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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (April 22, 2005)

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463 days; That's how long 'temporary' lights have been up. 430
7 days; The week's highlights. 544
A grim fairy tale for modern audiences. 570
A likely story; The Likely Lads attracted huge TV viewing figures in the 1960s. Whatever happened to them David Powell talks to Rodney Bewes. 571
Abandoned mail in field. 90
ADAM WALTON: Smile, it might never happen.. although it probably just has. 854
Airbus in deal with Chinese. 160
Almost half of N. Wales' children have rotten teeth; Health chiefs blame dental crisis. 476
Art: All about... ELKIE BROOKS. 129
Art: I'm happy now and that's what really matters; Brian McFadden on the perils of being a 'bad guy. 638
Art: Navel gazing; A sexy new bellydance craze is set to shake the world as Gareth Bicknell finds out. 507
Art: Regret and lost love fits the bill for Kerry. 426
Art: Summer reads for Richard and Judy. 363
ATHLETICS : Thiswillbemy farewellseason; Sheffield to host hero Holmes' final UK race. 372
ATHLETICS: League prizes up for grabs. 231
ATHLETICS: Olympian reveals plans to bow out in Sheffield. 327
Auditor called in over skyscraper land deal; Site of second Beetham Tower 'sold too cheaply' by Liverpool council. 161
Baby death ruling. 104
BBC resignation forces out Liverpool Culture director; 2008 company begins hunt for TV executive. 432
Binge-drinking young women risk their health. 276
Books: Paying the price of trusting strangers; THE FORGOTTEN ISLAND by Sasha Troyan, Bloomsbury, pounds 6.99. 192
Boxing clever to turn an empty space into an office. 209
BOXING: Williams defiant. 131
Builder confident. 99
Cable car in the balance. 213
CD review. 451
CELEBRITY WATCH: A knight in the Street. 204
CELEBRITY WATCH: Comic hit withdrink drive ban. 234
CELEBRITY WATCH: Jamelia reveals baby joy. 195
Chinese airlines Airbus orders worth pounds 1.7bn. 140
Classical. 497
Clubs could lose licenses. 155
CRICKET: Harmison hat-trick ensures victory. 98
Cricket: Irby hoping new boy Kann can deliver the goods. 129
CRICKET: Nealey is cautious over side's chances. 342
CRICKET: Switch on for Glam's lights; County hope to boost crowds. 453
Culture VULTURE. 322
Cyclist critical after mystery hit-and-run. 114
Dad importing weapons is spared prison. 349
Daily Post Comment: Class acts are better than ever. 358
Daily Post Comment: Trust is vital in fight for votes. 320
DAVID PRIOR: Paula leads charge in ministry of silly runs. 106
Decision on Playhouse and Everyman future next month. 179
Diabetes drug for cancer. 108
Disc jockey escapes prison term over attack on wife; But career at Radio City hangs in the balance. 557
Driving Seat: Benchmark Touring. 270
Driving Seat: Cool priced Racer. 616
Driving Seat: Monster MPV with looks. 296
Driving Seat: Motorcycling: Motorcycle inspiration from the Far East; Motorcycling with WILLIAM LEEC. 574
Driving Seat: plugs POINTS. 385
Driving Seat: Quality in focus; A matter of OPINION. 990
DVD view. 426
Eisteddfod archives open. 80
Fan Scene: Fight for the right; W R E X H A M. 324
Fan Scene: Neville acted like a complete idiot; M A N C H E S T E R U N I T E D. 259
Fan Scene: Now we need to beat Brum; E V E R T O N. 406
Fan Scene: Stevie and Xabi can guide us to Champs League; L I V E R P O O L. 399
Fans 'were mistreated in Turin. 203
Film: Beauty Shop (Cert 12a) Rating. 181
FILM: Cursed dog's dinner. 173
FILM: Latifah's putting on the style; Feisty hairdresser makes a comeback. 274
