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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (November 16, 2002)

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`Confused' man fired fake gun at passing cars. 341
A legacy of pure evil; Murderer's infamy undimmed. 854
A play outside theatrical norm; THEATRE REVIEW The Four Seasons Clwyd Theatr Cymru. 210
A poet with a passion. 188
A&L staff enjoy goodies; GIROBANK OWNERS CELEBRATE 150 YEARS. 111
Addict gets three years for burglary. 90
Amanda adds glitz; CUTTING IT ACTRESS DOES THE HONOURS AS NEW-LOOK STORE OPENS. 95
Anything but R un-of-the-mill; AS PROBABLY the world's worst gardener, an opportunity to visit nurseries wouldn't normally appeal to me. 790
Babysitter locked up for breaking girl's leg. 267
BACK TO WORK FOR A WEEK. 152
Barry's new book could be a winner. 404
Becky stars in World a of her Own; HER television career may have only just begun, but tracking down presenter, Becky Wicks for a chat proves almost as difficult as trying to get in touch with an A-list celebrity. 677
Book case. 539
Books - Making S ense of circumstance; SUE TOWNSEND has always had an eye for detail. She says she used to notice little things in the street or in town that her family or friends would miss. 816
Bowling: LOVE UPSETS THE ENGLAND ATTACK. 471
CAB manager's unfair dismissal claim rejected. 248
Cash raised to boost new initiative; STARS COME OUT TO HELP YOUNG FILM-MAKERS. 147
CCTV foils sisters' plot to frame neighbour. 470
Chemicals alert test for Green Goddesses; Crews busy right up to end of strike. 539
Company fined. 127
Computer stolen in lifeboat station raid; Second theft in under a year from rescue base. 405
Council chief gets NHS job. 273
Countdown to Christmas; THIS week I have done nothing but cook in front of audiences. I often run cookery classes at my Longridge restaurant, in particular during November, we concentrate on cooking for Christmas and I finished the last one for this year on Saturday. 518
Cricket: Aussies will put it all on the line; Clive predicts tough test against world champions. 731
Curtain Call; BORED with your surroundings? Before you put your home through a major transformation, think straight and simple. 421
Customers stick with MyTravel. 116
Dairy profits up despite probe. 92
Dealer jailed for five years. 204
Dorinda McCann. 831
Drink-driving priest could barely stand; Clergyman four times over limit. 324
Dyfrig yn ymuno thm Twrio i chwilio am fargen. 356
Equitable warns of annuity cutbacks. 160
Eye-catching home with style. 184
Fashion - A Streets head; Coronation Street stars took to the catwalk and Eileen Taylor talks to the Cheshire designer who put them there A DRESS designer who has established a reputation for herself in the world's most romantic capitals has now turned her attention to the working class town of Weatherfield by giving them the supermodel treatment. 475
FBI in terror outrage warning. 198
Fine Foods. 664
Food & Drink - Perfect at any T ime; BREAKFAST time with homemade museli and Rachel's Dairy yoghurt. To be perfectly honest, museli is not my thing and I'm more a bacon-and-egg kind of guy. However, I do eat a lot of yoghurt, just not at breakfast time. 394
Football: ALAN'S GREAT EXPECTATIONS. 122
Football: Australia warning to Sven. 201
Football: AWAY WIN? ONLY TO BE EXPECTED. 427
Football: Back problem; Ferguson curses pounds 29.3m Ferdinand injury. 686
Football: BARROW IS TOP COACH. 199
Football: BATH PUT WIN ON THE MENU. 121
Football: Chester look to cup run windfall. 395
Football: CUP CASH IS CHESTER INCENTIVE. 403
Football: FanScene - Who said the LDV Trophy's dull? 472
Football: Fully focused on Blues; Everton revival, not Old Firm rivalry, the priority for Moyes. 623
Football: GERRARD AXED. 198
Football: GERRARD DROPPED; `When it is right to play him we will. At the moment he's not at his best' - Houllier. 566
Football: Glenn gets tough; WEST HAM v MAN UNITED, TOMORROW, 4.05. 189
Football: GREENING IN GOAL QUEST. 107
Football: Italian challenge awaits; Champions League. 294
Football: Jefferies in line for cup bow; Bangor new boy aims to defy injury. 525
Football: KEEGAN EYES TRANSFER BID. 111
Football: Lee relishing first taste of FA Cup. 735
Football: Linnets players keeping it real. 546
Football: Mathias puts faith in Barlow. 598
Football: MOORE WANTS BRUM DELIGHT. 119
Football: Moyes: We don't need new faces. 483
Football: Moyes: We don't need new faces; Swedish pair out. 593
Football: Nomads hope for lightning strike. 370
Football: Norman takes on hot spot in goal. 279
Football: Old Anfield ties give Phil a pointer; Tips from the top. 684
Football: OWEN DEFENDS GERRARD. 404
Football: Port's stepping stone. 333
Football: PURSE CALLS ON FORTRESS. 116
Football: Quinnell quits to stun Welsh; Knee injury finally takes toll on Scott. 763
Football: Reds on alert for UEFA; Parry looking forward to Cup. 727
Football: RHYL OUT TO AVOID CUP GIANT-KILLERS. 401
Football: ROBSON: WE CAN DELIVER. 124
Football: SHERWOOD IN SPURS U-TURN. 130
Football: Shock tactics; A spell on the sidelines would help lift Gerrard. 580
Football: Souness after change of luck; BLACKBURN v EVERTON, TOMORROW, 3PM. 337
Football: THE CASE FOR SUMMER SWITCH. 555
Football: Vaughan to reply to FA on Rovers. 517
Football: WALES WAIT; Hughes to build bridges Boss Hughes yet to be told ace Bellamy's out. 522
