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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (July 15, 2004)

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14 held in drug swoops. 208
15-year-old girl `raped in toilet' Mother tells of devastated daughter's courage. 334
2, 000 jobs go at Co-op. 107
A jolly good fellow; Aled Jones receives university's highest accolade. 343
Act now on Single Farm Payments. 383
Alert after acid bungle. 131
All about. . . LLANGOLLEN CANAL. 80
Alsop warns: back the Fourth Grace or lose it; Cost of iconic project slashed by pounds 70m. 552
AMs want badger cull in TB hotspots; Wildlife groups insist source lies elsewhere. 452
Appointments: How to do . . . INTERVIEWS. 120
Appointments: JOB OF THE WEEK Boatswain: Yacht Club launches bid to pipe aboard newcomer. 466
APPOINTMENTS: Kerry gives business a sporting chance; My First Step To Success Michelle Rushton meets KERRY McINTOSH, business manager, Merseyside Sport. 378
Arafat's death will bring chaos. 179
Arts Diary: Key Events; THE ARTS EDITOR'S PICK OF THE DAY. 187
Arts Diary: New sanctuary for popular animal art. 384
Arts Diary: Tate gets summer Mondays opening. 218
Arts Diary: THEATRE The Importance of Being Earnest, Royal Exchange, Manchester. 332
Assembly language success. 148
AT THE HEART OF THE COUNTRY: Show's few problems due to success. 526
ATHLETICS: Plucky Ellington fails to hit top note. 274
Bay City Roller on drink drive charge. 193
Beaten -- but fans enjoy trip. 140
Beauty: Look good on your big day. 727
Beauty: On the straight and narrow; Jennie Lewis reports on a new hair technique. 877
Behind the Speaker's Chair: Freedom of speech. 438
Best ref in the world proud to receive honorary degree. 313
Big landowners Tir Cynnal losers. 388
Bilingual advice on autism. 98
Blair attacked. 169
BNP activists exposed on camera. 511
Bob the Builder dresses down for Royal occasion. 217
Boy who `died' for seven hours fighting fit. 262
Breakaway party crippled by double defection blow. 487
British troops lead Bastille Day parade. 137
Bully claim cop quits force; Suicide bid officer brings 30-year career to a close. 504
BUTLER INQUIRY: Fathers of lost sons round on PM for `needless war'. 426
BUTLER INQUIRY: Whiter than white? No-one lied TONY BLIR No-one's to blame LORD BUTLER . 896
Butler report: Attorney General escapes censure. 213
Butler report: Intelligence was seriously flawed. 440
Castle gates for sale -- but you need a grand enough drive. 225
Chester Zoo sanctuary for tortoises seized from smugglers. 134
China foothold. 144
City has highest and lowest in superbug league; MRSA crisis growing at hospital trusts in region. 1064
Clever children grow up healthier. 227
Co-op to lose 2, 000 jobs. 258
Cockling firm pair in court; Father and son charged after tragedy. 409
Congregation's victory in battle to save their church; Parishioners to be asked for their views on the future. 579
country DIARY. 200
Couple were stretched to breaking point. 156
CRICKET: Cheshire draw. 133
CRICKET: Flintoff's thunder stolen by Harvey. 464
CRICKET: Lawson getting back to his best; Windies ace has England in his sights. 633
Dark suede jacket. 97
Death charge matron freed on bail. 278
Deer`major threat for TB in cattle' Infection rates found up to 16%. 332
Drowning tragedy of pupil, 11, in school swimming lesson. 216
Ex-Eton man kept child sex pictures. 190
Ex-matron in court on death charge. 133
Ex-soldier shot his former best friend. 123
Farming to stop. 101
fashion: Splash out on style; The perfect swim wear can make all the difference. 340
Fire engine in crash. 85
Firefighters battle paper factory blaze. 95
Football: Cahill caught up in wrangle with Millwall. 328
Football: Chester trialists on show against Walsall. 302
Football: Crowell to miss Wrexham kick-off. 286
Football: Defeated Hulse praises battling Rhyl; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE Skonto Riga 4 Rhyl 0. 296
Football: Everton rebuff fresh bid for Radzinski; Fulham told to raise offer of pounds 1. 3million. 624
Football: Gunners blast Vieira rumours. 81
Football: Hammers fan Teddy signs in. 93
Football: Heswall's Roberts keeps it respectable; Rovers held at bay by goalkeeper; Heswall 0 Tranmere 2. 596
