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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (April 21, 2005)

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' Tell it all' Gascoigne joins literary elite. 245
1,000 evacuated from uni after explosive gas scare. 628
15 arrested after Everton match. 181
A reporter's duty; BOB IRVINE TRUST THE POST: Get a life and leave people alone. 453
Adam does a Billy Elliott to win dance place. 260
Airbus confident of new jet orders. 393
Airbus hopes for 50 orders. 143
Alder Hey to offer degree courses. 215
Aled v Bryn for British title. 157
All about... ABERSOCH BEACH. 103
Anne: Goodbye; Weakest Link star will spend more time in US. 195
APPOINTMENTS : Years of experience all end in October; My First Step To Success Michelle Rushton meets EUAN BLAKE, business development manager, October Communications. 368
Armed police arrest motorist in assault probe. 201
Arts body fails to back new writers. 437
ARTS DIARY: Live opera and ballet shows in the heart of Liverpool. 364
ARTS DIARY: Mersey pair win culture awards. 196
ARTS DIARY: Show where horses deserve star billing; A pounds 2m production will make its Liverpool debut Philip Key reports. 378
ATHLETICS : Holmes focused on being the best; Helsinki hint from Dame Kelly at award ceremony. 514
ATHLETICS: Jason turns in a marathon effort round streets of London to lead challenge. 335
ATHLETICS: Proud Peacock ruffles rivals; Sandgrounders light up Blackpool. 458
ATHLETICS: Rogge insists on fair competition. 84
Barclay twins continued Liverpool chain's tradition of giving to charity. 324
Beach players swam just to get their hands on a football. 270
BEAUTY: Liverpool v Chelsea: a draw; Laura Davis checks out who's the top scorer for shopping and fashion. 679
BEAUTY: Ultimate energy; Laura Davis finds you can have gain without the pain. 699
BEAUTY: You can look 10 years younger. 641
Big bill for Assembly. 100
Buoyant Arriva salutes profitable start to year. 118
Career Gap. 86
Charlotte Church stressed by fame. 90
Chemists rapped over old pills sale. 233
Chewing gum tax urged t o clean up city centre streets. 390
Children saved all their money to beg me for help. 583
Contract creates 300 jobs; Subsidiary signs deal with Powergen. 322
CRICKET : Hants hit Sussex in style with the ball. 140
Cyclists gear up for marathon challenge; Country DIARY. 350
DAVID COTTRELL: If you'll just bobblehead think we're in agreeance. 495
Doctor backs pathologist's verdict in babies' murder case. 310
Drowned schoolboy was killed unlawfully. 311
Effective pain relief; Eloise Fysh on a proven treatment for many common aches and pains. 517
FASHION: Feel like a star; Laura Davis finds a designer whose styles recreate the golden era of Hollywood. 337
FASHION: Wannabe. 88
Father under stress as he killed Billie-Jo, court told. 508
FOOTBALL: Back to the future as Euro dream lives on; Everton 1 Man United 0. 1330
FOOTBALL: Bangor edge through; N. WALES COAST CUP. 106
FOOTBALL: Big Dunc uses his head to ruin Rooney's night; EVERTON 1 Ferguson 55 MANCHESTER UNITED 0 Two off for United as Blues move closer to Europe. 1204
FOOTBALL: Chelsea win first battle in Mutu row. 215
FOOTBALL: Chester won't be rushed on manager. 247
FOOTBALL: DUNCAN DELIGHT; Everton 1 Manchester United 0 Ferguson heads winner for super Blues. 208
FOOTBALL: Durham and Hampshire maintain decent form. 241
FOOTBALL: Friendship flung aside as Auld Enemy go face to face; ENGLAND LADIES v SCOTLAND LADIES 7.45pm at Prenton Park. 672
FOOTBALL: Gunners deny Jose's men title for now; Chelsea 0 Arsenal 0. 284
FOOTBALL: I want to stay at Bolton Diouf. 305
FOOTBALL: Job done but hard work still lies ahead; Portsmouth 1 Liverpool 2. 1094
FOOTBALL: Leaving Gerrard out aids Liverpool cause; Portsmouth........ 1 Liverpool .......... 2. 785
FOOTBALL: Liverpool man eager to stay at Bolton. 344
FOOTBALL: Llewellyn We must pile on the pressure; striker aims for final push to avoid drop. 608
FOOTBALL: LMA want common sense on Coleman. 84
