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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (November 21, 2003)

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: Bikes: Sense at last over who's to blame for an accident. 443
: BOXING: BOUT OF 'FLU KOs CALZAGHE. 92
: GOLF: NOT UNDER PAR AT 40 -MONTY. 102
: Racing: Bindaree ready to return to Aintree. 305
: Win racing book. 317
A holy day is bloodied by evil acts; Blair vows to confront the menace as worst attacks in Turkish history leave 27 dead,450 injured. 953
ACADEMY FOOTBALL: EVERTON: Wolf pack next for in-formBlues. 391
ACADEMY FOOTBALL: LIVERPOOL: Teens test in week of work. 392
Appeal into secure unit project opens. 268
Arts: Blurred vision; Damon Albarn tells Chris Brown about Blur's new tour and album and the loss of guitarist Graham Coxon. 819
Arts: Stepping out of Elvis' shadow. 693
Arts: Still happening years later; Philip Key delves into the fascinating and sometimes frightening world of performance art and installations. 904
At one with the elements; Ian Parri meets a sculptress who draws on the essence of all things natural -and supernatural. 931
AT THE MOVIES: Love is all around in this feel good film; Love Actually (Cert 15):stars Hugh Grant,Emma Thompson,Alan Rickman,Colin Firth,Martine McCutcheon,Laura Linney and many others; director Richard Curtis.135mins. Rating ****. 927
Berry role is the cat's whiskers. 96
Bike accident devastated family's life; Trauma may be permanent. 424
Boxing: Rice key to Dodson's recipe for success. 524
BOXING: Sick Calzaghe cancels fight. 89
Brothers who cooked the books are jailed. 423
Bryn tops bill for Children in Need; Madcap stunts across Wales for BBC appeal. 502
Bush is toppled by anti-war marchers; Effigy of President downed in echo of Saddam statue fall. 1095
By George,we're Cohen great guns; Ben is hoping to follow his uncle into the record books, writes Damian Spellman. 641
By the book. 431
Casino chief backs gambling law bill. 144
Catt having last laugh at his critics. 370
Chefs dish up winner. 165
Clapton sells pad. 89
CLASSICAL: The future can still be classical; New music is the lifeblood of orchestras. 526
Comment: A golden opportunity rug by must not let slip. 551
Crack led to crash landing. 141
CRICKET: Anderson Test blow. 161
Cricket: England first for Marsh; AHEAD OF SECOND ONE DAY INTERNATIONAL AN AUSSIE LEGEND GIVES HIS VIEWS Iron Gloves nurturing young talent. 1380
CRICKET: England rocked by rainy season; But Murali's still tourists' big fear. 459
Cricket: More games,more injuries. 427
Cricket: Preparing for the M-factor. 707
Cricket: Vaughan has what it takes to succeed. 384
Crowe's nesting instincts. 744
Culture? Let it be a success; One boasted about their singing parking meters. 461
DAILY POST COMMENT: Fourth Grace will not be finished by 2008. 441
DAILY POST COMMENT: Hold on to Hughes. 111
DAILY POST COMMENT: Terror was here before war in Iraq. 253
DAILY POST COMMENT: War is not the only way to pursue peace. 408
Dallaglio: England have the skills. 630
Deadline looming. 84
Deadline nears for air link fight; Petition goes to Minister next week. 363
Death crash rider had taken drugs. 151
Death of island's teaching pioneer. 158
Double Doyle. 85
Drivers keep track as cameras double; Bid to beat speeding campaign. 538
Driving Seat: A matter of OPINION: Hot kid on the block; Peugeot 206GTI 180. 1125
Driving Seat: Ahead of its time; Toyota's new Prius goes on sale in January and is much more mainstream than the car it replaces. 959
Driving Seat: Phoning home but not from the car. 375
Driving Seat: Plugs & POINTS. 349
Duke tours Broughton and sees the first A380 wing colossus. 290
Emotional Best. 87
Euro cheer for brewer. 85
Ex-Beatle's pounds 3.50 guitar auctioned for pounds 276,000. 267
Ex-RadioCity boss returns as station's MD. 176
F1: SCHU: KNEE IS NO PROBLEM. 95
Fact-finding visit on Welsh economy. 547
Fireman hero tackled robbers. 201
Football: Case still to answer. 168
Football: Chelsea turn down tickets in wake of bombings. 353
Football: Chelsea turn down Turkey tickets. 355
Football: Clubs feeling pinch over Wa les'failure to make Euro finals. 431
Football: DON'T GO BOSS; Giggs pleads with Sparky to stay on. 623
Football: ELLIS DECISION IS `SIGNIFICANT'. 103
Football: England set to avoid big guns. 267
