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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (January 10, 2003)

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``Absolutely every woman should take advantage of the screening programme and protect themselves''. 337
A bash for Bob; The Merseybeat aristocracy come together to honour late Cavern Club legend Bob Wooler on Sunday, writes Lew Baxter. 1049
A gun crime nearly every day: Firearms abuse will not be tolerated; Home Secretary David Blunkett writes for the Daily Post. 525
A gun crime nearly every day: Gunfire across the city. 208
A gun crime nearly every day: Merseyside offences rise by 7pc. 540
A gun crime nearly every day: Soldier who shot man jailed two years. 317
A gun crime nearly every day: Violence still quite rare, says expert. 316
Academy Football: Barry so eager to end Villa away run. 205
Academy Football: Everton year test face new at Crewe. 365
Academy Football: MELLOR THE SPUR FOR YOUNG REDS. 466
Americana and genuine Thrills . . .; chris brown on ROCK. 701
Artist's work is clearly better by design. 418
Attempt to abduct woman in street. 216
Auditor probes street repairs fraud claims. 697
Bangs at siege as police close in. 446
Britons dead in Turkey plane crash. 427
BUDGET AIRLINE SAYS DIP INTO RED IS `EXCEPTIONAL'. 383
BUDGET AIRLINE SAYS DIP INTO RED IS `EXCEPTIONAL'. 359
Cameras set to spiral; Drivers facing network of speed checks. 446
Chorister set for record contract. 359
Composer dies. 85
Congestion charges will take their toll on us all. 492
Council to cut congestion. 119
Cricket: Trescothick tinkers with technique. 547
Cricket: We will not be propaganda pawns - Lamb. 607
Cricket: World Cup fixture in Zimbabwe. 178
Dad shames teenagers on town website. 465
Dad shames teenagers on town website. 464
Dastardly deeds in a cosy setting; ONE TO WATCH. 497
Did you hear the one about the top 50 list of big names in comedy with no Scousers on it?; But a new generation is waiting in the wings Stanley McHale ``It is far more important to look for what Liverpool has to offer than what it has done in the past. 1048
Drop in B-tests Cameras set to spiral. 110
Ear buzz: Getting my teeth into fresh food. 576
Eating out is not so special. 213
Eating out is not so special. 161
Ecstasy facts. 98
Eisteddfod scene: Eisteddfota Finances clearly can be found. 473
Evidence of talent in the making; CLASSICAL. 481
Film: Epic packs punch but lacks heart; FILMS OF THE WEEK GANGS OF NEW YORK (18, 167mins) Leonardo DiCaprio, Daniel Day-Lewis, Cameron Diaz, Jim Broadbent, John C Reilly, Henry Thomas, Brendan Gleeson, David Hemmings, Liam Neeson. Director Martin Scorsese. THE GOOD GIRL (15, 93mins) Jennifer Aniston, Jake Gyllenhaal, John C Reilly, Tim Blake Nelson, Zooey Deschanel, Mike White, Deborah Rush. Director Miguel Arteta. 749
FOOD PROFESSOR MAKES WHO'S WHO. 173
FOOTBALL SAYS FAREWELL TO LIVERPOOL LEGEND. 234
Football: Ambitious TNS sight Gascoigne signature. 268
Football: ANKLE OP FOR SAINTS' PAHARS. 113
Football: Barry so eager to end Villa away run. 278
Football: BENNI AT THE CROSSROADS. 111
Football: BOLTON SNUB RICKETTS BID. 113
Football: BOWYER MUST ALTER IMAGE. 129
Football: City have got it covered. 292
Football: DACOURT ON ROMA LOAN. 114
Football: DUNN FACING INJURY BLOW. 110
Football: Ferdinand: My new year fitness plan; Rio keen to overcome niggly injuries and makes his mark. 557
Football: GASCOIGNE OFF TO WALES? 264
Football: Halkyn wary of the giant-killer. 332
Football: HEALY EAGER TO MAKE MOVE. 439
Football: HEALY EAGER TO MAKE MOVE. 544
Football: It's our fault; Injured Hamann admits players are to blame for Reds' shocking slump in form. 526
Football: Juninho `better than ever'. 442
Football: Juninho `better than ever'. 320
Football: LUCAS CARD WI LL REMAIN. 109
Football: LUCAS CARD WILL REMAIN. 109
Football: Mathias waiting on Loran injury. 178
Football: McCALL: ACE TONGE CAN GET TASTE FOR PREMIERSHIP GLORY. 537
Football: Mike Barton. 87
Football: Reds won't be held to ransom; Houllier rules out making ridiculous transfer deals. 462
Football: RIISE JUNIOR'S THREAT TO QUIT. 129
Football: Star's tribute to strike partner. 708
Football: TURNER HAPPY WITH PRIZE MOVE. 347
Football: VERON HAPPY AT UNITED. 220
Formula One: VERSTAPPEN JOINS MINARDI F1 TEAM. 149
Fugitive back in jail after six months on run. 415
Girls in kidnap terror ordeal. 284
Golf: Pyman's belated present. 451
