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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (October 27, 2006)

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'Millie didn't suffer, my pills saw to that' Husband sent text after killing their daughter in revenge for wife's affair. 400
25 years later, software supplier is still booming. 165
Archbishop warns politicians not to ban religious symbols. 251
Athletics: Harper runs out of luck yet again. 254
Athletics: Holmes spreads testing message. 234
Athletics: IN BRIEF - Holmes makes drugs reminder. 80
Beatles' chairs are big find at resort's busy roadshow; Record crowds flock to have antiques valued by TV experts. 455
Box Office: DVD view. 457
Boxing: IN BRIEF - Warren hoping for good news. 91
Bronze for firms video. 162
CD review. 373
Children die in holiday tragedy. 397
City look to add Steele to squad. 324
Class issue for older mums. 129
Classical. 497
Comedy makes you feel accepted; Comedy. 770
Cricket: Arthur is ready to pit wits with Bob. 271
Cricket: Fleming milestone is a semi delight. 252
Cricket: Flintoff: One-day woe hurts us. 294
Cricket: Lara pays a tribute. 156
Cricket: Patient Read confident of getting Ashes nod. 755
Cricket: So sorry Geraint, I will be top dog for Ashes; Adams warns Welsh wicketkeeper he'll keep gloves. 650
Cricket: This half century means most to modest Williams. 811
Cycling: IN BRIEF - Circuitous route. 97
Dead children may have been poisoned. 489
Death crash accused in court. 83
Decadent dance double at Theatr Gwynedd. 216
Deeside packaging plant to benefit in sell-off. 132
Districts have just 12 weeks to bid for power. 300
Edge Lane scheme set to go ahead; Demolition to start. 417
Entrepreneur shares her business secrets. 147
Ferry sailing delayed by chemical spill. 114
film: Also showing. 196
film: Not worth your vote; Philip Key THE BIG PICTURE All The King's Men (12A) Starring: Sean Penn, Jude Law, Kate Winslet, Mark Ruffalo, Patricia Clarkson, James Gandolfini, Anthony Hopkins. Director: Steven Zaillian 128 mins. Rating: **. 453
Fleet of beautiful buses to celebrate 08 official transporter deal. 137
Football: Allardyce praises Rooney conduct. 304
Football: Craddock impresses in his first outing for Dragons. 568
Football: Defoe: I promise never to bite again. 424
Football: Emirates encounter will hold no fear for Stubbs. 500
Football: England job is the worst in the game - McGrath. 699
Football: football ROUND-UP - Hammers fans round on club. 100
Football: Fowler fired timely reminder of value. 480
Football: Fowler is team idol - Benitez; Striker sets perfect example to his younger team-mates. 578
Football: Gerrard: I'll play out of position for team's good; Skipper's sacrifice for Benitez. 578
Football: In Brief - Club hammered. 82
Football: In Brief - Defoe takes bite out of his game. 83
Football: In Brief - Eriksson won't return to Britain. 99
Football: In Brief - Real hopeful of Beckham deal. 87
Football: In Brief - Shearer tribute. 82
Football: Injury list does not inspire confidence. 449
Football: Kewell ruled out until the spring. 283
Football: Kewell thinking on his feet for return. 216
Football: Kieran laughs off long-haul mission. 542
Football: Kiwis admit to being wary of Long threat. 383
Football: Mathias to be Ince's right-hand man. 177
Football: Mellberg on guard for Anfield examination. 281
Football: Moore: Taylor's return can revitalise Rovers. 619
Football: Position 'not an issue' as Gerrard puts the team first. 623
Football: premier NEWS - Druids hoping for lucrative cup run. 159
Football: premier NEWS - Graham Poll. 90
Football: premier NEWS - Saints feel the pressure ahead of Llanelli visit. 419
Football: RAFA: IDOL FOWLER CAN GET US GOING; Anfield legend can inspire Reds' season. 523
Football: Sven will be back coaching soon. 317
Football: UEFA get praise for racism stance. 275
Football: Ugarte back at Wrexham next week. 179
Football: Vaughan in slow recovery from freak accident. 522
Football: Vaughan injured as he drops his phone. 515
Football: We've got nothing to lose - Stubbs. 527
Football: Wise makes his mark at Elland Road. 292
Former madam's sexy tales at the WI. 175
Friend's horror as gunplay ended in tragedy. 219
Fund launched. 93
Garage manager's sacking unfair. 203
Get ready for Royle rant; As the nation prepares for the return of the Royle Family, Kate Mansey speaks to Liverpool's own favourite couch potato. 520
gog SOUND; the LIST. 387
Golf: Graeme makes the early running. 260
Golf: Valderrama drama as Casey style gets cramped. 302
Have we got real news for you ..... the LIST. 207
Hilton to open Liverpool hotel; Group 'delight' at future plans. 458
Horse Racing: Nakheel poised for glory. 308
Huge tailbacks as two crashes close M62. 174
IN BRIEF: Low-league but high spenders. 83
IN BRIEF: Robbie gamble. 81
Iran's uranium plan expands. 347
Iranian immigrant becomes US citizen at age of 105. 188
