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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (November 13, 2004)

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`Miracle baby' a cruel trick by greedy child traffickers. 476
2, 000-job WDA business plan moves closer. 259
Aerospace merger reports fly. 166
Alice Douglas: Pleasure of the party and pain of the race. 1055
An audience of 45, 000 as Liverpool fan's dream comes true. 175
Antiques: what's it worth? 325
Arafat poisoned, says his doctor. 145
Arafat was `most probably poisoned' Leader buried as his doctor claims foul play. 408
ATHLETICS: Holmes sets up township plan. 89
Beirdd yn ymrafael mewn bar! 353
Black Watch captures bombers after gun battle. 150
Black Watch catches suicide bombers. 212
Blair to attend Bigley memorial service today. 286
Bodies in well. 99
BOXING: Golota's ultimatum. 97
Britons rescued from riots. 115
BSky B on target for eight million. 118
Bush and Blair to push for Middle East peace. 194
Bush offers hope to Palestinians; Pledge on homeland. 440
Call for syndrome testing. 170
CRICKET: Lancs at home in opening matches. 92
Defence merger could help firms. 135
Devolution critics have a field day. 161
Devolution fails to excite. 355
Dorinda Mccann: I feel I don't belong in this era at all, I think there's been a mistake and I'm trapped in the wrong decade. 697
Double murderer will serve 27 years. 546
EISTEDDFOD LLANDYRNOG. 257
End for Abbey. 100
Exclusive quality in Cheshire; Sue Kelbrick visits a townhouse in Warrington. 260
Fallen on hard times; Sarah Waterfall finds why working on a period drama proved to be such a challenge for ex soap star Daniel a Denby-Ashe. 599
Farewell to Peel. 442
Fashion: How to fake it; Shereen Low on how to get catwalk chic without the cruelty. . . or the cost. 663
Fathers' group besiege minister at golf club dinner. 285
food & drink: Luxury pudding; Traditional dessert is given a new look with a festive feel. 443
food & drink: Sheila & Sean: Fish cakes can be healthy and tasty. 674
food & drink: take five . . . steak and kidney pies. 156
Food: bar. 318
Food: Steamy reminder of days gone by. 632
Food: taste test: Making a meal of crossing the Irish Sea. 705
Football: Ambitious Moyes outlines bold vision for the future; Champions League tops wish list for next five years. 1207
Football: Bruce looking to reward `outstanding' Upson. 232
Football: Bullish Routledge undaunted by boyhood idols. 282
Football: Champions to unleash new boy in Pool clash; Burgess faces old club WELSH PREMIER. 416
Football: Crouch relishing Portsmouth clash; SOTON v PORTSMOUTH 12pm. 295
Football: Cup legend Rush wary of Stafford surprise; All in mind, says Chester manager. 358
Football: Defender wary of Palace coup as injuries begin to bite into squad. 400
Football: Evans won't go easy on old pal May; WELSH PREMIER. 238
Football: Finances were key to Moyes contract; Assurance of investment prompts Everton manager to sign new deal. 600
Football: Garrity adds misery to Runcorn's depleted ranks. 148
Football: Gill: United made a lot of mistakes with the Rio drugs case; Newcastle v Man U, St James' Park, tomorrow, 4. 05pm. 467
Football: Glazer's United dream in tatters. 260
Football: Glazer's United hopes left in tatters. 384
Football: Grounded Carragher's the example for Benitez Bebes. 1060
Football: Halkyn boss wants to continue cup form; CYMRU ALLIANCE CUP. 215
Football: Haworth hoping to land starring role for Rovers; FA CUP FIRST ROUND PETERBOROUGH UNITED v TRANMERE ROVERS, TODAY, 3PM. 933
Football: Hodges in the frame as Parkes is sacked. 501
Football: Jones wants Bay to battle on; UNIBOND LEAGUE. 149
Football: Leaders looking for win over Guils; CYMRU ALLIANCE. 379
Football: Leeds sell up and deny bid. 86
Football: Mellor facing axe as Baros makes return. 414
Football: Midlanders `made move for Owen'. 187
Football: Mourinho's men take the strain. 83
Football: New teenage defender thrust into starting line-up. 261
Football: Poor discipline back to haunt Druids; WELSH PREMIER. 145
Football: Preece guarding against backlash; WELSH PREMIER. 224
Football: Robson ready to face former club. 89
Football: Rowlands blow; City man in long lay-off after tearing hamstring;WELSH PREMIER. 510
Football: SIGN OF THE TIMES; Moyes is ready to deliver on his dream. 1144
