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

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7days: The week's highlights. 460
90 jobs to go at IBM city office; Posts relocated to India. 483
A relaxed approach t power pop success; Teenage Fanclub are at the top of their game, but they don't like t shout about it. 994
Action threat over memorial. 86
ADAM WALTON: I'm off around the universe in search of a good holiday. 896
Afghan rebels and troops die in clashes. 200
BA helped by high flyers. 83
Back to where she once belonged. 724
Band's last stand; Reprise for down-to-earth mining drama. 531
BLAIR SCARE; Long night for Labour Welsh marginals as party's safest seat is lost. 142
BOOKS: Heavy action on the light sabres. 295
BOOKS: Thriller's twists span the centuries. 279
BOXING: Harrison hit by foe's withdrawal. 86
Cash offer over gummenace. 397
Catholics increase Ryanair passengers. 130
Caution as ad market softens. 154
CELEBRITY WATCH : Wogan still best; Radio 2's veteran DJs are setting a record pace. 343
Child fund thieves win right to appeal. 267
Child porn man had hundreds of pictures. 131
College lecturers to ballot on strike. 219
Computer workers braced for purge. 110
CRICKET: Australian Hodge ready for action against Derbyshire. 91
CRICKET: Swann gets shot at England return; Spinner to get second chance to impress. 519
CRICKET: Swann welcomed back into the England fold. 518
CULTURE VULTURE. 345
DAILY POST COMMENT: Help parents to bring up decent kids. 405
DAILY POST COMMENT: Schools at top of political agenda. 341
Dalmatian in attack on same postie. 226
Danger on the high Cs; Philip Key reports on an operatic society that has taken on a Titanic task. 1067
DAVID PRIOR: Parrott fashion fails to provide baize of glory. 551
DRAMA: Laughter from lust and loneliness. 398
DRAMA: Letter perfect; A cautionary tale of the band they couldn't Google. 578
DRIVING SEAT: All-new Caterham is snapped up. 276
DRIVING SEAT: City car alliance. 544
DRIVING SEAT: Health checks on the Net. 349
DRIVING SEAT: PLUGS AND POINTS. 362
DRIVING SEAT: SPACE REDEFINED; A matter of OPINION. 1046
Dropped river rescuer plans to continue lifesaving role. 153
DVD view: Empire Square (15). 164
DVD view: Miami Vice - Series One (15. 142
DVD view: Seven Brides For Seven Brothers (U. 86
FAN SCENE: Not party time yet; E V E R T O N. 332
FAN SCENE: Now the boot is on the other foot; M A N C H E S T E R U N I T E D. 220
FAN SCENE: Take it out of Uefa's hands; L I V E R P O O L. 436
FAN SCENE: Thank you for nothing Football League chiefs; W R E X H A M. 339
Father-of-five hits 50 on the fifth of the fifth '05. 145
FILM: Star Wars from A-Z; With excitement mounting ahead of new Star Wars film Episode III - Revenge Of The Sith, Ellie Genower has a guide to what's what in the Star Wars universe. 632
Films. 545
FILMS: Nightmare world of runaway. 168
FILMS: The sword and the stoneface; Bloom lacks range to support Crusades epic. 364
FINAL COUNTDOWN 76 days until eviction. 101
FOOTBALL: 'This has been a huge missed opportunity for Welsh football; WELSH PREMIER SPECIAL REPORT David Triggs investigates the growing row between Welsh Premier clubs and the FAW over a pounds 1.6m European windfall. 1003
Football: Achterberg extends stay despite lure of top-flight deal in Dutch homeland. 287
Football: Ameobi happy to back among the goals again. 204
FOOTBALL: Arsenal duo could miss the Cup final. 306
FOOTBALL: Bay duo given the green light. 128
Football: Carvalho sets up CSKA final place. 92
Football: Chester consider raid for Doncaster's Blundell. 287
