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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (January 29, 2004)

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`Fallen stock scheme to start next month'. 430
2,000 children to hear classic tale; Fable is in Welsh for the first time. 672
A dramatic turn of events; Laura Davis reports on a company taking a new direction. 823
A message from Coun Mike Storey. 272
Aid fails to cut the dole queues. 133
Aiming for the big time; Scott Hesketh meets a Merseyside actor who is proving a big hit with Hollywood's elite. 982
All about... HARLECH CASTLE. 90
Appointments: Rapid rise of an on line venture; My First Step To Success Patricia Caliskan meets TIM GOOD, director, Online48. 435
Arts Diary: Cancer research gift; Park Group chief to back gene project. 468
Arts Diary: Goodies bag; Fabulous mix offered in Unity's new season of audience-pleasers. 363
Arts Diary: THEATRE Chinese Variety Show, Liverpool Olympia. 243
AT THE HEART OF THE COUNTRY: To aim high is to risk falling a long way. 361
ATHLETICS: Chrissie is tipped for glory after fine display. 308
Athletics: Lawrence leaves rivals standing. 371
ATHLETICS: Lewis out. 95
BA jobs face axe. 90
Behind the Speaker's Chair: No end to WMD debate. 348
Big Issue men jailed for drug dealing. 287
Blair ducks inquiry call for teenager who died in custody. 180
Brain op hope for coma survivor John. 338
Bridge death accused to stand trial. 234
Brynle fights proposed silhouette charges. 159
Cannabis worst drug of them all; It's mixed with filth -expert. 754
Chaz chases bike champion. 151
Church pickets `filthy' show. 196
City plays balancing act of rooms versus visitors; Tony McDonough looks at the challenge of finding accommodation for the 2008 visitors. 781
City shows faith in its own future. 324
Cleared of death-drivecharge. 198
Common sense call on animal transport rules. 421
CORK. 123
Council rents may double to meet pounds 54m upgrade bill. 464
country DIARY. 125
Courts picketed as staff strike over pay; And those who go in will be working to rule. 365
Cricket: D-Day for report on tour of Zimbabwe. 354
CRICKET: ECB chiefs to ponder new report over tours. 338
CRICKET: Hall in wait. 117
Crooks put up reward on brute burglar; Criminals `incensed' by vicious stabbing of pensioner. 521
Culture cities send messages of support. 345
Daily Post comment: Chaos -but we're buil ding for the future. 332
DAILY POST COMMENT: Don't make the BBC a scapegoat. 553
David Charters: Let's have three chairs for the new extension. 874
Doodling by design. 198
Fancy that. 120
Five of Knowsley's top tourist attractions for 2008. 89
Five of Sefton's top tourist attractions for 2008. 132
Five of St Helens's top tourist attractions for 2008. 138
Five of Wirral's top tourist attractions for 2008. 164
Football: Bennett baggage hangs over derby build-up. 339
Football: Bennett's familiar to Blues and Reds alike; MAN IN MIDDLE OF 170TH MERSEY DERBY. 518
Football: Big Dunc a derby doubt. 351
Football: Bluebirds' brave show not enough for victory; BBC-FAW PREMIER CUP: Caersws 2 Swansea City 4 (after extra-time). 248
Football: Clark: Alex could work into his 70s. 297
Football: Collins wins call as Pegguy stays put. 301
Football: Ferguson in fitness race; In-form striker joins Unsworth in treatment room ahead of derby. 465
Football: Gunners Reyes bar; Wenger makes statement of intent with spectacular swoop. 473
Football: Hedman loaned out to Ancona. 172
Football: I'm ready to show what I can do; Morgan eyes regular role in side. 629
Football: Leeds get up front fee from rivals for Rio deal. 279
Football: Premiership poised to introduce a winter break. 509
Football: Reluctant Houllier lets Jones go. 354
Football: Reyes deal won't hit Gunners plans. 112
Football: Striking blow for romance; Rovers keep dream alive. 705
Football: Surgeon saved my career, says striker Bellamy; Wales ace thought he was finished. 700
Football: Taylor-made victory was spot-on. 363
Football: United board back Ferguson. 348
Football: United: We're so lucky to have him; Under- pressure board shrug off Magnier-McManus crisis to make sure Ferguson pens new contract. 1498
