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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (March 15, 2005)

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'Overweight' man has 55lb tumour removed. 308
'Robot' McGregor marches to premiere. 395
'Science for girls' call by CBI. 221
A distressed little boy makes a personal plea to Tony Blair. 231
ACADEMY FOOTBALL: Early strike winds youngsters again; LIVERPOOL. 408
ACADEMY FOOTBALL: Seargeant puts Everton in final; EVERTON. 365
After 15 years, is Exchange Flags to come back alive. 537
Air Cadets under threat; Ian Jones reports on a growing volunteer crisis that could ground an adventurous youth organisation. 764
Airgun fired at bedroom window of old folks home. 216
All About... YNYS GORAD GOCH. 81
AMATEUR FOOTBALL: Beechwood meet Parkfield in Regent Cup final; Birkenhead and Wirral. 264
AMATEUR FOOTBALL: Cairns hat-trick makes it three in a row; Wirral Sunday. 334
AMATEUR FOOTBALL: Deadly Dyson fires six past Finn Harps; I Zingari League. 427
AMATEUR FOOTBALL: Hurley blast helps Oaklands stretch their lead; Mid-Cheshire Sunday. 180
AMATEUR FOOTBALL: Late goal puts end to Town's final bid; Warrington ........ 2 Everton ........... 3. 173
AMATEUR FOOTBALL: McCullough sinks Lines in vital relegation dogfight; Liverpool County Combination. 454
AMATEUR FOOTBALL: Reynolds fails to prevent Villa goal blitz; Wallasey League. 352
AMATEUR FOOTBALL: Roberts on the mark for Town. 392
AMATEUR FOOTBALL: Seasiders sail past Villa into Bowl final; New Brighton close gap at the top West Cheshire League. 783
AMATEUR FOOTBALL: Westminster win sets up dream cup tie; Ellesmere Port League. 229
AMATEUR FOOTBALL: Window Shades brothers avenge cup defeat; South Wirral. 199
Anti-social behaviour schemes could be rolled out across the country. 222
Art that can make sense of a hidden disability; Laura Davis looks at a project to bring help and hope to those who have suffered brain injuries. 877
Arts Diary: Comic who inspires feelings of stupidity; Philip Key meets an actor who became so funny he won an award. 439
Arts Diary: EY Events; THE ARTS EDITOR'S PICK OF THE DAY. 226
Arts Diary: MUSIC Birkenhead Choral Society/ St Hilary's Church, Wallasey. 222
Arts Diary: MUSIC Joanna MacGregor/ Clwyd Theatr Cyrmu, Mold. 332
Athletics: New Orleans on map for Radcliffe. 82
Athletics: Wrexham rescue medals after official muck-up. 346
Back on track with the Trailblazers; Dedicated ramblers tell Ian Jones of their efforts to keep countryside beauty open to all. 640
Boateng quits. 82
Body found in lake after man goes missing. 177
Boxing: ABA dispute for Khan jnr; Younger brother angered. 298
Boxing: Family affair could signal the end for Khan. 263
bride and joy. 98
British inventor steers vacuum cleaning revolution in new direction. 168
Brown t help first-time buyers. 254
Budget hotels chain plans to expand by 15,000 rooms. 254
Camp 'disgust. 89
Cancer charity centre is saved; Carers strike deal over new premises to continue work. 394
Carer stole from older clients. 91
Catholic leaders back Howard on abortion time limit policy. 185
CELEBRITY WATCH - star GAZING: Ex-clerk on song. 95
CELEBRITY WATCH - star GAZING: Teen star may be next face of Gap; BRINGING YOU GOSSIP FROM ACROSS THE GLOBE. 93
CELEBRITY WATCH: Boy George slams 'prissy' Little Britain star, Matt. 200
CELEBRITY WATCH: Peter Kay fronts classic's No1 bid. 394
Charity walk scam plea. 124
China war threat; Conflict with Taiwan raises alarm in Asia. 323
China's threat of war alarms Asia. 362
Clamp down on bullying; Armed Forces failing in duty of care. 461
Copper canisters help auctioneer get the measure of bygone days. 192
Cops cleared over death of clubber; Pair stay suspended from jobs. 444
