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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (March 24, 2009)

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'Beating Wales made it even better' DAILY POST RUGBY IN ASSOCIATION WITH ARRIVA. Editorial 263
'Cowardly' murderer given life sentence; Family label sentence 'pathetic'. 304
'Inflation basket' betrays UK's changing tastes. 234
A touch of springtime food inspiration; Food & drink. 285
Actress buried in private ceremony. 146
AIRBUS TO AXE 250 JOBS; Cutbacks at wing factory as orders fall. 411
Alder's cup run ends in penalty heartbreak. 657
All right? I have a bruised bottom, sagging spirits and wet trousers. 759
April funeral arranged for tragic Jade. 227
Assisted death law change urged; MPs promised free vote on action to help terminally ill. 470
Athletics: Ace Jones in another national title win. 639
Baines: I feared for Blues future. 552
Balance of title race has swung in Reds' favour. 618
Bangor signs scholarship agreement with bank. 239
Bank on PO proposal. 100
Banksy imitator brings art to streets. 92
Benefits cheat jailed for nine months after four years of theft. 236
Blues defence impressing in high places. 218
Bondholders unhappy with GM rescue plan. 292
Boxing: Olympian Price wary of taunts from Tyson. 507
britain ROUND-UP: Eczema up. 84
britain ROUND-UP: Strike ballot. 85
Buddhism explained. 86
Capello approach benefits Baines. 219
Character's in demand ahead of National bid. 626
Chelsea repeat is a 'horrible' draw for both clubs. 198
City boss now says he'll stay. 160
City parents learn art of turning into 'super heroes; Schools pilot scheme to be extended. 425
Classical show returns to Arena. 92
Co-owner may sell hockey franchise. 204
Comeback on cards for Ballet. 87
Cricket: Bopara's backing IPL plan. 304
Cricket: England still in frame to rescue IPL tournament. 475
Cycling: Armstrong breaks his collarbone. 190
DAILY POST YOUR VOICE IN WALES: Airbus jobs blow piles on misery. Editorial 370
Date set for Jade's funeral farewell. 148
Desperate housewives sought. 83
Divorce specialist Carole Atkinson on the impact of turbulent asset values; OPINION. 208
Early start for Everton faithful as precious semi-final tickets go on sale to most loyal. 239
Eczema cases rise set to continue. 125
Education chief quits as colleges wait for cash; Sort out the funding chaos, resort MP urges. 431
Energy price crackdown 'does not go far enough'. 194
England's Law looks forward to Scotland trip. 110
Everton fans warned off 'immoral' ticket tout sites; Websites advertising seats at 13 times face value. 506
Everybody's watching us; Carragher says Reds' awesome run of form is making their title rivals sit up and take notice LIVERPOOL IN HUNT FOR LEAGUE CROWN. 957
EweTube sensation; WALES LED SHEEP ARE WEB SMASH. 327
Excellent victory extends fine run; EVERTON ACADEMY FOOTBALL. 323
Family victims of plane horror. 136
Film and art united as theatre pair tackle lack of diversity in British cinema. 171
Flying the flag. 224
Football stars back Bulger House appeal; Anti-bullying campaign wins key support. 544
Football: A sickening blow for dying play-off hopes. 764
Football: Bay boss to shake things up; UNIOBOND LEAGUE. 275
Football: City aiming to go fourth; WELSH PREMIER. 210
Football: Experienced midfielder Bari Morgan. 81
Football: Fran fires double to stun H&B; AMATEUR FOOTBALL. 236
Football: Rivals in relegation battle; WELSH PREMIER. 206
Former Lancs star Law joins rivals Derbyshire. 259
Fresh hope in battle over care home fee cuts plan; Owners welcome finance decision delay. 392
Gallery exhibition brings artistic order to Chaos theory; ARTS DIARY. 177
Gascoigne let down by associates, insists Taylor. 301
Germans prefer a mobile to a partner. 123
Gillett may sell ice hockey franchise to shore up LFC stake. 526
Golf: Clubs look at ways to beat the credit crunch. 967
Golf: Dougherty offers help to the next generation. 325
Golf: Houston in a late rally in Madeira; IN ASSOCIATION WITH HENLLYS GOLF CLUB ANGLESEY. 636
