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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (April 14, 2007)

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'Bread streets' homes likely to lose cherished hill view; Tower block plan set for city approval. 551
'GIFT' OF DYSLEXIA; family LISA SALMON LOOKS AT THE POSITIVE SIDE OF A CONDITION WHICH AFFECTS ONE PERSON IN TEN. 501
'Kidnap' alert over dance video. 102
10 questions; Carmen Vinas, 26, is a waitress at Mexican restaurant Savina, on Duke Street, Liverpool. 218
18th Hillsborough memorial service at Kop. Obituary 154
A 'special colleague and friend' Tributes pour in to former editor who died this week. 678
Action team to get city in shape for 2008; EXCLUSIVE Capital of Culture Countdown Group empowered to take tough decisions. 646
Another chapter of Titanic legend unfolds; Original passenger list goes online. 375
antiques: Titanic legend keeps on growing. 1434
antiques: what's it worth? Mike Litherland Outhwaite & Litherland Auctioneers Kingsway Galleries, Fontenoy Street, Liverpool. 125
Barclays Bank 'least trusted' BRITAIN. 143
BBC launches Eurovision dance contest. 121
Berry ripe for National glory. 342
BINGE BAKING COULD KILL YOU; days out. 288
Boy, 15, among eight dead in sea disaster; Search for survivors called off by Navy. 519
Bridal wear boom plea. 95
BRITAIN: Boy, 15, among eight victims of sea disaster. 541
BRITAIN: Danger 'fat genef find will cause people to give up. 271
BRITAIN: Fury over arsonist freedom blunder. 282
BRITAIN: Gun was found in swoop on M1. 224
BRITAIN: No witch hunt over 'cash for RN stories'. 556
BRITAIN: Russian tycoon denies coup plan. 322
BRITAIN: Sex beast may never be released. 349
BRITAIN: Tragedy after family party. 209
British Guild of Beer Writers' Best Regional Writer; pubs at the bar... 654
Builders get better; in association with fish4. 80
Celebrating a success. 182
Changing a home for the challenge; Jane Gallagher discovers how hard work can transforma property. 705
Chef goes under starter's orders; food&drink IAN PARRI TALKS TO THE MAN IN CHARGE OF FEEDING HUNGRY RACEGOERS. 707
Cricket: Anderson aims to cement his place. 162
Cricket: Captain determined not to let team standards slip; LOCAL CRICKET. 535
Cricket: Crunch week for England speedster Jimmy. 256
Cricket: Debasis' delay has Bay in a spin; LIVERPOOL COMP. 271
Cricket: Hall will start new season without skipper; LIVERPOOL COMP. 331
Cricket: Ireland destroyed by superb Australians; ICC WORLD CUP. 257
Cricket: Tambe signs up to Rainford for the new season. 319
Diary of disaster; antiques Christopher Proudlove explains why memorabilia from the Titanic still attracts collectors... 95 years on. 1288
Drink-driver jailed after car struck community officer. 174
East meets West to go down a treat; food&drink taste test. 798
Easter sunshine gloom for stores. 183
fashion: GET SPORTY; LISA HAYNES FINDS GYM CHIC ON THE CATWALK. 676
Firms are braced for fuel rise woe. 409
Five steps for successful selling; Sue Kelbrick shares the secrets of getting a quick sale. 570
Floor fit for a king after pounds 23m restoration; Cleaners mop mosaic masterpiece. 679
food & drink: Solve the problem of Easter leftovers. Recipe 746
food & drink: Spring lambs; Perfect time of year for roast meat. Recipe 525
food & drink: take five ........ prawn cocktails. 140
Football: Aber out for swift revenge in quick reverse; WELSH PREMIER. 227
Football: AJ wants goals - not revenge; 'I've no grudge against Addicks' EVERTON V CHARLTON. 1079
Football: Benitez ban on talk of Chelsea. 555
Football: Benitez delighted to see Crouch fight; BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP MANCHESTER CITY v UVERPOOL, TODAY, 3PM. 868
Football: Big Dennis worried by old club's poor form; LEAGUE TWO. 224
Football: Bleasdale hopes to finish on a high; WELSH PREMIER. 288
Football: Cofis aiming to halt title charge; WELSH PREMIER. 553
Football: CROUCH SO GROUNDED; And that's the key to striker's success as Benitez tells of Peter's change of attitude. 971
