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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (February 11, 2005)

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`Cured' Pope John Paul leaves hospital. 253
13 empty beds at threatened care homes; Closure decision defended. 199
21 rabbits rescued in spate of pet dumping. 133
7 days: The week's highlights. 435
70% opposed to the marriage. 109
A saga that keeps dragging on - and the costs mount; Frustrations pile up as LFC strive to match top three. 783
A spring wedding ends a long Royal saga; Surprise announcement prompted by leak to media. 884
Abbas sacks security. 95
ACADEMY FOOTBALL: Drought needs to end against Stoke; LIVERPOOL. 307
ACADEMY FOOTBALL: Eager to bounce back at Bolton; EVERTON. 285
All about. . . DOLWYDDELAN CASTLE. 90
An eclectic mix that'll keep you guessing. 814
Anfield star's father faces stadium ban. 402
Animal rights group faces accusations. 138
AT HOME WITH THE WALTONS: Hands up who wants a kids' day? 1021
Bad foods have had their chips in school; Off the menu in England. 331
Ban smoking and you'll kill our business; Small pubs fear fatal profit drop. 369
Barclaycard reports `muted' pounds 801m yield. 339
Bargain hunters hurt in crush. 214
Basketball: Jordan wants a dream team. 158
Boxing: Calzaghe ready for Magee. 163
Boxing: McDonald finally ready to face Smith. 565
Boy, 12, gets 12 months. 97
Brigade charge medals to go under hammer; North Wales soldier was last surviving member. 409
Bringing love to the world; Philip Key talks to Engelbert Humperdinck ahead of his new album and Liverpool show. 1158
Bus making science approachable and fun. 145
Campaigners fail to halt rise in tolls. 485
Campaigners prepare for Valentine's Day massacre. 374
Capping fear as cost of policing could rise by 10%; EXCLUSIVE. 509
CD review. 459
CELEBRITY WATCH - star GAZING: Charlotte bust-up with live-in lover; BRINGING YOU GOSSIP FROM ACROSS THE GLOBE. 123
CELEBRITY WATCH: I've not made a decision on election date; Tony Blair appears on Richard and Judy. 325
CELEBRITY WATCH: McDonald's signs MTV deal. 160
Chiefs sacked after attack. 148
Chinese New Year. 144
classical. 497
Club forced to close after third break-in. 141
Colleges facing cash crisis. 105
COMMUNITY SPORT: Youngsters' team-building exercise a blazing success. 301
Conservative motion to phase out Mersey Tunnel payments is dismissed. 193
Copies cost firm pounds 1. 5bn. 91
Crane operator enjoys the high life. 152
Cricket: How Hussain played his part in Pietersen's England future. 576
Cricket: My debt to Nas; Hussain helped in Pietersen's choice. 527
culture VULTURE. 336
DAVID PRIOR: Our Ellen sails into choppy waters. 553
Diana's long-running feud with `the Rottweiler'. 315
Digital Big Brother. 477
Drinker hit cop car with hammer. 148
Drivers warned of scam. 231
Driving Seat: a matter of OPINION - Spanish formula. 1006
Driving Seat: Age old problem for the young. 228
Driving Seat: Cleaner S-Class. 130
Driving Seat: motorcycling - Decisons, decisions - why not buy both? 511
Driving Seat: On slippery ground. 257
Driving Seat: Panda roars back. 601
Driving Seat: plugs & POINTS. 363
DVD view. 431
FACT unveils ground breaking exhibition of video technology. 210
Families get say in school dinners. 175
fan SCENE: Hard man Roberts rewarded; YOUR VIEWS ON YOUR TEAMS WREXHAM. 200
fan SCENE: Morientes an instant hero; YOUR VIEWS ON YOUR TEAMS LIVERPOOL. 371
fan SCENE: Time to change system or bring back star Bent; YOUR VIEWS ON YOUR TEAMS EVERTON. 347
FILM/MUSIC: Catchy floor-filler is a high for J-Lo. 506
FILM: Sponge Bob soaks up praise. 168
FILM: Spring has gone from a favourite; Magic Roundabout casts sleepy spell. 323
Flybe set to target railway business. 395
Football - premier NEWS: McKenna: Airbus gamble backfired horribly on Saints; DAVID TRIGGS ON THE WELSH PREMIER. 498
Football - premier NEWS: New rule no worry; DAVID TRIGGS ON THE WELSH PREMIER. 200
Football: `Flattered' Reyes happy at Arsenal. 96