Football: Souness hoping for a United Newcastle; NEWCASTLE v MAN UTD Sun 4. 05pm. 308
Football: Striker upbeat about future. 201
Football: TALKING TACTICS ON THE GAMES: Expect a rumble at Anfield from Dowie's fighters. 457
Football: TALKING TACTICS ON THE GAMES: Points there for taking if Everton can muzzle Izzet. 477
Football: Teenager makes quick-fire return to the Tranmere attack. 183
Football: TOSHACK DECISION: BE WARNED; New man Toshack promises to move out the old guard. 421
Football: TOSHACK DECISION: Horne: Give Speed coaching a role. 208
Football: TOSHACK DECISION: It's the right time for me to return; Toshack dreaming of helping Wales qualify for a major tournament. 1365
Football: TOSHACK DECISION: MANAGERIAL ROLL CALL. 220
Football: Toshack warns: It won't be easy Wellens on warpath. 190
Football: Vauxhall and Southport ready to upset high-fliers. 352
Football: VIEW FROM THE STANDS: FANS FORUM Rafa has to keep faith in big Igor. 366
Football: VIEW FROM THE STANDS: FANS FORUM Why it'll be good to gain revenge. 376
Football: VIEW FROM THE TANDS: FANS FORUM We lack a killer instinct. 215
Football: WREXHAM IN CRISIS: 6 GREAT GAMES. 227
Football: WREXHAM IN CRISIS: Dragons face crash course. 253
Football: WREXHAM IN CRISIS: Rush calls for focus ahead of cup clash; STAFFORD v CHESTER, TODAY, FA CUP, 3PM. 255
Football: WREXHAM IN CRISIS: Why we can't let Wrexham die; Jones says authorities must save footballing institution. 1150
Football: WREXHAM IN CRISIS: Zola set for comeback; P'BORO v TRANMERE TODAY, FA CUP, 3pm. 145
Gardening: Autumn arrivals. 589
Gardening: Gardening Diary. 342
Gardening: plant of the week berberis. 113
Gardening: plant of the week: Gardenia. 355
Gardening: Put black magic into your garden; The darker the better is the current thinking. Hannah Stephenson explains why. 376
Gardening: this week's chores. 172
Gardening: week in erddig. 381
Geldof's girl to present TV show. 202
Gladitorial fights probe. 160
GOLF: Mouland fear. 89
Home Office to study Liverpool prison death verdict. 268
Homes: Be king of your castle; Abigail Hughes finds her eyes drawn skywards as she explores an apartment with character. 368
Horror crash OAP failed to brake. 147
How to change your seasons in one day; Gabrielle Fagan looks at winter transformations. 1037
Hughes funeral at Sheffield Cathedral. 157
Hunt for girl. 84
I begged the doctor on my hands and knees to give my little Luke a chance; Just weeks after her High Court right-to-life battle, a grieving mother speaks of her baby's final moments. 1226
Illuminated telescope to be part of new Spaceport; Beacon to attract more visitors to Wirral. 405
Interiors: Light up your life; Gabrielle Fagan on why table lamps are perfect to give your home a warm glow through winter. 687
Interview: Out of Bond-age, but Brosnan has no plans to head into the Sunset; Eileen Condon finds the former 007 looking to the future. 904
Investment opportunity: Finding the right statistics; How the nation's top estate agents use the `average' house to track price rises. 863
It's not justice. 164
ITV to sell effects arm. 93
John Dempsey on country matters. 603
Killer chef must serve 27 years. 297
Kilroy Silk plans to stand in general election. 253
LONDON MARKET. 241
Lord Hunt in scathing attack on Welsh assembly's bureaucracy; Never in the history of British politics can so much have been spent bys o few to so little effect , ,. 404
Luxury homes. 312
Market men had 330 stolen mobiles. 286
Menu masters; University takes lead in healthy eating. 285
Mother reports death of baby Luke to police; Doctors withheld life-saving treatment claim. 529
Mother victim of child scam. 129
Mwynhau her y Talcen Caled; Annes Glynn yn sgwrsio a'r act ores a'r sgriptwraig deledu, Mirain Llwyd Owen. 979
My dream of a date with Tom; Mum in battle to win New York trip. 334
New homes. 352
Officers face retrial on rape charges. 83
Our teacher's miles away; Town's schools pioneer nationwide video classes. 342
overheard. 526
Peel's friends and fans pay tribute to legendary DJ; Kop anthem played at LFC supporter's funeral. 493
People: From Bond to baddie; Being told his 007 days were numbered came as a real blow to Pierce Brosnan. But shooting his latest film, After The Sunset, in the Bahamas helped cushion the blow. 1001
pounds 17m bonus for Dyson chief. 228
pounds 1m deal to drive up fast web links. 263
