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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (January 19, 2005)

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`Parenting plans' law attacked; It doesn't go far enough, say fathers' rights groups. 581
`Superheroes' caused chaos. 197
A great lift-off for the region. 354
A taste of Hollywood; A new book recalls the heady days of art deco when Liverpool set a trend with some of the country's most sophisticated municipal housing. 1153
Air pollution warning. 81
Airbus - this is the future for flying. 368
AIRBUS A380 UNVEILED: 800 JOBS FOR N. WALES: Plane is stunning, PM tells pupils. 270
AIRBUS A380 UNVEILED: 800 JOBS FOR N. WALES: We should be so proud. 1393
AIRBUS A380 UNVEILED: DREDGING DEAL SOUGHT: Access all areas is a must for wings project to succeed; Work must be approved to allow for parts' journey. 512
AIRBUS A380 UNVEILED: DREDGING DEAL SOUGHT: Airbus is heading in the right direction with the A380. 170
AIRBUS A380 UNVEILED: DREDGING DEAL SOUGHT: I never imagined as a young apprentice that I would be leading Airbus UK today. 468
AIRBUS A380 UNVEILED: DREDGING DEAL SOUGHT: Morgan denies launch snub. 210
Alone? Lonely ? Read on... Whether its love you're after, someone to see the world with, or just a friend to talk to help, is at hand. 1470
Anti-crash radar to be on road in six months. 164
AS I SEE IT. 499
Bank does pounds 1. 3m deal to help rug by club with five-year business plan. 177
Benson's Law. 497
Bid to buy docks cause for worry. 441
Blacks Leisure sales show a healthy rise. 137
Book review: Patents, Profits & Power. 239
Bright ideas on rainy day built firm. 241
Budget cuts blamed for barracks deaths; Former general cites poor supervision at Deepcut. 354
Build camps for young offenders say Tories. 211
Business and army learn from each other. 156
Business Diary. 262
Business lunch: Georgian Quarter restaurant provides light, airy and cool venue for city's business class. 443
Business Profile: Robert Boyns - Break proved lucky for IT entrepreneur; Robert Boyns tells David Jones how going it alone was a risk worth taking. 1205
Cains brewery strikes new deal with pub operator. 84
Calling all landlords. 86
Ceasefire hopes blown up; Suicide bomber attacks army base. 340
CELEBRITY WATCH: My Fair Kerry to watch Ps and Qs. 225
Child abuse victim denies pounds 33k fraud. 458
Children escape serious injury in mini-bus crash. 196
Chinese deal last chance for Rover survival. 211
City report. 288
Cool customer; Tycoon to give talk on eve of takeover. 456
Copper bottom penalty. 87
Council leader attacks Livingstone in gay flags row. 216
Council threat to flood victims. 101
Council's recycling record leaves city as worst in UK. 338
County plan for pounds 215, 000 software. 142
Craft centre is booming. 156
CRICKET: England troops feel pain. 128
CRICKET: Match-weary bowlers feeling the pace. 192
CRICKET: Now it's game on; Hoggard display impresses Aussies ahead of Ashes. 553
CRICKET: Shy hero refuses to hog the limelight. 744
CYCLING: Steady start for Athens medallist. 84
Delayed cruise ship Aurora still in port. 268
Design champion Beatrice to judge regional property awards. 771
Diary. 286
Dinner for appeal. 95
Diplomat's wife jumped to her death. 500
Doctors act over rise in mumps; Emergency vaccine campaign to halt spread of disease. 642
Don't let just anyone become a soccer boss; MP wants tougher tests for prospective club chairmen. 340
dylan JONES-EVANS: Much of rural Wales is now completely out of the price range of many young working people. 567
Economists attack council; Politicians threaten region's prosperity. 422
EISTEDDFOTA: Meleri gets learners on festival trail. 454
Extra concert tickets sold out. 206
FEEDBACK. 464
Festive lights lift sales. 129
Fight is on for fund managers; Rensburg and Rathbones in takeover talks. 540
Football: Becks and Gerrard to line up for charity. 203
Football: Bruce: Diao fits the bill for us. 282
Football: Defender Ashton sees benefit of shrewd loan. 782
Football: DISMAL DJIMI; Traore gaffe sends Reds crashing out of FA Cup; FA CUP Burnley 1 Liverpool 0. 163
Football: Everton consider appeal after FA charge over melee. 404
Football: Everton shocked by FA charge over melee. 253
