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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (January 19, 2008)

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2008 debts may force sale of Culture office; Council considers selling Millennium House to help plug pounds 20m shortfall in funding EXCLUSIVE. 625
3,500 held in police blitzes. 152
A DREADFUL MONTH; Seven killed on roads in just four weeks. 805
A home and a cinema; Emma Thompson finds a home with everything. 287
And baby came too; travel ZOE CHAMBERLAIN FINDS AFAMILY-FRIENDLY HOLIDAYINFRANCE'SBEAUTIFUL LOIRE VA LLEY. 690
antiques: I've loved being a Lovejoy; CHRISTOPHER PROUDLOVE TALKS TO A MAN WHO'S PROUD OF BEING THE REAL DEAL. 1315
Appeal for witnesses as thieves steal defibrillator. 295
Are buyers really interested in HIPs? 388
Athletics: IN BRIEF - Chambers could still make return. 92
Autumn start for pounds 130m project. 425
Bay boss confident Cofis are beatable; RUGBY UNION. 342
Big week in league and cup; Everton Supporter VIEW FROM THE STANDS. 283
Boxing: IN BRIEF - Warren warning Khan over risks. 99
Boys are told off more in the class. 219
BRITAIN: Backpacker was brutally killed. 382
BRITAIN: Cameron move over yobs. 169
BRITAIN: Captain praises crew. 684
BRITAIN: Legendary chess champion Fischer dies, 64. 402
BRITAIN: pounds 50m aid for China. 82
British Gas is latest to put up bill. 249
Campaigners may sue council over homes poll leaflet. 438
Clock this. 112
Cornish hospital's Kenya birth aid. 126
country: John Dempsey; John Dempsey on country matters ... 553
Court asked to settle dispute over youth's body. 271
Cricket: Miller replaces Graveney as head of ECB selectors. 682
days out: From saintly cell to historic manor; weekend walk. 844
days out: GOING UP, UP AND AWAY FOR NEW FILM. 266
Deal of the week. 306
Don't forget to stand tall Tim! DANCING ON ICE, ITV1, Sunday, 5.50pm and 8.50pm. 595
Drunken RAF man attacked girlfriend; WALES. 336
Dwynwen yn denu Dewi; PWS, S4C, nos Wener, 9pm. 675
Evidence that city needs more 2008 support. 322
Experiment could stop Strand traffic for an hour. 177
Family tell of their 'beautiful' Jessica. 436
FARMER MISSING AFTER FIRE; Search for man after court orders cattle cull. 80
Fight for independence. 298
food & drink: FOOT LIKE IT USED TO BE; VICTORIAN VALUES PUT A NEW CAFE VENTURE ON THE MAP. 675
food & drink: Hitting the spot; SPOTTED DICK AND CUSTARD (serves four). 719
food & drink: Make the most of the best meal of the day. Recipe 704
food & drink: Rule Britannia; taste test. Restaurant review 941
food & drink: tiny bites. 164
food & drink: wine notes. 310
food & drink: Winter comfort; Forget the salads and weight-watching - at this time of year you need a hearty pudding. Recipe 346
Football: Bangor aiming to get back on track; But Pool stand in way WELSH PREMIER. 584
Football: Blues have the edge in race to Euro spot. 597
Football: City show off new Liverpool loan star; NOTTS CTY v CHESTER TODAY, 3PM. 360
Football: Everton 'lead the way' for top four; Moyes: We have an advantage over the rest of chasing pack. 796
Football: Experience is key to reach top four; Hibbert hopes 2005 memory can help in final reckoning BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE. 983
Football: Formby's Wembley dream. 177
Football: GO FOURTH TO VICTORY; EVERTON TARGET THE CHAMPIONS LEAGUE Hibbert says Blues have the bottle to battle after class of 2005 proved they could hold their nerve. 925
