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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (September 25, 2002)

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`Favoured' Wallasey sparks Lotto tussle. 373
`Fish safe' after spill. 132
adolygiadau gan: Cofio gwr adawodd drysor gwych ar ei l. 903
Anger over Iraq vote. 206
Archaeology team unearths clues that could lead them to . . .The lost city of the dead. 861
Are these dogs a Welsh farmer's biggest asset?; They are loyal, gentle and highly intelligent. Ian Parri looks at how one native breed of sheepdog has fought back from the brink of extinction. 1421
Athletics: STARS ROAR FOR DRAGON SPORT. 294
ATHLETICS: VERDICT DUE ON WHITLOCK. 83
Big line-up at county show. 148
Bill Gleeson's column. 498
BLACK GOLD; pounds 35m oil and gas search launched off N. Wales. 248
Blackmail couple face jail terms. 274
Bloody Sunday men `not forceful'. 209
Bottom of the league - so the only way is up. 333
BWD Rensburg boss retiring in November. 100
Can sound of silence affect your feelings? 421
Cancer service. 122
Chef hid partner's body in wardrobe. 349
Cherie plea for children. 96
Children's home boss sex charge. 208
Closing date for entries fast approaching. 261
Concern mounts over bridge safety. 94
Crash pilot `confused' by noise. 209
Crash pilot `confused' by noise. 203
Cricket: Bay's stunner; Points penalty threatens to end Premier dream:Liverpool Competition Cricket. 417
Cricket: Player of month prize for Chapple. 197
Cricket: THORPE IN TOUR U-TURN. 510
Cricket: VAUGHAN VOTE-TOPPER. 364
Day of heartbreak. 131
Debenhams hold key to festive cheer for Clinton. 305
DINERS GET FESTIVAL GREEN LIGHT. 121
DRIVER ESCAPES UNHARMED AS BUS ERUPTS IN FLAMES DURING RUSH HOUR. 104
Dylan Jones-Evans. 590
e-clips technology news: Not such a broad band for some towns after all. 862
Ex-boyfriend `went berserk' with knife. 336
Explorer's relics come home at last; Council splashes out pounds 7,000 for Henry Morton Stanley artefacts. 604
EXPOSED; These photographs of a bull being paraded, tortured and killed before a crazed mob are being published for the first time in the Daily Post as an international campaign to ban blood fiestas gathers momentum. David Charters reports. 1649
Family life hit hard by long hours at work. 413
Five-year ITS strategy. 307
Flexible mix of manufacturing spaces. 432
FOOTBALL LETTERS: `LUCKY' EVERTON. 132
FOOTBALL LETTERS: `LUCKY' EVERTON. 135
FOOTBALL LETTERS: `LUCKY' EVERTON. 100
FOOTBALL: Aberystwyth Town ............... 0 Carmarthen Town ................1. 119
Football: Altrincham ...........0 Marine ..............1. 109
FOOTBALL: Bay slip to tenth defeat in 11 games; Burscough ......... 3 Colwyn Bay .........0. 149
FOOTBALL: BELL TOLLING FOR CRAIG BID. 113
FOOTBALL: Burscough ..........3 Colwyn Bay .........0. 86
FOOTBALL: Caersws ............0 Port Talbot ......... 2. 96
FOOTBALL: City celebrate Sugden double; Chester City ............... 2 Burton Albion .............. 1. 383
FOOTBALL: Everton Res ........ 1 Man City Res ....... 0. 241
Football: George off to a flyer; Rhyl Sunday League. 212
FOOTBALL: GUUS REVEALS DEATH THREAT. 137
Football: HOULLIER HAILS `CLASS' GROSS. 424
FOOTBALL: Houllier: Owen is spot on for Reds. 333
FOOTBALL: Hyypia: We'll learn from our Spanish lesson. Interview 652
FOOTBALL: ITV, SKY HAIL EURO TV DEAL. 124
FOOTBALL: Lifeboat sunk by late rush; Deeside Sunday League. 471
FOOTBALL: Morrell victory; DARLINGTON ....0 WREXHAM ..... 1. 730
FOOTBALL: Motors' late goal sees off Witton; Vauxhall Motors ..... 3 Witton Albion ........2. 207
FOOTBALL: Mutton earns point; Connah's Quay Nomads .....1 Newport County ............1. 170
Football: New date for cup tie; Welsh Cup. 213
football: Olsen signals future vision; Defender back in form. 469
Football: Peters in running for swift return. 216
