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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (January 30, 2004)

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Academy Football: Week off for Academy youngsters. 216
Accident verdict on bed tragedy. 136
Actor cleared over garden fork `arrest'. 150
Adam WALTON: Friends. 97
Adam WALTON: If you think that birth is beautiful, you're welcome to Damian Hirst... I'll stick with Rembrandt, thanks! 895
Adam WALTON: Students, the holidays are on me! 158
Addict `desperate'. 97
Ali G man fined. 106
All about...CNICHT. 105
Anglican Cathedral wins pounds 83,000 cash help for repairs. 216
Apology ends the war of words. 433
Arts: At the movies: The fantastic tale of his father's life. 787
Arts: CLASSICAL: Return of a modern classic. 459
Arts: In a Commotion; Lloyd Cole tells Melvin Hicks how he did all the mid- life crisis songs in the 1980's.Now,he's just doing what he likes. 733
Arts: Jack the lad is the new man in Black. 454
Arts: ROCK MUSIC: Ryan's not too happy with his big break. 554
Arts: Short of tenners not tenors; Lew Baxter finds the cash-strapped Scottish Opera battling for survival as it marches south of the Border to fly the Saltire. 1248
Arts: Why Matt could be coming up for air. 718
Assembly centre opens to visitors. 180
ATHLETICS: CHAMBERS GETS NEW CHALLENGE. 84
Baby Grace born in snowbound traffic jam. 214
Backing for pounds 2.5m WH Smith `hello'. 141
Backstage: Brody's back. 81
Backstage: Kirsten's no ace. 81
Backstage: Stone realises his Great ambition. 99
BBC staff walk out after Dyke quits; Hundreds in show of support. 622
Bigger EU boosts low-cost airlines. 361
Body washed up on beach. 174
Books: Gwers i ni gyd gan Archddeacon dewr; Er Gwell Er Gwaeth,Elwyn Roberts; (Gwasg y Bwthyn); 6.50. 328
Books: What's in a name?; Tim Ross enjoys a fictional life story packed with human emotion. 312
Boxing: Audley steps up. 111
Boxing: Get ready for Froch, Dodson warned. 454
BOXING: Harrison's bid. 89
Broadcaster escapes ban. 187
Bugging device `found in room of key union meeting' We knew nothing about it, trailer firm bosses tell industrial tribunal. 584
Buy-out rescues hair salons chain. 349
By the book: Judgment Calls,by Alafair Burke (Orion, pounds 9.99). 163
By the book: Vikki Nilsen Gwenyth Petty a Sara Edwards, ganSian Thomas (GwasgGomer, pounds 5.99). 100
By the book: Wish I May,by Justine Picardie (Picador, pounds 15.99). 198
CCTV bid to curb school bus yobs. 183
Centrepiece: Still plenty to smile about; Teeth, stardom and sharing his mom with Elvis. 70s superstar Merrill Osmond talks to Jill Tunstall about life with the pioneering boy band. 1116
Cherie's charity; PM's wife back home for homeless. 471
Cinema: Roaring success; Damon Smith reels in the latest Tim Burton delight. 1107
Closure call. 95
Council likely to face benefits inspection. 263
Councils face checks over slow payouts. 210
Courts hit by strike. 152
CRICKET: Bevan injured. 111
Cricket: Zimbabwe decision delayed. 353
Curtain call: Russell discusses TV`goldenage'. 104
Curtain call: Triple comic bill. 119
DAILY POST COMMENT: Love means never having to say sorry. 431
Daily Post comment: Now it's the PM's turn to apologise. 349
DAREDEVIL DIVE DEATH; Mum fears for action-man son. 92
Death crash probe. 94
Doing a good turn costs man his licence. 181
Donor plea to drivers. 160
Drink driver's escape bid left trail of havoc; Captured motorist told police he was `bladdered'. 293
Driving Seat: A make over for the 75. 627
Driving Seat: A matter of OPINION: Smooth operator; Renault Megane Sport Saloon. 1017
Driving Seat: Battery bother tops for faults. 151
Driving Seat: Briefly. 105
Driving Seat: Lexus unveils new GS. 267
Driving Seat: Plugs & POINTS. 306
Ear buzz: It's all about The Benjamins. 530
Eisteddfota: First event of 2004 a success. 509
Family of teenager wants an inquiry. 368
Fan SCENE: Everton: Nine years on and no Plan B. 426
Fan SCENE: Liverpool: Bruno's brio and a dash of Le Tallent revive Red hopes. 389
Fan SCENE: Manchester United: Why Fergie will keep on rolling. 273
Fan SCENE: Wrexham: It's gruff at the top. 334
Football: ADAMS: HOWEY'S NOT WORKED OUT. 102
Football: Addicks' anger at `disloyal' Parker. 531
Football: AFRICAN NATIONS CUP. 122
Football: Anelka: We can improve. 163
