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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (November 15, 2003)

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Title Author Type Words
`Proper Scouser'is spared jail. 239
A cautious approach is good sense. 387
A great little band; `New' Beatles album goes back to basics. 654
A land where Santa's magic lasts all year; Travel - Andrew Lee heads north and discovers it's Christmas Day every Day in Lapland. 1203
Alice douglas - hangover from hell; a survivor's guide to friends and family. 933
All about... PLAS NEWYDD. 114
Anthem haunts writer. 146
Antiques - curiosity corner. 350
ATHLETICS: Clash of fixtures. 127
Black police could interview all recruits; Proposal to help keep racists out of North Wales force. 308
Books - Feast fit for a queen; Nell Raven looks at a book which takes you behind the scenes in the Buckingham Palace kitchen. 1096
Bus driver quizzed over missing Alicia. 501
Bush to face big protests. 436
Captain delighted as new luxury liner surpasses all his expectations. 172
Captain leading rebuilding of Kabul. 219
Car thief drives off with blind woman. 243
Cheesemakers strike gold. 167
Cricket: Keep your cool; Vaughan asks team to play in right way. 576
Cricket: Marsh's five-year plan. 350
CRICKET: Pressure's up; Tour gets tough now -Vaughan. 207
Dazzling array of lights fires up Christmas present appeal. 174
Derrinda McCann; Every year I find myself wishing that Christmas didn't start so early, and I groan when I see decorations being hung in October. 755
Devoted husband who plays the field; From good husband to bad boy Gareth Bicknell finds Julian Lewis Jones is not afraid of diversity. 841
Dog kidnap plotter escapes jail. 230
Dragons' fire to melt Moscow ice; Fans gather to roar on football heroes. 579
Drug gang prison sentences increased; Appeal judges say jail terms far too lenient. 426
Dwy swydd: dau bleser go wahanol. 303
Erotica show expected to attract 70,000 after launch by Hamiltons. 194
Family devastated at deaths of `amazing' children. 478
Fashion - Tartan army. 583
Ferries in chaos; 80mph gusts batter coast. 344
Field of Hope planted. 159
Finance group to add 200 jobs; Three-man firm expanding into major operation. 342
Food - Hall At Sea; Gareth Hughes at Nant Hall Restaurant, Prestatyn. 871
Food - Taste of Italy; Graham Tinsley serves up a trio of Tuscan treats. 531
Football: `I just filled it up with lager' RUSSIA v WALES, EURO 2004 PLAY-OFF FIRST LEG,LOKOMOTIV STADIUM,MOSCOW,KO 4PM; Wales legend Joey Jones recalls the time he won a Russian tea urn -and didn't know how to use it. 1270
Football: A complete mess; FRIENDLY,ENGLAND v DENMARK,TOMORROW,4PM; Taylor in FA attack after new selection debacle. 628
Football: A NEW WORLD ORDER; Sparky challenges Wales to become soccer superpower. 348
Football: Advocaat still coy over who starts for Holland; SCOTLAND v HOLLAND,HAMPDEN PARK, 3PM. 447
Football: Bay boss demands instant backlash; UNIBOND LEAGUE. 283
Football: Beattie's call has Palios on the rack. 595
Football: Chairman: Wright won't leave until we're up; CHESTER v BARNET CONFERENCE 3PM. 343
Football: Comment: Palios aura is tarnished. 388
Football: COMMENT: Palios bears the brunt of farce. 456
Football: CYMRU ALLIANCE: Halkyn fury as plea for postponement rejected. 325
Football: CYMRU ALLIANCE: Veteran and teen ace face leaders. 224
Football: Earnie: I'd shave my head for a goal. 282
Football: FA facing fresh selection chaos. 461
Football: Fan Scene: Euro stakes are high for travelling Red Army. 399
