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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (November 14, 2001)

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'No new evidence' in Hindley maps. 361
131 statistics jobs will be axed in Runcorn. 176
50-year fight to piece together my past is over; ADOPTED GRANDMOTHER'S LANDMARK HIGH COURT VICTORY. 571
Actress Peggy Mount dies at 86; OBITUARY. 325
Airport tests firefighting formula. 246
America scours the world for smallpox jabs. 326
Assembly has dashed hopes for care village. 604
B&Q looks for 4,000 new staff. 185
Back freedom. 201
Banking community failing to provide support for SMEs. 313
Bats may hold up scheme. 404
Boodle's opens up in the heart of the City of London. 328
BP to shed 1,000 jobs at Scottish oil refinery. 461
Broadhurst fights for his future; Golf. 181
Business Network club to sponsor growth event. 109
Businesses must act fast to get in on . biz extension. 291
Businesses with worldwide connections. 214
Calmer waters for Vosper. 209
CBI warns of 1,000 job losses in manufacturing. 362
Checkers all square. 156
City Square project still stalled. 153
Community Beat Managers reassuring for the public. 144
Community initiative making major impact. 175
Conman 'selling' grants. 114
Consistency the Quay to success; Focus on the League of Wales' surprise leaders. 717
Control this airgun 'sport' which leaves animals in agony. 534
Controversial AM Richards made to wait over return into the Tory fold. 214
Costello sunk by King's cake mix; Tranmere boss' recipe for success left renowned songsmith lost for words. 1432
Creative industries in new academic link-up. 238
Crozier the key; FA bigwig crucial to solving TV stalemate. 436
D&T searching for top 50 tech companies. 170
Dealmaker Hampton won't be unemployed for long. 555
Deeside hang on in tense thriller; North Wales Squash. 376
Deliver solutions for businesses, to support and sustain their success. 1055
Dishonesty was no slip. 121
Don but not forgotten; e-clips technology news. 761
Don't miss Leather. 397
Driving ban for former Miss Wales after horror crash. 540
Drysdale puts Aber on road to victory; Aberystwyth Town . . . 3 Newtown . . . . . 1. 208
Duff goal extends Town's record. 340
EADS aloft on Airbus wings. 113
EADS forecasts fall in delivery of Airbus next year. 233
Emap outlook uncertain. 285
Employer of the Year should act as a role model and ambassador. 246
Energis cuts back. 171
Enterprising students given a helping hand; ENTREPRENEURSHIP Advertising feature. 1188
Ex-Alder Hey chief on carpet. 124
Ex-college building to be demolished. 123
Fall of Kabul takes A llies by surprise; Struggle to fill a 'power vacuum' as 5Alliance storms into Afghan capital. 904
Family barred from being directors. 334
FEAR OF JOBS CATASTROPHE; Cutbacks could devastate NW chemical industry. 605
Fifth Beatle's work goes on show. 334
Fifth Beatle's work goes on show. 193
FILM CHOICE. 88
Find out how to expand your business horizons at Town Hall tomorrow. 293
Flop of the league; Sunday team has already conceded 133 goals - in just eight games. 569
FOOTBALL. 93
FOOTBALL. 115
FOOTBALL. 203
Friendly victory has little meaning; In Touch. 424
Gascoigne silver lining as Blues beaten; EVERTON RES . . . . . . 1 MAN UTD RES . . . . . . 3. 192
Golden shots. 789
Good to talk. 114
Gray's day as Gregory welcomes new coach. 299
Great Scott can make mark. 300
Happy returns; Tranmere's travel sickness relief delights boss Watson. 340
Hard going for Hoops. 177
Hard task to conquer the south. 310
Healthy support for NHS reforms. 193
Heroin inquiry continues. 203
High-tech telecoms struggling to make it to the end of the last mile; Bill Gleeson looks at BT's slow progress in bringing Britain's telecom network into the 21st Century - and those companies that think they can do a getter job. 867