Football: Goodison returns from ban to steady ship. 208
Football: Hackett is forced to ring the changes; WELSH PREMIER. 267
Football: Ince is busy in the market. 191
Football: It may be Mansony; sure BET TAKE A GAMBLE WITH CHRIS WRIGHT. 141
Football: IT'S ALL CHANGE; Little revolution goes a long way as EIGHT new players join charge. 1056
Football: Jeff's back but Juan's for the road; fan SCENE. 312
Football: Keegan reveals his Newcastle masterplan; NEWCASTLE v BOLTON 5.15pm. 649
Football: Keeping strike pair quiet base for away victory; RONNY GOODLASS BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE WIGAN ATHLETIC v EVERTON, TOMORROW, 1.30PM live on Sky Sports 1. 592
Football: Kelly setback is a blow for Rhyl; WELSH PREMIER. 528
Football: Laursen urges caution as Villa eye Europe. 334
Football: Liverpool's Lindfield loaned to Chester. 451
Football: Maamria's clear-out. 169
Football: McFadden left for first-team football as Moyes eyes reinforcements. 475
Football: McFadden set for a challenge. 420
Football: Owen keen to make impact after so long on sidelines. 927
Football: Peters in to boost Tudno's title bid; CYMRU ALLIANCE. 380
Football: Play-off spot in our hands - Finley; UNIBOND LEAGUE. 249
Football: prem ROUND-UP: Blues batteries are recharged. 162
Football: prem ROUND-UP: Happy Ramos. 82
Football: prem ROUND-UP: Hughes hits out. 115
Football: prem ROUND-UP: King Kev lines up Shearer talks. 222
Football: prem ROUND-UP: Playing for pride. 99
Football: prem ROUND-UP: Sven's settled in. 133
Football: prem ROUND-UP: Wenger quiet. 106
Football: Recharged Chelsea are raring to go; BIRMINGHAM v CHELSEA 3pm. 310
Football: Return of Toon Messiah is sure to end in tears; sure BET TAKE A GAMBLE WITH CHRIS WRIGHT. 523
Football: RONNIE' S A FREAK; Coppell in awe of free-scoring winger. 505
Football: Rush urges players to not lose sight of their goals. 557
Football: Scholes could feature in Cup clash; READING v MAN UTD 3pm. 251
Football: Scholes poised for his comeback in Cup. 279
Football: Scottish FA have full list of candidates; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE. 189
Football: Taylor in and Tremarco out at Tranmere. 192
Football: Time to get over our Cup headache; VIEW FROM THE STANDS. 292
Football: Transfer window is closed at United. 277
Football: Upturn in form helped secure Edman; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE. 303
Football: Walcott can reach very top - Wenger; FULHAM v ARSENAL 3pm. 303
Football: WE'RE HERE TO HELP DRAGONS. 227
Football: We're united on the pitch, says Benitez. 656
Football: Wigan revival prompts change of heart. 215
Football: Worthington looks ahead; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE. 82
Football: Zola: We've been our own worst enemy this season; COCA-COLA FOOTBALL LEAGUE ONE MILLWALL v TRANMERE ROVERS, TODAY, 3PM. 779
Friday: Pigion Y DYDD. 226
Friday: What to WATCH. 225
gardening: Keep it simple; Debra Greenhouse finds an easy-care garden needn't be boring. 639
gardening: week in erddig. 397
Get a free valuation; in association with fish4. 85
Golf: Kaymer vows not to ease off in Desert Classic. 389
Gray's in red-hot form. 246
Great views and plethora of loos; in association with fish4 GERALDINE DUTTON LOOKS AT A NEW FAMILY HOME THAT'S SO CONVENIENT. 355
Hain 'didn't break ministers' code over donations'... WALES ...but he still faces standards investigation. 497
