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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (October 18, 2003)

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...but lollipop ladies are in short supply. 297
`No prosecution' row over injured rookie; Case is left on file after robber denies wounding. 409
A century in the making; Snowdon's most scenic ascent is completed...111 years later! 518
A night of drama to show we care; A survivor's guide to friends and family. 810
A path to the future; As every footstep taken on Snowdonia's mountains further erodes this fragile landscape, it's left to the likes of Dewi Davies to make sure we can still take a hike in years to come. 659
A Session with Amy; Gareth Bicknell on a singer who's played with rock legends but has not forgotten her Welsh roots. 748
All about... RHOSCOLYN BEACON. 92
Artist appeal. 149
Backing for card giant chief. 186
Beatles pictures for sale. 198
Ben fund theft pair face court in Lincoln. 146
Bikers lead tributes to road crash victim. 419
Birthday celebration for bus with no wheels. 168
Book in to a dream home; Former hotel Bridge House is ideal for even the largest of families. 347
BOXING: FEARS DRIVE CHALLENGER. 119
BOXING: Michael Brodie. 107
Breakdowns put services in the red. 165
British nurse in ferry rescue. 347
Brown's tears of joy as son is born. 470
Builders claim housing policy will cost jobs; Prescott's plans attacked. 422
Chance to see Taliban film. 85
Children tending Red Rum grave. 172
Comfort zone; Gabrielle Fagan goes cushion crazy. 364
Council repair workers on strike. 180
Councillors say no way to Euan. 120
Councils rebel against `golden goodbye' plan; Backlash after Assembly forced scheme through. 411
Cricket: Read grasps Stewart role; Young pretender hits maiden 50. 483
Cricket: Ready for role; New star can fill void. 1143
Curiosity corner. 326
Diary dates. 107
Diolch am fod mor ddewr pan fo pob eiliad yn cyfrif. 371
Divided loyalties; S4C star plays against Wales in World Cup. 304
Don't abandon us; Big Issue's plea after drug arrests. 591
Dorinda McCann's column. 774
Double MMR dose boy tested for autism. 212
Drawings sale for coxswain memorial. 182
FAMOUS PART OF CITY'SHISTORY. 104
Fel oen i'r lladdfa -llysieuwraig mewn lladd-dy. 315
Fireworks seized in police raid. 84
Food adverts make fat children over eat; Liverpool research finding. 349
Football: Airbus' full squad daunting prospect for stretched Lex. 505
Football: ALPAY DROPPED BY VILLA. 350
Football: Back in the same boat with victory a priority; TALKING TACTICS ON THE WEEKEND'S GAMES. 747
Football: CARR'SHAPPY TO BE PLAYING; LEICESTER v SPURS, 2pmSUN. 120
Football: Chester eye record takings; CHESTER v HEREFORD CONFERENCE. 136
Football: Chester have top spot in sights. 360
Football: City may be one of the top sides, but we don't roll over for anyone - Smith. 764
Football: City's Sav: I've got no problems with Dion; A VILLA v BIRMINGHAM TOMORROW NOON. 219
Football: Coleman will not stop Davis move; Everton lead pack. 543
Football: CURSE OF THE DRAW; Houllier admits Steaua Bucharest tie is tough. 580
Football: CYMRU ALLIANCE. 165
Football: Dalglish hails Hou's French connection; Reds legend sings teenagers' praises; BARCLAYCARD PREMIERSHIP,PORTSMOUTH v LIVERPOOL,FRATTON PARK,TODAY, 3PM. 1381
Football: Euro tonic lifts spirits ahead of Pompey. 713
Football: EX-JUVESTAR TO FACE JAGS. 102
Football: Fab deal hinges on French connection. 263
Football: FAN SCENE: Life's not so sweet as Rachel lays down the Law. 423
Football: Fans forum The view from the stands. 349
Football: Fighting back; ARSENAL v CHELSEA, 3pm Gunners go on defensive to protect players. 366
Football: Fulham boss: Ace Davis is heading out of Cottage. 301
Football: HAYDEN AIMS TO OUT-FOXE OLD PAL KEWELL. 300
Football: Houllier: Steaua the worst draw possible. 558
Football: Keegan salutes winner Macca; MAN CITY v BOLTON TODAY 3PM. 289
Football: Kilbane's his fight biding time in for Blues shirt; PREMIERSHIP, EVERTON v SOUTHAMPTON,GOODISON,TOMORROW,4.05PM. 1069
Football: Kilbane: I can bide my time but in the end I will be bac; BARCLAYCARD PREMIERSHIP,EVERTON v SOUTHAMPTON, GOODISON PARK,TOMORROW, KICK-OFF4.05PM; Blues midfielder wants to reclaim shirt. 1099