pounds 3. 5bn plan to break up toxic ships on Mersey; Ministers considering radical Greenpeace proposal. 652
Pub death man in court. 106
Pubs: Mike Chapple at the bar. . . 611
Pwy sy'n bar od i gymryd Risg a mentro? 455
QUESTION TIME . . . 10 to test your TV knowledge. 265
Queue of cuties; There's still time for you to enter our baby contest. 377
Racing: Monk to turn on the power. 334
RALLYING: Gronholm edges close to victory. 94
Real Rooms: Peace amid the hustle and bustle; Jane Gallagher visits Elaine Owen's home of contrasts. 837
RUGBY LEAGUE: Farrell expects Oz cliffhanger. 128
Rugby League: Farrell keen to banish painful memories. 425
Rugby League: O'Meley fan club set to make big day extra special. 372
Rugby League: World-class Wellens proud to be in pole position. 622
RUGBY UNION: Bradshaw out of crucial game for New Brighton. 432
Rugby Union: Dry run for Robinson heralds a fresh start; England look to recapture form after final hangover. 631
Rugby Union: Forget World Cup -- this is the start of a new era. 511
Rugby Union: Llyr clear to guide Pwllheli; DIVISION FOUR (NORTH). 279
Rugby Union: Scarlet dawn; Jenkins: We'll turn it round at Racecourse; LLANELLI SCARLETS V LEINSTER TOMORROW, 5. 30PM. 618
Rugby Union: Strugglers hopeful of victory at last. 452
RUGBY UNION: Wales masterclass; Ruddock's men hit Romania with superb 10-try blitz. 866
Rugby Union: Win for Waterloo would set up Wasps treat. 274
S4C unveil new movie in Cardiff. 107
Safety checks vital for ghost ship recycling. 337
saturday THOUGHT. 312
Scientist will `star' in writer's next novel. 263
Scots lead race to be the new face of 007; Flop hits Jude Law's chances. 394
Sheltering homeless will cost county pounds 1m. 196
Shots fired in `gangland' attack. 236
Shots victim had fake gun. 168
Singing sheep set for TV stardom. 360
Six of the best. 840
Smoke ban urged for Welsh hospitals. 194
Smoking could cost you pounds 5, 000. 274
SOAPBOX . . . (Week beginning Monday, November 15). 287
Speeding guns for residents. 158
Student died in fireball crash horror. 359
Sure Bet: Celestial is a Golden tip for first big race. 163
Sure Bet: High noon shoot-out means London rivals will be quick to draw; TAKE A GAMBLE WITH CHRIS WRIGHT. 376
Sure Bet: Long Term Bet. . . 139
Taste of Wales; Alun Prichard on a week long celebration of Welsh food from the producers to your plate. 637
The essentials: 10 questions: Adam Franklin is co-director of the Laughterhouse Comedy Club. 186
The essentials: hot. 104
The essentials: not. 89
The essentials: Pitt-Anistons named the best-dressed man and woman in showbiz. 82
The essentials: Qeue rage. 131
The essentials: saving on safety. 109
The funny side of life; Comic Huw Marshall on how being the fat lazy one landed him an acting role. 726
THE SATURDAY INTERVIEW: Kids must prove they're worth a place in our side; Jamie Carragher talks to David Prior about being a mentor for Liverpool's class of emerging young stars Premiership, Liverpool v Crystal P, Anfield, today 3pm. 1073
THOUGHT for the WEEK. 128
Travel: deal of the week. 222
Travel: Falling for Canada; Cathy Gordon finds plenty to do and see in Ontario from visiting stunning Niagara to taking pictures of Mounties but the moose was one attraction to sadly elude her. 1202
Travel: Island of happy accidents; Lindesay Irvine is astounded by the beauty of Sri Lanka. 1415
Travel: late breaks. 471
Travel: Late deals. 408
Two charged. 124
US finds Iraq war link to illness. 288
Vertex lands pounds 427m contract; NW firm wins council job. 347
Village church vigil in Arafat's memory. 318
We'll lose 10 points if it'll save our club; Dragons to be put into administration. 356
What a load of rubbish; We'll sue, say relatives of 86-year-old forced to drag whee lie bin 100 yards. 380
Why pick on me? I'm Welsh; Owner stunned by anti-English slogans daubed on shop days after it opened. 341
Why the future isn't Cloudy -- but the thinking is foggy; Months after cancellation, Alsop creation appears in ad. 501
wild wales: Bird watch. 455
wild wales: Rambles & scrambles: craig forris and swallow falls. 324
wild wales: Talking about the weather is music to the ears of scientists; Alun Prichard on how a very British obsession has its worth. 505
YOU SAID IT . . . Quotes of the week. 130

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