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

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1, 000-tonne, 365ft crane collapses. . . and driver escapes with broken heel; `If this happened on a weekday it would have been a slaughter'. 463
100 cannabis plants seized in police raid. 137
21 killed by car bombs in attacks near US embassy. 386
ACADEMY FOOTBALL: Hopkins' strike saves a point; EVERTON. 365
ACADEMY FOOTBALL: Owens pleased despite defeat; LIVERPOOL. 401
Access for disabled talk. 84
Agency nurses bill spirals. 297
Airbus plans its own Dreamliner. 279
An apple a day makes Fern obey. 204
Angry Elton takes a swipe at Madonna. 421
Argos group to employ extra 24, 000 in run-up to Christmas. 170
ARTS DIARY: KEY Events; THE ARTS EDITOR'S PICK OF THE DAY. 259
ARTS DIARY: Mercury link and a date with destiny; Philip Key on why a reformed rock band is to play at the Albert Hall. 462
ARTS DIARY: MUSIC Organ Improvisation Festival/ Liverpool Cathedral. 278
ARTS DIARY: MUSICAL Fame/Liverpool Empire. 253
Athletics: N. Wales duo hit top form; GARETH HUGHES ON THE LOCAL ATHLETICS SCENE. 446
ATHLETICS: Radcliffe back. 186
ATHLETICS: Radcliffe returns to capital's roads. 239
Bangor wins contract. 117
Bomb scare flight continues after unscheduled stop. 112
Bride and joy. 104
Carnage goes on in Iraq. 116
CCTV to be installed at library. 89
Charlotte's man in court no-show. 115
Contracts sealed. 91
Crane driver's miracle escape. 94
Crash victim Joseph on the mend; But parents face pain of telling him his great-grandad's dead. 409
Cultural centre hope for sea resort; Fourth Grace cash up for bids. 502
Daily Post Comment: Bigley plight not a subject for comedy. 417
Daily Post Comment: Howard must get a grip on Tories or go. 382
David Banks: Cycle of discontent sure to go up a gear. 320
David Banks: The brave dad forcing Blair to face his failings. 783
DAVID CHARTERS: This grand city is vital again. 844
Ending men's ignorance about women. 187
English fury over soccer tickets. 364
Ex-lover stabbed rival. 251
Farmers get in a bumper harvest. 102
Fathers4Justice acquit ted of public nuisance charge; Five-day trial attacked as `farcical'. 635
FEED BACK: Last week we asked: should we negotiate with Ken Bigley's captors? You said:. 271
Ferry's praise for hunt protester son falls on deaf ears. 108
Festival is a cultural focal point for our nation and deserves more cash; Plaid MP joins our campaign. 500
Festive Flights from Liverpool Airport. 205
Food manufacturers hit out at Government plans. 293
Football: Amateur: European conquerors return in style; Mid Cheshire League. 247
Football: Amateur: Holmes deduces winning display; South Wirral League. 307
Football: Amateur: McGuiness hat-trick unsettles Aintree; West Cheshire League. 872
Football: Amateur: Merebrook make Castrol work for victory; Ellesmere Port Sunday League. 351
Football: Amateur: Phoenix too hot for Pollards Inn; Wirral Sunday League. 322
Football: Amateur: Prenton submerged as Dock confirm status; Houlihan's Birkenhead Sunday League. 466
Football: Amateur: Rooney sends Villa on league charge; I-Zingari League. 193
Football: Amateur: Saint David's goal sees Motors stall; Liverpool County Combination. 266
Football: Amateur: Telegraph battle past Wirral Health; Wallasey Sunday League. 376
Football: ANDY JOHNSON. 102
Football: Cahill in clear as FA admit Poll error; Injury fears eased with Redknapp facing three-match ban for lunge. 699
FOOTBALL: Canaries through as Chalk strikes; FAW PREMIER CUP Caernarfon Town 1 Caersws 0. 149
Football: Chester face administration fears. 215
Football: Chester move to ease debt troubles. 224
Football: Cole is inspired by Lampard. 89
Football: COMMENT BY BILL PIERCE: Owen a victim of the curse of Real Madrid. 384
Football: Delaney: We won't single out Rooney. 336
Football: Earnshaw is named player of the year. 276
Football: Edu questions. 108
Football: Eriksson's loyalty tested by striker dilemma. 741
