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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (May 29, 2008)

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'Green' bags award. 113
'Psycho' slasher arrested in city. 144
'Untouchable' gangland enforcer jailed for life; Ruthless killers face total of 61 years in prison. 455
10 brilliant buys from Liverpool One; Emma Johnson inspires you to shop until you drop. 237
50 for fun; POST PUZZLER. 1311
A share price; BLUE WATCH. 190
Adios Alonso; Juve had your time Xabi as Ag begs Barry not to leave. 546
Alice scales new heights to take high jump title. 448
Alonso resigned to end of Anfield career; Agent suspects Liverpool ready to sell ahead of meeting with Juventus. 548
American dream for England as Gerrard hails character of captain. 653
An ideal role for those with a passion for travel; in association with publicjobswales.co.uk. 554
Annual earnings down for British Energy; In association with BUSINESS ...VENTURE. 184
Armstrong edges gold in sprint thriller. 451
Art exhibition of a lifetime; CULTURE YEAR HIGHLIGHT GUSTAV KLIMT Tate's Klimt show may never be repeated. 547
Banking hall transformed into creative studio space. 474
Bishop under attack over climate remarks. 209
Blues are braced for stadium decision. 287
Bradley's steady - but is he ready? FRIENDLY INETRNATIONAL. 308
Breeder honoured at show. 260
By invitation only. 396
Casual pleases in work-out but Derby bid undecided; RACING. 463
Chair is full of symbols; FARM & COUNTRY. 216
Chester are admirers of the Fleet. 284
City jammed as hackney cabs take to streets in protest. 411
Cream of region's pounds 1.2bn tourism industry honoured; World's eyes focused on Liverpool, audience told. 699
Cricket: Rain rescues Lancs from Roses landslide. 607
Cricket: Revamp meeting will take on 20 questions. 291
Cricket: Yorkshire robbed of a crucial home tie. 448
Cultural delights; MARK THOMAS TRUST THE POST. 464
Davies set for Derby as star rejects deal. 429
Discover Leisure report jump in caravan sales. 274
Disease concerns for show season; Organisers warned of bluetongue virus risks. 587
Don't switch it off; As a consultation starts to gather television viewers' opinion, Nick Morris of the Institute of Welsh Affairs asks what is the future of broadcasting in Wales?; WHAT'S THE FUTURE FOR WELSH BROAD CASTING ? 591
Ease your conscience but keep your style; Gabrielle Fagan shows it is possible to have a cool home without compromising your eco credentials design. 1168
Eisteddfod brings back memories. 575
Evans earns Toshack plaudits. 138
Fab hails England's progress; INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLY. 167
Fabio's broken English. 188
Family appeal on lost camper. 95
Famous horse breeder honoured. 280
Farmers cream in the cash. 90
Finland exchange; out and ABOUT. 80
Football: A week late, but JT buries penalty miss; ENGLAND CANTER TO USA VICTORY. 870
Football: Keane can play Totti role says Trapattoni; INTERNATIONAL FOOTBALL. 260
Football: Osian takes charge but search is on; WELSH PREMIER WELSH FOOTBALL. 343
Football: Super Ched to the rescue; Dream debut for Evans as U21 star scores with his first touch to save Tosh's Wales from a drab draw TOSH'S YOUNG GUNS GO FOR IT IN ICELAND WELSH FOOTBALL. 933
Foreign owners? We can't say no; BLUE WATCH. 332
Four options for EC LFA proposals. 201
Free opera show in open air; Culture Diary. 206
Gangster made calls to blackmail security company from his prison cell. 268
Get a taste for Urban Decay; happening. 112
Golf: 2010 Cup course is opened. 410
Golf: Harri putter; Pad's happy at Celtic course. 597
