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

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. . . ON COUNTRY MATTERS. 608
`These proposals will simply allow drunken people to get more tanked up'. 287
10 questions: Paul Newman, Director of Sales and Marketing for Living Ventures Ltd. 143
150 MEMORABLE WELSH SPORTING MOMENTS. 118
240 MILES TO SEE A DENTIST; NHS shortage forces gran to travel to Derbyshire. 87
A survivor's guide to friends and family: My day of `rest' flew by in a blur of impulsive behaviour. 889
Accused family quit home before hearing. 351
Acting the goat; No reason to be fearful in winter or summer. 402
Aled top of poll; Star voted Wales' music personality of the year. 348
Altar `boy' claims world record after 82 years. 166
Antiques: What's it worth? 414
Art organisations put on surprise party for Phil Key's 60th birthday. 267
At the bar. . . 675
ATHLETICS: Haile optimistic. 87
BBC says sorry for sectarian blunder. 95
Bird watch. 340
Blair to attend Holocaust ceremony. 202
Books: Wok and roll; Want healthy, tasty meals in a hurry? Gabrielle Fagan has the perfect solution. 613
Business angels in Welsh heaven. 357
Caught speeding four days in a row. 200
Celebrities out in cold after surprise double eviction from Big Brother house. 201
City's binge-drinking set to hit new heights; Pubs and clubs will open for longer. 148
Concert date. 87
Couple lose their second daughter in 18 months; Sisters both killed in road crashes in California. 492
CRICKET: Aussies singing in the rain as weather foils Windies. 378
CRICKET: Bootle face Maghull in search of their `Holy Grail'. 285
CRICKET: Lewis happy to continue wait - at least for day; England bowler ready to enter Test stage after wash-out. 741
CRICKET: Rain delays Lewis a little longer. 288
Daily Post Comment: Boost for trade but a danger to nation's health. 372
Daily Post Comment: We must help catch knife fiends. 231
Death-crash doctor appeals; Bid to have drink-drive sentence reduced. 304
Discover the right price; Sue Kelbrick finds two new internet sites that let you find out how much next door is worth. 489
Diver badly hurt in tsunami comes back for treatment. 349
DJ quizzed over wife assault claim; Radio City star bailed. 373
Drama santes Davina, a chwantau'r cor. 421
Driver killed as car hits lorry at expressway suicide spot. 225
Drug-smuggling pensioner gets three years. 127
Drunken racist gets eight months. 146
Edge of the countryside; Sue Kelbrick discovers a modern retreat. 208
Emergency services primed for increase in violence and illness. 218
End drunk violence or you'll pay for it; Trouble pubs face police bill. 386
Fashion: Hit the slopes in style. 473
Film trails aim to help boost tourism in region. 219
Firm's threesome clock up 135 years service. 131
Food & Drink: Consolation prize Vietnamese style; Oliver Fennell at Saigon Bistro, Connah's Quay. 946
Food: Red hot warmer for winter days; Winter vegetables (makes enough as vegetable accompaniment for a small family). 520
Football: Addicks are reinforced. 108
Football: Anelka is warned; WEST BROM v MAN CITY 5. 15pm. 99
FOOTBALL: Anglesey cruncher; CYMRU ALLIANCE. 111
Football: Arsenal stars sign; ARSENAL v N'CASTLE Sun 4. 05pm. 103
Football: Bates backing Blackwell. 183
FOOTBALL: Bay boss mulls over Furlong recall; UNIBOND LEAGUE. 189
Football: Beattie in spotlight as Moyes keeps eye on striker; Barclays Premiership Everton v Charlton Goodison Park, today, 3pm Blues boss wants to get best out of star signing. 885
Football: Beckham will still be picked. 96
Football: Benitez hails Carson as one for the future. 670
Football: Benitez won't be distracted from the bigger picture. 1199
Football: Benitez: Carson is one for the future. 735
Football: BLUES CHASE WALES ACE; Moyes poised to bid for pounds 5m Davies. 395
Football: Blues watch for Beattie goes on; PREMIERSHIP EVERTON v CHARLTON ATHLETIC, TODAY, 3PM. 835
FOOTBALL: Buckley bidding to hit Halkyn with backlash; CYMRU ALLIANCE. 202
FOOTBALL: Caersws' Port aim. 125
Football: Curbishley questions Everton's placing in top four. 385
FOOTBALL: Davies signs in; WELSH PREMIER Rhyl snap up United old boy for title push. 592
Football: Depleted sqaud for Palace clash; C PALACE v SPURS 3pm. 111
Football: Eagles eyes his chance at Watford. 250
Football: FANS FORUM: Our fans deserve a share of the glory. 371
Football: FANS FORUM: Spaniard has his priorities all wrong. 296
Football: FANS FORUM: Victories throw up formation dilemma. 289
