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

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A 24-carat makeover; Jeweller to stars adds pounds 1m shine to its next century. 465
ACADEMY FOOTBALL: EVERTON: Blues eager to tip the balance. 292
ACADEMY FOOTBALL: LIVERPOOL: Reds kids to tackle United. 396
Agencies act to ease job losses. 184
Airbus on target to beat Boeing. 209
Angry residents blockade road. 270
Arts: AT THE MOVIES: Matrix finale does not solve the puzzle; The Matrix Revolutions (Cert 15):stars Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss; directors Andy and Larry Wachowski.128mins.Rating *** In America (Cert 15):stars Paddy Considine and Samantha Morton; director Jim Sheridan.105mins.Rating ***** Seabiscuit (Cert PG): stars Tobey Maguire and Jeff Bridges; director Gary Ross.141mins.Rating ****. 1172
Arts: CLASSICAL: The spiritual home of all good music no concert ticket to. 532
Arts: Inspired again and on the road; After a period of quiet reflection the Inspiral Carpets are back together to coincide with their ``best of'' album. Chris Brown reports. 787
Arts: Love,laughter and intrigue in Ambridge; Philip Key meets two of acting's least- known faces as they prepare to spill the beans on the Archers. 1253
Arts: The Art of happiness; After surviving an emotional roller-coaster ride,Les Dennis tells Philip Key about what makes life so good these days Cazenove. 1127
ATHLETICS: Chambers' B test `positive'. 139
Athletics: Jackson leads Warrington home. 246
BAA accelerates plans for fifth Heathrow terminal. 191
BEHIND THE SPEAKER'S CHAIR: MPs have to practise what they preach. 368
Belt `could have saved driver's life' Car skidded into the path of a bus. 331
Beyonce takes music spectacular by storm. 194
Billionaire's pay-out bonanza. 215
Bookies crack Italian bets ban. 302
Boxing: US suffer whitewash. 459
Boy in bonfire fall horror. 251
Breast cancer deaths study. 191
British soldier killed in crash. 140
Bulldozers move in after arson at hall; Dream lies in ruins. 498
Burglar dies in fall from city centre roof. 224
By the book: Cyfrol i an nog plant yn ol i fyd llyfrau o'r wasg; Emyr Williams yn trafod llyfrau. 338
By the book: Dark Winter by Andy McNab (BantamPress,hb pounds 17.99). 100
By the book: Dirgelwch y Ty Gwag/Dirgelwch y Powdwr Cosi,Sian Lewis (Gwasg Gomer pounds 4.99). 137
By the book: Just a glimpse of what the butler saw; Vivienne Morgan finds Paul Burrell's account of his life with Princess Diana less revealing than we had been led to believe. 426
By the book: Singled Out by Trisha Ashley (Piatkus,pb pounds 6.99). 204
Car bomb was biggest in Britain for 10 years. 497
Care crisis protest. 495
Cenargo deal will save 400 ferry jobs. 210
Charles denies claim by servant. 223
Charles:I am the accused; But it didn't happen, says the Prince. 429
Cheshire to probe speed claim. 121
Cop mown down by robber's getaway car; `Ruthless' professional crook jailed for 15 years. 595
Couple to sue P&O. 117
Cricket: Strauss is biding his time; Left-hander faces stiff competition. 766
CRICKET: Strauss to play waiting game. 375
Cult student lived in terror. 244
Curtain call: Affleck on ball. 84
Curtain call: Busy Bean. 86
Curtain call: Cheeky chaps. 101
Curtain call: Dance debut. 84
Curtain call: Family affair and all that jazz. 94
Curtain call: Fast food rockers; Gareth Bicknell meets the Welsh rock hopes who struck on the ideal way to get one over the American megacorps. 885
Curtain call: Paltrow hiatus. 110
Curtain call: Remake role fit for a Queen. 91
DAILY POST COMMENT: At least the Dome now has a home. 448
DAILY POST COMMENT: Shop around for a better mortgage deal. 392
Deeside link to city shootings. 107
DOME'S MOVE TO NEW HOME; Hall offered free to Southport. 451
Driving Seat: A matter of OPINION: Setting the trend. 1043
Driving Seat: Audi's open champion. 102
Driving Seat: MG's new rocket blasts off. 235
