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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (October 28, 2005)

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$1.8bn in bribes paid to Saddam regime. 138
300 more bins to help keep city clean. 172
A musical celebration in memory of Anthony; Stars mingle with teenager's friends. 440
A welcome return for the boldest of ballets. 680
Accused denies murder attempt. 93
As bad as it gets; Verdict as George Best fights for life. 575
Asda given more time to build store. 183
Assembly action bid over dentists. 135
AT HOME WITH THE WALTONS: Give me my rites. 704
Attacked man needed 40 stitches. 234
Aviva hit by margins squeeze. 189
BEAT IT CLARKE; DAILY POST Your voice in Wales: It's official - we have the best police force in Wales. Then why on earth does this Home Secretary seem hellbent on its destruction. 443
Big cat link after goat's killing. 149
Blockbuster drugs boost Astra sales. 87
Brady says killings had ended. 200
Bun roamin; Rabbits retire to lap of luxury. 420
Butcher challenge to ban on trading. 137
Car tax fiddle. 83
CD review. 396
Children's diet plans 'not enough. 210
Chiron earnings show recovery from Speke flu vaccine fiasco. 307
Claire cuts her charges to pounds 150k; But Crosby MP still claims most expenses in the region. 910
COMMUNITY SPORT: Karate club has more than 100 titles under its belt. 723
Cooking up a storm of controversy in the arts; Work by Sarah Lucas will shock and entertain. 751
Costly MPs may be good value. 334
Council tax plan 'wasted pounds 15m. 190
Couple's new venture ready for young customers. 151
Cricket: Flintoff t seek solace from old room-mate. 597
Cricket: Flurry in transfer market sees big changes in Premier League. 537
Cricket: Loudon will trade 'toff' jibes for Test place. 284
Cricket: No Fred feud; Flintoff denies Vaughan row on captaincy. 412
Cycling: Strasbourg start for Basso's Tour bid. 279
Dangerous rapist on the run. 84
Daughter of victim 'trusted GP' over drugs. 381
Dire bird flu warning. 110
Driving Seat: a matter of OPINION - Viva Espana. 989
Driving Seat: Briefly. 157
Driving Seat: Device to stop deer deaths. 248
Driving Seat: Miles of smiles. 721
Driving Seat: motorcycling - New bikes - and even newer bikes. 620
Driving Seat: plugs POINTS. 370
Driving Seat: Porsche challenger. 258
Drug mix-up left me in agony needing op; Mum and son in medicine labels mistake. 469
DVD view. 427
Family poison tragedy. 110
fan SCENE: Blues can't just raise their game against big guns; EVERTON. 358
fan SCENE: Party pooper Alex; WREXHAM. 352
fan SCENE: Reds down and out in October; LIVERPOOL. 278
fan SCENE: This doesn't fool anyone; MANCHESTER UNITED. 397
Fans pray football icon pulls through. 212
Film: On. 526
Film: showing. 380
Film: THE BIG PICTURE - Swashbuckling hero unmasked; THE LEGEND OF ZORRO (PG) Starring: Antonio Banderas, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Adrian Alonso, Rufus Sewell, Nick Chinlund. Director, Martin Campbell; 130mins Rating. 473
Fire suicide threat in siege; Bailiffs tried to seize house. 471
Flat death treated as suspicious. 97
Football - premier NEWS: BUT WHAT DO THE BOSSES THINK; CHRISTOPHER BEESLEY ON THE WELSH PREMIER. 472
Football - premier NEWS: unday the day for decision on summer football; CHRISTOPHER BEESLEY ON THE WELSH PREMIER. 364
Football: Airbus trip big test for Bangor - Davenport; WELSH PREMIER. 196
Football: Bruce returns to Birmingham. 248
Football: Bully-boy methods won't stop us - Terry. 272
Football: City may rush Fowler back. 95
Football: COMPETITION - Chance to win DVD history of Champions of Europe. 312