Golf: Jones is heading on tour stateside. 248
Golf: Mackay inspired by de Vicenzo. 263
Golf: Matthew keeps on winning; N.WALES ALLIANCE IN ASSOCIATION WITH HENLLYS GOLF CLUB ANGLESEY. 164
Golf: Stars flock to join field for Leveret Trophy. 489
Golf: Waring and Slattery look to find form. 381
Greek god creates Panic at the theatre; ARTS DIARY. 524
GWYNEDD; DINING DIRECTORY Food & drink. Directory 253
Harrison's strike clinches first silverware of season. 409
Hart isn't leaving us says Sparky. 299
Higgins primed for victory. 314
Horse Racing: Knight in good shaper ahead of fifth Lincoln run. 345
Housing problem. 105
Human leg found on farmland. 167
Hung jury verdicts double in two years. 196
Ideal Shopping shares plunge. 178
IN BRIEF: Anelka is set to miss Anfield date. 95
IN BRIEF: Boat tragedy. 101
IN BRIEF: Brain knows an accident is coming. 92
IN BRIEF: Harewood loan. 83
IN BRIEF: Olympics hope. 81
IN BRIEF: Togo or not to go for Adebayor. 84
In-form Liverpool believe they can end. 511
Is this really Blair? 421
Jaguar owner launches world's cheapest car. 238
Jet order blow leads to Airbus job cuts; 250 staff to go at wings plant. 527
Kirwans defends political unit after Noorani defeat. 407
Lawn Tennis: Murray's wary of ace Rafa. 289
Lawn Tennis: Nadal is headache for Scot. 193
Legal aid cuts put vulnerable families at risk, shadow minister warned. 212
LEISURE TIME: news QUIZ. 148
Letter: Campaign. 95
Letter: Confusion is bad for your health. 147
Letter: Expenses cut. 237
Letter: Free market has failed our town. 167
Letter: Litter patrol. 157
Letter: Pointless exercise. 98
Letter: Selfish. 104
Letter: Time for action. 266
Letter: Truly independent. 153
LFC memento pair admit guilt. 171
Lifeboat appeal is halfway to pounds 2m target; New craft now priority for RNLI. 521
LIVERPOOL DAILY POST: Website woes for true Blue fans. Editorial 330
Liverpool getting into title swing; Benitez's men have mental resolve, says Carragher. 1152
Liverpool market offers hope at fledgling surveying consultancy. 181
Livestock sector at 'tipping point' Numbers of sheep, pigs and cattle fall in Wales FARM & COUNTRY. 473
Log on to www.liverpooldailypost.co.uk. 107
LONDON MARKET. 247
Man beaten to death by gang. 158
Markets surge as US unveils plan. 126
Masked gang targets clubs. 113
Monti is hero in shoot-out. 327
Motor Racing: Hamilton says he's driven by glory not F1 money; FORMULA ONE. 700
MP faces inquiry over home expenses. 280
Murder charge. 128
My bid to make it as elite chef; Stephen is shortlisted for prestigious Roux Scholarship for the third time Food & drink. 498
New footbridge could provide answer to safety fears. 225
New Law Society awards revealed. 122
NEWS FROM AROUND THE CLUBS; IN ASSOCIATION WITH HENLLYS GOLF CLUB ANGLESEY tapgolf@hotmail.com. 550
No extra ban for Rooney. 164
Obama's plan boosts markets. 167
OBITUARY. Obituary 382
ON THIS DAY IN ... 196
Out of touch. 154
Packed events calendar deters 'hangover' effect; City's cultural programme revealed. Calendar 548
Parents in dark about school activities. 263
Pick of the day; THE ARTS EDITOR'S PICK OF THE DAY ARTS DIARY. 169
Pickup's crucial goal books final place for Poulton. 542
Pilgrim Pope urges hope for a closer world. 164
Plane crash kills two. 113
Poets' son, 46, killed himself. 149
Police fear missing chef was abducted; Dad's plea for her to get in touch. 415
Police tackle nuisance bikers. 96
Possessions linked to Oscar Wilde come up for auction. 242
Proud Baines buoyed by change in fortune. 547
Pub assault man left critical. 112
Qualifiers for Urdd National Eisteddfod; WALES. 343
Raiders targe lozenge couple. 145
Redraw shares on the up as Morgan gets on board; City investors back change at housebuilder. 423
Rescue plan for stranded whales. 80
Riera: United can feel heat. 185
round UP: weird NEWS; Lamb stars FARM & COUNTRY. 115
Rugby League: Saints clash will go ahead despite Walker's death. 323
Rugby Union: Hero of 1948 Kyle delighted at Ireland win. 169
Save our courses, MPs urged; Committee hears of fears over possible closures. 458
