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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (November 27, 2001)

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Title Author Type Words
'Boring' tag just jealousy - Riise. 298
'Cracker' joins fight against yob culture. 227
'Mr X' did it, claims murder accused. 345
'Teacher forced himself on me' says line dancer; Instructor, 63, denies sex assault. 421
A CHANGE FOR THE BETTER; Sports nights a hit. 531
A tremendous feat of engineering. 321
A VISION OF HOW THE OTHER HALF COULD LIVE. 268
A waste of the fire service. 115
Air are brought down to earth; Wrexham Sunday League. 223
Altapeter all the way. 368
Ambulance stations in a shameful state; Buildings are overcrowded and under-used. 521
Assault care worker given jail warning. 308
Assembly to act on steel study. 250
BACK PAIN AS INJURY RULES OUT FLANKER. 373
Bainbridge recall bid; UniBond League. 196
Banned: Youth who terrorised neighbourhood. 302
Barthez could face FA rap. 399
Best in the North West TJ Hughes chain at centre of takeover battle; FROM HUMBLE BEGINNINGS, FARM SHOP FLOWERS INTO AWARD WINNER. 175
Best option. 87
BLL'S FAILURE HANGS IN THE BALANCE; Fans back defender but Advocaat seeks talks. 415
BLUES BID TO KEEP XAVIER. 325
Blues show battling spirit; Nuneaton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 New Brighton . . . . . . . . . . . . .23. 652
BREAK TIME FOR BARTHEZ; Comment. 467
British soldiers injured in Afghanistan conflict. 486
Bush brands human clones 'morally wrong'. 471
Businesses counting cost of September 11. 331
Car had 'no driver'. 109
Carden boost for City fans. 261
Carlos's warm welcome cheers swimmers; Swimming. 465
Cashier attacked. 145
Caution urged over plans to scrap energy price controls. 555
Charity dance concert. 184
Chef assaulted boy after taunts, court told. 157
Christmas grotto opens. 85
CITY TAKES THE BATON IN THE WORLD'S BIGGEST-EVER RELAY. 272
City university secures pounds 8.5m research boost; Grant will aid local pioneers. 500
City's street painting may sell for pounds 20,000; Rare Victorian watercolour to go under the hammer. 403
Connolly continues star show; Athletics. 271
Consignia loses pounds 100m. 115
Copycat band that is never the same; Knowing Abba Gold - is not all that easy. 314
Council closing care homes. 211
Country vet destroyed swans' nest, court hears; Prosecution claims birds obstructed fishing group. 741
Crackdown on estate's hooligans. 192
Crash tapes. 94
Creating a bright new vision in the heart of Liverpool's commercial district. 737
CYCLING. 91
Darts. 134
DELAYS AHEAD FOR BRANSON'S TILTING TRAINS. 135
DELAYS AHEAD FOR BRANSON'S TILTING TRAINS. 135
Delays hit coal profits. 251
Designed to give you better service. 661
Did a submarine sink fishing boat? 439
DISTINCTIVE TAPE MAY PROVIDE A VITAL LEAD IN BODY-IN-SUITCASE MURDER. 209
Distractions. 340
Don't be afraid to let nature regain control. 653
Dramatic U-turn saved us from complete oblivion. 544
Engineer takes to the stage to buy his place in college. 268
Enter the world of Liverpool online at our internet bar. 763
Even Miss Wales puts on weight; INSIDE OUT. 703
Evidence shows gene link to MS, say experts. 194
Factory cutting over 100 jobs. 591
Fair to lift farming industry off its knees. 393
Falling numbers. 209
Family in fear as killer wins parole. 588
Famous five set for more success; Birkenhead and Wirral AFL. 246
Far-off fans - with a genuine interest; Islanders bank on a great save each time Reds win. 629
Fears over new laws. 86
Firebomb victim sister's plea to find killer. 258
FOOTBALL. 82
Friends didn't know asthma was a killer; INSIDE OUT. 1150
