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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (October 13, 2001)

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Title Author Type Words
'I hugged him and prayed'. 246
'We failed Victoria', says doctor. 137
200m-year-old print found on garden wall. 520
A genteel reminder of an elegant age; HOMES. 214
All Sewn Up; FASHION. 457
ANNAN AND U.N. SHARE PEACE PRIZE. 189
Anne charms her North Wales hosts. 448
Ashes on hold; Rethink over shorter tour. 615
At last, the end is in sight; Carwyn Jones with the news N. Wales has waited for. . . . 613
Bad break for Blues since positive show. 481
Base anti-aircraft guns at N-plants. 514
Best Laid Plans; GARDENING CLUB. 880
bestsellers; BOOKS. 163
Bin Laden the pilot. 118
Bishop insists 'God is with terrorists'. 140
BOOKIES PUT WREXHAM JUST BEHIND NEWPORT IN CITY STAKES. 253
Boss backs shot-stopper. 410
Breathing new fire; FanScene. 369
Brothers of Distinction; PEOPLE: Paul McGann tells Laura Davis how fame has its ups and downs. 1283
BT to create 200 jobs. 197
Buyback plan perks up shares. 147
Byers puts brake on tunnel decision. 205
Calzaghe ready to explode; Boxing. 339
Choir saying goodbye to conductor. 99
Church land scheme. 151
club offer; GARDENING CLUB. 326
College project offers something special; HOMES. 247
Colleges lecturer in new threat to strike. 330
Country site shows good sales figures; HOMES. 209
Criminals stoop to a new low; POLICE CHIEF: SHOOTING OF CHILD BYSTANDER TAKES CRIME INTO A DIFFERENT DIMENSION. 578
Cyfrinach Carys yn troi'r oriel yn theatr. 242
Daffs aim to bloom. 126
DEESIDE DELIGHT AT WELSH CHAMPIONSHIPS; Ice skating. 120
Diana butler shuns court date. 223
diary; GARDENING CLUB. 439
Don't panic. Reds can bounce back. 595
DORINDA McCANN; PEOPLE. 793
Downside of dating UK's top pop girl; Holby City heart-throb Jeremy Edwards is dating pop group sex symbol Rachel Stevens. Phil Gould finds out what it's like to live in the public eye. 712
Driver banned after fatal accident. 325
EMBROIDERER WHOSE INSPIRATION IS THE RIVER DEE'S MARSHES. 83
essential reading for organic followers; GARDENING CLUB. 150
Everyday tales of the feckless and flawed. 717
fantasy dinner; FOOD AND DRINK. 314
Fantasy Islands; TRAVEL. 812
Father of four 'aided bombing'. 148
FERGIE: FLYNN ERA WAS STALE. 223
FIFA in finals pledge. 325
FINAL TOO CLOSE TO CALL; Grand Final preview. 313
FINE FOODS; FOOD AND DRINK. 551
FOOTBALL. 171
FOOTBALL. 103
FOOTBALL. 202
Fourth case of anthrax baffles America. 262
Fourth case of anthrax. 147
Freudian Quip; BOOKS. 795
Friendly proposals discussed by UEFA. 206
FYMARN. 253
GAME DESTROYED BY REFEREE; Fan Scene. 313
GAME WE CAN'T AFFORD TO LOSE; Leeds success vital, says Houllier. 643
Garden setting for period family home; HOMES. 130
Get behind us; Boss issues ralling cry to Dragons stay-aways. 441
GIVE BACK OUR $8m; Controversial North Wales factory owner faces American court fight. 444
Goal ace Roberts back at Cemaes; Football. 331
Government freezes terror link cash. 100
Government orders more assets freezes. 81
GREGORY'S SOLUTION CALL. 339
Hall burglar jailed. 81
Hall of Plenty; INTERIORS. 491
Health chief joins team facing key questions. 287
Helping hand to ease mortgage payments; NEW HOMES. 215
Hightown look good. 132
Holiday girl missing. 81
Hospital manager 'racist' memo fury. 488
How to beat the trenches with a smile; WIRRALIAN. 448
HOWLEY TARGETS SECOND PLACE; Rugby Union. 721
Hughes ponders line-up for LSH; Rugby Union Preview. 268
IN THE FRAME - Anna Mountford. 209
IN THE FRAME - Catherine Zeta Jones. 213
IN THE FRAME - Dexter Fletcher. 246
IN THE FRAME - Kenneth Cranham. 253
IN THE FRAME - Paul McGann. 222
IN THE FRAME - Penelope Keith. 245
IN THE FRAME - Sigourney Weaver. 262
Iron Mike roadshow rumbles onwards; Boxing. 400
Is this the man to rescue the International Eisteddfod? 333
It's Warrington v Wirral in city bid. 635
Jail for hate mail sender. 93
Jail for hate-mail man. 101
Jobs axe falls on 287 as Sotheby's feels the pinch. 191
KIDS' CORNER. 82
KIRTLEY - I'LL BEAT DOUBTERS; Cricket. 472
late deals; TRAVEL. 283
LIFE IN THE SLOW LANE; DAILY POST TASTE TEST. 1128
Limbs in loch killer 'a devil'. 692
LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION; HOMES. 430
London market. 321
Lottery letter put police on the trail; Crime correspondent Richard Elias looks at the mystery of the real Michael O'Leary. 619
Lottery man jailed for killing his wife. 431
Man held over sex mail and threats to Sporty Spice. 218