Football: Fans unite to keep Glazer out. 552
Football: FAW PREMIER CUP: Nomads keen to get back on track. 236
FOOTBALL: FAW PREMIER CUP: Robins set for a Bangor backlash; City go in search of revenge in cup clash. 450
Football: Gerrard would welcome Anfield return. 423
Football: Getting to grips; Baker: I've shrugged off my early blips. 634
Football: Holders at home in cup draws. 321
Football: Inspired Harrison keeps Magpies out; Reserves a earn point as both keepers prove unbeatable Newcastle United Reserves. 0 Liverpool Reserves. . . . . . . . 0. 354
Football: Real offer support to under-pressure Owen. 519
Football: Redknapp rap over Cahill foul. 468
Football: Smith warns Arsenal: We're gunning for you. 653
Football: Supporters United against takeover. 86
Football: Vics chance to strengthen with new funds. 295
Football: WALES REACH CROSSOADS. 883
Football: WE'LL TAKE YOU BACK; Gerrard happy to see Owen return to Reds. 465
Football: Wigley allowed to stay as boss. 116
Football: Wigley granted stay of execution. 84
Former councillor dies at 89. 136
Fringe parties in threat to Tories; Up to 50 seats could be lost at next election. 386
Future voters test the rulers; Jones reports. 384
Golf: Archer still on Tour target. 155
Golf: ASK ANDY; Andy Stevenson (Mersey Valley GC professional) with his golfing tips. 199
Golf: Barclay banks victory. 107
Golf: Bergh wins day in thrilling finish to Woolton's first Open. 271
Golf: Camden is looking to different horizons. 817
Golf: Chester's cheer. 140
Golf: Clark success in PGA event. 90
Golf: COURSE TEST: Veteran is still real charmer; Richard Williamson visits a grand old stager. 1921
Golf: Delamere duo land crowning success. 150
Golf: Fleetwood has title knack. 705
Golf: JUNIOR GOLF: Kent weathers the storm with a knockout display; JUNIOR GOLF. 277
Golf: Promotion no vague ambition for Tranmere. 862
Happy Campers. 413
Honour for Gaelic poet. 158
Howard to plead for trust from the voters. 722
Hurricane hits oil production. 218
I feel sick with worry for my Luke; Mum's agony as tot goes to Alder Hey. 346
I've devoted my life to animals and now I've been driven out; `Harassment' forces founder to turn her back on rescue centre. 549
Injured pilot's call to catch attacker. 338
Inquiry into controversial plan. 265
Killed because she was too drunk to go to Benidorm. 628
Legal Week: Lawyers' staff step into unknown for charity. 108
Legal Week: New law boosts office investment; Leases to be replaced by commonhold. 393
Letter: Bin junk science. 205
Letter: Blinkered culture. 150
Letter: Evil Saddam. 132
Letter: Get out of Iraq. 193
Letter: Honest city. 137
Letter: Important tram project. 240
Letter: Manifestoes. 143
Letter: No majority for independence. 251
Letter: Pension facts. 120
Letter: Reputation. 89
Letter: Survey faith. 113
Letter: Theft problem. 151
Letter: Too much meat. 206
Letter: Yoko pictures. 120
LONDON MARKET. 283
Major windfall for Saga staff after pounds 1.35bn management buy-out. 425
Man faked fit to hitch lift home in ambulance. 242
Mark Lawrenson: Harrysbeen topofthe Kpflops. 604
Mark Lawrenson: Real life may not get any better for Owen. 228
Mark Lawrenson: Real life may not get better. 206
Mark Lawrenson: Redknapp had to go for tackle. 236
Mark Lawrenson: Redknapp's a friend of mine -- but he had to go for Cahill lunge. 240
Mark Lawrenson: Why Benitez's revolution will take 18 months. 656
Mum's sex ordeal as drunk burglar attacks her in bed. 461
No worrying for Max and Me-Me. 372
OBITUARY: Janet Leigh. 346
On location in city for latest Unison ad; Move to attract more members. 464
ON THIS DAY . . . 94
Organic House of Rhug wins national award. 164
Our Man In Westminster: Labour's Fab Four. 452
Paedophile gets life. 92
Perfect place for natterjacks. 202
PM's wife at launch of appeal. 107
Police release descriptions of chocolate raiders. 289
Post Soapbox: Away daze. 98
Post Soapbox: Disgusting. 91
Post Soapbox: Poor refereeing. 89
Post Soapbox: Roo the day! 82
