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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (June 27, 2005)

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' Clean-up ends' claim. 158
' Original' diamond to go on display. 235
129 die in heat wave. 147
A nation of flirts. 221
A second chance for romances; Brief encounters helped by internet. 372
A terrified, shivering foal saved from death by divers and RNLI; Dramatic pictures show rescuers' race against time. 557
All aboard for steam train journey into rail history; Special Mersey events to mark first passenger service in 1830. 427
Arts Diary: Relax, Frankie is coming back to Liverpool. 242
Arts Diary: The Unity Theatre tells its own drama; A new play tells the story of a Liverpool institution. Philip Key reports. 346
ATHLETICS: Campbell struggles despite victories. 111
BOXING: Mayweather takes crown. 140
Burglar threatens minister in church. 289
Call centre will give firms instant access. 462
Cancer battler Kylie gets Glastonbury invitation for 2007. 301
Cherie pulls out of gala. 133
Church's attempt at modernisation does not ring true. 625
Coastguard issues safety warning over Geldof's Sail8 crossing. 248
Concern over coastguard bases. 177
Councils get more freedom to spend. 311
Countdown presenter Whiteley dies, at 61. 225
Countdown's Whiteley dies. 336
CRICKET: Aussies will beat us if we play like this; Tresco fear as England limp past Bangladesh. 564
Cricket: Brymbo go top of table as Williams cuts loose; Ex-Wales star's century too much for Hawarden. 542
Cricket: England to trial one-day innovations against old rivals Australia. 200
Cricket: Flintoff puts down Ashes marker in bowling revival. 532
Cricket: Haydock bowled over by Boughey. 235
Cricket: Mais collects 7-48 to secure Trinity victory in top clash. 511
Cricket: Martinus magic leaves Liverpool rocking; First Division. 264
Cricket: Morris strikes with ball to boost Bay. 283
Cricket: Nantwich apply brakes to Oulton's run; Cheshire County League. 318
Cricket: Seven for Speake. 148
Cricket: Success tastes sweet for Welshpool. 187
Cricket: Trescothick looks to add new fizz to trophy chase. 280
Cricket: Warren's hat-trick halts Northern hopes; Premier Division. 613
Cricket: Withers inspires Rainhill's success. 330
Crossing memorial to tragic Andrew; Family unveils stone. 463
CYCLING: Barker's joy at bronze. 265
Cycling: Olympic ace Cummings pipped after plucky late dash for line. 292
Daily Post comment: Trouble on cards for battling Blair. 380
Daily Post Comment: Will points mean prizes for police. 431
Driver saved by officers. 214
Electric rail line plan for Wirral; Scheme would halve journey time across peninsula. 444
Email is the new way of flirting. 114
Exam tip for students: recycle your old notes. 575
Family Finance: Play double your money; You will have a double chance to become a Premium Bond millionaire from August. Jane Hall reports. 715
Family Finance: questions OF CASH. 742
Family Finance: share TIPS; FROM THE SUNDAY NEWSPAPERS. 270
Fears over coastal rescue centres. 227
Figures show house prices are in a slump. 141
Find the cash for National in Flintshire. 333
Firefighters spend weekend at scene of huge warehouse blaze. 212
Football: Ailing Ellis urged to clear way for Villa takeover. 239
Football: Bangor boss rues missed chances; INTERTOTO CUP FC Dinaburg 2 Bangor City 0 (Dinaburg win 4-1 on agg. 444
Football: Glazer is set to assume total control. 260
Football: Glazer wins the club but bitterness burns in fans. 503
Football: Heinze hunts cup for happy 'home. 101
Football: Koldrup arrives for move to Goodison; Danish defender to face medical ahead of proposed pounds 5m transfer. 473
Football: Koldrup checks in at Goodison Park. 461
Football: Liverpool return to make Reina first signing. 353
Football: Lured to Dowie school of science. 80
Football: Pandiani snubs St Andrews deal. 92
Football: Reina set to sign as Reds back in training. 308
Football: Shaun's 'not in any hurry. 109
Football: Stephens signs for Caersws; WELSH PREMIER. 200
Football: TNS set to choose 'home' venue. 244
Football: TNS set to choose venue for tie today. 333
Football: Wright-Phillips has Champions League credentials. 458
Future of Mersey force HQ in doubt; Safety concerns spark police review of Canning Place site. 869
G8 summit chief constable hopes for peaceful protests. 238
Gang sex attack filmed on phone. 144
Glastonbury issues invitation to Kylie for 2007. 239
GOLF: Mason triumphant. 104
Golf: Open agony returns to haunt van de Velde; Title hopes sunk again on final run-in. 666
Golf: Open qualifying thrown into chaos as storms strike. 105
GOLF: Pipped again; Fresh water agony for van de Velde. 559
Government undermining trust in doctors, says bishop. 235
Gymnastics: Tweddle's triple gold in China win. 370
Hitting the beach after the sun comes and the heat soars. 113
Hospital reveals plan for new children's A&E unit. 455
In the council chamber: So, farewell then. 513
Inquiries go on as family mourns girl, 3, who died in tumble drier. 220
Insuring ethical policy. 162
Investors rush for stake in poker firm. 337
Jobs Post: How to be a... librarian. 414
Jobs Post: Sharon Morgan SENIOR LIBRARIAN. 137
Letter: Debt to heroes. 114
Letter: Driving away the shoppers. 92
Letter: Embarrassing. 296
Letter: Free speech. 201
Letter: Frustrating. 203
Letter: Genius. 200
Letter: Misery. 188
