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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (May 13, 2005)

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7 days: The week's highlights. 561
A Little Flame that's set to light up the pop world. 618
Abigail police Down Under; Woman questioned in Australia. 313
Alarm over primary pupils carrying deadly weapons; Police haul included knuckle-duster. 492
Alert over algae on Marine Lake. 145
Alive and imbibing: the over-the-top toff. 249
AT HOME WITH THE WALTONS: Be a geek, be proud ... and reach out for a better tomorrow. 984
BA voted best for business. 117
BBC facing shutdown; Staff strike could halt broadcasts. 266
Blair declares war on young yobs and 'hoody' gangs. 438
Blair joins war on yob gangs. 417
Blair's nuclear warning to Iran; UK ready to back UN move. 299
Books: Consolation for lives on the brink. 346
Books: Testing the union of father and son; THIRTY YEARS IN A TURTLENECK SWEATER by Nick Warren, Ebury Press, pounds 10.99. 216
BOXING: Khan bidding to be youngest champion; Bolton fighter wants Naz record. 521
BOXING: Khan vow to become world champion. 335
BOXING: Mathews eager to extend record. 306
CD review : Alabama 3 Outlaw (one Little Indian) Rating. 103
CD review : Edgar ' Jones' Jones Soothing Music For Stray Cats (Viper) Rating. 102
CD review : Tom Mc Rae All Maps Welcome (Sony) Rating. 125
CD review : Various Pop Junior (UMTV) Rating. 97
Changes would rip Crosby apart. 403
Charles and Camilla in the sun. 214
Classical. 482
Concern over CSO use of handcuffs. 172
CRICKET : Glam hit back; Harrison shows the way back with spirited innings. 382
CRICKET : Hussey's frustrations taken out on Lancs. 473
CRICKET : Schofield awarded pounds 7,000 compensation for unfair dismissal. 189
CRICKET : Schofield decision. 154
Culture VULTURE. 362
DAILY POST COMMENT: Has Blair got Iran in his sights. 449
Darts: Game on as Power trip sparks dart glory; How a lesson with oche idol Phil Taylor brought instant joy. 874
David and Goliath match is a fantasy; Soccer chiefs frown on unlikely clash. 418
Death rates falling. 93
Despite cancer warning Hayley still using sunbeds. 291
Dragons ' ground interest. 460
Driving Seat: A matter of OPINION: Italian Sherpa. 1011
Driving Seat: Grilling for A3. 605
Driving Seat: Motorcycling: Around the world in just 20 days. 600
Driving Seat: Plugs & POINTS. 357
Driving Seat: Plugs 'n points. 143
Driving Seat: Power boost for Impreza. 186
Driving Seat: Revamp for Hi-Lux. 247
DVD view : House of Wax (PG. 107
DVD view : Into The Mirror (18). 100
DVD view : Meet The Fockers (12. 200
EastEnders star's ex still loves her. 85
EATING IN: Sensational salads with host of new ingredients will banish the image of limp lettuce. 596
Ethel Austin trading director quits. 143
FILM : Monstrously unsubtle. 149
FILM : Wild ride to the Dark Side; Final Star Wars film is darkly satisfying conclusion. 635
Film news. 379
Film: Now showing. 416
Film: On video. 628
Firms team together for new enterprise. 200
FOOTBALL : Boss Pearce in it for the long haul; Psycho wants time to prove himself. 430
FOOTBALL : Carson in swift England call-up. 325
FOOTBALL : Confusion surrounds prodigy's signing. 317
FOOTBALL : Eriksson: leave off Rooney. 705
FOOTBALL : Liverpool. 98
FOOTBALL : Rush reveals he wants Posh job. 99
FOOTBALL : Shepherd: Bellamy unlikely to return. 276
FOOTBALL : Taylor eager to meet big city slickers; H' POOL v TRANMERE TONIGHT, 7.45PM. 275
Football: Advantage t Wednesday; Sheffield Weds. 1 Brentford..... 0. 111
Football: Blatter backs Liverpool's European bid. 315
FOOTBALL: Blues boss in talks over Inter midfielder. 395
Football: Carson wins swift call-up to England squad. 354
Football: Cisse's return bodes well for the challenges ahead. 453
Football: Crouch 'thrilled by England call. 469
