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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (April 16, 2003)

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10 things to keep everyone entertained this holiday weekend. 482
108guns handed in. 90
Air cadets wing in for major project to locate rare grouse. 663
All aboard for rural sport O; Britain's latest youth sport just needs hills and sheep. Andrew Forgrave ,Rural Affairs Editor, talks to the North Wales farmers who are taking advantage. 855
An inexact science; Horse breeding can bring unexpected results - but that's part of the attraction! 397
ARTS DIARY: Bishop with roots in the back streets; ROLE IN RUNNING ARCHDIOCESE. 463
ARTS DIARY: THEATRE REVIEW Aladdin. 351
Bikers join battle to save top cafe. 480
BOY, 6,HELPS DELIVER BABY Josh, 6, helps to deliver his brother. 705
Britons budget holiday costs. 185
Bush ratings up. 104
Buyout puts car firm on road to recovery. 537
Car clamping warning to court fine-dodgers. 233
Card to give carers peace of mind. 168
Cheshire's hot new fashion accessory; Hard- working executives are soaking away the day's stresses and strains - with the neighbours. Penny Fray looks at the latest trend from Canada. 857
City gets beh ind Judgment Day; up to back vital culture campaign. 654
City startling and fresh yet familiar when sun shines; up to back vital culture As the European Capital of Culture judges began their stay in Liverpool, David Charters takes a personal look at the city on a sunny day. 1147
City throws fresh light on Culture drive Our winning recipe for success. 493
Constituency in profile ... CONWY; your. 243
Corruption claims destroyed my career; Ex-lawyer claims he lost pounds 7m. 638
Court bid to ban BNP from school; Parents to picket election meeting. 530
Cricket: Freddie is ready for Lancashire title charge. 868
CRICKET: PADDY MAKES BOOTLE MOVE. 104
Dale back to host Saturday Lotto. 113
Damning statistics. 120
Dead cat tripods and mouse sandwiches - those were the days! R. 609
Demand stays strong for space in office suites. 169
Easter heat wave prompts worry. 169
easter THOUGHT. 168
Estate agent opens door for locals. 229
Firefighters vote for compromise pay deal; But union leaders will not rule out more strikes. 369
Firm set to break the pounds 1m barrier. 291
First step on the path to democracy; Rows erupt over talks. 560
Football: Attack is best form of derby defence for upbeat Houllier O. 408
FOOTBALL: BAGGIES CHIEF IN NEW BUST-UP. 114
FOOTBALL: BALL BACK ON THE BALL; 29. 130
FOOTBALL: Ban fears put sale on hold. 495
Football: BELOW PAR CHESTER SLIP UP; Chester City 0 Farnborough Town 2. 391
FOOTBALL: Berger talks to stay in England Attack is best form of derby defence for upbeat Houllier. 471
FOOTBALL: CLUBS WARY OF PLATINI'S PLANS. 103
FOOTBALL: Ferguson steps up derby hopes; Everton Res 1 Newcastle Res 2. 368
FOOTBALL: KUWAIT WAIT FOR ENGLAND. 113
FOOTBALL: Mathias happy with headache. 516
FOOTBALL: No quarter given in the mother of all matches; Everton's new touch of steel will prove difficult to crack. 872
FOOTBALL: OWEN HAS A SCORE TO SETTLE. 123
Football: PROMOTION CHIMES RINGING OUT; UPS AND DOWNS. 389
FOOTBALL: Ronaldo my advice to Rooney. 597
FOOTBALL: ROVER JONES WANTS TWIN PEAKS. 572
FOOTBALL: SHOCK EURO THREAT TO WALES. 334
FOOTBALL: Steed is ready to be freed. 276
FOOTBALL: SURVIVALLIFT FOR IPSWICH. 106
FOOTBALL: Vauxhall are left in fine mess by Stanley; 28 Vauxhall Motors ......0 Accrington Stanley ...1. 200
FOOTBALL: Watch the birdies; Wenger casts off Cantona's jibe. 556
Get on the scent of missing teddy. 334
Get the most from your mortgage. 451
Hoon apology. 104
Jogger attack accused remanded. 258
Kennels braced for carcass boom. 513
Leader hears how soccer helps kick crime into touch. 184
Lecturer went through red light. 194