Football: WOLVES AT THE DOOR; Jones secures a Molineux lifeline Houllier won't stop him leaving. 289
Football: World Anti-Doping Agency. 127
From buses and taxis to restaurants and bars, Liverpool has to prepare itself for the influx of foreign tourists looking for help in their own language; As a fluent French speaker Louise Davies put Liverpool to the test: how does the city fare when faced with a non-English speaking tourist? 910
Goats: the loveable, valuable alternative to cows. 336
Golf: Mixed reaction to Davies decision. 381
GOLF: Monty not sure about Davies bid. 296
Good progress but more still needs to be done. 318
Hanging riddle of golf club manager; Tributes pour from friends baffled by shockdeath. 609
Harold Brough: Danny joy; Elected role is a first for Ormskirk. 738
Harold Brough: Florentyna Parker. 142
Harold Brough: FREE Golf Coaching for Beginners. 294
Harold Brough: Hillside reveals new captains. 224
History of the Cloud. 309
Hold on for the ride!; Mark Hookham talks to Liverpool City Council's chief executive, David Henshaw. 1009
Homes scheme given go-ahead. 149
Hotspot* Merseyside -as the rest of Britain shivers. 576
Hutton Inquiry: BBC chief resigns over Hutton report; Bosses and news reporting rapped. 727
Hutton Inquiry: BBC chief resigns over Hutton report; Bosses and news reporting under fire. 714
Hutton Inquiry: Gilligan's final plea. 99
Hutton Inquiry: No one else should suffer like this. 299
Importance of respect. 408
Improvements will benefit all; Petra Mann reports on access for the disabled in the city. 500
It relieves my pain but I'll still be branded a criminal. 228
Jobs fear at Kraft plants. 92
Joining forces for a successful crusade; Deborah James reviews the future prospects of the Liverpool City Region. 1252
Kabul suicide bomb. 275
Letter: Biker picture focus is distorted. 208
Letter: Burglary distress. 119
Letter: Dignity for the dying. 147
Letter: Disgrace. 128
Letter: Flawed Assembly. 105
Letter: Hollow victory. 168
Letter: No racial motive. 163
Letter: No threat. 269
Letter: Road danger. 81
Letter: Roadside relics. 242
Letter: Worst of Welsh. 134
Letter: Wrong `land'. 194
LIFE: Why girl power is here to stay; Sex And The City is nearing an end,but Cate Wilson argues that its legacy is secure among modern women. 925
machinery NEWS. 296
Man allowed free ten years after his arrest. 295
Mediocrity plays no part in Fourth Grace; It seemed to be one of those pipe dreams Liverpool is famous for -a grandiose idea which wouldn't see the light of day. But the Fourth Grace, the most important new addition to the Liverpool waterfront in almost a century,now stands every chance of becoming a reality. Andy Kelly talks exclusively to the man who created the fuss,maverick architect Will Alsop. 1319
Mersey jobs rise is the fastest in UK; Golden period for region. 500
Mersey MPs under fire after fees vote U-turns; `Wegot the changes we wanted'. 347
More parents reassured MMR jab is safe. 187
Mother murdered. 80
Motor racing: COULTHARD GETS TOUGH. 93
Much more than a load of flannel; Working Life: ANNA EVANS. 415
Natural causes verdict in Alder Hey baby death probe. 283
New vice chairman Maurice hosts NFU milk open day. 234
New virus spreads. 120
News QUIZ. 115
Noddy to link up with Basil and Postman Pat. 264
Notice BOARD. 298
Obituary: HUGH SCANLON. 359
out & ABOUT: Emyr's inside knowledge to boost Assembly; GRASS ROOTS WALES. 435
Pain before gain, culture chiefs told; But they plead for minimum upheaval. 577
Play spot the dog with the Daily Post and win a fantastic cash prize. 280
Post Past: How Liverpool almost pinched Busby from under Manchester United's nose. 440
Post Past: Me sour grapes? Well ,of course! 601
pounds 1.1bn Airbus jet order put on ice. 416
pounds 1.2m boost for Shotton steel plant. 236
pounds 100 000 TAXI BILL BLUNDER; Firm repays NHS after 5-year mix-up. 312
Princes Dock multi-storey to get four more floors. 151
Questions Answers; We asked Daily Post readers to give us their questions about plans for 2008 to put to the European Capital of Culture team. here is a selection of your questions, with the replies of Capital of Culture chairman Sir Bob Scott and creative director Sue Woodward... 1549
