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

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`Frozen sea' found on Mars. 170
08 shop scrutiny panel called off. 240
15 facing charges over FA Cup riot; MP leads criticism of police over Saturday night fixture. 182
200 jobs to go in printing plant closure. 148
Academy Football: CADEMY OOTBALL Owens unhappy at Frayne fracas; LIVERPOOL. 381
Academy Football: Delight as U18s bounce back; EVERTON. 372
Airbus denies A380 jet stress test problems; Company dismisses claims. 354
Airbus denies problems with superjumbo. 149
All about. . . CAERNARFON CASTLE. 85
AMATEUR FOOTBALL: McCoy hat-trick provides dream win for Arms; Wirral Sunday League. 284
AMATEUR FOOTBALL: Page turn in fine display to beat Rovers; I-Zingari League. 427
AMATEUR FOOTBALL: Plough dig deep in extra-time thriller; Birkenhead Sunday League. 697
AMATEUR FOOTBALL: Rampant Lions demolish rivals Sir Robert; Ellesmere Port Sunday League. 258
AMATEUR FOOTBALL: Sports slain by Battle as Dock keep up fight; Liverpool County Combination. 408
AMATEUR FOOTBALL: Story fails to read script in late drama; South Wirral. 272
AMATEUR FOOTBALL: Tolman treble sends Windsor double Dutch; Wallasey and District. 343
AMATEUR FOOTBALL: Towey shoots Barnton to top; Mid-Cheshire League. 215
Anger over addresses on the net. 184
Arts Diary: FILM Footage Festival, FACT Centre. 292
Arts Diary: The other Eastwood takes star billing; Son's band lined up for Southport Jazz festival. Philip Key reports. 309
Arts Diary: THEATRE Troilus and Cressida, Clwyd Theatr Cymru. 330
Athletics: Bernie's twin gold triumph; Masters joy for Wrexham vet. 85
Barwick targets `mindless' hooligans. 433
blast from the past. 218
Body found in derelict factory. 87
Bomber blazes in crash landing. 245
born in wales. 85
Boxing: Khan: I've answered critics with return to form. 445
bride and joy. 119
Brown in `taxing choice. 167
Bush woos for peace. 413
Cadet scoops top fund-raising award. 196
Cancer fear drove man to strangle sick wife; Couple found dead at home. 496
Cancer food scare tally grows; Popular brands added to list as products recall total passes 400. 897
Cancer scare spreads to over 400 products; Alert will cost industry pounds 100m. 414
Cash lifeline for mobile theatre. 108
City has to scrap dream stadium. 284
Clarke anti-terror measures `heading for gridlock'. 238
Clubs `should have to pay more for policing of games'. 398
Cock of the walk but now he needs a new home. 166
Council tax rise forced up to 4. 5% by U-turns; Labour group reverses cuts plan. 416
Couple's ordeal at hands of raiders. 255
Cult US author and journalist commits suicide. 179
david BANKS: Labour banned hunting because they could . . not because they cared. 822
david BANKS: That sour taste is irony, not racism. 141
Doherty curfew after gig. 170
Eight firms vie for trams contract; Original contractor puts in bid. 400
Europe helps create entrepreneurs, says MEP. 224
Feminine looks in a man most attractive to women; Backlash against traditional macho hunks. 578
Fifteen fans arrested and charged with variety of offences after battles in the street. 532
Finding the six friends who'll be there for you; Jane Gallagher examines how and why people choose their pals. 1140
Firm worth pounds 1bn. 80
First tunnels boycott fails to make a big impression; Organisers hope for growing protest over Mersey toll rise. 416
Football hooligan gets 5 months. 99
Football: All rise to occasion without Gerrard; UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE LIVERPOOL v BAYER LEVERKUSEN, TONIGHT, 7. 45M UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE FIRST KNOCK-OUT ROUND FIRST LEG Talisman's out but Norwegian confident of getting result. 1563
Football: Arsenal facing double ban. 92
Football: Arsenal keeper denies rape. 93
Football: Augenthaler all too aware of Anfield atmosphere. 307
Football: Bees boss keeps lid on rising Cup fever. 284
Football: BUTT OUT; Boss Benitez tells Kewell agent: Stop interfering. 436
Football: Don't be intimidated Germans warned; Augenthaler all too aware of Anfield cauldron. 317
Football: Dragons on knife edge as deadline extended. 251
Football: FA chief: We'll ban `mindless' hooligans. 471
Football: Heswall land knockout blow; West Cheshire League. 756
Football: If people can walk, then they can play; Smith's injury problems show no sign of abating. 702
Football: Lamps is positive. 175
Football: Langley scores his first goal for Warrington. 83
Football: Leave Kewell alone, Benitez warns critics; Anfield manager unhappy at interference as Australian prepares for comeback. 669
Football: Liverpool v Bayer Leverkusen - Key battles; Phil Barnett assesses where the game tonight will be won and lost. 341
Football: McKenna: TNS must seize the initiative; WELSH PREMIER. 437