High-tech telecoms struggling to make it to the end of the last mile; Bill Gleeson looks at BT's slow progress in bringing Britain's telecom network into the 21st Century - and those companies that think they can do a getter job. 867
HIGHLIGHTS. 146
Hospice tree light appeal. 83
Hospital work halted as company goes bust. 203
How a hi-tech Rocket got a valuable boost from Hothouse; ENTREPRENEURSHIP Advertising feature. 1323
How does her garden grow? With decades of loving care; Green-fingered pensioner wins top national award. 844
HSBC has remained committed to serving rural community. 363
Husband and girlfriend were chased by wife. 464
I won't let cancer stop my charity marathon. 495
I'll restore fans' faith in Welsh rugby; Rugby Union: New skipper makes pledge. 478
Ieuan Evans is one of rugby's all-time greats. 297
Industrial warehousing completely self-contained. 363
Inspired tale. 93
Instant family's milestone; ONE TO WATCH. 194
Internment proposals. 187
Investigators find second black box; Recovery work continues after US jet crash tragedy. 607
IT rental hassle free. 146
Jet-lag snag for England stars; Golf. 345
Jet-lag snag for England stars; Golf. 403
JIMMY DRIVEN BY DESIRE. 478
Job losses looming as region's business confidence crumbles. 424
Job losses spark fear in chemical industry. 534
Judges spare pet dog from death row. 96
Juice ad sales ahead. 106
Jury watches CCTV car video. 145
Just a view. 183
Keane hoping for Munich return; Captain's knee op fears dismissed. 687
KIDS' CUP ROMP; Tranmere Rovers Youth . . . . . . . . . 5 Rochdale Youth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0. 206
Kitchens, karting, cakes all vying for top spot. 269
Lasting tribute to city's famous sons; BLUE PLAQUES HONOUR A MAN WHO SAVED MILLIONS AND A DOUBLE VC. 665
Late tries sink North; Rugby Union. 97
Launch of home-testing kits the realisation of a dream. 761
Law reform designed to make it easier for companies. 199
Lee misses out; Star Trundle banned for TV cup tie. 565
Littlewoods on the move. 203
London market. 331
Lord Mayor's stand-up routine was no joke; Talk from THE TOWN BROCKLEBANK. 380
Lottery moving grants goal posts. 505
MAJOR ROLE. 524
Make that important journey a pleasure; A TOUCH OF CLASS Advertising feature. 447
Marconi losses soar over pounds 5bn. 238
Marconi's buying spree goes sour with a pounds 5bn loss. 741
Matchbox lab recruited to join the war against terrorism; David Jones meets the energetic head of Picosorb, Osborn Jones. 1341
Meningitis victim, 16, dies. 251
MERSEYRAIL 'NO GO' AREAS; Wirral stations 'are worst on network' - report. 627
Mill will add grist to rural tourist trail; Firm reveals museum plan for listed building. 421
Modern hooligans run into old-fashioned values. 493
MORLEY OUT OF ASHES SERIES; Rugby League. 392
Motormen's comeback keeps record intact; VAUXHALL MOTORS . . . . . . . 2 RUNCORN HALTON . . . . . . . 2. 208
Move to prevent illegal trading. 179
Nazi spy who died in Liverpool. 289
Neville plays down Cup dream. 500
New Faurecia plant undertaking major training operation. 305
New Scottish First Minister admits to affair. 226
New university programme is proud to back start-up award. 102
No interest. 101
No plan for action over BNP camp. 187
Objective 1 funding will finance new units to create around 30 jobs. 368
Olympian wisdom. 133
On the Move. 319
Open verdict on dead doctor. 237
Our troops must go in; DAILY POST OUR VIEW. 416
Out in all weathers. 84
Owen strike earns Canaries victory. 427
Owen's Euro ambition. 395
Patient 'very happy' with treatment. 117
Patrick Tooher. 512
Penalty pain for battling Chester; R'DEN AND D'NDS 2 CHESTER CITY 2. 245
POLICE PROBE SUPERMARKET BLAZE. 188
Politicians call for new government. 585
Portmeirion to host two-day Deudraeth Food Festival. 448
