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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (July 9, 2005)

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'I can't stop joyrider son; Mum 'powerless' to keep 13-year-old at home. 426
10 questions; Dougal Paver, is the managing director of creative agency Paver Downes. 247
100 of our bobbies put on the G8 beat. 236
Antiques: What's it worth. 384
Armed pair steal cash. 92
At the bar. 663
ATHLETICS: Collins support for relay heroes. 322
ATHLETICS: Supremo backs his relay team medalists. 207
Baugur to withdraw from Somerfield bid. 260
Bed-sharing cot death risk. 272
Boat crash. 81
Books: Say cheese; Whether it's a sweet pud or a cool salad, the choice is endless Fiona Beckett proves in her new book by Gabrielle Fagan. 487
Boots in ad blitz to revive stores. 165
Bosses in drive to build top managers. 237
BOXING: Froch eager to move u in class. 353
Brave bobbies to be hailed. 303
Catherine stalker jailed for 3 years. 189
Cerddoriaeth yn cynnig tawelwch meddwl. 399
Chester City Living: Capital idea for a home investment. 451
Christmas comes early; at least it will do for the budding composer who clinches our pounds 1,000 carol concert prize. 363
Cot death research advice. 186
Country matters. 578
Crazy days; How I lunge from sane mum to raging bag of hormones... all in the space of 24 hours. 914
Cricket: All-Celtic final on cards in ICC Trophy. 194
Cricket: Australians relishing tough summer. 320
Cricket: Champions target a double celebration; Llandudno out to make history in cup. 555
Cricket: Davies is doubtful. 127
Cricket: Hall plot an upset against Northern. 288
Cricket: Lancashire take control after Durham crumble. 282
Cricket: Northop's desperate search for seamer to stave off drop; Liverpool Competition. 579
Cricket: Record-breaking Prestatyn bid to step up their title charge. 245
Cricket: Victory overshadowed by London tragedy. 438
Cricket: Widnes look to upstage big-hitters Solihull; Cheshire County League. 354
Cricket: Win overshadowed by London tragedy; Vaughan: It put sport and life into perspective. 661
Cut-throat business was busiest in town; Well-loved character captured on camera. 344
Cycling: McEwen's drunk on another stage win. 301
CYCLING: Second win for Aussie. 196
Dad angry at delay to Deepcut probe; Deadline extended after last-minute evidence. 367
Datgelu'r dyn y tu Ol i'r ddelwedd gyhoeddus. 254
Fashion: Home rule; Shereen Low on why nows the perfect time to buy British. 552
Father relives terrifying knife attack in pub. 199
Final pictures of murdered mum; Police hope CCTV images will jog memories. 378
Five yobs causing havoc. 150
Food & drink : Quick and saucy; Add a subtle touch to salmon, chicken or steak. 393
Food & drink : Sheila & Sean: Double your pleasure, make a marinade. 706
Food & drink : Take five . . tubs of coleslaw. 146
Food & drink: at the bar; The words powerful and intense certainly fit the bill for Zinfandel. 315
Food & drink: I applaud Geldof for using his celebrity status for the good of others... it's a pity more of them can't be like him. 723
Food & drink: Lambs liver with beetroot and horseradish serves 2. 159
Food & drink: Saucy but nice; taste test Roland Hughes at The Boot Inn, Northop. 903
Food & drink: You are offal ...but I like you. 408
Football: Addicks hoping to add to Ambrose. 269
Football: Beattie Blues fans are still behind me; Kevin keen on new men. 453
Football: Beattie's pledge to repay support. 572
Football: Bellamy willhelp restore ourname; Roverschefbacks Walesace. 691
Football: Breakfast epiphany gives Carragher perfect tonic; FRIENDLY WREXHAM v LIVERPOOL, TODAY, 3PM. 1186
Football: Carlisle step in as Blundell talks break down. 240
Football: Coppell can't add it all up. 100
Football: Dunn eyeing a training return. 90
Football: FIGO SET TO SIGN; Defender hails bid for Figo Star duo put pen to paper on new deals Real open door for Reds. 454
Football: Foreign effect may have caused Gerrard confusion, says Clough. 314
Football: I nearly spat out my cereal; Carragher reveals reaction when he EUROPEAN CHAMPIONS heard about Gerrard's huge Liverpool U-turn VISIT THE RACECOURSE. 992
