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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (October 18, 2002)

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A century of teddy bears at museum. 127
A TASTE OF HOME FOR CREW MEMBERS OF ROYAL NAVY FRIGATE. 299
Accused woman: I still love boyfriend. 360
African glaciers in rapid retreat. 244
Airline fights back against budget rivals. 164
Alarm fury after break-in; Burglar alert was not connected in building. 465
Alternative store bid for `landmark'. 531
Alternative store hopes for move to landmark. 275
Anger as arcade gets go-ahead near shops. 563
Art master inspired famous film director; Colourful life recalled as retired tutor dies at 84. 531
Asian fear as new nuclear threat revealed. 181
Assembly's IT desk costs pounds 6,000 a call; pounds 64.4m computer bill is 40pc above budget. 469
Athletics: Kenyans at the double. 195
Bakery faces probe after two die from salmonella in eggs. 212
Beauty star back on her home ground. 902
Beef on the move; First export to France for six years. 213
Blair calls on IRA to disband. 180
Book by thug on website. 122
Britons urged to avoid Indonesia. 376
Butler's claims kept secret to shield princes. 405
Cash appeal to keep Aids centre open. 409
CHEERING FOR WALES. 278
Club's steward found hanged. 183
Company accused of `sidelining' union. 662
Councillors change law after 222 years. 234
County hit hard by home closures. 385
CPRW campaigning to save Menai Strait shore. 165
Cricket: Strong start's a must. 398
Death crash driver `on wrong side of M-way' NATIONAL ROUND-UP. 539
Death crash driver keeps his freedom; Royal Navy friend was killed in collision tragedy. 508
DFS still growing. 116
DFS still growing. 114
Did Britain fail Bali victims? 418
DUNCAN SMITH HITS OUT AT A-LEVEL `CHAOS' DURING SCHOOL VISIT. 273
EDWINA BACK IN TOWN TO HELP HONOUR YOUNG ACHIEVERS. 185
Eisteddfota: Eisteddfod scene - Strength from youth; p. 465
Electric supply threat lifted. 266
Eternal stage appeal of the itchy-footed Ms Valentine. 866
Families living in shadow of rubbish tips demand action. 470
Family killer launches appeal. 252
Feel good? Winning's just the job for work. 502
Firefighters set to vote for strike, says brigade union. 271
Five held in police swoops. 113
Five years for burglar's killer. 130
Football: AWESOME; Speed: Wales attack can frighten anyone. 388
Football: Bay boss calls for Blyth spirit. 271
Football: BECKHAM: NO INSULT INTENDED. 413
Football: Brymbo go for gold with Kerry 49. 233
Football: Daunting double for Northall Athletics by. 224
Football: DERBY WIN SPURS ON BLUES. 978
Football: Dons to miss the deadline. 141
Football: Effervescence and experience; Kelly takes `just half a second' to bring his unique. 964
Football: Fan Scene: No easy ride for Arsenal superstars; Everton. 439
Football: Fan Scene: UEFA must get tough on racists; Liverpool. 509
Football: FANTASTIC DAVIES `IS THE BEST THING SINCE GIGGS'. 411
Football: Former United duo look ahead; 45. 286
Football: Gerrard anger at diving tricks. 665
Football: Holmes is back safe and sound. 199
Football: Hope keeps the faith; England Ladies ...... 0 France Ladies ....... 1. 207
Football: Injured Gerrard in boost to Reds. 292
Football: INJURY BLOW FOR ZENDEN. 113
Football: IS THIS THE GREATEST WALES TEAM EVER....? 83
Football: Keane set to return; Champions League comeback for captain. 406
Football: KEEGAN VOWS TO CARRY ON. 119
Football: McNAB'S NEW EXETER BOSS. 106
Football: Newtown match off as mark of respect. 351
Football: Players pleased with `new' arrival. 137
Football: REDS HEAD INTO THE FOREST; Academy Football. 487
Football: RODRIGO EYES HAPPY NEW YEAR. 371
Football: RODRIGO EYES HAPPY NEW YEAR. 213
Football: SKIPPER BACKS McCARTHY. 316
Football: STARS CELEBRATE REDS' HISTORY. 133
Football: Sven's ready to show his mean streak; Sven fires warning to flops. 580
Football: Warrington in the Vase; NWCL. 168
Football: We've beaten Italy Argentinians could nobody can call us and Germany... the not defeat us... now one-game wonders says Wales ace Hartson Sparky's sparked a Welsh rebirth - Savage; WALES 2 ITALY 1... REACTION TO A FAMOUS NIGHT IN OUR NATION'S FOOTBALL HISTORY. 828
Football: Wells in hot water. 114
Football: WENGER BACKS ABLE SEAMAN. 413
Football: WHAT A WONDERFUL YEAR FOR THE WELSH. 327
Football: WHATA RELIEF; Reds take comfort as Gerrard set to shrug off injury setback. 434
Football: Wilkinson: Players not on trial. 362
Football: Wise sues Leicester for pounds 2.3m damages. 287
Football: WYCOMBE MAY CUT WAGE BILL. 137
Foreign sales prop up Pru. 234