Football: Anfield date cru nch for Blues boss; Moyes seeks turn of luck against the old enemy. 497
Football: Birch in call for United front. 535
Football: BOSS BACKS WINTER BREAK. 352
Football: BRACEWELL IN MOVE FROM FA. 88
Football: Bruce racing time for Butt. 110
Football: Clubs wait on contract money to come their way soon; WELSH PREMIER NEWS. 446
Football: Dudek wants to stay a red. 517
Football: Dudek: I want to remain at Liverpool. 345
Football: Fan Scene. 450
Football: Fan Scene. 463
Football: Ferguson factor sways Ruud. 404
Football: Ferguson factor swung the deal for me. 653
Football: Jones and Jones, the friends reunited at Wolves. 234
Football: Latest role for Mr Versatile; Jones settling into left- side of defence. 779
Football: Moore nonsense; Smith dismisses reports of Rotherham interest in Edwards and Sam. 676
Football: Moyes braced for his toughest test. 529
Football: Moyes hopes change of approach brings first win. 683
Football: Panning for Parker. 230
Football: Premier to introduce nine-point sanction. 232
Football: Red Devils sign Ruud on pounds 17m extension. 166
Football: Reds bury myth of derby leveller. 294
Football: Reds learn from that one in ten; Statistical reminder of Houllier's impressive derby record. 754
Football: Rovers' visit to Colchester. 99
Football: RUUD VAN NISTELROOY. 115
Football: Senegal boss in support of Diouf. 233
Football: SOLANO MAKES VILLA SWITCH. 95
Football: TNS bid to increase title pressure on Lilywhites; WELSH PREMIER. 323
Football: Wage wait saves Leeds. 499
Football: Wales line up pounds 7.5m satellite TV deal. 179
Football: Will BBC pay a Sky high price?; FA of Wales thrashing out a pounds 7.5m TV deal with satellite giants as the Beeb struggle to keep up The TV rights for Welsh football are up for grabs in the summer. Andy Gilpin examines why Sky are favourites to beat BBC Wales to the new contract. 745
FORMULA ONE: Renault dream. 99
Gazza escapes injury. 86
Gigs on the net for new bands; Website aims to find work for groups. 448
Give town jobs, Assembly urged. 184
Golf club manager inquest opened. 130
GOLF: Faldo gets off to a flyer in Bangkok. 318
Golf: Faldo ignites Ryder hopes; Johnnie Walker Classic. 526
Grandma is also `mother' Woman gives birth to daughter's baby. 268
Grooming ended in rape,girl tells court. 326
Group bids for support for local digital TV service. 231
HOCKEY: Colwyn go marching on at top. 168
Hockey: Packed schedule ahead for Hightown. 180
Housing fund faces pounds 1.2m blac hole; Tenants may vote on crisis. 415
HTV logo gets boot in ITV news revamp; Shake- up for programme in Wales. 342
HUTTON REPORT FALL-OUT: BBC apology ends the war with No 10. 453
HUTTON REPORT FALL-OUT: Fear over 2006 charter renewal. 214
HUTTON REPORT FALL-OUT: Hundreds of staff walk out in protest. 338
Illegal hunting on its way back; Men with dogs spotted near former brickworks. 365
Inquest into boy's death. 211
Jetmagic collapse will cost 100 jobs. 209
Jobs grants are a waste of money; Help not targeted, say MPs. 413
Lamp-posts light the way for extra money. 367
Letter: Compassion. 243
Letter: Hypocrites. 156
Letter: Remember. 166
Letter: Shame on you all. 107
Letter: Use your vote. 156
Letter: Whose life? 101
Man broke car windows. 203
Man charged after armed house siege. 149
Man to test cigs seizure. 118
Mersey to be made into River of Light; Astronomers sound a note of caution. 440
More Than Soap company making a splash in Europe. 243
MOTOR RACING: BRIATORE HAS TITLE DREAM. 91
Motoring: A smooth operator. 1040
Motoring: Go boldly forth with the bike for the planet Mars; Bikes. 555
Motoring: Latest Lexus steals limelight in Detroit; Lexus GS300. 614
Motoring: PLUGS & POINTS. 297
Music: How Reborn Hadley found another lifeline; Jill Brown meets former Spandau Ballet front man Tony Hadley, who is back in the limelight courtesy of a reality TV show. 740
Music: We shared the terror and the glory was ours; Eileen Condon finds tongue-in-cheek actor/musician Jack Black in typically bombastic mood. 796
Muslims gather for Mecca pilgrimage. 175
No Fifth Grace in front of St Nick's; For centuries, all those arriving and leaving Liverpool have seen St Nicholas and its spire -the Rev Steven Brookes. 396
Obituary: Rikki Fulton. 362
Old phones could ring up a fortune. 161
One risk too far; Adventure-lover missing after accident in sea off Thailand. 582
