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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (February 17, 2006)

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200,000 fuel rebate payments by British Gas; Winter Warmth Special brought to you in association with British Gas. 893
A brass neck to ask for Scouse brass. 398
ACADEMY FOOTBALL: Everton aiming to avenge defeat; EVERTON. 440
ACADEMY FOOTBALL: Liverpool miss out on second; LIVERPOOL. 312
Accused PC 'tried to cheat partner. 166
Angela Duncan. 102
Athletic: Rudman shocked with her silver; WINTER OLYMPICS. 278
Athletics: Limited Snowdon numbers. 364
Athletics: Rudman's surprise silver in skeleton; WINTER OLYMPICS. 374
Athletics: Sport ROUND-UP - Dwain hold-up. 96
B&B makes pounds 310m as housing market finds stability. 316
Basketball: Sport ROUND-UP - Rodman error. 82
Blistered man calls for CS gas ban. 181
Blockbuster idea for Naked Poets organisation. 174
BowLeven chief dismissed. 91
Boy racer Meriva. 632
BRITAIN/INTERNATIONAL: It's the Queen Vic but not as we know it. 278
BRITAIN/INTERNATIONAL: Man is dragged under a train. 252
BRITAIN/INTERNATIONAL: uk NEWS - Bird flu alert. 113
BRITAIN/INTERNATIONAL: uk NEWS - British dad in US murder trial. 168
BRITAIN/INTERNATIONAL: You're losing 'war' Tories tell the US. 431
BRITAIN: Call for rethink on terror policy. 240
BRITAIN: Chart stars challenge for Eurovision glory bid. 166
BRITAIN: Jailed trio get appeal hearing. 224
BRITAIN: Shot PC 'stable' after second op. 431
BRITAIN: uk NEWS - Longer terms. 144
BRITAIN: uk NEWS - MG cars may roar back. 105
BRITAIN: uk NEWS - Miracle escape. 86
Britannia members share pounds 48m. 169
Busy Lizzy; Rockers on 20-date tour in memory of legendary frontman The Boys are Back In Town as Thin Lizzy make a comeback, says David Powell. 585
Careless driver escapes a ban. 214
CD review: Dilated Peoples 20/20 (Parlophone) Rating **. Sound Recording Review 91
CD review: Matt Costa Songs We Sing (Island) Rating ***. Sound Recording Review 101
CD review: Neil Diamond 12 Songs (Sony BMG) Rating ****. Sound Recording Review 100
CD review: The Hollies Staying Power (EMI) Rating *. Sound Recording Review 107
Children taken to 'car cruise'. 137
CINEMA VIEW. 720
City accident blackspots to get US-style traffic signals; Motorists should see pedestrian crossings earlier. 345
Citywatcher.com. 86
classical. 491
Cloning around; THE BIG PICTURE. 568
COMMENT & ANALYSIS: OBITUARY - Jackie Pallo. Obituary 363
COMMENT & ANALYSIS: Red carpet for a dear old Queen. 363
COMMENT & ANALYSIS: THE DAILY POST & YOU. 132
COMMENT & ANALYSIS: THOUGHT FOR THE DAY. 188
COUNCIL ERRORS KILLED MY DAD; Son's fury and coroner's concern over school suspension that led to suicide. 97
Court figures getting better. 202
Cricket: Revival can see Skem emerge from the shadows. 416
Cricket: Spurred on Strauss eager to put past troubles to rest. 715
Cricket: Strauss will not rest on his laurels. 517
Cricket: Woolmer offers tips for tour success. 217
culture VULTUR. 326
DAILYPOST YOUR VOICE IN WALES: Our society has become dirty-minded. 422
Dig in and give your garden some welly. 497
DVD view. 390
Elvis Presley. 99
End of Clipper race is in doubt. 275
Evidence against resort plan a farce, says lawyer. 527
Ex-England manager in JMU master-class. 164
Far-seeing JMU scientists receive their just reward. 533
Firm action promised as publisher's growth slows. 206
Five more sign up for Met Quarter. 112
Fooball: INBRIEF - King keen to stay at Tottenham. 96
Football: A game to make you pity non-followers. 424
Football: Calliste strikes as Liverpool win feisty Mini Derby; ONE DAY TO GO LIVERPOOL v MANCHESTER UNITED, FA CUP FIFTH ROUND. 412
Football: Dudek's hoping to keep the gloves; Goalkeeper ready for Cup date but Reina looks set for recall. 593
Football: Ferguson respects Cup rival Benitez. 426
Football: football ROUND-UP - Brooking dream ticket for Peters. 81
Football: Hasselbaink hopes Boro finally getting it right; UEFA CUP. 204
Football: Humiliated Jenkins: I don't want Wales job. 234
Football: I SHOULD BE NUMBER 1; Dudek hopes to keep place. 545
Football: INBRIEF - Birtles: Forest should take Hart. 83
Football: INBRIEF: - Camara punished for going AWOL. 86
Football: It's payback time for hungry chrouch; ONE DAY TO GO LIVERPOOL v MANCHESTER UNITED, FA CUP FIFTH ROUND Potless Rooney wants a silver lining at long last. 640
