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

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`Cowboys' targeted. 87
`Nuisance' jailed for pub attack has sentence cut. 256
1,000 stampede to buy a slice of Liverpool; Bidding frenzy sends sale prices soaring. 482
250 more officers on beat next year. 434
A parking ticket on the doorstep; Drivers'fury at bookings. 562
ACADEMY FOOTBALL: EVERTON: Ablett has high hopes for derby. 419
ACADEMY FOOTBALL: LIVERPOOL: Keen to put the record straight. 331
Adopt an owl scheme proving quite a hoot with shoppers. 111
All about... DOLGELLAU. 111
Animal ban for woman who made dogs suffer. 82
Animal lover who made pets suffer; Two-year ban for keeping dogs in filthy cottage. 521
Anti-Semitic evil `is back in Europe' Stamp it out,Jewish leaders urge the EU. 283
Arts: An uncanny encounter with art; Philip Key visits an gallery where it's hard to tell the exhibits from the visitors. 1103
Arts: AT THE MOVIES: Low budget, high on entertainment. 671
Arts: CLASSICAL: Vivaldi's catalogue is still growing. 474
Arts: Kingsley chooses roles with no strings attached. 667
Arts: ROCK MUSIC: Out of this Darkness, I cry out to you. 515
Arts: Spaced out; Chris Brown talks to the group that disappeared to find themselves. 701
Arts: The debut album fans have waited 40 years for. 526
AT HOME WITH THE WALTONS: These uncouth yobs make me spitting mad. 1134
Athletics: Hawitt on form again. 164
ATHLETICS: Just you wait; Chambers left to sweat after drug test hearing. 415
Backstage: Courting trouble. 82
Backstage: Gibson tells of persecution. 89
Badminton star Harry doing the right thing. 211
Bank profit over pounds 13,000 a minute. 457
Bikes: Keep diesel in the tank -and off the road surface. 571
Book day chapter in Arizona. 147
Books: Affairs At Hampden Ferrers,by Brian Aldiss (Little,Brown), pounds 16.99. 164
Books: Snowleg,by Nicholas Shakespeare (TheHarvill Press), pounds 16.99. 172
Books: Stori Dafydd Ap Gwilym,gan Gwyn Thomas (YLolfa), pounds 6.95. 98
Books: The glass is half-empty, but its contents are seriously refreshing; How Mumbo-JumboConquered The World: A Short History Of Modern Delusions,by Francis Wheen (FourthEstate)pounds 16.99. 271
BOXING: Caution key for Calzaghe. 115
Britons held by US on way home; Five to leave prison camp in Cuba. 479
Brown curbs could stop pounds 600mEU aid. 381
Captain Morgan steers Diageo into healthy profit. 97
Cash call for fly-tipping. 92
Chapel gravestones `desecration' anger; 100 shifted as house developer moves in. 350
Cheshire holds tax rise to 4.1pc. 307
Children all steamed up as annual show gets on the tracks. 182
CINEMA: Ideal Holmes show. 828
Complaint to Blunkett in top cop speed row. 293
Cooks' world chief to judge our chefs. 269
Countdown for the comet chasers. 187
CRICKET: Red Rose boost. 137
Curtain call: Alarm set again. 97
Curtain call: Zipp it up. 123
DAILY POST COMMENT: 4-0 was fantastic. 111
DAILY POST COMMENT: Crazy to foist GM crops on British public. 285
DAILY POST COMMENT: Don't catch a cold in house sales fever. 356
Driving Seat: A matter of OPINION: Luxury workhorse. 1023
Driving Seat: Go Touring in BMW style. 241
Driving Seat: Lacetti targets Focus. 631
Driving Seat: Plugs & POINTS. 360
Driving Seat: Well used doesn't mean trouble. 397
Ear buzz Small fries make the mouth water. 554
Early birthday party as Charlotte visits children in hospital. 230
Easyjet founder to extend empire. 190
Eisteddfota: 24 years of hurt -and counting! 518
Elan given a new liver in nine-hour op; Transplant girl,4,is expected home soon. 325
Ellie's tablet shocker. 399
EU cash at risk over UK budget cuts; Poor parts may lose out in pounds 800m deal. 331
Even the early birds struggle as rush for property bargains turns into real scrum; Bidders in crush. 283
Families flee as shells found. 110
Fan SCENE: Everton: Selling Rooney now would destroy real fans'hopes forever. 329
Fan SCENE: Liverpool: It's the same old story. 295
Fan SCENE: Manchester United: Let's pray for Gunners to misfire. 253
