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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (February 7, 2003)

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: A blight on a masterpiece. 169
: A FACT of city life; Philip Key is invited to see Liverpool's first purpose-built arts building in over 60 years, the highlight of which is a three-screen cinema - and it's not before time. 997
: Back in the Poole... INTERVIEW: Brian Poole; Gerry Marsden made a proposition to Brian Poole and the rest is history - or, at least, a potted telling of the story of rock and roll. Philip Key meets the man behind the Tremeloes, who put his music on the back burner for the sake of the family. 1039
: BASKETBALL: Sheffield Sharks. 83
: Cheer for Peacocks. 119
: CLASSICAL: Forgotten son Austin revealed. 489
: deluding herself Rowling feared. 137
: DIAMONDS ARE STILL A GIRL'S BEST FRIEND. 139
: Globe-trotting Lisa is happy to return home: INTERVEIW - LISA STANSFIELD; Chris Brown talks to the songstress who is returning to the region to do what she does best - strutting her stuff before a live audience. 823
: Kinesis mix brains with sheer brawn. 653
: Lillian's feet remain on the ground despite her worldwide Odyssey. 674
: London market. 307
: Pillar buys site outside Madrid. 227
: Poor sales and profits will cost more ICI jobs. 398
: S&L group boxing clever. 213
`Marina cocktail set will drive out smaller boats' Owners fear for future of traditional way of life. 325
Another musical for Russ Abbot. 91
AREA REALLY DOES HAVE EVERYTHING. 145
Artist given yet another brush-off. 289
ARTS AROUND WALES: Still time to enter Spirit. 238
ATHLETICS: JONES CUTS COACH TIES. 111
Automotive seminar. 114
Bank's move shocks City. 119
BOXING: AUDLEY WOULD BE STAR IN USA. 111
Boxing: McKeever on the attack. 642
BRITISH MUM HOPES TO SEND 10-YEAR-OLD SON TO NEVERLAND. 202
But who's going to reform the reformers? 444
Call for flood defences. 198
Care home crisis; Patients facing waits of months to get private bed. 475
CATHEDRAL TO OFFER ASYLUM; Metropolitan Crypt to house refugees. 173
Che$hire tops the regional rich list; Millionaire capital of North. 398
Cheer for Peacocks. 130
City stunned by interest rates cut to 48-year low. 778
COMIC CAPTION - pounds 10 to be won every week. 89
Companies reveal secrets of success. 198
Cook faces stop-war demo. 232
Council identifies land which could be sold to fund services. 375
Court bid to oust man as father of IVF baby. 532
Cricket: ECB in appeal to overturn decision. 220
Cricket: ENGLAND APPEAL AFTER MATCH-SWITCH VETOED. 460
CRICKET: England told to play on. 450
Cricket: Knight charges to victory; White's display dispels worries over his fitness. 603
Daily Post Comment: A problem of his own making. 338
Disaster baffles NASA. 229
Dock future in balance; The fate of Stanley Dock could hinge on a public inquiry. Larry Neild reports, above, and, below, gives his own impression. 524
Duke's heir dodges pounds 1 Metro fare. 380
Eisteddfod scene: Bank puts name to name game. 481
Eisteddfod scene: Celebrating the cream of Welsh music. 350
Event returns to its roots. 823
Family's racism ordeal. 208
FARMERS GET A KICK OUT OF NEW LIFE. 320
Football Fan Scene: Another season, another plateau. 533
Football Fan Scene: Pressure off for European charge. 413
Football: ACHTERBERG'S BATTLING BACK. 151
FOOTBALL: ANDREI'S ON WAY TO SAUDI. 108
Football: Blue boys fed up on sidelines; Academy Football. 335
FOOTBALL: Buckley mount revenge mission. 366
Football: CUP COMFORT FOR ERIKSSON. 112
Football: Defeat in derby `put star careers on the line' Maine Road horror show proved catalyst for United. 587
Football: Delaney's Wales KO; Full-back's surgery lay-off. 451
FOOTBALL: Devils' seven steps to heaven; Where it's won or lost. 673
FOOTBALL: DOM'S BLOW FOR VOGTS. 124
Football: FEAR OF FAILURE DRIVES KEANE. 112
FOOTBALL: Gresford sign pair. 127
FOOTBALL: Houllier's 4 months of anguish. 227
Football: INTER DISMISS LINK TO GIGGS. 108
FOOTBALL: INTER PASS ON GIGGS. 155
FOOTBALL: JULIAN'S GRAY DAY FOR REDS. 299
FOOTBALL: KEANE LOVING LIFE ON THE EDGE. 374
FOOTBALL: KIRKLAND'S AMARICA OP FEARS; Injured Reds ace jets to US. 586
Football: MATTEO STEPS DOWN. 294
FOOTBALL: NEVILLE: DERBY WAS LOW POINT. 106
FOOTBALL: NICLAS FEARS SWEDEN CHOP. 116
FOOTBALL: NICLAS WORRY OVER SWEDEN CAREER. 429
Football: Palace hero Gray was just following orders. 328
Football: PIRES BACK IN FRENCH SQUAD. 112
FOOTBALL: Prescot Cables. 206
Football: Reds are anxious to play; Academy Football. 390
Football: Seagulls keen to make amends. 308
FOOTBALL: Seasiders launch cup glory bid. 428
FOOTBALL: SOMETIMES YOU SCORE, SOMETIMES YOU DON'T; Indulgent boss on Owen. 727
Football: Strikers suffer goals headache; Misfiring England forwards must improve on finishing if Reds want silver lining to season. 757
Football: Turning point; Jones wants to push on. 605
Football: TYSON HITS HOME DOUBLE; England U20s....... 2 Germany U20s...... 1. 389