Film: Messing around makes this film; The Wedding Date (Cert 12a) Stars Debra Messing, Dermot Mulroney, Amy Adams, Holland Taylor, Peter Egan, Sarah Parish and Jeremy Sheffield; director Clare Kilner. 89 mins Rating THE BIG PICTURE. 548
Film: Now showing; Cursed (Cert 15) Rating. 201
Film: On release. 594
Football: 150 MEMORABLE WELSH SPORTING MOMENTS. 85
Football: A FUND-RAISING celebrity football match. 139
Football: Bellamy bans any transfer discussion. 343
Football: Charlton: Sir Alex has job for life at United; And Giggs says: 'We know we're better than Chelsea. 533
Football: DUNC DEAL; Ferguson set to win one-year extension. 232
Football: Freak Morgan injury spikes Smith's plans. 520
Football: GARY NEVILLE. 147
Football: Gerrard back in starting line-up. 658
Football: Giggs and Ferdinand close to new contracts. 512
Football: Last-gasp winner rescues England; England .............2 Scotland ............1. 350
Football: LDV windfall means hope for next season. 274
Football: Llanrhaeadr edge near second; SPAR MID WALES LGE. 146
Football: Moyes: This win's just for starters; Everton boss promises more glory nights at Goodison as side strive towards Euro places. 804
Football: Nolan for Diouf? No way says Big Sam. 260
Football: Roo wishes Blues best. 296
Football: Savage lacks tunnel vision. 135
Football: THE WELSH PREMIER: Deakin still keen to win support for summer football; Premier News. 403
Football: THE WELSH PREMIER: Who'll beat the drop. 153
Football: Victory breeds confidence says Powell. 279
Frank Field I prefer Maggie t o Tony, says Field. 249
French pay pounds 7bn for Allied; Merged company will rival Diageo. 404
Furries top the bill at Sesiwn. 284
Games: Dust down your biking leathers. 239
General Election 2005: CONSTITUENCY PROFILE: Gwynfor Evans, 1912-2005. 475
General Election 2005: Constituency Profile: St Helens South. 472
General Election 2005: CONSTITUENCY PROFILE: The 'greatest Welshman of 20th century. 372
General Election 2005: CONSTITUENCY PROFILE: The town that is a bastion for Labour. 441
General Election 2005: CONSTITUENCY PROFILE: WHAT YOU SAY...........THE STUDENT; I have no faith in justice. 320
General Election 2005: CONSTITUENCY PROFILE: WREXHAM; VOTE FOR ME; THE CANDIDATES. 253
General Election 2005: Education holding sway as polling nears; Few election issues carry as much weight as education. Sam Lister looks at which of the three main parties can expect an A-Plus from the electorate this year. 2071
General Election 2005: Finances in pounds 11bn black hole. 154
General Election 2005: Labour declares war on armed criminals. 366
General Election 2005: Morgan takes on Plaid heartland. 127
General Election 2005: Tories plan to increase stamp duty threshold to pounds 250,000. 318
General Election 2005: Tories reveal more tax cut plans; Parliamentary correspondent Mark Hookham rounds up the day's events. 222
General Election 2005: Tory asylum seeker letter to Wirral voters attacked. 505
gog SOUND; An otherwise obscure group with good logistical skills... could earn themselves a false chart placing. 376
GOLF: Classic hit by strong winds. 183
GOLF: Wind could force Classic to be cut. 101
Hauliers' fuel tax warning. 112
Heroin dealer begs for new start. 154
Hockey : COMMUNITY SPORT: shine after being given facelift; COMMUNITY SPORT. 679
Iraq abuse photos case dropped. 191
It's beyond my wildest dreams; ' Stunned' Medwyn Williams among university fellows. 300
Lamb that just won't lie down; Mike Chapple talks to the man who has recreated Peter Gabriel's legendary performances with Genesis. 1141
Legends head for the Faenol. 260
Letter: Blessed Pope. 80
Letter: Build tall. 111
Letter: Council to blame. 184
Letter: Free speech. 113