Football: Contract talks under way with Prenton senior stars. 622
FOOTBALL: Dr Who bids to exterminate Glazer. 268
Football: FA move Everton nearer a 'dream; Carsley upbeat as decision hands Champions League place to fourth. 275
Football: Glazer bid to be exterminated. 92
Football: Goodison duo may be fit for Newcastle. 607
FOOTBALL: Heinze losing fitness battle. 405
Football: Hiddink backing Benitez to find Milan masterplan. 822
Football: I will pick a team to win, Little assures Dons' rivals. 255
Football: Injury rules Henry and Ljungberg out of Mersey clashes. 263
Football: Kezman: I'm not happy on bench. 104
Football: Liverpool could face wait for European fate. 452
Football: Pearce in job call. 80
Football: Ralph is among four let go by Vics. 178
FOOTBALL: Reds can enjoy Turkish delight; Hiddink tips Rafa to bring home cup. 1250
FOOTBALL: Reds could face wait to discover their fate. 437
FOOTBALL: Smith: I can't see my best players staying; Wrexham boss believes Dragons' top stars may be off. 519
FOOTBALL: Stubbs in race; vertonskipperfightingtobefittoface Toon. 563
FOOTBALL: WE ARE CLOSER TO OUR DREAM. 261
FOOTBALL: WPL: We need more funding. 277
FORMULA ONE: BAR ban praised by Bernie. 193
Frank Sinatra. 106
Fur fighters; Welsh rock icons backing Wrexham's bid for survival. 293
General Election 2005: All political parties remain cautious over exit poll forecasts. 370
General Election 2005: Historic victory but majority slashed; Daily Post Political Correspondent Rob Merrick reports on a night of drama throughout the country. 1039
General Election 2005: Q UOTES. 265
General Election 2005: The talking is over as the people give their verdict. 333
General Election 2005: TV exit poll forecast gives McVey victory. 1198
General Election 2005: Vote down but Labour candidates stroll home. 1234
GOG SOUND. 395
GOLF: Dredge delight. 88
Golf: Robertson in revival as Calcavecchia ties the knot. 334
Good deeds for business success. 310
HOCKEY: Liverpool looking to finish on a high. 147
I didn't see any impact they just wen tup in flames; Witness tells of her horror as she watched two drivers die. 634
I'm a bit mental; says the man who has just paid pounds 63k for a piece of sand. 575
ICI profits up but near future looks uncertain. 271
Illegal dye found in more food. 174
Jackson trial wrangle. 212
Jaguar unveils new X-type to revive flagging fortunes; Halewood workers hope to benefit after slump in sales. 345
Jail for man who drove at caretaker; Park warden had to dive out of way. 407
Killer hunt police commended. 297
Killer wrongly thought victim was paedophile; Man jailed for life for horrific murder in barn. 280
LETTER: Blame colour TV. 196
LETTER: Death knell for our village shops. 179
LETTER: Jail must be a real deterrent. 228
LETTER: Labels lunacy. 141
LETTER: Legal drugs. 82
LETTER: LFC should stay. 190
LETTER: Save our greens. 164
LETTER: Slow down. 223
LETTER: Statues hazard. 245
LETTER: Two solutions in one. 146
LETTER: Vote outrage. 174
LETTER: Wind no use. 183
Local Athletics: Butterfield quick to make his mark on sprint debut in West Cheshire success. 108
Local Athletics: Howard shows way to victory; Samantha lifts Sandgrounders. 467
LOCAL CRICKET: Injury-hit Liptrot sets sights high for future. 471
LOCAL CRICKET: Upton spark now reaping the rewards. 268
LONDON MARKET. 293
Man held over consulate bomb; Security tightened after blast. 262
Man who stole pounds 18,000 in benefits spared jail. 219
MOTOR RACING: Ecclestone fires warning shot at BAR. 351
Motorcycling : All roads lead to sprinting spectacular. 493
MOTORSPORT: Motorsport in crisis after 'ill-conceived' law change. 463