Football: Lilywhites go down fighting; But fans have last laugh in Latvia. 598
Football: Little happy with chances created. 227
Football: Mourinho makes stand on Drogba. 97
Football: Osman eyeing key role in Blues revival; Youngster desperate to build on reputation. 775
Football: Osman looking to a happy ending; Young midfielder makes the breakthrough he has craved at Everton -- now he wants to play a fuller role in the Goodison revival. 1010
Football: Sevens star Slater mourned by Rugby. 185
Football: St Etienne in loan move for Pongolle. 309
Football: St Etienne lining up Pongolle loan deal. 216
Football: TNS coach is relishing Osters tie. 180
Football: TRY AGAIN; Blues turn down Radzinski bid as Savage stays at Birmingham. 290
Football: Vieira move talk irritates Gunners. 81
Footballer facing crack cocaine charge. 179
For sale -- part of crashed German aircraft. 289
Former mayor dies just days after her daughter takes role. 339
Fragrance firm has the sweet smell of success. 357
Getting nostalgic over Kickers and Adidas. 559
Getting tough on yobs. 213
GOLF: THE 2004 OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP: Curtis: I can take biscuit again; Is message in fortune cookie an omen for champion? 981
GOLF: THE 2004 OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP: Donald: Open is top of my wishlist. 302
GOLF: THE 2004 OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP: Garcia in practice to lift Jug. 308
GOLF: THE 2004 OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP: Talk of the TROON: JAMES TONEY'S OPEN DIARY - Perfectionist Padraig forced to cut back on his favourite pastime. 434
GOLF: THE OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP, ROYAL TROON: `Big Easy' ahead of Woods in odds. 284
GOLF: THE OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP, ROYAL TROON: British players drunk on failure, laments Casey; Brit bemoans `Best' syndrome afflicting home Open chances. 625
GOLF: THE OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP, ROYAL TROON: Curtis looking to ensure a visit from `old friend'. 304
GOLF: THE OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP, ROYAL TROON: Garcia has his sights on lifting Claret Jug for real. 390
GOLF: THE OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP, ROYAL TROON: Shortest -- but definitely not the easiest. 399
GOLF: Wirral golfer Spencer steps back into the Open spotlight. 391
Governor assassinated in Iraq. 359
Governor assassinated in Iraq. 198
Green pulls out as M&S directors stand firm. 592
Grim reminder of a merciless time; Campaigners turn to TV show to save 166-year-old workhouse. 1325
Hawking rethinks black hole theory. 127
Health: It's best to be in the shades; Gabrielle Fagan discovers the danger of sunlight on your eyes. 557
Healthy eating. 131
Heart hospital tops superbug league table. 363
Hot stuff. 85
Hotel becomes a temple of boom after Hollywood legend's family visit. 326
Huggable Rooney the man most women secretly fancy. 245
Hundreds of new jobs for prosperous Liverpool; Shopping channel and call centre expand. 371
Hunt for help. 98
i can't live without. 130
i want one. 90
I'll stand by pregnant star. 94
Inquiry was he whiter than white -- again. 413
Intelligence fiasco buried under sand. 423
Interiors. 217
Interiors: Enjoy your garden all year round -- indoors. 427
Interiors: Forget minimalism, go for the max. 1284
Job fears allayed. 83
Jugglers in bid to join the circus. 185
Letter: All charges. 81
Letter: Carry on matron. 162
Letter: Danger road. 97
Letter: Leagues ahead. 213
Letter: No priority. 147
Letter: Peace policy? 162
Letter: Remedy this. 136
Letter: Tailgate hazard. 156
Letter: Time to consider new hospital site. 126
Letter: Tobacco poll. 220
Letter: Unpopular. 131
Lifestyle: 500 years of the art of shape and simplicity; Laura Davis explores the beauty and traditions of the ancient art of Ikebana. 470
Lloyd shows loyalty with 57 Royal Welsh Shows in a row. 379
LOCAL ATHLETICS: Golden jump for Matthews; Schools title on Edwards' patch. 420
LOCAL ATHLETICS: Relay squads fire West Cheshire t triple triumph at championships Hamilton. 353
Loo recycling could cut museum's bills. 418
Love gift a murder weapon. 155
