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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (January 12, 2005)

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`Let racist former PC move on'. 156
`Made in Wales cheese was made abroad' Creamery accused of importing goods. 328
A word from our sponsors. 149
Alexon's mixed results. 224
Another 400 UK troops to go to Iraq. 243
Arts Dairy: Joel's song for Myla; Mike Chapple talks to Athlete singer Joel Potts about his life-changing experience. 531
Arts Dairy: McGough part of Poetraits exhibition. 199
Arts Dairy: New manager at the Empire. 130
Arts Dairy: Phil's Valentine serenade. 113
As I SEE IT: Better to be in Jurassic park than a retail park. 502
ATHLETICS: Golden treble; Thomas heads up string of North Wales triumphs. 376
ATHLETICS: Greene light. 102
Attack victim jailed for revenge. 232
Auction boom for Denton Clark. 355
Band up for five awards. 163
Battered again; Bad weather lashes N. Wales once more. 514
Benson's LAW. 363
Best residential development. 233
Big Brother just like a fascist jail; Greer hits out after quitting. 290
Big names hit as Matalan revival pays dividends; Recovery may push share price beyond 300p. 337
Big screen link-up for lessons in Welsh; Schools join pounds 5. 5m video-conferencing network. 362
Boat museum could sink without cash injection; Some of 60-strong fleet in danger of rotting away. 441
Book review: Project Risk Management. 281
Bookies stung by punters. 196
BOXING: Calzaghe asks for more time. 94
BOXING: Calzaghe defence put on back-burner; Home city favourite takes on top billing. 489
BOXING: Williams gets injury boost. 143
Brits nominated for best actress. 90
Bumper year for Millionaire cheque maker. 143
Business lunch: The restaurant has a fresh feel to it, and at the same time, the food served is excellent; The Neighbourhood Restaurant, Woolton Road, Liverpool. 579
Business PROFILE: Centre of excellence; David Jones talks to a man who helped reinvigorate a declining town - and who is now poised to reap the benefits of his vision. 1183
Buy-out market in Wales at pounds 214m. 289
Cairn finds gas in India. 84
Can you give a home to a puppy with a busy life ahead of it? 250
Catalogue of errors plagued sale of Dome. 180
Change your lifestyle to cut risk of cancer. 84
Chinese restaurant stripped of licence; Immigrants worked for pounds 2 an hour. 554
City report. 204
Cowell's anti-fur message. 125
Creating Plus points in Liverpool communities; pounds 1m scheme to support businesses based on need. 380
Cricket: England pair in all-star matches. 170
CRICKET: Hick and Knight to play in charity matches. 195
CRICKET: Key eager to secure his place in line-up. 777
Cricket: Key keen to seize chance to impress; Butcher injury opens door in tour top-order. 599
Daffodils and primroses bring early spring to city; Growth real evidence of global warming. 454
Daily Post Comment: Hands off NHS pension system. 344
DAILY POST COMMENT: Scandalous to meddle with pensions. 381
Delays worse. 96
Developers to be rewarded for changing the face of city. 814
Digital pioneers in health and safety. 409
Doctor who was former drug addict gave vice girl cocaine. 378
Double century marked by fundraising initiative. 216
Dylan JONES-EVANS: The failure to close the prosperity gap with the rest of the UK leaves Wales in a quandary. 545
EAPG consolidates. 109
Eight killed as wildfires rage. 153
Embarrassed Greer attacks Big Brother's `fascist prison'. 209
Employment brings new challenge; Bill Gleeson looks at what Merseyside has to do to attract jobs. 1317
Evans to make tsunami appeal. 80
Feel fit, feel good - just don't be a stressorexic; We all want to get rid of that seasonal flab, but you shouldn't get hooked on too much exercise. Emma Johnson reports. 862
Financial adviser sells. 110
First-round funding vital for entrepreneurs. 200
Flight promos under attack; Marketing firm criticised by watchdog. 385
Flood warning system. 98
Football: Anfield's leader of men buoys cup hopes; Liverpool 1 Watford 0. 1191
Football: Ashton is not the Norwich Messiah. 92
FOOTBALL: Beckham plea to Morientes. 203
FOOTBALL: Benitez dilemma ahead of journey to Hornets' nest; LIVERPOOL 1 WATFORD 0 Stuttering Reds take just one-goal lead to Watford. 1164
FOOTBALL: Blues trial for young prospect Plessis. 288
Football: Cables in cup shock; Prescot Cables. . . . 1 Warrington Town. . 2 After extra-time. 129
Football: Chester striker set to join Hull. 246