Football: Dixie hopes Druids can raise game; WELSH PREMIER. 330
Football: Dutchman an instant hit with Goodison fans. 642
Football: Dyer on comeback trail as Grimsby defend Whittle. 313
Football: Former Dragons star basks in glory. 348
Football: Gascoigne excited by Kettering challenge. 412
Football: Gazza: I won't walk out on Kettering. 269
Football: Henry doubt for London derby. 91
Football: Henry staying. 82
Football: Heskey and Forssell gear up for Moyes's men. 377
Football: I'm happy fans have taken to me - And; Dutchman pleased with Goodison bow. 648
Football: Improved showing has Kewell in line for home return. 385
Football: INJURY NEARLY ENDED CAREER; Naysmith My ankle hell. 504
Football: Kewell set for starting role at Anfield. 385
Football: Kidney injury rules Kirkland out. 268
Football: Kirkland's fresh KO. 158
Football: Last season was the best time of my life; EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW Mark Currie talks to Wrexham's returning striker Juan Ugarte about the club he regards as home. 746
Football: Naysmith was close to ending career; Scot tells of injury nightmare as left-back jinx strikes Ferrari. 689
Football: Pardew: We won't hide from wounded Liverpool. 592
Football: Ranieri is linked t o Hearts job. 220
Football: Robson is one of two targeted. 82
Football: Rossi aims to make Ruud impression; Superkid wants to be as good as Van. 545
Football: Rovers' manager puts his faith in proven hitmen; Little to persist with Facey and Greenacre. 748
Football: Sam Wades in t o nick Welsh winner; Wales' youngsters beat Scotland at Rhyl VICTORY SHIELD Wales U16 1 Scotland U16 0. 452
Football: We'll be cautious with Lee Smith. 224
Football: Whittle likely to face FA rap. 86
Geldof is Nobel Man of Peace. 169
Giant new gas pipeline announced. 191
Golf: I'm back thanks to Langer's belief in me - Montgomerie. 698
Golf: Monty sharing lead in Masters. 550
Golfing gadget wins inventor top trophy. 467
Guterman support for bid scorned. 169
Half-term tourists bask in record sun. 553
Healthcare firm parts with chief. 322
Hockey: Hightown in crunch match. 210
I told you this path was treacherous; Councillor breaks his arm in fall. 436
India aid offer to Pakistan. 315
Israel's fear of attack. 142
Jolie wants to adopt again. 175
Kate Moss checks out of rehab care; Model's bid for comeback. 252
Letter: A natural forest. 264
Letter: Heal old wounds. 347
Letter: Land is badly managed. 131
Letter: No flying. 161
Letter: Queen Mary trip. 220
Letter: Road charges. 157
Letter: Terror plans. 106
Live 8 beginning of end for poverty, says Geldof. 248
LONDON MARKET. 296
Looking beyond the away fans; Philip Key finds out about the latest play from Liverpool about football. 963
Lottery aid by busload. 136
Man badly injured in crash. 80
Matt's making Grimm decisions. 329
Mersey police get high score for reduction in crime. 259
Met: No shoot to kill policy. 95
Motor Racing: Mansell back on grid with F1 masters. 299
Motor Racing: Mansell plays down chances. 86
Moving away from the reality fame game. 445
MP urges end t o Merseytram saga; Deadline on Monday. 410
MPs insist smoking ban should apply to every pub. 392
Music: classical. 476
Netball: Thunder fail to weather Hurricanes' might. 396
New life for old building. 126
notice BOARD. 166
OAP died of fright when car flipped. 146
OBITUARY: Alvin Josephy. 382
Olympics: Venue poser for 2012 chiefs. 237
ON THIS DAY. 232
Outrage at Iran's threat to Israel. 410
Police hunt spray attack boys. 161
Police to stop more Asian people after July bombings. 474
Post Box: More heart and more goals vital to moving up table. 443