Courts are told t o name and shame. 536
Cricket: England collapse. 174
cutest kids. 90
Dance festival. 84
DAVID BANKS: Beware the devil in a craft stall disguise; WALES' MOST OUTSPOKEN AND CONTROVERSIAL COLUMNIST. 575
DAVID BANKS: Fingers crossed for G**** S*** Saturday. 429
DAVID BANKS: Sheep can fall in love. 103
DAVID CHARTERS: This was mostly evilsmelling, hissing bog. 842
David's black belt double; Ian Jones talks to a champion veteran athlete who achieved remarkable feats when he turned his focus to martial arts. 562
Deepcut families' treatment by Army 'appalling; Report urges MoD to set up independent commission. 473
Deepcut: we must have a public inquiry. 355
Denbighshire school meeting. 93
Drink-drive police officer forced to quit; Special Branch detective loses appeal. 419
Drugs kingpin faces prospect of dying in jail. 370
Dry cleaner increases supermarket tie-ups. 384
Enjoy your big day on a small budget; Emma Johnson talks to a woman who organised her dream wedding without breaking the bank. 1514
Firebomb raids were 'too quick; 25 years on, ex-Special Branch boss says police should have held back. 401
Football: Aber train sights on Europe; WELSH PREMIER. 167
Football: Alonso aims for Champions League return. 562
Football: Alonso in line for European return. 191
Football: Arsenal's cup joy hands Blues respite. 315
Football: Axed Savage hits out at 'childish' Toshack. 344
Football: Baggies fit for league leaders. 86
Football: Bay on red alert; N WALES CHALLENGE CUP. 129
Football: Beckham search for new Rooney. 94
Football: Boycott called; Fans group asks for change of venue for United tie. 449
Football: Chester poised for double acquisition. 259
Football: Cole gives 'tapping' row testimony. 281
Football: Dark horses ready to sink lowly Druids; WELSH PREMIER. 359
Football: Dickov has been playing through pain. 228
Football: Dragons hindered by international call-ups; Smith faces difficult decision over Wrexham's Easter league fixtures. 493
Football: Hamburg ready to move for Biscan; Summer transfer to Bundesliga may tempt Croatian midfielder. 413
Football: Highbury clash switch provides break from Euro chase. 319
Football: I'm not going t beg him to stay; SAVAGE BOMBSHELL THAT HAS STUNNED WELSH FOOTBALL Toshack on why he doesn't need Sav any more. 825
Football: Injury fears for Celtic's Hartson. 101
Football: Linwood is looking t o make up for lost time. 591
Football: Llangefni cruncher; CYMRU ALLIANCE. 142
Football: Nomads decimated by injuries; WELSH PREMIER. 210
Football: Players given all-clear for Friday date with Posh. 98
Football: Robben set for Chelsea return. 90
Football: SAVAGE: WHY I QUIT WALES; Toshack just didn't like me He backed me into a corner Childish manager has finally got his revenge. 720
Football: Shaun is on track for a City comeback. 227
Football: Shearer's chance for one final flourish. 426
Football: TNS can pull away in Prem title race; WELSH PREMIER. 253
Football: UEFA backing for Frisk over retirement. 340
Football: United supporters urged to boycott semi-final. 96
Football: Wenger speaks out as Cole testifies. 258
Football: Where the battle for Champions League football will be fought; Sunday's 201st Merseyside derby will bring up the curtain on the region's most enthralling Premiership run-in for years. Here David Prior offers his guide to the climax of the season IVERPOOL (current position 5th, P28 Pts 43. 532
Football: Where the battle for Champions League football will be fought; Sunday's 201st Merseyside derby will bring up the curtain on the region's most enthralling Premiership run-in for years. Here David Prior offers his guide to the climax of the season VERTON (current position 4th, P29 Pts 51. 530