Football: Little voice the one way Rovers will pull clear; TRANMERE v OLDHAM DIVISION TWO. 224
Football: MAC THRILLS IN TRAINING; MAN CITY v BOLTON, 3pm. 113
Football: McClaren eyeing a brighter future; M'BORO v NEWCASTLE TODAY 3PM. 308
Football: MIND GAMES FOR WOLVES. 118
Football: Moyes reunites Blues' strikeduo. 309
Football: Mystery surrounds Bellamy's knee blow. 292
Football: No action on McFadden. 98
Football: No fear for Rio; Silvestre sure Fedinand will pass Elland test. 659
Football: Ormerod steps into the breach. 100
Football: OUR FORM IS FINE -STRACHAN. 281
Football: Past legend gives Reds future stars his approval; PREMIERSHIP, PORTSMOUTH v LIVERPOOL,FRATTON PARK,TODAY,KICK-OFF 3 PM Dalglish joins growing band of admirers of French starlets. 1052
Football: Port hope as City bid to ride storm; Bangor await return to happy hunting ground. 758
Football: Reid: Sir Alex's European spur. 169
Football: REUNITED; Moyes may be ready to unleash prolific partnership on Saints. 474
Football: Saints on Vase trail; NWCL. 184
Football: Son `kept Carr sane' LEICESTER v SPURS TOMORROW 2PM. 168
Football: UEFA Cup draw in full. 118
Football: UEFA CUP DRAW. 118
Football: UNIBOND LEAGUE: Seagulls' free fall worries Mullen. 317
Football: United players are backing Rio; LEEDS v MAN UTD, 12.00. 285
Football: Vics'key clash in battle to survive. 311
Football: WATSON SETS SAIL AT PORT. 368
Football: WELSH PREMIER: Rhyl let striker Graham moveon; Ex-United ace fails to secure start place. 548
Football: Wenger: We'll fight to clear players; ARSENAL v CHELSEA TODAY 3PM. 308
Football: WORRY OVER CRAIG INJURY; BORO v NEWCASTLE, 3pm. 107
Fry-up country puts GMTV in the shade. 872
Fury as bank moves 4,000 jobs to Asia. 182
Getting back to nature; Gareth Bicknell visits Graig Wen, a stunning home in the heart of the scenic Conwy Valley. 328
Giant incentives for the top team. 400
Golf: Bjorn's nemesis out of shadows. 847
GOLF: Shaun robbed of win. 141
Graffiti artist infiltrates Tate. 85
Half- naked man tried to drag girl,16,into car. 469
Here comes the Sweeney; Cathy Winston finds out why life is sweet for Claire Sweeney. 694
Hero grand ad saves day. 197
Hillsborough tragedy dad would have been so proud; Young keeper Paul on fringe of Anfield first team. 757
Home-grown sculpture to welcome visitors. 125
Homes blessed with a touch of the past. 320
HOW WAS SHE ALLOWED TO HANG?; Family fury over hospital suicide. 607
I became a bad girl to please my daughter; Sigourney Weaver reveals how 13-year-old Charlotte persuaded her to star as a sadistic bully in new film Holes. 954
I'll break law again; Defiant ambulance man vows to get speeding rules changed. 464
Jailed for pounds 180k drug haul; Defendant says he was `minding' narcotics stash. 295
Jamie's back on track; Gareth Bicknell on why Jamie Baulch found a games how one of his biggest challenges. 675
Just for kicks. 83
Just pounds 10 the stumbling block; Cut in costs needed to restore link. 798
Just six wardens so drivers escape fines; North Wales councils plan to take over parking patrols from police. 391
Keep off grass. 95
late deals. 381
LONDON MARKET. 296
Make your apple tree the pick of the bunch; Hannah Stephenson discovers how a bit of work today can bring harvests galore tomorrow. 649
Man jailed for drive of terror at 90mph; Fears for public forced police to give up chase. 366
Man killed in early morning car crash. 153
Mistake that must never be repeated. 379
MOTORSPORT: THIRD PLACE FOR JOHNNY. 94
N Wales firms on mission to Oz. 294
New pounds 271m credit line generated. 147
Officers on patrol went to see Blaine. 427
Our field of dreams. 193
overheard. 473
Paradise for store; John Lewis set to be scheme's major tenant. 348
plant of the week ...cordyline. 140
Porn images consultant faces prison. 225
POWER CHAOS DELAYS SERVICES. 150
QUESTION TIME ... 10 to test your TV knowledge. 209
Racing: D'ARCY WANTS INDIAN SIGN. 384
Racing: Vespone the champ. 414
Rail costs soaring; Need for extra cash may mean fare rises or cuts in services. 389
rambles and scrambles Llyn Padarn. 559