pounds 100 has been turned into a treatment centre. 260
pounds 100 punch. 86
pounds 9m software showcase plan for Parc Menai. 576
PowderJect's shot in the arm for vaccine factory; Daniel Clein meets Dr Paul Drayson, head of fast-growing PowderJect, the new owner of Evans Vaccines in Speke. 1361
Price cuts help keep inflation under control. 278
Prison inmates to work at Games. 223
Problems just around the corner. 218
Project pioneers ageing research. 330
PUT YOUR CASH INTO SOCCER, NOT SUITS; Grass roots anger as Welsh FA plan to kit out members. 576
Putting our children first. 220
Radio alternative to complete the local loops. 810
Railway left lagging behind as A55 upgrade has opened up N West Wales. 780
Republic boss promises to play it tight. 385
Rights and wrongs about RSA's dash for global growth; Share watch. 885
Row rages on over Lewis TV rumpus; Boxing. 370
School on tip plan 'not backed'. 404
Schools boost from sale of playing fields; Pupils will benefit from new facilities, says head. 434
Second chance for Hegg. 351
Second string labour to win; Wales A . . . . . . . . . . .26 Tonga . . . . . . . . . . . . .23. 317
SECRET FILES REVEAL HOW MI5 SAW REDS IN GOVERNMENT. 330
Secret history of a Welsh soccer legend; LoWdown. 578
Share prices recover from crash fears. 595
Sharps Tony. 665
Ship repair work may be heading back to the Mersey. 544
Shotgun suicide verdict. 190
Singer's musical role is a dream come true. 594
Sir Paul: 'I was a cocaine addict'. 176
Skills for the future. 155
Squabble over sheep payouts. 151
Squires Gate . . . . . . . 2 Marine . . . . . . . . . . 1. 143
Squirrels clinch win; NWCL. 180
SR Marine steaming ahead. 359
Staff development and training taken very seriously by contenders in new category. 196
Stars to shine a light on Wales' high-tech future. 286
Stayaway shoppers send Hamleys into the red. 461
Steel blast 'unprecedented'. 265
STRIKER LIGHT; Smith sweats on Radzinski as duo face injury setback. 555
Striking X-ray staff to picket hospital. 395
Strong Reds see off young Wednesday; Liverpool Res . . . . . . . . 4 Sheffield Wed Res . . . . 2. 149
Taylor Woodrow planning 81 offices. 143
The Diary. 444
THEATRE; The Rabbit Clwyd Theatr Cymru. 285
Three start-up finalists are in totally diverse fields. 267
Tongue tied. 215
Top brass will show they are world class; BAND WILL JOIN THOUSANDS OF VOICES FOR CHARITY CHRISTMAS CONCERT. 330
Top Euro-award for women's training group. 496
Treadmill of debt. 156
Trysor gan ddyn gyda dawn dweud; adolygiadau gan. 772
Two advisers on shortlist for prestigious national award. 303
University students protest at growing hardship and debt. 498
Unleash your full potential. 573
Vodafone grows well but losses top pounds 8bn. 366
W spells way forward for largest companies. 330
WALES AWARDS; Magnificence of Pritchard Jones Hall a perfect setting for this year's prestigious ceremony and dinner. 1043
Watchdog raps furniture firms. 90
Watkin Jones will break pounds 100m barrier next year. 448
WDA provides growing volume of advice and practical assistance. 276
We must work to spread prosperity across Wales; New ferry will give economy huge boost. 325
We musy keep our minds on Romania; Woodward's warning as Spring clash looms. 551
What happens when the magic runs out?; On screen he's Harry Potter, a trainee wizard who can cast spells. But how long will the magic last for Daniel Radcliffe. Jill Tunstall looks at the potential pitfalls for child stars. 1065
Wildlife crime is soaring. 387
Woman tells of garage business. 291
World Cup misery for Manon. 406
Young Lions battle to victory; ENGLAND U21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 HOLLAND U21 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 (England win 3-2 on aggregate). 367

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