Football: Argyle switch surprises Chadwick. 299
Football: Chester aim to tie up loan star Hillier on full-time. 231
Football: Downing eyes qualifying call-up. 296
Football: Dragons in race to sign keeper; Smith needs cover for injured Dibbs. 454
Football: FRANTIC RED S HUNT pounds 50M; Spiralling costs lead to stadium shortfall. 405
Football: Goal-getter Gray ready to target Druids; WELSH PREMIER. 177
Football: Hislop faces up to Pompey exit. 90
Football: Houllier looks set for return in Paris. 166
Football: I need to adapt to physical side to show my best - Nunez. 453
Football: Lamps - We will not be Robbed. 109
Football: Morrison deal hope. 128
Football: Morrison out to prove doubters wrong. 381
Football: No hard feelings over my departure; Chadwick surprised but not bitter after leaving Goodison. 658
Football: No Home Nations revival - Collins. 260
Football: Nunez: I'll show fans I'm no flop; Reds winger promises to prove his critics wrong. 474
Football: Roberts enjoys `short and sweet' debut. 207
Football: Robson anger at Gera treatment. 98
Football: Rooney wants to be centre of attention; United ace is keen to play behind the strikers. 672
Football: Rooney wants to be centre stage again; But United striker happy to play anywhere for England. 580
Football: Tosh's warning; Wales boss ready to make changes despite win. 625
Football: United fans vow to take Glazer fight all way. 200
Football: We can still triumph - Lampard. 838
GAMES/BOOKS: Blockbuster heroine born to be a star; ADORED by Tilly Bagshawe, Orion, pounds 9. 99. 241
GAMES/BOOKS: Key to the galaxy is in your hands. 256
gog SOUND. 417
Golf: Bagger is given Open green light. 224
Golf: Bowditch leads. 102
Golf: Playing on paying off for overnight leader Bowditch. 180
Grandad should never have left; Legendary crooner cherishes Welsh roots. 506
Howard tucks into hot-pot at Rovers. 178
I saw Elgan and it sunk in what happened. . . I couldn't do anything; Crash death driver relives horror night at inquest. 335
Interview: Juliette Lewis - Juliette's got this rock image licked; In an exclusive interview, Mike Chapple talks to the movie star who is proving her rock star screen image in Strange Days was no act. 901
Irish group buys Belfry. 137
La Tasca restaurant samples stock market. 179
Letter: Active MP. 87
Letter: Ask Doddy. 104
Letter: Beware the blue meanies! 109
Letter: Cost of fire cover. 122
Letter: Gimmick. 176
Letter: Hollow apology. 166
Letter: Indefensible. 108
Letter: Subtle pressure. 110
Letter: Tomorrow's slums. 160
Letter: We want our city. 130
Letter: Wrong message. 159
Lover takes terrible toll. 122
Mack on the tracks; Comedian's lost in music. 511
Man jailed after knife attack at rave party. 224
Motor Sport: Palmer pledges Oulton's future; Exclusive Former driver maintains motor circuit is viable. 565
Motoring: BIKES - Tasty twosome on sale at last in the showrooms. 511
Motoring: Camera fears. 92
Motoring: Citroen's diesel savers. 149
Motoring: Cleaner S-Class. 120
Motoring: Full SERVICE HISTORY - Driving and selling are both just exhilarating. 573
Motoring: High performance. 80
Motoring: Kia cool over new Sedona. 143
Motoring: MG gets better. 98
Motoring: Road Test - SEAT Ibiza FR: A car that satisfies the head and the heart. 746
Motoring: Skoda on slippery slope. 255
Motoring: Speeding to a fortune. 129
Motoring: Volvo shakes up its range. 133
MP aims to show cruelty of hunt ban. 129
New kids on the rock for the year of Rooster. 369
NICK HILTON: Injuries pile up as Parkinson fears the worst. 188
NICK HILTON: Little time for nerves as promotion hots up. 608
Nothing's holding back computer-whizz Katherine. 202
OBITUARY: Ossie Davis. 359
ON THIS DAY . . . 229
On. 551
Party fire fighters facing dismissal. 134
Police warn of `political football' fear. 227
Political career under threat. 161
Pope returns to the Vatican. 108
POST SOAPBOX: Bent and Beattie can be a winning blend. 425
POST SOAPBOX: Euro tonic. 93
POST SOAPBOX: Just desserts. 117
POST SOAPBOX: Leading lights. 122
POST SOAPBOX: Name game gain. 83