Football: Davenport hails spirit. 224
Football: Finley sweating on three key stars; UNIBOND LEAGUE. 317
Football: Football: Rovers can put the past to rest; ROVERS v CHELSEA TOMORROW, 4PM. 410
Football: Four from four hands Llangefni the title; CYMRU ALLIANCE. 406
Football: Goals, not revenge, top of Everton hitman's agenda. 1057
Football: Great fans, shame about the team; LEAGUE TWO fan SCENE. 281
Football: Home banker means so much in Euro race. 685
Football: IN BRIEF - Denny's happy; WIGAN V SPURS Sun 1.30pm. 124
Football: IN BRIEF - Harry taunts rival; P'MOUTH v NEWCASTLE 3pm. 110
Football: IN BRIEF - O'Neill set for Lerner cash talk; BORO v A VILLA 3pm. 110
Football: IN BRIEF - We'll do without Sidwell - Doyle; READING v FULHAM 3pm. 117
Football: Lee's ready to take on heroes and knock Red Devils out of the Cup; FA CUP. 600
Football: Lessons must be learnt for next year; VIEW FROM THE STANDS FANS FORUM COCA-COLA LEAGUE ONE MILLWALL v TRANMERE ROVERS, TODAY, KICK-OFF 3PM. 247
Football: Liverpool will want to keep up a winning run; BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP MANCHESTER CITY v UVERPOOL, TODAY, 3PM. 648
Football: Macauley stays cautious. 256
Football: Moyes tips Everton to rise to the challenge; Manager reckons that tough run-in can benefit his team. 607
Football: Nothing less than victory enough for Moore's Tranmere; COCA-COLA LEAGUE ONE MILLWALL v TRANMERE ROVERS, TODAY, KICK-OFF 3PM. 169
Football: NOW GO BE THE BEST EVER; Fergie hails Ronny deal. 230
Football: Pardew looks to pile on pressure on rivals. 273
Football: Pardew's rally cry; EVERTON V CHARLTON. 178
Football: Pearce believes Rafa's ready for Paisley comparison. 327
Football: premier ROUND-UP - Blade's war cry. 152
Football: premier ROUND-UP - Boring boring Boro. 81
Football: premier ROUND-UP - Gunners will go fourth - Wenger. 211
Football: premier ROUND-UP - King our saviour. 157
Football: premier ROUND-UP - Redknapp's blast. 92
Football: premier ROUND-UP - Sanchez: I'm on trial at Fulham. 230
Football: Quay on verge of Europe; WELSH PREMIER. 280
Football: Reds boss Benitez banishes Euro talk. 457
Football: Singing fans are sought as new owners seek to reclaim the Kop; BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP MANCHESTER CITY v LIVERPOOL, TODAY, 3PM. 228
Football: Steady form is working; VIEW FROM THE STANDS FANS FORUM. 246
Football: Title test for Burstough. 234
Football: Tough run-in will focus minds - Moyes. 472
Football: United can do no Ron, says Cristiano; FA CUP. 273
Football: Vics starting to look up. 231
Football: We can still get out of trouble says ace Williams; LEAGUE TWO. 876
Football: Wilderness years are well and truly over; VIEW FROM THE STANDS FANS FORUM BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP MANCHESTER CITY v UVERPOOL, TODAY, 3PM. 327
Football: Wright to put his faith in Chester's young stars. 359
Football: Youngster eager to keep on dreaming; Tranmere's 20-goal reserve team hotshot looking for another chance in the first teamset-up COCA-COLA LEAGUE ONE MILLWALL v TRANMERE ROVERS, TODAY, KICK-OFF 3PM. 797
Former priest is banned from run; BRITAIN. 223
Friday: Pigion Y DYDD. 263
Friday: What to WATCH. 200
gardening: Basket cases. 577
gardening: plant of the week: tulip. 170
Giggs ready to make history the hard way; FA CUP ALL THE BUILD-UP TO THE WEEKEND'S FA CUP SEMIS. 802
Girl was sexually abused for six years. 128
Golf: Much more to come, promises contender McDowell. 528
Green villagers star with Madonna in saving planet; Eco film to be shown at Live Earth concerts. 584
Have a ball; food&drink. 457
HIPs are on their way; in association with fish4. 118
Horan's absence a blow for Rhyl; Skipper banned for Lilywhites vital trip to Carmarthen WELSH PREMIER. 433
Horse Racing: A decade on from anniversary win, Dobbin's still craving a Saturday success; VIEWS FROM NATIONAL HOPEFULS. 534
Horse Racing: Berry ripe for Aintree glory. 342
Horse Racing: Brotherly love hits a hurdle for Carberrys; VIEWS FROM NATIONAL HOPEFULS. 582
