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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (February 20, 2002)

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'Greedy' solicitor struck off for BSE incinerator fiddle. 495
'It is better to be stuck to the roller rather than to the road' A look at new gadgets and gizmos by Steve Wilkinson, senior partner with Deloitte & Touche. 632
'Ladyboy' ad rapped. 87
'Shooting' paras home. 90
'We believe you have to be passionate about your products and your clients'. 392
[0] Company ready to step in if postmen strike. 170
A GLOBAL LEADER IN THE FIELD OF TELECOM SERVICES. 397
A harsh reminder of what is required by Blues. 829
A leader and an innovator. 417
A powerful, poetic voice. 207
Action likely over tragic Victoria. 418
Advice is essential in choosing a mortgage; Advertising feature PERSONAL FINANCE - the independent view. 583
Advisors can point the way to success; Advertising feature SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES. 520
Air crisis today, gone tomorrow?; DAILY POST OUR VIEW. 392
Anyone who thinks subsidies go into my pocket to buy another bot tle of champagne is living in cloud cuckoo land; One year after the outbreak of the disease the Duke of Westminster talks to Rural Affairs Editor Andrew Forgrave about his foot-and-mouth nightmare, the Government's response and his big money reputation. 1791
Argentine's strike denies Rovers win; OLDHAM ATH . . . 1 TRANMERE RVS . 1 Draw is fair but Tranmere need more away victories. 776
Arriva rapped for saying it was 'efficient'. 110
Asda gains another million. 264
Ashton: I smoked pot; Cannabis did nothing for me, says NW health chief. 472
ATHLETICS. 152
Bail Wales out - Tories. 326
Ballet in memory of tragic Princess. 226
BANGOR ASK FANS OVER SWITCH TO ENGLAND; EXCLUSIVE. 348
Beat this. 147
Bike dealer revving up. 117
Borrowing levels come to roost in telecoms; Share watch. 818
Bosses getting tough on 'aggressive' beggars. 422
BOWLS. 82
Brain-injured karate woman in pounds 1m claim. 187
BRIT PAIR HAPPY WITH RESULT; Winter Olympics. 311
Broadest definition for electronic trading; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 82
Button's booster. 142
Call made for asylum centre meeting. 154
Carey laid low by new setback; Skipper faces third ban. 545
Carsley eyes derby return. 333
CARSLEY THRUST INTO DERBY. 309
Chapter and verse. 84
Chief 's job began and ended in controversy; Turbulent three-year term is over for Norman Bettison. 1155
Clubs to benefit from new reshuff le; On Court. 346
Community bank buys permanent base. 124
Company ready to step in if postmen strike. 170
COMPETITORS SAY CHEESE AS CITY REVIVES ROMAN STREET COMPETITION. 160
Council members in grants charges. 165
Council set to consider 7.5pc rise in tax bills. 165
County show will definitely go on. 405
Coventry society's website pays dividends. 148
Crabtree & Evelyn puts technology to the test; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 291
DENTIST BANS CJD PARENTS; Family are barred - even though they pose no risk. 740
Derby date off island. 124
Distiller goes back in the black. 120
Dock pub's bitter taste of success; Landlord brews up three beers in cellars of the Baltic Fleet. 1005
Dogfight for the budget flyers. 682
Elephant creams off moisturiser. 172
Enjoy the view of the Strand. 264
Enterprise agency has become a real success story. 383
Euro vote 'next year'. 114
Evident. 97
Faye beats illness to launch new record run; Athletics. 265
Ferguson: United stars thrive on high pressure. 326
FILM CHOICE. 86
firms prosper world economy; SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES. 577
FirstGroup looks at the American way of travel. 364
Flexsys Cefn Druids 1 Porthmadog 1. 102
Flood warnings. 98
Global loses Burger King. 116
Good Samaritan was a cannabis courier. 476
GOVERNMENT HAS DESIGNS ON BOOSTING BRITISH FASHION. 169