Football: Navarro's Silkmen ties not yet fully severed. 87
Football: Quinn provides masterclass; Mid-Cheshire Cup. 125
Football: Rush confident despite Yeovil setback. 226
Football: Savage thanks Blackburn tough guys. 168
Football: Three points all that matters for Little; Manager will pick a team to `go out and have a real go. 698
Football: United aim to whip the cream of Europe; - it again Giggscant ' aittotackle Milan. 468
Football: United fans plan `new club'. 92
Football: Vignal in bid for Old Firm move. 204
Football: Vignal keen to stay at Rangers. 91
Football: Waterloo crushed; SPAR MID-WALES LEAGUE. 96
Football: We can't hide in Stevie's shadow; Any side would miss Gerrard, but now is the time to show we're not a one-man team - Riise. 1193
Football: Wenger: Everyone wants to watch us; BAYERN Mv ARSENAL TONIGHT, 7. 45PM. 303
FORCE-FED TO DEATH; Nursing home matron abused and killed 95-year-old, court told. 103
Forecasters predict more snow and ice. 231
Four more US soldiers die as Alliance meets to decide on prime minister. 242
Fuel scare on 747. 82
Golf northwest: AROUND THE CLUB; Local results and events. 736
Golf northwest: Caroe is new EGU President. 126
Golf northwest: Coaching scheme t put club in swing; JUNIOR GOLF. 479
Golf northwest: Corcoran in the groove. 117
Golf northwest: Faldo helps Baldwin get in good nick. 414
Golf northwest: Houghwood helper. 152
Golf northwest: Junior drive earns Golfmark Award for Chester club. 92
Golf northwest: MEET THE CHAMPION; Mark Howard Hillside Handicap: Scratch. 583
Golf northwest: Mollington on tour schedule. 178
Golf northwest: Mum's the word for Alison on home run; Family ties take over from the travelling life on Tour. 1107
Golf northwest: Open day at Woolton. 227
Golf northwest: Poulter looks to golfing miss to master Augusta; TOUR NEWS. 664
Golf northwest: pounds 8m boost for golf. 115
Golf northwest: Prestige Tour lines up new venues. 150
Golf northwest: Robertson lands monster putt to claim to top prize. 231
Golf northwest: Sefton tribute. 210
Golf northwest: Tess is Hillside captain. 161
Golf northwest: Women's event will help charity campaign. 209
Golf: Lawrie happy to Open the door for women. 399
Golf: Montgomerie in lack of US action. 92
Golf: Scott swims to sink Campbell. 126
Government is at fault. 110
Hard work that leads to hilarity; Ian Jones goes backstage with a leading amateur theatre group to see how they go about bringing an author's words to life. 640
Harpist's hopes; A musical family and inspirational tutors gave harpist Glain Jones a firm footing on her way to a national final, as Ian Jones reports A. 511
Harvey Nichols's profits fall. 215
Head count plea to halt decline of brown hare. 236
Heseltine condemned Concorde project as `hopeless case'. 243
Hockey: Rampant Rhyl can't close on rivals. 128
Hooligan fan jailed. 89
Hospital go-ahead as slate shelved. 205
Jury considering verdict over grandfather's killing. 170
LEGAL WEEK BRIEFS: Law firm to raise pounds 5,000 for Barnardo's. 123
LEGAL WEEK BRIEFS: Prison staff win first stage. 100
LEGAL WEEK: Drug cash fight goes to US; Heart attack victims sue firm for damages. 497
LEGAL WEEK: I'm so weak I can't even pick the grand kids up, says sufferer. 157
LEGAL WEEK: Two of region's law firms scoop industry awards. 240
Letter: Help the suffering. 183
Letter: Hunting. 388
Letter: Impossible task. 198
Letter: Lottery disgust. 83
Letter: Missed chances. 132
Letter: Off the rails. 117
Letter: Pay and display sunsets. 133
Letter: Taxing problem. 124
Letter: Walking tax. 115
London sites help lift Millennium's profits. 87
Lonrho focuses on hotels group. 135
Man charged with girlfriend's murder. 264
Man killed on sledge. 85
Mark Lawrenson: Arteta will fill Gravesen void. 331
Mark Lawrenson: I can't see Liverpool winning both games this week - and tonight's will be even harder than Chelsea. 562
Mark Lawrenson: Negative Bayercan stall Reds ' Eurobid; But Gerrard will lead Cardiff cavalry charge. 468
Mark Lawrenson: Race for fourth will be struggle without Dane. 746
Mark Lawrenson: Rooney can fire United to glory. 309
Mayor's Nazi jibe to be probed. 163
Men win cash after dismissal claim. 162
Minister opens refurbished Merseyrail station. 144
Motorist five times over limit. 156
Move to cut Joe Royle's sacking pay off. 147
MP reveals Princess Di book royalties. 259
My new baby is priority No 1. 257
Norton to present Baftas. 180
OBITUARY: Sandra Dee. 372
Officer denies he's on the run. 176
Officer fined. 97
ON THIS DAY . . . 224
Oscar hopeful at Rwanda movie. 94
OUR MAN IN WESTMINSTER: Press on regardless. 443
Pair pushed house mate over quarry. 231
Pensioner jailed for sex attacks. 316
Pharmacist `failed' over killer doses. 384
Pistols head debut list. 131
Police didn't take the risks seriously enough; The row over Saturday's football violence is growing. Adrian Butler and Deborah James report. 1111
