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

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'Odious' BNP launch anti-asylum campaign. 629
'SCAREMONGERING' STUDENTS UNION CONDEMNED. 287
'Smart' passports may be here in four years. 413
21st-century Othello. 294
24 years of success ends. 209
60 jobs on the line at machine tool company. 346
A knowledgeable mind will ensure your success. 284
Achieve your goals; Advertising feature TEACHER TRAINING. 126
AFFLECK RIDES THE AIRWAVES. 464
Aiming to take away the pain; my first step to success Barbara Dixon, Dentist. 589
Appeal judge upholds clean break settlement. 420
Arafat under fresh attack. 99
Art collection breaks record. 96
Backpackers 'fire target'. 122
Bennett bags three; Junior football. 130
Best of both worlds at bilingual college. 248
Bigger seats are a tall order for fliers; Passenger loses legroom claim against tour firm. 726
Blank Reds left as dogged Turks with Hell to pay keep slate clean; LIVERPOOL 0 GALATASARAY 0. 1029
Blind school Lottery bid snubbed a second time. 505
Blues in link with wantaway Wallwork. 302
Boksic targets tally. 230
Bramhall tour call. 222
Branson pounds 1.35bn order major boost for Airbus; Virgin chief backs 'phenomenal new aircraft'. 549
BRANSON'S pounds 1.35bn ORDER HUGE BOOST FOR AIRBUS WORKFORCE. 186
Business as usual. 358
Business pledge. 118
Campbell clear to compete at last. 160
Churchman admits sexual harassment; But canon said to be happy with outcome of private hearing. 480
City flats plan gets go-ahead. 169
Coke war Britons to go free. 280
Collingwood swings win for England; Cricket Comeback after rout. 909
Conductor for special occasion; CLASSICAL RLPO Philharmonic Hall. 271
Consumer debt still mounting. 272
COOMBER GRABS BRONZE IN BLIZZARD; Winter Olympics. 420
Council owes me pounds 2.7m for ruining my late father's business; Disabled man vows to fight to the end for justice. 445
Council tax set to rise nearly 8pc. 209
Councillor told: Get rid of your dog, or leave flat. 374
Countdown. 218
Credit card firms agree to crackdown on advertising. 510
D-day for skipper in punch storm; Rugby Union. 383
Dealers are still out in the cold; Farm and Country - In my view. 390
Deficit at record high. 146
Delays nightmare on A55. 138
Dining partner knifed to death. 281
Directors buy shares. 108
DISTRICT ESTATES SELLS OFF CASTLE ST HEADQUARTERS. 208
Dome raid 'gofer' jailed. 92
Don't divide our national game. 1032
Dream part after brush with death. 367
Economic renaissance. 80
EGYPTIAN RAIL DISASTER CLAIMS ALMOST 400 LIVES. 264
Enter a caring occupation with high standards. 400
Experts research economy. 175
Extreme. 136
Eye wonder. 135
Fear over too many students. 201
Feud brother denies knife death threat. 475
Fewer applicants seek place at JMU. 576
FILM CHOICE. 104
FOOTBALL. 168
FOOTBALL. 120
Ford's last car at plant. 91
French student gets jail for crash death. 325
Fun and games. 193
Funding will help you to be the best; Advertising feature TEACHER TRAINING. 480
Geldof in Omagh appeal. 303
Government 'insults' parish councils. 113
Graveyard bid for island where saints are buried. 411
Harold Brough. 95
Hawks couldn't be safer. 203
HIGHLIGHTS. 139
Home-grown success that's ignored in Wales; Made in Wales is the must-have label for foodies around the world. With waiting lists to rival those of designer handbags other nations have undoubtedly got the taste for Welsh produce. But what about the home market asks Jill Tunstall. 1465
Houston tackles problem; Garry has another op. 387
How errors compounded effects of foot-and-mouth; Farm and Country. 465
How MP kept dream of saving historic beer alive for just pounds 1. 543
How to become a Master in your chosen profession. 206
Hung council forced into power reshuffle. 457
I have gone six weeks without a drink. Now I'm ready to launch my fightback; EXCLUSIVE Tory AM Rod Richards on his battle against alcoholism, his future and the book that will rock Welsh politics. 1313
I've been stupid in the past - Mills. 327
Inciting murder charge. 149
Interfering. 130
IT'S IN THE BALANCE; Reds Euro hopes on brink as Gerrard faces derby gloom. 408
It's time for real magic; LEN CAPELING'S EURO VERDICT. 377
JAILED BUSMAN WAS HALF BLIND; Judge 'surprised' that firm let him drive crashed school bus. 866