POST SOAPBOX: Passion and desire returns at just the right time. 451
POST SOAPBOX: Ticket fury. 132
pounds 150m for new offices. 218
Prince went on one knee to ask Camilla to be his wife. 728
Queen's tribute to Churchill as Whitehall museum is opened. 230
Racing: Folly to oppose Pleasant. 338
Racing: Unlucky Lee has another break. 81
Rates on hold for sixth month. 172
RESTAURANTS: Cool dishes from the Bluu kitchen; Emma Johnson enjoys an evening in Liverpool's laid-back quarter. 929
RESTAURANTS: EATING IN - Let Ken Hom lead you into the not too mysterious ways of Chinese cooking. 424
Rock band's search for lead singer attracts hopefuls - and a TV audience. 196
Rolls-Royce profits rise as aerospace market takes off. 156
Rugby League: Widnes face first test of summer re-build at Saints. 565
Rugby Union: Anselmians face tough task away at Tigers. 327
Rugby Union: Crocked Jones out of Italian mission. 169
Rugby Union: Davies on a mission for Azzurri vengeance; Wales hooker wants to set Rome record straight. 704
Rugby Union: France debutants ready to do battle. 150
Rugby Union: Paul ready to profit from Tait fall; RBS 6 NATIONS. 274
Rugby Union: We will come out fighting, says resolute Robinson. 577
Rugby victory merits public holiday; MP calls for official day of celebration. 372
SCHOOL EXPELS DRUGS BOY 12; Dozens of North Wales pupils disciplined for dope and booze. 469
Serial firebug held in mental hospital. 458
Serial offender. 86
showing. 395
Singer to miss TV decider. 95
So you want to . . . glimpse the future? 307
Soccer hero leaves happy legacy. 546
Social workers broke the law to house kids. 556
Sowing seeds for new industry. 167
Stadium facing shortfall of pounds 50m; Liverpool FC seeks new cash as building costs soar. 418
Stars shine for hotel's first birthday party. 453
Sutcliffe murdered two more. 133
Swimming: Montreal is on. 92
Teachers dive for cover as school vandals strike again; Bricks, stones and pipes hurled through classroom windows. 351
Ten Years Of Rawhide/ Central Hall. 413
Tennis: Henman gets the all-clear on back. 110
Tennis: Rusedski out. 84
THE BIG PICTURE: Roundabout has lost the old magic and charm; The Magic Roundabout (Cert U) Stars voices of Robbie Williams, Tom Baker, Jim Broadbent, Bill Nighy, Kylie Minogue, Ian McKellan, Ray Winstone and others; directors Jean Duval, Frank Passingham and Dave Borthwick. 81 mins. Rating . . 529
The charade is done and we can wish them well. 335
The pounds 300k mole; Over 2, 600 hours spent on collapsed court case. 358
THEATRE/MUSIC: Gruff's thrilling homecoming; GRUFF RHYS Neuadd Ogwen, Bethesda. 172
THEATRE/MUSIC: Gwyneth shows her versatility. 332
THEATRE/MUSIC: Joys of Troy; Josh relishes epic tale in film and on stage. 469
They said we haven't got a speed problem. . . we proved them wrong; Villagers snap offenders to show need for camera. 472
THOUGHT for the DAY. 174
Thugs bit my lip off. 319
Time to end Royal charade. 339
Unilever changes at top. 330
United starlets face jail terms. 165
VALERIE HILL: Caffeine withdrawal. 127
VALERIE HILL: Charles is not far beyond our Ken. 536
VALERIE HILL: Greenwich Dome. 116
VALERIE HILL: Walking in a lawyer's wonderland. 205
Wales - apart from Plaid - send good wishes. 244
We have nuclear weapons to fight US - North Korea. 445
We've got `nukes' to stop Bush; N. Korea admits arsenal. 240
Winnie the Pooh is a global hero. 318
Woman left with pounds 60 ticket after Liverpool car park scam. 245
Woman patient `was used for sex'. 160
Women would rather read a book than enjoy a night of passion. 299
You've got to be Innes to win it; Philip Key meets the man who has been at the heart of the British music and comedy scenes for 40 years. 1118
your LETTERS: Don't stifle town. 194
your LETTERS: Keep us green. 176
your LETTERS: Prom day critics need to move on. 256
your LETTERS: Reduce bus fares. 239
your LETTERS: Third rate insult to NHS staff. 179
your SHOUT: Stop moaning about tickets. 127

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