Racing: Yankee looks Dandy. 374
Racing: Yankee looks dandy. 374
Racism row over `driven out' locals. 490
RAF flies sick baby home. 135
Residents charged to park in their own drive. 161
Rhys lands Cook role in drama; North Wales actor to play comic icon on Channel. 280
RUGBY UNION: Dallaglio seizes on second chance; Now captain looks to secure his place. 603
RUGBY UNION: Hansen for All Blacks? 147
RUGBY UNION: Jenkins'anger at Wales call-ups. 226
Rugby Union: Natural born leader. 496
Rugby Union: Rehabilitated; Dallaglio completes comeback with captaincy. 679
Ryanair ruling may hit no-frills. 330
Sarah's chance to get youth message across. 199
Savage Attack: Kick me? In your World Cup dreams,Jim son. 179
Savage Attack: Sorry,but we still won't be at Euro 2004; Wales rep rieve would be a miracle but we'd gladly accept Uefa call. 804
Schools close as winter strikes; Gritters tackle the big freeze. 450
Sell it in chemists' shops to over-18s, says health chief. 241
Sex and the City comes to Liverpool; Penny Fray talks to four women who could easily swap roles with TV's sexiest characters. 1757
Shake-up planned for county libraries. 116
Singer's wrist on the mend. 86
Sisters victims of Asian bird flu. 92
Speeding debate this weekend. 142
Spotters have role to play. 94
step FORWARD: Dawn Harding. 428
Student,18,handed out ecstasy tablets. 206
tackle TALK. 386
Tale of a little town's giant leap forward; Laura Davis visits Lille,City of Culture 2004. 819
Taxis free-for- all a recipe for chaos; Congestion fears in city centre streets. 436
Teamwork will revitalise the city; Laura Davis meets the new holy trinity of the Culture Company. Kris Donaldson, director of marketing. 1699
Tearful Kerry goes hungry as she fails the celebrity food test. 210
Teenagers quizzed after school blaze. 188
Tennis: Injured Clijsters set to play through pain. 273
Tennis: Off-key Roger reaches semis. 716
TENNIS: Roger's right note; Off-key Federer still has too much for Nalbandian. 467
The journey back in time that led Python star home; Returning to his roots in history series Medieval Lives,Colwyn Bay-born Terry Jones talks to Graham Keal about life before and after Monty Python. 1339
The lone ranger of Snowdonia. 583
The tractors of tomorrow; Rural Affairs Editor Andrew Forgrave takes a look at the ground breaking new range of John Deere tractors. 307
The words and music that lead to divine inspiration; Glyn Mon Hughes listens to the rich mix of choirs and singers. 1100
Theatre's dramatic renovation. 210
THIS MIGHT HURT A BIT; ...but chaos will be worth it for 2008. 102
Thought for the day. 164
Three outsiders romp home to give punter a pounds 12,000 windfall. 223
Tory fears over `downgrading' of cannabis. 218
Town hall clashes over PO closures. 448
Traveller's tales will be of the up market kind. 289
Treasure found in church. 329
Trouble of negotiating. 888
Trust the Post: The Net response was good. 430
TV stars in the swim to raise cash for Macmillan appeal. 153
University's world rank. 313
VICIOUS CIRCLE; Increased output for falling returns leads dairy farming to crisis point. 519
Victory for air hostess injured in fall. 303
VIEW FROM THE FARM GATE: Ups and downs of a life working with animals and children. 551
Voices raised in perfect harmony; Laura Davis reports on the launch of Liverpool's Faith in One City year. 426
WALES IN A WEEK ... 4 Tom Cruise. 167
Wales of the UNEXPECTED: An island shrouded in mystery. 469
Watery friends spawn dedicated phone line. 407
Ways to overcome language barrier; Louise Davies reports on the need to understand our foreign visitors. 679
We must crack down on illegal meat trafficking. 381
We must save our rivers... for the sake of everybody; Damage to rivers causes a chain reaction that affects us all. Andrew Forgrave , Rural Affairs Editor, reports on a mission to halt the erosion. 1023
Wealth of blunders; Accountants fined pounds 750,000. 322
Welcome for plan to speed up pay equality. 288
Welsh advice help line first in UK. 149
Welsh free hand on college cash; Endowment scheme may be approved. 254
You can rot in hell for killing my husband; Anguish at French trial of murderer. 293

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