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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (June 23, 2006)

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'Island's chief must be Welsh speaker' Activists furious at county top job ad. 515
'Spinning ship' towed to safety. 233
4 X 4 drivers flout the law. 234
470-mile apology for slave trade. 222
A chance to star at music festival. 185
Airbus blow. 84
Also showing; Box office film. 204
Architect sought to take on World Heritage building challenge. 174
Asda set for five day strike. 178
Athletics: ROUND-UP - Get race shoes on to take part. 200
Auto choice. 133
BA faces OFT inquiry into price-fixing allegations. 429
Baby Range Rover. 598
Bags of success. 109
BRITAIN: Airlines in price-fix probes. 116
BRITAIN: Brown nuclear lashing on left. 220
BRITAIN: Mobiles risky in lightning. 136
BRITAIN: Parking fines laws shambles, say MPs. 408
BRITAIN: Salute to murdered young soccer star. 327
BRITAIN: Townshend takes sex story off web. 162
Budding police dogs prove to be good shepherds. 168
Builders merchants buy again. 207
Cancer student in fight for new drug. 522
CD review. Sound recording review 371
Cerys is one of this year's Fringe benefits. 229
City brings in more wheelie bins to keep tax bills down. 533
City lawyer freed from bail. 160
City's 'determined' people praised for finding jobs; New minister hails residents' efforts to improve lives. 432
Classical. 468
comedy: It's taken a while, but at last there's a cab driver doing the rounds who really is funny. 873
COMMENT & ANALYSIS: OBITUARY - James McClure. 367
COMMENT & ANALYSIS: THOUGHT for the DAY. 187
CRICKET: Berry is picked by impressed Cheshire. 217
Cricket: Glam are foiled by Surrey's run man; COUNTY CRICKET. 431
Cricket: Harmison: Home comforts can help fire England. 701
Cricket: It's home comfort for upbeat Harmy; Paceman Steve gunning for Sri Lanka. 461
CRICKET: Lancashire in command thanks to Cork brilliance. 285
CYCLING: Hughes takes first place. 94
DAILY POST YOUR VOICE IN WALES: Good news finally for motorists. 369
Doh! So is the NHS safe in your hands? 299
Downing Street pledges debate on Trident future. 495
DRIVING SEAT: Festival of speed worth the journey; motorcycling with WILLIAM LEECE. 629
DVD view; Box office film. 419
Emotional return for bishop, 89; He opened Metropolitan Cathedral. 659
Energy hike. 121
Engineering group's profits up. 189
Executive class; a matter of OPINION. 986
Firms still upbeat despite the clouds. 409
Football: 'Teamwork' the key for Italian coach Lippi. 199
Football: A Swiss mission; Worldcup ROUND-UP. 119
Football: African pride; ALL THE ACTION FROM THE 2006 WORLD CUP Ghana make history to set up a date with champs Brazil. 491
Football: Aidy's got the Blues; Watford open up with trip to Goodison. 389
Football: Channon's Ascot hopes flying high. 233
Football: Ecuadorian legend: We can triumph; 2006 WORLD CUP - ENGLAND EXPECTS. 276
Football: Edwards ready with his perfect riposte; 2006 WORLD CUP - ENGLAND EXPECTS. 400
Football: I can seize the moment just like hat-trick hero Hurst believes in-form front man Crouch; 2006 WORLD CUP - ENGLAND EXPECTS. 491
Football: I have no problem with Ron says Ruud; ALL THE ACTION FROM THE 2006 WORLD CUP. 336
Football: I'm not married to captain Becks; 2006 WORLD CUP - ENGLAND EXPECTS Sven's amazing comeback when asked if he'd ever consider ditching his 'pet player' David. 793
Football: Jones to sign as Dragons rebuild. 296
Football: Kewell answers critics with knockout blow; WORLD CUP GERMANY 2006. 587
Football: LET'S WIN THE PREMIERSHIP; Bellamy aim after completing ' dream' move. 663
Football: Not just Sheva; Worldcup ROUND-UP. 97
Football: Owen's guilt; football ROUND-UP. 84
Football: Parreira hails Ronaldo; WORLD CUP GERMANY 2006. 171
Football: Ronaldo goes from zero to all time hero; ALL THE ACTION FROM THE 2006 WORLD CUP GROUP F. 580
Football: Spain on fringe; Worldcup ROUND-UP. 102
Football: The moment of truth for French; Worldcup ROUND-UP. 132
Football: Unity key to Italy victory; WORLD CUP GERMANY 2006. 166
Football: US bemoan penalty decision as Ghana go through; WORLD CUP GERMANY 2006. 294
Football: Would Kew believe it? WORLD CUP GROUP B. 219
Former nanny to TV celeb swaps pram for farm. 187
Frank Sinatra. 116
Freed to kill again claim. 147
Give it back call on throwaway thousands. 192
gog SOUND. 385
Golf: ROUND-UP - Monty's back. 116
Golf: Scot starts to wipe away bad memory. 519
GP took advantage of his patients. 242
Halewood's future; Car that secures production and 2,400 jobs at the Merseyside plant hits the streets of Liverpool. 1035
Handy holiday tips. 271
Hanover Street closure 'kiss of death for traders' Demand for meeting to avert chaos. 536
Horse Racing: ROUND-UP - Golden Yeats. 106