Golf: World Match Play: Marathon duel set to resume. 559
Green Goddesses stand by as strike looms. 189
Hockey: Winless duo head south for stiff tests. 303
Island talent to take on the world. 694
It's still a great time to be in the TV industry. 485
Letter: Bible context. 350
LETTER: Deserving cause. 142
Letter: English should apologise. 130
LETTER: Follow Christ. 123
Letter: Gains and losses. 94
LETTER: He's only doing his duty. 369
LETTER: Safety fears. 107
Letter: Wirral jewel. 140
LFC star Gerrard buys Fowler's house. 127
London market. 335
Lovespoons cause a stir for expanding firm. 160
Man off drugs got drunk. 228
Motor Racing: BMW REJECT WILLIAMS OFFER. 258
Motorcycling: Something for everyone on two wheels. 494
Motoring: A matter of opinion: New Mazda knocks its family rivals for six. 923
Motoring: Cars cost more money than homes; 35. 264
Motoring: Civic gets more punch; News and reviews from behind the wheel. 457
Motoring: PLUGS & POINTS. 385
Motoring: Rainbow tyres just around the corner. 248
Mountain railway's ex-owner goes bust; `No worries' for staff after billionaire's bankruptcy. 471
Mr Grumpy comes to town. 1314
Musical revivals pencilled in for the Empire. 328
Muslim centre plans for old register office. 470
Never mind the plot - just enjoy the mayhem; xXx (Cert 12A): stars Vin Diesel and Asia Argento; director Rob Cohen. Running time 124 mins. Rating **** The Powerpuff Girls Movie (Cert PG): stars voices of Catherine Cavadini and Tara Strong; director Craig McCracken. 80 mins. Rating *** Michael McKean; director Melanie Mayron. 93 mins. Rating ** Clavier and Gerard Depardieu; director Alain Chabat. 107 mins. Rating ***. 935
New season. 93
NEW STREET FAMILY HAVE A DARK SECRET. 233
New system will protect the public. 214
Nokia surge boosts telecoms industry. 258
NW farmland `poisoned by' nuclear blast; Mushrooms give Chernobyl clue. 400
NW firm builds record profits. 256
Organic event sunk by apathy. 196
PARK'S 3,000 BULBS PLANT TREASURED MEMORIES. 84
Perils of rock'n'roll offspring ear buzz. 634
Pick of the Day; Another series for Jools; ONE TO WATCH. 474
Pilkington abuse case verdict due today. 289
Pilot in trouble for `buzzing' trials. 422
Pl-droed a'r peryglon a ddaw yn sgil llwyddiant. 459
POLICE FACE MASSIVE CUT; N. Wales force could lose 200 officers as funds are switched to crime hotspots. 713
Power supplies saved as pounds 20m debt paid off. 271
Prep schools `well ahead' in pupil tests. 241
PRIZE GUYS - A HERON DROPS IN TO JOIN FAMILY OF ELEPHANTS. 154
Profits fear adds to gloom for travel firm. 346
Pupils given alarms in paedophile alert. 490
Racing: Pirate can sail in. 400
Rescue alert. 84
Revival of a lost romantic. 507
ROCK: Everlasting appeal of the Levellers on. 667
Rugby League: Keiron hungry for Kiwi feast; Cunningham has sights on tourists. 837
Rugby League: Walker on way. 165
Rugby Union: Provincial game is way forward; NORTH WALES RUGBY UNION. 837
Rugby Union: Woodward takes few chances. 281
Rundown schools can still be high achievers. 234
Science park plan gets pounds 5m boost. 165
Screen shots; p. 491
Search engine. 92
Sheepdog trialist braves sniper. 213
Shock result of roadside drug checks; 30pc of drivers failed tests. 366
Skiing: History is in Baxter's favour. 226
Soham officer on indecency charge. 145
Student upset over boyfriend. 248
Take a journey back in time...; Dubbed the world's greatest bass player, Mark King is back on the road with Level 42 playing their own memorable pop tunes which made the 1980s and much more. Penny Fray reports. 1252
TEARS AS PARISH PRIEST IS JAILED. 247
TEARS AS PARISH PRIEST IS JAILED. 585
The night a nation revelled in victory. 1286
Top Tory faces perjury charge. 173
Tunnel vision despite figures. 208
Two hurt in school explosion. 86
Two injured in blast on school open evening. 439
Unlikely frontman who just keeps on singing. 830
VALERIE HILL COLUMN: Honor lost to Fawlty planning. 83
VALERIE HILL COLUMN: The bald facts about body hair. 829
VALERIE HILL COLUMN: The original wild Rover. 119
Watch the birdie; Heron enchants elephants - and wildlife photography judges. 412
WDA helps start-up of over 2,000 businesses. 320
Welsh diary: Fly-on-the-wall cameras will show Stifyn `warts and all. 486
Welsh graduate quizzed over Bali. 207
Welsh heroes do the business. 374
WH Smith hit by US losses. 100
WH Smith sees profits slide. 100
Windfall for city's historic buildings. 243
WINDOWS MARK CHURCH'S 700 YEARS. 148
Wolves fans get chance to add to memory book. 132
Woman in headbutt attack on dancer. 223

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