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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (August 9, 2005)

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'We must stop the dredging' Campaigner's call that 'could put thousands of Airbus jobs at risk. 363
2,000 council staff in protest walkout. 416
30 victims. 116
A thick, sewage smell that comes into your home and sticks to you; Residents disgusted by the stench enveloping their neighbourhood. 391
Anglesey Show figures predict diamod crowd. 224
Architectural Plants blooming for Ian. 140
Arts Diary: Funeral urn centre of attention. 186
Arts Diary: Postman Pat is still delivering in style; Philip Key joins the toddlers to look at the latest story from a TV favourite. 386
Arts Diary: Return of old favourites lined up for new season at the Phil. 327
ATHLETICS : Benjamin: I know I can win if I put my mind to it. 331
ATHLETICS : Excuses reflect badly on Britain's track star, East. 493
Athletics: Laura hammers home a Euro victory. 226
Athletics: Williams clinches Off-Road series win. 230
Banned cartoon on DVD. 149
Bars facing closure as 33% miss new licence deadline. 499
Benitez backs Shields. 191
Blitz book launch. 91
Boy hurt in boat accident. 113
Bread makers go soft on fussy eaters with a crustless loaf. 148
Bride and joy. 263
Call for referendum on wind turbines. 229
Campaign to highlight plight of pet rabbits. 191
Car bomb factory found. 126
Centrica buys into North Sea gas fields. 342
Charity constantly trying to improve. 270
Concentrate on today, says Plaid's leade; The party needs new agenda. 245
Corrie star attacked by his own dog. 225
Courtroom ring of steel as attack suspects appear. 386
CRICKET : Flintshire celebrate N Wales title win. 269
CRICKET : Jones gets back at Aussie critics; Winning catch is sweet for under-fire keeper. 424
CRICKET : Star Lee has tests for knee infection. 295
Cricket: Battle of England's finest all-rounders. 309
Cricket: I am history - but Flintoff is the future, says Botham; THE ASHES ENGLAND v AUSTRALIA, THIRD TEST, OLD TRAFFORD. 802
Cricket: Jones revels in his match-winning catch. 501
Cricket: Sutton ease into Trophy final. 178
D-day for couple facing deportation heartbreak. 602
Da Vinci would not have been able to do her justice; Boy's tribute to beautiful girlfriend. 497
DAILY POST COMMENT: Power game as the PM takes break. 410
DAILY POST COMMENT: Rethink needed on future care. 304
David BANKS: 25 reasons to love Liverpool. 845
David BANKS: Parent's plea in bus fare battle. 337
DAVID C HARTERS: We had lost our innocence long before that. 846
Deadly keyring seized by police. 230
Death crash bus owners fined. 235
Doctor pelted with rocks in bombings race attack. 300
Dramatic rise of mumps in North Wales; Number of cases goes up 16 times. 343
Drivers hit as oil prices reach record high. 216
Drunk 'flashed' at three children. 232
Festival to be held annually. 83
Firm goes soft for children. 131
Firm ready to pay out. 132
Football: Bay finish friendlies. 100
Football: Cahill: So happy to be a Blue. 224
Football: Fans welcome Crespo return. 135
Football: Fergie calls for calm at game; FOCUS ON OLD TRAFFORD TROUBLES Anti-Glazer protest is planned for tonight's tie. 779
Football: Fergie: Get behind Rio. 142
Football: He'll Weng it. 94
Football: Hodgson: I always enjoyed every day; SPOTLIGHT ON RHYL'S EURO OPPOSITION Passion for the game keeps Roy at the top. 887
Football: Injured Dudek out for three months. 359
Football: Manuel Pellegrini. 149
Football: Moyes cannot wait to start; Champions League qualifying Everton v Villarreal Goodison, tonight, 8.05pm Excitement ahead of Champions League game makes boss feel like kid at Christmas. 1007
Football: Northern clubs to fight pyramid reshuffle. 406
Football: Roche: Fitness is key to scoring; Coca-Cola League Two Notts County v Wrexham Meadow Lane, tonight, 7.45pm Lee has athleticism to punish teams late. 689
Football: Van still the man for Alex despite Owen rumours. 601
Game on again; Ian Jones reports on the inspiring response to a saddening theft. 440
Give yourself a Sumo lift; A new self-help book does not allow its readers to justify their failures. Laura Davis meets three people who followed the guide. 1337
Golf: Edwards is denied again at Blackpool; Clays man runner-up. 484
Golf: Welsh boys edged out by England. 282
Has Coronation Street's wedding from Hell gone ahead. 152
Have you got nothing better to do? Get a life; Drink-driver's rant at police officers. 432
High Street sales still down. 225
Holiday crackdown on off-road vehicles. 190
Homecoming tourists risk accidents. 87
Hospital cleaning row. 191
Housing growth pays dividends for builder. 366
How neglect of clients was revealed. 162
I'm in charge - Prescott. 144
Inflation fear as factory prices leap. 249
Iran move could prompt UN sanctions. 259
Islamic radical who backed bombers flees to Beirut. 775
Jaguar joy for Michael's birthday. 152
Lake walk no cakewalk. 567
Le Bon yacht passes crucial point. 145
Leaders show united front in face of attacks. 101