health: How I made Coleen lean; ROSEMARY CONLEY REVEALS HER LATEST FITNESS SECRETS. 551
Holocaust talk is a lesson in life for children. 207
Holy place; Kevin Pilley joins the devout on a pilgrimage to Lourdes. 1386
Home failure 'conspiracy' is denied; Inquiry told Edge Lane not desirable. 359
Horrors of the forgotten war; O'R GALON: CYN-FILWYR COREA, S4C, Tuesday, 9pm. English subtitles available. 675
Horse Racing: Pipe hopes Vic can carry burden at heavy Haydock. 603
Horse Racing: Straw's aims for Festival boost. 125
Horse Racing: Twist has to be the pick. 308
HOUSE PARTY; family NO PLACE LIKE HOME FOR YOUR CHILD'S BIRTHDAY. 556
House prices hit by credit fallout. 376
I feel 10 feet tall now I'm captain of my nation; Skipper Jones to live the dream in Grand Slam bid SIX NATIONS COUNTDOWN. 776
IN BRIEF: Chess champion dies at 64. Obituary 87
IN BRIEF: Diarra: Pompey no stepping stone; P'MOUTH v DERBY 3pm. 122
IN BRIEF: Hughes sets his sights on Europe; BLACKBURN v BORO 3pm. 102
IN BRIEF: Keen on Keane; SPURS v S'LAND 3pm. 120
IN BRIEF: Navy laptop goes missing. 87
IN BRIEF: Students are rescued from cave flood. 105
IN BRIEF: Sven's long stay; MAN C V WEST HAM Sun 4pm. 133
India look to end Australia's record-breaking attempt. 135
Instability has given us unity; Rafa hails side's siege mentality. 969
interiors: A return to school for a new home; Jane Gallagher meets the interior designer whose property proved the perfect Christmas present real rooms. 769
INTERNATIONAL: Police staff deal. 123
INTERNATIONAL: Recruits' data theft. 127
Jonny targets a record against Wales; SIX NATIONS COUNTDOWN. 238
late deals; travel. 249
Lawn Tennis: Kohlschreiber late show defeats Roddick. 285
Lawn Tennis: Mauresmo toppled by home favourite. 336
Liverpool men face stabbing charge. 115
LONDON MARKET. 281
Making your move easier; in association with fish4. 135
Man beaten up. 92
Mersey police in protest march. 202
Metquarter sales rise by 13%with increase in tenants. Financial report 202
Missing pensioner's body found in Widnes woodland. 143
MOTIVATION STATION; SIX NATIONS COUNTDOWN. 107
Motor Racing: Hamilton signs five-year deal at McLaren; FORMULA ONE. 227
Mutch to do at Vauxhall. 244
My pride at darts champion partner; World victory a career high. 522
New dogs law. 95
New face of Crimewatch; CRIMEWATCH BBC1, Wednesday 9pm. 609
New glimmer of hope for campaign to save church; Building may be used by the community. 437
Oil company goes green with tree planting project. 235
ONE of the joys of my childhood; family. 651
overheard. 507
PARTY PUERTO; travel LISA SALMON JOINS THE GLITTERATI IN SPAIN'S HOTSPOT. 1050
Pigion Y DYDD. 222
Pigion Y DYDD. 244
Pigion Y DYDD. 235
Pigion Y DYDD. 223
Pigion Y DYDD. 250
plant of the week: Dogwood (Cornus); gardening. 108
PM orders police to put knife thugs before court; Figures show explosion in violent crime. 429
Port hoping for some home comforts; WELSH PREMIER. 280
pounds 503,500 bill for cigarette smuggler; Judge makes confiscation order. 448
pounds 62m hole. 122
Private rescue preferred for Rock. 198
Probe into cancer mix-up. 156
Proud to be a real Lovejoy; antiques. 1092
pubs: Mike Chapple at the bar... 610
PUM MUNUD GYDA ... DEWI LLWYD ... 258
QUESTION TIME ... 10 to test your TV knowledge. 283
Remploy workers in vote for first strike; Fury over plan for closures. 469
ROUND-UP: Ex-champ exits. 91
ROUND-UP: Kaymer canes 'em. 101