Football: RECORD RUN IS HALTED. 167
Football: Reds learn from Spanish lesson; Defeat in Valencia can act as wake-up call for Euro ambitions, says captain Hyypia. 1016
FOOTBALL: Rhyl ............... 1 Oswestry Town ......0 (Rhyl won 3-1 on agg). 144
Football: ROBSON WON'T GIVE UP FIGHT; Newcastle .................0 Feyenoord ................ 1. 363
FOOTBALL: Southport ........... 2 Halifax Town .........0. 128
Football: Thomas tames rivals; Banks Bitter Wrexham Sunday League. 252
FOOTBALL: tribute to John King. 191
FOOTBALL: United survive a Bayer scare B LEVERKUSEN 1 (Berbatov 52) MAN UNITED ..2 (van Nistelrooy 31,44); Ferguson's men ride second-half storm as van Nistelrooy double secures revenge. 849
Football: UNITED WIN BUT FERGUSON FURIOUS; Bayer Leverkusen ... 1 Manchester United .. 2. 336
FOOTBALL: VAN'S THE MAN AGAIN B LEVERKUSEN ....1 MAN UNITED .......2; Ruud strikes twice as United hang on to avenge semi defeat. 206
Football: Vics' second sight; Nuneaton Borough ...............1 Northwich Victoria ............... 4. 255
FOOTBALL: Wenger believes in Dutch master; Bergkamp is key. 350
FOOTBALL: WISE EYEING FRESH START. 121
Football: YOBO STAKES DEBUT CLAIM. 264
FOOTBALL: YOBO STAKES DEBUT CLAIM. 270
Fresh drilling offers new hope to build on platform for success; Expanded output is the latest ambition of BHP Billiton and its Liverpool Bay rigs. Vice-president Nigel Smith envisages the future with David Jones. 1360
Front demo banned. 132
Fury as X-ray unit put on hold. 129
Girl missing. 98
Golf: Ryder Cup: Love: `There's no animosity'. 511
Golf: Ryder Cup: Westwood battling back from wilderness; Slim-line Lee makes good progress on comeback trail. 858
Golf: Ryder Cup: Woods has news at ten. 326
GPs SHORTAGE HITS PATIENTS; Exposed: Increasing workloads take toll on practices. 489
Healthy jobs boost at sports store. 149
Hot dog. . . 89
Ignorant hypocrisy still rules the politicians. 459
Improving Welsh roads; Welsh Assembly Government is developing transport answers. 781
In a league all of their own; Phil Gould meets the inhabitants of Britain's weirdest town and finds they are . . . 1039
Indian contract a major boost for Dirk Group. 451
Insurance dearest outside of London. 594
Insurance workers will escape job cuts. 446
Jeweller, 70, attacked in roadside gems raid. 385
Jobs face axe as Mersey cancer units plan merger in move to cut red tape. 311
Jobs to go as hospice cash crisis deepens; But bosses insist there is no threat of closure. 316
Jolie's fond farewell; Angelina leaves North Wales as Tomb Raider 2 heads for Kenya. 595
Jury discharged. 163
Law firms sign up for e-solutions from Mando. 264
LEN CAPELING'S COLUMN: A DROP OF THE WRITE STUFF. 347
LEN CAPELING'S COLUMN: Sleeping sickness that will keep Moyes awake. 632
LEN CAPELING'S COLUMN: STAGE SET FOR OWEN. 128
LIB DEM CONFERENCE: `Ball rolling' for PR in council elections. 348
LIB DEM CONFERENCE: It's war as Labour strikes back over Lib Dem claims. 557
LIB DEM CONFERENCE: TRADITIONALISTS WIN PORN DEBATE. 220
LIBERAL DEMOCRAT PARTY CONFERENCE: End for pioneer methods at polls. 415
LIBERAL DEMOCRAT PARTY CONFERENCE: It's better to be condemned in print than ignored. 217
LIBERAL DEMOCRAT PARTY CONFERENCE: LIBDEMS REJECT PORN LAW CHANGE. 158
LIBERAL DEMOCRAT PARTY CONFERENCE: Organ donor law change appeal. 121
Library revamp. 95
Macabre scientist slammed for plans. 223
MCCF to promote call centres at international trade fair. 133
MINIATURE PROPERTY DEVELOPERS RAISE pounds 72,000 FOR CHARITY. 107
Motor racing: RALF AIMS TO MAKE AMENDS. 108
Nothing new, claim critics. 422
ONE GENERATION'S MASTERPIECE SYMPHONY IS ANOTHER'S UNBEARABLE DIN. 247
Our View: A dossier of fresh doubts. 414
Park Group to pay first dividend in three years. 339
PC quiz over porn; Cheshire man suspended as probe continues. 393
