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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (August 27, 2005)

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' Gizza job' actor gets the girl in new role as Home Secretary. 238
17 killed in Paris inferno; Immigrants trapped in apartments blaze. 460
A grand way to live; Discover what it's like to live in some of Wales' greatest homes. 752
Academic study casts fresh doubts over alternative medicines. 151
ACADEMY FOOTBALL: Cup holders will pose tough test. 378
ACADEMY FOOTBALL: Dewsnip braced for new tack. 365
Advertising giant ahead of the market. 162
Alice Douglas: Night blight; How loneliness leaves me sleepless through the small hours. 947
Armed gang in petrol station cash snatch. 170
Army on the march with gay pride. 187
ATHLETICS: Tim's top time. 135
Better to stay at home. 180
Beyond the call of duty; Mersey paramedic nominated for top lifesaving award. 596
Bird flu gull suspect found in Finland. 80
Brother jailed for family stabbing. 331
Canadian kids in annual visit. 203
Child porn addict spent 14 hours a day on net. 167
City living helps turn the tide for Mersey population. 694
Clean-up call as lethal hospital bug cases soar; NHS urged to improve hygiene on wards. 488
Contract winner on waste. 316
country matters. 586
Cricket: Australians bereft as England shine; Flintoff century and Hoggard's brilliance raise hopes of victory. 819
Cricket: FOURTH ASHES TEST: Ace Freddie is our lord of the bashes; Flintoff destroys Aussies. 588
Cricket: FOURTH ASHES TEST: ASHES FLASHES. 129
Cricket: Gilchrist admits tourists face 'ultimate challenge. 310
Cricket: Horton is stepping up a grade; Sefton Park batsman makes surprise bow in Test arena. 650
Cricket: Paradise for batsmen on Blackpool pitch. 314
CRICKET: ROUND-UP Glamorgan take control. 126
Cricket: Struggling Hall battling to find an escape route. 316
Cricket: This is ultimate challenge, claims Gilchrist. 358
Cricket: Trinity win back points to bolster title ambitions. 361
Darkest day; Alun Prichard on the emotional concert being held to mark Hiroshima 60 years on. 495
Dock worker hit by crane at Twelve Quays. 88
Dorinda Mc Cann: It is a lot harder to take the village out of the girl than it is to take the girl out of the village. 717
Edrych ymlaen at Raloo'n yr almaen. 260
Ein dyn yn Ewrop. 841
Ex-BBC chief warns of TV 'humiliation. 296
Fashion: All change. 515
Film contest. 85
Financial crisis may result in job losses and department closures. 142
Flood of tributes for champion of Ulster democracy. 355
Flying start for Faenol Festival; Massive support as stars launch event. 360
Food & Drink: At the bar. 272
Food & Drink: Luscious lemon; Recipe brings back many childhood memories. 334
Food & Drink: Peaches hit the high notes. 448
Food & Drink: Sheila & Sean: Delectable flowers add a whole new dimension Hannah. 732
Food & Drink: take five . . sparkling water. 151
Food & Drink: Taste test: Food to shout about ... if only you could. 769
Football: Blues wait on van der Meyde medical. 511
Football: Chelsea blast. 88
Football: Coleman banks on Carlos' US bid. 227
Football: Coleman drafts more experience into his defence. 297
Football: Continental concern for Moyes; Jaded stars may succumb to the European strain. 1219
FOOTBALL: Curle tells players to learn lessons from Wolves game. 421
Football: CYMRU ALLIANCE Bodedern's instant recalls after defeat. 185
Football: CYMRU ALLIANCE: Round-up Duo missing as Glantraeth bid to extend run. 506
Football: Davies banned as Port face champs; New boys in line for opening day clash. 635
Football: Defiant Djibril comes up trumps; CSKA Moscow 1 Liverpool 3. 1313
Football: Everton wait on van der Meyde medical. 533
Football: FA CUP PRELIM: Bay are without injured Wright. 239
Football: Ful-steam ahead for Everton; Manager Moyes admits he fears a Champions League hangover after ref rumpus. 1258
Football: Gartside clears Liverpool over Stelios interest. 230
Football: Glen's ready. 81
Football: Hay's to play; Bangor snap up ex-Rover. 453
Football: Linwood moves to Wrexham. 92
Football: Liverpool threat will not avert Mourinho's focus; TOTTENHAM v CHELSEA 3pm. 557