FOOTBALL: Cole hopes to stay in the fold. 525
FOOTBALL: Comeback kings; PETERBOROUGH 2 WREXHAM 2 Ugarte 45, Plummer og 79 Dragons fight back to deny Peterborough vital win. 853
Football: French youngster in trial at Everton. 286
FOOTBALL: Gary Neville. 143
Football: Gedman makes a return; BURSCOUGH. 236
Football: Hornets confident of stinging Liverpool. 247
Football: Jackson calls on players to improve performance; Robins defeat proves we all must improve, claims defender. 685
Football: Jordan saddened by Routledge. 92
Football: Leigh blown away by Southport's young guns; Leigh RMI . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Southport . . . . . . . . . . . . 5. 239
Football: Linnets march into the last eight; Burscough . . . . . . . . 3 Colne . . . . . . . . . . . . 0. 150
Football: Liverpool agree terms over pounds 6. 5m Morientes; Liverpool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Watford . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 Striker expected on Merseyside today as Benitez denies talk of Cup complacency. 475
FOOTBALL: Merseyside giants will not share a stadium. 320
Football: Motors aim to create history; NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL VAUXHALL MOTORS. 247
FOOTBALL: NOT OVER; Plucky Watford push Reds all the way to set up second leg CARLING CUP Liverpool 1 Watford 0. 219
Football: Rovers set to resume reserve campaign with Motors clash. 86
FOOTBALL: Safety catch on United big guns; Ferguson hedges his bets before Reds clash. 744
FOOTBALL: Survival will beat title win - Campbell. 288
Football: Survival will beat title win - Campbell. 174
FOOTBALL: Sven sweats on FA verdict. 100
FOOTBALL: Time runs out on Carroll contract talks. 244
Football: Vaughan provides difference at Boro; Middlesbrough Reserves. 0 Everton Reserves. . . . . . . 1. 310
Football: Yakubu sets his sights on Europe. 101
Force sees worst rise in burglary; But Dyfed-Powys still one of safest places. 345
Further US orders for Airbus jumbo. 330
FURY AS POLICE MOLE CASE COLLAPSES: The evidence here did not amount to row of beans. 1140
Games giant sales tumble; Christmas shortage of Play Stations. 358
Gossip. 342
Graduate wastes no time in getting Active. 249
Greenwich ready for sale or let. 144
Grieving dad takes grave libel battle to High Court. 192
Guantanamo prisoners to be returned to Britain; US to free terror suspects within weeks. 368
Has fractal geometry given us a new angle on stocks? John Heffernan looks at using wave theory to predict the stock market. 1073
Healthy figures. 99
Heart disease biggest threat to women. 187
Help young couples buy. 128
Highly constructive; Big profits for Watkin Jones in 2004 spark talks of major growth in 2005. 445
HOCKEY: Bowdon come up short in close indoor final. 153
Hotel in line for sponsorship awards. 192
How will a smoking ban affect business in Wales? Glyn Mon Hughes looks at the impact on personal and professional lives should a ban on smoking in public come into force in Wales. 1135
I trust Tony Blair, insists chancellor. 453
I'll fix Welsh NHS problems for you; New health minister's pledge to patients. 428
Len Capeling: Beattie bleatings leave striker seeking international rescue. 116
Len Capeling: Crusading duo are the saving grace of Goodison. 910
Len Capeling: Don't bite the hand that feeds you. 120
Len Capeling: Fireproof Moyes can rise above Goodison furnace. 995
Letter: Closed for business. 169
Letter: Don't blame God. 185
Letter: Fewer rules - not more. 160
Letter: Help needed. 191
Letter: Pensions crisis. 152
Letter: Pointless ban. 85
Letter: Royal in the clear. 262
Letter: US link welcome. 119
Letter: What reason? 168
LIFE & FAMILY: The 10 top excuses for not getting fit; (. . . and why there's no good reason for being a couch potato). 877
Little Britain coins top phrase. 188
London eye: Finding an angel can give small businesses wings; Market Comment. 1176
Lost appeal costly for Esther. 134
Man in court on murder charge. 189
Mason Owen moves into North House. 125
Massive drifting iceberg set for clash of the titans. 134
Meeting expectations. 148
Mersey Estuary flood warning. 201
Merseyside exile returns; Marketing chief to run Chamber. 312
Minister `deplores' job losses in factory closures. 174
Morrisons festive sales inch upwards. 164
MOTOR RACING: Montoya warns new team-mate. 95
MP hits at penalty cuts. 134
MP's plea not to go soft on speeding. 257
MR BROCKLEBANK: Taste of life gone by. 408
