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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (October 1, 2004)

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`Bomb' jet gets all-clear. 114
34 children killed; Baghdad celebration ends in horror scene. 250
35 children killed at street celebration. 318
50 elderly patient beds to be cut at Wirral hospital; Two wards could close at Victoria Central. 464
60m will be living in UK by next year. 213
7 days: The week's highlights. 447
A gift of love from 5, 000 miles away; Bride will wear a special wedding dress. 437
A nation ravaged by poverty and the scourge of Aids. 196
A slice of the real thing; Mike Chapple talks to Liverpool actor Daniel Craig about his brush with the world of gangsters. 1257
ACADEMY FOOTBALL: Owens calls for more of same; LIVERPOOL. 335
ACADEMY FOOTBALL: Youngsters enjoy winning feeling; EVERTON. 344
All About. . . LLYN CRAFNANT. 100
Art of the possible. 460
Arts: Inner demons of a matinee idol; Dirk Bogarde The Authorised Biography by John Coldstream; Weidenfeld and Nicolson; pounds 20. 317
AT HOME WITH THE WALTONS: Be afraid. . . `THE POTTY' Exploding in a theatre near you soon. 824
ATHLETICS: Young guns told to go for it. 161
Back staff who dare speak out; Whistleblower to appeal over ruling. 304
Bail out National and stay all-Welsh; Assembly should make donation to Eisteddfod. 466
Bargains ahoy. 91
Barred from seeing her baby 23hrs a day. 431
BIKES: Autumn show now an event in its own right. 579
Blair in for heart treatment; But PM intends to serve third term in full. 392
Blind to take to the wheel at airport. 83
Bond delayed. 91
BOXING: Hatton lets his standards slip. 161
BOXING: Thornhill bids for English crown. 313
Cameras clobber speeders for pounds 3.4m; Campaign leaders attack figure as scandalous. 450
Cardiff wins banking jobs. 123
Cat peppered. 82
CD review: FATBOY SLIM -- Palookaville Rating . . . . 105
CD review: RACHEL STEVENS -- More, More, More Rating . . . 100
CD review: REM -- Around The Sun Rating . . . . 96
CD review: ROBBIE WILLIAMS -- Radio Rating . . . . 102
Chemical plant on the move to consolidate business. 200
Child haven may replace market. 440
City at foot of table for growth. 246
Classical. 498
Comment: Public bodies must get back on track for good of Merseyside. 364
Confidence in housing takes a dive; Boom is over as interest rises bite. 318
CRICKET: Cricket greats attack Zimbabwe tour. 440
CRICKET: ICC inquiry abandoned amid frustration. 146
Curtain call: Wherefore art thou budding thespians? 227
DAILY POST COMMENT: Bigley family's courage wins global respect. 335
DAILY POST COMMENT: The valiant fight of the Bigley family. 335
Dalglish back in training -- for charity race. 141
Date set for Zeta stalk trial. 142
Detection rates rise. 98
Digital doom for ITV Wales; Job fears after go-ahead to slash programmes. 301
Donny's life is just a breeze; Emma Johnson talks to one of the pop industry's greatest survivors. 1159
Driving Seat: Focus on cabriolet. 522
Driving Seat: Plugs & POINTS. 351
Driving Seat: Stunning Mercedes coupe. 328
DVD view: Connie and Carla (12A). 104
DVD view: Fleetwod Mac, Live in Boston (U). 88
DVD view: The Who, Live in Boston (15). 262
Ear buzz: Oh, any, any, any old irony. 589
Eating in: Oriental Delia shows turning Japanese is not as difficult as you think. 392
Estate of the art; Chainsaw carving will grace royal grounds. 267
Fame is the spur that brings Barbara back. 797
FILM: London humdrum; Layer Cake (Cert 15) Thriller/drama starring Daniel Craig, Kenneth Cranham, Colm Meaney, Jamie Forman, Michael Gambon, Sienna Miller, Dexter Fletcher. 426
FILM: Rental: Happy memory of a great picture; Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind (Cert 15) Drama/Romantic comedy starring: Jim Carrey, Kate Winslet, Tom Wilkinson, Mark Ruffalo, Elijah Wood, Kirsten Dunst. 218
Firms guilty over student's death. 358
FOOTBALL: Benitez's new system will take time to get used to. 441
