORLD CUP Eriksson puts star on stand-by. 467
Football: Phil Neville called into England standby squad after Reo-Coker injury. 294
Football: pounds 10m price tag hits move for Johnson; Crystal Palace chief's valuation will push Everton budget to the limit. 583
Football: Rooney tells Sven: I'll be ready to go; POST SPORT FOCUS ON THE WORLD CUP. 278
Football: Rooney: I will be fit for World Cup; Striker upbeat about chances of being ready to take part in Germany. 519
Football: Ruud: I don't under stand why I was ditched by Fergie. 524
Football: Sir Bobby Charlton fears for Walcott's future after spotlight. 226
Football: Striker foxed by United snub. 235
Football: Tosh: Wales need to be more skilful; FOCUS ON WALES' SPANISH SOJOURN. 406
Football: Veteran preparing for another penalty drama. 564
Four new clubs seek to join Mid-Cheshire league. 371
Fraud squad axed to save police cash; More focus on seizing assets from criminals. 360
Gay pair abused fostered children. 255
Gazumping may force relocation; Firm 'elbowed out' by local authority. 440
Geldof honoured. 100
Golf: Adam's hat-trick; Runcie wins another title. 290
Golf: Becky claims place in Tour's top ten. 278
Golf: Bjorn finally breaks his Irish bogey. 392
Golf: Bjorn's luck at the Irish sparks Ryder Cup hope. 781
Golf: Charlie out to match son's win. 293
Golf: New drive aiming to leave Tiger in shade; Melanie's challenge is to find stars to get us talking. 1044
Golf: RESULTS FROM AROUND THE CLUBS. 913
Golf: Tottey secures victory; ALLIANCE. 133
Gurkha vets demand equal pensions. 161
Hall claims hat-trick of wins at Poulton Park to lift Dorian Trophy again; JUNIOR SPOTLIGHT. 220
Happy ending for opera dog Barney; Pet lovers offer stray new home. 433
Henshaw's right-hand man joins council exodus; BY SAM LISTER Daily Post Staff. 597
Horse racing: All systems go as French star has Derby in sights. 612
Horse racing: New-look Ascot set to open its doors. 191
Housing hell video diary is screened. 209
Ignore takeover rumours, Alliance warns workforce. 404
It's a washout. 478
John Lennon letters expected to fetch pounds 30,000 at auction. 248
John's stereo meant he never heard car; Warning over death of cyclist. 401
Judge shouts down Saddam in new session of trial. 555
Keith is captain at Irby. 111
Lady Captain bows out at Hurlston with farewell event. 208
Lancashire young guns get off to winning start. 370
Lecturers hit with big pay cut threat. 491
Letter: Beat the ID scam. 102
Letter: Care for carers. 163
Letter: Going digital made easy. 171
Letter: High flyers. 121
Letter: Keep it local. 163
Letter: POST SOAPBOX - Crouching tiger. 113
Letter: POST SOAPBOX - Gong for Gerrard. 97
Letter: POST SOAPBOX - No substance. 121
Letter: Wales left high and dry. 154
Lifeboat's 150-mile rescue. 113
LONDON MARKET. 274
Merseytravel announces second railway station to get pounds 4m facelift. 263
Missile defence plan. 205
Motor Racing: IN BRIEF - Briatore: F1 fans deserve better. 92
Museum death fall man faced ecstasy charges; EXCLUSIVE Keep your hat handy, Camilla, there's still plenty more rain up there Parents say graduate in city tragedy had vowed to put drugs behind him. 477
National bomb hoaxer jailed. 202
News QUIZ. 102
Number's up for the North-South divide. 373
OBITUARY. 369
Old boy pays flying visit to his former school. 285
ON THIS DAY IN. 122
Osprey delivers a third chick. 188
OVER TO YOU: notice BOARD. 381
Parry power seals tour triumph; TAMSEL TOUR Withington. 673
Port of Liverpool owners dismiss report which claims pounds 80m expansion plan will not be needed before 2020. 312
