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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (January 29, 2005)

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A case of deja vu; test Jill Tunstall at Paysanne, Deganwy. 819
Alice Douglas: a survivor's guide to friends and family Ref lected glamour in friend's spectacle. 705
Alice Douglas: How we brought down the curtain on lack of bedroom. 170
All kitted out; Magazine comes to rescue of `foreign' footy club. 374
An angel on my shoulder; Raymond Castrogiovanni tells Jane Gallagher how he used divine inspiration to renovate his house. 851
antiques: Caring for your antiques. 123
antiques: what's it worth? 295
at the bar. . . 651
ATHLETICS: Charity focus. 88
ATHLETICS: Olympian returns. 92
AUSTRALIAN OPEN TENNIS: Dream of home; Australians expect after Hewitt powers into final. 641
AUSTRALIAN OPEN TENNIS: Williams isn't giving up just yet. 223
bar. 305
Blair warning. 82
Bob the Builder doing nicely despite tough conditions. 154
Bogus cabbie assaulted women. 170
Books: Can these books change your life? Yes, say those converted to the self-help revolution. 646
Botox parties may be banned. 95
BOXING: Harrison holds on to title - just. 93
British troops patrol empty streets to enforce election curfew. 214
Burglar who waved axe in raid jailed. 371
Cancer hero Jane raises over pounds 1m. 205
Castles turn red in campaign to raise cash for young. 106
CELEBRITY WATCH: Boss of top soap quits in shake-up. 239
CELEBRITY WATCH: Plenty of sugar lumps in giant chocolate Dougal. 166
Cheshire Forest Hunt chairman vows to abide by the law. 199
Chocs with the personal touch. 259
Clooney's cast of friends; He's got looks, fame, fortune, and - once again - the model girlfriend. But with his new film Ocean's Twelve about to hit our screens, George Clooney is one superstar who always puts his pals first. 1090
Colin Harvey: Blues must keep Arc a in the dark; TALKING TACTICS ON THE WEEKEND GAMES. 570
Comfort eating in a simple style; Chicken and mushroom soup still a classic meal. 284
Conman tricked way into house. 141
Council tax rises loom as police face pounds 12. 7m shortfall. 202
Cricket: India take control thanks to Fazal. 101
Cricket: Maghull confident of a swift return to the top. 253
Cricket: Pietersen unfazed by the South African verbals. 914
CRICKET: Swearing and taunts will never put me off my England dreams; Pietersen hammers Boks in his homeland. 732
Croeso traddodiadol Cymreig yn y cymoedd. 432
Dangerous condition. 131
Doctors forced out by thugs; Village surgery closes after years of vandalism. 344
Double price of booze - police chief. 208
Drink-drive death case doctor fails to have ban and fine reduced. 252
Drug men tortured woman. 198
End of an era as historic school moves. 170
Euro fund lifeline for Welsh regions. 384
Every little horse helps. 147
Fake games and DVDs worth pounds 1m seized at fair. 201
Fans meeting expected to attract 10, 000. 150
fashion: Bright sparks; Shereen Low shows how your wardrobe can add a burst of energy to gloomy winter days. 732
Follow the Bloodlines; Will Marlow finds why actress Emma Pierson's was forced to face her worst fears for her role in a new two part thriller. 631
Football: Airbus itch for victory; WELSH PREMIER. 182
Football: Bala bid to close five-point gap on leaders; CYMRU ALLIANCE. 285
Football: BELLAMY BONUS FOR BUCIE; Birmingham agree pounds 6m feef or Welsh ace Craig. 792
Football: Blues star Kev can silence his Wearside critics; Winger Kilbane is ready for Black Cats' wails. 1140
Football: Bruce rescues outcast Bellamy with pounds 6m bid. 658
Football: Buoyed-up Bay prepare to sink league strugglers; UNIBOND LEAGUE. 264
Football: Burr acquires Carr. 86
Football: Chester add new faces; SWANSEA v CHESTER TODAY, 3PM. 109
Football: Chester aiming to ground high-flying Swans. 401
Football: Chester old boy Collins sets sights on Everton scalp. 234
Football: Doubt over flu victim Sharps. 287
Football: Fergie backing Howard's way; Old Trafford chief exempts American from blame after United's nightmare Carling exit. 1064
Football: Glazer's third bid prompts more fury. 391
Football: Half-term coaching fun for youngsters; COCA-COLA LEAGUE ONE LUTON v TRANMERE, TODAY, 3PM. 229
Football: Henchoz agrees to Celtic transfer. 254
Football: Henchoz agrees to Celtic transfer. 359