Football: Koumas aims to lose tag of being 'difficult'. 188
Football: Liverpool seeking revenge for defeat last month and 85 years of FA Cup hurt to United. 694
Football: McKenna warns TNS to stay sharp; WELSH PREMIER. 213
Football: New Canary Scott won't take flight; WELSH PREMIER. 364
Football: Osman confident of St James' Park return. 491
Football: Osman hopes to be fit for trip to Toon; Midfielder will try to shake off injuries. 502
Football: Phillips believes Caernarfon are not safe... yet; premier NEWS CHRISTOPHER BEESLEY ON THE WELSH PREMIER. 462
Football: Sir Alex: Rafa is a nice guy like Bob. 416
Football: St Helens back on form. 193
Football: Staunton calls-up five for debut squad. 269
Football: The plaudits mean nothing without a few medals to back them up - Rooney; LIVERPOOL v UNITED JUST ONE DAY TO GO. 977
Football: Time to push on; Pejic: Dragons ready to start promotion bid. 585
Football: Wales ace Calliste nets winner but Agger hobbles off; MINI DERBY. 210
Football: Win was deserved, but it should have been by more. 418
Football: Wirral's futsal stars forge sporting union; COMMUNITY SPORT. 663
Funeral of stabbed teenager. 172
Geneva taster to Ford's MPVs. 325
gog SOUND. 411
Golf: Jimenez keen to maintain superb start in Malaysia. 352
Golf: Sport ROUND-UP - Houston lifts off in Malaysia. 165
Hammer: A second chance; In the latest of our look at Wales' Commonwealth Games hopefuls Mark Currie talks to Welsh record-holding hammer thrower Laura Doulgas. 615
Hockey: Chester chase derby revenge. 183
HOMES AND GARDENS: Spring designs turn up the heat. 484
Hot Mazda unveiled. 261
IN BRIEF: Biker dies after crash with car. 82
In need of a snappier title. 115
Interest rates may fall as retail sales plunge again. 438
INTERNATIONAL NEWS: Cartoon protests turn deadly in Pakistan. 204
INTERNATIONAL NEWS: Israel planning to cut off funds to Palestinians. 473
Irish property firm snaps up apartments in pounds 10m deal. 355
It all began in 1868 outside the Houses of Parliament. 96
It's payback time for hungry Crouch; ONE DAY TO GO LIVERPOOL v MANCHESTER UNITED, FA CUP FIFTH ROUND Potless Rooney wants a silver lining at long last Striker seeking revenge after Old Trafford nightmare. 968
Judges are in Accord - JDM are champions. 164
Last respects at fitting send-off for Joan Jonker. 137
Letter: Becks appeal. 112
Letter: Come on Crouch. 142
Letter: COMMENT & ANALYSIS - Civil liberties; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. Letter to the Editor 163
Letter: COMMENT & ANALYSIS - Great victory; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. Letter to the Editor 117
Letter: COMMENT & ANALYSIS - Human rights; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. Letter to the Editor 296
Letter: COMMENT & ANALYSIS - Most smokers want to quit; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. Letter to the Editor 131
Letter: COMMENT & ANALYSIS - Nanny state; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. Letter to the Editor 157
Letter: COMMENT & ANALYSIS - Pubs stance; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. Letter to the Editor 206
Letter: COMMENT & ANALYSIS - Secret meetings; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. Letter to the Editor 152
Letter: COMMENT & ANALYSIS - Strong bonds; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. Letter to the Editor 143
Letter: Court drama is no good for us; WREXHA. 426
Letter: Cup is still our best bet for glory; MANCHESTER UNITED. 242
Letter: Everton's unique spirit was shown in Rovers match; EVERTON. 384
Letter: Finishing school; LIVERPOOL. 365
Letter: Time to realise. 121
Letter: We want musicians, not just celebrities. 173
Letter: yourSHOUT - Reds attack is the weak link. 87
Letter: yourSHOUT - Rich list covers financial truth. 119
LONDON MARKET. 326
Major firms unite in energy protest. 309
Making a comeback just like Elvis did. 700
Man, 22, attacked by gang. 112
McAteer blow leaves creative edge lacking. 765
Mersey professor's work recognised. 241
Merseyside force will miss Government merger deadline. 181
Migrant workers receive awards. 85
New man on the block aims to save as many as possible. 270
news QUIZ. 115
Nomads on move. 332
Officer admits having sex with woman while on duty. 394
ON THIS DAY ... 208
Opera Stir; Philip Key talks to the writers of probably the most controversial opera of all time. 1396