Letter: Help wanted. 190
Letter: Moral leadership. 142
Letter: People's PM. 185
Letter: Time to quit Europe. 215
Letter: Wind of change. 219
LONDON ARKET. 277
London Marathon's easy - so I took on the Sahara. 679
Lorraine Rogers: Preparing to honour season's best performers. 166
Lorraine Rogers: We're backing Calvin in campaign to cut red tape. 642
McKellen swaps Middle Earth for Weatherfield. 168
Mickey Thomas: Blues were superb; Big Dunc can earn himself new deal. 624
Mickey Thomas: Speaking circuit is keeping me busy. 267
MOTOR RACING: Button dreams of maiden first. 102
Music: Laconic Snoop set for a summer hit. 444
New row erupts over Merseytram. 515
Obituary: Steve Donnelly. 365
Organ scandal mother's fight to identify remains. 267
Passengers must go by bus as airport flights rocket; Many aircraft a long way from terminal. 385
PHIL EDMOND: Stating the obvious. 464
Police launch crackdown on yob disorder. 95
Pope Benedict keeps faith with John Paul's choices. 617
Profits turnaround at WH Smith. 226
Pub group stays upbeat despite sales slowdown. 183
Questions over city tower land deal; The Beetham's West Tower plan has been plagued by controversy from Day One Andy Kelly reports. 973
Racing: All set for the Royal retur. 321
Racing: All set for the Royal return. 321
Racing: Heart may give Sangster family chance of fitting Chester win. 709
Rail jobs for 200 sacked Rover workers. 215
Rare birds attract television crew. 130
Restaurant: EATING OUT: Dinner lady who opened Jamie's eyes reveals her own healthy meals for youngsters. 659
Restaurant: noodle The noodle comes in from the cold; Glyn Mon Hughes is impressed by the warm welcome and fine food at Fuku. 1039
Restaurant: TIPS. 339
RUGBY UNION: Cooper to turn down Gloucester approach. 219
Science 'proves Jenkins is guilty; Billie-Jo flesh traces found on his clothes, jury told. 393
Sharon plans to lobby against missile sales. 143
Shipyards to bid for two Navy contracts. 362
Shoppers snub household goods. 88
Shot businessman's fiancAe tells of burglary ordeal. 269
Slogans highlight violence. 165
Smoking ban hits teachers. 438
SNOOKER: Lee sets up a revenge mission with Ebdon. 202
So you want to ... go for a family walk. 233
Stabbing victim fights for life. 326
SUMMER OF STARS; Bocelli for Faenol Furries for Dolgellau. 127
Tag was taken off terror suspect; Monitor removed by hospital. 329
Tennis: Doubles star McNamara returns to Liverpool. 295
Texts and emails lower IQ. 127
The stars are headed our way. 673
Theatre review. 427
THOUGHT for the DAY. 183
Tribute to marathon man. 103
VALERIE HILL: BBC. 169
VALERIE HILL: Cherie Blair. 100
VALERIE HILL: Douglas Adams. 104
VALERIE HILL: Nude or not, I'll happily sit for a year. 153
VALERIE HILL: You can't be too young to be grumpy. 588
Violent crimes soar by 9. 225
Warning over Mexican dinner kits. 96
We'll play hearts out in Stephen's memory; Royal Welch team to play Barbarians. 362
Welsh-only rule 'could end Eisteddfod. 275
Yob culture is hitting business. 372
You leave this court as you came in ... a man of impeccable character; Teacher not guilty of 'peeping tom' charges. 406
Young mother stabbed in front of her toddler son; Attacker strikes after demand for money. 639
Your Letter: Assembly needs more powers. 131
Your Letter: Break traditions. 181
Your Letter: Change tactics. 124
Your Letter: Food for thought. 150
Your Letter: Labour failures. 170
Your Letter: Praise Wales' assets to world. 180
Your Shout: Gerrard is on his way out. 109
Your Shout: GOOD result, but with Blues winning. 89
Your Shout: What was the ref playing at. 125

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