Football: Hothshot doubtful for title cruncher; WELSH PREMIER Caersws hit man Evans is set to sit out TNS clash. 452
Football: Injury opens door for Le Tallec. 283
Football: Jones in appeal for Wrexham fund-raiser. 319
Football: Jose - Sir Alex gave valuable example. 313
Football: Kilbane out to show how Black Cats spilt the cream. 1104
Football: Laird's set cup challenge. 116
Football: launch promotion drive. 641
Football: League accept transfers defeat. 96
Football: Little waits on Sharps' fitness for Luton clash; LUTON v TRANMERE TODAY, 3PM. 220
Football: Llanfairpwll face daunting challenge at home; CYMRU ALLIANCE. 185
Football: Llangefni look for double in title drive; CYMRU ALLIANCE. 249
Football: Mourinho pays tribute to `respectful' Ferguson. 261
Football: Moyes backs Everton in both FA Cups. 161
Football: New manager calls for backing for troubled Linnets. 327
Football: Newtown parade recent signings; WELSH PREMIER. 250
Football: Norwich horror can fire-up Boro. 470
Football: Our kid's never scored against us when I've played. . . (let's hope it stays that way). 880
Football: Persuasive fan put shirt on Beattie joining Goodison side. 178
Football: Quashie cup-tied for Pompey clash. 100
Football: Rhyl rally troops; WELSH PREMIER Hulse calls on players to forget cup defeat. 540
Football: Roberts to boost Bay; CYMRU ALLIANCE. 149
Football: Smith backs Ferguson over transfer saga. 223
Football: Smith: Loyalty is for fans, not for us. 334
Football: Stalemate over fee for Edu move. 105
Football: There's no pressure on us, claims McCarthy. 209
Football: Town to fight for precious points; WELSH PREMIER. 232
Football: VIEW FROM THE STANDS: Beattie should get off the mark; FANS FORUM. 368
Football: We won't devalue `fantastic' FA Cup. 573
Football: We won't devalue `fantastic' FA Cup; Irvine insists full-strength Everton will take competition seriously. 556
gardening: garden diary . . . 150
Gardening: gardening diary. 160
gardening: How to avoid design disaster; Hannah Stephenson on taking the risk out of large-scale landscaping. 338
Gardening: Planning ahead. 511
gardening: plant of the week snowdrop (galanthus). 123
Gardening: Seville oranges add a refreshing tang. 1097
Golden futures for trio. 166
Golf: `Rejuvenated' Dougherty steals Singapore limelight. 809
GOLF: Dougherty steals limelight in Singapore. 445
Good returns for private landlords. 164
Grants to promote excellent teaching; Universities get pounds 13. 5m. 568
Harriet gets new liver after appeal. 124
He wanted to get away from the rat race. . . then he died at his dream hom e; Tributes to popular sailor and DJ killed in Spain. 595
He's a hero to take on this job. 320
Holiday couple fly home in shock after boat crash; Seven tourists killed in Thailand tragedy. 457
homemade chocolates ( makes 30 ). 314
Hope on the horizon for first-time buyers. 497
hot spot of the week. 96
Hotelier to get pounds 138, 000. 135
How the billions have changed Merseyside's pauper image. 507
Hunt leaders lose fight but stay defiant; Judges say Parliament Act valid. 407
Hunters' last stand? Alliance plans to take case to appeal. 488
If I thought that I could make some poor hapless soul's life easier by eating misshapen vegetables, I certainly would. 679
interiors: Haven of peace; Gabrielle Fagan on how to enjoy the spa experience from the comfort of your own bathroom. 786
Internet students pick up degrees at University of Liverpool. 221
Iraq violence mars start of election in UK; Expatriates head for the polls. 483
Jane's monumental efforts raise pounds 1, 150, 000. 132
Job cuts blamed on building projects; pounds 20m funding crisis. 372
Jobs fear over Duracell merger. 295
Justice at last for Lady in the Lake; Husband convicted of wife's murder. 614
Lady in the Lake murderer gets life; Justice 29 years after wife's death. 554
Legend in the hot seat; As a chat show host Jonathan Davies says he gets really nervous. 561
Less fear of terror attack. 89
Living the high life; Sue Kelbrick reaches for the skies in Unity's Chapel Street development. 264
Lle i enaid gael llonydd. 262
Luxury homes. 307
Man bitten in attack outside club. 93
Man fighting for life after crash with Liverpool star's car. 300
New challenges as Euro cash runs out; Larry Neild and Alice Fordham explain why vital investment must be maintained. 533
New homes. 200
New hotel at Lion Quays creates 40 jobs. 163
