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

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' Trapped by a lie' in website racism row; Language worker accepts police caution. 445
ACADEMY FOOTBALL: Dunn strike keeps up unbeaten start. 353
ACADEMY FOOTBALL: Youngsters on fire but at a cost. 369
All about... TREGARON. 123
Amateur Football: Bootle Youth. 104
Amateur Football: Champions thrashed; Mid-Cheshire. 136
Amateur Football: Cup holders crumble to super South Sefton. 430
Amateur Football: Dock prevail in battle at the top. 228
Amateur Football: Kelma scoop Shield in dramatic style. 318
Amateur Football: New name brings new lease of life to Rangers. 159
Amateur Football: Poulton powering on at top of the pile. 423
Amateur Football: Rooney teams up with Kenwright for victory. 267
Amateur Football: Swift double sees Saddle safely negotiate cup hurdl; Birkenhead Sunday League. 880
Amateur Football: Victoria chasing place in history. 327
Amateur Football: Ward and Aspey ensure Townfield stay top; Wallasey and District. 467
Amateur Football: Woodlands branching out with cup success. 256
Anger grows over school bus fees. 325
Arts Diary: Band to celebrate 25 years together. 236
Arts Diary: KEY Events; THE ARTS EDITOR'S PICK OF THE DAY. 226
Arts Diary: Teenage conqueror from New Zealand; Hayley Westenra will be in Liverpool soon. Philip Key reports. 502
ATHLETICS Donnelly heads the N. Wales challenge. 621
Bank gets behind culture company. 193
Bishop opens merged school. 401
Blair backs his new academies. 215
Bombings hit sales. 85
Bovis profits hit by downturn. 183
BOXING: Calzaghe: I will be facing Lacy. 93
BOXING: Give me a break, Lacy - Calzaghe; Welsh champ confident of superfight. 532
BOXING: Hatton set for unification bout. 90
Britons quizzed over Greek plane crash. 108
Calls for more Assembly powers. 252
CAPITAL EYE. 476
Chester City on brink of closure; Inland Revenue threatens to wind up debt-ridden club. 884
Clayton decks Aldridge for charity. 242
Cockle tragedy trial delayed. 137
Company managers set out to enhance their skills. 145
Cricket: ASHES SERIES - ENGLAND END 18 YEARS OF HURT: England heroes thanks families for loyal support. 239
Cricket: ASHES SERIES - ENGLAND END 18 YEARS OF HURT: Gatting hails new urn aces. 224
Cricket: ASHES SERIES - ENGLAND END 18 YEARS OF HURT: Heroic Pietersen bashes for Ashes; Knock of 158 key as England secure crucial draw. 935
Cricket: FINAL ASHES TEST: URN'D IT; Pietersen guides Vaughan's men to the Ashes. 393
Cricket: Southport runners-up as Prestatyn take title. 251
CRICKET: THE ASHES FIFTH TEST, THE OVAL, ENGLAND v AUSTRALIA: A champagne-soaked Michael Vaughan Vaughan hails incredible Ashes series as best ever. 366
CRICKET: THE ASHES FIFTH TEST, THE OVAL, ENGLAND v AUSTRALIA: Ashes glory led by heroic Pietersen. 921
CRICKET: THE ASHES FIFTH TEST, THE OVAL, ENGLAND v AUSTRALIA: COMMENT: An urn-believable finish to a glorious summer of top class Test cricket. 469
CRICKET: THE ASHES FIFTH TEST, THE OVAL, ENGLAND v AUSTRALIA: England warms to Warne after 12 years of pain. 356
CRICKET: THE ASHES FIFTH TEST, THE OVAL, ENGLAND v AUSTRALIA: Perfect day for England's batting saviour. 221
cutest kids. 81
David Banks: At last they find something they're good at then they go and spoil it all. 209
David Banks: Bosses miss the bus. 140
David Banks: Victorian values? They were at it like rabbits. 582
DAVID CHARTERS: They say they were lucky with the food. 803
Defiant Lucy's love of life wins through. 533
Dental school to expand. 177
Dog trials captain to go for trial. 165
Drink-drive cricketer faces jail. 117
eBay taps into lucrative internet phone market. 291
End-to-end UK trek in Dave's memory. 375
Euphoric skipper Vaughan pays tribute to his band of heroes. 258
Facelift transforms town's oldest park. 114
FEED BACK: LAST week we asked: "Would Liverpool benefit from its own Gay Village. 274
Flasher targeted children from van. 278
Football: Alonso: Why can't Reds win it again. 437
