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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (March 14, 2002)

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'Fat cat' past of resort's crimebuster. 422
'Miss' creates Quidditch on playing field; Pupils love wizard new game. 351
'Poetry for the people; Poet Laureate Andrew Motion's mission to reach out to the public. 1293
'Spectator bit chunk from manager's ear'. 444
1,450 workers sacked. 98
10,000 police in reform lobby. 543
10,000 police stage Parliament protest. 442
400 jobs axed. 98
A Jubilee 'fireworks spectacular'. 346
A piece of history. 190
Abuse in the name of religion; ONE TO WATCH. 221
All roads lead to Roma as fighting Reds make point in grudge clash; BARCELONA . .0 LIVERPOOL . . .0. 1257
Amateurs in protest at theatre ban. 574
AMs on security alert after language protesters' raid. 337
ARAD moving to a new home; Farm & Country. 203
At the last; N Wales surrender Winter League. 654
ATP rules threaten tennis tournament. 632
Award-winning comedy a tragedy for life's losers; THEATRE REVIEW Dealer's Choice Clwyd Theatr Cymru. 237
Bailey's building bridge to success. 185
Big cheese comeback; Dairy delight at return of world-famous country show. 471
Blues closing in on Moyes. 474
Bobbies protest over 'policing on cheap'. 547
Brewery's profits fizz. 220
Brought to book; Peter Elson and Penny Fray find out which books are celebrity best-sellers and which ones will end up in the litter bin of literary history. 1737
Buoy racers roar in; Island bosses in talks over hosting powerboat contest. 470
BUSINESS FORUM SOLD OUT AGAIN. 161
Call for armed beat bobbies. 301
Captain marvel; Centurion Hussain's delight at fightback. 720
Changing times brings new role; New man at Southport. 383
Chaos as brawling tarnishes Rome tie; Roma . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Galatasaray . . . . . . . . .1. 223
Chester agree Ratcliffe settlement. 320
Choosing booking later on. 139
Clive's done; All Black Fitzpatrick: Woodward should lose his job, just as he would back home. 464
Cold spot. 166
Computer slowdown. 214
Conference held in bid to smash child prostitution. 226
CONVICTED MOTHER FACES EXECUTION. 201
Cornhill turnaround after profits surge. 266
Cracking good show; THEATRE The Man Who Cracked Unity Theatre. 289
Deal to save 11 jobs sewn up. 174
Disabled plea. 96
Disabled ride arena wins united support. 388
Discharge for man who stole from girlfriend. 279
Dock doubts. 237
Doctors still baffled by baby boy's death. 243
Don't call me a new Ferguson; Man in Blues' sights aims to make mark as boss in own right. 693
Don't waste any more time. 161
Double act's joy at win. 120
Double blow as firms plan to axe 400 jobs. 670
DOWN TO THE WIRE; BARCELONA . . . . . .0 LIVERPOOL . . . . . . .0 Battling Reds face crunch Roma showdown after Nou Camp draw. 345
Drug plea. 86
DRUIDS' CULT STATUS. 277
Eagle & Child's fate is nothing to joke about; TRUST THE POST. 444
Ferguson: Now let's go on and win the group; MAN UNITED . . . . . . . . .0 BAYERN MUNICH . . . . .0. 183
FILM CHOICE. 90
Finger on Pulse of investment. 194
Fireworks and music to mark the Jubilee. 358
Flint Town United . . . .5 Lex XI . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1. 96
Flying flag for Mersey beaches. 198
FLYING SCOTSMAN FLOTATION IS FULL STEAM AHEAD. 88
Forced to allow for bad debts. 362
Frantic mum slams envoys. 354
Fury of beach brigade. 176
Gascoigne weighs up Goodison future. 410
Get on-line to target your CV at employers. 490
Girl, 5, beats the experts. 173
GIRLS HEAD FOR SPACE. 124
Glut of badgers increases threat of TB; Farm & Country. 422
Golden Chance for Trouble. 427
Gough: Board taking gamble. 423
Grounded Phoenix hoping to rise again; Formula One. 293
Gunners worry as glory bid in balance. 257
Harold Brough. 80
HIGHLIGHTS. 149
Holyhead blow to Port title chances; Porthmadog . . . . . . . . .2 Holyhead Hotspur . . . .3. 84
Hopefuls' trial time. 184
HOW LIVERPOOL CAN GO THROUGH. 275
I couldn't do anything else; Kenwright reveals his anguish over sacking of 'honourable man' Walter. 1151
