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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (June 13, 2006)

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A business well worth valuing. 630
A one-joke comedy to make women laugh; DRAMA REVIEWDirty Dusting/ Liverpool Empire. 372
Abandoned court case opens way for hotel. 507
Abusive drug addict took two knives into hospital. 304
Africa Oye festival to be seen by millions in US; City event filmed by cable TV. 391
Airbus management issue long-term jobs promise; No factories under threat after BAE sell-off. 299
Al-Zarqawi's successor named by Al Qaida. 368
Andrew goes private to put into practice what he preaches. 519
Apology for foreign prisoner crisis. 212
Approval for lung drugs. 169
Athletics: Sport ROUND-UP - Dwain in dock. 101
Bathgate stars as Rainhill maul Mossley Hill. 334
BBC's Top Gear accused of glorifying aggressive driving. 164
Bill to tackle honours system corruption. 289
Blood pressure checks at Tesco. 234
Bootle job losses to cost pounds 15m as hawks eye A&L. 358
Bosses give Airbus wing jobs pledge. 164
Branching out. 120
BRITAIN: Brother, six, 'found little sister in mystery death'. 381
BRITAIN: Met chief is doing fine job, says Blair. 415
BRITAIN: Secrecy powers worry coroners. 235
BRITAIN: uk NEWS - Air rifle horror. 107
BRITAIN: uk NEWS - Girl picks up garden bomb. 114
BRITAIN: uk NEWS - Sailors sorry. 91
BRITAIN: uk NEWS - Wall fall death. 95
But I really DO support Ghana. 219
Cahill secures historic win to leave Japanese dejected; WORLD CUP GERMANY 2006 Australia 3 Japan 1. 577
CAPITAL EYE. 499
CD captures the sound of the eighties; MUSICAL MEMORIES SOUNDS OF THE NORTH WEST Punk sparked the rise of a new wave of bands in Liverpool and Manchester. Mike Chapple speaks to Paul Morley, the man behind a new collection celebrating memorable times. 1369
Children left out of wills. 183
Chris is firms' first port of call. 596
City crime warden scheme to be expanded. 145
City to choose its new chief today. 480
Coaches in spotlight; COACH OF THE YEAR. 119
COMMENT & ANALYSIS: OBITUARY - Anthony Freire Marreco. Obituary 365
COMMENT & ANALYSIS: ROB MERRICK OUR MAN IN WESTMINSTER. 436
COMMENT & ANALYSIS: THOUGHT for the DAY. 237
Common sense is all the man wants; FLY IT IF YOU MUST ... BUT THINK FIRST. 834
Cricket: Brothers in arms inspire Llay to storming cup win; WELSH CUP. 263
Cricket: Chester lose top spot to rivals after modest showing. 376
Cricket: England to get more ruthless in one - dayers. 346
Cricket: Johnston ready to fulfil his ambition. 350
Cricket: Jones powers Bethesda to victory; NORTH WALES LEAGUE. 356
Cricket: Stand-in Strauss ready to adopt ruthless approach. 793
Cycling: Holt ends Walsh bid. 99
DAILY POST YOUR VOICE IN WALES: Time for nuclear answers. 352
DAVID CHARTERS. 812
Diane draws on her experience. 648
EU Commissioner in pledge to cut red tape by 25%. 209
Everything stops for students to cross the road. 304
Fair trial doubt for suspects. 194
Five face October trial after denying murder of policewoman. 218
flashBACK: Welch Fusiliers get freedom of the city. 688
Folic acid helps in the battle against early cancer. 266
Football: Advocaat glad he's back on big stage; WORLD CUP GERMANY 2006 SOUTH KOREA v TOGO Group G, today 2pm, BBC1. 302
Football: Baros fears he may miss tournament; IT'S THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH. 254
Football: Brazil begin trophy defence; IT'S THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH Coach Parreira plays down favourites tag, but challenges his players to emulate greats. 518
Football: Cole: I'm fed up of being hailed a star I just want to help England to glory; THE 2006 WORLD CUP FOCUS ON GROUP B. 964
Football: Crouch ready to change style to combat fussy refs. 586
Football: Crouch: I can make impact from bench; Liverpool striker happy to step back. 401
Football: CROUCH: I'LL GIVE WAY FOR ROONEY; Striker willing to stand down. 544
Football: Czechs off to a flyer but may miss Baros and Koller for tournament; WORLD CUP GERMANY 2006 USA 0 Czech Republic 3. 298
Football: Debutants Togo are in turmoil; IT'S THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH. 108
Football: Downing aims to play his way into England future under McClaren; WORLD CUP GERMANY 2006. 698
Football: Downing is out to impress; THE 2006 WORLD CUP FOCUS ON GROUP B. 150
Football: Eriksson's gamble has made us laughing stock. 648
Football: Everton duo close to future decisions. 271
Football: Franck raise from Zidane; WORLD CUP GERMANY 2006 FRANCE v SWITZERLAND Group F, today 5pm, BBC1. 285