Football: Loan arrival Bruce settles in to Prenton way of life. 294
Football: Luque turns attention toward United. 287
Football: Matchwinner Cisse's future still in balance; Benitez coy after Liverpool Super Cup joy CSKA Moscow ............1 Liverpool ................3. 415
Football: More FA woes for Blackburn. 134
Football: Newcastle sign Luque, but clock ticking on Owen; N'CASTLE v MAN UTD Sun 4pm. 320
Football: Nice and Cisse does it for Reds; French ace Djibril climbs off the bench t inspire Reds to another famous comeback. 1279
FOOTBALL: Northwich go unchanged. 168
Football: Owen set for talks over move to Anfield. 326
Football: Pardew claims to be a fan of Bolton's style; W HAM v BOLTON 3pm. 333
Football: Parry 'in clear' over Stelios link. 253
Football: Perrin demands a victory at City; MAN CITY v POMPEY 3pm. 85
FOOTBALL: Port determined to keep suitors for Fearns at bay. 496
Football: Roberts determined t o close the door on Hall; Reunion poses threat to Rovers' revival bid. 955
Football: Roberts to face old pal; CH'FIELD v TRANMERE LEAGUE ONE, 3PM. 135
Football: Rovers star comes to Dragons rescue. 809
Football: Shooting dampens Bolton's elation. 421
FOOTBALL: Skem seek FA Cup run. 162
Football: SUPERSUB; Cisse magic wins Cup for Reds; UEFA SUPER CUP Liverpool 3 CSKA Moscow 1 (aet; 1-1 at 90 mins. 369
Football: TALKING TACTICS ON THE GAMES: Fulham may be dangerous to an unwary Everton. 607
Football: Toon darn hot; Fergie raps Newcastle fans over chop Souey talk. 799
Football: Town aim to bounce back from mauling. 269
Football: VIEW FROM THE STANDS: FANS FORUM: Blowing whistle on lost chance. 396
Football: VIEW FROM THE STANDS: FANS FORUM: Show of ambition will pay dividends. 352
Football: Viking blast. 224
Football: We'll take heart from Wolves cup exit - Curle; CHESTER v DARLINGTON LEAGUE TWO, 3PM. 252
Football: WELSH PREMIER Connah's confident. 161
Football: Wingmakers boss encourages flying start. 219
Football: Wyness counting cost of Euro woe. 381
Football: Wyness counting cost of Euro woe. 369
Four-star boost for Wrexham. 215
Gardening: Bring home the Med. 314
Gardening: diary dates. 128
Gardening: gardening diary. 189
Gardening: Holiday at home. 555
Gardening: plant of the week . . . gladiolus. 247
Gardening: Week in erddig. 361
Gran admits hiding three babies' remains. 227
Green fingers pay off for youngsters' healthy diet. 215
Growth shows genuine depth of city revival. 331
Homes: Eco warrior; Abigail Hughes finds a house that really fights the environment's corner. 307
Hospital plan faces four-year hold-up; Road wrangle puts deadline at risk. 550
Independent inquiry into police Tube shooting leak; Action may be taken. 583
Inn guide: Pen-y-Gwryd Hotel. 198
Interiors: Childs play. 429
Interview: I never watch repeats of Fawlty Towers; Graham Kibble-White meets the man responsible for one of the finest sitcom characters ever created Mike. 1106
Iraq may have to go to voters. 180
It does not cost much to behave. 169
It's Basil's birthday; Basil is back - but what would he be doing now? Graham Kibble-White asks John Cleese as the classic sitcom returns. 532
It's child's play; Gabrielle Fagan has ideas for decorating the little ones' bedrooms. 723
Jail term less likely in Wales. 215
Jobs go as firm folds. 126
Killer bug cases up in English hospitals; Demands for wards to be kept cleaner. 337
LIVERPOOL COMP ' It's just another day at the Bay. 405
Living in opulent luxury; Sue Kelbrick on a unique Cheshire home. 273
LONDON MARKET. 271
Man paid for axe after attack. 243
MATHEW STREET FESTIVAL: Beatles artefacts under the hammer. 90
MATHEW STREET FESTIVAL: City filled with music. 105
MATHEW STREET FESTIVAL: Last laugh for veteran jokers; The Rutles have played their farewell gig, appropriately as part of Liverpool's Beatle Week Jessica Shaughnessy meets frontman Neil Innes. 1006
MATHEW STREET FESTIVAL: Lennon speaks after 30 years. 216
MATHEW STREET FESTIVAL: Memorial plea for banknote. 191
MATHEW STREET FESTIVAL: Studio that first recorded Lennon and McCartney together for less than pounds 1 earns its place in history with a blue plaque. 309
Men held near summit venue; Trio quizzed under terror laws after swoop few miles from spot where Jack Straw will hold talks. 515