New Museum of Liverpool plan gets mixed reception; I don't think it could be built, says expert. 523
overheard. 515
Parents to fight on. 165
PC and former officers face corruption charges. 165
Pensioner escapes driving ban; Woman, 72, caught speeding for fourth time. 419
Police chief was twice the limit. 234
QUESTION TIME . . . 10 to test your TV knowledge. 216
Racing: All looks well for Pipe team. 371
Regency Park, Widnes. 234
Region escapes poverty status; But economic growth could cost millions in Euro grants. 502
Register office to close in April. 121
Reprieve for hospital wards; Victory for campaigners after vote opposing closure plan. 515
Review of `mole' case. 330
roedio lwybr wyddiant. 812
Rooms full of love; Gabrielle Fagan offers a few ideas to turn your home into a shrine to love. 1147
RUGBY LEAGUE: Warriors fight to keep hooker. 162
RUGBY LEAGUE: Warriors intent on keeping Newton. 256
Rugby Union: Brighton need boost. 513
Rugby Union: ldrivalsthrow wayformbook. 414
Rugby Union: LOCAL RUGBY UNION Waterloo aim to tame the former Tigers; Rugby Preview. 340
RUGBY UNION: Skipper Robinson fit to face Wales. 253
Rugby Union: Tindall torment leaves Robinson crossing fingers. 394
saturday THOUGHT. 299
Scrap BBC governors, says panel. 92
Shoplifter Lennon. 133
Shut it! Mersey TV says no to Grange Hill fan's web tribute; Dispute over pictures from much-loved school drama. 634
Sir Anthony tops Welsh show biz rich-list. 251
Six of the best. 822
SOAPBOX . . . (Week beginning Monday, January 31 ). 271
SPANISH DREAM ENDS IN HORROR; N. Wales man found dead under yacht. 112
Staff to fight plans to cut university jobs. 341
star GAZING: Five criticised over horrific mailing. 108
star GAZING: Traffic drummer Capaldi dies at 60; BRINGING YOU GOSSIP FROM ACROSS THE GLOBE. 124
sure BET: Pompey punt. 168
sure BET: What price Becks and Owen coming to club near you? TAKE A GAMBLE. 389
SWIMMING: Swimming bid. 84
take five . . . reduced sugar baked beans. 160
Takeover would make P&G world's biggest. 150
Tara the temptress; Alun Prichard on how a Welsh actress will be upsetting the lives of Footballers Wives. 665
Tax increase fears over grant to police; The investment provided by the government will secure policing that is visible, responsive to public needs and available in the neighbourhood Hazel Blears. 469
Teenager is charged with man's death; Victim, 22, died of severe injuries. 254
Tennis: Better Lleyton never for dreaming Hewitt. 632
The biggest selling group of all time. 90
the essentials: 10 questions; Alan Bates, hypnotist, from Little Stanney. 406
the essentials: Big Garden Birdwatch. 155
the essentials: hot - not. 182
the essentials: National Chip Week. 128
the essentials: try it today. 128
The practical joker who's serious about his work and friends; George Clooney tells a swooning Eileen Condon about love at first sight, making Ocean's Twelve and bringing out the gay vote with Brad Pitt. 1044
The Queen offers to share train carriage. 228
this week's chores. 150
THOUGHT for the WEEK. 105
Top winners of Objective. 197
Travel: . . . ON COUNTRY MATTERS. 521
Travel: deal of the week. 152
Travel: late breaks. 431
travel: late deals. 153
Travel: Ossum land of natural beauty; Perrott Phillips enjoys the West Coast of America. 1163
travel: valentine's special . . . 324
travel: Wheretime toodstill. 1146
Two robbed. 144
UK sales cheer H&M. 204
Vaccine suspension costs Chiron pounds 12m; Race to win new orders. 314
VIEW FROM THE STANDS: Nervous crowd unsettles players; FANS FORUM. 315
Waterloo, pounds 350, 000. 86
We must act now to save the lives of our teenagers; Victim's mum launches young heart failure drive. 365
week in erddig. 362
Wemust stand tall without Euro crutch. 340
When our school decided to put on Summer Holiday, we never expected one of The Shadows to join us. 540
wild wales: bird watch. 335
wild wales: rambles and scrambles - the arans. 487
wild wales: The aliens have lande; Alun Prichard reveals the threat posed to our marine life by invading species hitching a lift to our shores. 461
Winter warmer; Tired of long, grey days? Take a look around Hafod and your mind will soon fast forward to summer. 326
Woman, daughter killed OAP. 175
YOU SAID IT . . . Quotes of the week. 101
Zimbabwe faces famine; Mugabe leads country to brink of disaster. 352

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