Post Soapbox: Seeing red. 104
Primary schools shut to free up cash; Knowsley to improve service. 384
Psycho shower scene star dies at 77. 194
Psycho star Janet Leigh dies, aged 77. 192
Racing: Market to set the Trend. 417
RALLYING: Milner dismay. 89
Road improvements will help regeneration plans. 170
Rocket hits jackpot. 109
Rooney agent's terror at threats; Stretford's tears after alleged blackmail demand. 532
Rooney's agent wept with terror. 381
RUGBY LEAGUE: Widnes turned down by Peters. 84
RUGBY UNION: Thomas I owe Charvis so much; New Wales captain praises predecessor. 600
RUGBY UNION: Wilkinson achieves England dream job. 360
RUGBY UNION: Wilkinson fulfils his dream of captaincy. 654
RUGBY UNION: Wilkinson was destined to be England skipper. 203
Sandwich science on top form. 113
Search on for boy, 16. 81
Serial pervert jailed for life. 237
Sex attack file bought for 50p in car boot sale; OAP found 240-page document in pile of books. 371
Sex with patients not always wrong. 200
Sharp rise in credit card swindles. 178
Smart fabric for heat and cold. 286
SNOOKER: Williams fears form has gone. 207
SOCIAL DIARY; A week in the night life of the North West. 340
Soldier denies railway arch rape. 185
Stub it out drive spreads; Council's plea for national smoking ban. 395
Teachers' jobs threatened in funds revamp; College courses fears as ELWa takes charge. 959
The ace of clubs; Ian Jones visits a thriving after-school facility where fun and friends take centre stage. 243
The Debate: Is Jingle Bells the wrong melody for autumn? Kirsti Adair asks: Does Christmas start too early? 1513
The greats have the grace under pressure; Ian Jones talks to a man with a close-up view of the huge mental demands on snooker champions. 877
THOUGHT for the DAY. 162
TOM BODDEN: CAPITAL EYE. 441
Top honour for St John pair. 132
Tories in NHS blast at Labour. 198
Tories pledge greater choice on schools and hospitals. 275
Trevor Peake: Final-hole defeats cost girls. 195
Trevor Peake: Slideinthe money list for Houston. 451
Trevor Peake: Wales see win snatched away. 116
Tycoon yearns to bring greatness back to Everton; Man behind investment speaks out. 418
US millionaire Glazer makes move for United; Club receives preliminary approach. 343
Used-car star. 104
Villagers shocked by plan for flats; Five designs have been submitted to council. 509
Viva: Alternatively speaking. . . 186
Viva: Feel the power of fragrant flowers; Shereen Low looks at the beauty benefits of aromatherapy. 769
Viva: Good week, bad week . . . 221
Viva: My post-op misery gave me heart to help others; When Susan Reynolds found out she needed urgent heart surgery she didn't know how to cope. Now she's a changed woman with an irrepressible zest for life, as Rebecca Coombes finds out. 940
Viva: The Viva! girls love. . . Delicious-smelling face creams, natural gardening and stately homes. 228
Viva: What is she wearing? 113
Viva: Work out for winter; HOME EXERCISE If you don't want to leave the house Think of winter as being the base-building for summer, to create a really good lean body Matt Roberts. 849
Wait for jobs news. 111
We'll fight plans to close wards, vows union; 50 hospital beds under threat. 555
Welcoming the world to our city; The Princess of Wales's legacy is helping young refugees settle in Liverpool. Laura Davis reports. 1358
Widower takes up wife's cancer battle in High Court. 545
Windfarm could mean windfall. 389
Wolfendale awarded top police job. 180
Women care for us and in return we make them sick; A doctor, raised on Liverpool wit, has written a manual telling men how to keep their women in sound running order between routine overhauls. David Charters reports. 847
Wyfla can go on for six more years. 203
YOU KILLED YOUR WIFE. . . THEN WEN T ON HOLIDAY; OAP gets six years in jail for manslaughter. 552
Your Daily Post needs you . . . and here's your chance to deliver. 370
Your Poems: Growing Up. 286

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