Football: Ferguson admits Chelsea lead may be unassailable. 290
FOOTBALL: Gar-sides with Bangor. 174
Football: Gunners duo to stay at Highbury. 290
Football: Houllier was right to call me the new Vieira - Diao; BIRMINGHAM v FULHAM 3pm. 648
Football: Injury woe for Skem. 198
FOOTBALL: Irons adds fire to Cofi's survival fight; Former Tranmere veteran lends experience. 346
Football: Jimmy's appeal to Boro boo boys; NORWICH v BORO 3pm. 105
Football: Jones deal scuppered ahead of Rochdale; Chester may pursue Tranmere Rovers striker despite setback. 374
Football: Linwood hopes for a Rovers promotion; TRANMERE v WALSALL TODAY 3PM. 174
Football: Linwood poised to make first start. 234
FOOTBALL: Llandyr must win to keep race open; CYMRU ALLIANCE. 260
Football: Massive opportunity for Watson's Southport side. 425
Football: Misfiring Dragons without strike duo; Coca-Cola League One Chesterfield v Wrexham Saltergate, today, 3pm Armstrong and Sam now on casualty list. 749
Football: Mourinho gloats as rivals' mind games fall flat; CHELSEA v PORTSMOUTH. 303
Football: Moyes ponders move for pounds 5m-rated Davies; Everton poised to make bid for Tottenham winger as Moyes seeks reinforcements. 522
Football: New Leeds supremo is ready for challenge; Bates had to renew his love affair with football. 600
FOOTBALL: NEWI Cefn Druids. 108
FOOTBALL: Nomads are finally playing catch-up. 225
Football: Not my fault says Wenger. 132
Football: Rankine retains edge to stay hungry for success. 877
Football: Redknapp looks for Quashie quality to heap further misery on Liverpool. 396
Football: Rush ready for the Dale; CHESTER v ROCHDALE TODAY 3PM. 168
Football: Savage: City used me like a punch-bag. 424
Football: Short-term pain is long-term gain; Barclays Premiership Southampton v Liverpool St Mary's, today, 12. 45pm Reds must be prepared to suffer for Benitez to make club great again. 861
Football: Sir Alex: Winning title is huge task; Barclays Premiership Man Utd v Aston Villa Old Trafford, today, 3pm I can't see Chelsea slipping up, says Fergie. 722
Football: TALKING TACTICS ON THE GAMES: Keep the ball on the deck to exploit sluggish defence. 441
Football: TALKING TACTICS ON THE GAMES: Too quick and too subtle not to earn three points; PREMIERSHIP EVERTON v CHARLTON ATHLETIC, TODAY, 3PM. 461
Football: Vics grow in confidence. 201
Football: Villa chief urges his players to show fight. 268
Football: Welsh extends Anfield contract. 215
Funny business sends Stiller laughing all the way to the bank; He earns $15m a movie. . . and he starred in five last year. But Ben Stiller still sees himself more like the hapless Gaylord Focker, who he plays in latest film, Meet The Fockers, than an A-list Hollywood superstar. 891
Fury over Jobcentre axe. 190
Gardening: Crocus. 111
Gardening: Grow your own cold remedies; Hannah Stephenson finds relief from winter ailments in the garden plant of the week. 601
Gardening: Plant of the week: sempervivum. 292
Gardening: Queen of the North. 670
Gardening: This week's chores. 180
Gateway roads go-ahead; pounds 3. 4m scheme before facelift. 428
Gig's pounds 1m target for tsunami relief; Superstars to perform free at rock marathon. 399
Gold firm to axe 14 in move to China. 426
Golf: Leader Moore the merrier; South African claims home advantage. 511
GOLF: Titch marches to top of leaderboard. 335
Guilty of a `truly evil' murder; Teenage Marilyn Manson fan stripped, bound and stabbed his girlfriend, 14-year-old Jodi Jones, in copy cat killing. 559
Hamas suspends attacks; Palestinian police patrol border. 394
Have your say about the NHS. 202
Home comforts close to nature. 310
Hopeless search for dentist. 176
Hot spot of the week. 112
Housewife's choice quiz. 305
How Lord Nelson helped Liverpool to greatness; His legacy is still part of the port's fabric 200 years after Trafalgar. 752
I found NHS dentist - the only trouble is, it's in Derbyshire. . . 484
In a class of her own; Labelled subversive at school Julie Walters is now playing the true life role of a legendary teacher. Wil Marlow reports. 592
Interiors: Want to wake up next to a stunner? Bedside table that is. Let Gabrielle Fagan be your guide to finding a perfect sleeping companion n. 790
Investment opportunity; WEST DERBY, pounds 695, 000. 108
Liverpool braced for 24-hour drinking; Deborah James uncovers grave concerns about the new licensing laws. 982
LONDON MARKET. 291
Lover's fury. 88
Luxury Homes: Formby, pounds 595, 000. 149