Golf: Patience key as Harrington eyes majors. 361
Guilty of murder. 321
Gunning for record. 93
Hospital's local cure. 109
Hospitals strike fear. 115
ICE N' EASY; Reykjavik victory is Evans sent INTERNATIONAL FRIENDLY. 116
IN BRIEF: Ashton may stay; FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL. 83
IN BRIEF: Inter stay silent on Mancini future; FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL. 83
IN BRIEF: McBride set to go back to USA; FRIENDLY INTERNATIONAL. 96
IN BRIEF: Ochoa pulls out. 90
IN BRIEF: Simpson-Daniel is player of year. 84
IN BRIEF: Symonds: Piquet needs to believe. 93
Join Peaches by going green; happening. 118
KEY Events; Culture Diary THE ARTS EDITOR'S PICK OF THE DAY. 185
Laura Ashley profits on track; In association with BUSINESS ...VENTURE. 181
Lawn Tennis: Murray proves he can play on clay. 315
LEISURE TIME: news QUIZ. 92
LEISURE TIME: QUIZ CHALLENGE. 85
Letter: A sad and lonely land. 298
Letter: Border control. 134
Letter: Give drivers a break. 90
Letter: Give drivers a fuel tax break. 203
Letter: Help motorists. 201
Letter: Hollow victory. 116
Letter: Labour not listening. 111
Letter: Lack of workers. 85
Letter: Lacking Welsh. 327
Letter: Living apart. 106
Letter: Lousy performance. 197
Letter: No one-off shops. 157
Letter: Rubbish collections. 174
Letter: Waste of paper. 130
LFC gives backing to fans' team. 195
Lidl by Lidl, shoppers switch to the discount supermarkets. 372
LIVER POOL DAILY POST: A time for city to feel proud; An independent newspaper Established in 1855. 306
Living it up with... Pat Cash, 43, 1987 Wimbledon Champion. 310
LONDON MARKET; In association with BUSINESS ...VENTURE. 292
Longest catwalk heralds opening; LIVERPOOL ONE LAUNCHED A GREAT DAY FOR CITY. 282
Look beyond the bling to see some of Klimt's greatest artworks; CULTURE YEAR HIGHLIGHT GUSTAV KLIMT. 456
Look to the future with a blast from the past; fashion. 511
Money back offer to irate McCartney ticket buyers; Top-priced seats mixed with the rest. 462
Mother's relief as band of brothers returns from Iraq. 365
Moving to organic paying off; Farmers open day to show the way. 360
Murray in a hurry to show wind of change; FRENCH OPEN TENNIS. 809
Nadal keeps on going fourth in bid to equal Borg. 460
New Airbus order. 99
O'Connor: 'Devastated' Vikings will hit back; RUGBY LEAGUE. 307
OBITUARY: Dick Martin. Obituary 386
ON THIS DAY IN ... 110
Open season; Celebrating best of British farming. 515
OPINION: Don't hold back during slowdown . . . if you think you're doomed, then you are doomed. 304
Our retail therapy now much closer to hand; happening Fashion Victim. 509
Park attack inquiry. 93
PM's fuel tax review. 100
Police appeal for man facing charges on 24 counts of fraud. 155
Police seek CCTV witness to help in hunt for killer. 264
pounds 73bn nuclear clear-up costs. 411
Princess opens new museum and gallery; Collections go on display. 354
Profits forecast. 121
Property company to axe 30 more jobs; Credit crunch blamed for cuts. 301
Queiroz blasts Spanish nation. 391
Queiroz crazy over Ronaldo. 148
Rock 'n' roll legends on course for the Philharmonic; Culture Diary. 309
Royal to rule at Sandown. 300
Royal to rule at sandown. 345
Rugby League: Agar in coup to recruit roker. 195
Rugby League: Now time to seize chance, Andrew tells Hodgson. 763
Rugby Union: Boks spring several surprises for Wales. 533
Rugby Union: Irish boss calls for squad to show grit. 227
School that was promised rebuild now faces closure. 406
Scots are fatigued; ENGLAND. 98
Scouse humour for every occasion; Culture Diary COMEDY Liverpool Comedy Festival/ Best of Liverpool Night/ Royal Court Funnymen out in force Liverpool 08 EUROPEAN CAPITAL OF CULTURE. 400
