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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (June 14, 2006)

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'... shot, kicked, slapped and then dragged down the stairs...' As terror raid brother talks, Scotland Yard faces tough questions. 555
A&L shares dip as bid dissolves. 352
Accountancy team's jungle safari to African freeport. 234
Al Qaida's pledge. 182
ALTERNATIVELY SPEAKING. 490
Anglican and RC schools to unite under one head; Two options for keeping primaries open. 499
as SEE IT. 449
Assembly's 'one-stop enterprise shop'. 273
Athletics: Clubs hold their own in Castles relay race. 359
Banking on firm advice; Utilities group appoints business experts. 299
Beckham's life a morality tale for pupils. 368
Beenhakker doesn't envy Sven; THE 2006 WORLD CUP FOCUS ON GROUP B. 184
Bidders move for builder. 234
Borough refuses to allow new decline; Penny Fray discovers how one Merseyside borough with big challenges has opened hearts and minds to new enterprising horizons. 1104
Borough's strategy proves a winner as start-ups increase, and companies seek to move into the area. 254
Bottleneck holds up superjumbo production. 143
Boxing: IN BRIEF - Harrison summit. 83
Britain is named in flight row. 298
Builders' bid for quick service. 197
Bumpy times ahead for economy, says King; Market watch. 682
Bush in surprise visit to help strengthen Iraqi ties; New move to lift poll ratings. 529
Business diary. 653
Caterham goes light. 186
Children die in Israeli raid. 308
Children killed by Israeli bomb. 426
City report. 188
Clothing chain shares rise as recovery continues. 292
Councils should ensure companies know about benefits. 409
Court triumph. 224
Cricket: Ashraful too much of a handful for St Mary's. 257
Cricket: Centurion Mark ends up on losing side. 341
Cricket: England able to cruise as Trescothick shines. 617
Cricket: Old hands save the day for England. 550
Currys shake-up to cut management. 225
DAILY POST YOUR VOICE IN WALES: This is how not to fund a school. 424
DANCE/MUSIC/DRAMA Andalucian Images of Carmina Burana,The Lowry, Manchester. 277
Dreaming of a sexy Alfa; Full Service History. 440
Dress code strictly ethical for Helen's shop. 250
dylan JONES-EVANS. 474
Ex-mayor denies benefit frauds. 401
Exhibition merely a hint of great artist; EXHIBITION Bruce Nauman/ Tate Liverpool Philip Key sounds out a new Merseyside exhibition. 470
Expelled council member dies. Obituary 249
Farewell to daughter of Mersey; HMS Onyx sets sail on her final voyage. 618
Fate of hundreds of glass jobs rests on court ruling. 499
Firm's amazing growth; Private business. 366
First Choice sunny days. 122
football ROUND-UP: Spurs silent on Carrick bid. 94
Football' Blohkin hot under the collar; ALL THE TOP ACTION FROM GERMANY SPAIN v UKRAINE, GROUP H, TODAY 2PM (ITV1). 172
Football: 1,000 men on cancer charity run in soccer star's memory. 471
Football: Alves deal nears as Liverpool bid to raise stakes. 317
Football: BLUES FINALLY SNAP UP LESCOTT; Defender to sign today. 420
Football: Borgetti's injury woe. 121
Football: Brazil nuts; ALL THE TOP ACTION FROM GERMANY Kaka seals victory but Ronaldo a big worry GROUP F. 346
Football: Bring on England! We believe yet another upset is on the cards. Interview 664
Football: Buckley juniors honoured; FOOTBALL SNAPS. 234
Football: Burscough snap up former Southport coach Watson. 409
Football: Cook named Port manager; Exclusive. 251
Football: Deal finally done as Lescott signs in; Everton pay initial pounds 2.5m for defender. 576
Football: Domenech refuses to blame referee after bore draw; WORLD CUP GERMANY 2006 Group G, Stuttgart. 397
Football: England must try to slow down says Owen; THE 2006 WORLD CUP FOCUS ON GROUP B. 598
Football: French will not blame ref; ALL THE TOP ACTION FROM GERMANY GROUP G. 170
Football: IN BRIEF - Bayern interested in van Nistelrooy; WORLD CUP GERMANY 2006. 93
Football: IN BRIEF - Gudjohnsen set for Barca switch; WORLD CUP GERMANY 2006. 82
Football: IN BRIEF - Keane to manage; WORLD CUP GERMANY 2006. 88
Football: Kaka: We must improve if we are to emulate greats; WORLD CUP GERMANY 2006 Group F, Berlin. 583
Football: Klinsmann warns of Poland backlash; ALL THE TOP ACTION FROM GERMANY GERMANY v POLAND, GROUP A, TODAY 8PM (BBC1). 309
