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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (April 5, 2002)

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2,700 jobs in bank expansion plan. 386
A balanced look at death; YOUR VIEW. 245
A peck on the cheek for zoo's reunited lovebirds; Macaw snatched from aviary back with his partner of 40 years. 479
A rugged off-roader for the urban jungle; A matter of opinion. 963
Accused of attack. 98
Advanced group ready for launch; Motorcycling By William Leece. 490
Airline's upturn in fortunes. 241
Alarms found in ex-girlfriend's house court told. 535
All set for 2003 festival; Eisteddfota - Eisteddfod scene by Emyr Williams. 481
All-British clash set for ITV date. 239
Amanda hunt police told of 'crying girl'. 380
Amanda hunt police told of 'crying girl'. 465
Amazing tribute. 170
Amberleigh hopes fade; McCain woe as House put in reserve. 712
America celebrated in concert; CLASSICAL. 527
An ups and downs night of Mozart; REVIEW. 190
Anguish over 'Damilola coat'. 141
Approval for bank's greenbelt expansion; Plan goes through despite potential gridlock. 427
Art meets fashion in a show of feather and leather. 849
Assembly's tribute to 'a lifetime of service'. 313
ATHLETICS. 111
Attacking flair; POST SOAPBOX. 93
BA recovery still on track despite fall in passengers. 350
Band that's just too good to punk; EARBUZZ. 617
Battle to survive for many churches. 144
Beckenbauer sticks boot into Reds for negative style of play. 448
Beckham boost; Star's relief over injury. 495
Bird taken from zoo returned; MATE NO LONGER LOVESICK AS A PARROT. 181
BLUES BID TO MATCH CUP FORM; Academy League. 554
Boot camp discipline 'does not prevent crime'. 266
Boot camp inmates still return to crime. 466
BP hurt by low profit margins. 298
Brave Brian has a new mountain peak to conquer. 514
Brave PCs. 91
Briefly. 169
Bush sends envoy as disaster looms; President launches fresh bid for peace. 706
Call for 190mph N.West rail link. 236
Call on pensions. 111
Cambridge fear TV cash disaster; Dragons warned. 379
Cancer test will save lives. 399
Captain's example; POST SOAPBOX. 83
Cash is waiting for ideas. 180
Charity boss denies 'damaging reference' claim. 237
Charlotte tucks in after US operation; Plucky four-year-old's recovery amazes doctors. 619
CHAZ CUTS DOWN AGE BARRIER; Motor cycling. 278
City look to make history. 326
City tags will help counties to survive; Cricket. 399
Company's expansion is good news for jobs. 285
Consolation for Moor. 331
Council officials 'biased against minorities'. 295
Crime is the enemy as ex-soldier goes on council estate patrol. 532
Cup same age as Stonehenge. 211
Curbs on sex offender stay, says judge. 346
Death crash boy's family are to sue Tunnel. 330
Developers sell share in docklands company. 322
Double dose of Irish music from the Fureys and the Dubs. 279
Drivers warned of a year-long tailback on A55. 510
DRUGS WASTE COSTS US pounds 1m; Crackdown on prescriptions patients don't need. 389
Dubliners' fires undimmed after 40 years on the road; Lew Baxter mulls over forty foot-stomping years with Ireland's now mostly Seven Sober Knights. 1075
Educating Rita - and Willy too; Educating Rita was also an education for its writer, Willy Russell, he tells Philip Key. 1190
Election bid by fraud woman. 239
Elsom pays price for Foxes' slump. 293
Family tree; YOUR VIEW. 86
Fears for missing teenager. 91
Final move in Laird's redundancy saga. 301
Focus is firmly on England for Back; Rugby Union - 50-cap honour of captaincy. 568
FOOTBALL - TRANMERE ROVERS. 135
FOOTBALL. 135
FOOTBALL. 112
FOOTBALL. 117
FOR SALE: A LITTLE CLASSIC, ONE CAREFUL OWNER. 89
Foreign holiday warning over speed devices. 230
FORMULA ONE. 128
Friendly festival by the Dee with the best that jazz has to offer. 871
Friends you are glad to have left behind. 738
Gearing up to protect pedestrians. 345
Golf balls explained. 126
Gould interested in taking Swansea job. 265
Group aims to curb crime. 214
Guilsfield gear up for escape; NORTH WALES FOOTBALL EXTRA - Cymru Alliance. 246
HAIL MOYES' BLUE DAWN; FanScene. 515
Hansen: Get it right for Wales. 531
Held in custody. 88
Hell-raiser's cauldron boils over. 180
Henry praise for departing Howley; Tributes to retiring international star. 616
HOCKEY. 153
Home still sealed off after chemical found. 476
Hospital launches probe over treatment of elderly patients. 316
