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

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'I'll take on Blair over student fees' Rhodri pledges to keep up campaign. 483
'I'm sorry for tunnel smash'. 347
'Let me die with dignity' DISABLED WOMAN'S PLEA TO HUMAN RIGHTS COURT. 225
'Wasted opportunity' of Euro-aid from Objective 1. 581
Act now or lose out; PERSONAL FINANCE - the independent view Advertising feature. 473
Adrodd y gwir am Richard Burton; adolygiadau gan. 864
ALL THE WAY; LIVERPOOL .2 ROMA . . . . .0 Thompson: We can win it. 230
Amey shares slump. 284
Architects of the world, this could be your big chance; Neil Hodgson watches North Wales and Liverpool set out their stalls in front of the world's property professionals. 1502
ARTIST'S SPLASH OF COLOUR GIVES MOVEMENT TO CITY SCENE. 158
Balanced view. 272
Bardsey cemetery plan. 305
Beatles show doubt. 271
BECKHAM DEAL CLOSE. 338
Before you commit, invest in some advice; PERSONAL FINANCE - the independent view Advertising feature. 551
Berger calls time on Czech career. 401
Bertelsmann pulls out of bid for remaining RTL shares. 289
Blades boss to escape action. 208
BNP to stand for election; Three candidates fight for Merseyside and Cheshire. 325
Bryant helps boost Taylor Woodrow profits. 229
Calendar forger escapes jail term. 469
Call a rescue helicopter - our train's broken down; Vital parts sent in by air. 419
Call for businesses to back young entrepreneurs. 329
Call to rethink welfare state. 293
Campaigning priest's move will be city's loss; Talk from THE TOWN BROCKLEBANK. 395
Canal plunge tragedy woman named by police. 296
Chelsea boost as Hasselbaink cleared by FA; Taricco blames media for his guilty verdict. 518
Chester eye swoop for Celtic's Peacock. 205
CHINESE MAGIC MAY CURE STADIUM'S CHANGING ROOM JINX. 234
CITY THEATRE UNDER THREAT; EXCLUSIVE Massive bill for Neptune improvements. 505
Cloudy picture for TV giants. 308
Council's big success of new school buildings. 259
Criminal insult. 97
Danny fearing Gazza revenge. 249
Dark clouds lifting over aviation. 122
Dazzling dancing and all that jazz; THEATRE Chicago Liverpool Empire. 320
Doctor cleared of eight sex assaults; Jury still out on remaining 13 charges. 337
Don't forget the ticks. 485
Double for Leadbetter; Runcorn FC Halton . . . 3 Hyde United . . . . . . . . . 1. 236
Drive for more gas engineers. 130
Druids stun Lilywhites; Rhyl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Flexsys Cefn Druids . 2. 254
Eidos facing up to shortfall in revenues. 165
Enterprise profits and turnover soar. 230
Ex-royal aide to challenge murder conviction. 193
Factory chemical alert; Safety probe after hot resin spills from machine. 381
Fall in inflation cuts fear of rise in interest rates. 443
Farmer left flock to die; RSPCA found 37 sheep abandoned in the snow. 474
Ferguson hails his pros; BOAVISTA . . . . . . . . . .0 MAN UNITED . . . . . . .3. 219
FERGUSON READY TO DO BATTLE; BOAVISTA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 MAN UNITED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3. 348
Festival highlight. 181
First Lift provides backing for aspiring developers. 435
Food plant plan for Conwy Valley. 251
Friends meet at the pier. 81
FSA may stop proposed tie up of two members of accounting's Big Five. 406
GIBRALTAN MINISTER BRINGS BATTLE OVER SOVEREIGNTY TO WALES. 200
GINOLA GIVEN GOODISON BOOST. 360
Guard in benefit fraud. 96
GUS grows in US with pounds 91m deal. 179
Hairdressers in centre of Bangor available to rent. 168
Hammer murderer exposed by ex-wife. 467
Hanged student 'had everything to live for'. 192
Health care plan. 152
Hidden history of New York; ONE TO WATCH. 180
High quality offices are ready for occupation. 117
HIGHLIGHTS. 194
HOLMES DELIGHT AT McILROY NOD. 547
Honours even in basement battle; Marine . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Colwyn Bay . . . . . . . . . 1. 229
