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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (April 20, 2004)

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`Love at first sight' with Beckham. 161
20 years ago. 88
30 years ago. 100
A cut above; Shereen Low meets hairdressing great Guy Mascolo. 595
A MUM'S TORMENT; `I warned them my son would kill himself' inquest told. 608
Aladdin's cave of laptops. 164
All about... ST TYSILIO CHURCH. 94
America goes on alert and braces itself for a new al Qaida assault. 496
Anti-terrorist raids net 10; 400 police officers involved in swoops. 247
Appeal for historic window. 122
ARTS DIARY: Ayers joins bill. 157
ARTS DIARY: Blind comic is heading for top. 203
ARTS DIARY: Cantering in from the desert for Carmen. 566
Attack victim very poorly. 94
Ban ushers in a fresh Big Apple ... With Liverpool being urged to go smoke-free,Daily Post correspondent Catherine Jones reports from New York on how their ban is working. 979
Bedroom designs to please the kids. 163
BEHIND THE SPEAKER'S CHAIR: Referendum rout; He is now poised to slam into reverse. 475
Blair opens door for Europe referendum. 454
Blair to speak on EU treaty `U-turn'. 236
Blast at holding girls in prison. 141
born in wales. 475
BOXING: Merseyside hopefuls aiming for Athens place. 270
Brewery to back raft run. 84
Brick missile killer is jailed for six years. 95
bride and joy. 99
Britons killed in crash. 88
Camping holidays hit by trend for shorter breaks. 370
Cancer victim battles pain to finish race. 156
Charlotte `offered coke at 13'. 271
Charlotte turned down drugs. 263
Close shave for Beckham. 173
Contest gets young minds flowering. 407
Council cleared over bird nests. 236
Craft group creates picture of village life. 124
CRICKET: Lancs' curse. 116
CRICKET: Man with the plan; Moyes is a student of the game... as it evolves, so does he. 589
CRICKET: One-day hero Read is ready for battle; Notts star: I'll fight for Test berth. 428
CRICKET: One-day hero Read's ready to fight back. 539
CRICKET: Reasons to be cheerful, just not many of them. 310
CRICKET: Sutton Williamson in pulls up Daffodils. 168
CRICKET: Weather denies Lancashire once more. 169
cutest kids. 147
DAILY POST COMMENT: Burnt-out glory. 141
DAILY POST COMMENT: High stakes as big names vie for casino plan. 408
DAILY POST COMMENT: We all have a hero hidden deep inside. 279
DAVID BANKS COLUMN: 65m reasons why money can't buy happiness. 224
DAVID BANKS COLUMN: the road to becoming an endangered species; WALES' MOST OUTSPOKEN AND CONTROVERSIAL COLUMNIST. 592
DAVID CHARTERS: So the fingers on the clock edge forward. 876
Decrypting the tale of a codebreaker; Gareth Bicknell reports on a fascinating riddle from history surrounding a school's genius old boy. 402
Ferry is out of action. 187
Firm gets new drug to tackle bronchitis. 163
Fit for a princess; Author finds royal link with N. Wales village. 533
FOOTBALL: A proud day as the `Gentle Giant' is brought home to his beloved Wales. 307
FOOTBALL: Athletic fall to call from Avon; South Wirral League. 322
FOOTBALL: Bellamy eyes a quick return. 103
FOOTBALL: Call- up for quartet at promoted City. 351
FOOTBALL: Carragher: We'll come good at old enemy's lair. 392
FOOTBALL: Champions celebrate title with six goals; Houlihan's Birkenhead Sunday League. 406
FOOTBALL: Charles's home city celebration. 101
FOOTBALL: Charlton urged to grab Champions chance. 356
FOOTBALL: Cisse's France ban is reduced. 87
FOOTBALL: De Boer Qatar move. 80
FOOTBALL: Dobson leads by example to stop Royal ascent; Wallasey Sunday League. 344
FOOTBALL: Duo mount challenge for first-teamberths; Runners-up spot is still possible Robinson and Taylor impress as second string maintain form. 596
FOOTBALL: Everton will fight for American teenager. 353
FOOTBALL: Farmers Arms slip up at rivals Ship; Wirral Sunday League. 287
FOOTBALL: FINAL HOPE FOR WAL ES; Just 55 days until Euro 2004. ..and the FAW launches last- ditch appeal for Portugal spot. 435
FOOTBALL: Final place spur for youngsters; ACADEMY FOOTBALL EVERTON. 391
FOOTBALL: Furlong nets four to claim league; West Cheshire League. 561
FOOTBALL: Hector is Dragons' goal king but now he wants more... SECOND DIVISION,OLDHAM v WREXHAM, 7.45PM Oldham v Wrexham. 650
FOOTBALL: Keane isn't moving yet. 122
FOOTBALL: Legend Maradona in intensive care; But furious doctor rejects drug overdose claims. 427
FOOTBALL: Maradona remains hospital bound. 165
FOOTBALL: Mariners secure point for play-offs; Bradford PA .......1 Marine ...........1. 139
