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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (August 23, 2004)

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24-hour pubs will hit productivity, claim workers. 385
55, 000 students spending pounds 200m a year in Liverpool; And pounds 43m of that goes on having a good time. 763
80 bakery jobs saved as firm stays in NW; Southport tradition continues as grant provides key to new site solution. 371
Albert Dock transformed as the Front Line comes to Liverpool. 146
All About. . . BRONLLYS CASTLE. 120
Andrew's eagle owl has landed; Missing bird of prey is back home. 453
ANDY D'URSO'S RED-CARD MASTERCLASS; TRAWLING THE SWAMPS OF FOOTBALL'S BACKWATER WITH ANDY GILPIN. 84
Angus's show. 98
Appointments: How to do . . . INTERVIEWS. 122
Appointments: JOB OF THE WEEK: RSPB reserve assistant - Animal magic that could conjure up just the job. 451
Arts Diary: Dazzling displays as festival plays it cool; Philip Key is impressed by the quality of the first Liverpool Jazz Festival weekend. 373
Arts Diary: EXHIBITION George Thompson, Maurice Cockrill/ Williamson Art Gallery. 350
Arts Diary: KEY Events; THE ARTS EDITOR'S PICK OF THE DAY. 267
Arts Diary: Opera company's visit gives young talent a chance. 224
Asda in front. 89
Asda overtakes M&S as Britain's top clothing store. 293
Bangladesh riots. 80
Bank holiday park and ride. 81
Battle intensifies at Iraq shrine. 166
Bellamy looks on the bright side; Newcastle 0 Tottenham 1. 322
BOWLS: Esclusham seal cup triumph. 145
Boy, 2, in holiday pond tragedy. 174
Britvic's `pounds 700m float'. 109
Broken leg heartache for Bangor ace Priest; WELSH PREMIER Bangor City 4 Welshpool Town 2. 312
Brown urged to target the rich. 404
Bruce's side made to pay for lacking the killer instinct; PREMIERSHIP Birmingham 0 Chelsea 1. 387
Cancer victim Jane's new heroic triumph. 320
CAPTION COMPETITION; TRAWLING THE SWAMPS OF FOOTBALL'S BACKWATER WITH ANDY GILPIN. 85
Cash bid for dream footpath. 324
CHAMP OF THE WEEK; TRAWLING THE SWAMPS OF FOOTBALL'S BACKWATER WITH ANDY GILPIN. 102
CHAMPIONSHIP/LEAGUE ONE Round-up: Latics stay on top but Plymouth chase lead. 502
Children can potter about while their families take a break. 168
CHUMP OF THE WEEK; TRAWLING THE SWAMPS OF FOOTBALL'S BACKWATER WITH ANDY GILPIN. 108
Clanger that could have cost pounds 0. 5m; Investigation launched after property bungle undervalues historic buildings. 573
COMMENT: Boss Rafa shields former Kop star from seeing his team torn apart. 712
Courage and dignity in face of adversity. 425
Cricket: Bowdon close the gap as finishing line nears. 279
Cricket: Bowlers leave the leaders in control. 228
Cricket: Boycott wants more from Anderson. 248
Cricket: Captain Marvel; Croft leads from front to clinch the title. 676
Cricket: Coogan on a run to keep Old Boys at head of class. 187
Cricket: Fleetwood keep up pressure amid rain macs. 288
Cricket: Fletcher confident of beating Springboks. 469
Cricket: FOURTH NPOWER TEST England can get better - Fletcher; Room for improvement, insists coach. 676
Cricket: LIVERPOOL COMPETITION: Batsman Kennedy fails to halt slide. 345
Cricket: Maghull refusing to give up on escape. 578
Cricket: MERSEYSIDE ALLIANCE: Letshela's run-spree boosts Prestatyn. 259
Cricket: NORTH WALES LEAGUE: Bangor go top as race hots up. 400
Cricket: SHROPSHIRE LEAGUE: Hasnain's century upsets Newtown. 330
Cricket: Skipper Croft slams Lightning in title stroll. 283
Culture Week: 100 budding young composers are given their big break. 137
Culture Week: Gospel music `helps racial harmony' Festival celebrates cultural diversity. 405
CYCLING: Massie triumphs. 111
CYMRU ALLIANCE Llangefni top after impressive victory; Llangefni Town 3 Ruthin Town 1. 130
Data register fraud spreads. 156
Deayton sent to Bognor. 95
Dental date with Attila the Gum. 147