Football: Ghana are undone by the Italians; IT'S THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH. 221
Football: History-maker Cahill's delight as double caps Australia comeback. 184
Football: In Brief - Redknapp would like to lure Adams. 94
Football: In Brief - Southgate happy to acquire Huth. 90
Football: Legendary midfielder forced to call it quits. 595
Football: Lippi pleased with Azzurri display; WORLD CUP GERMANY 2006 Italy 2 Ghana o Group E, Hanover. 329
Football: New Rovers manager Moore urges supporters to 'keep the faith'. 308
Football: Parreira: We must win competition in order to be compared to Brazilian greats; WORLD CUP GERMANY 2006 BRAZIL v CROATIA Group F, tonight 8pm, BBC1. 584
Football: Self-belief important factor in progressing. 340
Football: Skupski aiming to impress home supporters. 241
Football: Sven's selections have made us a laughing stock; THE 2006 WORLD CUP FOCUS ON GROUP B. 392
Football: Sweden play down talk of player fight; THE 2006 WORLD CUP FOCUS ON GROUP B. 216
Football: Terry tells boo boys: Lay off Hargreaves. 296
Football: TNS given pounds 450,000 for makeover of Park Hall; WELSH PREMIER. 384
Football: Trini Cyd owes a debt to Fenwick; THE 2006 WORLD CUP FOCUS ON GROUP B. 223
Football: Trinidad & Tobago are not just along for the ride; WORLD CUP GERMANY 2006. 298
Football: Two-goal Cahill is the hero as Aussies break their duck; IT'S THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH. 423
Football: United farewell a fitting end to Keane's career. 983
Football: United legend Keane forced to quit. 236
Football: Villar set for scan; THE 2006 WORLD CUP FOCUS ON GROUP B. 174
Football: worldcup ROUND-UP - Ballack ready; IT'S THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH. 135
Football: worldcup ROUND-UP - Ronaldo still very confident; IT'S THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH. 149
Football: worldcup ROUND-UP - Upbeat Gunner; IT'S THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH. 89
Football: Zidane set for final flourish; IT'S THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH. 178
Former mayor's trial on benefit fraud charges begins today. 248
Formula one: Sport ROUND-UP - Bernie in talks. 99
Forty years after Cathy, more - but not all - are finding a home. 152
Going off the rails. 95
Golf: Archer first out on Major debut day; Golfnorthwest Early start for Dougherty too at US Open. 731
Golf: Blackhurst drives into S&A s hall of fame; Hole in one achieved on yard third at famous links. 739
Golf: County hopes fading in defeats. 380
Golf: Golfnorthwest - Testing challenge among high rollers to manor born; GOLFING TRAVELOGUE Richard Williamson finds there's more to Wales than just a Ryder Cup venue Out and About. 1369
Golf: Mold face champs; 56 teams are battling for ladies crown at Wrexham. 303
Golf: NEWS FROM AROUND THE CLUBS. 583
Golf: Quartet among the prizes. 311
Golf: Win trip for two to Ryder Cup. 318
Grain looks one to follow. 339
Hall glass floor plan on hold. 215
Has enough been done to save two city projects? Jessica Shaughnessy assesses the problems facing plans for the Royal Liverpool University Hospital and the Hall Lane bypass. 294
Hillside to host Amateur in centenary year. 328
Hologram conference gives massive image boost. 182
Horse Racing: Dunlop looks at Royal Ascot options for Ouija Board. 403
Horse Racing: Grain looks one to beat. 354
Hospitality accolade for city waterfront hotel. 162
I don't care about dead thief, says raid victim; EXCLUSIVE. 766
In Brief: Athlectics - Chambers may lose more medals. 98
IN BRIEF: Campbell in attack over economy. 92
In Brief: Motor Racing - Hamilton tipped to usurp Button. 92
In Brief: Rugby Union - Worsley ready to take his chance. 94
It's clear to see why Aigburth Glass relies on word of mouth. 659
Lawn Tennis: Coach concerns don't worry me, insists Murray. 349
Lawn Tennis: Henman happy with win while Rusedski left raging. 686
Lawn Tennis: Sport ROUND-UP - Murray's not in any hurry. 156
LEISURE TIME: newsQUIZ. 86
Linnets sack Goulding. 119
LONDON MARKET. 268
Lord Mayor boycotts superstore opening in planning protest. 326
Man is charged with murder. 158
Mass picket warning in strike vote. 245
Maxwell's right blend; JUNIOR GOLF. 137
Mersey coroners face jobs contest in inquests revamp; First overhaul for 730 years. 456
Merseyside vets to decide fate of dangerous dogs. 479
More orders add to Welsh strength; New figures point to robust growth. 287
Mosquitotone, annoying - and here. 145
Mother killed in rickshaw crash. 241