Fan SCENE: Wrexham: Call off the SWAT team. 462
FANSCENE: Everton: Time to ignore talk of Rooney transfer. 462
FANSCENE: Liverpool: We need more with Owen and Gerrard's industry. 429
Father jailed over toy gun in luggage. 460
FILM: Medal citizen; Eileen Condon talks to acting royalty Sir Ben Kingsley ahead of the release of his latest film. 902
Fined after `voters' moo-vedin next door. 263
Football: Allardyce plea to fans over demo. 397
Football: Aussies don't deserve Viduka. 349
Football: Baros closer to first-team return. 454
Football: Blues in no to Intertoto. 113
Football: Broken leg ends Blues midfielder's season. 150
Football: Chinese midfielder ruled out after breaking his leg. 343
Football: COMMENT: Rob's treble poses such a big threat to No.1 Bellamy. 387
Football: Davies in hunt. 109
Football: Duo return as Murphy earns draw; Man Utd Res.....1 Liverpool Res.....1 Senegalese in first start since fall-out. 508
Football: Eriksson knows what he wants. 101
Football: European football beckons at last for title-chasingRhyl. 384
Football: Everton say no to Intertoto. 203
Football: Fourteen places below,but we put Scots to the sword. 332
Football: Hope happy with display; England Ladies...... 2 Denmark Ladies..... 0. 184
Football: I know what my Euro team will be; ...but hopefuls still have chance, says Eriksson. 756
Football: Keane drops hint at Ireland return; United skipper opens World Cup door. 385
Football: Ladies are making a splash in Europe. 594
Football: Leeds slam Aussies over Viduka ban. 258
Football: Lilywhites hope to banish their hoodoo; WELSH PREMIER. 311
Football: Lively Baros the pick for Pool as reserves claim draw; Manchester United Res 1 Liverpool Res 1. 224
Football: Millers chase wing wonders. 143
Football: Premiership move? Well, first I've got to prove to Sparky I'm more than just a sub; Rumours not getting to top gun Earnshaw. 623
Football: Record breakers; Dragons all out to end Bristol's fine run. 497
Football: ROVERS' CUP TICKETS. 265
Football: Rush: We ain't seen best from Earnie yet. 398
Football: Saints are still sinning; WELSH PREMIER. 204
Football: Sean Connelly and Ryan Taylor. 207
Football: Slackers; Keane: I don't like what I'm seeing from United upstarts. 555
Football: Softly, softly; Connelly too canny to get carried away. 539
Founder sells off easyJet shares to buy cruise ship. 284
From trouble spots to top of the pops; Teenage prodigy Katie Melua endured a dangerous childhood before realising her dream in London. Wil Marlow meets her. 802
Fury at GM crops backing. 249
Gaol visit part of boost for language. 137
Gay love spoons in great demand. 233
Going batty over a home to roost. 616
Golf: PIN EXPLODES MONTGOMERIE; Malaysian Open. 301
Hi-tech plant loss will cost 52 jobs; We can't afford to keep it open, says company. 336
How to buy -and what they went for. 243
Howard `panders to right' in speech. 171
Husband clung to bonnet. 238
HYPOCRITES; Police accused of double standards after refusing DNA test on threat letter. 508
Interest rate hike fails to dent homes confidence. 238
Iran buries its 320 rail disaster dead. 133
Kaleidoscope of gravity-defying stunts,fun and the lion dance; REVIEW The Chinese State Circus North Wales Theatre, Llandudno February 16-18. 219
Letter: Anfield joy. 177
Letter: Cathedral carbuncle. 204
Letter: Park cash. 84
Letter: Seeking truth. 142
Letter: Tax bur den. 152
Letter: Too cruel. 81
Lovell plays its part. 103
Lung cancer vaccine `excitingbreakthrough'. 194
MAN KILLED IN OWN HOME; Wife in hospital Son is charged. 349
Man sold crack to undercover officers. 186
Mass brawl at youth court; Police reinforcements called to restore order. 343
Maxine Carr's mother on trial. 163
Mother of Maxine Carr to face trial. 127
MOTORING: A Matter Of Opinion: Luxurious workhorse. 1091
MOTORING: Super- diesel 5 will go Touring in style; BMW 5 Series Touring. 570
MP accuses Home Office over tragedy. 324
New route is flying, says airport chief. 237
o'r wasg O'r lwch rhyfel,daw campwaith o gyfrol. 331
OBITUARY: Derek Birnage. 380
