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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (September 26, 2008)

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'No deal' on Bush bail-out proposal. 171
'RAFA'S IMPROVED ME'. 523
6 THINGS TO DO THIS WEEK ... in association with DOC FICTORIA CACRNARFON. 276
A laughing matter; Mock the Week regular comes to Venue Cymru in association with DOC FICTORIA CACRNARFON. 444
A worthy legacy. 486
Ace Keane excited by derby day. 564
All Weller and good; Andy Welch talks to Paul Weller about turning 50 and his new musical direction. 1146
Athletics: Eirias not too much of shock as opener. 236
Athletics: IN BRIEF - Dobriskey looks to end on high. 98
Athletics: IN BRIEF - Dwain encouraged. 82
Barn to be wild; Freaky farm is big hit days out. 937
Barnesy's relishing Jamaica's qualifiers. 204
Barnett notches up hat-trick; COCA-COLA LEAGUE ONE TRANMERE v COLCHESTER UNITED, TONIGHT, 7.45PM. 148
BOOK IT NOW Keane at Liverpool Echo Arena; theatre. 264
Borough's bid to ban dogs from beaches thrown out; Storm of protest from pet owners. 400
Botanic skills are rewarded; Britain in Bloom prizes for local entries. 422
Boxing: Hatton is quick to laugh off any jibes. 367
Boxing: IN BRIEF - Hatton hits back at rival's jibes. 89
Brown heads for crisis talks at White House. 493
Carter can get winning again. 297
Carter onwards and upwards. 319
CD review. Sound recording review 376
Champagne Bishop toasts 'Back to Church Sunday' Red carpet invitation to join services. 569
Chinese contaminated milk scandal spreads wider. 191
cinema: National treasure given a revamp. 605
Classical. 502
Cole pays for late night. 236
Computer chaos hits air travel. 169
Costly errors typifying Everton's season so far. 497
Coulthard aiming to go out on a high. 204
Coulthard aims to finish on a high; FOCUS ON SINGAPORE GP. 279
Councils unite to fight Everton; Plan opponents set aside pounds 1/4m-plus for battle. 430
Crash driver 'saw police and fled' He'd been reported missing... but cops say they weren't chasing. 495
Cricket: Glam can't halt Warwickshire roll. 311
Cricket: Lancs bat their way to fighting chance; Second Day of Four: Somerset, 202 and 66 for two, lead Lancashire, 248, by 20 runs. 619
Croatia fined for racist chants in England game. 223
DAILY POST YOUR VOICE IN WALES: Cut the ITV dross, not the cream. 392
DAILY POST: Effort needed on health figures. 304
Davies focuses on win not nostalgia; COCA-COLA LEAGUE ONE TRANMERE v COLCHESTER UNITED, TONIGHT, 7.45PM. 247
Driver injured after fleeing from police. 156
Emin's words of love for Cathedral art display; But artist warns about her little perching bird. 593
Flights delayed by faulty computer. 161
Football: 'Harsh words' handed out to players. 548
Football: Atletico rubbish Aguero City link. 276
Football: Canaries and Airbus facing Cup battles. 229
Football: Cash doesn't mean glory insists Fergie. 717
Football: No one guaranteed place - Rowe; WELSH PREMIER. 225
Football: Plenty more to come from Rhyl warns ace Neil; premier NEWS. 501
Football: Richards: City stars were not at races. 411
Football: Unhappy Moss set for talks with Little. 235
Foreign workers to get ID card. 118
FORMER world. 82
Free to make as much mess as we want. 476
Fresh faced feet; NEW DANCERS JOIN DIVERSIONS theatre. 442
Gerrard: Benitez has taken me to the next level. 534
GOLF: Cup team-mates make positive Belfry start. 430
Golf: IN BRIEF - Lyle: I'm hard enough for Ryder. 106
Horse Racing: Trio are disciplined for tactics. 192
HSBC leads rise in home loans. 358
Huge divide in region's health care revealed; Liverpool top rated for emergency treatment - but Wirral among worst. 598
ID cards for resident foreigners. 214
IN BRIEF: Ferguson: United still have appeal. 94
IN BRIEF: Keane asking for patience. 100
IN BRIEF: Major lenders hike rates on mortgages. 118
IN BRIEF: Southgate: Mido can settle here. 96
IN BRIEF: Tests 'wreck memories of school'. 100
Ince hails impact of Blackburn 'old men'. 284
Ince: Tugay my guy. 206
Interview: Dignified tribute to UK troops; Vicky Anderson reports on one artist's campaign to honour British soldiers. 986
Jaguar factory shut for a week. 187
Jamaica excites Barnes. 164
Lescott apology to fans for exit; But defender warns: We can make it up with derby win. 522
Lessons in coping with grief and loss; Gloria Hunniford survived the trauma of her daughter's death with the help of caring friends and strangers. Now she wants to share this wisdom with others. 1216
Letter: A fairer society. 136
Letter: Bovine TB action. 162
Letter: Crisis in the market. 154
Letter: Cut bureaucracy. 290
Letter: Forces life. 217
Letter: Greed is destructive. 213
Letter: Importance of gun control. 241
Letter: Momentum. 80
Letter: Perfect site. 199
Letter: Planet joy. 143
Letter: Poor example. 86
Letter: Pupil mystery. 121
Letter: Work harder to welcome tourists. 183
Lewis not fazed by threat of rain; FOCUS ON SINGAPORE GP. 560
LONDON MARKET. 270
Man accused over sex order. 115
Man watched TV as his mastiff suffered seizure. 216