ROUND-UP: Lewis nets pounds 50m. 96
ROUND-UP: Roddick beaten in titanic clash. 173
Rugby League: IN BRIEF - Bradford to play six new signings. 83
Rugby Union: Caldy look to build on victory. 370
Rush call for team to ignore rumours. 387
Ryan wants Robins to keep run going; WELSH PREMIER. 276
Six of the best. 934
Snooker: IN BRIEF - Fu goes through. 98
SOAPBOX ... (Week beginning Monday January 21). Medical condition overview 421
Stricken airliner was just seconds from disaster; Jet lost power two miles from runway. 554
Talk Talk provider profits surge by 36%; Earnings rise to pounds 349m. Financial report 355
Talking of culture; culture. 679
The boys who broke records; They almost filled a great stadium. Nowa 60th anniversary reunion is planned for the schoolboy footballers who played in an epic Liverpool final. 1374
The match. 371
THE TERRIBLE FACTS. 160
this week: 10 questions; Mat Cunningham, 21, is general operations manager of Kingdom bar in Liverpool. 116
this week: the essentials. 513
THOUGHT for the WEEK. 153
Thursday: Pigion Y DYDD. 246
Thursday: What to WATCH. 222
Tories to tackle yobs with national citizens service; Scheme in wake of Newlove outcry. 620
travel: late deals. 388
travel: SPAN THE WORLD IN A WEEK; JOSIE CLARKE TAKES IN HONG KONG, NEWZEALAND AND LOS ANGELES IN JUST SEVEN DAYS. 1119
Tributes pour in for British traveller murdered in New Zealand resort. 265
Twist has to be the pick. 284
WALES: Crew break world record for rowing Atlantic Ocean. 259
WALES: Detective denies sexual assault. 170
WALES: I'm obsessed with stripping in public; You could control it, judge tells serial undresser. 612
WALES: LONG ROAD AHEAD; Journey times will be cut but an hour off road trip to Cardiff is up to 15 years away. 523
WALES: Pervert spared prison. 133
WALES: University and hospital to build on research links; 'Big boost for region's NHS services'. 406
WALES: What is OCD? 175
WALES: Woman's body found in house. 108
WALES: Would-be toy sheep stealer fails in bid to cut his sentence. 325
WALS: Birthday party for Urdd's magazine. 147
WALS: Cancer survivor Mike's pounds 41,000 gift of thanks; Alarm star's worldwide fundraising will go on. 446
WALS: Clubber jailed after wounding. 152
WALS: Farmer missing as house blazes; Firefighters tackle the farmhouse blaze near Llanddona Picture: ROBIN FORMSTONE. 310
WALS: Flood warning; Days of heavy rain and strong winds to come as valley residents alerted. 419
WALS: Old mining wealth; did you KNOW? 88
WALS: S4C shows in line for 10 awards at festival. 207
WALS: Saturday THOUGHT. 341
WALS: Snowdonia cheese in the Commons. 157
WALS: Thugs beat and robbed taxi man; Late-night attack on 58-yr-old. 432
WALS: Visions of the Bard; did you KNOW? 141
WALS: Your appeal's hopeless... so 166 cattle die; Herd face slaughter as judge confirms animal-keeping ban. 418
WALS: Youth hostel can be knocked down. 245
Watch the birdie; gardening. 646
What to WATCH. 233
What to WATCH. 241
What to WATCH. 224
What to WATCH. 221
What to WATCH. 229
What's in this for us? culture A new study reveals more than half of Liverpool's young people feel disengaged from Capital of Culture. 569
Wildlife photo show has moved to Ellesmere Port; First time exhibition has left London museum. 480
Y carped - a'r llawr cyfan - ar fin cael eu tynnu dan draed Hywel. 409
YOU SAID IT ... Quotes of the week. 119

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