Football: England set to avoid big guns. 138
Football: Euro ko fear if fans misbehave. 340
FOOTBALL: FAN SCENE: Everton: Duncan future doesn't look at all rosy. 421
FOOTBALL: FAN SCENE: Liverpool: What a relief as Michael breaks silence. 484
Football: Ferguson told to stay away as row deepens. 280
Football: Forssell loan deal not yet finalised. 288
Football: GASCOIGNE'S STILL HUNGRY. 381
Football: Hughes can still lead the country to promised land. 425
Football: Nations Cup costs United a Fortune. 298
Football: No need for wholesale change. 388
Football: Nomads players on alert for TNS backlash; WELSH PREMIER. 332
Football: Ouncan stays at home; Ferguson told to keep his distance. 283
Football: Reds trio in frame for recall at Boro. 282
Football: Reds trio return for Boro trip. 271
FOOTBALL: SHANE'S INJURY MISERY. 131
FOOTBALL: Sharps back to play catch-up; Rovers defender happy for chance to impress. 723
Football: Shoulder leaves U21 position for Singapore. 377
Football: Stay with us; Giggs wants Hughes to remain as Wales boss. 556
Football: TEAM DILEMMA STUMPS WENGER. 82
Football: This isn't the end of Wales' revival - in many ways it's just the beginning; Campaign gave fans more highs than lows. 712
Football: THOMPSON IN LONG LAY-OFF. 90
Football: Uwe Rosler. 139
Football: Wenger: I don't know what to do; Manager baffled by selection problems. 465
Football: Wrexham will get our nation smiling again; Pejic's tonic for Euro despair. 615
FORMULA ONE: Schu `fully fit'. 83
Fourth Grace will not be finished by 2008; And doubts arise over funding. 668
Friction picket ends; Workers say fight goes on in courts. 497
Friends reunited; Alun Prichard meets two lifetime friends treading the boards together again and determined to grow old disgracefully. 850
Girls' clothing was found in college bin. 213
GOLF: Monty's 40 and hoping the best is yet to come. 765
Greenwood: We owe the Aussies one. 208
Hockey: Formby in lean spell. 251
HOCKEY: Thriller ends with defeat. 113
Holiday jet crash caused by crack. 408
Hugh's sexy but Johnny Depp is the sexiest. 151
I was drunk, I remember stabbing him. ..I don't know if he bled or not; Woman boiled kettle to pour over her dying victim. 576
Jones blasts back. 118
Judge greets Estonians on visit to court. 179
Jungle fever spreads to world of literature; Lia Hervey reviews a tale that unites races but segregates families. 262
Kelly's still on track; Having made her name in Trainspotting,Kelly Macdonald has gone from strength to strength and stars in a new film out next week. She talks to Eileen Condon. 683
Last chance to hear Thousands of Voices. 355
Letter: Bush not welcome. 111
Letter: EU -not US. 148
Letter: EU value? 194
Letter: Every right. 140
Letter: Ignored. 260
Letter: Justice? 99
Letter: NHS Trust will remedy equality. 341
Letter: No fluoride. 98
Letter: State visit. 149
Letter: Staunch ally NALYSIS. 140
Letter: You're not an AM. 270
Little Mo's big secret out. 91
LONDON MARKET. 239
Misty's return marred by bad news from vet. 451
Mortgage lending sets new record. 272
Motorcycling: Sense at last over who picks up the accident bill. 456
MOTORING: A Matter Of Opinion: Opinion Hottest kid on the block. 1142
MOTORING: PLUGS POINTS. 323
MOTORING: Toyota Prius Ahead of its time. 818
Move to cut stroke deaths. 138
Moves to ease jobs loss blow. 240
Mozart opera. 85
Music and parade at resort's big switch-on. 272
MUSIC: Lunchtime Concert,Philharmonic Hall. 296
Name the vandals; pounds 500 rewards on offer to people who identify graffiti artists. 333
Never forget Jacko's genius. 553
New dimension; Gareth Bicknell looks at a double exhibition which showcases both the sculpted and painted forms. 283
New identity fraud prevention deal. 188
NWDA HAS DIRECT INFLUENCE ON FUNDS OF pounds 1.5bn. 183
o'r wasg Darllenwyr yn bownd o gael blas ar brydau Dudley; Emyr Williams yn trafod llyfrau. 339
OBITUARY: David Power. 404
OUR MAN IN WESTMINSTER: By George! Is he the Tories' Tony Blair?; MPs have described him as both `very nice'and `ruthless'. 374
Our target is well in sight. 497
Outlook to help students. 121
Pensions barrier up. 92
Planned transfer boost for economy. 191
PM praises offshore wind farm success. 427
Police pay pounds 25,000 to brothers for attack. 210
Policeman found burned Beckham shirt in hangar; Building's keys discovered in Ian Huntley's bedroom. 427