Out of the high street and into retail parks. 766
Parents of Asbo landlord charged. 136
Partner's daughter filmed in bath. 234
Performers sense the world's our audience; Daily Post Arts Editor Philip Key tests the pulse of Merseyside's artistic community, and finds mounting enthusiasm for 2008. 1076
plugs & POINTS. 387
Police arrest attempted murder suspect after man shot in back. 217
Police plan mass presence to head off cup tie trouble; Early kick-off should help to avoid clashes around Anfield. 537
Prescription charges may not be perfect - but they're the best way. 266
Probing the innards of the fly-by-wire bike. 591
QE2 to open city's new cruise liner terminal; EXCLUSIVE But superliner naming party goes south. 701
Racing: Ballyshan set to follow up. 294
Racing: Mercer nearing National make-your-mind-up time. 778
Racing: Testing ground expected for Red Square Vodka Gold Cup at Haydock. 105
RESTAURANTS: Even the menu is an appetising treat; Louise Douglas relishes a mystery to solve on a visit to Tapas Tapas. 907
RESTAURANTS: Moroccan treats are warming and full of flavour - and can also be a healthy choice; EATING IN. 448
RESTAURANTS: TIPS. 339
Rugby: IN BRIEF - Wilkinson suffers another injury. 96
Rugby: Jenkins will not work under current regime; Scarlets chief rules himself out of job. 585
Rugby: Oldershaw to honour two 'great' club stalwarts. 403
Rugby: Sculthorpe's ready for Saints return. 467
Rugby: Woody: Wales woe behind-the-scenes; SH RUGBY STILL IN SHOCK. 242
Shore touch; Gems abound in Dewi Roberts' anthology of work inspired by the Welsh coastline, as Gareth Bicknell discovers The likes of R S Thomas were very much concerned with the coast. 497
showing; Casanova (12a) Rating: ***. 205
SIARAD PLAEN. 483
Stirring time for the Philharmonic. 180
Tennis: IN BRIEF - Rusedski crashes out to Santoro. 91
Tennis: Sport ROUND-UP - Rusedski loses. 91
Terror alerts put police in the red. 343
The band that got the Elbow before fame and fortune even had a chance. 639
the STARS. 368
THEATRE REVIEW Dracula, Unity Theatre. 293
Think about drink. 154
Trendy Korean; a matter of OPINION. 989
TV presenter keeps mum over new baby reports. 165
UK wants terror detention camp closed, says Hain. 452
Vaughan angered by 'cheeky' approach. 263
WALES: 'Disabled' man who ran three pubs. 179
WALES: Act puts subsidised flights on horizon. 190
WALES: Anger as coastline left 'unprotected'. 191
WALES: Boundary changes go-ahead. 83
WALES: Centre is crying out to be used. 222
WALES: Club worker carried stun gun at his hip. 242
WALES: Cocaine scourge of the small villages. 330
WALES: Court date over flood barrier. 175
WALES: Crash driver escapes ban. 274
WALES: EISTEDDFOD ABERGYNOLWYN. 307
WALES: Experts to help families at war. 264
WALES: Farewell to docks' 'Mr Fitz'. 390
WALES: Ferry crash leaves fans' trips in chaos; Fast boat will be out of service for big rugby match. 422
WALES: He did more than he needed. 292
WALES: Hospitals smoke ban. 97
WALES: I'm suing surgery that struck me off; Grandad demands pounds 1,000 for suffering. 463
WALES: Just a peck on the cheek. 114
WALES: Kissing has to stop for school Romeos; New rules could cool the ardour in pupils' plays. 475
WALES: Leader broke rules in school merger talks. 331
WALES: N.Wales major gets honour for 7/7 role. 421
WALES: New seat of learning. 122
WALES: Our David should still be alive today; Family blame dad's death on way school handled suspension. 767
WALES: pounds 20k payout hope for victim's widow; But lawyer can't track her down in Australia to tell her good news. 508
WALES: Radio station targeted again. 139
WALES: Superforce plan 'based on a dodgy dossier' Union bosses say police merger is a muddle. 458
WALES: Wales needs some fresh ideas; Government a spent force - Plaid hopeful. 488
WALES: Yobs trash pounds 40,000 of instruments. 207
Was this the inspiration for Yellow Submarine? John Lennon and pal had whale of a time. 513
Watchdog called in over Henshaw pension deal. 803
Why police merger with English would have spelt disaster. 530
Work to start at Pier Head soon. 267
yourLETTERS: Don't be bribed. 137
yourLETTERS: Freedom in Wales. 174
yourLETTERS: Promises just made to break. 135
yourLETTERS: Rockfall dangers. 129
yourLETTERS: Terror backers. 151

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