Drowning heartbreak; Parents speak of `much loved' Matthew. 860
Everton's bleak summer ends with shaft of sunlight; Decision likely today on pounds 20m investment by Russian tycoon. 751
Everton: Now turn the focus back on team. 310
Experts stage Peninsular War re-enactment. 121
Family Finance: Fall in love with saving; Rising interest rates may spell doom and gloom for those in debt, but they are also rekindling the savings habit. Jane. 816
Family Finance: Questions Of Cash. 305
Family Finance: SHARE TIPS FROM THE SUNDAY NEWSPAPERS. 296
Family tells of grief over BBC man's stab death. 276
Family's farewell to murder victim; Killer may be serial attacker. 538
Farming mourns the amazing Twm Jim. 238
Feeding for comfort triggers rise in British obesity. 191
Ferguson hails hero Smith as the new Sparky; New boy's super strike wins praise from boss. 890
Folk memories wanted. 305
Football: 20/20 VISION; Baros eyes 40-goal dream team with Cisse. 218
Football: Baggies battle for share of the spoils; West Brom . . . . . . . . 1 Aston Villa. . . . . . . . 1. 192
Football: Baros sights on 20/20 vision for Liverpool; Czech striker eager to repay Benitez faith by forming profitable Cisse partnership. 639
Football: Benitez triggers instant results; Liverpool 2 Man City 1. 1334
Football: Bergkamp tribute in incredible comeback; Arsenal. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Middlesbrough . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3. 490
Football: City show true grit but firepower still lacking; Bury . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Chester City . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1. 445
Football: Cole grabs glory to remind Allardyce about recruits; Fulham. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Bolton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0. 271
Football: Connolly equaliser; Frickley Ath. . . . . . . . . . 1 Prescot Cables. . . . . . . 1. 116
Football: Everton ponder double Anfield swoop. 328
Football: Goal glut leaves Linnets in shreds; Burscough . . . . . . . . 0 Bridlington Town. . . 4. 168
Football: Gravesen salutes players' resolve. 338
Football: IN OFF THE POST: Soccer stars' cars up for grabs; BECAUSE SPORT IS STRANGE. 139
Football: Jeffers must wait in wings as Addicks snatch late triumph; Charlton . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Portsmouth . . . . . . . . . . 1. 277
Football: Little baffled by missing Jamaicans. 478
Football: Magpies `mugged' as fans assured on Woodgate cash; Newcastle . . . . . . . . . . . 0 Tottenham. . . . . . . . . . . 1. 263
Football: Mariners weather late storm; Marine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Farsley Celtic. . . . . . . . . 1. 192
Football: Mr Bennett can take heart from winning view. 748
Football: Newcomers slot in for sound win; Belper Town. . . . . . . . . . 0 Warrington Town. . . . . . 3. 187
Football: NWC League St Helens keep it in the family. 224
Football: Revolving fortunes provide the cure for Everton's away daze; Crystal Palace 1 Everton 3. 1444
Football: Runcorn withstand late onslaught; Hucknall Town. . . . . . . . 0 Runcorn FC Halton . . . . . 0. 236
Football: Saints seal late win to silence talk of sackings; Southampton . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Blackburn. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2. 581
Football: Savage incident brings tense struggle to controversial end; Birmingham . . . . . . . . . . 1 Chelsea. . . . . . . . . . . . . 0. 289
Football: Smith sparkles to earn salute from Ferguson; Man Utd. . . . . . . . . . 2 Norwich. . . . . . . . . .1. 260
Football: Southport's anger as crucial `goal' ruled out; Hinckley United . . . . . . . . . . . 0 Southport . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0. 283
Football: Spaniard demands a better Gerrard. 291
