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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (January 12, 2002)

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'Arrogant bullies' are sent to jail. 230
'Car crawl' protest over village housing boom. 319
'Cursed bracelet' hammer attack man walks free. 519
'Tell us more about summit complex plan'. 373
700 mourn fishing trip father and son. 199
A bungalow bargain; HOMES. 105
A CLASS ACT; FOOD AND DRINK - DAILY POST TASTE TEST: Glyn Mon Hughes at The Manor, Greasby. 1049
A farmhouse with Georgian charm; HOMES. 281
A mother instead of a lover; Saskia Wickham has left Peak Practice far behind but she's right back in the place where her Derbyshire doctor loved and lost for her latest role in Stig of the Dump. Graham Keal met her on location. 631
A precious 'mistake'. 88
ALDER HEY : UNIVERSITY UNDER FIRE; Parents' solicitor demands answers to organs allegations. 389
AMs are here to discuss our domestic affairs - not Afghanistan; MP attacks Cardiff Bay 'talking shop'. 428
Ardoyne police unit ready for action. 262
Arsonist watched as shop burned. 166
Author's old school has its own happy ending. 574
Be quick to catch this family house; HOMES. 156
Belfast schools step up security. 256
Bellway close to deal for new regional office. 135
Bid to spot disasters. 98
BIG DAY FOR SCHOOLBOY KARATE HOPEFUL. 122
Blues are becoming band of brothers; Club to fight FA charge. 673
BOND'S BACK WITH USUAL SUSPECTS. 139
Books the best sellers. 149
Bryan's still buzzing around the world at 82. 414
Carey comeback; Skipper returns looking to lift Red Dragons relegation gloom. 679
Challinor move. 237
Childhood Cancer Day. 104
Children meditate on top class GCSEs. 552
City transfer targets snubbed. 403
Cloud over Quay; Fears for vital Deeside clash. 450
Cole: I had to call it quits. 328
Comic jailed. 80
Cottage has a blend of old and new; HOMES. 227
COURT CROWD HURLS ABUSE; Heavy police presence as Mabel accused is remanded. 464
Cup tie violence arrests. 274
Cyfle i ddiolch am gymorth a gafwyd. 234
D-day for Bowyer; Football. 103
Demand is high on the riverbank; HOMES. 320
diary; Gardening club. 189
Dilley tips for Flintoff. 187
DOCTOR ADMITS BITING HIS WIFE'S FACE; 'I thought I would die before police arrived'. 517
DORINDA McCANN. 839
Driving range hits legal wrangle. 204
Drop in US visitors hits cash spent in Britain. 165
Drug-carrying grandad panicked. 276
Eatwell dines on good news. 94
Embassies 'targets of al-Qaida'. 107
Er gwell neu er gwaeth, wrth i gariad bregus arwain at yr allor. 400
Euro means holiday homes reign in Spain; HOMES. 368
Ex-club manager convicted of sex attacks on girl. 298
Exclusive townhouses with a touch of luxury; HOMES. 338
fantasy dinner: Shelagh McLeod; FOOD AND DRINK. 528
FAST FORWARD / Ymlaen; Your guide to what's coming up on the soaps. 372
Faults in new sewage works caused beach test failures. 365
Fears for missing girl, 15. 143
FILM CHOICE / Ffilmiau; Pick of the films on TV this week. 1011
Fire chief at centre of web porn riddle. 538
FIT AND FEISTY OR THE VALLEY VAMP?; Over 60 does not mean over the hill, as Margaret in the BBC Wales drama series Belonging shows. Liz Davies talks to Gwen Taylor who plays her. 706
Foot-and-mouth crisis 'shameful'. 163
FOOTBALL. 188
FOOTBALL. 112