Football: FA Youth Cup Preview: Dewsnip's side stay focused on Yeovil. 243
Football: FA Youth Cup Preview: Victory is the spur as derby thoughts put on hold. 335
Football: Faye resigned to Pompey future. 93
Football: Fergie pays tribute to `dignified' Alex; But Scot resists chance to hit back at Wenger. 756
Football: Gerrard to aid charity. 100
Football: Gravesen seeks time to settle. 108
Football: Juan and only; Spanish striker's double keeps Dragons on course. 785
Football: NON LEAGUE: Lightfoot appointed coach; MARINE. 127
Football: NON LEAGUE: Three cheers at Haig Avenue; SOUTHPORT. 155
Football: Outgunned by shooting themselves in the foot; Burnley 1 Liverpool 0. 1270
Football: Perryman: We've got to seize moment. 180
Football: Port pay for not taking chances; Hucknall Town. . . . . 1 Southport . . . . 0. 206
Football: Reds' yellow stars crash and Burn; Benitez feels the heat after FA Cup shock as Traore and Nunez serve up Turf Moor horror show. 1274
Football: Rovers consider Ferguson request. 91
Football: Sav set to sign; Diao deal opens door for star to leave City. 703
Football: Smith: We did just enough to win game. 273
Football: Stevenage want to make City's Stamp their own. 267
Football: Threat to City derby. 161
Football: Thurston gives Marine the edge over rivals; Burscough...1 Marine...2. 193
Football: Villa accept FA's Beattie reprimand. 88
Football: Villains rapped for Beattie `tap-up'. 263
Former Lord Mayor questions planning officers' role in delays. 243
FORMULA ONE: Webber: 2004 was just a blip. 142
Free trial for communications device for those on the move. 120
Golden opportunity for labourers; Sophie Freeman highlights shortage of skilled workers needed to support construction boom. 1313
GOLF: BMW step in. 96
Green fuel breaks into new market; Wood briquettes sold to Germany. 274
Highneal delighted with buy. 96
Hospital manager denies theft of bones. 117
Hospitals cleared for foundation breakaway. 400
HRT pills raise the risk of gallstones. 242
Immigrants smuggled out. 81
Inflation fuelled by Christmas indulgence. 108
Investors go commercial; Confidence grows in business premises as residential yields fall. 464
IT clinics set up for business. 136
Jagger daughter's modelling career begins to bear fruit. 267
Jaguar's recruitment vow; We'll raise awareness of minority groups. 448
JD Sports show signs of recovery. 119
Labour donor pulls out over Blair-Brown rift. 203
Len Capeling: Bernabeu in odd couple pairing. 269
Len Capeling: Lack of fire in belly was hard for fans to stomach; (And that was before last night's Burnley disgrace). 982
Len Capeling: Rafa must understand how much this hurts. . . 690
Len Capeling: So which Gravesen twin will Real be getting? 274
Letter: Big-hearted MP. 287
Letter: Blow to city. 161
Letter: Blue Coat needs the church. 197
Letter: Concert tribute. 83
Letter: Congratulations. 109
Letter: Culture fault. 245
Letter: Eisteddfod . . . the view from Liverpool. 127
Letter: Good luck, Laura. 80
Letter: Maro needed. 106
Letter: No excuses. 159
Letter: No miracles but Carwyn will help. 253
Letter: Post Office fears. 230
Letter: Praise all round. 101
Letter: Stay in Wales. 108
LIFE & FAMILY: How well are you ageing? Finding out if your body clock is racing ahead of the calendar can make huge differences to your life. Jack Doyle and Kate Hodal investigate. 819
Local entrepreneurs issue rallying call to region's potential business and commerce leaders. 172
London eye: National port company considers private option. 1152
Lord Steel brings peace plan to Liverpool. 273
Man sheds half his weight after pioneering surgery. 549
Marines return from duty. 83
Mortgage mis-selling fine ruled excessive. 211
Mother hits jobs milestone. 123
Mother pays pounds 10, 000 bail for murder accused. 185
MPs demand law change after killer is set free; Fury after man served just 33 months. 406
MPs want Thatcher stripped of title. 168
MR BROCKLEBANK: Brum goes all Irish. 420
No regrets over team selection in Cup shock; Benitez:We did not underestimate Burnley Burnley...1 Liverpool...0. 495
Obituary: Spencer Dryden. 360
Oil jobs lost; Lubrizol additives factory to close. 204
On the move. 227
Onslaught of the admen; Glyn Mon Hughes finds there is no escape from pressure to part with your pennies. 1049