Search is on for 'elephant angel'. 184
SHANE WILLIAMS; DAILY POST RUGBY IN ASSOCIATION WITH ARRIVA. Editorial 88
Shares go up as Morgan returns. 360
Shops at risk as rent bills due. 90
Sir Paul rocks the crowd at London film premiere. 167
Sleaze watchdog to probe MP's expense claims; CALLS FOR SCRAPPING OF ALLOWANCE. 475
Spy plane anger. 90
THE DAILY POST & YOU. Editorial 134
The day the record stores died; Record shops were a part of every music fan's life, but they're now dying out, as Jade Wright finds out from Liverpool-born author Graham Jones. 1240
THOUGHT for the DAY. 223
Three-year city law job search at an end; New council solicitor to start next month. 404
TIME OUT: LOOKING BACK. 89
Title momentum has switched to Anfield. 557
UNITED FACE TITLE SCRAP; Carragher lays down gauntlet to bitter rivals. 442
United paid the penalty but still have advantage. 373
United? They know we're up for a fight; Confident Carragher turns up heat as Liverpool sense title opportunity. 529
Vaccine clinics help for students. 117
Villa can recover. 167
Villa to appeal Friedel red card. 218
WAKES: Hotel to become pounds 1m staff retreat; EMPLOYEES TO BRING RESORT TOURISM BOOST. 449
WAKES: Mother of dead soldier helps out. 288
WAKES: Sheriff salutes 'unsung heroes'. 205
Wales are sweating on Collins. 175
WALES: Accident 19 years ago led to death. 227
WALES: ADVICE ON BEATING TRICKSTERS; BANK DETAILS TARGETED. 173
WALES: AM urges Earth Hour switch off. 147
WALES: Anti-war taxation fight ends in failure. 292
WALES: Attendant charged with pounds 8k loo scam. 109
WALES: Contractor takeover secures 170 jobs. 155
WALES: Drug campaigner loses cancer fight. 153
WALES: Ex-vicar to represent 4,000 housing tenants. 266
WALES: Fatal crash: Man charged. 137
WALES: GB team for 2012 still on agenda. 229
WALES: How OAP Ron turned tables on con artists; CEREBRAL PALSY SUFFERER ISSUES WARNING OVER PHONE SCAMS BANK DETAILS TARGETED. 434
WALES: Island events cash injected. 108
WALES: Kiss of life; How pet dog and daughter's TV survival tips kept me alive in night stranded on Tryfan. 459
WALES: No big demand for services in Welsh; BILINGUAL WILL COST BUSINESSES TOO MUCH. 424
WALES: One is charged with malicious wounding. 211
WALES: Parents to stand trial. 89
WALES: Police deport 'brothel' raid man. 218
WALES: Power bid confuses voters. 160
WALES: Public to get say on council's squabbles. 220
WALES: Recycling increases. 90
WALES: Retout: We will rebuild the Kop; DIRECTOR HITS OUT AT FANS GROUP. 375
WALES: Rugby ace, 23, drops dead on night out; DEVASTATED PALS PAY TRIBUTES TO BARMAN. 387
WALES: Social services worker suspended. 164
WALES: Spread tax load. 119
WALES: SPRING HAS SPRUNG ON FLICKER. 316
WALES: Suicide dad thought wife was cheating. 181
WALES: TATI ARREST; Prime suspect quizzed as search for body goes on. 470
WALES: There's no crisis here say council chiefs; BANK DETAILS TARGETED. 116
WALES: Top rally attracts quality drivers. 251
WALES: Tourism looks to kick-start summer boom. 382
WALES: TRASHED; ATTACKS LEAVE PUPILS HEARTBROKEN CONDOMS AND FAECES IN WENDY HOUSE 28 NEW TREES ARE UPROOTED. 449
WALES: Trucker who caused THIS gets a year; MAN'S MIRACLE ESCAPE ON A483. 512
WALES: Veterans appeal. 116
WALL ST. 82
We must learn from hurt of Irish defeat. 780
We must show more consistency, says Moore. 565
We need heads for our schools; WALES Uncertainty over future of primaries puts off candidates. 517
We'll try hard to do United a favour now claims Fulham's Hodgson. 221
Why was loch rescue boat withdrawn? 269
Will rare plough cut mustard? FARM & COUNTRY. 139
Will vandalised allotments BBC TV plea bear fruit? Move to bring Gardener's World to Wirral. 428
Willis weds young bride, 30. 105
Win it for the fans. 213
Wright stays for fight to keep Chester up. 270
Year of progress for Energetix. 246
Young writers show off talent; ARTS DIARY. 134
Youngsters can't cope with Leeds; LIVERPOOL ACADEMY FOOTBALL. 373

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