Fry sizzle in top show; Rhyl Sunday League. 314
Gill points out the pressures on farming; Farm & Country. 230
Give us an inquiry into foot-and-mouth; Critics highlight flaws in way crisis was handled. 417
Grant help for clubs. 203
Greg enters the Dragon. 355
Grimsby's vow. 184
Gun was pointed at police in car. 237
Health check: Dannii Minogue; INSIDE OUT. 584
Help at hand for families facing a bleak midwinter; Farm & Country. 376
Heskey striking back at critics; Thompson has faith repaid as England man hits vital goal. 859
Heygarth hold on to maintain win record; Birkenhead Sunday League: Parkside fight but miss out. 606
HIGHLIGHTS. 196
HOCKEY. 118
Horror pet stories; ONE TO WATCH. 224
How old met new to carve out the perfect partnership. 918
How to drop a dress size in time for Christmas; INSIDE OUT. 1539
Hoylake bow out. 177
Hunt ban bill latest. 138
HUNT FOR OAP KILLER; Widow, 90, stabbed to death in her home Huge police search for bloodstained murderer. 205
Inventor's hat proves a pain in the neck. 102
It's just what the doctor ordered; Reds rise to top is perfect tonic says Houllier. 739
It's ready, steady, go for Commonwealth Games' jubilee relay. 254
Jails in crisis over women inmates. 213
Jobs axe looms as Consignia loses pounds 100m. 250
Kaybee closes its doors. 192
Kvaerner faces new job fears. 163
Lancs ace is all set; Cricket: Flintoff ready to stake Test claim. 490
Life in the slow lane just right for rally star Burns; Rallying. 545
Lion are put through Mill; Deeside Sunday League. 421
London calling for Blues; Academy league. 655
London market. 260
Look closer. 184
Looking ahead to a striking new image for city's gateway. 546
Magical trip ended on top of a multi-storey. 528
Manager retires. 161
Mark Viduka. 89
Mark Wright. 106
Master plan starts to take shape. 329
Mellor magic lifts Rangers; Clwyd Sunday League. 434
Memorial service for model patient. 298
MIDDLESBROUGH. 95
Minister backs Celtic range with pride. 225
Moore of the same. 127
Morgan to have talks with BAE bosses. 452
Morgan wishes for a merry Christmas; Injured utility player sets December fitness target. 557
New bin plan for Pwllheli. 182
New exits in tunnels. 92
Nice! Jazz fm Ministry link. 180
Nightmare set to continue. 499
Nine seats face axe in wards shake-up. 458
NORTH STAR SHINE FOR NINE; South Wirral League. 291
Nurses hit out at NHS reforms. 216
On the weigh to a perfect figure; INSIDE OUT. 556
Operation Attention for Cheshire villages. 423
Oriental path to perfect health; INSIDE OUT. 443
Pace planning to float on alternative market. 402
PARKINSON TOLD HE CAN GO. 278
Parkman's progress. 251
PC not very PC. 112
Peaceful Celts. 190
Peers clear the way for new cloning laws. 440
Pole climber guilty of assault. 392
Police chief: pounds 1 a week will buy you more coppers. 355
Police hunt for killer of woman, 90. 454
pounds 1.6m for wife left paralysed in Saudi pool party accident. 561
pounds 10m investment shows that we mean business. 755
pounds 120m boost for terror fight. 93
Powell taking a Rain check; League of Wales. 490
Price finds happiness as reborn striker; Tranmere new boy going back to his roots. 600
Prized assets. 81
Profits up at Imperial. 159
Promotional push for fresh produce; Farm & Country. 169
Protecting our sheep from the Chernobyl fall-out; MY VIEW. 438
Provalis turnover doubles. 214
Rallying round in hardship; Advertising feature: ROYAL WELSH AGRICULTURAL WINTER FAIR. 583
REDS ENJOY UNITED DOUBLE DELIGHT; Academy league. 663
Reservations. 117
Rest rocked by Hearn; Ellesmere Port Sunday League. 184
Roads action. 126
Role-reversal for TV's Judy. 129