Port rail link threatened by government red tape. 546
Pub chain plans to tap in to World Cup; Firm spends millions on revamping properties. 376
Quick reply pays off. 112
QUIZ CHALLENGE. 80
Racing: Flavio's warning; Sport ROUND-UP. 109
Rain record set to fall. 81
Ramsdale leads way. 124
Rapist loses in bid for freedom. 261
Results from Eisteddfod MOn 2006. 543
Ringo braves the weather to get ahead in the gardening stakes. 362
Roman centre step closer; Chester waits for verdict on whether it can develop new attraction at amphitheatre. 483
Rugby League: Consistent Talau rewarded with new deal. 202
Rugby League: Dragons fearful of 'awesome' St Helens. 602
Rugby Union: Phillips' delight; Jenks names Rowland as 'final piece of jigsaw'. 624
Sailing: Wallasey sail to victory. 186
School's inclusive scheme is first class, say experts; Pioneering project could go nationwide. 615
Should students suffer over lecturers' dispute? Undergraduates are facing a final year dilemma. Deborah James reports. 305
Signs of revival at radio group. 230
Silly me, hoping I'd find eternal salvation on my hols in Provence. 686
Social Diary; A week in the nightlife of the North West. 367
Special school is under siege by hooded youths; Yobs cause damage while running riot. 388
Stabbed to death over theft. 234
Star names pushed out of the limelight at airports; Officials snub celebrity titles amid safety fears. 640
Stock exchange's former suitors plan a marriage of convenience. 174
Storm over exam blunder. 260
Stranded motorists get hi-vis treatment. 198
Strong local challenge to test Johnson's defence. 749
Students used as 'pawns' in pay dispute, says guild. 404
Surprise as Shacklady falters. 81
Surrounded by architectural glories; Make the most of the buildings around you as they are among the best in Britain, the author of a new definitive guide tells Peter Elson. 1794
Tennis: Henman: I contemplated retirement from game. 246
Tennis: I was close to quitting-Tim; Sport ROUND-UP. 147
Tension rises over independence poll. 156
THE DEBATE: Should students suffer over lecturers' dispute? Undergraduates are facing a final year dilemma. Deborah James reports. 309
THE DEBATE: THE POST FORUM. 222
THE DEBATE: Top-up fees were introduced to fund pay rises; YES Dr John Fry, President, Liverpool Association of University Teachers. 368
THEATRE REVIEW Anything Goes/ Liverpool Empire. 394
This is too much of a good thing. 172
This tiny tortoise last hope of its species. 228
Thought for the DAY. 223
Tories demanding answers to dental crisis. 220
Town high on list for murder. 432
Two men linked to tragedy. 118
UK failed tortured asylum seekers. 242
uk NEWS: Hundreds flee from prisons. 117
uk NEWS: Teen arrested. 123
Unions fighting modern slavery. 284
Unpopular decisions; OUR MAN IN WESTMINSTER. 441
US-led air raid kills up to 80 Taliban and 16 civilians; Rebel base in Afghan village bombed. 443
Victorian medical drama is to revive old infirmary; Once again, the first choice for period drama is Liverpool. Alan Weston reports. 659
Villagers relaunch bid to save pub. 265
Viva !: EAT WELL... STAY WELL. 752
Wales lags in mobile world; Lifestyle revolution slow to take hold. 475
Who are they ... and what are they doing today? 454
Why couldn't UK pay up for Ken's freedom? Bigley widow in storm over Iraqi ransom fees. 570
Why too much of this can cost you your life; DESPITE THE OBVIOUS HEALTH RISKS, WE'RE STILL EATING FAR TOO MUCH SALT... AND MOST OF US DON'T EVENT KNOW WE'RE DOING IT. 909
Wilcock weathers testing challenge; EXCEL TOUR. 177
Your stars. 717
Your week ahead. 774

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