Murder arrest doctor maintains his innocence. 197
MUSIC: JONI MITCHELL. 83
MUSIC: KT TUNSTALL. 94
MUSIC: MORCHEEBA. 84
MUSIC: Rapper's game for survival and fame. 90
MUSIC: STEVE BROOKSTEIN. 84
New plan to restore blaze-hit mansion. 162
Newspaper advertising slows. 147
OBITUARY: Bob Hunter. 344
Patch of sand bought for pounds 63,000. 192
PHIL REDMOND: Results that count count. 460
Post Past: Clarke's goal return not to be sniffed at. 334
Post Past: New faces bring about a new dawn. 314
Post Soap: Fourth spot and place in Europe can still be ours; Liverpool Supporter. 456
Post Soap: We don't need to be told to make a noise; Everton Supporter. 432
POST SOAPBOX: Fans' prerogative. 160
POST SOAPBOX: Graphic error. 101
POST SOAPBOX: Lessons learned. 120
POST SOAPBOX: Off target. 80
POST SOAPBOX: Time to share. 145
POST SOAPBOX: Well done. 121
Protester threatens to jump 200ft into Strait; Anger at wait for health treatment. 453
Racing: Brittain continues Chester love affair. 447
RACING: Gypsy set to be Dee king. 332
RESTAURANT: Casino visit was my licence to thrill; Jane Gallagher steers clear of gaming tables, but can't resist a flutter with food. 796
RESTAURANT: TIPS. 326
Review : Liverpool Film Night/ FACT Centre. 428
RUGBY LEAGUE: Suspended Millward set to learn Saints fate. 432
RUGBY UNION: Changes help Cheshire bid. 167
RUGBY UNION: Colin loses vote; Charvis not captain as young guns head to US. 674
RUGBY UNION: Cotton resigns from RFU duties. 80
RUGBY UNION: Ruddock looks to Wales future. 86
SAILING: Competitors hoping for better weather. 231
Scientists work to save heritage. 387
So you want to ... draw cartoons. 230
Soccer star Owen to wed in hotel close to childhood home. 215
STAR GAZING: Star contracted MRSA after op. 84
Teen gets life for jeweller's murder. 183
Teenage killer gets life. 591
TENNIS: Henman falls to Slovakian. 137
TENNIS: Henman left frustrated by Rome exit. 241
TENNIS:: Wales triumph. 90
THE BIG PICTURE: Good in parts but not movie heaven; The Kingdom of Heaven (Cert 15 Stars Orlando Bloom, Eva Green, Jeremy Irons, David Thewlis, Marton Csokas, Brendan Gleeson, Liam Neeson and Edward Norton; director Ridley Scott. 144 mins Rating. 573
The long hard road to instant fame. 329
Theatre is my first love; He's been a pop star, TV presenter, a gender bender and a rocker - now Jonathan Wilkes will be singing his heart out as the deaf, dumb and blind kid in Tommy. Philip Key reports. 1146
Thief escapes jail term. 186
Third house searched in baby murder probe. 484
THOUGHT for the DAY. 196
Two held over flats inferno. 290
UK resorts face water test stigma. 109
UN worker quizzed over British Consulate bomb. 298
Valerie Hill: ROBERT ELMES. 115
Valerie Hill: Sad to say, but Wayne typical is a typical teenager. 521
Valerie Hill: So who thought this one up, then. 123
Valerie Hill: THE Princess Diana Fountain. 163
Valerie Hill: William Wordsworth's daffodils. 102
VOTE 2005: Batman protest foiled. 532
VOTE 2005: Keys: 'I did it for Tom. 128
VOTE 2005: Labour's Ruane claims victory. 1035
VOTE 2005: Tony's night of hard Labour. 840
VOTE 2005: Tory win in Putney. 137
VOTE 2005: Welsh Tories bomb scare. 162
We'll back out if you put waste site here; pounds 22m withdrawal threat from protesting firms. 428
Wife in chainsaw horror. 93
Win tickets to Brassed Off. 87
Women Football: Bowdon call-ups. 106
YOUR SHOUT: Lets cast aside the old rivalry. 139
YOUR SHOUT: Please help save club. 158
YOUR SHOUT: Reds can push on next season. 143
YOUR SHOUT: William Gallas. 85

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