Football: FanScene: Giant- killing boot is on the other foot; BARNSLEY v TRANMERE,OAKWELL,TODAY, 3PM. 309
Football: FINNAN'S KO FEAR; Reds defender hit by knee injury as duo eye recovery. 532
Football: Hughes drops big game hint; EURO 2004 PLAY-OFF,RUSSIA v WALES,KO 4PM; Manager needs Dragon stars to shine. 835
Football: Jerzy Dudek receives special blessing from the Pope. 150
Football: JOHN CHARLES INTERVIEW: Confidence is key to win. 359
Football: Little: It's going okay but we're not safe yet; BARNSLEY v TRANMERE DIVISION TWO 3PM. 305
Football: O'Leary rejects cash row claims. 352
Football: Red Tykes spell danger; We are still not out of trouble yet, warns Little. 904
Football: RUSSIA FACTFILE. 184
Football: Savage can lead Moscow mission; RUSSIA v WALES, EURO 2004 PLAY-OFF FIRST LEG,LOKOMOTIV STADIUM,MOSCOW,KO 4PM; Speed says Robbie's the man to crack Russians. 880
Football: Scots secret agents can double up Dutch; Vogts hopes young stars can be surprise packets. 735
Football: Sparky's going to carry on regardless. 258
Football: United safe from takeover threats. 97
Football: Vaughan backs the Wright men; Chairman's boost ahead of Barnet crunchclash. 420
Football: VAUXHALL AIM TO BUILD ON PROGRESS; UniBond League. 436
Football: Victory is vital for Vics. 270
Football: Vogts banks on unknown; SCOTLAND v HOLLAND EURO 2004 PLAY-OFF, 3PM. 313
Football: WELSH PREMIER: Davenport patches up Bangor for County trip; City miss six regulars. 514
Football: WELSH PREMIER: Rhyl form surge facing acid test; Lilywhites head for TNS showdown. 809
Football: WELSH PREMIER: Robins' redemption bid. 282
Gardening - Deadly disease hits our shores; But experts say there's no need to panic over Sudden Oak Death Syndrome. 446
George helps launch charity appeal. 185
Go on Wales, big chance it's your. 391
GOLF: Ireland crash. 123
Golf: Woosnam has Wales in with a chance. 516
Half of electric blankets unsafe. 156
Hamiltons launch erotica show. 137
Her fawr -a hanesyddol -y gemau ail gyfle. 383
Homes - Cottage of your dreams; Alun Prichard looks at a 300-year- old gem with spectacular views and plenty of space. 325
Hospital building saved in U-turn; Village victory after protest over plan. 556
Hospital matrons carry on nursing; New ward role proves a big success. 469
How to get that patriotic look. 184
Hunt for man seen talking to victim. 224
Hysbyseb heb ei hail i'r bywyd diwyd, tawel cymru; Annes Glynn yn sgwrsio a Harri Evans, sy'nedrych ymlaen at ei ben-blwydd yn101. 800
I didn't bother telling police I'd seen the girls; Huntley took eight hours to report sighting. 729
I wish it wouldn't be Christmas every day; MPs call for musical restraint. 573
Import controls appeal after potato rot alert. 213
Interiors - Winter warmers; Gabrielle Fagan uncovers the styles to brighten up your home during the darkest of seasons. 685
John Pugh's column: Crusade for a splendid cause. 426
Johnson leads call for Blair to drop foundation hospitals; BMA strongly opposed. 468
Lotto gives electrical workers happy shock; Five and the bonus ball nets syndicate pounds 106,854. 403
Low bridge crash driver suspended. 155
Man jailed for threat to smash up pub. 279
Mel C to switch on lights spectacular. 154
Merry being the monarch; Gabrielle Fagen on why Rufus Sewell has spent the last four months bedding a string of beautiful women for his latest role. 607
Moscow Mission. 644
MPs all back drink ban on Merseyrail SUNDAY every; Solid support for bye-law. 447
Murdoch warns of possible switch to Tories. 213
Name change pays off. 158
New jobs promise from finance firm. 214