Football: Benitez expecting a tough test. 407
Football: Benitez will get a 'bunker battle. 329
Football: Blatter against automatic bans. 82
Football: Chester on brink. 299
Football: Classy Crouch is walking tall; as he steps into big Champions League arena Reds striker Pete finally silences the boo-boys. 1164
Football: Crouch's tall tale sees a new European chapter. 1197
Football: Dav hopes Price is right in City goal. 627
Football: Injury worries for City. 138
Football: It all seems to be going wrong, admits Shearer. 620
Football: Jose will say what he sees. 95
Football: Mourinho's not afraid to speak out. 86
Football: Red Devils strike duo look to fire things up. 394
Football: Smith: Clubs must judge what we do in May not September; League Two, Lincoln City v Wrexham, tonight, 7.45pm. 757
Football: Spanish stars warn against Real threat; UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE GROUP REAL BETIS v LIVERPOOL, TONIGHT, 7.45PM. 332
Football: Summerbee waiting on Rovers contract verdict. 751
Football: Valente to use his European experience. 622
Football: Valente's European rally cry for Blues. 408
Football: We can create more history and win again; Alonso confident a good start can put Liverpool on road to a sixth win in Paris. 654
FORMULA ONE: Button admits contract hope. 139
Fraudster must pay back pounds 100k; Jailed for conning elderly. 306
GOLF Casey and Levet claim wild cards for Trophy. 289
GOLF: Donald's day. 101
Golfnorthwest: Heswall captains for year. 121
Golfnorthwest: Ian is crowned Merit winner. 146
Golfnorthwest: MEET THE CHAMPION: Dave Walker - Bowring Occupation: Apple Mac operator Playing handicap: 6. 501
Golfnorthwest: Regional winners heading for final in Portugal. 313
Golfnorthwest: Richie is still going strong at age of 94; Ormskirk veteran relishes playing in competitions. 835
Golfnorthwest: Slattery battling for Tour survival. 289
Golfnorthwest: The sands of time running out for old-style bunkers. 492
Grandma saved by skills of Caitlyn, 6; School taught girl to deal with heart attack. 555
Group unlocks savings. 107
Hain to rule on ceasefires after N. Ireland rioting; Decision on status after weekend of violence. 527
Hain turns fire on the loyalist thugs; Government set to end recognition of truce. 431
Help track down the brute who killed our lovely nan. 144
Help track down the brute who killed our lovely nan; Last Thursday this caring and trusting old lady was savagely attacked in her own home as she was preparing to go to bed - the home that she had lived in for nearly 60 years and refused to leave, claiming that she intended to die peacefully, in her chair, watching Emmerdale on TV. 809
Iraq blast victim. 93
Jail for alcoholic. 91
Legal Week: Daredevil raises pounds 1,000. 111
Legal Week: Heavyweights recruit six high-fliers from rivals. 401
Legal Week: Lawyer lecture on claims. 115
Legal Week: Lawyers appoint IT personnel to meet conveyancing demand. 179
Letter: A tax we all have to pay. 150
Letter: Cheerful help. 222
Letter: Criminal tips. 155
Letter: Debate overdue. 103
Letter: English roots. 151
Letter: Fighting polio. 191
Letter: Keep politics out of policing. 185
Letter: Life after Katrina. 116
Letter: Memories of city. 192
Letter: Mini Eden concerns. 382
Letter: No threat to society. 118
Letter: Pollution of the noisy kind. 161
Letter: Protect elderly. 213
LOCAL CRICKET Commonwealth squeeze past Rainhill for Alliance. 353
LOCAL CRICKET Rain intervenes as title fight goes to final week. 391
LOCAL CRICKET Schofield pick of bowlers in evenly-poised game. 245
LONDON MARKET. 288
London to hail cricket heroes. 97
Loyal only to a love of violence. 405
Man claimed pounds 7,000 in benefits scam. 249
Man who attacked partner jailed. 324
Manager racially abused. 195
MARK LAWRENSON: Hard work will cure Everton's ills. 262
Mark Lawrenson: Leaving out Beckham is the way forward. 220
MARK LAWRENSON: Leaving out Beckham the way forward. 206
Mark Lawrenson: Only hard work will cure the Blues. 276
