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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (May 5, 2004)

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`CIA ordered abuse in Iraq'. 319
`Indecent proposal' case tycoon accused of lying. 254
10 ways to get even more from your Daily Post. 932
300,000 cartons help find missing. 237
Abuse of Iraqi prisoners `controlled by CIA'. 209
All our featured creatures; As part of Local Newspaper Week David Powell looks back at some of our stories about all Welsh creatures great and small,brave, furry or crabby. 1202
American fashions head for Wales. 203
An ancient evil that still strikes today. 140
Arts Diary: Jazz band gets few seconds of TV fame fame. 503
Arts Diary: New look for the flexible theatre. 251
Arts Diary: OPERA Carmen,Liverpool Empire. 329
As I SEE IT. 492
Baby's cruel father jailed; Student who thought two-month-old son hated him caused multiple injuries. 405
Back to prison for sex offender. 273
Bank staff give as they earn to charities. 179
Benson's LAW. 384
Blair and Geldof mount joint crusade to tackle the problems of Africa. 208
BOXING: Reid and Dodson's summer of gloves. 204
Business PROFILE: Chemical supplier gives its clients right reaction; Business correspondent David Jones talks to one of the men behind an innovative chemical supply operation. 1242
Cafe owner in bid to stay in business Downloading at aclient'soffice? Swapyour red face for this red card. 171
Chickens' welfare concern. 111
Clarke under fire on child issues. 227
Classical violinist muscles in with new string to his bow; Arm-wrestling musician goes for world title. 501
Coastal celebrations to flow from Southport to Wirral. 167
Company director banned. 116
Compost giveaway deal gets go-ahead. 165
Computer virus hits coast guard network. 258
CRICKET: Cork to face old team in cup. 169
CRICKET: Flintoff braced for one last hurrah. 600
CRICKET: Freddie calls for last push; Flintoff desperate to square series. 949
CRICKET: Pont win as Pool fail to build on good start. 153
CRICKET: Williams hits 95 in Llanrwst triumph. 261
Daily Posst Comment: Has Brown's time come to lead Labour? 416
DAILY POST COMMENT: Has Brown's time come to lead Labour? 436
Deadline on trams worries. 150
Dealers hid ecstasy in compost bags. 476
Deeside firm comes up with answer to waste problem. 399
Drug `explosion' alarm; GPs `handing them out like sweets'. 452
Drugs money laundered by Mr Big's dad. 386
Duke, 84, dies at country estate. 189
Dylan JONES-EVANS: We really do have much to offer within Wales in terms of our food products. 641
Emergency service hit by cyber virus. 302
Engineering legend marks 100 years of excellence at the place it all began. 144
Football: Everton youngsters punished for defensive errors; Aston Villa U17s.......5 Everton U17s..........1. 470
Football: Flourish at finish; SOUTHPORT. 94
Football: Gerrard's the key to England success; Liverpool captain has a bit of everything, says Pearce. 291
Football: Houllier: We will overcome Villa bid. 267
Football: KEN TO PICK UP THE BILL; Moyes: Blues' backer will splash cash. 446
Football: MAKING A DIFFERENCE:E Centre recognised for healthy living. 296
Football: Motors' form guide; VAUXHALL. 196
Football: Owen the key for McClaren. 83
Football: Pearce: Gerrard's star will shine bright in Portugal. 278
Football: Porto in final after decisive penalty; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE Deportivo La Coruna 0 FC Porto 1 (Porto win 1 -0 onagg). 137
Football: Porto in final after decisive spot-kick; DEPORTIVO ........0 PORTO ............1. 175
Football: Prestatyn finish in third spot after win; WELSH ALLIANCE. 162
Football: Ranieri:Chelsea need United spirit. 331
Football: Reserves clinch second after Sunderland romp; LIVERPOOL RES ......5 SUNDERLAND RES ....1. 417
Football: Reyes rescues jittery champs; PREMIERSHIP Portsmouth 1 Arsenal 1 Arsenal within two games of unbeaten season. 495
Football: Rhyl face expulsion as cup-tie called off; COAST CHALLENGE CUP. 284
Football: Roberts hoping for Wales call. 104