POST SOAPBOX: Go 4-4-2. 97
POST SOAPBOX: Never a Blue. 135
Pregnant PC kicked by drunken nurse; Eight-week jail sentence for single mother. 331
Princes Park's academy of excellenceexcellence; Laura Davis explores the history of Liverpool's premier private girls' school as its prepares to celebrate its 125th anniversary. 1721
Racing: Khalidia is poised to strike. 363
Racing: Khalidia is poised to strike. 360
reader's eye/celebration. 211
Reliving story of the New Women. 267
REM cancel show. 95
Rethink needed over food perils. 322
Rowing: The boat comes in for Pinsent. 88
Rugby League: McGuire op woe. 82
Rugby League: Saints in approach to teenage star Sonny. 449
Rugby Union: Barkley green light for Lansdowne Road clash. 103
Rugby Union: Star centres poised to make return for Ireland. 226
Rugby Union: Wales face up to nature of France beast; Johnson warns it is power not flair to watch out for in Paris. 557
Schools funding `threat to jobs'. 157
Set more targets, say MPs. 139
She forced food down pensioner's throat until he coughed and choked and could not breathe; Court told of how man, 95, died, but ex-matron denies the killing at nursing home. 1137
Shipman's pharmacist accused of misconduct; Hearing told chemist failed the public. 551
Shops complex to be built on site of blaze; High street names lined up for multi-million pound development. 374
Shut our schools down and you'll devastate villages; Angry parents to lobby council over future of rural education. 414
Single mum jailed for neglect. 197
Snooker: O'Sullivan tribute to sick Spencer. 95
SOCIAL DIARY; A week in the night life of the North West. 316
Son held over murdered parents' claim. 223
Speaking baldly; A generous family's charity head-shave has had an impact deeper than simple fund raising, as Ian Jones discovers. 756
Squash: Rugby on course for the double. 133
Stricken diver aims for Thailand return despite tsunami horror. 401
Swiss giant takes lead in lucrative drugs field; Novartis in pounds 3.6bn global spree. 361
Syrians to leave Lebanon. 98
Take daggers off your uniforms. . . Welsh Cavalry told Marine honour goes against dress code. 430
Tennis: Brits admit battle has extra spice. 253
Tennis: Next generation ready for Davis Cup battle. 362
Terfel signs up for Eisteddfod double header; Singer to star in two concerts. 520
Tesco workers to share in pounds 106m payout. 193
THE DEBATE: Drivers are simply heading for out-of-town centres; YES Tony Vickers, regional spokesman for the Association of British Drivers. 487
THE DEBATE: Lobby government for better public transport; NO Frank Kennedy, regional co-ordinator for Friends of the Earth. 451
THE DEBATE: Should Liverpool be more car-friendly; Pollution purge could hit city drivers. Chris Brown reports. 295
The facts behind the cost of our globe trotting MPs. 513
There was still the thorny question of what to call it. 792
This will not be the last to close; Warning as home for Alzheimers patients shuts. 396
THOUGHT for the DAY. 163
Three held over murders. 92
Thug gets jailed for driving car at pub bouncers. 395
Trevor Peake: Affleck takes up N. Wales PGA post; PRO NEWS. 262
Trevor Peake: CLUB NEWS. 756
Trevor Peake: Eaton honour; Stalwart Alan looks forward to new role. 312
Tsunami donation. 85
Tsunami survivor vows to dive again. 609
Valley to the rescue; RAF moves HQ to Anglesey airbase. 446
Viewpoint: CAPITAL EYE. 488
Viva: Alternatively speaking. . . 191
Viva: Good week, bad week . . . 243
Viva: He's six, throws tantrums, wears nap pies and needs 24-hour care. . . but to me he's a hero; Melanie Humphreys tells Jill Tunstall why she wouldn't change her autistic son for the world. 1153
Viva: How to say `I do' for the second time; Emma Pomfret finds some top tips that Charles and Camilla would do well to follow. 691
Viva: How you can exude that Bafta radiance; Shereen Low slips behind the scenes to discover stars' beauty secrets. 735
Viva: The Viva! girls love. . . Blushers, mothers and the return of the mini-break. 186
Viva: What is she wearing? 125
Volunteers backing blooming dream. 182
Wales need brawn not brains for French trip. 256
Watersports plan to double income. 353
What the fans have to say. 311
Why Paris is hacked off; Phone numbers of her pals appear on the internet. 257
Why we need to change eating habits. 421
Witness jailed for refusing to give evidence in murder trial. 385
Women's firms most successful. 170
Workers back strike. 95
write a caption. 150
your LETTERS: No confidence. 103
your LETTERS: Put protesters' powers to good use. 179
your LETTERS: Speedy response. 203
your LETTERS: Suspect custody. 163
your LETTERS: Unworkable tax. 152
your LETTERS: We identified ID distrust. 156

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