Post Box: No motivation. 89
Post Box: Only against the best are we good enough. 414
Post Box: Same route. 85
Post Box: Score goals. 152
Post Box: Show faith. 125
Post Box: Transfer woe. 116
Post Box: True Blue. 91
Prison security fails to spot drugs. 152
Property firm plans two luxury hotels. 366
Proposals ludicrous, say cancer experts. 125
Queen of comedy enjoys her Derby and Joan day; Joan Rivers pays a visit to Knowsley Hall but his Lordship was not at home Peter Elson reports. 692
Racing: Ouija Board gets ready for Breeders' Cup double bid. 674
Racing: Place has the winning look. 343
Racing: Place has winning look. 343
Rallying: Loeb is seeking the 'perfect' 10. 82
Region's MPs claim pounds 1.3m in expenses. 456
RESTAURANTS: An Almighty fine place for dinner; Emma Johnson visits a masterpiece in regeneration. 997
RESTAURANTS: EATING IN - Indulge yourself with two of the seven deadly sins of chocolate. 478
RESTAURANTS: TIPS. 340
Rugby League: Pryce may be right man for Britain; RUGBY LEAGUE: TRI-NATIONS SERIES. 617
Rugby League: Sculthorpe set to join Tigers. 81
Rugby League: Wiki's record-breaking success down to 'magic potion. 227
Rugby Sevens: Wales pick Melbourne tour squad. 177
Rugby Union: English rugby's club versus country crisis deepens. 352
Rugby Union: Gardner retains prop role for Sefton. 252
Russian airline t o buy Airbus A320. 92
Scourge of call centres. 136
Scoutmaster in court. 133
Shell smashes its profit record at pounds 1.5m an hour. 578
Smoking ban for students; and were talking about tobacco here. 388
Supreme Court setback for Bush. 215
Tennis: Cash injection will create community tennis club. 235
Tennis: Murray blocks Czech comeback for third round spot. 375
The List: Anti-invasion Proclamation; David Powell talks to Craig Reid - half of Scottish musician twins The Proclaimers. 522
The List: culture VULTURE. 329
The List: End of the world as they knew it. 638
The List: gog SOUND. 387
The List: Mysterious mischief on the rooftop. 337
The most costly. 120
THOUGHT for the DAY. 200
Time capsule buried on site of controversial new Beetham West Tower. 238
Tinsel Town. 407
Top brands drive BAT tobacco sales. 161
TRAIN DERAILED: Closed line causes commuters more delays and chaos. 204
TRAIN DERAILED: Fleet of 57 trains may be inspected in probe; Rail inspectors hope that a black box may hold vital clues to why a Merseyrail rush-hour train slewed off its track Sam Lister reports. 1062
Tributes to a footballing legend. 177
Two drivers died in 'fireball' crash; Evidence wiped out by flames. 380
Two held over riot murder. 125
VALERIE HILL: Career snakes along the way up the work ladder. 715
VALERIE HILL: Cheese becomes all Greek to me. 150
VALERIE HILL: Martin Halstead. 92
VIEWPOINT: SIARAD PLAEN. 486
Warm winds from the South give Britain autumn heatwave. 183
We are not giving up says top doctor in battle to save Best's life. 180
We must act now - minister. 188
We've got the finest police in Wales; Inspectors' report is 'a ringing endorsement. 579
Weaker consumer spending sees Boots profits fall 10. 273
Without my Gwyn Id have been dead a long time ago. 481
Workmen leave homes without water. 81
Youngsters ride to raise cash for starving children. 221
your LETTERS: Cat's the cream. 149
your LETTERS: Get your licence. 130
your LETTERS: Sanctuary lesson. 90
your LETTERS: Unheeded lesson. 288
your LETTERS: Vile bird trade may be a killer. 135
your LETTERS: Wind farm reality. 168
your SHOUT: A fairer way to decide ties. 88
your SHOUT: Start of the good times. 110

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