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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (June 19, 2003)

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`The car was going too fast hit the officer straight on' Witnesses tell of horror scene as PC is left `writhing in pain'. 653
AM's son recovers from attack. 232
Appointments: Joy in her Hart at top shop job. 438
Arts: Concert marks 100 years of education. 289
Arts: Youth Arts Festival set for a record attendance. 174
Assembly rules out a wail of two cities; As Tariq Tahir and Alan Weston found, a neutral bid defuses any rivalry. 448
ATHLETICS: Glory for Jones in battle of veterans. 291
Awards go to the cream of the crop; Sponsor of the Business Person of the Year award. 349
Banned driver held in custody. 181
BBC show back-tracks over slur onLiverpool's culture. 139
Bike injures boy in park. 141
Blair on rack over `botched' reshuffle; Premier promises debate on changes. 395
Blueprint for rural future on course. 135
Boost if North West is treated as a region. 425
Boxing: Audley set for America move. 190
BOXING: Harrison to be re- born in USA. 158
Boxing: Lewis: I'm the last of the greats. 251
Brown calls for EU economic reform. 140
Car factory pay victory. 83
Cash for shops to stop thieves. 165
Chance to boost the language. 84
CHOICES: BEST BUY - It's cool to have right camera. 268
Concert for computer. 102
Could you be top of the class at Hogwarts? 146
Cricket: Cheshire have high hopes. 280
CRICKET: Cox racks up runs to douse fire of Dragons. 239
Cricket: Flintoff aims to inspire; All-rounder to lead from front. 560
Cricket: Hooper stays on. 137
CRICKET: Ice-man Freddie aims to bathe in greatness; Flintoff adopts fitness plan to aid recovery. 435
Culture vultures; City's new status sparks homes gazumping fears. 612
Cultured night proves Liverpool is the business. 560
David CHARTERS: A man who lived up to the Hollywood legend. 833
Deepcut deaths: MPs in probe call. 261
Dictator's aide held. 205
Disgraced Archer on parole from July. 164
Disgraced peer to be freed next month. 292
Doddy plans a museum of mirth. 245
ELWa to tackle financial crisis. 214
Five hurt in crash chaos. 150
Football: Barca aim for revenge in shape of Ronaldinho. 255
Football: Big two battle for ace Kewell. 95
Football: Duo primed for Kewell scrap. 291
Football: Introducing the men who could launch new era at Old Trafford; SIR ALEX FERGUSON can now raid the transfer market on the back of David Beckham's transfer to Real Madrid. Who is on Ferguson's hit list to make fans forget Beckham? Post Sport runs the rule over the likely targets. 312
Football: Konchesky shock. 91
Football: Lloyd-Williams set for Aberystwyth move. 175
Football: Mania as star couple touch down. 255
Football: Moyes inspires Felgate revolution. 354
Football: Moyes waiting on transfer kitty. 355
Football: pounds 25mBeckham is the new Ronaldo; least Real will give him his shirt. 573
Football: Reed aims to finish on a high. 252
Football: Ronaldo desperate for dream transfer. 260
Football: Rovers settle Watson dispute. 205
Football: Shirt Swap. 360
Football: Things can only get better for Beckham; Life could be dream come true in Madrid. 854
Football: TNS and Oswestry merger receives FAW go-ahead. 278
Football: Video star Rogers lands Blades deal; United sign keeper on strength of film clips. 528
Former C&W chief agrees to 75pc cut in pay-off. 198
Freedom for Wales as part of UK challenge. 285
Freedom hope. 94
Funeral takes place of woman found hanged in prison. 153
Golf: Grant aids Vics'move. 215
Golf: Walsh is ready to steer Port back u. 311
Golfers get in the swing for charity day challenge. 127
Growing firm at Royal Show. 182
Guru with a joke in his message. 612
Harold Brough: In brief. 443
Harold Brough: Richard is on a Tiger hunt. 702
Harry Potter and the book order of the centur; As JK Rowling's Philosopher's Stone is translated into Welsh, her fifth wizard adventure takes Britain by storm. 1171
Health chief's new son. 173
Hero rower loses boat. 201
How I was driven out of Labour Party; Political skullduggery was the name of the game in the 1970s and 80s,as leftist factions attempted to take over the Labour Party. Former MP Tom Ellis reveals all to Ian Parri. 957
I asked how to get to the Town Hall in a German accent ...I was sent to Sefton Park Palm House; Customer service in Liverpool is ``simply not good enough'',according to the Department of Culture's representative in the North West. The Daily Post yesterday sent reporter Mark Hookham to test the city's customer care. 713
If they have done nothing wrong, they have nothing to hide; MP and human rights group allege Deepcut cover-up. 414
