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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (December 21, 2002)

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`Accidental' treatment gives little Abbie hope; Family fights rare condition. 693
A Bird in the Hand; C HRISTMAS must be a bit of a downer for our feathered friends; and I don't mean just turkeys and geese. 761
Air passengers lose in blood clots battle. 545
Airlines welcome court block on thrombosis claims. 299
Airport outstrips the rest for charter flights. 368
Airport outstrips the rest for charters. 200
Anti-flood progress. 139
Athletics: Sefton's success is thanks to teamwork. 279
Baby's bones fractured by sitter. 242
Beacon of street art. 255
BEATEN TO DEATH WELL LIKED MEN WHO WOULD NEVER HARM ANYONE. 292
bestsellers. 151
Boys terrified 90-year-old in burglary. 182
Christmas Idyll; IMAGINE celebrating Christmas on a sun-drenched hideaway island, lying on an empty beach, just a stone's throw away from miles of lush rainforest. 675
Coffee Republic puts faith in major overhaul. 150
Company dumped human remains in drinking water; Firm faces huge fine after rotting tissue is found in river. 519
Cricket: England lead the Aussies - for now; Second one-day win for Hussain's team. 669
Cricket: Nasser delight. 328
D A iamond Is Forever; IF THERE was one thing Anne Diamond would do differently entering the Celebrity Big Brother house again, it would be to lose three stone in weight. 974
Dal i ganu - a llenwi neuaddau; Ian Parri ar gyfraniad Hogia'r Wyddfa at ganu cyfoes Cymraeg PWY ddechreuodd yr adfywiad yn y byd canu poblogaidd Cymraeg, meddech chi? Yn sicr roedd cyfnod pan roedd wedi dirywio i rigol, heb weld unrhyw ddatblygiad ers degawdau helaeth. 801
Developments will hold their own in future. 152
Diary of a lifestyle fuelled by drugs. 443
Dockside revamp may bring 400 jobs. 305
Doctors to challenge `designer' baby ban. 333
Drug-taking pupils collapse at school. 418
Drunks ruin plans for rickshaw rides; Council's scheme for free festive service in city has to be axed. 467
Eating in - Duck Day A fternoon; FANCY a change for Christmas Day lunch? Why not have a go at this? I love duck, especially with crispy skin and when we have duck on the menu it sells like hot cakes. 596
Elderly to get police protection. 113
Eye-catching three-storey refinement. 151
Financial data firm to add 150 jobs at new site. 277
Fine Foods. 570
First Kiss is the Hardest; ACTOR Marc Warren is not one to shy away from tough roles. He got punched by David Morrissey in Clocking Off and experienced the hell of war in Steven Spielberg's World War II drama Band Of Brothers. 644
Football club fraud trial called off. 402
Football: `Prop idol' in Liverpool. 164
Football: ALLARDYCE: SELF HELP; WEST HAM v BOLTON, 3pm. 107
Football: And the winner tomorrow is... 97
Football: Bangor to wait on midfield ace Simon. 208
Football: Barclaycard Premiership (top half). 88
Football: City slip up; CHESTER CITY ....0 HEREFORD UNITED - Late strike spells shock defeat for Deva side CHESTER CITY: W Brown; Guyett, Bolland, Hatswell, McIntyre, Carden, Brady (M Brown 64), Carey, Davies, Clare, Sugden (Cameron 64) Subs: Kelly, Ruffer, Twiss. Ref: Mr Matadar (Preston) Att: 2,507. 449
Football: CONSISTENCY NEEDED. 289
Football: Danny's lifeline. 232
Football: END LONG TITLE WAIT - RANIERI. 110
Football: FanScene - It's straight ahead after Carlisle. 516
Football: FIVE WINS FOR SAFETY - BRUCE; B'HAM v CHARLTON, 3pm. 125
Football: Ghosts of United Christmas past; Ferguson: We may be haunted by familiar faces. 454
Football: HE'S READY; Moyes poised to unleash Rooney as Blues aim to deepen Anfield gloom. 679
Football: HE'S READY; Moyes poised to unleash Rooney as Blues aim to deepen Anfield gloom. 678
Football: It is great that we're ahead of Liverpool ...now let's stay there says Alan Stubbs. 1096
Football: KEANE CAN BE GREAT - KEEGAN. 131
Football: Leaders aiming high. 202
Football: LEEDS THROUGH PAIN BARRIER; LEEDS v SOUTHAMPTON, 3pm. 116
Football: Local pride at stake in rugby showdowns; Rugby Union. 302
Football: MATHIAS: DO NOT LET FANS DOWN. 298
Football: MEGSON PRAISE FOR WILKINSON; W BROM v SUNDERLAND, 3pm. 108
Football: Missing players could prove the derby difference. 897
Football: Moores' Port debut. 194
Football: Motors ready to hit the heights; UniBond League. 273
Football: No festive cheer; Harriers boss slams players ahead of clash. 584
Football: NO MORE CHRISTMAS FOR CELTIC STARS. 193
Football: NO RELEGATION TALK - DAMIANO. 115
Football: Norman's conquerors. 285
Football: OWEN OWEN v ROONEY: WHO WILL EMERGE AS THE GREATEST STRIKER? 441
Football: Reborn Steve set to sparkle; Thompson backing revitalised Gerrard as Reds aim to build on Villa Park triumph. 914
Football: Rivals in no mood to be good neighbours. 199
Football: Rooney is ready to shine in derby. 362