Growth programme to help island companies. 342
Hail the Blues brothers. 812
HENRY'S HISTORIC PAINTING ON DISPLAY. 164
High street newsagent - Karen Godfrey. 176
Hip-huggers bad for you. 154
Hockey: Critchley hoping to make the step up. 298
Hockey: QUILTER TESTER. 257
Honour for road safety pioneer. 240
INJURED SEAL PUP RESCUED FROM PROM. 219
It's Margarita time for Paul; Lew Baxter finds Paul Young packing 'em in with his new band. 1131
Jeweller sparks retail cheer. 229
Kate sheds pounds in a digital diet. 166
Landmark TV case adjourned. 196
Legion probe after New Year's brawl; Committee calls two members to attend disciplinary hearing. 415
Let's do the show right here; From Russian rock and roll bands to rock legends U2 to opera stars and ballet dancers, Paul Godfrey, who brings Puccini's Madama Butterfly to Llandudno, has worked with them all. And he's still amazed that the shows do go on, as he tells Jill Tunstall. 1086
Lethal, legal, so, easy to buy and so, Police concern at off-the-shelf airgun that fires REAL bullets. 827
Letter: Cloudy vision. 201
Letter: Good Guy? 195
Letter: Not fur Vicar says church. 145
Letter: Terrible illness. 190
Letter: Water, water, everywhere. 90
Lifesaving invite; Wirral gets screening boost. 394
MBO may save Gardner. 150
Motorcycling: False dawn of the Mersey bike industry. 499
Motoring: Briefly. 98
Motoring: Car buyers are `going for gold'. 117
Motoring: Mini triumphs with top US accolade. 246
Motoring: PLUGS & POINTS. 440
Motoring: Price cuts could be bonus of fewer buyers. 220
Motoring: Ringing in the new. 658
Motoring: Sophisticated tourer with driver appeal; A matter of opinion: Audi A6 2.5TDI SE Avant. 1093
Moving ideas for transport. 136
Mr Edwards with Palestinian leaders. 103
New landfill will make us dioxin capital of N. Wales. 489
No 'smoking guns' say Inspectors. 256
NUT snubs deal. 128
Orig WILLIAMS: Mae'r pwysig yn colli allan ar ddiwedd y dydd. 466
OUR VIEW: A gun battle on our hands. 367
Penny's people: Living the dream in Los Angeles. 202
Penny's people: Love at a pinch. 99
Penny's people: Rockers raise roof to help the homeless. 277
Plaid urges police cash. 139
PM urges patience over Iraq. 195
Police set to put an end to siege. 457
pounds 268m to care for patients. 115
problem denied pounds 200m by Pilks. 253
Puma-like beast. 109
Racing: Chief can rule again. 408
RAF veteran `could have died any time'. 372
RALLY CRASH LANDS DRIVER IN HOSPITAL. 165
Reds' 60,000 goal; New stadium to have bigger capacity than was expected. 412
Revenue opens Welsh-speaking centre. 361
Rugby league: NEW DIVISION IN LEAGUE PYRAMID. 146
Rugby Union Preview: ATHLETICS. 110
Rugby Union Preview: CALDY CRUSADE. 213
Rugby Union: Porth in a storm over keeper row; Leaders face points shock. 376
SAILING: Clipper 2002 Round The World Yacht Race. 213
School coach in M6 crash. 193
Schools back the cause. 161
Screen shots. 427
Security is in place - No 10. 94
Seven named VIPs; But none of new Who's Who entries born on Merseyside. 428
Stand-in lollipop man row. 148
Steel factory to reopen. 109
Stroke help from bats. 113
Taxi man demands answers. 251
Tennis: BECKER TIPPING HEWITT TO WIN. 127
Terror alert over hangover powder. 116
The Interview: Childlike view is sweet inspiration; Alun Prichard meets a young artist whose work was inspired by the wrapper on an Australian candy bar. 650
The trips that cost city pounds 6m. 234
Toxic spill causes delays. 165
Traffic wrangle keeps store shut; Lidl urged to get work done and start trading. 457
Unilever food sale. 99
Unilever French sell off. 124
US tours pay off for Grammy hopefuls Clinic. 519
VALERIE HILL: CHANNEL 4. 96
VALERIE HILL: Dropping a bombshell on all this political correctness. 856
VALERIE HILL: Give us a break, please. 127
Vicar says church is too middle class; `Hierarchy refuses to learn from parishes like mine'. 567
War paint; Artist's war revisited for exhibition through eyes of boy aged five. 1000
We can deal with this crisis, says Pilkington. 406
We need more NHS cash, say hospices; Charities appeal to Assembly for extra help. 473
Who's Hugh debut. 168
You're a parasite; Judge condemns estate's `hard-core of useless people who are a drain on society'. 558
YOUR VIEW: Care costs. 153
YOUR VIEW: Doom and gloom. 151
YOUR VIEW: New year, better service. 268
YOUR VIEW: No honour. 190
Zimbabwe deadlock. 98

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