Frozen Time; Books. 830
FYMARN. 263
GB Great Barrier rief; Countryside. 522
Glass firm probe man on bail. 199
Glass firm sheds 19 jobs as orders drop; Blow comes less than a year after major shake-up. 341
Goodbye to the Glen; Richard Briers is bowing out as the laird in the popular Monarch of the Glen. Phil Gould talks to the actor who shot to fame 27 years ago in The Good Life. 837
GRANTS WILL HELP TURN BOAT MUSEUM INTO PREMIER TOURIST ATTRACTION. 246
Grieve on your own terms; COPING WITH BEREAVEMENT Advertising feature. 519
Halifax predicts future health in housing market. 152
HAMMAM HANDED WALKABOUT BAN. 310
Harass case man jailed. 107
He's not joking now; Clubland comedian is given six months for pounds 20,000 DSS fiddle. 365
Her world's a stage; In the first of a new series of Portreadau, actress Maureen Rhys talks about her life and love of the stage. Liz Davies finds out what it was that inspired her. 930
Hero of the Titanic. 237
His Sporting Life; PEOPLE. 1697
Holiday Indoors; Gardening club. 667
Home is where the relatives are for elderly; HOMES. 152
How cabinet spun health reforms. 284
In shape for the sun; PAUSE/PLAY Seibiant/Chwarae. 783
IN THE FRAME - Geoffrey Palmer; SUNDAY. 241
IN THE FRAME - Gillian Taylforth; TUESDAY. 235
IN THE FRAME - Katy Hill; WEDNESDAY. 232
IN THE FRAME - Pierce Brosnan; SATURDAY. 269
IN THE FRAME - Sally Phillips; FRIDAY. 231
IN THE FRAME - Sir Tom Courtenay; MONDAY. 236
IN THE FRAME Eva Pope; THURSDAY. 237
Islanders ready to shine; Rugby League. 473
Joy for hundreds of Jaguar workers. 321
Labour on a knife edge as councillor revolts. 466
late deals; TRAVEL. 306
Lawrence runs riot; Athletics. 145
LEAGUE OF WALES. 151
LOCKETT RUES CALZAGHE MOVE; Boxing. 408
London market. 353
Lure to doctors. 274
Luxury apartments are now available at a bargain price; HOMES. 459
Man feared attack victim was prowler. 560
Man is bailed over theft. 159
Man jailed for killing. 91
MASSIVE VICTORY EASED PRESSURE. 507
MAT FINISH FLOORS RIVALS; South Africa Open Golf. 482
Matalan steadies as sales increase. 315
McCoy's jumping for joy; Racing. 262
MERSEY MULTI-MEDIA SITE WILL OPEN DOORS FOR YOUNG HOPEFULS. 153
Modest party a wise choice. 424
Mold enjoy an upswing in fortunes; North Wales Rugby Union. 633
Motors bid for revenge. 121
New Gateway; HOMES. 89
NEW Zealand successfully defended only 199 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. 111
New-look museum ready for the public. 331
Nia yn awchu am y cyfle i holi a stilio; Nia Roberts - darlledwraig. 772
Nicol to join the American revolution. 256
notes; Countryside. 237
Old foes collide in top cup meeting. 193
Orrell fired up; Rugby Union :Kerfoot misses out but team is set for victory. 648
Out Of The Blue. 367
Over 100 jobs to go as jam factory closes. 477
Overheard / Sibrydion. 575
Parents' despair at the sound of silence. 705
Park plans unveiled; HOMES. 141
Park primed for win; Rugby Union Preview. 237
Photos hidden for 50 years in an attic bring the dockers' umbrella back to life; Last manager Harry Rostron's archives found in son's loft. 893
PICK OF THE DAY; FRIDAY. 341
PICK OF THE DAY; MONDAY. 317
PICK OF THE DAY; SATURDAY. 312
PICK OF THE DAY; SUNDAY. 348
PICK OF THE DAY; THURSDAY. 357
PICK OF THE DAY; TUESDAY. 344
PICK OF THE DAY; WEDNESDAY. 351
PIGION Y DYDD; FRIDAY. 304
