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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (October 3, 2006)

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Athletics: Roberts wins on the mountain as Telford build lead. 1216
Ava's World can follow up. 278
Blind spot dangers of Chelsea tractors. 232
Boxing: Thomas aims for title shot; Aaron confident after debut victory. 512
Candidate in rail investment call. 353
Clubbing together to put North Wales on golf map. 272
Cricket: Aussie greats warn of England Ashes win>. 208
Don't use village as a rat run. 183
EAT WELL... STAY WELL. 637
Flu jabs campaign denies shortage. 212
food & drink: Welcome fit for a king of gypsies; MY BEST N . WALES PUBS By Ian Parri Garthangharad, Llwyngwril, near Tywyn. 494
Football: Becks: I'll try Real hard to impress. 294
Football: Believe hype on England says Rio. 608
Football: Carra: We must get it right in defence. 500
Football: Dinbych are up for the cup with victory at Cilfynnedd. 279
Football: FA chiefs to speak to police on Barton. 361
Football: Hamstring keeps AJ out for England. 396
Football: Hornets rescue a point in thriller; PREMIRSHIP. 241
Football: It's all change; Bangor and Port forced to reshuffle 'LOOSEMORES CUP. 272
Football: It's Rover and out already for Wales stopper Brown. 350
Football: Last eight in reach; LOOSEMORES CUP. 102
Football: No Delia 'dilemma'. 154
Football: Pejic We must go back to basics. 575
Football: Quay up for three; LOOSEMORES CUP. 91
Football: Roo was my spur Solskjaer; Ole says Wayne and Ron helped end injury hell. 601
Football: Seasiders targeting double; UNIBOND LEAGUE. 113
Football: Stevens extends his bungs probe to eight. 664
Football: TOSHACK CALLS ON ANOTHER DRAGON; Smith joy as Llewellyn is third Wrexham ace picked. 280
Football: Win tickets to Wales game on Saturday. 198
Football: Woody : We will not panic just yet. 269
Formula One: Button is relishing one last hurrah at Suzuka. 613
Gambling stocks crash. 170
Girl, 10, shot in throat. 138
Golf: Europeans fearful of Tiger's form. 315
Golf: Kazak-champ; Maiden victory secures a Euro Tour card for Mark. 637
Golf: N Wales boys win against the girls. 837
Golf: NEWS FROM AROUND THE CLUBS. 982
Honeymoon man killed by elephant. 418
I won't order Welsh Tories around over student top-up fees; Party divided on university funding. 349
IN FULL CRY; ST ASAPH Flashback focuses on a city with plenty to shout about. 820
Isle's rise. 155
LEISURE TIME: newsQUIZ. 86
LEISURE TIME: QUIZ CHALLENGE. 80
Lorry dangers. 227
New approach to patient care. 206
ON THIS DAY IN... 110
PRIZE WINNERS. 104
Rates burden. 185
Schoolgirls mown down by gunman. 370
Software blamed for Airbus snags. 391
Take a place at the wild table; OUT FOR A BITE Ian Parri at Pili Palas, Menai Bridge. 622
They're not all silly burghers. 93
UK soldier killed in mortar attack. 237
VIEWPOINT: CAPITAL EYE. 523
WALES: Alex hoping for a fast track to the top in karting. 233
WALES: Battle against grass fires. 152
WALES: Brutal attack on train. 138
WALES: Club in legal threat to Assembly. 138
WALES: Crunch vote could throw out cabinet; County facing change at the top. 427
WALES: Diabetes group formed. 95
WALES: Family's rabbits killed in horrific break-in by dog; ATTACK ON HUTCH LEAVES BELOVED PETS DEAD. 411
WALES: Forget leaves on the line... now it's the wrong type of pollen. 450
WALES: Graveyards running out of space. 425
WALES: Man hit partner with pizza after row. 155
WALES: N.Wales boundary change 'could cost Labour Assembly' Hopes of maority 'weakened'. 370
WALES: N.Wales expert to tackle Aids in India. 373
WALES: New book celebrates 80 years of the glories of Portmeirion. 202
WALES: Probe into bus crash continues. 136
WALES: Safety day for bonfire night. 169
WALES: Son hit mother with a hammer. 176
WALES: Superheroes tackle obesity in Europe; N.Wales cartoon characters praised by health chiefs. 314
WALES: SURGEON CONNED PATIENTS INTO GOING PRIVATE. 465
WALES: Top trio opens series of concerts. 202
WALES: Tourism beds survey starts. 121
WALES: Trainee baker scoops top award for his bread. 214
WALES: Vandals cause transport chaos. 139
WALES: Village soap axed by Radio Cymru. 192
WALES: Wales may be at home but we'd never get home; Northern fans angry as train operators rule out a special. 515
Why 'friends' of local food must bite back. 934
Win a pounds 200 gourmet weekend. 388
YOUR VOICE IN WALES: Now the rail excuses get even dafter. 390
Your week ahead. 791

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