MARK LAWRENSON: Only the best will do against chief rivals. 485
Mark Lawrenson: Rafa must learn that only the best will do. 491
Money gives better school choices; Blair admits wealth helps, but academies give everyone a chance. 371
MOTOR RACING: BAR: Capture of Button is worth waiting for. 469
Museum's closure could affect Dock. 445
Obituary: Nathan Joseph. 344
Offender broke sex register rules. 136
One man's songs of praise; Through all the seasons in an ever-changing world, one voice has remained steady for 70 years in an old parish church. 1197
OUR MAN IN WESTMINSTER: Conducting a war. 474
Panic buying helps no-one. 316
Panic on at the petrol stations. 163
PEOPLE DETECTIVE: Search for valley roots; BRINGING FAMILY AND FRIENDS TOGETHER. 471
Plant will help hit recycling targets. 148
Police probe hedge poisoning mystery. 368
Post people. 110
Post Soapbox: Not happy. 112
Post Soapbox: Owen goal. 130
Primark to keep 40 Littlewoods stores. 418
Property up again. 83
Protesters' blockade threats spark fears of fuel drought among ordinary motorists. 172
Pumps run dry as drivers panic over petrol stocks. 697
Racing: Fayr Jag looks class act. 328
readers' pets. 89
Rhian earns royal reward. 188
Riddle of couple found dead in their bungalow. 340
Rig big attraction; Yachtsmen take a close up view of platform. 410
Rising costs a threat to firms. 237
Rock climber winched to safety by helicopter after fall. 128
RUGBY LEAGUE: Newton twin charges. 87
RUGBY UNION Roberts leads the way in Llangefni romp. 415
Sales suffer at shoe shops. 181
Satisfactory profits despite a tough year. 346
School tributes to three crash victims. 362
Slow rise in raw material costs eases pressure. 275
So what's it all about. 261
Soaring house prices save 7,000 homes from the axe. 561
SOCIAL DIARY; A week in the nightlife of the North West. 280
Stars back musician's efforts to raise money for Childline. 221
Start walking for health. 250
team spirit. 295
TENNIS Federer is the best I've faced - Agassi. 558
TENNIS: Federer is the best - Agassi. 283
The Debate: Should all police officers be issued with stun guns; MERSEYSIDE'S Chief Constable believes more front line officers should carry Taser stun guns. Alan Weston investigates. 1222
The man shot dead by police. 259
THE MARITIME HERITAGE COLLECTION PART TWO. 981
The poor relations of health. 297
THE POST FORUM: Should all police officers be issued with stun guns. 234
THEATRE Romeo & Juliet, Royal Exchange. 326
THOUGHT for the DAY. 212
Town may help spearhead Cycling England initiative. 525
Trevor Peake: CLUB RESULTS. 493
Trevor Peake: Home International series at Royal St George's. 134
Trevor Peake: Houston fails to find Master stroke. 282
Trevor Peake: Jason at the double; Teenager's swinging success at champs. 403
Trevor Peake: Life's a beach for Melanie. 220
TUC backs sacked workers. 250
Two held over boys murders. 189
University mace makes first appearance in cathedral. 320
Vitamin jab hope. 104
Viva!: Alternatively speaking. 221
Viva!: Clean living; Beauty products that are good for you, your karma... and the world. 252
Viva!: Good week, bad week. 193
Viva!: Love hurts. 627
Viva!: Something old, something new; More and more couples are turning their backs on church weddings in favour of more contemporary ways of tying the knot. But which is best, traditional or modern? Jill Tunstall asks two recently married couples. 907
Viva!: The Viva! girls love; Fragranced candles, hair gadgets and mascara that make your eyelashes extra long. 135
Viva!: Top tips for a top day. 375
Viva!: What is she wearing. 92
We're on the brink; Tory AM warns Treasur fuel protests could escalate. 431
Woman's dog ban after boys attacked. 236
Women in a man's world; It is more than 30 years since equal opportunity legislation was first introduced so why does gender still affect career decisions? Emma Johnson finds out. 1475
Work on hold as Ashes fever grips. 623
World News. 618
write caption. 128
Youth held over double murder. 203

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