Football: Whitley shocked by his best friend's move; SAVAGE BOMBSHELL THAT HAS STUNNED WELSH FOOTBALL. 348
Football: your SHOUT; WHERE YOUR VIEWS COUNT. 361
Fragile bone help. 107
Friends mourn family in sea tragedy. 175
Funds shortage may close routes; MPs warn over plans to increase rail services income. 414
Give us more cash to run our railways; MP's plea as rural routes face axe. 405
Golf northwest: Chance to give golf a try at Hesketh. 175
Golf northwest: County Captain. 99
Golf northwest: Dougherty in the hunt again. 131
Golf northwest: Helsby earns vote of confidence; COURSE TEST Richard Williamson enjoys a breath of fresh air. 1266
Golf northwest: Hesketh makes bow on hectic schedule; PGA NORTH NEWS. 556
Golf northwest: Long-range driver aiming to be a hit. 367
Golf northwest: MEET THE CHAMPION; Josh Sims, Caldy Age: 15 Handicap: 3. 445
Golf northwest: Opportunity knocks for Mason to join tour circuit. 1026
Golf northwest: Shacklady's hot streak. 121
Golf: Winner Harrington fancies green jacket. 296
Greggs warns of price hikes. 205
Group gives up hotels in deal with brand owner. 393
Heads fear cutbacks in funding. 359
Henshaw poised for pension deal; 'Sweetener' move to hold on to city chief executive. 393
High living means longer lives. 260
Historical photographs. 173
Historical photographs. 128
Historical photographs. 177
Historical photographs. 239
Hockey: Mills boon a point for Liverpool. 330
Home owners win reprieve. 151
Housing now a buyer's market. 273
Iceland axes 400 jobs in N.Wales. 81
If you don't like golf then you may as well move out. 504
Innocent nurse tells of year-long battle to clear name. 240
Jackson 'didn't do anything to me. 250
Kidney patients' artistic delights. 255
Last-ditch offer to avert pay strike at Vauxhall. 415
LEGAL WEEK: Celebration for former junior. 132
LEGAL WEEK: Fears of a 'legal aid desert. 267
LEGAL WEEK: Firm to arrange revamp loan. 134
LEGAL WEEK: Solicitors' staff in Flora half-marathon raise pounds 2,000 for children's charity. 164
Letter: Complete injustice. 113
Letter: Financial risk. 231
Letter: Just pay up. 127
Letter: Memorial site. 232
Letter: Pointless. 114
Letter: Refs need power. 81
Letter: Smoking fiasco. 106
Letter: Think again. 136
Letter: Unfair tax. 194
Liverpool Marine found hanging on board his ship. 409
LONDON MARKET. 322
LOOKING BACK. 82
Magic Circle stamps come loaded with a special surprise. 266
Man 'could have been saved. 233
Man beat up boy in toilets. 229
Man killed in axe attack. 141
Mark Lawrenson: Diouf blights a good week for Liverpool. 676
Mark Lawrenson: Hard work can make Hibbert an international. 431
Mark Lawrenson: Hibbert has a way to go for Sven call. 230
Mark Lawrenson: Savage may regret turning back on Wales. 124
Mark Lawrenson: Savage too young to call it quits. 205
Mark Lawrenson: Sending-off will have soured Benitez's week. 608
Martial arts coach's sex with student, 15; Man, 40, denies charges as girl admits texting accused. 624
Million Lebanese demand freedom from Syria. 220
Million Lebanese demand withdrawal of Syria. 205
Milly police probe links with girls' murders. 355
Monument to Nelson will be returned to its former glory. 224
No U-turn on speed as crackdown goes on. 355
Nothing is sacred; Vicar's dismay as yobs steal church computer. 372
notice BOARD. 326
notice BOARD. 193
Nuclear plant chiefs face court action over safety. 194
OBITUARY: Willis Hall. 355
ON THIS DAY. 237
One of this man's first acts as his firm's new boss: axing 400 HQ jobs; A third of staff told: you are redundant. 519
ORDER YOUR FAVOURITE PICTURES. 146
OUR MAN IN WESTMINSTER: Cycle of Army abuse. 440
Plea for more folk festival stewards. 123
Post Soapbox: Benitez right. 98
Post Soapbox: Europe suits. 174
Post Soapbox: Fowler possiblity. 106