MSIF backs Circle Scribe efforts to sell invention worldwide. 221
Murder jury in lake visit. 203
National Park joins Economic Forum. 263
New Act prompts Tories' wish list. 206
New beginning after crash scare. 135
New group on council. 112
New plan ends lorry grid lock threat on Wirral roads. 219
NW buy outs forecast to stay robust; Region's annual total reaches pounds 2bn. 342
OBITUARY: Rosemary Kennedy. 352
ON THIS DAY . . . 159
Peace talks agreement; Sharon calls new Palestinian leader. 336
People were hanging from the balconies and shouting for help; Man to face court on arson charge. 465
Poor Bonmarche chain sales a drag on Peacock profits. 345
Port Sunlight plan refused; Joy and regret as world heritage hopes shaken. 442
Quiz bill. 87
Racing: Pole Star on the upgrade. 410
Racing: Pole Star on the upgrade. 410
Racing: Truckers aims for Haydock stepping stone to Gold. 377
Radiologist in porn case can work. 316
RALLYING: Desert tragedy. 91
Rantzen loses appeal. 162
Reshuffle defended by Rhodri. 98
Review at M&S Money. 80
RUGBY LEAGUE: Widnes pair to share armband. 165
Rugby Union: Caldy pass Aspull test with flying colours; Caldy. 493
Rugby Union: Dawson named in elite squad. 320
RUGBY UNION: Dawson returns to England fold. 261
Rugby Union: Fixture clash shatters Wallasey's cup hopes. 321
Rugby Union: LSH hoping for repeat performance at Alty. 306
Rugby Union: New Brighton left reeling by rampant Lions; New Brighton. 288
Rugby Union: Off-field antics look set to wreck the beautiful game; In Touch. 371
Rugby Union: Park out of action as Cann moves on; Birkenhead Park. 291
Rugby Union: Selection hots up at West Park as coach insists title challenge is still on; West Park. 268
Schoolboy recovering after being hurled into air by car. 220
Scientists urge parents to ration their children's use of mobile phones. 99
Show goes on as Terfel loses voice . . . and mimes to the music. 256
Southern bias lost us pounds 225m aquarium. 273
Speed-up call over flood defences. 187
SQUASH: Chester in top gear. 150
Staff members find their work timed down to the last second. 248
Stomach bug hits hospital; Beds closed on seven wards. 309
Strawberry Field home to close within weeks; Tears as Salvation Army calls time on Beatles landmark. 832
Stronger hearts let women live longer, study reveals; Professor urges exercise crusade to help people age healthily. 586
Student killer may have struck before. 85
Subsidy feud plane makers to negotiate; Airbus and Boeing halt legal action. 377
Supermarket group's sales `acceptable'. 123
Support for euro entry. 92
Surgery putting smiles back on children's faces. 276
Teenage criminals to face drug tests. 242
TENNIS: Open setback. 80
TENNIS: Rusedski loses out in warm-up. 82
Terfel mimed as veteran sang. 121
The man who gave kids their only chance of a childhood; A hundred years after the death of Dr Thomas Barnardo, children are still reaping the benefit of his legacy of care. 1550
The Profile: No cloaks and daggers to identify the right person; Sophie Freeman meets JOELLE WARREN, managing director of headhunters Warren Partners. 975
THOUGHT for the DAY. 161
Thumbs-down for city's tallest tower block. 470
Tiles group sales up by 15%; Chain benefits from flooring trends. 307
Traders' hopes for 10 more city centre stalls rejected; Chain stores relieved over decision by committee. 752
Trio of contrasting prospects. 147
TSUNAMI AFTERMATH: Concert sells out. 136
TSUNAMI AFTERMATH: Wales plans to help in aid effort. 319
Twin gives DNA samples as hopes for brother fade; Family fear the worst after passport found. 449
UN urges governments to honour pledges for tsunami disaster fund. 307
US delay may be a sign of hope. 417
Wales sees brake on rising house prices. 331
Warning to parents on mobiles risk. 163
Warren Hall plans on show. 140
We won't fly if the price is too high; Region remains hesitant about Swansea air link. 526
Why go solo in the gym when five-a-side is more effective and better fun? 302
Why I love . . . Property; Mark McNamee, managing director, Iliad property developers. 259
Wolseley plans new centres. 233
Woman indecently assaulted. 85
Work begins on luxury dock apartments. 125
Workers' day of action on pensions. 223
Your LETTERS: Cameras can spoil a holiday. 267
Your LETTERS: Curtain call. 138
Your LETTERS: Plenty to be said for the old ways. 273
Your LETTERS: Stop squabbling. 106
Your LETTERS: Vote dilemma. 210

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