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Articles from Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England) (October 23, 2004)

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A HINT OF HOPE FOR BABY LUKE; _ Judge: tot can still be revived. 403
A secure financial position; My first job -- Andrew Bourne, director, WWB. 398
Adulterous teenager sentenced to death. 138
Advice and help for parents. 80
Anger over station ticket delays. 129
BARRY HORNE: Contract talks are a vital issue. 355
BARRY HORNE: Keep targets modest. 142
BARRY HORNE: Media critics were unfair. 96
Blood Red: Football camp. 81
Blood Red: Searching for the `best' of the worst! 288
Blood Red: Valencia's Shankly has sense of honour; Rafa's respect for legacy he left behind is Reds' key. 557
Booze cruise passengers `are not criminals'. 175
CHESTER CITY: Chester One over the eight; City seek to extend recent run. 457
Colin McKEOWN: Traditional values are more my bag. 492
Corinthian: Battling Saltbox edge it; Crosby Sunday. 181
Corinthian: Cat take cream in eight-goal thriller; Wirral Sunday. 306
Corinthian: Cullen gets Vanser back on track; Birkenhead & Wirral. 247
Corinthian: Double delight as Old Xavs go clear; THE HOME OF AMATEUR FOOTBALL with BRIAN FLANAGAN I Zingari Combination. 228
Corinthian: Holmer proves the last-gasp hero; Birkenhead Sunday. 287
Corinthian: Hughes a clever boy as Pensby warm up for cup clash; South Wirral. 105
Corinthian: Mark of class in goal blitz; Ellesmere Port Sunday. 190
Corinthian: Monies cash in; Liverpool CMS. 125
Corinthian: No quarter given in cup charge; Liverpool County Combination. 161
Corinthian: Plough take full advantage; Wallasey Sunday League. 254
Corinthian: Six-goal Dave is star; Liverpool Sunday. 202
Corinthian: The great escape; BRNESC hit back to sink leaders I-Zingari League. 251
Corinthian: Turning the table; Lairds shocked by bottom club West Cheshire. 335
Corinthian: Warby fly flag for Ormskirk; Ormskirk Sunday Canon are sunk in cup spot drama. 242
Corinthian: Wells hits treble joy; Formers League. 94
Courage of the tragic family who refuse to be beaten. 547
Crime report rubbish say police. 132
Debbie Johnson: ABI Titmus. 81
Debbie Johnson: Let's do it again sometime, Boris. 261
Debbie Johnson: We've got to fund fight on violence. 569
Doctors and nurses in the dark. 108
DOCTORS' SURGERY HIT BY ARSONISTS. 359
Drug dealer is jailed. 92
Echo Action. 177
EURO BALLS: Rivaldo wants a Brazilian return; Apparently they play a bit on the continent, too. 162
Firms set for Job Scene 2005. 258
Fishing: ANGLING REPORTS. 384
Flashback: Altar images of a city facing up to its past . . . THE spirit past and present of Liverpool's most multi-cultural community is celebrated in a new book. CATHERINE JONES reports. 686
Flashback: Buy Marvo. It's very good; Adverts from the archives of the ECHO. 123
Flashback: Down Your Way It's the Z factor Zig Zag Road L12; The story of a road like yours with Tina Miles. 496
Flashback: Eight of us in a three-bed terrace . . . and it was great. 476
Flashback: Flash Scousers abroad. 343
Flashback: Flower power fashions; Jane Woodhead on the cool looks of the late 60s. 373
Flashback: Lights, camera, action; Jane Woodhead looks into the city's star studded movie history. 1261
Flashback: Match Memories - Everton v. Liverpool, October 20, 1984. 472
Flashback: Mersey Memories. 277
Flashback: Old Pals. 336
Flashback: Sold Out; Barrie Mills on stuff you can't buy anymore. 328
Flashback: TALES FROM THE PAST; Double killing in Runcorn. 532
Flashback: The Boutique 1968 It was a very good year for . . . 301
Football: `PLAYERS HAPPIER WITHOUT SOUEY' Emerton: Life is a lot better with Hughes. 210
Football: FERGIE: ONLY A VICTORY WILL DO; United boss eager to stop rampant rivals. 259
Football: Henry is helping Cisse to settle; Liverpool v Charlton Today, kick-off 5. 15pm. 725
Football: Moore & Co North West Counties Cup: heroes Lairds' sights on original target. 474
Football: Moyes revels in `Tinkerman' role; Norwich v Everton Today, kick off 12. 45pm. 733
Football: NAYSMITH HEADING TOWARDS BLUES EXIT; Defender pricing himself out of contract renewal. 338
Football: Norwich join the hunt for goals. 272
Football: Paying the price of a `giant' tag; Colchester v Tranmere Today, kick-off 3pm. 613
Football: Rafa: Don't show Danny respect till final whistle. 343
Football: Reds stars to support campaign. 125
Football: The Premiership. 1017