Football: Tomlinson heads home leveller; Vauxhall Motors . . . . . . . 1 Worksop Town. . . . . . . . 1. 205
Football: Tranmere survive in line of fire; Doncaster 0 Tranmere 0. 961
Football: Vics struggle after keeper sent off; Northwich Victoria. . . . . 1 Exeter City . . . . . . . . . . . 2. 258
Football: VIEW FROM THE STANDS No peers found at the Palace; Supporters' views of the weekend's games. 282
Football: VIEW FROM THE STANDS Professionalism steels new era; Supporters' views of the weekend's games. 272
FORMULA ONE: McLaren boss warns of crisis. 151
FORTHRIGHT & FEARLESS. 505
Fulham 2 Bolton 0. 158
Golf: Cink justifies Cup selection. 657
GOLF: Monty failure. 110
Gunners join Forest greats; Battling Boro give champs a fright PREMIERSHIP Arsenal 5 Middlesbrough 3. 559
Hit super-rich, Labour urged; Call for reforms in inheritance tax. 273
Holywell Town 1 Flint Town Utd 1. 103
HORROR AS BOY, 2, DROWNS IN POND. 136
House prices on the way down. 227
How to stop your car being a flood victim. 869
I can be the new Owen - Baros. 261
IN OFF THE POST: LESLIE LAW; BECAUSE SPORT IS STRANGE. 88
IN OFF THE POST: Transfer to Athletics; BECAUSE SPORT IS STRANGE. 104
IN OFF THE POST: Words of wisdom? 97
Jane's triathlon triumph; 15. 200
Jeffers has to wait; PREMIERSHIP Charlton 2 Portsmouth 1. 225
Keep your hands off Gravesen - Moyes. 433
Last train ride for John's ashes; Rail fans pay tribute to magazine editor. 339
Letter: Don't blame me. 316
Letter: Good move. 112
Letter: Great support. 149
Letter: Lighten up. 112
Letter: Safety is our watchword. 284
Letter: Scared society. 104
Letter: Show us EU care. 132
Letter: Thank you. 85
Letter: Time to sign up for park life. 272
Letter: True heroes. 118
Letter: We don't need laws. 303
Letter: What about us? 204
Llandyrnog Utd 4 Halkyn Utd 1. 80
Llanfairpwll 3 Holyhead Hotspur 1. 82
M-way lane hogs attacked. 131
Marathon misery. 97
Mathias delighted as his team share Gigg Lane spoils; LEAGUE TWO Bury 1 Chester City 1. 394
McCain starts mini National. 146
Missed chance; Megson rues frustrating derby draw; West Brom 1 Aston Villa 1. 453
Missing Naomi is safe and well. 110
Money, money, it's so funny; TRAWLING THE SWAMPS OF FOOTBALL'S BACKWATER WITH ANDY GILPIN. 376
Money: CASH OINTS. 360
Money: Questions of Cash. 753
Money: We're going to save, save, save; Rising interest rates may spell doom and gloom for some, but they are also rekindling the savings habit. 1725
Moyes puts high value on one of Europe's finest. 441
N Wales alsatians `too soft' for police. 170
New recruit in Deepcut fight. 215
OBITUARY: Elmer Bernstein. 357
ON THIS DAY . . . 93
Penrhyncoch 3 Glantraeth 3. 85
Pension drain on policing; pounds 11m of force budget goes on retirement. 382
PETER ELSON: This is a local place . . . we'll have no trouble here! 433
Players miss point; LEAGUE ONE Doncaster 0 Tranmere 0. 258
QUOTE UNQUOTE; TRAWLING THE SWAMPS OF FOOTBALL'S BACKWATER WITH ANDY GILPIN. 203
Racing: Cherished to bounce back. 330
Racing: Cherished to bounce back. 330
Raiders steal `Scream' art treasure; Ransom demand expected. 672
Raiders steal Scream. 271
RALLYING: Loeb closes in. 125
Robins hit self-destruct button in late collapse; WELSH PREMIER Carmarthen Town 3 Newtown 2. 247
Rooney admits sex with prostitutes. 211
Rooney admits to sex with call girls. 174
Rugby League: Timely Holmes finds the ideal finish to lift Widnes; Widnes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Huddersfield . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18. 675
Rugby League: Warrington fail t spoil the party; London Broncos. . 34 Warrington . . . . . . . 26. 205
RUGBY UNION: Ruthin's show of promise; Ruthin 10 Aberavon 36. 160
Russian `to buy stake in Everton'. 138
Sailor dies after fall from rigging. 81
Sailor killed in plunge. 94
School leavers lacking the 3Rs. 225
Sex tours warning; Welsh doctors alerted to dangers of `new plague'. 351