ICI set to demolish chemical row homes. 482
If you're not beating up old women then what's the problem with drugs?; POLICE CHIEF IN ASTONISHING NEW OUTBURST. 852
Inhumane. 83
Israel unleashes fire power. 125
It's never too late to treat yourself to a new lease of life; LIFELONG LEARNING Advertising feature. 960
It's time to stop all this monkeying about; TRUST THE POST. 463
Kouman cleared to talk to Albion; pounds 2 million plus deal too good to turn down. 597
League of his own. 189
Leah finds form beside seaside. 457
LEARNING FROM ROMAN LEGION. 161
LEEDS WORRY. 207
Llandudno . . . . . . . . . .1 Llanfairpwll . . . . . . . . .3. 99
London market. 279
Major breakthrough in fight against sick trade; Massive eggs haul in raid. 626
Marathon musician gives the Full Works. 370
Merging men and machines. 193
Merry dance. 207
Military Airbus at risk. 155
Mining giant's profits shrink. 251
MONTY OUT TO AVENGE DUBAI BLOW; Golf. 537
MOYES POISED FOR BLUES SWITCH. 460
MPs want inquiry into woman's death. 186
Mugabe victory has split Commonwealth Israelis tighten grip. 244
Mugabe victory has split Commonwealth. 485
NEWS ROUND-UP. 502
Nightclub destroyed. 99
No ban. 332
No restrictions for women members; Bill would put an end to second class status. 388
Nurses in jab attack on Blair. 242
Our hell at the hands of a maniac in a Merc; GERMAN PROFESSOR FINED FOR ROAD RAGE WHICH LEFT WOMAN IN TEARS. 461
Owen plans euro link with Ireland. 229
Parents want organ doctors disciplined; Call for 11 in Alder Hey scandal to face the court. 390
Pensioners could not escape burning home; Neighbours praise couple for help in the community. 425
Plan drawn up for any future FMD outbreaks; Farm & Country. 403
Police call on nature lovers to help tackle animal cruelty. 344
POLITICS DIGEST. 389
PRESCOTT PLAN LIES IN TATTERS; EXCLUSIVE Setback for Labour as private sector quits regional assembly. 751
PUP CUTS THE MUSTARD AT CRUFTS. 147
Ramble to port. 104
RED DRAGON. 119
Reds fans face sex assault charges. 178
Rescue plan to help save cash-strapped arts centre. 325
Retail park scheme replaces steelworks. 415
Rotherham Utd Res . . 3 Tranmere Res . . . . . . . 2. 124
Rovers battle to gritty victory; Youth watch. 240
Row over rowdy tenants. 324
School alert as fire rages through scrapyard. 304
School newshounds produce a paper. 132
Sentenced to death; Dog must be put down after biting two sisters. 460
SMITH RUES MISSED CHANCES. 420
Snatch mum. 92
Souness: It's up to us now. 198
Spectator bit chunk from manager's ear. 396
Stores plan at old steel plant. 170
STRAIT-JACKET SMITH COULD NOT ESCAPE. 631
THE FANS SPEAK OUT. 440
The fundamental issue of success; PASSING THOUGHTS. 838
The toughest job in writing; They are tomorrow's readers today, but writing books for children is not child's play, as Jill Tunstall discovers when she talks to writer Malachy Doyle. 1671
THEATRE; Lord of the Flies Chester Gateway. 250
Threat of massacres. 157
Three sought. 88
TIMING IS OPEN TO DOUBT - CHIEF. 321
Top chef Rhodes backs NFU leaflet; Farm & Country. 163
Traders' joy as hostels win reprieve from closure. 454
Train firms in the dock. 88
Union bid to keep care homes open. 555
United chase first place; Manchester Utd . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 Bayern Munich . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0. 372
United happy to shadow box; Champions League heavyweights decide to pull their punches until knockout stage. 698
US break for Mittal. 164
US hunt for stragglers. 81
VILLAGE CAMPAIGNERS DELIVER CART-LOAD OF PROTESTS ON DEVELOPMENT. 194
WDA aims to give 4,000 start-ups a helping hand. 401
We arm police at our peril; DAILY POST OUR VIEW. 397
Witness gagged at tribunal; Solicitors halt ex-union rep from giving full evidence at auditor's dismissal battle. 493
Woman weeps over rape trial deadlock. 257
Workers in a jam for six hours a month. 446
Workers' bombshell as Smiths axe 1,450 jobs. 372
World Cup Countdown. 261
YELLOW FEVER. 194
Young and old play part in Bala success. 258

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