Green projects are recognised; GROUNDWORK MERSEYSIDE 21 AWARDS Advertising feature. 534
Hanson pushes on with back to basics drive. 135
Health authority at bottom of 'league'. 578
Help to bring Victoria home. 228
Hi-tech Godspell revival a glorious mess; THEATRE Godspell Liverpool Playhouse. 434
Hi-tech slump hits Brammer. 93
HIGHLIGHTS. 152
HOULLIER AWARE OF SIR ALEX THOUGHTS. 314
Improved transport vital. 202
In business to help in an uncertain; SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES Advertising feature. 500
India attracting call centre jobs. 187
INJURY-HIT STAR AIMS FOR LATE CHANCE; Cricket. 373
Inquiry refusal blasted. 345
Inseparable to the end; They shared this home for over half a century . . . on Sunday these devoted sisters died there less than an hour apart. 576
Interest rates likely to rise slowly, warns Sir Edward. 316
Introducing Deloitte & Touche's Nifty Fifty. 217
INVENTOR AIMS FOR TEE-TIME BREAK. 219
Is there anybody there who remembers me?; e-clips technology news. 926
Jackie at the helm; Table tennis. 136
Just how healthy is our NHS?; ONE TO WATCH. 242
Just what will e-Government mean for the city of Liverpool?; It's time to change the 'silo thinking' attitude. 1261
K&C Leisure planning hotel development at business park. 535
Keane: We've been living in past; United's Euro wake-up call. 903
Keeper Price is Plough cup hero; Wrexham Sunday League. 242
Key battles at Anfield. 221
Kirkland on hand for Euro call. 318
Late agony for Linnets; Burscough . . . . . . . . . . 0 Accrington Stanley . . . 1. 127
LATE GOAL THWARTS GUNNERS; Bayer Leverkusen . . . . 1 Arsenal . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1. 258
Leaders stay on track to win title; Squash. 317
Leeds police to help out at match. 398
LEN CAPELING. 198
LEN CAPELING. 139
Let's champion the survivors who weathered the technology storm. 739
Link road project 'vital for business'. 222
Littlewoods to provide online and digital services. 304
Logica to run Wimpey's IT in pounds 17m deal. 203
London market. 344
Look into my eyes today and achieve your life's desires; Uri Geller's unique experiment in North Wales . . . 488
Look to bricks and mortar instead of struggling to live on a pension; Advertising feature PERSONAL FINANCE - the independent view. 370
Looking good despite everything; The tragic events of September 11 cast a shadow over the global business community. But with the latest indicators from the USA suggesting that Stateside the economy is now recovering, what is the outlook for the rest of the world? Here we take a look at the prospects for North Wales and Cheshire in 2002. 1161
Low pay and low house prices. 396
Loyalty is the reward for service. 416
Lucescu: They've got edge. 222
Man guilty of murdering drinking pal. 324
Master black belt Miller to spearhead efficiency drive. 363
Mayflower on the up. 252
Millionaire tells of family ordeal in terror raid. 337
Minister has pounds 40m education 'carrot'. 329
ML estimates $1bn market for new anti-Aids product. 394
More time to quiz Muslim. 112
Mother accused of killing sons. 278
MP in pensions tragedy warning. 281
Music to my ears. 235
My crusade to save village post offices; Plaid AM vows to protect the rural way of life. 486
Mystery of man's murderer. 193
Natasha's dramatic entrance. 193
New initiative will enable SMEs to tap into resources of region's larger companies. 240
New Mind hosts US film crew. 358
No danger. 120
No publicity please, it might frighten the visitors; Talk from THE TOWN BROCKLEBANK. 398
No return to bad old days. 251
Nothing ventured, nothing gained in taking that risk; Cindy Cahill, Enterprise Risk Services partner at Deloitte & Touche, explains why e-Business risk management is a necessary part of the management mix. 610
On-line clinic on Monday. 121
Our technological resource can lead the way in a global market; Damian Sanders, audit and assurance partner with Deloitte & Touche, explains why there is no excuse for Merseyside to be left behind in hi-tech world. 1088