Letter: Policing plan. 306
Letter: Running late. 115
Letter: State ownership. 186
Letter: Take action. 112
Letter: Time to accept fox hunt laws. 216
Letter: Wearing my shirt with pride. 189
Letter: World city. 227
Lotto numbers. 127
Making a difference; Laura Davis meets the winning women who bring laughter and support to cancer sufferers. 918
Man in 50ft plunge. 167
Marina hit by protest. 122
Maritime scarecrows are a 'must sea' event. 383
Money: Cash Points. 340
Money: Jackpot dream is doubled; You will have a double chance t become a Premium Bond millionaire from August. Jane Hall reports. 1684
Money: Questions of Cash. 771
MOTOR RACING: BAR's revival hopes. 81
Motor racing: Stoddart hands out warning over race punishment. 344
MOTOR SPORT: Loeb secures fifth rally in a row. 99
Nations remember victims six months after tsunami. 222
Nelson frigate defies storms. 204
New archdruid is football mad. 197
New boss at Airbus. 82
New lane needed to ease traffic. 211
No funds to help 'ghetto' Fury over blow to bedsit land clean-up. 375
No sign of rise in house prices. 357
Obituary: Richard Whiteley. 349
Offer to re-open lines snubbed. 263
One in three think estate agents don't work hard enough. 231
Online hitch. 175
Parking plan for centre completed. 514
Peril of worn-out roads. 197
Pirate trader Asbo UK first; Council fires warning to counterfeiters. 416
Playing music can keep you healthy; Call for more funds to pay for therapy in the North West. 560
Police car crashes down 18. 212
pounds 60,000 study to transform Southport. 435
Racing: Hurricane storms to Classic win. 450
Racing: Stratham to sprint to success. 380
Rising to challenge of serving law and order; From tackling drug cartels to youth disorder, it is all the responsibility of Merseyside Police Authority. Chief reporter Andy Kelly talks with chairman Bill Weightman. 1807
RNLI hovercraft named with tributes from donor; Vital part of the search and rescue cover. 496
Rugby League: Endacott stunned as Vikings slump out; Toulouse ........40 Widnes Vikings ..24. 442
Rugby League: St Helens bite the hand that led them; RUGBY LEAGUE: POWERGEN CHALLENGE CUP St Helens ...........75 Wigan Warriors .......0 Wigan suffer record defeat on Millward's Saints return. 1122
Rugby Union: Grewcock insists he didn't bite any New Zealand player. 301
Rugby Union: Like lambs to the slaughter; NEW ZEALAND 21 Tries: Williams, Sivivatu. Con: Carter. Pens: Carter 3 BRITISH & IRISH LIONS 3 Pen: Wilkinson All Blacks leave Lions bruised, battered and bewildered as Woody's superteam collapses. 1064
RUGBY UNION: LIONS: Bruised Lions can avenge defeat, says Woodward; New Zealand ........... 21 British and Irish Lions..... 3. 748
RUGBY UNION: LIONS: Greenwood's jersey comes at high price. 315
RUGBY UNION: LIONS: HIll injury career-threatening - Lions coach. 267
RUGBY UNION: LIONS: Rampant England's Churchill Cup joy; England ......... 45 Argentina........ 16. 299
Rugby Union: No excuses from sorry Corry. 411
Rugby Union: O'Driscoll fury at dirty play. 353
Rugby Union: REVENGE MISSION; Skipper Thomas urging Lions to snatch series win. 627
Safety plea to Sail8 sailors; Coastguard warns of risks. 311
SAVE THE DRAGONS: I didn't know of local deal for club; Don't let Wrexham DIE Property developer speaks out. 424
Sewage leak closes beaches. 131
Soccer stars attend blessing for Owen's wedding. 221
Stabbing attack. 91
Store move interest denied. 197
Storm brewing over ID cards - ' Blair's poll tax' New report by academics claims scheme will cost pounds 18bn. 567
Suicide bombers kill 36 in Iraq rebel stronghold; Security forces targeted in attacks. 404
Tennis: Wimbledon 2005: Action replay of Paris in mind to spur Davenport. 366
Tennis: Wimbledon 2005: but don't forget about me, insists Henman. 379
Tennis: Wimbledon 2005: Champ's back in the saddle. 87
Tennis: Wimbledon 2005: Defeated Andy has world at his feet; Murray eyes US Open. 624
Tennis: Wimbledon 2005: End is just the beginning for magnificent Murray. 930
Tennis: Wimbledon 2005: Ferrero warning as Federer targets third title. 333
Tennis: Wimbledon 2005: Sir Sean Connery laps up the Centre Court atmosphere on Saturday. 176
Tennis: Wimbledon 2005: Spanish eyes on Federer's downfall. 335
The evacuees who were made kings of our castles; How families escaping World War II bombs ended up in some of N.Wales most palatial houses. 1126
The past is brought to life; Converted farmhouse wins top award. 628
The View From Here: Keeping the grey hordes amused; Ian Parri heads for Barmouth as we visit Welsh communities. 756
Thought for the day. 199
Top team for Owen blessing; Star couple in cloak and dagger operation. 448
Traffic cops are set points target; Details revealed in memo leaked to Post. 524
Two children die after blaze rips through their home. 284
Two children die after fire rips through home. 261
Two held after man dies. 101
Unions attack proposals to treat patients at home. 603
Visitors rescue foal from cove. 237
Waterway to city's success; Just 250 years ago, a canal gave birth to the Industrial Revolution, accelerating Liverpool's growth and changing Britain forever. Now it forms part of the leisure industry. David Charters reports. 1554
We'll be sensitive on hospital plans; Only expert firms will be picked. 422
Who do you think should be Merseyside Woman of the Year 2005. 295

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