Post Soapbox: Play-offs beckon. 105
Post Soapbox: Share dos. 95
pounds 400m business hope at air fair. 387
pounds 95m facelift; Hundreds of jobs on way at new shopping centre. 342
Prisoner found hanged in cell. 106
Probe into jail escape attempt. 97
Queen signals start to world's longest relay for Games 2006. 145
Racing: Be Brave judging look of the Irish; Inca can prove champion in Cheltenham showpiece. 819
Racing: Emerald Isle can shine at festival. 186
Racing: Harchibald to be champ. 499
Racing: Harchibald will triumph despite all his problems. 486
Racist language PC back. 137
Rag trade forging links with Lithuania. 170
reader's eye/celebration. 120
readers' pets. 117
Rescue dog retires after displaying her skills at Crufts. 277
Resort to perform first gay wedding. 460
Rugby League: Saints begin defence with Giants meeting. 576
Rugby Union: It's no surprise; Shanklin insists Grand Slam was always on cards. 512
Rugby Union: Italy vow to stop France. 207
Rugby Union: Larkham waits on cancer all-clear. 86
Rugby Union: O'Sullivan won't dwell on end of Irish dream. 341
Rugby Union: Wilkinson faces race to be fit for Lions. 403
Rugby Union: Wilkinson faces race to make. 228
Second candidate in murder pub. 160
Sewage spill nightmare; 'Disgusting torrent' flows onto beach. 400
Single punch killed heroin addict; Accused denies manslaughter. 550
Smugglers and fraudsters cheating taxman out of billions. 171
Snooker: Rocket is stellar. 81
SOCIAL DIARY; A week in the nightlife of the North West. 370
Specialist team to help with rehabilitation. 152
Staff support random tests. 166
Student's death may be linked. 130
Teachers may strike over special school closures. 624
Tennis: Henman made to work for win. 96
Tennis: Henman wins windy encounter. 93
THE DEBATE: FEED BACK. 269
THE DEBATE: I would like the council to give money to help; NO Ruth Gibson, owner, Soul Cafe, Bold Street. 493
THE DEBATE: Should firms pay for breaking access law; Deborah James considers the options. 276
THE DEBATE: THE POST FORUM. 259
THE DEBATE: We should have the right to live independently; YES Richard McLinden, Access Officer, Liverpool Association of Disabled People. 492
THOUGHT for the DAY. 185
Trevor Peake: CLUB NEWS AND RESULTS FROM AROUND NORTH WALES. 735
Trevor Peake: Houston's highs and lows in Qatar. 303
Trevor Peake: St David's crowned champions. 467
Union in row after head struck off. 276
Urdd Eryri eisteddfod. 287
VIEWPOINT: CAPITAL EYE. 515
Viva: Alternatively speaking. 184
Viva: Free and sexy hair for spring glamour; Shereen Low finds this season's look is fresh and wearable. 678
Viva: Good week, bad week. 194
Viva: How more and more youngsters are getting the needle. 324
Viva: I feared my man would die in Iraq. 705
Viva: It's hip to knit; Think knitting is something only your grandmother would do? Think again. 549
Viva: lifeLINE SOLVING - YOUR PROBLEMS. 430
Viva: The Viva! girls love; Sunscreen for blokes, pocket-sized pools and a funky vacuum cleaner. 218
Viva: WHAT A YARN. 97
Viva: What is she wearing. 88
Warning by Sinn Fein leader to family of victim. 385
Warning over salt intake by children. 223
Why I adopted my three legged dear after saving her from certain death. 170
Why no inquiry into Deepcut. 318
Windfall for 02 investors. 130
Witness saw killer axe man give himself up to police. 739
Worker killed doing routine task. 295
write A caption. 167
Yobs banned from town centre shops; CCTV film showed gang: Abused passers-by Threatened store staff Stopped buses leaving. 363
your LETTERS: Councils ignore tax warning. 87
your LETTERS: Final straw. 95
your LETTERS: Housing crisis. 306
your LETTERS: In proportion. 115
your LETTERS: Stub out this filthy habit now. 171

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