Old favourites that made a 21st-century comeback. 165
OUR MAN IN WESTMINSTER: Still a thorn in the side; Frank Field launches yet another attack. 457
Oven blast triggered. 85
Pensioner faces jail. 82
PHIL REDMOND: Raise cash in advance; Raise local tolls before building starts. 463
Phone time could be better spent. 398
Piranha shock. 128
Plans for sewers upgrade on show. 173
Poetry: Turn for the verse; Ian Parri meets a filmmaker who has turned his attentions away from his trademark horror movies and shifted his talents towards putting Welsh poetry on the big screen. 632
Police probe farmhouse fire that left three dead. 318
Post Soapbox: Back to basics. 167
Post Soapbox: Central nark. 98
Post Soapbox: Cisse concern. 98
Post Soapbox: False economy. 108
Post Soapbox: Five-year plan. 85
Post Soapbox: Give youth chance. 138
Post Soapbox: Look to long-term. 175
Post Soapbox: Pompey cheers. 127
pounds 15m bonuses for Asda staff. 236
pounds 300m scheme unveiled for former US air base. 249
Quiggins founder in court. 139
Racing: Simoun on the up. 382
Racing: Simoun on the up. 377
RBS pounds 7.15bn profit spurs staff pleas. 92
RENTAL: Not bad,boys. 830
RESTAURANTS: Crossed lines -but a brief encounter that is worth a trip; Diane Massey and family halt at Hunts Cross. 1035
RESTAURANTS: DINNER DATE Jesse Owens, Hitchcock and Tully sahib. 501
Rugby League: Salary cap. 95
Rugby League: Sculthorpe keen to make amends; SPOTLIGHT ON THE START OF SUPER LEAGUE XI. 476
Rugby Union: `Boys will give blood to defeat England'. 355
Rugby Union: Hill's primed to hand Scotland another lesson; SPOTLIGHT ON THE RBS SIXNATIONS Richard teaching dark arts of rugby. 992
Rugby Union: Iron Will hopes to end skipper jinx; WALES Martyn:We'll do whatever it takes to win in Ireland. 561
Rugby Union: Lewsey: We can't let history repeat itself; ENGLAND. 223
Rugby Union: O'Sullivan glad to see confident new Wales; IRELAND. 336
Rugby Union: Top sides face up to tricky weekend. 317
Russia: We have `missile buster'. 156
Save livestock markets, Labour urged. 192
Sex attacker was freed to strike again. 426
Sex pest broke toilets ban. 209
Ship injury man could lose pounds 76,000 damages. 191
Slimline home sold. 407
Stand to attention; Alun Prichard talks to comedian Richard Herring, who seeks to -ahem -tackle the delicate subject of men's nether regions in what has been called the male answer to The Vagina Monologues. 1145
Talented dancers flocking to Wrexham to do it in style. 112
Teenagers'fantasy day to remember; Liverpool keeper makes two special youngsters' wishes come true. 294
Telewest chief quits as rescue deal imminent. 221
TENNIS: Henman clinches Federer meeting. 211
The Chopper rides again; But Seventies icon loses gears tick to safety fears. 582
THE LIST: Fame academy. 171
THEATRE REVIEW: Comedy's low,camp is high; Burke and Hare, Unity Theatre, Liverpool. 331
This will be so good for business. 161
THOUGHT for the DAY. 138
Tips. 606
Tournament revived; Former Wimbledon champion Krajicek coming to town. 320
Traffic warden who hit motorist escapes jail. 464
Two US soldiers die in Iraq. 180
Under-fire Jarvis to bid under new name. 420
Union man wins trailer firm case; Bugging device was found in canteen. 399
US to send home five `terror camp'Britons. 625
Valerie Hill: Right on the button. 187
Valerie Hill: Rock on with the new Boy Scouts. 258
Valerie Hill: Those who can,do. Those who can't are Clare Short. 552
Victim fed marmalade. 109
Victim ran to save child; Woman, 3 3, dies of head injuries after bus tragedy at Queen Square. 153
Vinnie Jones enters dog in Waterloo Cup; Fury over star's backing. 626
WALES IN A WEEK ... Bobbies on the Beat. 226
We spend more on alcohol than fresh food. 225
Woman `sexually assaulted in home'. 252
Your LETTERS: Derision here for Royal baubles. 207
Your LETTERS: Healthy travel. 216
Your LETTERS: Song and dance. 241
Your LETTERS: Wind of change. 186
Your SHOUT: Don't blame refs,Gerard. 84
Your SHOUT: Stop moaning, start cheering. 130

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