LEGAL WEEK : Murdered pair seen joking with man. 212
LEGAL WEEK : Partners' buy-out: same place, same people - only the name has changed. 304
LEGAL WEEK : Slump shuts down solicitors' offices. 451
LEGAL WEEK : Sunglasses warning. 85
Letter: EU opinion. 225
Letter: Fatal step. 136
Letter: More ink. 92
Letter: Parking disgrace. 145
Letter: Prices pegged. 87
Letter: Revaluation. 97
Letter: The only MP of character. 169
Letter: Tourist trail. 160
Letter: Trams mess. 105
Letter: Wars go on. 152
Liverpool No 1 on the web hit parade. 431
LOCAL CRICKET : Birkenhead victory takes them to the summit. 275
Lottery winner feels 'simply the best. 257
M&S most likely to benefit from Littlewoods closure. 419
Man, 20, arrested in hunt for mother-of-three's killer. 287
Marconi shares soar over sale talks. 197
Mark Lawrenson: Chelsea repeat is on the cards. 210
Mark Lawrenson: My Sofia shame... I never touched him. 269
Mark Lawrenson: Neville can be gold for Blues' balance; Unlikely recruit is tip to be a star buy. 531
Missing boy, 3 found ... on his own doorstep. 494
MOTOR RACING: Fry claims BAR can be winners. 82
Murder remand. 92
Musical focuses on Lennon songs. 91
New bugle sounds Last Post for tradition. 308
No freeze on parking fees. 431
Nuclear row. 84
NWDA investing over pounds 50m in science park. 394
OBITUARY: Edward Bunker. 354
Our man in Westminster: Time to get tough. 450
Park where you want; Much of N. Wales left without traffic wardens. 484
Police release e-fit of flasher. 139
Politicians welcome report in bid to get better service. 189
Port of Liverpool police to get body armour after wrangle. 159
pounds 1.2m grant to help keep community safe. 222
pounds 1m grant to help spruce up historic market town. 518
Prescott in the No 10 hot seat. 180
Probe reveals scale of neglect by care firm; Local Solutions told to improve services after putting vulnerable people at risk. 197
Racing: Villarrica ready for success. 301
Region's young hit hard by mumps. 180
Roads sealed off by police in fireworks alert. 82
RUGBY UNION: Farrell call up. 90
RUGBY UNION: Farrell is named in England team. 87
RUGBY UNION: Jones staying. 182
Severn estuary victim named. 216
Shuttle landing delay. 139
Shuttle landing delayed by weather. 436
Smith makes new bid for Wrexham. 349
SOCIAL DIARY; A week in the nightlife of the North West with CAROLYN HUGHES. 352
Soft drink haul for armed robbers. 84
STUPID AND DANGEROUS; Pal films young idiot's lunatic drive through a busy town centre. Just seconds later he crashed at a zebra crossing... then fled. 322
Sub heroes home after saving me. 595
Submarine team heading home after dramatic Russian rescue. 339
Sugar packets, mustard pots and garden gnomes; Exhibition celebrates off-beat collections. 706
Teenage girl with HIV has a baby. 259
TENNIS: Henman debacle in first-round match. 281
TENNIS: Henman out in the first round. 164
TENNIS: Richards in double win. 115
The battle to win the war; Merseyside soldiers played a key part in the two Chindits expeditions into occupied Burma in the war against Japan. Peter Elson reports. 1727
The Debate: FEEDBACK; LAST week we asked: Are skyscrapers vital to Liverpool's regeneration. 266
The Debate: Is Mersey regeneration at risk from Whitehall: NO: Many of the plans will make a real difference; Wirral's Labour executive member for regeneration, Cllr Pat Hackett. 419
The Debate: Is Mersey regeneration at risk from Whitehall: POST ORUM. 228
The Debate: Is Mersey regeneration at risk from Whitehall: YES: It is a feeling of robbing the poor to pay the rich; Liverpool's Lib-Dem executive member for regeneration, Cllr Peter Millea. 455
The Debate: Is Mersey regeneration at risk from Whitehall; Kirsti Adair asks if government officials are doing enough t support the region. 288
THOUGHT for the DAY. 196
Tracking truants. 83
Train safety forums. 115
Trials to lift river quality. 146
TV licence dodgers caught. 139
Unfaithful woman punched by partner. 217
Viva!: Alternatively speaking. 162
Viva!: Beat the burn; Shereen Low has adviceon saving yourskin from summers ravages. 400
Viva!: Can't get no satisfaction; Lisa Haynes finds many women are finding it a struggle to achieve the perfect balance in life. 660
Viva!: Good week, bad week. 141
Viva!: How a listening ear helped me be a better mum; Jill Tunstall talks to a woman who fought back from post-natal depression to become a volunteer with the support group which turned her life round. 904
Viva!: The Viva! girls love; Digital listening, designer undies and colour-drenched lips. 145
Viva!: What are they wearing. 110
Vulnerable people put at risk by care agency failings. 579
Wade Smith open for business; But fashion store's future still hangs in the balance. 407
Windfall for health firm couple. 295
Write caption. 149
Your LETTERS : Exiles exiled. 122
Your LETTERS : No need for Tryweryn memorial. 135
Your LETTERS : UK privilege. 114
Your LETTERS : Unfair barriers. 257
Your LETTERS : Unfair charge to park at work. 251

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