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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (January 6, 2005)

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`Sperm sorter' finds the good cells. 191
25 killed as rebels target Iraqi police in surge of violence. 273
A note of joy and sadnessjoy; He is retiring from the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, where he blew a mellow horn, but Russian soldiers once fired at a photograph of this veteran musician. 1192
A picture of health - but Daniel needs new kidney. 164
Agency creditors will get nothing. 442
Airbus predicts bright future for superjumbo. 223
Angharad follows in the footsteps of auntie Nerys. 365
APPOINTMENTS: My First Step To Success: PAUL DICKSON - Dedicated to aiding city's regeneration; Michelle Rushton meets PAUL DICKSON, head of neighbourhood regeneration, Maritime Housing. 381
Appointments: Shaping the way we work, rest and play in Wales. 510
Arson closes part of school. 136
Arts Diary: 50 years in the making. 149
Arts Diary: Bernie's spidery pen draws strange history of Liverpool. 238
Arts Diary: Have a romp with The Knicker Lady; Anything goes at the Gateway Theatre. Philip Key looks at what's coming. 393
Assembly plans `too limited'. 188
Baby joy for cancer woman. 83
BBC soap slumps in ratings battle. 207
Beat the rush: 21 items most likely to be `in' for 2005; Louise Douglas investigates the big trends in fashion, interiors and lifestyle in 2005. 867
Beauty: Have the resolution to keep getting fit; Laura Davis gets some advice on how to ensure your gym membership works out. 690
Beauty: Liz Collinge: Ageing make-up must be dumped. 686
Bodies exhumed in GP murder probe; Two taken for post mortem as doctor awaits trial. 416
Bookies on back foot after pounds 3m payout. 375
BOXING: Harrison hope. 93
Cashier stole from OAP friends. 104
Chart-toppers with Welsh connections. 465
Chef denies threats to kill. 80
Chip shop part of historical display. 148
Churches to merge as cash shake-up hits; Worshippers must pay rector's wages. 327
City shrugs off fears over student village `ghettoes'. 518
Clooney and Julia Roberts top most beautiful people poll. 180
Clothes bill tops pounds 96, 000. 243
Company in a pounds 10m pickle. 145
Conman posed as Trust volunteer; Three businessmen were swindled out of thousands of pounds. 423
Coping with careless whispers; Hannah Stephenson finds out how to cope with damaging gossip. 1024
country DIARY. 94
Crackdown on car sales. 90
Cricket: Australia cruise to victory. 274
CRICKET: Clubs suffer village ban. 140
Cricket: Fletcher not giving up just yet as he calls for patience from his players. 360
CRICKET: Flintoff a worry as England face defeat; Freddie goes for x-rays and may be out of tour. 615
Cricket: Vaughan fails again as England on the brink. 776
CRICKET: Vaughan falls short again. 389
DAILY POST COMMENT: Play it again. 137
DAILY POST COMMENT: School drug testing is for the best. 257
Damilola murder suspects re-arrested; Three questioned as detectives make DNA breakthrough. 586
Damilola: 3 quizzed; DNA breakthrough in murder inquiry. 241
Dangers of sentimental lawmaking. 499
Danish architect in line to design new museum; Company wins contract to research pounds 65m city project. 581
DARTS: Wolfie holds his nerve to secure last-eight clash. 368
David Cottrell: Back to basics. 90
David Cottrell: i can't live without. 92
David Cottrell: i want one. 89
David Cottrell: Ignore the gossiping of gurus and get on with living. 557
David Cottrell: nice bit of kit. 114
David Cottrell: on the grapevine. 91
David Cottrell: PR puff of the week. 88
Developers change their storeys; Plans altered in bid to get shopping scheme approved. 389
Drama group in TV trip to Argentina. 184
Early discounts tempt shoppers. 281
Fashion: Rolling back the years; Laura Davis likes the look of Topshop's spring collection. 449
Firm fined pounds 10, 000 after truck crash; Injured dumpster driver says penalty is `a joke'. 465
Fond farewell after four decades' service from Elfed. 162