Driving Seat: Motorcycling: Showtime at the NEC as the days grow shorter. 506
Driving Seat: Nissan recall over engine fault. 175
Driving Seat: Plugs & POINTS. 379
Driving Seat: Wagons roll for Vectra. 623
Ear buzz: Protest pioneers achieved so little. 580
Eisteddfota - Making moves now for 2005. 473
Ezra shares the stage with Bryn. 300
FANSCENE: Everton: Chelsea defeat's showing the way forward. 440
FANSCENE: Liverpool: Sunday can give Owen a perfect platform. 486
Food TIPS. 595
Football: Amoebi seals win for defiant Magpies; UEFA CUP Basel 2 Newcastle United 3. 188
Football: Athens bound; Football side set to head to Paralympics. 735
Football: Bad boys back for Leeds boss. 103
Football: Clubs hope to earn temporary respite over Uefa licences; Premier NEWS ANDY GILPIN ON THE WELSH PREMIER. 643
Football: Djimi fixes Reds' battle of the bog; Wonder strike opens Traore account but Pool ride luck on rain-soakedRomanian pitch STEAUA BUCHAREST 1 LIVERPOOL 1 Traore 23. 1033
Football: Dragons gazing into the future; Young guns went for it in LDV thriller. 650
Football: Ferguson `all-clear' after scare. 421
Football: Ferguson in health scare. 190
Football: Future Sporting Champions event. 180
Football: Keegan suffers a Groc shock; UEFA CUP Manchester City 1 Groclin Dyskobolia 1. 234
Football: LITTLE'S CHOICES. 168
Football: Ljungberg: Kiev win can fire Gunners'Euro glory bid. 368
Football: Owen a galactico, says pal Beckham. 507
Football: Republic missing Keane -O'Shea. 223
Football: Rovers three is not so easy; Higher targets Hard work gives Allen faith in system. 633
Football: Sparky given Brucie bonus. 207
Football: Traore finds water wings; STEAUA .......1 LIVERPOOL ....1 But Reds left to rue wasting glut of chances as Steaua fight back on swamp-likepitch. 1316
Football: UEFA CUP. 170
Football: Vaughan calls on fans ahead of Cup tie. 269
Football: Worth it in the end; Houllier praise for battling display in testing conditions. 546
Garden firm aims to redevelop site. 92
GOLF: Brits lead way. 110
Golf: English duo avoid being left red-faced. 368
Heart disease taking huge toll. 126
Heartbreak of home forced to close. 157
HOCKEY: Hobley named. 89
Hockey: Liverpool at full strength for Yorks. 302
Hospitals defeat looming for Blair. 179
Howard to lead from the centre; `Party for all Britain and all Britons'. 426
Huntley fingerprints `found with clothes' Jury told of `slipof tongue'. 666
I'll deliver, promises Howard. 280
Iceland profits warm Big Food. 381
Iceland warms to changes in stores. 212
ID cards put off for years. 144
Identity cards years away. 176
Interest rates up 1 / pc; Fears over rising debt prompted increase. 437
Kid's classics; Alun Prichard learns about the people behind some of the world's best loved children's fiction. 271
Killed driver `high on drugs'. 285
LETTER: Ban everything. 254
LETTER: Ban fireworks. 114
LETTER: Idea to be slated. 276
LETTER: It's on record. 165
LETTER: Lower fuel tax or a safe planet? 259
Letter: Multi-cultural. 123
Letter: Sorry end. 211
Letter: The key. 122
Letter: Tunnel tax. 83
Letter: War was justified. 180
Light fantastic; Aurora boreal is and autumn brilliance make season joyful. 687
Liner bug spread like wildfire. 344
Liverpool shares pride in the mighty QM2. 446
Man jailed for racist threats at kebab shop. 422
Mayor of Shanghai aims to strengthen links between cities. 168
Minister lobbied in fight for link lift-off. 407
MOTORING: A Matter Of Opinion: Signum sets the trend. 1036
MOTORING: Bikes: Showtime at the NEC as the days grow shorter. 484
MOTORING: Vauxhall Vectra Estate Vectra wag ons get ready to start rolling. 617
Moving Quiggins would be `suicidal' Inquiry told of arts links. 442
OBITUARY: Bobby Hatfield. 371
Police warned: Pound beat to earn our money; Tax rise `should pay for more foot patrols'. 481
Post SOAPBOX: Blues' screen test. 123
Post SOAPBOX: Give it a rest! 121