Football: Benni bets on Chelsea glory. 86
Football: Blades cut deal for Cadamarteri. 88
FOOTBALL: Boro's debut on continent marred by violence; UEFA CUP Banik Ostrava 1 Middlesbrough 1 (Boro win 4-1 on agg). 253
FOOTBALL: City tell Molby to shut mouth. 97
FOOTBALL: DON'T FORCE ME TO LEAVE; Crocked Carlos calls on Dragons to sign him up. 312
FOOTBALL: Edwards upbeat as he takes first steps on long journey back to Racecourse; After a fantastic season for Wrexham, disaster struck for Carlos Edwards when he was seriously injured on international duty. Andy Gilpin found out how his recovery is going. 828
FOOTBALL: England place not at threat -- Owen. 401
Football: Fan SCENE: Everton: Roo's not the only big story. 373
Football: Fan SCENE: Liverpool: Keep faith in Rafa. 346
Football: Fan SCENE: Manchester United: Roo will go down in history. 221
Football: Fan SCENE: Wrexham: A speck of light shines through cloud of apathy. 363
FOOTBALL: Fighter Harrison in frame to face runaway leaders; Anticipation is high among Rovers players. 744
Football: Frank ambition to win the biggest prize in football. 622
FOOTBALL: Gould walks out. 108
Football: Interest in Collins intensifies as offers are made. 306
FOOTBALL: Kirkland cranks up pressure on Dudek. 555
FOOTBALL: Kirkland keeps pressing for first-team return. 545
Football: Liverpool leave it late to overcome West Bromwich; Liverpool Reserves. . . . . 4 WBA Reserves. . . . . . . . . 1. 312
FOOTBALL: Manager insists: `More is to come'. 296
FOOTBALL: Millwall's European campaign is halted; UEFA CUP Ferencvaros 3 Millwall 1 (Ferencvaros win 4-2 on agg). 299
Football: Molby is scolded for Fowler claim. 97
Football: Mourinho keen to preserve good relations with his former club. 149
Football: Moyes to be named manager of month; Award to recognise Everton's opening run of victories. 566
Football: Newcastle ease past Israeli opposition; Bnei Sakhnin . . . . . . . . 1 Newcastle . . . . . . . . . . 5 Newcastle win 7-1 on agg. 352
Football: Owen still focused on taking his chances. 448
FOOTBALL: Ref rage over. 90
FOOTBALL: Rio: I'd love to be Red Devils captain. 229
FOOTBALL: Shear class as Toon march on; UEFA CUP Bnei Sakhnin 1 Newcastle United 5 (Newcastle win 7-1 on agg). 350
FOOTBALL: Tough love from Hulse as Rhyl get a tongue-lashing; WELSH PREMIER. 403
FOOTBALL: Trotters tell Speed to forget Wales job. 266
Football: United too good for Town; NWC League. 160
FOOTBALL: Warnock swoops. 82
FOOTBALL: Weird watching that man at Old Trafford. 439
FOOTBALL: Winning start nets top boss prize for Blues chief Moyes. 459
FOOTBALL: Wrexham Sunday League. 98
Formula One: Ecclestone rebuke as Silverstone dropped. 172
FORMULA ONE: F1 supremo wields axe on British Grand Prix; Silverstone chopped from 2005 calendar. 525
Free political lecture. 88
GOLF: Faldo throws his hat into Ryder Cup ring. 257
GOLF: Suffering Woods plays through the pain barrier. 426
GOLF: Woods in pain. 151
Heavyweights with the future welfare of Liverpool in their hands. 300
Historic youth hostel for sale. 487
HOCKEY: Good start for women. 100
Holiday bid will wreck our village; 90 chalets included in plans. 331
Holiday firm to cut 800 jobs in shake-up; Lunn Poly shops to close. 378
HOSTAGE CRISIS DAY 16: Straw meets Bigley family -- but no progress in hostage crisis; `I want to pay tribute to their dignity and strength'. 746
Ian Brady starves for five years. 130
Internet car share scheme. 151
Israelis invade camp. 144
It was The Everyman that got me into acting. 359
Jamelia crowned queen of black music. 209
Japanese TV chases soccer ace. 80
Kenyan officers arrive to look into passport scandal. 493
LABOUR CONFERENCE: PM won't deal with Bigley captors. 449
LABOUR CONFERENCE: Scare puts Blair in hospital. 152
LABOUR CONFERENCE: Second ambush victim named. 165
LABOUR CONFERENCE: Unions reject troops out call; Leader wins backing in conference vote. 268
Lacrosse: Native Americans give inspiration for Liverpool lacrosse. 1009