FOOTBALL: Moyes hails best display of season; Everton .................. 1 Manchester United ......... 0 Match-winner Ferguson rolls back years to strengthen grip on fourth. 606
FOOTBALL: Pedersen adds to Palace's problems. 205
FOOTBALL: Penrhyn edge near survival; Bala Town 1 Penrhyncoch 1 CYMRU ALLIANCE. 194
FOOTBALL: Psycho presses claim for City job; Manchester City 3 Birmingham City 0. 277
FOOTBALL: Rogers double seals victory; Welshpool Town 3 Carmarthen 0 WELSH PREMIER. 139
FOOTBALL: Spanish double for Reds at Pompey; Portsmouth 1 Liverpool 2. 199
FOOTBALL: Spanish magic sinks Pompey; PORTSMOUTH 1 Kamara 34 LIVERPOOL 2 Morientes 4, Luis Garcia 45 Morientes and Luis Garcia strike to down Portsmouth but Blues still in driving seat. 1017
FOOTBALL: Uefa prepares a clampdown. 81
FOOTBALL: Wales on the slide. 149
FOOTBALL: Woodgate's out until next season. 91
For love ... and money; Lisa Haynes says cash now tops the wedding pressie list ... while David Powell considers those left to foot the bill. 600
Forget top-up fees here says Plaid. 169
FORMULA ONE: Schumacher still defiant. 130
Freemasons Assembly backs down; Legal fears over declaration rule. 344
GENERAL ELECTION 2005 : Blair face to face with angry student. 658
GENERAL ELECTION 2005 : Constituency Profile: St Helens North. 429
GENERAL ELECTION 2005 : Hard to imagine any significant change. 387
GENERAL ELECTION 2005 : Lib-Dems promise to scrap the council tax. 378
GENERAL ELECTION 2005 : Robert Merrick's election diary. 357
GENERAL ELECTION 2005: CONSTITUENCY PROFILE: CONWY - Has anyone got the beating of Betty. 278
GENERAL ELECTION 2005: Stop short-changing us teachers; WHAT YOU SAY .............................THE TEACHER. 388
Get patriotic with 23 top St George's Day ideas; Laura Davis digs out some of the best ways to show how proud you are to be English. 823
GOLF: Els defends schedule ahead of Beijing. 230
GOLF: Els quick to defend his jet-set lifestyle. 560
Hospital watch on widow after second suicide bid; Flight prompted huge Interpol hunt. 562
How Littlewoods lost the jackpot; As trade unionists arrive in Liverpool today for crisis talks Sophie Freeman examines what the Littlewoods brand has meant to the city over the years. 1317
i want one. 101
Interiors : OBJECTS. 271
Interiors : Sweet dreams are made like this; When you go t bed, do you rest easy? If the bedroom gives you nightmares, Justin and Colin have a few handy hints. 950
Interiors : Testing: Time to keep on running. 396
Interiors : Tricks of the trade. 511
Italian premier quits. 141
Jackson to call on Culkin. 86
Jaguar's Halewood production slashed; Workers face a three-day week as sales slump hits luxury car maker. 744
Jobs POST : How to be a butcher. 468
Jobs POST : Ieuan Edwards - BUTCHER. 124
Jobs POST : Join our winning team; Career Opportunities. 367
Judge warns cops in speeding case. 122
Jury hears of contract on businessman's life. 194
KATE ROBERTS: It is possible ot make politics interesting. 572
Lambrini maker may brew up with Chang; Distribution deal with Everton sponsor. 381
Last-minute escape. 300
LETTER: Enterprise, not grants. 266
LETTER: Homes waste. 173
LETTER: Save our school. 193
LETTER: Spoilsports. 119
LETTER: Staggering. 101
LETTER: Stupidity. 171
LETTER: Trams not needed. 148
LETTER: Valued Bible. 169
lifestyle advice. 270
Losses by Jaguar and Land Rover contribute to $55m pre-tax loss at Ford. 233
Man dies after eating bag of white powde; Investigation after car was stopped by police. 292
MARKETS/PURSUITS : Welsh-bred ponies have got it... s o we should flaunt it; Horse WHISPERS. 615
Merseytram will be our lasting tribute; Shock death of Merseytravel executive Deepest sympathy goes to George's family. 504
Misery as rail signals fail. 204
More than 50 bodies pulled from Tigris. 80
MOTOR RACING: Champion targets win. 159
MY KIND OF TOWN It has to be CONWY; The places we live in and love... Daily Post Features Editor Jill Tunstall starts our new series by looking at her own home town. 576