Hospital aims to win prize status. 165
How wonder drug works to combat a common killer. 112
I saved swallow from cruel yobs; Tony cares for sole survivor as cops probe shocking nest attack. 442
IN BRIEF: Domenech: The talking is over. 95
IN BRIEF: Housing market stays steady. 101
IN BRIEF: Paedophile trapped on the internet. 94
IN BRIEF: Squad men have chance to shine. 88
INTERNATIONAL NEWS: 17 hostages freed by Iraqi police after mass kidnap. 445
INTERNATIONAL NEWS: Eight members of US forces charged with murder. 194
INTERNATIONAL NEWS: Ski tragedy case. 131
INTERNATIONAL NEWS: US threat over N Korea missile. 226
It's the simple things in life that mark out the real stars. 144
LEISURE TIME: newsQuiz. 125
Letexotic fruits kick-start your taste buds to get you in the holiday mood this summer; Eating In. 663
LONDON MARKET. 282
Love lost in time; Box office film. 590
Manufacturers optimistic. 162
Merseyside power bills soar. 92
Mexican fare not ffor the faint-hearted; Faced with giant portions at one restaurant, Adrian Butler returned a week later to finish his meal. 914
MOTOR RACING: Raikkonen opens door for McLaren. 342
Motor Racing: ROUND-UP - Jacques waits. 89
MOTORCYCLE GUIDE: Dream machines. 551
MP Geoffrey Robinson. 117
Murder accused. 88
My World Cup tickets or my life - student; Cancer sufferer forced to buy wonder drug. 320
New hopes of finding cure for Parkinson's disease. 187
ON THIS DAY IN. 134
ORIG WILLIAMS SIARAD PLAEN. 480
Our needs have not been considered, say businesses. 267
Parents can watch nursery children on the Net. 185
Parking policy is a mess, says MP. 494
Pesticides warning over fruit and veg. 207
Plaid's favoured by BBC, says MP. 133
plugs&POINTS. 413
Police hope to catch robbers red-handed. 203
Posh battle for 'Liverpool 8' Olympian Sir Steve Redgrave will lead a team of Liverpool men to the Henley Regatta. Adrian Butler reports. 468
pounds 5.5m sports centre opened. 145
Prince hears Holocaust survivor's story. 265
RACING: Poetry in motion as Yeats returns to winning form. 723
Rape suspect. 116
Rocky road to success; Suzanne Shaw is enjoying the show where the audience's costumes are more elaborate than the cast's. Philip Key. Movie review 1017
Royal Navy races to rescue stricken ocean fishing crew. 146
Rugby League: Cullen calls on Wolves to ignore Fielden factor. 364
Sax in the smaller cities. 441
Short and street. 93
Skyscraper 'in the wrong place at the wrong time' Final day of inquiry is told city should not be seduced by investment pledges. 578
Socceroos bounce into history books; ALL THE ACTION FROM THE 2006 WORLD CUP GROUP F. 291
Stolen body parts may have been used in Australia. 139
Supermarkets claim. 135
Tennis: Murray vows to keep cool in SW19. 282
the interview: The industry doesn't wreck marriages people do; Living proof that you can have pop success and a happy marriage. 980
THE WAY I SEE IT; I've witnessed the eerie, evil silence that envelops the death camp at Oswiecim - known in German as Auschwitz. That's what you call racism. 804
TIME OUT: LOOKING BACK. 94
Tips. 382
Tributes after Bank of England policymaker dies. 207
United Utilities in pounds 760m contract with partners. 344
United we stand, divided everyone talks about us. 664
WALES: 'Top officer's affair put council at risk' Lawyers agree deal on sacked council boss. 890
WALES: AM slams 'penalty' for charity workers. 302
WALES: Carl sets sights on ocean rowing win Soldier in race across the Atlantic. 304
WALES: Crime squad cops to probe GP. 272
WALES: Drunken mother butted teenagers. 278
WALES: Ex-model hurled abuse at police. 265
WALES: Freak accident kills committed sailor. 627
WALES: Grim day for coast rescuers. 130
WALES: Guards' soldier banned over drink driving. 115
WALES: I strangled my wife of 50 years. 465
WALES: Minister praises work for poorest; Former addicts help keep young off streets. 385
WALES: N.Wales workers on Airbus mission. 304
WALES: New bid to tackle death road toll. 141
WALES: New clues in airman family hunt. 281
WALES: Official: it's our happiest day today. 262
WALES: Sorry, we DID take your signs. 377
WALES: Village fete puts on host of events. 124
WALES: Watchdog to check on dentist scare. 218
WALES: Widow's plea on husband's stolen ashes. 151
Watersports and bands combine to make festival a must-go. 337
Weld can have on the good Night. 369
Werther's not original enough. 119
Without hesitation, repetition or deviation; Gareth Bic knell talks to Nicholas Parsons about his lifelong love-affair with the work of Edward Lear. 742
Your week ahead with. 897
Your week ahead. 907
yourLETTERS: A nuclear step back for mankind. 215
yourLETTERS: Pursue peace. 215
yourLETTERS: Solstice past shines on. 152
yourLETTERS: Statistic gloss. 245

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