Shankly Show goes to Scotland. 169
Sharing suite dreams; in association with fish4jobs Michelle Rushton meets DANIEL SHERATTE, events director, Knowsley Hall. 441
Siblings extend impressive livestock record. 204
Sign of the times for young farmers helping to boost rally. 193
Similar sackings. 228
Sir Paul to back Stella as she unveils collection at LIPA catwalk spectacular. 247
Special partnership of three men played crucial role in the inception, negotiation and delivery of a great vision for Liverpool - which saw a dream come true; LIVERPOOL ONE LAUNCHED A GREAT DAY FOR CITY. 715
Speedy clinches Carillion sale deal; In association with BUSINESS ...VENTURE Mersey firm in pounds 11m agreement. 356
Student killing: family fight on as suspect jailed. 297
Talented youngsters show off their skills. 309
Teenager locked up after gun attack. 198
Terry gets comfort as Gerrard shines; FRIENDLY INETRNATIONAL. 955
THE DAILY POST & YOU. 134
The vanishing lake; VILLAGERS' FURY AS EWE HAS TO BE RESCUED FROM 3FT OF MUD. 534
THOUGHT for the DAY. 190
TIME OUT: QUIZ CHALLENGE. 85
Topps on track for 10 more stores. 188
Treble target. 88
Trough is peak of design. 183
Trusts beaver away for sites. 96
Union can steal many things but it won't get excitement. 502
VIEWPOINT: MY SHOUT. 483
WALES: 'Alice hotel' demolition confirmed. 303
WALES: Building giant blames crunch for 30 job cuts. 430
WALES: Crime falls but network sees 240 attacks. 292
WALES: Dog survives 25ft fall from this window; Akita breaks leg and pelvis in plunge. 304
WALES: Driver on his third phone call offence. 163
WALES: Early help for dyslexia. 175
WALES: Farmer's gorse cutting costs pounds 10,000. 307
WALES: Funeral date for popular Kyle, 18. 163
WALES: I won't let lung disease ruin my soccer dream; Top award for teen with cystic fibrosis. 442
WALES: Jailed for fourth drink drive offence. 163
WALES: Jewellery thief posed as woman cop for burglary; Partner timed call to distract owner. 451
WALES: New plea for a mum for little Celt. 183
WALES: Paralympic gain. 81
WALES: Pharmacist accused over wrong drugs. 236
WALES: Princess Royal praises green credentials of new skills centre. 176
WALES: Public may foot he bill for green eisteddfod; ORGANISERS CONSIDER PARKING CHARGES TO LESSEN ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT. 718
WALES: Refunds as opera show is cancelled. 165
WALES: Rugby cup tickets still on sale. 112
WALES: Sawn-off shotgun allegation dropped. 280
WALES: She just didn't want to suffer any more; 84-yr-old was ill for years SUICIDE VERDICT IN ENYD INQUEST. 460
WALES: Six-figure cash pot to upgrade stations. 364
WALES: Station death inquest. 98
WALES: Student's dramatic success. 237
WALES: The Osmonds give their support to children's hospital. 261
WALES: Volunteers awarded for their efforts. 201
WALES: Welsh schools in science rap; Drive to lift teaching standards urged. 535
wALES: Young chefs' kitchen lesson. 191
We cannot afford to drop science; DAILY POST YOUR VOICE IN WALES. 407
Welcome to Paradise; Historic day for city as pounds 1bn scheme opens. 766
What's your bottom line? Most of us keep our underwear under wraps, but it's time to go for some stylish smalls. cool. 930
Wyness reveals stadium concerns. 286
Yorke is left out by Soca Warriors; ENGLAND. 215
Your guide to our new shopping mecca; It has been a long time coming - now, as Liverpool One's first phase opens its doors today, Emma Johnson gives you an A-Z guide to Europe's biggest retail and leisure development interiors. 958

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