Nice bit of kit. 91
OBITUARY: Paul Henning. 347
OLYMPICS : Olympic chief Rogge warns 2012 hopefuls. 177
on the grapevine. 113
Only 17 new jobs if marina extended. 353
Organic meat on the menu. 155
Out and ABOUT : Farmers fear 4x4 invasion. 142
Out and ABOUT : Newts homed. 109
People DETECTIVE: Hunt for Falklands singer Mickey. 243
PLAID IN POLL SHOCK; Lead opens in key marginal. 528
Please pay for our dream honeymoon; Lisa Haynes says cash now tops the wedding pressie list ... while David Powell considers those left to foot the bill. 469
Police told get rid of this; New move in mast row. 232
Popcorn over a burnt roast. 528
Pope Benedict pledges to work for Christian unity. 422
Prescott clashes with reporter over Welsh politician. 194
Prisoner gets extra time for thefts. 165
Private sector to fill grants gap. 160
Prospects bright for Jaguar plant. 338
RACING: Mercer eyes up Punchestown. 91
RACING: Pipe to take pride of place. 322
Retired man walks 25 miles a day for charity. 211
Revealed: Fab Four's humble backstage demands. 224
Rich English will flood Snowdonia. 337
Right then, you 'orrible little men. 373
Robinson selling mansion. 141
Rooney to sue over attack article. 262
Royal honour for Toyota as sales continue to accelerate. 199
RUGBY UNION: Taylor eager to erase nightmare. 101
Safety lapse on final job. 214
Sail world and see Anglesey by taxi. 496
Screen date for young directors. 187
Second Queen's Enterprise Award for tubing company. 335
Silence of missile accused. 137
Snooker: Cheer up Mark... You've just hit a 14; (and won pounds 147,000 in the process. 590
SNOOKER: Williams fires 147 break. 167
Stars shine for Galaxy premiere. 164
Step FORWARD. 435
Suppliers asked to sell parts for Chinese-built Rover. 359
Teenager stole his dad's car. 230
Terrorist could have nuclear attack plan; Secret reports warn of al-Qaida 'dirty bomb. 254
The day Billie-Jo, 13, was 'beaten ' to death; Foster father denies murder. 652
The forgotten tragedy of Liverpool shipping; Britain's worst maritime disaster was the loss of Liverpool's Lancastria Peter Elson reports on the first book t o fully cover the tragedy. 765
THOUGHT for the DAY. 191
Top cop call for teens to do national service. 298
Tories will ditch council tax rises; Parliamentary correspondent Mark Hookham rounds up the day's events on the election trail. 335
Toyota top British exporter. 144
Train passengers face disruption at Bank Holiday. 168
TREVOR PEAKE: Brewerton boost; Abergele ace keeps to winning ways off Tour. 364
TREVOR PEAKE: Evans in new-look N. Wales; FOUR COUNTIES TEAM. 241
Trials dogged by rain; The weather proved no match for diehard handlers at Bodfari Sheepdog Trials, one of the more quirky challenges on the trialing circuit. Ceri Rundle reports. 841
Try a touch of well-being inside and out. 202
Unlucky Claire gets big break; Post helps ill-fated karaoke queen make studio debut. 418
Upland farmers hit by cash bombshell; Anger as 13% cut in conservation payments is announced. 650
Victory for campaign to fly patriotic flag. 334
VIEWPOINT: Free speech veto. 155
VIEWPOINT: Give power back to grassroots. 138
VIEWPOINT: Great little asset on the Orme. 250
VIEWPOINT: Inflation busting. 89
VIEWPOINT: Revisit history. 137
VIEWPOINT: Wake up Wales. 188
Wales of the UNEXPECTED - A ghostly bedtime recalled. 506
Walls withstand test of time; Rise of the machines is threatening Wales's countryside, writes Anglesey smallholder Geraint Evans. 298
We mustn't let our heritage crumble; Craftsman fears traditional skills are dying out. 601
Win a signed Wales Grand Slam 2005 DVD. 230
WIN A TRIP FOR TWO TO NEW YORK CITY Plus pounds 500 to spend courtesy of the. 441
You beauty. 87
You can teach old dogs new tricks; Agile hounds are signing up for dance classes. 265
You've picked the wrong man; Bishop says Pope won't appeal to world catholics. 272
Your LETTERS : Fox controls. 99
Your LETTERS : Fuel price rise. 105
Your LETTERS : Show stand at Paris a joke. 99

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