FOOTBALL: Moyes in chase for American whizz kid. 233
FOOTBALL: Premier class; Man United v Charlton Ferguson: Top flight contains quality in depth. 641
FOOTBALL: Ranieri:I'm facing most important game of my life. 762
FOOTBALL: Reds can earn Old Trafford triumph; Carragher confident ahead of crucial United showdown. 473
FOOTBALL: Reid could cost pounds 10m-Kinnear. 85
FOOTBALL: Relaxed Giuly ready for Chelsea challenge. 248
FOOTBALL: Reserves close gap on league leaders; Tranmere Rovers Res... 3 Huddersfield Town Res. 0. 210
FOOTBALL: Runners-up spot is still possible; LIVERPOOL. 405
FOOTBALL: So who believes this is the biggest game of his life? 655
FOOTBALL: Struggling Druids axe boss `out of the blue'. 332
FOOTBALL: Supporters holding casino fundraiser. 123
FOOTBALL: To be Frank, there's none better than Lampard. 396
FOOTBALL: Top-flight standards slipping? No chance; Premiership still one of best leagues in world -Ferguson. 357
FOOTBALL: United rocked by Scholes' three-matchban. 324
FOOTBALL: United rocked by three-match ban for Scholes. 151
FOOTBALL: Unstoppable Dock continue title march; Liverpool County Combination. 504
FOOTBALL: Wales take drugs appeal to arbitration. 283
FOOTBALL: Worn-out Buckley's last push; CYMRU ALLIANCE. 307
FOOTBALL: Xaverians rewarded for 100-year effort; I-ZingariLeague. 349
Gay canon to be Dean. 131
Gay cleric is to be new Dean of St Albans. 206
Gem of a donation for ruby anniversary; Gareth Bicknell reports on a couple whose first thought was for others when their 40th wedding anniversary came around. 497
Genial figure on popular TV shows. 273
Georgia shines with a bouquet for a princess. 209
GOLF NORTHWEST: Captain reveals Curtis line-up. 180
GOLF NORTHWEST: Marshall conjures up magic moment; Wirral teenager's opening tee shot earns a hole in one. 358
GOLF: COURSE TEST - True link with golf's history; Harold Brough visits an historic Merseyside links. 1625
GOLF: Dill defies the odds to chase top prize. 365
GOLF: Flock to the Park; Sheppard to defend title at Northop. 921
GOLF: Formby is ready to greet golf's new sensation; Great Britain and Ireland Curtis Cup squad: C Coughlan (Cork),E Duggleby (Malton & Norton),A Highgate (Southerndown),A Laing (Vale of Leven),D Masters (BearstedTudor Park),S McKevitt (Reading),F More (Chesterfield),N Timmins (SeneValley). Reserves: L Kenny (Stirling),T Mangan (Ennis),K Phillips (Creigiau),C Queen (Drumpellier). 717
GOLF: GOLFING TRAVELOGUE - Rare finds amid island's golfing cliff top challenge. 344
GOLF: Hesketh plays host to Lancashire match. 82
GOLF: Lancashire regain title. 148
GOLF: Masters re-run. 94
GOLF: MY GOLFING LIFE: RAY HUGHES, Cheshire captain. 576
GOLF: Pairs chasing a place in Portugal. 240
GOLF: Ramsdale relishing a shot at tour dream. 768
GOLF: Slattery's first win. 118
GOLF: TOUR NEWS - Mickelson ready for Masters re-match. 240
GOLFNORTHWEST: Marshall conjures up magic moment; Wirral teenager's opening tee shot earns a hole in one. 735
Gunshot victim,11, launches amnesty; `No questions asked' of those who hand their firearms in to police. 507
Heart attack kills McDonald's boss. 162
Heart attack kills McDonald's head. 204
HOCKEY: Cullen treble crowns Hightown season. 206
Hospice plea for caring bosses to get their walking boots on. 276
how we met; Gordon and Jean Davies, from Penygroes,married on April 18 1964. 317
I don't think I'll be good enough to be a real mum; Former Brookside and Hollyoaks star Kerrie Taylor talks to Sarah Waterfall about her gritty new role. 998
I tripped over dog -Spacey. 90
Jet passenger jailed over carrying bullets. 163
Jet workers in walkout; Lunchtime protest over jobs cut threat. 405
LEGAL WEEK: Law firm expands fraud department. 120
LEGAL WEEK: Offensive e-mails may cause costly court cases, firms told. 183
LEGAL WEEK: Same-sex couples may soon have equal rights. 414
LETTERS to the EDITOR: Beneficial. 110
LETTERS to the EDITOR: Different class. 95
LETTERS to the EDITOR: On track. 268
LETTERS to the EDITOR: Peninsula problems. 120
LETTERS to the EDITOR: Pop goes politics. 87
LETTERS to the EDITOR: Times change. 83
lifeLINE: AGAINST THE CLOCK; Years spent in climbing boots left my toenails looking like something a mutant Hobbit would keep hidden. 389
Liverpool's `pupil pay' plan goes UK-wide. 705
Loathsome; TV presenter's astonishing attack on the Welsh. 435
Love rival mowed down; Frenzied wife in 4x4 attack. 306
Maradona on life support; Tests showed his heart improved overnight. 385