Football: Klinsmann warns of tough Pole test; WORLD CUP GERMANY 2006 Group GERMANY v POLAND Group A, tonight 8pm, BBC1. 193
Football: Koreans hit back; ALL THE TOP ACTION FROM GERMANY GROUP G. 90
Football: Lemerre: Third time lucky for Tunisia; WORLD CUP GERMANY 2006 TUNISIA v SAUDI ARABIA Group H, today 5pm, ITV1. 272
Football: Manage England, no thanks; WORLD CUP GERMANY 2006. 193
Football: Must-win says Aldo; THE 2006 WORLD CUP FOCUS ON GROUP B. 94
Football: New Yorke is still major threat; WORLD CUP GERMANY 2006 Beckham wary of former team-mate in midfield role. 706
Football: Raul content to play super sub role as Ukraine feel the heat; WORLD CUP GERMANY 2006 SPAIN v UKRAINE Group H, today 2pm, ITV1. 453
Football: Reds want permanent Kirkland move. 280
Football: Skipper stays focused despite family insults; WORLD CUP GERMANY 2006. 302
Football: Supporters have been superb. 259
Football: Sweden result has given us confidence, now we can pull off even bigger shock - Lawrence; WORLD CUP GERMANY 2006. 378
Football: Swedish keeper to return; THE 2006 WORLD CUP FOCUS ON GROUP B. 163
Football: Vidic set to miss start of season. 206
Football: We can make knockouts - Advocaat; WORLD CUP GERMANY 2006 Group G, Frankfurt. 265
Football: We can't afford to write off Dwight the warning from old pal Beckham; THE 2006 WORLD CUP FOCUS ON GROUP B. 967
Football: Worldcup ROUND-UP - Bayern's bid for Dutch ace. 156
Football: Worldcup ROUND-UP - Oz's dream tie. 82
Football: Worldcup ROUND-UP - Relief for Koller. 81
Footsie drops as market feels heat; market WATCH. 210
For once, Lara Croft needed rescuing. 181
Funky, fun - and with even more Va Va Voom; Val Jessop drives the Renault Clio 1.5 dCi Privilege. 755
Golf drive for Ryder hi tech links. 152
Golf: Casey in fine fettle on eve of US Open. 243
Golf: Resurgent Casey is keen to make his point. 300
HBOS to set record city rent; EXCLUSIVE Finance giant could set a new benchmark for Liverpool. 465
Hilton confirmed as city chief executive; Acting CEO lands pounds 200,000-a-year post. 876
Hobby turns into business boom for Bea. 349
Horse Racing: Edward can land hat-trick. 383
How our American dream came true; Welsh firm partner with US in deal worth thousands. 354
I could hear people calling us to get out; Mum leads her children to safety from blaze. 374
Ideal weather. 93
IN BRIEF: Immigrants amnesty not ruled out. 105
IN BRIEF: Pay now, spend later. 80
IN BRIEF: Refugee children face disease. 93
Iron Men of Crosby beach win another accolade. 202
Jail for drugs gang. 207
Justin and Colin save the big day; What happened when television s campest interior designers turned wedding planners for a Southport bride-to-be? Emma Johnson finds out. 1325
Key Events; THE ARTS EDITOR'S PICK OF THE DAY. 189
knotted Knots make their Wirral debut in time for the Open. 322
Lawn Tennis: Everyone for tennis as local players go on show; Mike Chapple joined the crowds for top class tennis in Liverpool. 629
Lawn Tennis: Mirza soaks up pressure. 155
Lawyers back disabled athlete in quest for Olympic gold. 122
Leading golf journal writes off Hoylake for the Open. 593
Letter: A disgrace. 91
Letter: A5 closure. 160
Letter: Anti-Welsh view alive and well. 152
Letter: BBC forgets non-England fans. 153
Letter: EU funding. 276
Letter: First air raids. 136
Letter: Fly the flags. 118
Letter: Foreign cars. 83
Letter: Health costs. 119
Letter: Hospital plans. 196
Letter: Patriotic paintings. 280
Letter: Simple solution. 102
Letter: Violence at football game. 176
Letter: Warship sale. 179
Lib-Dems press for the 'fourth R'. 184
LIVERPOOL DAILY POST: Wise thinking over city schools. 295
Making the most of tax-free property investments; View point. 385
Merseyside housing association in merger to form 'super-landlord'. 357
MINI sells out. 100
Mod jobs joy; Company wins a slice of pounds 500m contract. 305
Moter Racing: Not over says Schu; FORMULA ONE. 191
Motor Racing: IN BRIEF - Schumacher still keeps self-belief. 87
MOTORING: Car parts rip-off. 196
MOTORING: Dig deep for some Honda racing history; BIKES. 528
MOTORING: Supercharged XKR. 191
Murder hunt. 87
Murder victim a former convict. 210
Murdered teenager's mother in line for race award. 241