Football: Roberts: I am staying in shape in case Wales call. 730
Football: Saturday promises exciting meeting; Tranmere and Wirral Football Supporters'Trust. 263
Football: Shepherd rallies Newcastle for one last push. 359
Football: Signings need to arrive promptly Moyes hopeful of funds injection; Kenwright `working hard' for extra revenue, says manager. 444
Football: Solskjaer looks to next season. 92
Football: Solskjaer vowing to show Sir Alex he is still a force. 356
Football: Ternent to leave Turf Moor post. 87
Football: Terry: Ban threat won't see me hold back. 310
Football: Testimonial date set to honour Bowen; BURSCOUGH. 264
Football: The grass isn't always greener on other side; Smith's warning to out-of-contract stars. 639
Football: We are back to our best now, claims Houllier. 333
Football: Yobo admits: We have let the manager down. 456
Football: Yobo: We're so sorry boss; Defender apologises for poor season. 446
FORMULA ONE: Teams accept changes to liven up grands prix. 320
FURY OVER DIVORCED BISHOP; Shock at Bangor appointment. 112
GOLF: Montgomerie excused pro-amappearance. 296
GOLF: Montgomerie misses pro-am. 200
Grantham in apology over internet sex sessions. 233
Group targets `no gypsy' racism. 174
Historic `welcome' gates returning to Liverpool. 424
Jail term justified, rule judges. 230
Julie killing: new probe sought. 642
Kenya killing. 93
Knifeman jailed for double attack. 268
Knowledge project `to bring 1,500 jobs' WDA's 40-acre scheme faces planning hurdles. 388
Learning Works: A design forlife. 282
Learning Works: At the cutting edge of reality. 213
Learning Works: Ex-teachers take the helm. 399
Learning Works: Farmers grab skills for new business options. 444
Learning Works: Food firm a beacon for Welsh businesses. 206
Learning Works: Get on board for a lifelong journey. 298
Learning Works: Healthyhaste at fast food firm. 268
Learning Works: Keyrole forgras s roots. 327
Learning Works: Lucy'sready to roll. 195
Learning Works: Plucky Zara called to account. 348
Learning Works: Rebecca picks up the language gauntlet. 268
Learning Works: Redundancy no hurdle for high -skilled Dan. 204
Learning Works: Seeds of a rural revolution. 245
Learning Works: Seizing as econd chance. 551
Learning Works: Te gwen's new TV role. 272
Learning Works: Tesco champ reveals what keeps the tills ringing. 199
Learning Works: The week when opportunity knocks. 98
Learning Works: Timber firm puts people in the frame. 356
Learning Works: Wales carries banner for Europe'sAdult Learning. 439
Learning Works: Widening horizons! 491
Learning Works: Yen fore-business. 222
Len Capeling: Cast net wide for a Goodison visionary; Where are millionaire fans to force Gregg's hand? 478
Len Capeling: Great Dane's biting criticism. 176
Len Capeling: Leeds owed their fans more than betrayal. 197
Len Capeling: McClaren still only a pretender to throne. 113
Len Capeling: Shed tears for Leeds' betrayal. 162
Len Capeling: What Everton need to keep fans dreaming dreaming. 545
Len Capeling: Why caution over class will not be excused next year. 185
Letter: Abuse claim risk. 205
Letter: Badger carnage. 248
Letter: Danger to youth. 244
Letter: Junk mail. 83
Letter: Not fooled by tax. 92
Letter: Parking plea. 108
Letter: Property boom. 102
Letter: Rail passengers lose out to slate. 183
Letter: Support for pest patrols. 186
Letter: Track charges. 184
Like paying a fox to look after chicke ns; Security guard burgled school he was supposed to watch over. 394
Lottery winner to splash out on ...a Micra. 112
Low-cost homes plan for village; Landowner wants to build estate on greenbelt land. 411
Madonna's dance partner to star at International Eisteddfod. 308
Man who took photos in court should stay in jail,judges rule. 262
Memorial to great Welsh thinker. 208
MEPs snub governments. 128
Morgan on the attack over waiting lists. 320
Mother's precious gift of a kidney for desperately ill daughter. 226
Mother's six-month nightmare. 111
Moves to increase income from Welsh rivers. 194
MR BROCKLEBANK: Book signing success. 449