PRIDE AND JOY; Jonno's boys ready to rule the world. 158
Pubs set for early session. 128
Quitters surprise Reid; Northerners defy Andy Capp image to lead way in giving up smoking. 423
R&SA hopeful of US progress. 371
Racing: Don't miss the QUAZAR. 434
Reforms go-ahead. 99
RESTAURANTS: DINNER DATE: It was lovely to get squiffy with Sir Anthony. 539
RESTAURANTS: Medals galore for Steve with a special hum of enjoyment; Andy Kelly discovers an Olympic athlete changing tack. 933
RESTAURANTS: TIPS. 668
Return of rock's Status symbols. 127
REVIEW: Explosion with Welsh lilt; Oleanna Clwyd Theatr Cymru. 363
ROCK MUSIC: Shocking approach to marketing. 566
Rugby League: Gilmour included for Ashes climax. 464
Rugby Union World Cup 2003: `Fat boy' Steve eager to wipe out Australia; Thompson ready to join elite club. 859
Rugby Union World cup 2003: Confident Woodward. 444
Rugby Union World Cup 2003: MITCHELL SALUTES WOODWARD; New Zealand .......40 France............13. 276
Rugby Union World Cup 2003: WALLABIES IGNORE WILKINSON. 424
Rugby Union World Cup 2003: World Cup Diary: No flagging after latest `boring' win. 569
Rugby Union: David's grass roots mission; Old Widnesian keen to ensure rugby's future. 1117
Rugby Union: Harvey in as Wirral prepare for battle. 245
Rugby World Cup 2003: `Fat Boy' on top of the world; Hooker Thompson's amazing journey from club player to England superstar. 882
Rugby World Cup 2003: ENGLAND v AUSTRALIA MATCH FACTS. 188
Rugby World Cup 2003: Mitchell salutes `obstinate' Woodward; THIRD PLACE MATCH New Zealand 40 France 13. 161
Rugby World Cup 2003: No anti-Wilkinson plan, says Jones. 269
Sacked nurse wins cash award. 289
Safeway pleased at final profit. 319
Scaffolding manufacturer booming. 278
Scheme for pounds 8m shopping centre. 163
Search for new route may have led to fall; Experienced walker died after slipping on Snowdon. 531
Shock plan to raise care fees; Pensioners face 25pc hike. 367
Sian LLOYD's column: Why it's cool to be a ca ravan groupie. 1063
SIARAD PLAEN. 490
Soapbox: Academy concern. 98
Soapbox: Don't lose faith. 81
Soapbox: Owen relief. 157
Soapbox: Rooney's critical. 164
Soapbox: Stop moaning. 105
Spielberg's sub. 91
SSL on track despite 10pc slide. 154
Stars help realise Angeline's dream; Auction will help cancer victim go to Disneyland. 428
Station upgrade joy. 281
Streets clean-up 20 hours a day. 246
Teacher murder suspect takes secret to grave; Woman's killing in 1969 may never be solved. 329
The mighty Mersey Wave sculpture is in place. 186
The verdict: Deliriously,gorgeously romantic...actually; Romantic comedies make for obvious fare, but nevertheless Damon Smith finds Love Actually an unabashed joy. 923
The verdict: Power moves; Jim Carrey wastes the ultimate gift and lets Arnie muscle back in to blockbuster territory. Damon Smith explains. 778
THOUGHT for the DAY. 147
Time for new challenge; lastminute co-founder quits. 128
Tindall's power pips Catt's guile for final. 264
TODAY'S TELEVISION CHOICE. 380
Top personality. 90
TRIATHLON: Triathlon coachJones named as Wale s'best. 172
Tribute to blast victim. 152
True tale for Penn. 101
Tube vote for strikes. 122
U- turn on voting plan for hospitals. 168
Union in call for takeover go-ahead. 308
Valerie Hill's column: Charles Causley. 89
Valerie Hill's column: Got your number -but it's a secret. 325
Valerie Hill's column: Growing old is mandatory but growing up is optional. 365
Valerie Hill's column: John Simpson. 133
Valerie Hill's column: Odds on you'llfind this book is Hobbit forming. 136
Valerie Hill's column: Viagra. 145
Vandalism could lead to coach pull-out. 185
Verdict on Ryanair subsidy delayed. 87
WAR ON TERRORISM: `My girlfriend's pro-war -she'll kill me'. 319
WAR ON TERRORISM: Britons killed in Istanbul blasts; Defiant message from Blair and Bush as protesters take to streets of London. 537
WAR ON TERRORISM: Consul is among the victims. 666
WAR ON TERRORISM: US soldiers in Basra were good men. 236
Warning to Assembly: don't pick on Masons. 331
Who'll be this year's Christmas cracker? 500
Why Jonno is England's true giant. 503
WIDOW'S HOSPITAL WAIT HELL. 416
Wilkinson kicks rivals into touch; DAILY POST GUIDE TO TOMORROW'S BIG SHOWDOWN. 657

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