MERSEY COMP Leaders Prestatyn banking on pace from Paulse. 242
Mobile phone ICE that can ease the pain of an accident. 173
Mumps outbreak Eisteddfod fear; Young people urged to check MMR jab. 399
Murder bid charge remand. 99
Murder hunt stepped up. 147
Neighbours unable to save mother-of-three from fire. 478
New homes: Heritage Park, Warrington From pounds 169,950. 245
New homes: Hunts Cross Village, Hunts Cross. 288
New Jaguar 'beauty' poised to make its bow in the UK next year. 249
NORTH WALES LEAGUE: Let's drive home t title, says Burkhill; Mold skipper's message. 514
NORTH WALES SUFFERS SECOND SEA TRAGEDY: Another family left in torment; Boy's body found near where he disappeared. 1188
NORTH WALES SUFFERS SECOND SEA TRAGEDY: Watch your children as they bathe. 263
Notice BOARD. 187
Notice BOARD. 294
Output revised upwards. 141
Overheard. 478
Partner of 'neighbour from hell' found dead; Woman, 42, discovered in her home by friend. 388
People: Ready for takeoff. 967
Police hail Rory reconstruction response. 231
Pools of blood found on takeaway kitchen floor. 198
Pubs: Mike Chapple at the bar. 657
Punters backing us for World Cup win; Bookies expecting over pounds 1m in bets on tie. 400
QUESTION TIME: 10 to test your TV knowledge. 233
Racing: Song to march to victory. 311
Rambles and scrambles: horseshoe pass circuit. 459
READERS' COMPETITION: Win a Luxury Health Spa Break; Let off some steam and soak up some indulgence with NESCAFa. 185
Real homes: City's bite of the Big Appl; Jane Gallagher meets the property developer who was so impressed with his latest project that he moved in. 733
Rescuers find body of boy lost in waves. 159
Richie justice fight heads for Whitehall; MP takes campaign to lord chancellor's office. 397
Road death arrest. 110
RUGBY UNION: No axe for N. Wales clubs - WRU. 373
Save TV cricket call. 96
Six of the best. 903
Snooker hopefuls can take on stars. 145
SOAPBOX (Week beginning Monday, August 29. 266
Special flavours from Wales go on show at fair. 164
SURE BET: Premier teams have odds in their favour. 138
SURE BET: Spurs won't win the title but they can beat Chelsea. 410
SURE BET: TENNIS. 126
Suspects held over racist attack. 176
TENNIS: Rusedski targets Henman ranking. 92
Tesco claims the 'cheapest supermarket' title. 182
The essentials: 10 questions. 159
The essentials: hot. 97
The essentials: Stress. 125
The essentials: Third of UK couples argue about housework at least once a month. 139
THE SPORTS HERITAGE COLLECTION PART SIX. 759
THOUGHT for the WEEK. 140
Top school under fire after GCSE exam publicity stunt; Josh hailed as model pupil but rejected for sixth form. 537
Tower block revived with pounds 3.6m facelift; Architects bring new life to 1960s high-rise housing development. 359
Traffic chaos as frozen food lorry crashes. 159
Travel: Beauty of a divided city; Sophie Freeman travels east for a weekend break in Budapest. 864
Travel: late breaks. 268
Travel: late deals. 276
Travel: On a high in Turkey; Ed Carty runs off a cliff way above the Turquoise Coast and finds the whole experience strangely relaxing. 1073
Travel: would you take the kids. 91
Trawsnewid tir gwyllt yn ardd i'w chofio. 362
Twins set to be groomed for Navy life. 105
Two die as cars crash head-on. 189
UK homes 'in need of pounds 48bn repairs. 311
Undercover activists accuse game farm of cruelty to birds. 306
Union accused of lawbreaking; Second strike in four weeks over sacking dispute. 503
Victims count cost of floods. 151
Wade Smith rescue clinched; Founder buys back his city designer store from receiver. 525
We'll strike before we teach that yob; Disruptive student fails in bid to lift school ban. 458
When steel was king. 306
Where are the Welsh teachers. 291
Why do our teens shun Welsh GCSE; Officials pledge to look at fall in pupils. 320
wild wales Rabbits onthe rampage; Castles, forts, border defences... they're all under threat from our furry friends. 407
Women take tough line on share-outs after marriage split. 328
Yob punched baby in pram; E-fit of brute issued as hunt goes on. 272
YOU SAID IT: Quotes of the week. 157

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