Horse Racing: David's out for another big story; THE DEBUTANTS' VIEW. 348
Horse Racing: Hedgehunter heads Mullins team for repeat; THE WINNERS'VIEW. 503
Horse Racing: Joes Edge has what it takes. 339
Horse Racing: Kandjar's taking on the Choc tactics; VIEWS FROM NATIONAL HOPEFULS. 305
Horse Racing: Lee takes favourite tag all in his stride; THE WINNERS'VIEW. 286
Horse Racing: Lennon gets a ticket to ride - and could be worth some money in novices race; THE TIPSTERS' VIEW. 408
Horse Racing: Long-term aim to put Bailey back on top; VIEWS FROM NATIONAL HOPEFULS. 1359
Horse Racing: Longshanks can stand tall to end Ireland's domination; THE TIPSTERS' VIEW. 754
Horse Racing: Madden and Walsh search for more Aintree success; JOHN SMITH'S GRAND NATIONAL 2007. 751
Horse Racing: McCain's the name looking to be Talk of Aintree yet again; THE DEBUTANTS' VIEW. 1024
Horse Racing: Memories still fresh of big race success; POST SPORT FOCUS ON GRAND NATIONAL. 732
Horse Racing: Murphy and the public back Joes to have the edge in Grand National. 384
Horse Racing: Perfect birthday gift would help see Halsall achieve burning ambition for National glory; VIEWS FROM NATIONAL HOPEFULS. 386
Horse Racing: Point to prove Irish eyes will smile; THE TIPSTERS' VIEW. 293
Horse Racing: Relaxed Brassil hoping his Number can come in again; THE WINNERS'VIEW. 833
Horse Racing: Six set to face the starter for the first time; THE DEBUTANTS' VIEW. 481
House in a spin to follow the sun. 111
House of love; It was a symbol of a city entering the modern age. But, as it nears its 40th anniversary, Liverpool's Catholic Cathedral has become a familiar friend. David Charters reports. 1652
IN BRIEF: Football - Collins focused; BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP SHEFF UTD v WEST HAM 3pm. 122
IN BRIEF: Football - Mourinho pleads to stay manager; BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP CHELSEA v BLACKBURN Sun 4pm. 112
IN BRIEF: Football - Ronaldo tipped to be all-time great; BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP WATFORD v MAN UTD 5.30pm. 101
IN BRIEF: Football - Wenger's demand; BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP ARSENAL v BOLTON 3pm. 114
IN BRIEF: Inquiry into exile's claim over Putin. 84
IN BRIEF: Soldier killed on patrol in Afghanistan. 82
Into the eye of the hurricane; 'I usually play mums or hysterical women'. 620
It's even money on a record sizzler; GRAND NATIONAL LADIES DAY. 212
John Dempsey; on country matters ... travel/country. 554
Knife attack man gets two years' jail. 126
Lennon's son sells stake in royalties. 149
Let's tame the Shrew; LEAGUE TWO CHESTER v SHREWSBURY TODAY, 12PM. 191
LIVERPOOL DAILY POST: Countdown Group with work to do. 291
LONDON MARKET. 286
Luxury Homes: Hoylake, Wirral, pounds 550,000; In association with smart newhomes .com. 263
Luxury Homes: Oxton, Wirral, pounds 375,000; In association with smart newhomes .com. 236
Man's '1/2m child porn pictures'. 103
MEATBALLS WITH ARTICHOKES, OLIVES AND SAGE; food&drink. Recipe 260
Memories; anniversary. 157
Monday: Pigion Y DYDD. 235
Monday: What to WATCH. 220
Motor Racing: McLaren closing gap, says Hamilton; FORMULA ONE. 288
Motorists face fresh leap in petrol prices. 267
New Homes: East Float Mill, Wallasey, from pounds 210,000; In association with smart new homes.com. 348
New Homes: High Grove, Saughall, from pounds 329,500; In association with smart new homes.com. 218
ON YOUR MARKS, GET SET... SHOW! gardening THERE'S PLENTY GOING ON AT SPRING GARDEN FESTIVAL. 318
overheard. 493
PAINTED FROM LIFE; antiques. 174
Parties clash over climate credentials; ASSEMBLY ELECTION We'll protect environment, pledges Morgan. 577
Patrols will be on the streets to target rogue taxi drivers who overcharge; GRAND NATIONAL LADIES DAY. 238
Peel bids to fast-track pounds 10bn plans; Westminster plea on regeneration. 277
Pen y Gaer above the Conwy Valley; days out weekend walk. 526
Picturesque country life; Sue Kelbrick on a family home in large grounds. 330
Pigion Y DYDD. 280