Hosts of golden daffodils can engender civic pride. 450
Hotels told to reach for the stars to survive; New grading scheme will be UK first. 353
HOW THEY FARED. 882
HQ staff knew their secret Royal visitor had arrived by her wonderful perfume; Battle of the Atlantic staff veterans tell of their memories as preparations made for last journey. 481
HYYPIA FAME CLAIM; FanScene. 386
I'M SORRY BOSS; Ferguson vowing to put sending-off shame behind him. 656
Island fears at jobless figures. 213
ITV1 team. 84
Jinxed Bay fall at final Furlong; Colwyn Bay. 229
Jones has six appeal; Cymru Alliance. 269
London market. 353
Madness factory in Manchester. 1137
Man in court over murder. 107
Man who snatched till cash caught. 241
Mazda6 aims to excite. 498
McRae hopes for lucky 13; Rugby League. 472
MDHC reviews berth charges. 264
More rail misery. 341
Mr Motivator; POST SOAPBOX. 82
Mum's tears at 'Damilola coat'. 129
Murder case re-opened. 113
NATIONAL ROUNDUP - Four killed by child at play. 373
NE WALES CUP. 109
New firm jumps at National contract. 375
NEW HOPE IN CANCER WAR; Mersey scientists make leukaemia breakthrough. 354
No sign of ISAs rush. 106
No stoppage; YOUR VIEW. 81
Nomads' win wish; League of Wales. 353
Old TVs have a new life as recycled glass. 739
ORRELL VICTORY WOULD BE GRAND; Rugby Union Preview. 410
Out of the dark; POST SOAPBOX. 84
OVERNIGHT QUEUE FOR NEW APARTMENTS. 170
Pearl's shining bright again. 462
Play-off success is only Red ambition; Academy League. 448
PLUGS & POINTS. 481
Police hunt for garage robber. 121
Politicians are to blame; YOUR VIEW. 486
Poor reception in digital future; Players to lose out says Yates. 623
Prepare to take euro, firms warned. 206
Queen costs police less than the Cream festival. 561
Queen moved by sea of flowers. 557
Racecourse backs vital campaign to save threatened Asian elephants. 228
Racial equality chief in probe. 162
Reviving service sector delivers upbeat message. 215
Rhythms and sounds out of ancient Africa. 623
Right idea wrong location for plant. 292
Road safety rules rethink. 129
RUGBY UNION. 165
Sadness as huge Dinky collection goes on sale; Auction of toy models expected to raise pounds 250,000. 657
Sailors win the chance to sail on epic voyage; LIVERPOOL TEAM STARTS TRAINING FOR CLIPPER ROUND THE WORLD YACHT RACE. 227
Screen shots. 503
Showbiz in her blood; Home and family are at the top of Lyn Paul's priorities. But that doesn't mean the former New Seeker has given up performance altogether, she tells Philip Key. 1012
SILENCE WILL FALL ON STOCK EXCHANGE. 173
Sinister sounds of the Mersey; EMMA YATES ON ROCK. 609
Sir Paul's still at top of pop's rich chart. 257
SORT IT OUT; Train strike causes N.Wales misery. 653
Sports package. 113
Stars join Botham in Noah's Ark hike; WELSH DIARY. 322
Stars of rock give bands a chance. 222
Steel boss took huge rise as jobs axe fell; Angry unions call for him to hand cash back. 474
Stones thief gave false name. 173
Strapped German clubs will be saved. 146
Strike causes chaos for rail users. 234
Students to face college officials. 106
Swede dreams of victory; Golf. 250
Taking a gamble? 120
TAYLOR SURPRISED BY RECALL. 542
Teachers reach peace deal over retirement. 507
Teyrnged i Sam agmybl gron yng Nghymru. 474
The power of prayer; As the faithful depart the pews in droves, one N. Wales church bucks the trend by attracting 'too many' Sunday worshippers. 502
Time for dancing in the streets of North Wales; Penny Fray talks to veteran Motown singer Edwin Starr. 843
Time wasted in hunt for Milly; DAILY POST OUR VIEW. 404
Train trouble; YOUR VIEW. 138
Tranmere Reserves . . . . . . . . . 1 Port Vale Reserves . . . . . . . . . 0. 102
Troops get ready for terror fight. 125
Troops prepare for action. 125
Tunnel death crash boy's family to sue. 355
TV quiz queen Anne's royal link. 106
Variety time. 93
Video is to replace the trauma of ID parades. 287
Video is to replace the trauma of ID parades. 288
Vote for youth; Cricket : Selectors set to keep faith in new-look England side. 630
Warnings as Bank holds interest rates for fifth month. 179
We'll keep them in check; Smicer confident Reds can make semi-finals after grabbing slim lead at home. 862
WELSH DIARY. 322
Williams seals win for Eagles; Rugby Union. 212
WORLD CUP COUNTDOWN. 129
Young princes to follow coffin. 176

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