International Motor Rally roaring back. 390
Ireland cleared of cheating. 118
Jaguar's made of the Wright stuff. 580
Jobs stubbed out as BAT axes plant. 498
Judge backs Ann Summers in advert row. 281
Judge outlaws ads ban on sex toys chain; Fabian Che Jed takes a bow. 379
Korea flies in with Airbus A380 order. 385
Koreans buy eight Airbus jumbos. 201
LAST NIGHT'S TV: It's royally dull telly. 364
Leslie vows to clear his name; Presenter charged with sex offences. 554
Leslie:I'minnocent of sex attack charges. 401
LET US BUILD THE FUTURE; Architects attack `lack of ambition'. 172
Letter: A work of devilment. 271
Letter: Knock-out! 94
Letter: Less is Moore. 91
Letter: Red tape war. 151
Letter: Thank you. 197
Letter: We love it. 98
Littlewoods appoints new caterer. 92
Madrid's the place for us, says Posh. 382
Management in bid for hotels. 195
Mine's a cheap one, say NW drinkers. 431
Minister demands euro at right rate. 170
More school tests set to be scrapped. 336
Mother and daughter killed in head-oncrash. 339
Murder bid man is bailed. 162
No halo for angel voiced singer. 191
North Wales head of CID bows out; Retirement for detective who smashed care home abuse case. 373
OBITUARY: Hume Cronyn. 382
OLYMPICS: Becks appeal. 102
Our man in Westminster: Is he the best leader the Tories never had? 368
Pavarotti pull-out could cost us thousands; But townsfolk are still looking forward to Eisteddfod spectacular. 540
PC IN STOLEN CAR HORROR; Officer suffers head injuries as car ploughs through road block. 126
Philip Key's Arts Diary: Liverpool stage hit in comeback. 568
Philip Key's Arts Diary: MUSIC REVIEW - Ghost of the Robot, Cavern Club. 311
Plea for Euro city; Take design lead, architects urge. 657
Plight of patients. 109
Post offices set to launch loans; Network in competition with banks. 247
pounds 1m to find out how we became humans. 417
Prison rated top. 83
Racing: Dinos can be cup king. 382
Racing: Sindapour is Ascot success for Dwyer. 460
Rail fury as Japanese boss is left stranded. 343
Raise a toast to local talent. 541
Rock'n'roller turns his hand to guitar doctor. 209
Rod's wife files for divorce. 103
RUGBY UNION: 50 years of hurt; Charvis: We're ready to end All Black jinx. 443
Rugby Union: Johnson: No looking ba ck. 555
Rugby Union: Jones call for strong referee. 241
Saddam aide captured. 529
Saddam posed a threat,insists PM. 366
Schoolgirl,13, will mingle with stars; Excited August wins invite to exclusive Harry Potter launch party. 400
Slater Street rule secret of success. 564
Snack bar group prospers on stability. 237
Soccer programme is the best in Wales. 218
Solicitor launches counter criticism; Blame magistrates for court delays, says angry lawyer. 370
Start of the city's renaissance. 371
Success means it's a great place to work. 372
Talent, drive, vision, belief... 394
Telecoms firm qualifies to help small firms grow. 276
Tennis: Greg warms up for SW 19 with whirlwind display. 312
Tennis: Rudsedski roars int last eight. 488
TENNIS: Rusedski takes advantage of aces up his sleeve. 324
The daily post Comment: City with designs on a new future. 461
The Daily Post Comment: The moral maze in a Jobcentre. 474
The shy girl we'veall spent an evening with; She has clinched major parts in TVdramas and stage plays and will soon appear in the eagerly awaited film The Virgin of Liverpool. Now Claire Hackett is passing on her knowledge in a theatre workshop. 1707
Top eco award blows in a storm. 178
Trevor Peake: Baynes is sc ratc h champion at las; Afternoon form key to success, says victor. 479
Trevor Peake: CLUBS ROUND-UP. 183
Trevor Peake: Edwards prepares Classic defence. 328
Trevor Peake: Open glory tall order for North. 280
Trust The Post: A battle deservedly won. 436
Tunnels police review pledge. 275
UK-wide kids ban for sex offender; Contact with anyone under 16 is forbidden. 338
Unison to rock boat on strikes and funds. 166
Victim's mum sets up animal attack group. 261
WALES IN A WEEK ... 4 Speed cameras. 183
War stories; Peace campaigner's West Bank horror. 491
Welsh would lose in pay policy says Plaid. 247
What's the real magic behind Harry Potter?; With the next Harry Potter novel hitting the bookshops, what makes this series such a worldwide best-seller? Peter Elson gets some wizard guidance. 1133
Whowunnit? Agatha Christie fan's pounds 2.5m; Theatre box plan for Lotto winner. 462
Wizard Potter trivia. 121
Your Letters: All the same. 118
Your Letters: Burmese fear. 98
Your Letters: Care injustice. 243
Your Letters: More truthful. 234
Your Letters: Movable feast. 114
Your Letters: Pension failure. 103
Your Letters: Royal insult. 89
Your Letters: We listened to the voters. 116

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