Letters to the Editor: Allowances. 171
Letters to the Editor: Iraqi war is unjust. 217
Letters to the Editor: Managing well EDITOR. 334
Magistrate's daughter involved in fatal bike crash; Springtime treat as Jonathan takes time to smell the flowers. 239
Make savings a tax- free haven and watch them grow; Income and gains from an investment in an ISA are free of income and capital gains tax. 480
Marilyn's gems stolen. 190
Meaty role for chief exec Howells. 224
Mersey MP calls for an explanation. 241
Merseyside Woman of the Year; Laura Davis profiles 20 of the region's leading women and gives you the chance to vote for the ... 1480
Mirror image. 96
Muffin The Mule galloping back Crash charge. 111
Neptune rising; Sea god poised for a place in Mersey as symbol of our legacy. 678
New man to deal with WDA finance. 189
New Sars suspect waits for test results in isolation. 180
No decision. 145
No hope of saving bat roost; Unsafe house had to be levelled. 306
Now begins the battle to win back the Party; Tony Blair still has an immense problem SPEAKER'S. 368
OBITUARY. 454
Our nation of misinformation. 309
Pearls of wisdom... 109
Pearly mates; Dating plan for N. Wales shellfish. 520
Plaid AM backs local candidates. 113
Police arrested me after race attack; Boxer victim claims he was sprayed with CS gas. 366
Political dogfight for seat as Plaid sit tight; Powell reports. 944
Probe into badgers' role in TB spread. 274
Protests as Iraq is meet to decide country's future. 571
Remember Hillsborough; Don't forget lessons plea. 422
Rock detective Tim solves oil fields puzzle. 1115
Ron's unworthy. 156
Rugby League: LONG DOUBTFUL FOR DERBYDAT. 285
See sense in the fire dispute. 369
Shell out on these delights; Nick Fole helps to make Easter egg-stra special with our list of the top 10 places to go this holiday weekend and the choicest chocolate eggs to enjoy. 905
Shopping bonanza; i Multi- million pound town centre revamp unveiled. 344
Short breaks bring big benefits; Dewi Davies is aiming to help the tourism industry in North Wa les add an extra pounds 150m to its spending. David Jones asks how. 1193
Should we have to pay for something we don't need?; FARM & COUNTRY. 502
SNOOKER: HENDRY: MY FROCK SHOCK. 137
Soloist fulfils in sublime taste. 298
Somerfield may be next target for takeover. 234
Something for everyone. 431
Something for everyone. 403
Storm over Plaid pledge to business. 396
Strike threat over council sick pay. 216
Student winners. 81
Taxing times. 296
Television opera winner signs up for fund-raiser. 368
The patter of tiny feet as zoo celebrates population explosion. 197
THE RACE IS ON THE RACE IS ON; Extreme potential for rural businesses - centre pages. 497
THOUGHT OF THE DAY. 86
Thug battered pensioner. 122
TO RISK ALL FOR HER SON; Woman donates lifesaving kidney. 181
Top names not on the list; Sir Jeremy's tour of watering holes. 368
Tories pledge new deal for North; Labour obsessed with the M4, says leader. 340
Tories policy compared to French veto. 318
Tourism gives a boost to Denbigh's rural economy; Farming in Denbighshire. 790
Traders in scheme to keep out fraudsters. 154
TV reporter `died in crossfire'. 135
UN must have key role - Blair. 99
Unions demand the right to a bank holiday break. 189
US `no plans to invade Syria'. 323
US- style angels on our streets?; Locals may stage patrols to combat the louts: `Thugs have Caernarfon by the throat and they're squeezing'. 1463
War of wages. 202
Wayne's mum quits job Stage star. 175
We have ears for balance not abuse; feedBACK. 556
We saw so many other children die - we'relucky to have Graham at all; A mother's precious gift. 649
Will fire deal end threat of strikes? 338
will harm farmers, says NBA Kennels braced for carcass boom; NEWS Pay cut. 322

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