Football: TONY ON THE TELLY; With TONY BARRETT -- the thinking man's David Prentice. 378
Football: Win trip to watch Reds in Spain. 124
Football: Your chance to team up with Blues legend. 324
FORMULA ONE: `Massa the next star'. 116
FREE for every reader next week. 96
GOLF: McDowell closing in. 86
HALEWOOD TO JOIN PROTEST. 309
HELP THE ORPHANS; Colin's plea for Rwanda after emotional trip. 500
HOLLY'S BACKING OUR GAY FESTIVAL. 362
Horse Power: On the Rails. 286
Horse Power: Tips; MIKE TORPEY: YOU CAN PUT YOUR SHIRT ON HIM. 343
Horse Power: Watch out for . . 145
Horse Power: Will Stand have a ghost of chance? Aintree set for big day. 403
IT'S A GAS ON THE NET. 283
It's boxing day already. 170
JASON McATEER: Bradford defeat was so painful. 190
JASON McATEER: Confidence is high. 159
JASON McATEER: Drugs are not widespread. 119
JASON McATEER: Team transport. 91
JOHN ALDRIDGE: Hume talk says a lot. 197
JOHN ALDRIDGE: Why I fear Dan danger. 101
JOHN ALDRIDGE: Wider effects of Cottage industry. 277
Killer put to death after giving u phis appeals. 102
Laptop theft puts thousands of young lives in danger. 268
MMR; Health Reporter HELEN CLARKE on the facts every parent should know before opting for MMR. 818
Non-League: Fridays in the sights; MARINE. 115
Non-League: Lightfoot wants quick return; RUNCORN. 184
Non-League: Peter's welcome lift; VAUXHALL. 115
Non-League: Steve's injury setback; PRESCOT. 116
Non-League: Teenager Dave is good Newnes for Linnets; BURSCOUGH. 235
Non-League: Watson's striking options; Liam happy with choices SOUTHPORT. 238
Nurse tells court she did not gag her patient. 242
On the Bounce: A meeting of minds; Buckle up for Fergie v Wenger -- the rematch. 436
On the Bounce: tribute to football's top flops. 249
Paddy Shennan: A Swap cop-out. 405
Paddy Shennan: Boxing Academy. 135
Paddy Shennan: Early Doors. 87
Paddy Shennan: Family emotions run high. 185
Paddy Shennan: The week ahead. 159
Pippa's future vision is clear. 344
PLEASE SAVE ME MR BLAIR; Hostage pleads over troops switch. 371
Rewind: Classic comedy that hit a nerve with middle-classes; Weekly proof that telly isn't as good as it used to be The Fall And Rise Of Reginald Perrin (BBC1, three series, 1976-1979). 524
Rewind: Flash Feedback Readers respond to Flashback stories. 351
Rewind: Old School Ties. 187
ROVERFLOW: Hume turns back on transfer talk. 312
ROVERFLOW: More of the same, Theo. 253
Rovers arrests show big rise; Reds and Blues down. 251
Royal Blue: Grave doubts. 127
Royal Blue: It's bargain Blues! SCOTT McLEOD: `TIPTOEING A FINE LINE BETWEEN CRASS AND PITHY' Bent has the edge over far more expensive peers. 387
Royal Blue: Wyness makes first change. 108
Ruck Stars: Moss relishes his new role; Phil back in Orrell frame. 292
Ruck Stars: Neil Kelly. 92
Ruck Stars: Neil signs in at Caldy; RON ROBY: STANDING UP FOR LOCAL RUGBY UNION. 126
Ruck Stars: Tosh keeps hold of reins. 94
Rugby Union: Kangaroos expecting another close call. 197
SCOUSERS ARMY ON THE MARCH; AS British troops continue to be deployed in Iraq, MITYA UNDERWOOD asks potential soldiers of tomorrow whether they have been put off army life. 461
Seconds Out: Calzaghe must cross the Pond for true glory; NICK PEET: AS SEEN ON TV. 180
Seconds Out: Carmen get it! 108
Seconds Out: Five-star challenge; Screen test can be a hit. 738
Spaceflight hopefuls to boldly go u pat a price. 117
SUPERGRAN; Dot helps her grandchildren to rebuild lives after triple tragedy. 96
The smooth guide to . . . speed skating. 171
THIEVES TARGET FOOLISH DRIVERS. 302
Try's the Limit: Tri as I might, I just can't feel optimistic. 327
Weekend TV - TV Tips: Harry Hill's TV Burp (Saturday ITV1, 5. 30pm). 118
Weekend TV - TV Tips: Venice (BBC2, Saturday, 9. 10pm). 85
WHEELCHAIR LEFT BEHIND IN FLORIDA; Mother's fury over delay. 595
Why I don't buy this amiable image of Boris. 348
Win, lose or draw: Pink quiz; IT'S NOT THE TAKING PART, IT'S THE WINNING. 420
Win, lose or draw: You what? 82
You say: Citizens caned. 154
You say: Explanation. 154
You say: Les loved it. 177
You say: Short points. 103
You say: Welcome city. 112
Your Shout: Baros and Cisse should be given a spell in reserves. 131
Your Shout: Beattie is not the answer. 128
Your Shout: Blues are not a charity. 136
Your Shout: Everton must stand firm over Ball deal; Blues are not a charity. 88
Your Shout: Shorts. 81
Your Shout: Shorts. 106

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