Football: Wembley hero back. 234
Football: WENGER: NO DISCRIMINATION. 376
Football: What a refreshing change. 272
Football: What a refreshing change; Fan Scene. 270
Football: Williams ready to settle an old score. 297
for woman who owed over pounds 2,000; Council in benefits error. 292
Gardening diary. 465
Gardening Informally D oes It; IMAGINE a cottage garden... old-fashioned flowers in a delightful muddle, roses round the door and herbs by the path. It might seem a dream but any garden lover can recreate many elements of that idyllic scene. 496
Good being a Baddie; Abigail Hughes finds the real character behind soap's Dr Evil PLAYING two of television's most sinister slime-balls, it is not surprising actor Phil Reid is fast building a reputation as Mr Bad Guy. 684
Hamiltons' accuser denies charge. 142
He earns pounds 75k and manages a budget of millions. So why is an NHS director serving up tea?; EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF FINANCE HEAD OF OPERATIONAL SERVICES. 662
Hoaxers reprieve. 245
Home - Agents warn: Don't overvalue your home. 187
Home - Book your own place in the French sun. 140
Home - Buy an apartment in the centre of things and be pampered. 135
Home - Quality apartments are the place to be. 246
Home - Quay to the good life. 290
Home - Soaring prices hit first-time buyers. 335
Homes - Unique marketing move pays dividends for city developers. 471
Homes are in harmony with style and quality. 214
Hospital waiting lists up by 12,800. 235
I HOPE MYRA ROTS IN HELL; Victim's mother speaks out after Hindley dies. 209
Investors step in to rescue spice company. 312
Lecturer found with child porn; Engineer discovered images on computer. 326
Light Christmas; switch-on for family's Grand civic decorations. 348
Man left children alone without food. 124
MAYOR BATHS IN BEANS FOR CHILDREN IN NEED. 89
Mother fears secret has gone to grave. 381
New court will make way for amphitheatre; pounds 7m building next to heritage site to be demolished. 576
Officer hurt after funeral. 223
Other Side of the Hill; HOLD the badger parade because comedian Harry Hill is back taking an irreverent look at what is currently happening on the television. 758
Our View: Unlamented and loathed. 415
Overheard. 594
P&O in French ports deal. 213
P&O in French ports deal. 212
Paradise F ound; A RESTAURANT with a name that translates as ``Vale of Paradise'' has a lot to live up to. 890
Parents enjoy 150pc increase in benefits. 386
Partnership hit with financial services ban. 295
Peek behind the scenes. 137
Picketing firemen `won't stop soldiers using red engines'. 564
Plant of the week: Hardy Cyclamen. 333
Police paying out more to lawyers. 115
pounds 2.5m will help POs stand up to competition. 558
Power bosses must pay BENN AND ISAAC CHOSEN TO DANCE IN GIRL POP GROUP'S CHRISTMAS VIDEO. 255
Profits are doubled; WHY HORNBY IS CHUFFED. 144
Quality food in a quality setting. 365
QUESTION TIME; Ten to test your TV knowledge. 254
Rallying: Home win hopes fade as duo crash. 456
Region's festive switch-on. 213
Robber grabs old lady in bank raid. 265
Rugby Union: Blue boys ready to move to high gear. 258
Rugby Union: Caldyaim to make it eight. 245
Rugby Union: Dan the man for Waterloo. 389
Rugby Union: Tiger Orr keen for Lions' roar; Waite to alter team. 533
Rugby Union: Wiki return. 147
School cash snatched from security van. 109
SEVEN HOURS OF MAYHEM IN CHILDREN IN NEED EXTRAVAGANZA. 263
She yearned for freedom. 182
Shock as star is unmasked; JACKSON'S NOSE `DISINTEGRATING'. 94
SOAPBOX...; (Week beginning Monday November 18). 308
Soccer academy battle. 121
Star to head tourism awards. 166
Student's train death was an accident. 271
Students could face pounds 15,000 degree fees. 399
Suicide man lay in front of train. 214
Teenage footballer dies playing match; Family mourn their `blossoming' son. 509
The eerie day I will never forget. 224
The Hornby magic casts a new spell; Firm doubles profits after years of decline. 534
Theft bid woman jailed. 125
This wood inspired my father's poetry - they can't build a road there Denbighshire Stairlifts Ltd; POET'S SON FIGHTS TO STOP NEW HIGHWAY NEXT TO HIS FAMILY HOME New and reconditioned Next day installation. 730
Tough cookie in the witness box. 133
Tranmere doctor facing more charges. 233
Travel - It's Playtime Anytime; THINK of lonely hills swathed in mist, serene lakes reflecting a watery autumn sun, friendly well-stocked pubs with cheery log fires and walkers strolling along country paths and there really is only one place in England it conjures up - the Lake District. 726
Travel late deals. 282
Unseen M Menace arine; WAS the orca, the killer whale, which came into the Mersey last year, the victim of new NATO sonar systems? 580
Weekend walk. 392
With Good Humour; Peter Elson talks to Galton and Simpson about chance, comedy and being two of Britain's most accomplished scriptwriters THEY were just two teenage boys suffering the misery of TB in a gloomy sanatorium. Yet as with so much that is apparently bad, great good can come out of it. 1635
Y Ddraig Goch yn Rhuo unwaith eto; AR l y cyffro o weld ein tm cenedlaethol yn camu'n hyderus ar y ffordd tuag at Bencampwriaethau Pl-droed Ewrop, a gynhelir ym Mhortiwgal ym 2004, daeth rhwystr hollbwysig arall sy'n rhaid ei neidio ar ein traws. 777
YOU SAID IT... Quotes of the week. 175

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