PIGION Y DYDD; MONDAY. 303
PIGION Y DYDD; SATURDAY. 290
PIGION Y DYDD; SUNDAY. 329
PIGION Y DYDD; THURSDAY. 302
PIGION Y DYDD; TUESDAY. 315
PIGION Y DYDD; WEDNESDAY. 305
PIGION Y PLANT; MONDAY. 86
PIGION Y PLANT; THURSDAY. 96
Pike back in swim. 87
Pirate films charges. 80
Platini: Red stay can give Anelka Korea guidance; Legend backs striker to be World Cup hit. 701
Poole set for splash landing. 256
pounds 90m plan to revamp garden festival site. 514
Pressure point; Cricket. 151
Pupils' 'day trip' driver escapes jail. 568
Q: What do Princess Caroline of Monaco and a Scouser have in common? A: They're both snappy dressers; Lacoste guru reveals that Europe's royalty wear same brand as Liverpool youths. 1082
question of the week; Gardening club. 124
Quinn wants to stand and deliver. 375
Radiographers and Trust to talk. 236
Railtrack plan 'not credible'. 146
Reds seek Sinclair price cut. 534
Relief on way from flooding misery. 207
Richards rules out Button bid; Formula One. 223
Riedle back in action. 139
Rocket Man Was A Teaboy; Books. 1038
Rovers ready for Cardiff challenge; FanScene. 313
Search for missing persons. 209
Sharps is set; Delight over new contract. 556
Show home is open; HOMES. 182
SHOW POKES FUN AT FASHION. 122
SKIING. 151
Slowdown in housing market. 149
Something for everyone; HOMES. 169
Standing battle on. 161
Stats show a year of struggle; FanScene. 510
Steve relishes his new role at Redrow; HOMES. 201
STREET LIFE; TRAVEL. 834
Tackle your rent debts, council told. 410
Talking about your grief can help ease it. 179
The Browns lay Jennifer to rest. 371
THE WEEK IN VIEW. 527
the witches who cast their spells during the winter months; Gardening club. 419
Third degree as Brits view meeting; Tennis :Henman and Rusedski set to clash Down Under. 617
Tougher task for in-form Northwich. 266
TRAIN DISASTER RELATIVES ANGRY AS HART GETS FIVE YEARS. 418
Trial fears for Briton. 100
Triangle deal close. 95
Turgeonev to strike. 372
Two badly hurt in A55 collision. 224
Two dead in horror on the Underground. 334
Two facing 12 charges. 124
University silent on organs scandal; MP puts on pressure for inquiry findings to be made public. 385
Van's the man for United boss; Striker the 'obvious choice' for player of month award. 581
Video thrills the rugby star; Rugby Union. 536
Village PO raider jailed. 172
Violent burglars are terrorising elderly. 511
VIRGIN BOSS ON FLYING VISIT TO SHOWPIECE STATION. 147
Wales's saucy secrets are no longer taboo. 379
We won't repeat Busby fallout when Ferguson quits - Kenyon. 358
weekend walk; Countryside. 466
Welsh decline is far worse than rest of UK. 374
Wenger's hopes hit by triple ban blow. 298
What Peter did was great but I'll show him no mercy today; Stubbs reveals his debt to Reid. 710
What your house says about you; HOMES. 930
When it comes to flavour and cheese the emphasis has to be on quality rather than quantity; FOOD AND DRINK - FINE FOODS. 456
Widow, 84, robbed for second time in just three weeks; Police say crime was 'cruel and despicable'. 412
Wife bitten. 94
WILL YOU MARRY ME? - BUT ONLY AFTER THE WORLD CUP OF COURSE. 193
Without Owen Reds fire blanks. 588
Woman lied her way to pounds 20,000. 247
Woodland showpiece. 817
Writs via TV to bin Laden for damages. 243

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