Football: WARNER TI PS BEATTIE CALL. 126
FOOTBALL: Winning battle of the mind; Smith's secret weapon. 676
Get your rocks off with this lot. 569
Girl's abductor jailed for a year. 514
GOLF: FIRED UP FOWLER. 474
Golf: Fowler's in the swing. 162
GOOD LUCK; WELSH SOLDIERS SPEARHEAD BRITISH GULF FORCE. 223
Grim warning by Iraq inspectors. 433
Higher world oil prices give massive lift to Shell profits. 254
Hockey: Quilter challenge. 246
Hospital wards closed by bug. 152
Hospital's brave new world of knee joints. 591
I want new law to keep houses local; MP plans private members bill. 302
Inspectors in grim warning to Iraq regime. 520
Jackson attacks Bashir betrayal. 398
Joy as show back in black. 216
Jumping off the band wagon; Catatonia may have thanked the Lord they were Welsh, but the rest of Wales paid them little attention until they made it big over the border. As a prefame CD is released Alun Prichard talks to the man who launched some of Wales biggest bands. 1379
Junk shop glory. 92
Life of a `perfect daughter' cut short. 162
London market. 358
Man denies attack with wheel lock. 366
Missing millionaires show shares snub. 237
Morale's high but I'm a bit wary about chemical war; AS PRESSURE ON SADDAM HUSSEIN MOUNTS, WE MEET NORTH WALES TROOPS SPEARHEADING BRITISH FORCES IN THE GULF. 1307
More ICI jobs go after dip in profits. 398
Moss Bros rolls back into black. 268
MOTOR RACING: TEST DRIVER BURTI QUITS. 120
Motoring: A matter of opinion - Range Rover V8 HSE Bigger and better; Engine: 4398cc V8 32V 282bhp@5400rpm Performance: Top speed: 116mph 0-62: 8.1 secs Economy: Town: 12.7/ out of town: 22.4/ mixed: 17.4mpg Insurance: Group 13 Price: pounds 52,995 OTR. 1223
Motoring: Briefly. 119
Motoring: Driving test theory pass mark raised. 251
Motoring: Estate at the leading edg; Mercedes Benz E-Class Estate. 705
Motoring: Motorcycling: Triumph keeps on flying the flag for Britain. 569
Motoring: PLUGS & POINTS. 495
Motoring: Radar could put an end to m-way pile-up chaos. 326
Murder probe police hunt for key witness. 378
Murdered terror boss is buried. 165
New printing machine will lift Genesis output. 293
No trout pout as Luke's lips face a jab well done. 535
OPERA: A grim tale with no comic relief; Idomeneo Opera North at The Lowry. 301
Outrage over latest bid to unseat Marek. 267
Peer's nephew `lucky' to escape prison. 95
Penny's people - WELSH diary: Bare facts of designer's BA uniform are exposed; Suit too revealing, say cabin staff. 418
Penny's people - WELSH diary: Lembit's chart flop. 118
Pick of the Day Rachel's a real Friend in need; ONE TO WATCH. 541
Pobl od byd reslo, ond pob un yn ffrind arbennig. 479
Police raid forgery base. 90
R&SA sells Aussie fund firm. 149
RACING: Zaffamore on the up. 352
Racing: Zaffamore on the up. 352
Reader's letter: Enemy within. 93
Reader's letter: Face facts. 158
Reader's letter: Party line. 190
Reader's letter: Speed is not the issue. 164
Reader's letter: United strength. 92
Red Admiral displays splash of spring colour. 216
Red tape won't stop us diving at slate quarry. 467
Review welcome. 146
Reward card letter outrage. 83
Rowling feared deluding herself. 136
RUGBY UNION: Dallaglio's fitness bid; SIX NATIONS BUILD-UP. 272
RUGBY UNION: LAPORTE WANTS ANSWERS. 204
Schools `merge to protect Welsh'. 244
Send us your special memories of March. 161
Seven arrested in anti-terror raids. 276
Sex offender faces prison. 189
SNOOKER: HUNTER - HIGHEST BREAK. 104
SNOOKER: O'SULLIVAN RUES ERROR. 128
Soap box: Back in groove. 81
Soap box: Extra time. 111
Soap box: Not laughing. 109
Tennis Davis Cup: Battling Mackin; But Scot outgunned. 462
Tennis Davis Cup: Battling Mackin; Scot shows spirit. 456
TENNIS: HEWITT GOES FOR QUICK KILL. 357
TENNIS: Knight charges to victory. 693
These chestnuts deserve roasting. 853
They think it's all over. It is now . . . for good; Twin towers fall after 80 wonderful years. 852
Top country house prices fall. 182
VALERIE HILL'S COLUMN: Don't they have social services? 287
VALERIE HILL'S COLUMN: Honest, it's not about the money. 140
VALERIE HILL'S COLUMN: It's no ties TV. 181
VALERIE HILL'S COLUMN: Revving up the country parish. 845
Warning loss of cattle could hit special sites. 277
Warning on jobs if centre is blocked. 164
We will not let them walk alone; Defiance as asylum crisis looms People should remember that most of us in this city are from immigrant stock. 1943
Welsh MEPs meet inspectors. 400
Wembley made my hair stand up on end; PLAYERS AND FANS REMEMBER STADIUM'S HEYDAY. 435
You heard it through the grapevine; His face may not be splashed on the cover of music magazines, but composer Karl Jenkins is nonetheless one of the most listened-to names around. Abigail Hughes speaks to the low-profile man who has made it to the pinnacle of his profession. 1098
YOUR VIEW: Birthday honour. 261
YOUR VIEW: City will lose out on ship; LOOKING BACK. 186
YOUR VIEW: Good news. 89
YOUR VIEW: Trouble in store. 136
YOUR VIEW: War talk. 107

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