MARK LAWRENSON COLUMN: Allow Moyes the chance to tinker tinker. 560
MARK LAWRENSON COLUMN: Mark is moving Chester in the Wright direction again. 136
MARK LAWRENSON COLUMN: Sorry Liverpool are still going round in circles. 364
Medicash cover for 2,000 staff at Harvey Nichols. 159
Move to London, BT tells customer. 268
My marathon girl got her talent from me; Proud dad stunned by daughter's Olympic success. 669
Neighbours rescue five-year- old boy crushed under wall. 185
New BNFL chairman looks forward to challenge; s. 163
New deals will raise the stakes at Roodee. 365
OBITUARY: Natasha Kroll. 346
Our holiday time means having fun rain or shine; Gareth Bicknell discovers that there's always something to keep children entertained at a lively Holyhead day care centre. 391
Paralysed pilot wins his flying licence. 263
PEOPLEpost. 103
PeoplePost: Spring bride's surprise; Gareth Bicknell reports There was a whole class worth of unexpected guests when teacher Ceri Geddes got married,as. 438
Period of grace before motorists are fined. 273
Polytunnel to boost organic experience. 143
pounds 30 `wage' to stay on at school. 105
Prescott applauds revival of Liverpool. 483
Property prices rise by pounds 86 a day Showbiz and high society celebrities gather for funeral of pools magnate. 394
Queen Mother's bedroom to be revealed. 237
RACING: Wa rrior is on the charge. 357
RACING: Warrior is on the charge. 360
readers' pets. 154
Ready to take off? Caernarfon Airport capable of commercial service. 294
Refurbished flats offer a view of the city worth pounds 250,000 for just pounds 60 per week. 163
RUGBY LEAGUE: Briers is sidelined after another unlucky break. 592
RUGBY UNION: Hoylake defeat sees St Edwards relegated. 228
Shares soar. 81
Shell sacks board chief. 98
Simon's gearing up. 318
Singer awarded university's top honour. 171
SNOOKER: Former champion Ebdon crashes out. 160
SNOOKER: Higgins spoils Ryan's big Day. 158
SOCIAL DIARY; A week in the night life of the North West. 325
Stars of racing world pay their tributes to Sangster; Showbiz and high society celebrities gather for funeral of pools magnate. 751
Talk about teenage sex; The issue in question is teen magazines. 459
Teenager wows legends. 100
Teenagers should be allowed to be MPs. 342
TENNIS: Henman relief. 91
TENNIS: Henman works hard for win. 90
Terror gang `targeted Man Utd v Liverpool' Raids have foiled devastating attack on Old Trafford, say police sources Ten arrested in suicide bombs inquiry. 160
Terrorists `target Old Trafford'. 682
The Beatles -`bombastic,bubblegum claptrap'. 312
THE DEBATE: Can Mersey seat unite in cross-river merger? Alan Weston on cross-Mersey constituency proposals. 271
THE DEBATE: Cross-Mersey constituency proposals: FEED BACK. 303
THE DEBATE: Cross-Mersey constituency proposals: Important the city region works to its potential; YES: Tony Siebenthaler, director of the independent think-tank Downtown Liverpool. 508
THE DEBATE: Cross-Mersey constituency proposals: It would be nonsensical to divide a community; NO: Peter Kilfoyle, Labour MP for Walton which covers Kirkdale. 474
THE DEBATE: Cross-Mersey constituency proposals: THE POST FORUM. 253
The Welsh who are in the money; Rich List reveals North Wales business success. 394
Third sacking in Shell crisis; Oil giant's finance chief is latest casualty. 295
Top brass in Iraq doubt Blair's withdrawal claims. 448
Trial date set for migrants accused. 209
Vegas touch may bring 2,500 jobs to waterfront; Storey heralds bid as sign of confidence. 464
Viva!: Alternatively speaking ... 189
VIVA!: BORN SURVIVOR; She may have diabetes, but it can't stop Nikki Wallis climbing some of the world's most treacherous maountains. 1111
VIVA!: Good week,bad week ... 210
Viva!: It happens to the best of us ... 168
Viva!: THE EX-FILES; Breaking up is hard to do, but there is such a thing as a perfect divorce. 358
Viva!: The good split guide. 174
VIVA!: The Viva! girls love ... 194
VIVA!: What is she wearing? 149
Waste centre. 91
WH Smith perks up over takeover bid. 181
Whistle-blowers tell of living nightmare. 307
Women in the fast lane; Luxury cars were once the preserve of men but,as Penny Fray discovers, women are now increasingly prepared to lavish five-figure sums on their dream machine. 1428
write a caption. 191
YOUR LETTERS: Farmers are our nation's saviours. 306
YOUR LETTERS: Green living. 157
YOUR LETTERS: Lifeboat solution. 166
YOUR LETTERS: Rural rage. 272
your poems. 109
Youth who raped girl, 7,behind bars. 465

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