Paras say farewell. 137
Paris connection will enhance bridal range. 387
Peaceful priory that sheltered a killer; David Charters visits the brooding ruin which has played host to kings and paupers and even the spectre of an Edwardian lady dresed in black. 1058
Pentwyn Splicers spins the e-business yarn; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 328
Police chief to quit force. 197
POLITICS NEWS IN BRIEF. 223
pounds 1 2m Lottery cash for library computers. 206
pounds 60m rescue package for air traffic control. 398
PRESSURE NO BOTHER - SIR ALEX. 303
Prison chaplain jailed for pounds 21k benefit fraud. 533
Profits slide warning at Fortis. 110
Protest at this Park plan. 288
QUEEN ASKED TO DO THE HONOURS FOR AIRPORT TERMINAL. 147
Queen visits Yardie crime kingdom. 178
RAF's second Hawk down; EXCLUSIVE How jet curse struck TWICE in North Wales skies Pilot averts disaster 24 hours before Anglesey crash. 1644
Rent-a-nurse company with a healthy growth record; The Jane Lewis Nursing Agency puts its expansion down to being more than just a supplier of trained nurses. Joint managing director Nick Hodson talked to David Jones. 1261
Rope Walks space available as Number 10 is completed. 534
SCHOOLS MAKE ST DAVID'S DAY MUSIC FOR OUR HOSPICE APPEAL. 273
Schools told: Do your sums and give us back your leftovers. 337
SFI group aiming for 20pc of high street bars market. 223
Sharps Tony. 455
Siuil on the upgrade. 357
Skills drive to hang on to top-level engineering jobs. 538
Sky and ITV. 153
Solicitor struck off for bogus BSE claims. 449
Star out of the shadows. 224
Stay-at-home habits may cause pubs to call time. 477
Steel bosses accuse Blair of risking jobs; Support for Mittal deal sparks fury in industry. 653
Steel chief demands apology from Blair. 335
Steve Brauner. 442
Strangled girl made last call. 197
Taking the mystique out of e-business; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE BT: Simple steps to help small manufacturing companies enjoy benefits of technology. 392
Tax incentives can help your profits; David Beech, corporate tax partner, Deloitte & Touche examines the tax implications for businesses. 546
Teddy bears on the march across the world. 373
Teenager killed in skiing accident. 330
Terror of campsite rifle trio. 258
Teyrnged i un o hoff ysgolheigion ein cenedl; adolygiadau gan. 918
Thackray bidding for Welsh monopoly. 198
The Diary. 481
The Key to Success. 347
The real tragedy facing farmers; A year on from the foot-and-mouth outbreak Andrew Forgrave, Rural Affairs Editor, looks at those thrust into the spotlight by the disaster. 1449
The time my life fell apart. 1098
Time is right to capitalise; Thompson eyes chance for Reds to make ground. 713
Today's challenge, tomorrow's promise; Jon Shaw, Director of Corporate Finance, Deloitte & Touche summaries the challenges facing businesses in today's fluctuating markets. 709
Tower block site check. 92
Training school to beat cyber crime. 491
Vital win pulls City clear of drop zone; Nuneaton Boro . . . . . . 1 Chester City . . . . . . . . 3. 274
Watson happy to take a point. 409
We need pounds 250,000 to avoid island disaster; Bardsey's SOS as housing crisis casts doubt over future. 455
Welsh must be more relevant. 361
Wife finds farmer shot dead in field. 419
Will we really party like it's 1977?; In Wales some celebrated the Queen's Silver Jubilee with enormous enthusiasm while others carefully ignored the event. Ian Parri looks at how people today will view the Golden Jubilee celebrations. 1677
Woodland eyesore becomes a beauty spot; VOLUNTEERS CLEAN UP THE WORST UNOFFICIAL RUBBISH DUMP IN WALES. 381
WORKERS MOURN AS LAST FIESTA LEAVES LINE AT GIANT FORD PLANT. 209
World trade slide takes its toll from Mersey Docks. 519
Wright signs a new deal. 151
YOU WON'T RATTLE REDS; Hyypia vows to beat Turkish dirty tricks. 532

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