ORIG WILLIAMS: SIARAD PLAEN. 449
Our Man In Westminster: A change of heart. 455
Parents protest. 86
Partners in beating crime. 161
Pay dispute closes courts; Civil servants join strike action across Britain. 477
Phil Redmond: BBC was an easy target. 494
Police open new website. 94
Population third in country's `fat list' And near the bottom in life expectancy. 458
Post Soapbox: Butt-head board. 87
Post Soapbox: Save the Rhino. 173
Post Soapbox: We must get cross. 113
pounds 20m cancer centre to help save more lives; Merseyside patients will be first to benefit. 1157
pounds 20m TO WIN CANCER WAR; New centre for Liverpool. 114
pounds 26m to spark off bright ideas; Seedcorn cash from Mersey Euro-fund. 427
Racing: National winner in Haydock warm-up. 242
Racing: Skip to see of rivals. 401
Red Sea death shocks family; Tributes after Egypt tragedy. 291
Rental: No thanks given for this turkey; Damon Smith almost gives Gigli a sympathy vote... until some unforgive ably bad lines ruin all hope of a good review. 783
Rescuers' fury over car scare at lake. 130
Restaurants: Dinner Date: DIY cookery -and forget the baked beans! 479
Restaurants: Small certainly simply oceans beautiful with of good food; Diane Massey finds Ocean lives up to its reputation. 947
Restaurants: Tips. 547
Revealed -top earners from Wales. 218
Row over children's home move. 197
Rugby League: Goulding gets back in groove. 178
RUGBY LEAGUE: HENDERSON'S TIGERS TRIAL. 83
Rugby Union: Captain Marvel; Vickery pays tribute to new skipper Dallaglio. 571
RUGBY UNION: Scarlets in cup boost. 132
Rugby Union: Trio back as Caldy aim for reversal. 392
RUGBY UNION: Vickery backs Lawrence role. 139
Rugby Union: World Cup on its way. 108
Sacred statue makes a welcome return; Restored treasure back at home base. 424
Sainsbury's buys out computer firm. 189
Second chance after teenager misses Blues' trial over ID mix-up. 182
Shooting Star lands; Cancer unit open thanks to pounds 1mappeal. 287
Shorter bed waits. 89
Snowbound mum has baby girl in car. 186
Sport in the community: A belting good show from duo. 287
Sport in the community: Xmarks the spot of a referee revolution. 603
Staff sickness costs NHS pounds 66m in Wales. 366
Take guns off the terrorists -Paisley. 288
Television: The Office opens Hollywood branch; Emma Pomfret asks whether US version of award- winning comedy The Office can work. 769
Ten killed by policeman's suicide bomb. 408
Tennis: BELGIAN PRIDE AS RIVALS SQUARE UP. 312
Tennis: Belgians set for famous contest. 244
Tennis: Super Safin hails `new generation'. 489
Tennis: Talking about my generation; Safin hails new order after defeat of Agassi. 743
The List: Art imitates life at actual size. 182
They can't have Red Rum statue -it's like a donkey. 778
Thought for the day. 144
TODAY'S TELEVISION CHOICE. 416
Two held after man killed in three-car crash; Vehicle was being followed by police officers. 332
UK top target for foreign money. 119
United Utilities in new storm. 254
Urdd appeal. 89
Valerie Hill: ANARCHY IN THE JUNGLE. 114
Valerie Hill: Hardly a ringing endorsement, Mr Bedford. 184
Valerie Hill: Helmut Newton. 108
Valerie Hill: John Lesley. 116
Valerie Hill: Q: what's in yoghurt but not Australia? A: culture. 605
Video bid to inform tenants. 157
WALES IN A WEEK ... Tom Cruise. 157
We have to provide the best treatment and the best hope; Mike Unger, chief executive of the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation,explains why the new centre is so important. The Roy Castle Cause for Hope Appeal celebrated its 10th anniversary yesterday. 340
Which course will run smooth with true love?; Speed dating show offers three partners per meal. 435
Why was I fined pounds 30 for this number plate?; Even DVLA say Tracy's plate is OK. 537
WIZZ Air to lease nine Airbus. 241
World NEWS: MEXICO. 126
World NEWS: SAUDI ARABIA. 93
World NEWS: USA. 133
World's oldest horse rescued from brink of starvation. 248
Your LETTERS: Camp history SOS. 84
Your LETTERS: Intelligence is not so bright. 164
Your LETTERS: Left in tatters. 309
Your LETTERS: Rules ignored. 250
Your LETTERS: We deserve more. 114
Your SHOUT: Don't let Blue Rhino escape. 134
Your SHOUT: Mersey beat to Africa rhythm. 170
Zeneca's faith in products. 121

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