Plaid sets out childcare plans; ASSEMBLY ELECTION ELECTION 2007. 232
Prices slow as houses become less affordable. 323
Rhodri lets train take the strain; ASSEMBLY ELECTION. 202
River vista; in association with fish4 DAVID POWELL FINDS A HOUSE WITH A PLACE IN HISTORY. 412
Rugby League: Brilliance of Wellens praised by Anderson. 642
Rugby Union: Denbigh won't take relegated Wrexham lightly. 533
Rugby Union: Fight for league survival. 181
Rugby Union: Title race not over. 287
Search for man and canal boat. 118
Seminar offers firms a target to AIM for; Partnership and advisers press for market link. 352
Sir Paul ranked number six on most expensive settlements' list. 214
Six of the best. 1080
Stylish day out a sure winner; GRAND NATIONAL LADIES DAY AINTREE 2007. 921
Sunday: Pigion Y DYDD. 244
Sunday: What to WATCH. 206
sure BET: Longshanks looks to have the class over Irish hopes. 459
sure BET: Not a very clever bet. 181
Tesco profits hit pounds 2.5bn - pounds 4,800 a minute. 302
Test drilling gets under way for second river crossing. 192
The Countdown team. 115
the essentials. 556
The green agenda 'is ours' ASSEMBLY ELECTION. 127
THOUGHT for the WEEK. 125
Thursday: Pigion Y DYDD. 263
Thursday: What to WATCH. 200
Training scheme lands bank award. 212
Trashed home teen scared to face mum; BRITAIN. 709
travel: A gentle amble in the Lakes; Chris Walker enjoys a pleasant stay at a hotel with a story. 978
travel: At home in Africa; Mark Eaton flew south to find sights to savour. 886
travel: Deal of the week. 378
travel: late breaks. 462
travel: late deals. 251
travel: SIMPLY MAGIC; PAUL COLE JOINS THE BIRTHDAY BONANZA AT DISNEYLAND PARIS. 1790
Tro ar fyd; GWEN GRIFFITHS SY'N SGWRSIO AG ARTHUR ROWLANDS O'R GALON:ARTHURROWLANDS, S4C, NosFa wrth 9pm. 807
Tuesday: Pigion Y DYDD. 263
Tuesday: What to WATCH. 167
tv wales: Cwpan Lloegr yn cyrraedd Caerdydd. 256
tv wales: Cypyrddau diddorol. 413
tv wales: Keeping it in My Family; RHODRI MEILIR ON WHY THE WELSH ARE TAKING OVER THE COMEDY DRAMA MY FAMILY Friday, BBC1, 8.3Opm. 478
tv wales: QUESTION TIME ... 10 to test your TV knowledge. 249
tv wales: SOAPBOX ... (Week beginning Monday April 16. 354
tv wales: Straight man to the stooge; Pws, S4C, Friday, 9pm. 563
tv wales: YOU SAID IT ... Quotes of the week. 165
US bid for estate agent. 88
WALES: 'Wrong bin' appeal lost. 195
WALES: Artists unveil their 'angels' of North Wales. 520
WALES: Average cop fills in forms 3 hours daily; Red tape regime cuts time spent on the beat. 398
WALES: Bed blaze father puts his foot in it. 147
WALES: Child sex attack charges. 88
WALES: Colleagues' praise for late Post editor; Popular man who cared deeply for newspapers. 358
WALES: Eisteddfod Tal y Bont, Y Bala. 333
WALES: Family anger over beach body mix-up. 247
WALES: I stabbed boyfriend, I have killed him... he's dead; Cheers as woman gets bail after court hears of dramatic 999 call confession. 1401
WALES: Jonathan strikes gold against odds; DUKE'S AWARD FOR CEREBRAL PALSY TEEN. 321
WALES: Kyffin art makes pounds 3k. 103
WALES: Licence row hotel plans for new image. 232
WALES: Major resort scheme set for go-ahead; 20-acre Ocean Plaza for harbour. 352
WALES: Man and canal boat missing since March. 112
WALES: Man's body 'lay in hotel room for days' Tragic drug user 'had wanted to go clean'. 468
WALES: Man, 33, accused of raping pensioner. 102
WALES: Motorbike teen killed in collision; Witnesses sought for tragic death of Gavin, 19. 364
WALES: New housing body chief. 107
WALES: notice BOARD. 180
WALES: Pervert jailed for computer child porn. 152
WALES: Picasso art to earn Oxfam pretty penny. 379
WALES: Robbery bid thug gets 18 months. 192
WALES: Spring scorcher; Sunshine and smiles as the temperature rises. 443
WALES: Teenager held after fire horror. 167
Wednesday: Pigion Y DYDD. 224
Wednesday: What to WATCH. 193
week in erddig; gardening. 398
What to WATCH. 197
Woman's Hour; family. 741
Worry over dearer loans; in association with fish4. 92

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