New man at the top with a mission to bring in new jobs and invest in Liverpool's people. 243
New owner brings fresh life to printing firm. 233
New York ready to learn from Liverpool experience. 383
OAP, 98, told to prove his age. 215
OBITUARY: Henry Bumstead. Obituary 363
On the move. 331
ON THIS DAY IN... 125
Over 50 'lifers' released in six years. 300
Pay peace at new Wembley. 115
Pensions rescue at BAE. 171
Phil will host women's festival. 245
Picasso tax-dodger. 103
Plans for Haughey funeral. 228
Plea for more to join in to help fund research. 240
PM's pledge on asbestos law. 290
Police apology for hurt caused by raid. 141
pounds 1.5m upgrade saves 500 jobs; ...and creates up to 75 new vacancies. 381
pounds 1/2 m restaurant for city hotel. 302
pounds 2.5m redevelopment site in Wirral goes unsold. 417
Prison drug term cut. 113
Pursuing a passion in his 'own works canteen; Business lunch. 678
Return to coal for our energy needs, urges TUC. 144
round UP' Energy bills see inflation rise. 103
roundUP: Management posts to go. 81
Rugby League: IN BRIEF - Farrell axed as Halifax struggle. 88
Rugby League: Wolves were my best option insists Morley; Great Britain forward signs four-year deal at Warrington. 566
Rugby Union: IN BRIEF - Moody upbeat for second Test. 89
Rugby Union: Jones: Why l'll thumb it to Buenos Aires Test. 387
Rush to go green. 84
Saddam defence 'rushed'. 254
Sailing: Wight casts spell in Hocus Pocus. 220
Scenic treatment. 424
Shut Guantanamo Bay, say MEPs. 322
Soaring oil prices have cost British firms pounds 11.3bn. 329
Stan's comedy turn; MR BROCKLEBANK. 431
Star line-up for awards. 310
Tennis: Andy Murray is in hot water. 333
Tennis: Murray talks himself into controversy again. 581
Tennis: Skupski gets off to flying start at Calderstones. 479
THE DAILY POST & YOU. 134
The signature that made a pounds ioom gamble worthwhile; Tony McDonough meets LESLEY CHALMERS, chief executive of English Cities Fund. 1126
Think again plea on Stonehenge road improvements project. 243
This wedding thing is contagious. 398
Trading gossip. 342
Triple-bladed knife given in to police. 115
uk NEWS: Dead British soldier named. 101
uk NEWS: Sentence row. 95
UK tops league of people in work. 173
Van theft tragedy. 96
Vertex sell-off that could put jobs at risk. 589
Volunteers step out into space for charity. 156
Voodou triumphs over the cream of the world's hairdressers. 210
WALES: 27 ways schools minister could do better; Report wants uniformity of school funding. 351
WALES: Airlift rescue. 84
WALES: Bliss on a bicycle; N.Wales route 'among best in Britain'. 483
WALES: Butcher John leads his flock through London. 235
WALES: Church shuns her fame. 248
WALES: Couple escape injury after house blaze. 140
WALES: Door open for more ambulance cash. 286
WALES: Drunken driver found asleep. 285
WALES: EISTEDDFOTA. 402
WALES: He was a brilliant dad and hew as just the nicest person; Man swept out to sea from inflatable dinghy. 338
WALES: Help is promised for bullied squaddies; But critics slam plan as 'tokenistic' and say it is half-hearted. 506
WALES: Hotline's extra help for children. 161
WALES: I fell 20ft over cliff just watering my tomatoes; Woman says she'll give up gardening. 626
WALES: I regret the decision... if we can change it we will; BLAIR PROMISES ASBESTOS RETHINK. 554
WALES: I was sick... but I'm better now; Hepatitis C dentist says risk of him passing on the virus was minimal. 444
WALES: Parking fees talks. 150
WALES: pounds 920,000 for tiara at auction. 261
WALES: Quizzed over robbery. 118
WALES: Safe keys left out but I was the only one ever told off. 256
WALES: Special meeting called in dispute. 256
WALES: Teens lobby for action. 193
WALES: Tories set to back Welsh Act. 179
WALES: Wannabe Terf els in N.Wales shunned by reality TV show; All the rehearsals are being held in the South. 430
WALES: Wind turbines bring in pounds 75,000 for village. 307
WALES: Witness plea after attack. 113
When all is said and done, the World Cup is only a game. 668
Why my sea quest will boost Welsh economy; businessPROFILE Wendy Kitson tells David Jones why a sea search could lead to a new gas fired power station on Anglesey. 918
Yellow Pages faces new crackdown on ad prices. 331
Your week ahead. 794

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