PHILIP KEY ARTS DIARY: A literary classic is brought to vivid life1; THEATRE Silas Marner Clwyd Theatr Cymru. 233
PHILIP KEY ARTS DIARY: Festival climbs to heights in jazz style. 259
PHILIP KEY ARTS DIARY: MUSIC Julian Lloyd Webber Clwyd Theatr Cymru, Mold. 246
PHILIP KEY ARTS DIARY: Zadie misses Booker list. 140
Planners move to head off city centre `ghost town'. 480
PLANT LOVER'S PARADISE IN N.WALES WINS NATIONAL GARDENING AWARD. 179
Plaque to get fans on Tomb trail. 233
Police officers blast needle exchange plan. 425
pounds 100,000 in fakes seized. 106
pounds 200m on the table to help small firms in Wales. 542
PROPERTY: Too many developers can spoil development. 378
Protest vigil over plan for houses. 201
Racing: Imtiyaz to hit back. 392
RALLYING: McRAE RULED OUT OF RALLY. 135
Reader's letter: Mistake of English only. 167
READER'S LETTER: Models will not be sold. 213
Reader's letter: Poppy appeal. 400
READER'S LETTER: Rare flowers. 96
Reader's letter: Rules relaxed. 107
READER'S LETTER: Sad loss. 153
READER'S LETTER: Tram clues. 114
Reader's letter: Wylfa pals. 137
Region's MPs split on action. 398
Relief as killer is recaptured. 289
Restaurant will create 60 jobs. 151
Revealed: The Iraq dossier; But is this enough to persuade you that we need to bomb Saddam? 1820
Ringo and Paul tribute to George. 100
Royal Mail worker unfairly sacked after row. 193
Rugby League: FOUR-MIDABLE SAINTS. 254
Rugby Union: Orrell's forward planning. 326
Rugby Union: Wood is fighting pain in the neck. 248
Satellite technology speeding up internet. 387
Satellite technology speeding up internet. 386
Scheme to make gardens greener. 219
SHAKE-UP HITS HOSPITAL JOBS; Merger option to cut cancer units red tape. 492
SNOOKER: HAPPY LEE IS BACK ON SONG. 119
Soldiers accused of sex attack on Briton. 154
Spanish delicacies with that unique Welsh flavour. 134
Squash: TAYLOR HAS THE EDGE; North Wales Squash. 149
St Ivel plant sale on the cards. 259
Staff rally round with pledge to revive burnt-out store. 288
Stations' bus link. 94
Steps towards a greener Wales; Companies in Wales lag behind the rest of Europe when it comes to recycling. But, as Jill Tunstall finds out, some businesses in North Wales are pointing the way forward. 1226
Strike avoided as council staff accept pay deal. 314
Student died after banging head on night out. 403
Suicide in cell after prisoner hid pills. 493
Take a tip - my unfortunate friends had no choice. 440
Talk from THE TOWN: Mathew Street Festival was a real car-free day. 428
Tennis: Henman's burden. 409
The big feature: Do-it-yourself regeneration as the big firms wind down; Two of the biggest firms on the banks of the Mersey are behind projects to create new business parks in space that is now surplus to requirements. And all without a penny of subsidy, reports Larry Neild. 1425
The simple formula that always works - the customer comes first; Neal Maxwell was given just 48 hours to decide if he wanted to set up his own business. Now he is turning over pounds 1.6m a year, and has left his mark on the top businesses on Merseyside, Louise Davies discovers. 1328
Tony Sharps' column. 459
Town's recruitment drive for therapists. 190
Transport to be proud of; TRANSPORT has recently moved up the political agenda. Recognising this, the Welsh Assembly is stepping up its commitment to develop an improved infrastructure for those living and working in Wales. 666
Trinity Mirror chief to step down. 298
US hostages sue treasury. 110
VIDEOS OF LENNON'S FAMILY FUN USED AS EVIDENCE. 112
Warning over toy dart guns. 106
Website chalks up 100,000th customer. 165
Wedding bug toll rises. 293
You're bullies; Councillor accuses officers in housing grants row. 441
YOUNG REF ATTACKED IN STREET BY YOUTHS OVER OLD SENDING OFF. 161

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