Let them stay Not the man. 87
Letter: 40th birthday OMMENT. 151
Letter: A matter of principle. 187
Letter: Bland building. 94
Letter: FACT vision. 113
Letter: Fear of crime. 186
Letter: Fly tipping. 179
Letter: Manx heritage. 174
Letter: Security wall. 220
Letter: Tax burden. 112
Longest book in English language is no heavy burden. 162
Man carried knife in his underpants. 155
Medals winner disgusted by size of grant. 168
Mersey trams project on brink of collapse; pounds 750m Grosvenor scheme also threatened. 1073
Millwall fans in trouble at Uefa Cup tie. 88
Minimum wage up to pounds 4.85. 246
Ministry of Defence names second soldier killed in ambush. 262
More choice in store. 162
Motorcycling: Autumn show now an event in its own right. 575
MOTORING: Audi joins the Q with new SUV. 125
MOTORING: Audi undercuts BMW. 98
MOTORING: Focus on cabriolet. 92
MOTORING: Full SERVICE HISTORY: I love my BMW as it never fails to impress. 500
MOTORING: Jaguars among least reliable cars. 108
MOTORING: Joining forces. 82
MOTORING: Lethal luggage warning. 106
MOTORING: Premium Disco. 134
MOTORING: Road Test: Perfectly primed to take primed on the opposition; Nissan Primer a 2. 2 d Ci T-Spec. 707
MOTORING: Stunning Mercedes. 285
MUSIC: Thinking big; Rik Waller has put his post-Pop Idol disappointments behind him and is limbering up for a musical comeback, which will include a concert date in North Wales. He speaks to Alun Prichard. 678
New exhibition highlights career of a Welsh soccer legend. 337
New scanner steps up treatment for patients. 151
Now showing. 424
Obituary: Edward Adams. 368
On film. 571
ON THIS DAY . . . 117
One-woman show still spins Webb of intrigue. 550
PARALYMPICS: Paralympians deliver glory and inspiration. 234
Plane alert passengers back in UK. 106
Pony must go. 84
POST SOAPBOX: Ditch zones. 85
POST SOAPBOX: Investment need. 141
POST SOAPBOX: Proud of him. 127
POST SOAPBOX: Two-sided. 134
Powys oil detectives strike gold. 317
Protesters deny aim was to cause a public nuisance. 348
RACING: Rejected appeal shadows double. 196
Racing: Troubadour to bounce back. 302
RACING: Troubadour to bounce back. 302
Radical health service shake-up. 171
Rathbone's new team. 103
Reader competition. 105
RESTAURANTS: Greek eating -- Liverpool-style; James Bradley finds a warm welcome and fountain. 751
Review: The Stuckists/ The Walker. 443
Rhys celebrates like a normal boy at last. 212
Rippleffect wins IT contract with CN Radio group. 155
Rope mix-up killed student climber. 140
RUGBY LEAGUE: Injury-hit Saints star is out of Tri-Nations. 573
RUGBY UNION: No panic over French threat; Ruddock: Wales stars will be available. 403
RUGBY UNION: Wirral hoping for first victory. 175
Soccer fans stabbed. 83
Soggy summer dampens Boots. 227
Solicitor helps end roof-top siege. 213
Stores slump Comfortable fit. 172
Ten-year-old charged with killing father. 83
TENNIS: Concerns over safety dismissed by Bates. 437
TENNIS: Safety concerns dismissed by Bates. 247
THE BIG PICTURE: Fantastic flight of fancy; Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow (Cert PG) Stars Jude Law, Gwyneth Paltrow, Angelina Jolie and Giovanni Ribisi; director Kerry Conran. 106 mins. Rating . . . . . 527
The sword in the sty. 344
Thieves stole boy's bike and phone. 157
This couple plundered a vulnerable OAP's pounds 15, 000 savings to the last penny. 634
THOUGHT for the DAY. 105
VALERIE HILL: Desperate-to-go fans returning to gig circuit. 799
VALERIE HILL: Excruciating pretence turbulent marriage is normal. 198
VALERIE HILL: Graham Greene. 101
VALERIE HILL: Richard Branson. 95
Welsh prescription charges cut by pounds 1. 205
Why pick on my son over toy gun? 337
Widow has dead husband's baby. 86
Your LETTERS: Cruel words of false sympathy. 267
Your LETTERS: Hunt actions. 235
Your LETTERS: Smart code. 222
Your LETTERS: True to form. 293
Your SHOUT: Benitez must admit defeat. 99
Your SHOUT: Reader's letter. 91

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