Football hooligans jailed for rampage. 158
Football: `Monster' club the right place for me; Elated Beattie eyes Europe as Blue passion proves lure. 1523
Football: Ambitious Beattie `can be the new Dixie Dean' Kenwright's persuasive plea helps sway striker to make pounds 6m Goodison move. 810
Football: Blues complete Blake capture. 91
Football: Blunder officials handed Turf Moor tie. 156
Football: BOOKMAKERS pay out on Mendes "goal". 93
Football: Bruce banishes Robbie to the reserves. 153
Football: Carry on linesman. 138
Football: Chester turn down Hull bid for Ellison. 286
Football: Davies leads revival; NWC CHALLENGE CUP Colwyn Bay 7 Llandudno Junction 2. 115
Football: FA ready to trial goal-line sensors. 293
Football: Giggs blow. 196
Football: Harried Dragons in appeal D-Day; Receivers in London to retrieve 10 points. 547
Football: In-form Gaerwen save best for 2005. 236
Football: JAMES BEATTIE'S FIRST MAJOR EVERTON INTERVIEW: BEATTIE: MY BLUE DREAM; Signing is impressed by Moyes' ambition. 1425
Football: Keegan appeals for Wright-Phillips to stay. 290
Football: Law-makers are open to new technology ideas. 482
Football: Morientes snag as defender signs in. 412
Football: PELLEGRINO SIGNS IN; But Real stall over Morientes deal. 328
Football: Phillips double can't seal victory; PREMIERSHIP Southampton 3 Fulham 3. 244
Football: REFEREE DEBATE: THE `GOAL' FALL-OUT: I can't run as fast as Linford Christie; Linesman has no regrets over missing Spurs `goal'. 407
Football: REFEREE DEBATE: THE `GOAL' FALL-OUT: TV replays will ruin the pace of the game. 401
Football: Royle denies Kuqi interest by Bolton. 101
Football: Saha-viour; United pinning hopes on French star. 398
Football: Savage GAGGED: Always his own man, Sav refuses to hide; WELSH FOOTBALL'S MOST CONTROVERSIAL STAR CAN'T SPEAK HIS MIND Mark Currie, the journalist who knows Savage best, gives his view on where next for the Wales international. 639
Football: Supporters raise toast to retiring Yates's spirit. 886
Football: Un-Sporting Chelsea claim. 80
Football: We will make you the new Dixie Dean. 465
Football: Zidane pen wins resumed match. 90
FORMULA ONE: Duo sign deals. 88
Four out of 10 Britons lie awake at night worrying. 180
Girl finds knife in Christmas cracker; Shocking discovery at mayor's festive do. 476
Heathrow will be main hub for superjumbos. 290
HORSE WHISPERS: Strange tales from a lifetime in the saddle; Former BHS Cymru chairman Mike Roberts recalls some bizarre stories that have coloured a full and varied career of working with horses. 713
Hospitals' Welsh Beef deal. 221
How to hunt and stay within law; War footing to see sport through `temporary ban'. 706
Hunting Act dog loophole. 103
Hybrid vigour offers `new direction' for UK dairy cattle. 220
Injured diver flying home for treatment. 803
Inquiry into CCTV spying; Three council workers suspended. 395
interiors: objects. 190
Interiors: Simple change of style; Gabrielle Fagan finds out how your home can be given a fresh look without turning it upside down. 784
International trade rockets. 385
Jude Law set marry. 97
Kate Roberts: Caring - there's a resolution worth making and keeping. 535
Learners' work recognised by Lantra awards. 337
Left for dead; Pup found dumped on a roadside with her tail cut in half and cigarette stub marks on her belly. 310
Letter: Cinema saved. 245
Letter: Fund-raiser. 145
Letter: ID cards. 181
Letter: Labour success. 188
Letter: Parks locked. 124
Letter: Pensions mess. 198
Letter: Taxi rip-off. 146
Letter: Tsunami is a human tragedy. 106
Levy hot favourite for novel double. 243
LOCAL ATHLETICS: Buntin makes winning return; Next big date at Arrowe Park. 462
LOCAL ATHLETICS: Wright targeting fourth consecutive victory in cross country series. 303
Milk a million litres to stay afloat. 309
Missing girl may have been attacked in illegal taxi. 421
Missing student may have had lift in illegal cab. 240
Mother's search ends in despair; Liverpool woman pays tribute to her son at Thai cremation. 440
MOTOR SPORT: McRae flown to hospital. 127
N Korea ready to face US. 137