Post SOAPBOX: Goals,please! 97
Post SOAPBOX: Higher targets. 100
Post SOAPBOX: Relegation fear. 118
Post SOAPBOX: See you,Djimi. 81
Post SOAPBOX: Stay put Michael. 91
Post SOAPBOX: You go,Flo. 106
pounds 60,000 mortgage up by pounds 9. 172
Premier hits back in Sri Lanka struggle. 162
Primary teachers plan to boycott government tests. 265
Profits up but LSE shares slip. 331
Pub chain sold for pounds 1.19bn. 86
Racing: Wales worth a chance. 316
RALLYING: Petter Solberg. 86
RALLYING: Solberg takes rally prologue. 165
Rate rise condemned. 162
Rate rise fears; Firms and borrowers say more hikes will hit fragile recovery. 612
Raunchy rock star Aguilera gets out of the habit. 223
Ready for the off; Roodee boost as hotel set to open doors. 448
RENTAL: The power of X. 925
RESTAURANTS: DINNER DATE: Brookside star would make sure it's Posh. 431
RESTAURANTS: Even eating your greens is a pleasure at Villa Venezia; Pam Carricker enjoys a quiet Italian night out. 860
Righteous Brother found dead in bed. 109
ROCK MUSIC: Mail strike has rocked my world; A stroke of luck from an unlikely place saved me. 607
Rugby League: Forshaw's to the fore; Defensive skills sway it for veteran. 618
RUGBY LEAGUE: Wales duo out. 100
Rugby man is cleared of blinding opposing player. 332
Rugby Union World Cup 2003: Champion experience for Burns DownUnder. 307
Rugby Union World Cup 2003: Diary: BRITISH INVASION OF BRISBANE. 524
Rugby Union World Cup 2003: IRISH HOPEFUL. 251
Rugby Union World Cup 2003: SCOTS SEETHING. 228
Rugby Union World Cup 2003: Take nothing for granted; Johnson warns: We won't be complacent. 652
Rugby Union World Cup 2003: Woodward won't call time on Hill. 516
Rugby Union: Old rivals provide toughest test yet for Orrell. 411
Rugby Union: Promotion rivals clash. 285
Rugby Union: Wales need consistency -Williams. 273
Rugby World Cup 2003: Boks fired up. 107
Rugby World Cup 2003: Johnson: We're expecting tough game; VIEW FROM INSIDE THEENGLANDCAMP. 253
Rugby World Cup 2003: Scots hit back at Aussie jibes. 132
Rugby World Cup 2003: W ales must meet mental ch allenge; VIEW FROM INSIDE THE WALES CAMP COUNTDOWN TO WALES v ENGLAND -2 DAYS TO GO Lose focus and we're out, warns Wil liams. 667
Rugby World Cup 2003: Waugh on alert. 117
Seat maker wins top environment award. 229
Second flood hits students. 89
Sian LLOYD's column: I'll never forget my teenage Valentine. 1077
Sir Paul's film to mark Revolution. 155
SOHAM TRIAL: `Huntley's prints with girls' shirts' Clothing was found in dustbin at college. 1294
SOHAM TRIAL: `Tyres were switched as he attempted to sanitise his car'. 485
Success is skin deep for revived Downey; Robin Walker meets Hollywood star Robert Downey Jnr, who has turned his career -and life -around. 814
Tate profit hit by poor harvest. 81
Teenage chef will get chance to serve up his winning menu. 179
Telewest cuts its losses by 25pc. 175
The Revolution should not be televised; Damon Smith finds the final Matrix offering a hard pill to swallow. 1097
THE VICAR OF GLIBLY; Outrage at bad taste jokes in parish mag. 501
THOUGHT for the DAY. 109
Thousands more will now get help; Countess opens new hi-techChildLine centre. 245
Tourism hopes beached; Residents angry at shops scheme for gardens site. 294
Truth is funnier than fiction; James Rampton speaks to comedian Dave Gorman about a show 140,000 kilometers in the making. 1223
Valerie Hill's column: Call My Bluff. 114
Valerie Hill's column: CHRISTABEL Bielenberg. 111
Valerie Hill's column: ESTHER Rantzen. 133
Valerie Hill's column: Life's a bleach unless you dye. 468
Valerie Hill's column: Sheer poetry to the jaded reader. 322
WALES IN A WEEK ... 5 Great Welsh Conservatives. 183
Why Brookside will live on; This was not the final or last episode. 474
Win tickets for Aintree. 246
Yale's gravestone was never stolen, says church. 185

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