Football: Death of former Anfield forward. 87
Football: Fan SCENE : Cisse can upstage moody Baros; Liverpool. 232
Football: Fan SCENE : From sublime to ridiculous; Everton. 392
Football: Fan SCENE : How can young players plug the defensive gaps; Wrexham. 353
Football: Fan SCENE : Stop Glazer now; Manchester United. 342
Football: Flynn: Craig could play at the games highest level; U21 coach backs Morgan. 625
FOOTBALL: OLD TRAFFORD ROCKED BY GLAZER TAKEOVER BID : COMMENT: Football has now changed forever; the depressing new face of the game Matter-of-fact business deal highlights. 885
FOOTBALL: OLD TRAFFORD ROCKED BY GLAZER TAKEOVER BID : United's day gets worse as Fergie charged. 194
FOOTBALL: OLD TRAFFORD ROCKED BY GLAZER TAKEOVER BID: OLD TRAFFORD PLUNGED INTO CRISIS TURMOIL; Glazer set to seize control Fans threaten club boycott Fergie could decide to quit. 581
Football: Pearce looking to the long-term. 106
Football: Premier quintet get call; WELSH PREMIER. 113
Football: Rhyl release veteran duo; WELSH PREMIER. 196
Football: Scott: My players should enjoy the pressure. 179
Football: Set up a night to remember - Little; LEAGUE ONE PLAY-OFFS HARTLEPOOL v TRANMERE, TONIGHT, 7.45PM Manager wants to decide fate in front of home fans. 751
Football: Sir Alex charged over comments. 83
Football: Taylor happy to meet Hartlepool in bid for bigger stage. 576
Football: Thrashing shouldn't overshadow success. 402
Football: United final will be last at Millennium. 301
Football: Winger Van's the man for Moyes; Manager in Italy for talks with Inter over pounds 4m-rated Dutchman. 499
FORMULA ONE: BAR acceptance. 82
FORMULA ONE: BAR finally admit defeat over two-race ban. 270
Founders share in pounds 40m. 195
Freedom of city for TA regiment. 233
Frills and skills from Iestyn's ballerina. 627
Galloway to defend himself over Iraqi oil sleaze allegations. 251
Games: Title Championship Manager 5 Platform Xbox Genre Football Management Price pounds 39.99. 96
Games: Unrestricted fun from future RPG; Title Restricted Area Platform PC Genre Action/RPG. 116
Gog SOUND. 396
GOLF : Eagle-eyed viewer sees Martin disqualified. 209
GOLF : Montgomerie's forced to take his time and a tumble. 590
GOLF: Wie begins her US Open bid. 102
GOLF: Wie Open bid. 107
Hain vows to fight racism in N.Ireland. 122
Health charity receives cash. 106
Hero soldier gets five years' jail for street attack on salesman. 279
Hospitals warn of mumps epidemic. 229
Hotelier loses licence after sex convictions; Magistrates back police application. 438
Insurance firm's profits up. 333
It amazes me that people think I'm cool; Robin Walker meets the 'ordinary guy' who has taken Hollywood by storm. 943
It could be another hot summer. 271
It was not a cry for help ... it was a definite pac; Inquest told how girl's bullying led to suicide. 511
Lecturer off to mingle with stars in Cannes. 287
Let state schools fail says Woodhead. 168
Letter: Appalling. 130
Letter: Impressive trains. 193
Letter: Irresponsible. 143
Letter: Missing films. 180
Letter: Obscene. 116
Letter: Over-reaction. 112
Letter: Sad Town Hall. 171
Letter: Think again. 198
Letter: Time for a new civic office. 208
Life under canvas for evicted family of 13. 264
LOCAL CRICKET : Overseas stars to revive dying art at Urmston. 306
LOCAL CRICKET : Recs steady progress is no surprise to Garvey. 522
Many strings to his bow; Nigel Kennedy is a bloke delightfully out of his time, as Lew Baxter discovers. 1182
MG sports car may survive Rover plant carnage. 106
Minister warns Glazer in battle to take over United. 508
Morrisons depots could face strikes. 146
MP's husband fined for defacing Tory poster. 418
Music: Europop's golden age. 272
Music: Fifty years of highs (and lows). 147
Music: Phunk masters of risquA business. 501
New bakery in Wirral brings jobs bonanza. 206