Nelson touch at arts centre. 202
Next sales up - but profits will be lower than expected. 150
Obituary: Humphrey Carpenter. 349
ON THIS DAY . . . 168
Open day. 80
Out and About: Donkeys' delight. 197
Out and About: Union men get life membership. 187
Parents' complaints spark review of school sex leaflet. 513
People DETECTIVE: Do you remember my nain? 315
People DETECTIVE: Help us honour bomber heroes. 471
Playing is a high priority in resort youth worker's job. 407
Playing it cool; Student to sit final exams on sub-zero Norwegian island. 371
Plea to ditch opera full of obscenities. 318
POST PAST: Fans set for another Cup pilgrimage. 347
POST PAST: Header from Barnes finally buried Burnley; MAGIC MEMORIES OF THE MERSEY SOCCER SCENE. 361
Praise for hospital under threat. 103
Pregnant mother stabbed to death in street. 167
Price discounts help boost retailers' sales. 335
RACING: Have confidence in Maxie. 379
Racing: Have confidence in Maxie. 384
RACING: McCain's Light run at Haydock. 90
RALLYING: McRae crashes out of Dakar. 81
Rams add flair to flock; Anglesey farmer David Williams tells Jill Roberts why he switched to Beltex rams. 709
Record-breaking Eurostar on track for first-ever profit. 204
Riding fashion defies the ban on hunting. 316
Sailing to glory. 132
School tests pupils for drugs. 148
Second date for Girls Aloud. 92
Sharon ready to get tough with settlers. 422
Smokers need drive to quit. 224
Smuggled missile `could have shot down airliner'. 353
SNOOKER: I'm too hit and miss. 346
Stabbing victim's ambulance ordeal. 376
Star Jolie sizzles at London premiere of Alexander. 303
Students shun sport. 167
Stunt cyclist flips over Einstein. 168
Teenager tells of party shootings. 168
TENNIS: Federer on fire as beaten Rusedski left to suffer in Qatar heat. 343
TENNIS: Greg beaten. 88
Testing: Getting back in shape; Peter Jenkinson looks at six of the best examples of low-price fitness equipment. 451
The CAP must fit if you want cash; `No sympathy' with compliance moans. 455
The market force; David Williams meets auctioneer Roger Griffiths, the man who put the heart back into Llanrwst. 1343
THOUGHT for the DAY. 86
Tories `would halt Child Tax Credit repayments misery'. 185
Tories name new candidate. 144
trends: Celebrity Agas can expand anybody's kitchen range; Carl Nagaitis finds out Agas are more in demand than ever, especially ones sprinkled with stardust. 603
TRUST THE POST: Down memory lane. 477
TSUNAMI AFTERMATH: Survivor's grim task. 246
TSUNAMI AFTERMATH: Wales at a standstill in tribute to the dead. 275
TSUNAMI SILENCE: A silent tribute shares sorrow of catastrophe; Adrian Butler and Mark Cobley report on how many paid their respects to victims of the tsunami. 579
TSUNAMI SILENCE: Blair vows time for action as tens of millions pay their respects. 285
TSUNAMI SILENCE: Colleagues and friends organise fund-raiser after company director is lost in disaster. 181
TSUNAMI SILENCE: Sri Lankans in Merseyside grieve for lost friends. 538
TSUNAMI VICTIM IN FIGHT TO SAVE LEG; N. Wales diver suffers horrific injuries. 766
Virus scare school reopens. 232
Wage packet war that is still raging; Liam Murphy looks at women's continuing battle for equal pay. 1407
Wales of the UNEXPECTED: Conjuror's place in folklore. 427
Wales' greatest number 1s; The singles chart will soon be celebrating its 1, 000th number one. Gareth Bicknell looks at the history of Welsh artists who have contributed to the UK's favourite singles. 769
Warning to teen models. 145
We won't really be roaming that much; Why farmers needn't fear the access law. 554
Who is watching the watchers? 340
Woman left at side of road for 40 minutes after crash. 129
Working class Lennon worried about missing out on NHS care; Revealing letter on sale for pounds 25, 000. 601
Your LETTERS: Not so Nobel. 115
Your LETTERS: Parking sense. 292
Your LETTERS: Protect us, not the knife thugs. 244
Your LETTERS: Wales cares too. 115
Your LETTERS: We are helping wave victims. 137
Youth held over car horror. 105

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