Passport forgers jailed. 204
Penthouse views of waterfront could be obliterated. 347
Philip Key's Art's Diary: Brindley has busy season ahead. 230
Philip Key's Art's Diary: Isaacs helps star get over marriage break-up. 290
Philip Key's Art's Diary: KEY Events; THE ARTS EDITOR'S PICK OF THE DAY. 207
Philip Key's Art's Diary: Matt and Tim two no-nonsense geezers; Philip Key talks to local actors back with their two-man show. 500
Pioneer jobs web site in line for top Bafta award. 186
Pizza workers are topping up skills. 317
Plan threat to small firms week; Pressure group warns over surcharge. 352
Police chiefs want to shut down disorderly pubs. 219
Police superintendent in drink shame fights for job. 382
Pope's plea frees kidnapped prelate. 223
pounds 66, 000 for broad band projects; Grants aimed at enhancing lives. 271
Prisoner `traumatised by Stone confession' Cellmate `had to seek help'. 391
Prisoner's horror at murders. 278
profile: Ex-pilot now flying high on holy orders and sales; Tony McDonough meets JOHN MANN, chief executive with Hayes & Finch. 1209
Property prices hit retired. 204
Racing: Lord Transcend aiming for happy Haydock return. 549
Racing: Widemouth to come good. 338
Record profits send store shares soaring. 341
Renovation project marks a new era for resort landowners. 452
Retail rivals kept on toes. 275
Rising high in society. 83
River Dee deal moves closer. 215
RUGBY LEAGUE: Farrell crocked. 98
RUGBY LEAGUE: Farrell out of start of Super League. 93
Rugby Union: Big two set to clash. 109
Rugby Union: Caldy cling on in nail-biting finish. 259
Rugby Union: Crosby side eye up last eight. 176
Rugby Union: Cross-code proving an inspiration - Robinson. 453
Rugby Union: Defeats show the woeful state of Merseyside rugby. 454
Rugby Union: New Brighton eager to retain cup crown. 313
Rugby Union: Park raring to go as Anselmians grab cup win. 322
Rugby Union: Park ready for crunch match against Chester. 363
RUGBY UNION: Robinson hope. 86
Scare over package sent to Plaid MEP. 205
School computers to be kept in custody during holidays. 227
School deputy admits assaults. 457
Seasonal hike. 146
Sharon signs up for Asda TV drive. 100
Shell to hire 1,000 staff. 193
Shock pictures shown to Iraqi abuse hearing. 488
SNOOKER: Last-gasp Ebdon shows true colours. 246
SNOOKER: Parrott teaches Jun Hui a lesson. 92
Some firms could be hard hit by new business rate. 421
Star-studded gala for tsunami relief. 188
Superbug kills OAP. . . but her family does not blame hospital; Woman, 83, died after having an injection. 410
Superjumbo, pride and joy of Europe; Carl Butler saw history in the making as the A380 air bus was unveiled to crowds in Toulouse. 1213
Swimming pool grant could be cut by pounds 84, 500; Nova Centre may close for months to save cash. 455
Tax threat for flood couple whose home lies in ruins. 391
Teachers hit out at exams head. 243
Teenager jailed for Ecstasy dealing. 225
Tennis: `Drug test nightmare made me a fighter' Cleared Rusedski back to his best one year on. 686
TENNIS: Henman's roared on to victory in Melbourne. 483
TENNIS: Rusedski draws inspiration from past troubles. 152
Tennis: US Open champ set to escape dope rap. 220
The beautiful game that is losing players; Mike Chapple investigates the decline in amateur football on Merseyside. 1355
THOUGHT for the DAY. 164
Toddler drowned in garden pool. 167
Top cop quizzed over leak trial collapse. 218
Tourism help for firms. 108
Towering ambitions hanging in balance; Chief Reporter Andy Kelly details the progress of two controversial proposals. 1160
Trading gossip. 337
UK soldiers pictured abusing prisoners; Troops plead not guilty to charges. 718
UN lifts travel ban as Afghanistan joins tsunami aid effort. 230
Under threat; Rarebird populations declining across Wales. 375
Van driver hurt in collision with school minibus. 270
Wannabe pop stars compete on TV for their big chance. 362
Warning on mortgage deal. 105
Why I love . . . Quantity Surveying: Teresa Dwyer, Bellway Homes. 348
Women can't get enough of bending it like Beckham. 313
Worst criticism of WAG policy since `99; Plaid blasts Labour's health `catastrophe'. 367
You're pinched . . . and so are you. 104
Youth, 15, held over murder. 156

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