Luxury Homes: Manley, Cheshire, pounds 995, 000. 164
Luxury Homes: The house that Stuart rebuil; Jane Gallagher views a home that was once little more than a wrecked shell. 682
Major denies his order led to Iraq abuse. 394
Making a splash; Gabrielle Fagan gets some ideas to add a little luxury to the bathroom. 1035
Morgan opens unit for elderly. 285
Most towns too dear for first-time buyers. 190
MOTOR SPORT: Monte Carlo treble in sight. 152
New drive against underage drinking. 167
New homes: Birchdale, Appleton, near Stockton Heath. 176
New homes: Richmond Park, Noctorum. 180
Officer escaped trial. 100
Old inn gets ready for next 100 years. 311
Omagh plea. 80
Overheard. 487
Paisley says IRA must rebuild trust. 82
Peel sends out pounds 100m bid signal; Major move on Docks shares. 407
pounds 2. 5m expansion programme at docks. 225
Racing: Drink to Tavern success. 325
RACING: Mercer aiming for Truckers Tavern repeat at Haydock. 486
Rambles and scrambles: Ruins & railways. 452
Ramsay rant up for TV award. 109
RUGBY LEAGUE: `Roo tied down. 103
RUGBY LEAGUE: Lyon turns from pig hunting to pot hunting. 320
RUGBY UNION: All change as County set up gets new look. 213
RUGBY UNION: LSH boost as key men make their comebacks. 456
RUGBY UNION: Mapp return provides brighter outlook for Brighton. 410
RUGBY UNION: Shoguns aiming for bigger prize. 269
RUGBY UNION: Wrexham coach is relishing mission; Aby is determined to revive the fallen giants. 414
Russell murders witness `trusted'. 399
Saturday THOUGHT. 292
Sharon launches tsunami single. 305
Sheila and Sean: Indulge yourself in the long dark nights. 722
Shock over fork lift truck death; Probes into accident at old chemical plant. 310
Six of the best. 854
Slaymaker arserch. 829
SNOOKER: Late worry for champ Ronnie. 93
SNOOKER: Rocket survives lean spell. 189
SOAPBOX . . . (Week beginning Monday, January 24). 265
Student touched hundreds of lives. 226
Subversive student Julie inspired by a legendary teacher; Julie Walters tells Wil Marlow about her latest role, why she worries for her daughter, the return of Mrs Overall and her love for Coronation Street. 1045
Support wind farm plan urges minister. 227
Sure BET: Arsenal can overhaul leaders but best to go with top six today 3. 35. 320
Sure BET: Long term bet. . . 147
Sure BET: Lord to Transcend rivals. 218
Take five . . . low-fat meals. 153
Taxman is king of the mountains. 297
Teacher must do unpaid work. 210
Teenager held after girl's body found. 81
TENNIS: Baltacha is keen to build on good run. 557
TENNIS: Elena's promise; Brit bows out but vows to come back stronger. 650
TENNIS: Safin keeps cool to pass Ancic and book spot in third round. 304
TENNIS: Skupski scoops US title before just missing doubles crown. 207
The essentials. 404
The essentials: Going green. 88
The essentials: Help with moving home. 81
The essentials: Hot or not. 195
There's no song quite like Grandma. 400
Thieving addict jailed for 3 1/2 years. 117
THOUGHT for the WEEK. 103
Threat to new-look resort; Council's planning blueprint scrapped. 501
To have been educated in one of the country's top schools and still commit such a huge social gaff is not only insulting but totally baffling. 618
Travel: Deal of the week. 160
Travel: Land of unspoilt delights; Laura Davis discovers the hidden charms of Belgium. 1035
Travel: Late breaks. 433
Travel: Short breaks. 179
Travel: Skiing. 97
Travel: St Luc gets my Piste Idol vote. 1127
Travel: Valentine's ideas. 256
Truly evil: teenager guilty of murdering girlfriend; Goth rock killer faces years in jail. 426
Tsunami relief; In the spirit of Live Aid top acts are coming to Cardiff for a flood disaster charity concert. Alun Prichard reports on the top name line up and how you can make a difference. 589
Tsunami survivor battles to save leg. 468
Warning to pupils. 125
Week in erddig. 358
Welsh singing sensation to open Cardiff music spectacular. 244
Which desperate housewife are you? How do you identify with the hot new TV show that lifts the lid on ``perfect'' suburban life? 579
Woman went missing in the night. 206
Worker spent night in cells. 178
Worse record of tolerance for Christian faith schools; Ofsted confirms facts after Muslims' blast. 406
Y gystadleuaeth am goron Waw Ffactor yn cychwyn poethi; Waw Ffactor Nos Wener, S4C, 8. 25pm. 247
You drove at a man and wrecked his life; Teenager gets 22 months after victim left disabled. 413
YOU SAID IT . . . Quotes of the week. 153

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