Major hang-up; Village phone lines down for over a week after accident. 403
Man and child die in car park fall. 210
Man held after tip-off. 168
Memories carved in stone; Liverpool Cathedral's centenary has united writers, academics, politicians, family and friends in campaign to create a permanent memorial to a fine poet, Socialist and stonemason. 1238
Missing Briton rescued. 148
MOTOR RACING: Quick return best for Ralf -- Berger. 93
MP: What on earth is going on. 204
Murder remand. 100
New EU students apply to UK. 276
nice bit of kit. 118
OBITUARY: Joe Gold. 357
OLYMPICS: Davies has high hopes for GB medal count. 376
on the grapevine. 98
ON THIS DAY . . . 84
Open display for NW Golf Coast. 155
Owners warned on damp proof con. 206
People Detective: Do you know people in the picture? 136
People Detective: Hunt for estate agent's des res. 345
Pigeons cause armed police reaction. 366
Plans to double EU bill `ludicrous'. 317
Play spot the dog with the Daily Post and win a fantastic cash prize. 354
Plenty to show for hard work; David Williams meets the man who helps make the Royal Welsh Show tick. 977
Porn-viewing love rat head is disciplined; Seven charges of inappropriate behaviour proved. 290
Portable pod could be affordable solution to homes shortage. 170
pounds 2, 500 fines for loitering youths. 369
pounds 20m jackpot. 100
PR puff of the week. 102
Prince welcomes harpist. 132
Protection of animals stepped up. 91
Quartet undertaking Scottish odyssey for charity. 233
Queues to train as plumbers. 198
Race driver's stamps are worth pounds 11m. 80
Racing: Monet to make impression. 341
Racing: Monet to make impression. 342
Random testing ruled out. 215
Referee's pride in honorary degree. 245
Road to Athens: Our training base is coach Grobler's pride and joy. . . Now I know why! COUNTDOWN TO THE OLYMPICS WITH NORTH WALES OARSMAN TOM JAMES. 499
Roman glass bowl fetches record pounds 2. 6m. 209
RUGBY LEAGUE: Impatient Long upset at length of betting ban. 528
RUGBY LEAGUE: Kearney joins Hull. 94
Safety measures approved for killer stretch of road. 430
Savage attack on pounds 21m deal; Kenyans to hunt `shadowy firm' directors. 685
Save schools from closure; MP urges heads to find solution to crisis. 470
Secret tapes expose BNP race confessions. 382
SISTERS DIE IN HORROR CRASH; Foreign lorry driver charged after deaths. 475
Spared jail. 98
Start-up loan helps bring school history lessons to life. 135
Store's playing field plan for expansion is refused. 350
Teenager spent seven and a half weeks in isolation. 268
TENNIS: Rusedski plays way into US Open. 90
Terrified father thought son would bleed to death; Businessman speaks of frenzied knife attack in home. 609
Testing week of trials for top handlers. 580
Testing: Drop the taste barriers; Peter Jenkinson reports on six of the best odd edibles. 507
Testing: Home security on a global scale. 250
The 27 best summertime reads for your holiday; If you're planning to pack a bag full of books for your vacation but are spoiled for choice, Louise Douglas has a selection of the best on the shelves. 1336
The harsh fate awaiting the independent candidates. 264
THOUGHT for the DAY. 187
Three more sex charges. 132
Toddler brought back from dead after being found in pond. 211
Too many nurses train abroad. 225
TOUR DE FRANCE: Virenque storms to Bastille Day triumph. 249
TOUR DE FRANCE: Virenque storms to Bastille Day win. 201
Trevor Peake: CLUB NEWS. 621
Trevor Peake: Harrison is home hero. 93
Trevor Peake: PRO NEWS: Lewis has to settle for fifth at Northop. 137
Trevor Peake: Wrexham ace Dyke aiming to strike Gold. 416
Trust the Post: All a matter of space. 462
Two bailed in cockling case. 107
UK second in science league. 157
Wales of the UNEXPECTED: Vile deeds of deadly vampire furniture. 438
Water buffalo on firm ground; Alternative livestock enterprises are a theme of the centenary Royal Welsh Show. Water buffalo are a good bet, says convert John Sigsworth. 652
Windfarm risk; Development sparks fear for safety of birds. 255
Windfarm threat to birds; RSPB fears turbines could harm wildlife. 438
You've been quango-d! Assembly to take over agencies. 345

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