Motorway traffic lights planned to cut congestion. 277
Nathan weathers storm to lead win; JUNIOR GOLF. 153
New lavatories - thanks to one angry commuter. 479
ON THIS DAY IN ... 133
Online job ads take a tumble. 142
Osborne takes honours in first major of season at Chester. 257
OVER TO YOU: cutest kids; pounds 10 winner your pictures, your events... your page. 112
Paedophile's sentence an insult, say victim's family. 514
Partners hit the heights together. 759
Pasties and tarts fit for a prince. 216
Peeping doctor was 'bird watching. 208
Plane diverted in smoke alert. 93
Plea for worship in schools. 216
PM backs London police chief as pressure grows. 456
Property cash a priority. 181
Radio station wins a pounds 1m grant and 24-hour licence. 548
Rail move runs out of steam. 219
RBS flexible business loan. 467
Return to Rhyl; For a fun-packed 4 pages of memories. 531
Royal pro Race earns plaudits by degrees. 618
Ruby League: Morley set to sign for Wolves. 170
Rugby Union: Playing it tough; Sin-binned pair are not condemned by Jenkins. 490
Rugby Union: SOUTH Wales visitors. 88
Rugby union: Sport ROUND-UP - U21 shake-up. 81
Safe way to healthy finances. 632
Sailing: Smith has measure of Mersey conditions. 291
Sailors wild on Scilly. 96
Scotching some marketing myths. 400
Secure future for progressive firm. 654
Sextuplet parents back new guide. 231
Shop supplements web income. 552
Sinn Fein puts onus on DUP. 130
Soccer fans to bear brunt of railway workers' wrath. 548
SOCIAL DIARY; A week in the nightlife of the North West with CAROLYN HUGHES. 373
Standard Life shares windfall is likely to be cut by pounds 200. 307
Student reviewer now a World Cup linchpin. 924
Swimming: Parry's five of best. 118
The attraction of the fairground; It is Britain's most popular paid-admission attraction outside London. David Charters samples the charms of Pleasureland, in the genteel resort of Southport. 1450
The bypass scheme is not dead - merely delayed. 430
The Debate: Feed Back. 287
THE DEBATE: Years of congestion and uncertainty lie ahead. 405
The Post Forum. 208
The Royal Bank's Business Service Review. 340
Thirty years of success. 661
Three killed and scores hurt in Israel train crash. 400
TIME OUT: Your week ahead with Patrick Arundell. 771
Vet John is leading the way in treating our furry friends. 581
Viva!: ... and what about them? 94
Viva!: Every bite can lead to tantrums; WHEN IT COMES TO KIDS... THEY ARE WHAT THEY EAT. 890
Viva!: It's amazing the effect this drug has had; As Men's Health Week gets under way, Ian Parri meets Stuart Cooper, the victim of a devastating and debilitating disease whose life was transformed by a new wonder drug. 739
Volunteers call. 111
WALES/BRITAIN: Firm sells sneaky ringtone. 95
WALES/BRITAIN: Fury over sentence of child sex beast. 850
WALES/BRITAIN: Soldier killed named as para. 261
WALES/BRITAIN: Urgent call to monitor sex offenders. 253
WALES: Airplane pilot, 62, in runway crash escape. 148
WALES: Alarm over furnace fire. 98
WALES: Bosses hired private eyes to spy on Iraqi worker; Man on sick leave was secretly filmed for two months. 497
WALES: Fan fined for mislaid passport. 111
WALES: I want probe into nuclear cancer link; SUFFERER'S PLEA AS SCIENTIST CLAIMS RATES ARE 'ALARMINGLY HIGH' NEAR POWER PLANT. 693
WALES: Illegal cabbie caught in sting. 212
WALES: Keep off our cockle beds; Fisherman told to stay away from Dee in bid to save dwindling stocks. 483
WALES: King of the sky; His name's George, he's got a 9-foot wingspan ...and he could be flying over a town near you. 452
WALES: LLANDUDNO GETS THEATRE OF DREAMS. 195
WALES: Man arrested after stabbing. 93
WALES: pounds 2,000 fine for ramming bikers. 238
WALES: round UP - Crash man cut from wreckage. 109
WALES: round UP - Youth denies order breach. 86
WALES: Springer opera fury. 221
WALES: We won't syphon off N.Wales water. 286
WALES: We'll save even more lives from the skies. 450
WALES: WHO'LL LOOK AFTER ELDERLY IF WARD SHUTS? Staff fears as 30 beds face axe in pounds 10m cash crisis. 411
WALES: Youth hostel 'vital for firm'. 219
WALSE: I'll help students cook a feast fit for the Queen. 298
Wembley Stadium hit by new delay as workers told: You won't be paid. 158
Woman's ex-fiance denies murder. 217
World Cup big screen dropped; City cancels Clayton Square plans after weekend shame. 717
yourLETTERS: Calm the rant. 110
yourLETTERS: Recycle bid was thwarted by law. 159
yourLETTERS: Save hospital. 207
yourLETTERS: Thoughtless flags. 152
yourLETTERS: Water meter pain. 92
yourLETTERS: Welshness contest. 171

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