Hope fades as Posh outclass poor Tranmere; PETERBORO' . . . 5 TRANMERE . . . . . 0 Thrashing rocks play-off ambitions. 699
HOT SHOT CLIMBS EURO GOAL CHARTS; LoWdown. 436
Hotel team lands top Welsh cookery award. 141
Housebuilding giants line up Kings Dock stake. 569
Hussain: Cricket needs no changes; Cricket. 656
Hut where pair died is razed. 131
I just can't tolerate intolerance. And smokers. 452
Imperious Reds drive a Roman road through Euro hopefuls; LIVERPOOL . . . 2 ROMA . . . . . . . 0. 1036
Informers in danger. 81
Internet workshops this week. 187
IP has pounds 1bn war-chest. 137
IP has pounds 1bn war-chest. 299
Judges impressed by achievers' enthusiasm; THE PRINCE'S TRUST AWARDS Advertising feature. 799
Jury clears man of alley rape. 382
JUVE'S HUNGRY RESERVES WORRY WENGER. 345
Kiwis respect bowlers. 147
Labour chief blasted over abattoir site plan. 347
Landfill bid dumped; Village joy as company drops waste centre plans. 407
Large warehouse to let close to Stanley Dock. 206
Lee sees off Hunter; Snooker. 209
London market. 338
Lone immigrant given four months detention. 306
Lords reject outright ban on fox hunting. 482
Love and money: Could there be a better start in life?; Celebrities seem to have everything anyone could ever want and, as Cathy Mayer reports, many want to put their success to good use by adopting a child. 1077
Maelor appoints scientific adviser. 244
Man drowned in bath. 329
Man found drowned. 128
Man hid salmon in coat. 104
Man thrown out of hostel for breaching visit ban. 132
Manweb axing 200 from sales and service. 325
Mapping heritage. 107
Mapping out buildings for conservation; Plan to protect port's history. 486
Marconi Italian arm up for sale. 147
Marines 'there to eliminate threat'. 185
McRae's fingers crossed on injury; Rallying. 317
Menzies upbeat about aviation prospects. 281
Mersey Business Show has star-studded cast. 276
Minister for the Interior; Heseltine backs opening of Albert Dock's 'Pier 21. 582
Mix with the movers and shakers; CITY OF LIVERPOOL BUSINESS FAIR Advertising feature. 554
Money for the Marriotts. Money for the Crowne Plaza. But not a penny for the Regent Maritime on the dock road. 393
Motorbiking pensioner dies; CHARITY RIDER LOSES FIGHT FOR LIFE AFTER ACCIDENT. 151
Moyes in Goodison boost for Ginola. 408
N West theatre under threat. 245
N. WALES WORKERS IN NEW PENSION BOMBSHELL; EXCLUSIVE HUNDREDS TOLD: YOUR FINAL SALARY SCHEME IS AXED. 147
Naked chef takes home a treat. 176
NATIONWIDE LEAGUE. 80
New business finds a 'sauce' of support; THE PRINCE'S TRUST AWARDS Advertising feature. 994
New man takes helm. 248
New man takes over at the top for Manweb. 391
New pounds 1m conference centre should attract more visitors; Tourism Association in WTB community category final. 384
New suite now open; THE SANDON ROOMS Advertising feature. 396
Newtown . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Aberystwyth T . . . . . . 1. 219
Nine pupils arrested in cannabis probe. 185
No need to go regional. 176
No surprise. 224
Nobles reigns supreme. 294
North Wales extends the Japanese connection; Annesley Wright has been one of the leading members of the North Wales business community since his spell in charge of Hoya Lens in Wrexham. He is now deputy managing director of TRB in St Asaph, where he spoke to David Jones. 1349
Number 13 not so lucky in the Lottery. 143
Parisian facelift for Cotton Exchange. 248
PC cleared of assault; But he used force van to help girlfriend move flat. 485
Photos show magic of stunning Monroe. 423
Pirates ahoy as the battle for the airwaves hots up; Share watch. 1124
Politics digest. 259
Post Soccer. 125
Post Soccer. 86
pounds 28bn of unpaid overtime. 116
Power jobs axed; Firm blames competition for 200 redundancies. 321