Manager's reputation and club at all-time low; off the FENCE ON WREXHAM. 443
Manoeuvring back into the limelight; pop. 778
Memories of a chaotic city childhood. 235
Mental health problems. 126
Mersey seaman dies in typhoon; Engineer breaks back in 106mph winds. 394
Microscopic sculpture aids Dalglish appeal. 223
Moore wary of fired-up U's out to impress Symons; Contest takes on different complexion says Rovers manager COCA-COLA LEAGUE ONE TRANMERE v COLCHESTER UNITED, TONIGHT, 7.45PM. 643
Motor Racing: Rain will not dampen Hamilton's enthusiasm. 571
Moyes is left with selection dilemma ahead of the derby. 853
Newly-independent print firm's pounds 1.6m investment. 309
news QUIZ. 102
O'Neill rues Cup miss. 175
OBITUARY: William Woodruff. Obituary 394
Olympian back at school - to lead training session. 258
ON THIS DAY IN ... 106
Opticians look to help. 103
Platini so worried by foreign ownership. 248
plugs & POINTS; in association with fish4. 391
pounds 200,000 gift to help babies; TV actor's donation to Milk Bank charity. 466
QUIZ CHALLENGE. 92
Racing's better in the dark; FOCUS ON SINGAPORE GP. 422
Relief after Home Office shelves bail hostel plans. 196
Rocking tribute boys are back in town; in association with DOC FICTORIA CACRNARFON. 159
Rogue trader scheme's fifth year. 133
RSA shares soar on takeover speculation; Investors pile into stock. 395
Rugby League: Forwards Parker and Bracek make way at Wolves. 308
Rugby Union: Wasps factor; Hoadley appointed to Wales under-20 set up. 589
Saha: Me and Yak can strike fear up front; 208TH MERSEYSIDE DERBY. 537
SEE THIS Eleri Jones, Betws y Coed; theatre. 130
Shoppers switch to cheaper brands. 164
Sir Paul's peace message as Israelis' 43-year wait ends; Fans cheer as ex-Beatle finally delivers. 521
Spanish shooting; Mersey victim 'had been in jail'. 575
SPEAKING WITH THE ENEMY; 208TH MERSEYSIDE DERBY ONE DAY TO GO. 509
SPEAKING WITH THE ENEMY; 208TH MERSEYSIDE DERBY. 873
Spitfire at heart of war display. 200
Stars just killing time; THE BIG PICTURE RIGHTEOUS KILL (15) Starring: Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, Curtis Jackson, John Leguizamo, Donnie Wahlberg. Director: Jon Avnet. Rating: ***. 436
Suicide man's Taser death. 135
Superlamb 'bought for people of Liverpool' Museum to be statue's new home. 521
The hardest plans to make. 122
The Merseyside derby tops lot insists Keane; 208TH MERSEYSIDE DERBY ONE DAY TO GO. 581
The next Stevie G or Carra will be wearing blue; off the FENCE ON LIVERPOOL. 870
THOUGHT for the DAY. 219
TIME OUT: LOOKING BACK. 118
TIME OUT: QUIZ CHALLENGE. 90
Tough Journey; a matter of OPINION in association with fish4. 984
Twin threat; Saha predicts fruitful partnership with Yak. 917
Venables snub for Magpies. 180
Venables turns down Newcastle approach; 208TH MERSEYSIDE DERBY. 246
VIEW POINT: ALTERNATIVELY SPEAKING. 539
WALES: 'Huge concern' at ITV go-ahead for cuts in Wales. 427
WALES: 19-year-old found dead by waterfall; 'This is an absolute mystery... it did not look as if he'd fallen'. 677
WALES: 500-mile ride for diabetes research. 231
WALES: Aussie Paralympian boost. 164
WALES: Campaign to halt parliament for Wales. 236
WALES: Carer jailed for sex abuse of vulnerable young woman; 'Gross and persistent breach of trust'. 384
WALES: Convenient relief for shoppers at new centre. 227
WALES: Culture Olympiad lights up 'Power of Flame' in Wales. 513
WALES: Cutting risk of floods. 80
WALES: Digging up our history. 88
WALES: FIRM KICKS IN TO HELP BOOTS FOR AFRICA APPEAL. 281
WALES: Forum looks for new members. 159
WALES: Hanging in town blighted by suicide. 182
WALES: Home heat saving alert. 104
WALES: Hospital hosts big coffee morning. 151
WALES: How I lost over 9st in a year; Fears she wouldn't fit in MRI scanner drove mum to slim from size 26 to 10. 382
WALES: Isolated, lonely and no support; POPULAT ION TIMEBOMB AS MORE OF US LIVE LONGER, A BLEAK VISION OF FUTURE. 660
WALES: It's only down to chance that your punch didn't kill; Bar attack broke cheekbone and eye socket. 380
WALES: Jail for man with hundreds of images. 203
WALES: Kindness repaid with stab attack. 251
WALES: pounds 4m wood fuel plant 'to power 10,000 homes' Pioneering scheme 'puts Wales on map'... and brings more jobs. 397
WALES: Rhymetime at the libraries. 87
WALES: Second careers to help retirement. 123
WALES: Tesco tills make bilingual switch; Welsh option now at all self-service checkouts in Wales. 386
WALES: They told us to take down our Welsh dragons1. 218
WALES: Vicar is jailed for child porn images. 249
WALES: Walk into the past. 100
WALES: You'll never know how your son died; Parents told grim truth over mystery crash. 404
Watchdog asks: Are big stores sharing price information? 152
Water firm attacked for lack of fire help. 204
WE'LL REPAY BLUES FANS; Lescott vows to make up for exit with derby win. 374
Why would anybody want to lead Labour to an electoral drubbing? 678
Young writers urged to compete for prestigious Athenaeum award. 291
Youngsters getting costlier. 135

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