Football: Jones can't wait to see two loves of his life. 233
Football: Jones relishing clash of his former clubs. 194
Football: Kirkland praise for Ogrizovic. 96
Football: Leah puts Reds allegiance on hold for Euro tie; 4 DAYS TO GO. 472
Football: Little draws encouragement from Rovers young guns. 182
Football: Smiling Smith eagertostart; DRAGONS' PRESTIGE FRIENDLY ' Fans have been brilliant. 674
Football: Supporters' trust takes over at Edgeley Park. 390
Football: TNS's Leah puts his Anfield allegiances on hold. 281
Football: Tranmere cruising as Davies hits top gear; Vauxhall 0 Tranmere 3. 636
Football: Valencia 'decide to sell Sissoko to Liverpool; Agent claims move to Everton hijacked as Figo transfer saga nears conclusion. 622
Football: Wavertree hoping Negi can upset Prestatyn; Merseyside & S'port Alliance. 343
Football: Winger Downing agrees new deal 'in principle; Boro confirm new five-year contract for youngster. 380
Football: Woodgate back for pre-season. 82
FORMULA ONE: No more mistakes insists British ace; Button hopes to thrill Silverstone fans. 394
Furry 's fuzzy logic; Sesiwn Fawr Dolgellau S4C Friday, 10.30pm, Saturday, 10pm. 513
Gang in massive cigarettes racket. 123
Gardening: A taste of the tropics; Hannah Stphenson on how to get exotic in your g arden. 474
Gardening: Food for thought. 590
Gardening: Plant of the week . . . canna. 182
Gardening: week in erddig; Woad is also thought to be a mild antiseptic ... perhaps tribes who used it thought it would help prevent the sword cuts becoming infected. 304
Golf: Angry Owen remains on the Open offensive; Englishman follows route 66 after R&A blow. 661
GOLF: Glamorgan tied up in Notts. 249
Golf: Shank can't stop Clarke moving into Scottish contention. 163
GOLF: Shank not enough to putt off Irishman. 371
GOLF: Wie on course t make history. 92
He was like a rock, says son. 245
Homes: CHESTER LIVING- Capital idea for a home investment. 455
Homes: Real deal; History, views, gardens... Abigail Hughes finds a house that really stands out from the crowd. 237
Hospital hit by nursing dilemma. 126
Hot and not. 172
Hundreds of homes to escape clearance plans. 656
Hunt on for killer of schoolgirl, 10; Grandad finds body of child in bushes. 398
I feel under siege; Vicar's despair after third church raided. 319
I'm not a car thief, says Liverpool's Dutch star. 455
Interiors: Shelf life; Storage is such a boring word. But Gabrielle Fagan has a cupboard full of ideas on how you can stock pile in style. 740
Island expect; Nelson links to bring in tourist booty. 566
Jenkins jury sent home. 145
JK Rowling named as Amazon's best-selling author. 219
Jungle Juice; He plays an escaped giraffe in animated film Madagascar, but David Schwimmer admits he's found his dream habitat in the pubs of London. 942
Kittens thrown on road. 148
Leading Article: A start, but poverty isn't history yet; The real challenge is trying to ensure that aid money helps those who need it. 328
Leading Article: saturday THOUGHT. 253
Leading Article: Unshakeable momentum for change. 327
LLANGOLLEN 2005: Festival crosses political divide; keep in touch with the latest business news Kurds and Turkish group find lost link. 618
LLANGOLLEN 2005: Home grown. 85
LLANGOLLEN 2005: Youth success. 115
LONDON OUTRAGE: THE AFTERMATH: I saw carnage of terror bus blast; Witness to horror tried to help the victims. 779
LONDON OUTRAGE: THE AFTERMATH: Many were absorbed by the horrifying photographs splashed across the pages of the free-sheet; Our parliamentary correspondent Mark Hookham tells of the aftermath of the terror attack. 378
LONDON OUTRAGE: THE AFTERMATH: Queen defiant in face of atrocities. 485
LONDON OUTRAGE: THE AFTERMATH: United front against terrorism. 175
Magazine celebrates with exclusive gift. 920
Man faces charge of using car for murder. 394
More mortgage lending to 'problem' borrowers. 136
Motor racing: Alonso writes off Schumacher title hopes. 308
Motor racing: The leading contenders for Silverstone success. 186
Motor racing: There's no more room for error insists bullish Button; Brit's vow as he looks to deliver at last on home soil. 603
Moving costs average pounds 5,000. 234