Premier league target for the North West economy; Brian Gray is aiming for the top on two fronts, as chairman of Preston North End and as chairman of the North West Development Agency. He talked to Bill Gleeson. 1329
PRINCE MOURNS DEATH OF FAITHFUL PET TERRIER. 206
Properties to rent business on increase. 158
Put a value on your art. 96
PUTTING LIVERPOOL IN THE PICTURE. 129
Quickfire double gives City victory; Bangor City . . . . . . . . 2 Oswestry Town . . . . . 1. 216
Racist whose taunts upset Turk neighbour. 351
Record entries left in National. 446
Red Rum's trainer looks for a national win again; 25 years after treble, could Ginger's son be toast of Aintree? 863
REDS OWE IT TO HOULLIER; LIVERPOOL . . . . . . . . .2 ROMA . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0 Thompson's praise on night to remember. 708
Reluctant hero conquers Roma; LIVERPOOL . . . 2 ROMA . . . . . . . 0 Triumphant Reds make it a night to savour as Houllier returns to Anf ield. 1337
RL chiefs' Cup confidence; Rugby League. 407
RL SCHEDULE. 100
Robbers net pounds 2m in second airport heist. 380
Ron Davies may challenge. 142
Runcie new regional director. 90
S4C film wins major international awards. 269
Saints denied by battling Canaries; TNS Llan'ffraid . . . . . . 2 Caernarfon Town . . . 2. 234
School trip helper falls to his death. 496
Second firm in pension shock; Scientists axe final salary scheme just 24 hours after Iceland. 1014
Security lapse truly disturbing; DAILY POST OUR VIEW. 405
Shareholders can influence takeover. 187
Sharp increase in car dumping. 224
Sharps Tony. 453
SHOCK RISE IN CAR DUMPING; Taxpayers face pounds 60,000 clear-up bill. 501
Siblings a step closer to States clinic visit. 342
Smacking ban for childminders. 140
Southport snatch a draw at the death; Morecambe . . . . . . . . . 2 Southport . . . . . . . . . . 2. 311
Stars to play for daughter. 137
Stars were prepared to fly here to fight case. 400
Steve Brauner. 432
Strugglers make point; Marine . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Colwyn Bay . . . . . . . . . 1. 175
Talks bid on plans blast. 150
Talks offer to Arafat. 109
Team Houllier still improving; Frenchman witnesses Reds' history. 596
Tearful GP is cleared of sex charges. 97
The Diary. 487
The idea that I'm a sex symbol is just a huge joke; Newsreader Huw Edwards on impressionist Alistair McGowan, his love of snooker and everything French, and his wish, one day, to return from London to the country of his birth. 992
The last colonial war; It was 1982. Britain was a country with a great past, a gloomy present and an uncertain future. The Empire was almost forgotten. Then we found ourselves engaged in a war to protect Britons on remote islands occupied by an arrogant enemy. David Charters recalls . . . 1761
Thelwall-Jones to manage pounds 40m Venture Fund. 263
Things were different then. 338
Too quick for Harris; Rugby Union Legend Edwards hits out at fast -track railure. 651
Tough win for Motors; Vauxhall Motors . . . . . 1 Bamber Bridge . . . . . . 0. 172
Tunnel benefits. 156
United exhibit taste for glory; BOAVISTA . . . .0 MAN UNITED . .3 Ferguson delighted as Reds clinch top spot with convincing victory, despite absentees. 733
Venture capital firms pump extra pounds 3m into Proteom. 357
Versatile Healey back to the basics; 'Exciting' pledge from star. 717
Vics hold on for a point at Rovers; Doncaster Rovers . . . . . . 2 Northwich Victoria . . . . . . 2. 231
Wards shake-up. 222
WATSON BLASTS HORROR SHOW. 280
Welsh commuters count the cost of delays. 377
Wife's train delayed by husband's body. 505
Wilks new manager. 97
Wold Cup Count Down. 314
Women's womb ops were not needed. 233
Woodward remains upbeat; Rugby Union. 425
You , too, can be cool dude - for pounds 3,000; e-clips technology news. 875
You can't put your swings in my garden; Pensioner wins playground fight. 459
Zimbabwe suspended. 122

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