Medal winner does honours at centre. 212
Meet Britain's oldest rocker; ROLL OVER BEETHOVEN, MISS JENNINGS, 93, HAS DISCOVERED POP. 752
Missing girl found safe. 142
Missing youngster found safe and well. 142
Modahl loses court battle. 105
Mother who killed baby for crying is given probation; Daughter was smothered with a pillow. 588
Mother's bid to save son from gunman. 225
Mungall aiming to make it two wins. 332
Murder charge. 115
Mwynhad o olygfa na fedr dalu'r morgais; Arfon Haines Davies - cyflwynydd. 904
My favourite room: Richard Young; INTERIORS. 446
N. Wales a loser in proposed changes to NHS spending. 231
New council crackdown on cheats. 97
Newtown on guard against upset. 492
Next race hope as Clipper returns. 281
No time to hibernate!; ADVERTISING FEATURE. 486
notes; COUNTRYSIDE. 194
Nurse faces deportation; Student jailed for money laundering. 256
Nurse will stay on for the children's sake. 335
Overheard Sibrydion. 574
Parkfield title blow; Cricket. 196
PARTYGOERS BRING A TASTE OF THE CARIBBEAN TO NEW-LOOK LIVERPOOL PALM HOUSE. 109
Perfect centre piece for any living room; ADVERTISING FEATURE. 574
PICK OF THE DAY. 331
PICK OF THE DAY. 329
PICK OF THE DAY. 332
PICK OF THE DAY. 324
PICK OF THE DAY. 323
PICK OF THE DAY. 322
PICK OF THE DAY. 327
PICK OF THE WEEK. 573
PIGION Y DYDD. 286
PIGION Y DYDD. 288
PIGION Y DYDD. 296
PIGION Y DYDD. 300
PIGION Y DYDD. 282
PIGION Y DYDD. 303
PIGION Y DYDD. 306
PIGION Y PLANT. 84
Pobl mewn cotiau gwynion yn barod i gymryd yr awenau mewn labordy hurt. 414
POINT TO PROVE; Gerrard wants to match away form with home glory. 672
Police step up patrols after shooting. 318
Possible bonds buy-back boosts Marconi shares. 305
pounds 34,000 bounty on heads of US soldiers. 104
pounds 5,000 pay cut fury; National Park staff told of huge wage reductions. 339
pounds 900,000 for baby services. 169
Prayers for cancer victims. 94
Princess presents top award to hi-tech firm. 299
Professional advice in a development fit for a king; NEW HOMES. 275
Property group buys Forum. 111
Pupils may lose school bus travel. 332
Queen may honour New York's mayor. 174
question of the week; GARDENING CLUB. 98
Rapist in bid to avoid extradition. 166
Reds promise not to leave Anfield. 625
Reid declares an end to Loyalist ceasefire. 573
Reiss flats plan. 112
Rest-up ordered; Beckham to be given breather. 496
RIDDLE OF KILLER'S LOTTERY FORTUNE; Wife-strangler may be freed in a year to spend cash. 751
Rookie keeper plunged into tie. 380
Rudik the York pick. 398
Runcorn's Cup first. 160
School alert as bullock goes on a rampage; Police marksman shoots runaway animal. 392
Science on show for children. 134
Seven dead in day of protest. 584
Seven killed as anti-American protests grow. 467
Short is handed cup start. 464
Shuttle plan by easyJet. 111
Sir Paul may still start a new family. 188
Spotlight on flood and pollution risks. 460
Spy jobs go-ahead. 293
Support grows for sharing ground. 192
Survival Of the Fittest; COUNTRYSIDE. 597
Take a trip back in time at fair. 103
TAYLOR CLAIMS STARS' BACKING. 330
The darker side of Ma Larkin; Pam Ferris is remembered as the mumsy Ma Larkin in Darling Buds but as Wil Marlow finds out, she also has a darker side in the new BBC1 drama Sweet Revenge. 872
The trust that could have saved Marconi; WEEKEND VIEW. 362
Third Time Unlucky; FOOD AND DRINK: DAILY POST TASTE TEST. 1124
This may be my last race - Mika; Motor Racing. 351
this weekend; GARDENING CLUB. 83
Three of a kind; My midfield battlers can outdo the best - Watson. 722
Time running out for ground strike; Bitter Afghan winter may delay plans. 747
TIME TO PUT AWAY RECORD STRAIGHT. 472
Tongan Topou wings in; Rugby Union. 231
Top athlete loses pounds 1m court battle. 105
TORRANCE KEEPS ON WINNING; Singh loses to inspired late stand-in World Match Play. 539
Tradition adds dimension to coach house; HOMES. 282
Troops must go in now; DAILY POST OUR VIEW. 391
TV pops are still the tops with the viewers. 874
Vital pounds 4.5m windfall for research centre; New facilities for visitors and business. 472
WARREN BACK TO FRONT; Cannes Open Golf. 303
weekend walk; COUNTRYSIDE. 319
When a survey could pay dividends; HOMES. 485
Wrexham's long haul; Rugby Union. 152
You can bet someone, somewhere is having a go at me; Fowler reveals how pressure of proving critics wrong is taking toll on his game. 900
Young people fear new world war. 88
Your guide to this week's soaps. 310

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