Romance devotee's write to know; Problem Post. 746
Row looms over beef sector. 220
S4C in drive for facts. 205
Safeway pulls plug on online shopping. 170
Schoolboy stabbed in playground. 125
Scientists revive beasts from a brutal age; City experts put flesh on the bones of prehistory for TV series. 695
Second chance lives on for Park; Birkenhead Park . . . . 41 Lymm . . .. . . . 22. 255
Seventh heaven as Reds hit top form; Liverpool res 7 Bradford City res 1. 173
Shame of our railways. 225
SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME AT THE RACECOURSE. 96
Skupski ready for learning curve; On Court. 380
Soccer stars past and present hit headlines. 251
Soprano returns. 83
Special nurses will speed up A&E wait. 786
Store shuts after 25 years trading. 278
Striking results of 30-year partnership. 224
Students enjoy welcome rugby revival; In Touch. 414
Students in debt protest. 480
Stunning venue celebrates city's golden past and exciting future. 669
Sunday shocks in short supply; Wirral Sunday League. 384
Survival plan; Consistency is the key to beating drop warns Smith. 617
Sweet smell of increased sales. 133
Symbol of achievement, confidence and ambition. 748
T-SHIRTS TO RAISE MONEY FOR HOSPICE. 167
TAYLOR DELIGHTED WITH TV CASH DEAL. 504
Test shambles; Match in doubt as Sehwag row goes on Cricket by. 687
The Big Country; Tourist chiefs tell us Wales is larger than Texas - just as long as you flatten out the hills. 806
The hills are alive with the sound of job losses. 414
The sharp end of comedy; COMEDY Brendan Riley Rawhide Comedy Club. 279
THEFT CHARGE 'WRECKED FIRM' Wirral father and son sue Merseyside police for damages. 519
Therapy offer. 190
Thermal images will aid rescues. 150
This is the worst case that I have ever seen; SPECIAL REPORT Police chief reveals the horror of North Wales murder scene. 1353
Three generations killed in house fire. 199
TJ Hughes chain at centre of takeover battle. 367
TJ's at centre of takeover battle. 408
Tourism fall 'short-lived'. 88
Treat yourself; INSIDE OUT. 272
Treble chance; Rugby Union: Caldy U17s eye success in league and cups. 737
Troops taken off stand-by. 202
Two good to be true; Rugby League: Waiting game for Ashes dream. 580
US Marines hit convoy. 99
Vauxhall do just enough for points; Vauxhall Motors . . . . . . . . . .3 Hucknall Town . . . . . . . . . . . .1. 680
VET 'IN RAID ON NEST OF SWANS' Court told man took eggs to help Cheshire trout syndicate. 770
Victoria's reign in Pyke Cup is ended; West Cheshire League. 272
Viduka to consider quitting Australia. 323
Views count - not just the hard facts; WIRRALIAN. 533
WALES RUGBY STARS POINT THE WAY FORWARD. 259
WALES TO GO FOURTH FOR 2004. 234
Wall St. 82
Warning on controls. 123
We are failing our women; DAILY POST OUR VIEW. 367
WE'RE ALL TO BLAME - KEANE. 310
Welsh soccer needs an airing on the BBC. 673
Why drinkers could soon be behind bars; Victorian jail to become a chic city watering-hole. 699
Why wildlife is the biggest victim as hedges get the chop. 782
Williams hits two to bring Parkfield back. 362
Wind of Change; A windfarm project near Denbigh goes to public inquiry next month. Rural Affairs Editor Andrew Forgrave asks if Wales is about to change direction and take advantage of this power gold rush. 1112
Winners one and all. 202
Wirral's best have to make up gap at top; Hockey. 233
Wirral's footballing Rovers; Exclusive report: Youngsters from Peninsula snapped up by Blackburn's youth Academy to train as stars of future. 1048
Woman cab driver robbed at knifepoint. 108
Young, free, single. 81
Youth's car in trail of damage. 276

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