Football: Ruthin aim to hit back. 185
Football: Souness: Duo starting to peak. 315
Football: Strugglers looking up. 297
Football: Thompson: We're up for it. 380
Football: TOUGH JOB FOR JOSEPH. 118
Football: TRAVEL SLICKNESS. 166
Football: Trio's home start; Caernarfon new faces tackle Town challenge. 524
Football: UNITED MUST WAIT FOR STAM PAY-OUT. 180
Football: WENGER: WE CAN BATTLE TO TITLE. 334
Football: Winning habit; Loan defender hopes it's fourth-time lucky. 667
From a semi in North Wales, this man cast out a cyber virus that spread to 42 countries. 1413
Fury at savage fishing cutback. 109
GOLF: Sam Torrance. 91
Gordonstoun places for four St David's girls. 208
Historic street gets facelift. 334
Hockey: Quilter gain cup verdict. 136
I cannot vote for carve-up says MP. 238
I'll help Everton get their dream home; North Wales businessman's pounds 30m pledge. 444
If you want it, just go for it. 153
It's great to have my little fighter home for Christmas; Mum's joy as daughter leaves hospital after 64th operation. 485
Jack Dee - L Jack's The ad; Jack Dee won the first Celebrity Big Brother but he was glad to escape to Siberia to miss Big Brother 3. Peter Elson finds out why. 1366
Judges refuse to increase killer's four-year jail term; Victim's mother outraged over decision by the Appeal Court. 673
Kids find Fame; LIFE imitates art in an all-singing festive family film that guarantees to have viewers dancing around their televisions. 721
Landfill site tenth worst in country. 283
late deals. 333
Life-saving gift from derby rival. 150
London market. 329
MacLachlan new Corus Colors chief. 145
Make your home your own. 288
Man found guilty of assault on girl at school. 359
Man lunged at gasman with kitchen knife. 259
Manweb praised for storm action despite four-day power cut; But MP hits out at company's response to emergency. 440
More TV cash for the richest clubs; Legal action by the EC could be worth millions. 514
Mother hit son. 100
NOT MY IDEA TO LEAVE JY PROG, SAYS VETERAN PRESENTER. 186
Oklahoma role dream come true; SCHOOLGIRL'S DANCING ON AIR AS MUSICAL WINS WEST END SLOT. 249
OUR VIEW: Softly, softly on burglars. 451
Overheard. 382
People. 843
plant of the week: Christmas rose. 346
POLLUTED; Firm poured human blood into river. 421
Prepare for war, PM warns armed forces. 302
Prepare to be bowled over. 313
Priest `shielded' by church over bomb. 679
Professionals head for Knowsley. 144
Professor is new BBC governor. 236
QUESTION TIME... Ten to test your TV knowledge. 239
Quiz Time; AFTER enjoying Christmas dinner - perhaps including homegrown brussels sprouts, parsnips and roast potatoes - put your feet up and test your gardening knowledge with this quiz. 374
Racing: Heaven sent Orders. 444
Retail merger on cards as Hunter moves in. 203
Round the globe in search of Welshmen. 184
Rugby Union: Brain eyes Tiger test. 235
Rugby Union: JASON RETURNS TO FLEECE CUP RIVALS. 331
Rugby Union: Local pride at stake in showdown. 572
Rugby union: Quinn joins defence. 264
Savage pair get two life sentences each; Bouncer married girlfriend to stop her giving evidence. 621
Sculpture to open children's eyes. 178
SEE YOU IN HELL; After infecting computers in 42 countries, `pagan' Llandudno cyber-virus mastermind tells followers:. 132
Shop Around the T own; CHRISTMAS shopping for most of us means fighting through crowds on the high street, jostling for space in shops and endless queues, before struggling home laden with bags in the cold and wet, exhausted. 880
SOAPBOX... 282
Soccer blast on TV rights. 88
Star Treatment; GETTING into the festive spirit this season does not necessarily translate into appearing reminiscent of a gaudy Christmas tree. 648
Tenoriaid Cymru yn dod swyn y Nadolig atoch. 290
The Cat of the Day; LIGHTNING flashed across the African sky and the thunder rumbled closer, a storm was coming and a big one. With miles of dirt road between us and the exit gate for Mkuzie National Park, South Africa, we decided an early finish to our day's birdwatching was called for. 948
Thief steals Samurai swords. 97
Top Table; WHEN family and friends gather for Christmas this year there should be a star attraction - the festive table. 577
Tribute concert for Beatles DJ. 82
Tune into Tradition; 14 ON a chilly January day in 1940, Irving Berlin - at that time, possibly America's best-loved songwriter - strode purposefully into his Broadway office. 752
Tycoon is guilty of sex attack. 95
UK shares in Baugur shopping basket. 310
Unique tidal records donated to museum. 120
We wish you a Merry (corporate) Christmas; Company cards increase Yuletide post workload. 453
What is spina bifida? 94
Why do they keep us in dark? 291
You love to watch young girls suffer; Judge's verdict in banning Satan-obsessed boy from Wales. 548
YOU SAID IT... Quotes of the week. 157

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