Mum blamed in baby death. 137
Murder hunt after girl, 10, found dead. 540
My 30 years as the face of TV; Arfon Haines Davies marks three decades on screen but it was not the career he intended. 723
New Homes: Balmoral Gardens, Halewood. 258
New Homes: Freshfield, pounds 595,000. 208
New Homes: Gloucester Place, Liverpool 6. 179
New Homes: Sizzling summer seats; Gabrielle Fagan calls for comfortable chairs. 936
New Homes: Whitegate, Cheshire, pounds 1.15m. 236
OLYMPICS: IRB chief angry at snub by Olympics. 311
Olympics: No place for rugby union at London Olympics. 322
Penthouse perfection; Sue Kelbrick finds a luxurious modern home in the heart of Wirral. 334
Plan for pounds 1.4bn town by the river; Spectacular bid unveiled t o regenerate Cammel Laird site. 1258
pounds 1,000 to tempt new planners. 222
pounds 30bn to lif the shadow of terrorism; Blair hails Africa aid dealasa contrast topolices ofhate. 475
Pupil arrested for drugs after sniffer dog's school visit; Youngster caught carrying cannabis in class. 311
Racing: Crow Wood to land Cup 8.55. 385
Racing: Crow Wood to land Cup. 386
Racing: Nortonhoping to show his true colours on home turf. 852
Raiders threatened betting shop staff. 109
Road rage victim dies of heart attack. 155
Rowers pull their way to record. 256
Rugby league: Anderson hails Saints second string stars; Hard-fought win down to spirit St Helens ...............18 Hull ...................10. 489
Rugby league: Endacott fears for Vikings future after Salford loss; Salford .............34 Widnes Vikings .......16. 329
Rugby league: Warrington coach Cullen wary of wounded Warriors. 401
Rugby Union: Injury-hit Lions consider merits of shorter tour. 512
Rugby Union: Lions tours could be streamlined says O'Sullivan. 403
Rural Living: Prime property is smart move. 434
Shy man killed by a single sly punch; 17-year-old admits manslaughter charge. 636
Six of the best. 887
Spanish bull run leaves two in hospital. 173
Speed-dating inspires Conwy firms to network. 249
Supermarket plan ruled out. 152
sure BET: Finn can go one better. 415
sure BET: Outsider unlikely to deny Woods another Open win. 356
Teenager guilty of PC crime. 143
TERROR IN LONDON: Appeal to returning Merseysiders. 167
TERROR IN LONDON: Bin Laden 'not in Afghanistan. 218
TERROR IN LONDON: Bombed bus driver just happy to be alive. 193
TERROR IN LONDON: G8 summit offers pounds 30bn aid package for poorest in Africa. 397
TERROR IN LONDON: How would we cope if bombers hit here; As defiant workers returned to London's tubes and buses yesterday, Deborah James looks at how well prepared Merseyside is for a terrorist attack. 1477
TERROR IN LONDON: Man arrested after hoax calls. 148
TERROR IN LONDON: The Queen's words of defiance to terrorists. 679
TERROR IN LONDON: We'll help you, says New York. 132
The essentials. 608
The heartbroken dad who hit the bottle after his soldier son died in Iraq battle; Inquest told how father drank himself to death. 601
This time we get up t even dirtier exploits; Lucy Corry meets the dynamic duo as they read the riot act to bacteria breeders. 1223
THOUGHT for the WEEK. 124
Thousands flee north as hurricane heads for US; Evacuation ordered in Florida Keys. 530
Travel: Deal of the week. 223
Travel: flights. 211
Travel: Go wild in India; From the potholed roads of Rajasthan to Bollywood capital Mumbai, Laura Scott heads east on a journey of discovery. 1309
Travel: Late deals. 167
Travel: Turn your trip into a true Saga; Graeme Currie takes a memorable trip aboard the luxurious Saga Ruby. 1128
Victim named. 112
Welsh streets saved for now. 277
Wicked aunts tortured child; Girl accused of using witchcraft. 412
Wild Wales: Fruit fight; How the bilberry helped win a war. 388
Wild Wales: inn guide; Nant Ddu Lodge, Cwm Taf, nr Merthyr Tydfil 01685 379111. 272
Wild Wales: rambles and scrambles slopes of snowdon. 528
Wirral firm picks up award for innovation. 188
Writer wins children's book award. 137
Ygig gorau rioed; Caron Wyn Edwards sy'n cwrdd ag un o ddau ben 'Bandit' S4C. 817
YOU SAID: IT Quotes of the week. 142
Youth burgled grandad. 136

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