Jailed school bus crash driver is half-blind. 397
Jobcentre is place to go. 153
Juniors on the campaign trail. 470
Just dreaming of a good night's sleep?; PASSING THOUGHTS. 885
Killer's father says his son should hang. 472
LARGE AIR SEAT IS A TALL ORDER; Lawsuit may force airlines to give six footers more space. 733
Lawyer's boyhood steam dream comes true at last; Solicitor's pounds 200,000 labour of love to put a giant back on track. 958
Live with it. 311
London market. 282
Mabbutt's hope for Afghans. 336
Man denies stabbing partner. 154
Man pointed air rifle at children. 218
Meeting fails to break Kings Dock deadlock; Council accused of dodging questions over development. 464
Merseyside area among poorest in Britain. 259
MERSEYSIDE SOCCER STARS FACE COURTS. 128
Minister attacks teachers' red tape. 161
Mouldy bundle proved to be the original deeds. 453
MP has headed campaign. 193
NETBALL. 145
New skipper still in love with golf. 658
NIGHT FEVER RETURNS. 453
No incinerator. 90
No new regional assembly buildings. 361
No risk, this show really is wonderful; OPERA Opera North The Lowry. 311
Old guard hailed. 214
On course to provide vital training. 319
Our good name is invaluable; DAILY POST OUR VIEW. 375
Passengers hurt. 95
Pierce pounces to fire up Rhyl. 231
Poor Woods crashes out; World Match Play Golf. 216
Premier club top job for Shankly old boy. 561
Pretentious, moi ?; Factory Records, the HaUienda club, Manchester, Granada TV - Anthony H Wilson is synonymous with them all. As the feature film 24-Hour Party People puts him in the spotlight, Angie Sammons meets the entrepreneur who the world either loves or hates. 2032
Price rise caution. 114
Profligate Reds kick themselves as Galatasaray make their point; LIVERPOOL 0 GALATASARAY 0. 863
Protest victory. 132
PULL OF EUROPE STILL DRAWS PLAYERS; LoWdown. 396
Queen's banquet hit by power cut. 123
Reckitt betters target. 184
Remember those cries of 'any old Italian?' TRUST THE POST. 434
Restaurant diner stabbed to death. 233
Riot over rubbish. 176
Rise to the challenge of becoming a teacher. 323
Road to nowhere; Business leaders fear trade will be hit by A55 'chaos'. 724
Roberts is rocking for date at Brighton. 292
Rovers stress the positive; Results show club making significant progress. 349
RURAL BATTLE LEADER GETS HIS CBE. 120
Rush to join culture group. 86
Ruud conjures up twist in tale; NANTES . . . . .1 MAN UTD . . . .1 Van Nistelrooy keeps cool to rescue United from the penalty spot in dying moments. 706
Ruud in spat; Nantes 1 Man Utd 1 United star shocked by tunnel row. 516
SCHOOLS TUNE UP WITH SPECIAL EFFORT TO RAISE FUNDS FOR HOSPICE. 215
Services to get share of pounds 12m pot. 135
Shacklady miss. 150
Skateboard park gets cash grant. 127
SKI PLAN FOR SNOWDONIA; Exclusive: Huge leisure complex will create 700 jobs. 519
Ski plan unveiled. 361
SMITH EYES WALLWORK BID. 302
Son given 'heirloom' after nine decades. 462
Songs galore in epic production; MUSICAL Her Benny Liverpool Empire. 352
Stadium go-ahead. 168
Standing ovation for mum who had baby during show. 497
Success was a snip for Herbert; my first step to success Herbert Howe, Hairdresser. 573
Sunny spells imminent, especially in Southport; TRUST THE POST. 414
Teenagers top up the Deeside challenge; Netball. 337
Test passed. 85
Top gymnast quits classroom over 'jealous bullies'. 616
Tories call on Hart to quit over Assembly HQ fiasco. 320
Toughest job for the police; ONE TO WATCH. 243
Trevor Peake. 440
TUC boss backs MP. 173
Two more join the chase for Intertoto. 203
Tyne runs out; Ginola sees his Geordie dream end. 1076
Veterans ready; Golf. 161
Warning words. 315
Waste not. 103
WATERLOO WONDER WHAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN; IN TOUCH. 433
We'll bounce back, vows bank executive. 209
We're too busy to make conver ts, we just want to be good hosts; Salk Lake City is synonymous with the Mormon Church. Former Daily Post Journalist Ian Otterson tells Emma Bird how church volunteers are helping Olympic spectators enjoy their time in the city. 941
Welsh pressure group in court protest drama. 475
Why a new Yorke must abide by the team ethic. 798
Why Ken Dodd is finding out what makes us laugh in North Wales. 353

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