Region hit hard by doctors shortage. 409
REOPEN TODDLER INQUIRY; Unlawful killing verdict at inquest. 425
Revamp plan. 92
REVIEW: Julie's as passionate as ever. 136
RUGBY LEAGUE: Paul vows to turn on final style. 312
Rugby League: PAUL VOWS TO TURN ON FINAL STYLE; by IAN LAYBOURN. 410
Rugby Union: Birley is a front runner in charts. 539
RUGBY UNION: CYMRU ALLIANCE: Teen recruit poised for Flint call-up. 137
Rugby Union: No distracting Orrell from cup bid. 438
RUGBY UNION: Unbeaten duo set for Anglesey showdown. 208
Rugby World Cup 2003: All Blacks glad after `workout' NEW ZEALAND ......... 68 CANADA ................ 6. 313
Rugby World Cup 2003: All Blacks rocked by double injury blow; POOL D New Zealand 68 Canada 6. 234
Rugby World Cup 2003: Blow for Lomu. 85
Rugby World Cup 2003: COACH WANTS MORE DESIRE; FRANCE v JAPAN,10AM. 111
Rugby World Cup 2003: Double setback for England,but coach still expects victory; ENGLAND v S AFRICA POOL C,TODAY 1PM. 592
Rugby World Cup 2003: FORGET NOVEMBER'SROMP; Comment. 295
Rugby World Cup 2003: Gwent star: Beware wounded Springboks. 234
Rugby World Cup 2003: IRISH TO PAY COMPLIMENT; IRELAND v N'BIA,SUN 10.30AM. 111
Rugby World Cup 2003: LOMU TURNS DOWN OFFER. 129
Rugby World Cup 2003: Montgomery fires warning. 254
Rugby World Cup 2003: No Love lost with Welsh boys; Tonga coach warns Hansen's men to expect some tough tackling tomorrow. 944
Rugby World Cup 2003: No mercy for the Namibians. 138
Rugby World Cup 2003: No- one is taking the Boks lightly; BEN KAY,in association with Tetley's,Official Beer of England Rugby, files the latest of his Rugby World Cup columns. 641
Rugby World Cup 2003: Scotland bond. 113
Rugby World Cup 2003: SKIP RETURNS FOR GEORGIA. 82
Rugby World Cup 2003: WELSH FACE `BIGHITTERS' WALES v TONGA,SUN 9AM. 102
Rugby World Cup 2003: Woodward shrugs off pair's loss A; Dawson,Hill out,but Clive expects. 854
saturday THOUGHT. 175
Shine with French polish; Shereen Low on the glamorous style that will leave you looking and feeling like a movie star. 798
Shortage of GPs grows in N Wales. 174
Signs that can seal the deal. 288
Singer `not above the law'jury told. 181
SOAPBOX ...; (Week beginning Monday,October 18). 324
Speeding 999 man calls for law change. 166
Spy pub: Glob trotters get a result. 663
Staff win pay-outs after text sacking; pounds 4m but workers want more. 443
stargazing with Steve Reid. 276
Stowaway cat rescued from engine; Henry uses up most of his nine lives under a car bonnet. 273
Students joining protest on fees. 166
sun on my back. 576
Supermarket development to create 200 jobs. 188
Sure bet: Classy Gunners can knock money-daft Chelski off top spot; TAKE A GAMBLE WITH CHRIS WRIGHT. 301
Sure bet: Italy can go all the way; TAKE A GAMBLE WITH CHRIS WRIGHT. 93
Sure bet: Russian rhythm can deliver for the girls; TAKE A GAMBLE WITH CHRIS WRIGHT. 200
Suspicious fire death was accident. 294
Take it as red; Graham Tinsley on why venison is the healthy option. 585
Tasty invention; Slimming aid inspires marinade machine. 371
Team at trade fair to `sell'culture capital. 149
Tears of joy as Chancellor's wife gives birth to boy. 303
THE CAMPAIGN SO FAR. 336
Thief denies pub killing. 242
THOUGHT for the WEEK. 118
Town lived in fear even before attack; MP's survey revealed 86pc were worried. 486
Turf's cut on new pounds 30m park. 415
Two face murder charge. 92
Two fined over dog. 80
Waiting is nearly over. 157
Warning of higher council taxes. 174
Weather watch. 299
week in erddig. 400
welsh with Anne Benson. 503
When speed can and does save lives. 349
Wife Swap pair's `hell'. 113
Wine list. 310
Woman is raped in her home. 139
Women's cancer gamble; Death rate rises as screenings ignored. 500
Wondrous Egypt shows her treasure; Chris Wiltshire marvels at gems from a past civilisation during a memorable trip to the Middle East. 949
Words to grace just any occasion. 420
Wrexham riot role admitted by seven. 217
Wrong jab toddler was unlawfully killed. 163
YOUSAID IT ... Quotes of the week. 149
Yr hero gyfleu beth sy'n newydd i blant; Annes Glynn yn sgwrsio a Karen Peacock. 891

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