Mums to set up new trust for autism centre; Parents in pledge to continue school battle. 358
Murder police arrest woman. 256
Net pirate jailed. 294
No action for sticky tape gag on pupil. 273
Nurses' hostel burglar followed. 146
O'Neill libelled over link with Reds. 210
OBITUARY: Frances Rafferty. 364
Oil hits highest price for 13 years. 391
OUR MAN IN WESTMINSTER: Ghost of Thatcher. 443
Plane spotters to fight terrorism. 335
Plots ready for development. 82
pounds 1m face lift opens door to new jobs. 262
pounds 1m move gives ventilation firm breathing space. 260
Prison death protest mother arrested. 189
Promising harpist plucks pounds 1,000 award. 192
Pupils given healthy vending machine. 237
RACING: Hanagan wants 13 to be lucky at Chester. 267
Racing: Man made for cup glory. 394
Racing: Man made for cup glory. 376
Ravaged historic house faces bulldozer after second arson attack. 213
Ray of hope for trouble hotspots; Solar power helps store vaccine in Africa. 457
Reader COLUMN: Wildest Wales is vanishing. 513
Real life drama brings Carmen to a brief halt. 226
Record crowds join the stars for flat racing feast; Date change makes Roodee festival even more popular. 513
RHYL: WELSH PREMIER CHAMPIONS 2003/4: Edwards:I never thought I'd get my hands on this trophy again; THE BIG INTERVIEW Rhyl captain Timmy Edwards talks to Post Sport's David Triggs. 912
RHYL: WELSH PREMIER CHAMPIONS 2003/4: Talking a good game; Top-scorer Moranhas boss Hulse to thank for wake-upcall. 618
RHYL: WELSH PREMIER CHAMPIONS 2003/4: Thomas: Euro adventure's a boost for club. 279
RHYL: WELSH PREMIER CHAMPIONS 2003/4: Victory is a reward for whole of Rhyl. 394
RUGBY LEAGUE: There'll be no holding back says Millward. 505
RUGBY LEAGUE: Vikings suffering injury crisis. 85
Rugby Union: Changes soon to be settled in leagues. 305
Rugby Union: Charity day at Waterloo. 84
Rugby Union: Dazzling rug by is equal to the sunshine at Caldy; Caldy Sevens. 723
RUGBY UNION: Jones is set for French switch; Fly- half poised to join Montferrand. 538
Rugby Union: Students fail to overcome medics; School and University news. 268
Rugby Union: Tougher tests ahead for Cheshire. 291
RUGBY UNION: Vickery tour KO. 142
Rugby Union: Whelan's decision leaves Orrell facing uncertain future. 326
Schools on alert after man tries to snatch children. 233
Scientists find way to beat the Black Death. 368
Shock drink- drive figures as police test numbers fall. 432
Shooting by police probed. 95
Singer promises to go extra mile for Sport Relief. 171
Son in court accused of railway line murder. 223
Storm over Britain's first divorced bishop; Ordination boycott threat after Church's selection. 903
Swashbuckling hero the world forgot; Once his stories thrilled millions, but then Rafael Sabatini slipped from fashion. Now efforts are being made to restore a great Liverpool author to his rightful place in English literature. David Charters reports. 1844
TENNIS: Henman hope. 101
TENNIS: Henman ready for Stepanek. 93
Terrorist's UK link. 135
Thatcher's shadow over election battle. 472
Thatcher's spectre looms over election. 482
The driving force; John Heffernan finds Toyota's success is not just down to staff skills but attitude. 1195
The true confessions of a football fanatic; Illegal travel, theft, sneaking into matches without paying and fighting -Mike Chapple reports on the everyday life of one of the Annie Road End crew. 1227
THOUGHT for the DAY. 91
Tourism chief: I won't be quitting vital job after all. 411
UN orders torturers be brought to justice. 394
Unique sporting success. 118
Unveiled -the floral emblem of your county; Surprise choices in nationwide poll. 570
Villagers get a say on future of woodland conservation site. 276
Vodafone launches 3G service in Europe. 114
Walker is rescued from sand trap. 155
Why did you leave our kids alone in the dark? Parents claim teachers left pupils on field trip. 519
Woman critical after donkey kick to head; Husband and girls in vigil at bedside. 343
Your chance to run the railway; Plans to let community take over some lines. 499

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