NHS takes over lifestyle centre. 367
No link to illness. 85
Nobody to blame for expressway tragedy. 472
OBITUARY: Fr Gerry Costello. 368
Office TV star returns to radio. 176
Orders slump in NW. 114
PHIL REDMOND: Time to realign. 471
Plans to cut down binge drinking. 246
Post Soapbox: Cash required. 83
Post Soapbox: Champions right. 106
Post Soapbox: Final goodbyes. 87
Post Soapbox: Meaningless. 123
Post Soapbox: New blood needed. 82
Post Soapbox: Sunday best. 92
pounds 50 for dropping cig ends. 85
Racing: Millenary to hang on to cup. 325
RACING: Motivator displays Derby credentials. 89
RALLYING: Loeb revels in beating Solberg. 92
Reassurance on Peel bid. 84
Released. 105
RESTAURANTS : Try this authentic Asian experience; Deborah James makes a return visit to a largely undiscovered gem. 1226
Review: The Go-Betweens/ Liverpool Carling Academy. 442
Royal Mint makes coins for Lions New Zealand tour. 131
RUGBY LEAGUE : I had no warning... I've been in shock ever since; Millward breaks silence on 'very harsh' sacking. 660
RUGBY LEAGUE : Kear: We've prepared for game as usual. 284
Rugby League: Millward fails in sacking appeal. 169
RUGBY LEAGUE: Millward reply. 106
Russia condemns foreign spying. 154
Saboteurs won't stop our strippers; Ladies' night posters ripped down by prudes. 411
SAILING: All-action weekend promises to be another winner. 295
Sarah cops top award. 125
Save the summit; UK's youngest Everest conqueror launches appeal website. 344
Security tightened at five more Merseyrail stations. 259
Sharon Stone adopts baby boy. 101
Showjumper's family accuse police after killer's conviction. 275
Sickness costing public millions; Staff absentee levels too high in colleges. 516
Simon Le Bon enters yacht race. 136
Smart move may confuse audiences. 588
So you want to ...listen to hymns. 226
South Africa link bid to save Homestyle; Shares sale will clear debts. 384
St John chief to get major honour. 180
Steam to rise again; Heritage trains will return to mid Wales. 332
Still on song after 45 years; Elkie Brooks is one of showbusiness's great survivors. Philip Key reports. 1110
Store's window display is a moving experience. 429
Strasbourg trial ruling hits Turkey EU hopes. 545
Stressed manager grew cannabis. 223
Taunting provoked Den riot. 120
TENNIS: Henman anger over line call. 170
TENNIS: Line call squabble costs Henman victory. 303
THE BIG PICTURE: Don't judge a book by its jacket or this film; The Jacket (Cert 15) Stars Adrien Brody, Kris Kristofferson, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Daniel Craig, Brad Renfro; director John Maybury. 103 mins. Rating. 541
The gig top; Circus magic with rock'n'roll attitude. 459
THOUGHT for the DAY. 200
Threats to victim's relatives. 210
Top cop for stations. 150
Traffic heavier since Labour came to power; Distance driven by vehicles rises. 365
Twigg hopeful over rail cash. 472
Valerie Hill: Don't calm down stress is good for you. 486
Valerie Hill: In brief. 372
Village backers urged to talk. 582
Virgin to run double the trains to London; But you may have two years to wait. 446
We must get our act together now; Plaid leader addresses 'wake-up call' election. 411
We will breathe life into the death quarr; Hotel and houses planned for site of seven tragedies. 395
Welcome manager to raise standards. 509
Weller and Jethro Tull join Summer Pops line-up. 225
Year of culture is hit by dispute; Council leader in unity plea after row with 2008 body. 614
Your LETTERS : Come out of your castle in the sky. 141
Your LETTERS : Fine persecution. 180
Your LETTERS : Just another day. 301
Your LETTERS : Quality festival. 90
Your LETTERS : Turbines are a risk to our safety. 260
Your SHOUT : No time for fans to panic. 94
Your SHOUT : Reader's letter. 98
Your SHOUT : Riise and Co have to go. 119

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