NWCL: Skem to hit back. 223
OAPs `losing pounds 30 a month'. 176
over heard. 480
People - Friel ready to woo the movie world; Tonight she presents a TV show about icons,but is the former soap star on the way to becoming one herself? 1019
Plaid AMs speak up for sacked workers; Call to end employers' `abuse of power'. 504
Police issue e-fit of Edge Hill hitman. 247
Prince's joy. 83
QUESTION TIME ... 10 to test your TV knowledge. 216
Quiz over crash tragedy. 115
Quotes of the week YOUSAID IT ... 105
Racing: Track suits Fondmort. 372
Racing: Track will suit Fondmort. 373
Reluctant witness; Huntley waited eight hours to tell police about seeing girls. 499
Royal Mail apology for letters letdown; Holiday deliveries invite burglars, say angry couple. 457
RUGBY LEAGUE: Aussies given Ashes warning. 123
Rugby League: French plan final test for England. 186
Rugby League: Test return raises the temperature; GREAT BRITAIN v AUSTRALIA, 2nd ASHES TEST Horne warns of hot welcome. 403
RUGBY UNION: Neighbours' showdown. 204
Rugby Union: Skipper Sewell returns. 432
Rugby World Cup 2003: Aussie coach Jones in the dark over final victors. 420
Rugby World Cup 2003: Aussies on the brink of memorable breakdown. 406
Rugby World Cup 2003: Ellis plots English downfall. 195
Rugby World Cup 2003: Jack's the lad as England eye final countdown for upbeat Clive; SPOTLIGHT ON ENGLAND'S DATE WITH DESTINY AT THE RUGBY UNION WORLD CUP 2003 IN AUSTRALIA. 1037
Rugby World Cup 2003: We can do it; Woodward: Feel- good factor will see us win. 461
Rugby World Cup 2003: We're ready for ultimate French test; ENGLAND star Ben Kay,in association with Tetley's,Official Beer of England Rugby, looks ahead to tomorrow. 538
Rugby World Cup 2003: Yorkshire grit stands in way of glory bid. 274
Safety measures `greatest ever'. 186
Sales blow for charity dinner; Too few takers to hear boxing legend talk. 377
saturday THOUGHT. 272
Schools losing batt le to beat the burglars; Equipment taken in latest raid. 340
Shareholders back appointment of Murdoch junior. 242
Shoplifter died after pursuit fall. 348
Smith tells Crowell to keep up the aggro; LUTON v WREXHAM, DIVISION TWO,KENILWORTH ROAD, 3PM. 796
SNOOKER: `Rocket' victor. 119
SOAPBOX ...; (Week beginning Monday,November 17). 302
Soldier's mother slams Bush `publicity stunt' President to meet relatives. 660
Space age way of improving safety. 369
SPORTS STEROID SCANDAL EXPOSED; Abusers clamour for free syringes. 120
Steroid abuse is new drug peril; Massive demand at needle exchanges. 831
Still time to enter great competitions. 217
Stroke victims `ignored'. 193
SURE BET: Giggs can fire Wales into Euro spotlight. 315
Surge in car crime prompts campaign. 191
Terror smash milkman's lucky escape. 203
THE pounds 30m MATCH; Sparky's Red Army 180 minutes from fame and fortune. 459
THOUGHT for the WEEK. 122
Train operator `will make changes for station safety'. 351
Training plan to boost use of local dishes. 173
Unions will fight to halt homes handover; Transfer `would be disaster for town'. 371
Upset over con cert remark to pensioner. 427
VIPs must come by bus; Culture visit highlights poor transport network. 413
Welsh power to veto ID card. 208
Who says dogs don't like having a bath?; Pets will recover in luxury. 587
Wild wales - bird watch. 464
Wild wales - rambles and scrambles yr arddu walk. 674
Wild wales - Talking to trees is pure poetry. 554
Your Shout: Can Wales make it to Portugal? 91
Your Shout: Sports Letter. 101
Your Shout: Sports Letter. 84
Your Shout: Sports Letter. 98

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