SHOO-OFF BRIGHT EYES; TRAWLING THE SWAMPS OF FOOTBALL'S BACKWATER WITH ANDY GILPIN. 117
Smith: We don't have any trouble in front of goal. 485
Southampton 3 Blackburn 2. 148
SPAR MID WALES LEAGUE New side feel right at home with win. 148
Speed cops go Down Under; Force funds trip to see tough Aussie rules. 359
Stay-away fans miss out; Dragons serve up a treat but Valiants claim undeserved share of the spoils. 1178
Sudan trip. 85
Sun comes out at last for `best yet' flower show; Huge crowds ensure 75th anniversary is a success. 499
SUNDAY TIPS. 354
Teenagers pretend to take drugs to look cool. 217
The Benitez aura of assurance radiates around a new Anfield; Spaniard inspires Reds to come from goal down. 1340
The Cavern's great rival rival; Liverpool's Cavern Club remains one of the world's most famous venues. But now a campaign has begun to remember the forgotten Iron Door. 1147
THE COUNCIL CHAMBER: Noise: make a fuss. 479
The Olympics 2004: Athletics: Black Sunday for Britain on the track. 167
The Olympics 2004: Athletics: Heptathlete in bronze surprise. 90
THE OLYMPICS 2004: ATHLETICS: Radcliffe `devastated' after Olympic dream ends in pain and tears. 219
The Olympics 2004: Athletics: Radcliffe's Athens dream in pieces; `Devastated' runner quits race and sobs at roadside. 689
THE OLYMPICS 2004: ATHLETICS: Team GB agonies continue into night. 353
THE OLYMPICS 2004: ATHLETICS: Tears and pain for sad Paula; Radcliffe's marathon failure casts a shadow over golden weekend for Great Britain team. 865
THE OLYMPICS 2004: BRITS TO WATCH TODAY. 116
THE OLYMPICS 2004: INSIDE TRACK: ATHENS NOTEBOOK - Victims of Munich honoured. 410
The Olympics 2004: Rowing: Ecstatic Pinsent to weigh up future after gold number four. 408
The Olympics 2004: Rowing: Liverpool rower stunned by silver. 83
THE OLYMPICS 2004: ROWING: No hasty decisions for Pinsent. 596
The Olympics 2004: Sailing: `Superman' Ainslie praised by fellow sailors. 368
The Olympics: THE COUNTDOWN Top 10 greatest British Olympians. 458
The season starts here for the Blues; First day drubbing eased by away win. 1168
THOUGHT for the DAY. 187
Time to bring the troops home, says major's mother; Appeal from family of Iraq war victim. 427
Tracey defies Athens heat in fine showing. 378
Tributes to `golden boy' killed in car crash; Family tells of heartbreak. 577
UNIBOND LEAGUE Roberts rescues Bay; Colwyn Bay 1 Eastwood Town 1. 264
Union doubt over virtual schoolroom; pounds 165-per-month lessons on the net. 335
University challenge; Incoming Bangor University Students Union president Matt Jarratt recalls his first day at uni. 440
University challenge; Off to uni for the first time next month? Follow our survival guide and make it a year to remember. 994
US bombs Najaf as fighting intensifies. 257
Wait longer for op: you live in Wales; Gran in agony with knee pain. 383
WELSH ALLIANCE Three on the trot for table toppers. 181
WELSH NATIONAL LEAGUE Perfect record still intact for Llangollen. 138
WELSH PREMIER Aberystwyth Town 1 TNS 1. 339
WELSH PREMIER Canaries boosted as Jones blasts double; Caernarfon Town 3 Port Talbot Town 1. 294
WELSH PREMIER Champions shut out by negative Crows; Rhyl 0 Cwmbran Town 0. 296
WELSH PREMIER New boy marks debut with Bluebirds' winner; Caersws 1 Haverfordwest 0. 237
WELSH PREMIER Port denied; Williams' men fail to hold on as Lido claim late leveller; MATCH OF THE DAY Afan Lido 1 Porthmadog 1. 325
WELSH PREMIER Tommy downs Llanelli; Llanelli 0 Connah's Quay N 2. 260
Women in business are blooming; Jane Gallagher looks at how networking gives women the necessary self-confidence to be self-employed. 1311
WORST SIGNINGS EVER. . . TRAWLING THE SWAMPS OF FOOTBALL'S BACKWATER WITH ANDY GILPIN. 145
YOUR VIEW. . . What the fans had to say. 151

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