It's fact finding mission impossible... what did they spend pounds 226,000 on? 473
Jane cruises into Llandudno; the LIST. 243
Journey north; the LIST. 460
Jury out in baby salt case killing. 220
King of the road again with a new 42; the interview Philip Key talks to the constant front man about getting back on the level. 956
Letter: Arsenal hopes. 89
Letter: Davies impressed. 100
Letter: Home-grown. 132
Letter: Near perfect. 105
Letter: Play tough. 82
Letter: Rotation works. 106
Loan broker is fined pounds 500,000. 213
Local authorities will be compelled to take control with a direct approach to council leadership. 281
London Market. 263
Mersey chance to raise millions; Government offers massive city region cash incentive. 604
Minister hails role of hospice champion. 197
Minister joins up to save statues. 262
Motor Racing: IN BRIEF - Schumacher: I could be back. 107
Motorcycling: Thoroughbreds that won't be at the NEC. 597
Murder baby 'under reign of terror'. 383
Muscles off limits. 123
National theatre bid is bureaucratic folly; Top director scorns pounds 2m S. Wales-based plan. 494
National Theatre's. 112
OBITUARY: Anna Russell. Obituary 361
Off to Budapest? 234
Opera star dressed for Poppy Day pride. 175
Our costliest MP racks up pounds 149,792 in allowances. 720
Our millionaire father Paul Gregg abandoned us. 410
Paper train service takes the strain of print heavyweights. 193
Please Sir. 554
plugs& POINTS. 393
Police investigate mystery of the big bang. 131
pounds 124,794... just one year's expenses for average N.Wales MP; I spent more on keeping voters in picture, says costliest. 503
Qualifiers reflect massive potential; FAST GROWTH 50. Company overview 1072
Respect Tsar tours Merseyside hotspots. 131
RESTAURANTS: Nigella Law son has some freaky food tips for keeping hungry monsters at bay as Hallowe'en looms; EATING IN. 635
RESTAURANTS: Tempting flavour to savour over again; Fond memories prompt Glyn Mon Hughes to revisit a Chester eaterie - he's still impressed. 1019
Rugby League: Everton possible venue for final. 621
RUGBY LEAGUE: Peacock: Our build-up has been ideal. 160
Rugby Union: Clubs up for cup on quiet weekend. 295
Rugby Union: Evans: Now I can shine for Wales. 823
Rugby Union: Hodgson poised to make start against Tongans. 314
Sailing: Autumn is season to be jolly for Chi-Chi yacht. 164
Savers lift Aviva to sales record. 92
Shell profits dip after hurricane takes toll. 380
Shields on way to UK. 153
SICK ATTACK FILMED IN HIGH STREET; Yobs post crime footage on internet site. 88
Simply Divine; Paddy Hoey talks to Neil Hannon, Britpop's last man standing. 1164
Special offers for next round of Johnstone's Paints Trophy. 108
Stanley takeover is close to completion. 344
Surfin' safari; a matter of OPINION. 1041
Tennis: Henman knockout. 225
Tennis: Swiss roll-out; Injury hampers Henman's Open hopes. 363
The big decisions. 478
THOUGHT for the DAY. 216
Tide may be changing in favour of the iron men; SAVE OUR STATUES CAMPAIGN. 701
Time's a great healer but a bad beautician. 725
Tories may rule, claims Morgan. 206
Tributes for prison officer found dead. 238
Trust sells homes site. 89
Two-faced arguments over veil. 342
University in Alzheimer's breakthrough; Drug discovery may hold key to cure. 604
US pays heavy toll for fatter drivers. 145
VIEWPOINT: DAILY POST YOUR VOICE IN WALES Orders hang on a wing and a prayer. 397
Virgin deals blow to Airbus. 198
Virgin defers delivery of A380. 260
WALES: Dion bids to fund African teaching. 168
WALES: Ex-PC cleared of child sex assaults; Pensioner walks free of charges. 342
WALES: High fliers sought by Elf for charity trek; Husband asks for RAF guardian volunteers. 448
WALES: Icelandic stars of future help open new record store. 147
WALES: Impatient driver 'flashed' police car. 289
WALES: Larger fire engine gets thumbs down. 223
WALES: Lifeboat false alarms. 127
WALES: Nightclub revellers to have their fingerprints taken as ID; EXCLUSIVE New system will keep track of members intouch. 490
WALES: Officer injured during affray. 310
WALES: Police hunt for website spectacles snatcher. 443
WALES: pounds 37, 000 and drugs haul from property. 156
WALES: Row over Assembly spending in north. 350
WALES: Terfel mania sees tickets sell out in 48 hours. 253
WALES: Top cop hails CCTV in curbing street crime. 224
WALES: Trustees of club back criticism. 174
WALES: Welsh at heart of solar storm mission; Scientists design key experiments for NASA. 361
WALES: WI protest at cottage hospital beds axe. 295
WALES: You saved my life... now I'll strip to get you more cash; CRASH DRIVER'S GIFT TO AIR AMBULANCE. 455
your LETTERS: VIEWPOINT Bully tactics. 149
your LETTERS: VIEWPOINT Coalition scare. 181
your LETTERS: VIEWPOINT Don't interfere with Assembly. 124
your LETTERS: VIEWPOINT Like Baghdad? 107
Your week ahead. 767
Your week ahead. 785

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