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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (August 10, 2007)

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'Despicable' care faces long jail term; He twisted bag over head of patient, 88. 423
A 750ft leap for charity - just like James Bond. 223
Airgun sadist cripples tabby cat. 206
Albert Dock. 112
Benitez: We need to settle; BLUE & READ. 162
Biscuit plant closure agreed months ago, claims union; Document 'reveals truth about shut-down'. 481
Bloody battles ahead for world champion Stefanie; COMMUNITY SPORT. 629
Blue chips slide over US fears. 416
BOOK IT NOW Dancing In The Streets at the Millennium Centre; GO... to the theatre. 380
Bourne totally changed my life; GO... to the cinema. 564
BSkyB faces new inquiry over pounds 125m Amstrad takeover. 173
Budget airline to launch new Valencia service. 113
Cahill for Kirkby. 250
Calls landmark. 93
CD review. Sound recording review 399
City design firm signs deal to work with TV star Sarpong; In association with BUSINESS. 273
City sites for Everton FC were rejected a year ago. 587
Classical. 489
Club dismisses Tunnel Trumpet site as too small - and tells council leader to get his facts right. 217
Composer's organ music in London; GO... to a concert. 183
Cricket: Slow start puts India firmly in driving seat. 863
DAILY POST YOUR VOICE IN WALES: Britain must devise exit strategy for Iraq forces. 379
Debut piece takes composer's award; NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD 2007. 203
Defence giant shrugs off troubles; In association with BUSINESS. 176
Ding-dong battle. 447
Drainage fault ruled out on FMD. 137
Drug find on flight. 87
DSG to relocate. 127
European Capital of Culture cities. 85
Festival chiefs to meet ex-pats over complaints; NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD 2007. 372
film: Also showing; Licence to Wed (12A) Rating: **. 263
film: An awesome ride; THE BIG PICTURE Surf's UP (PG) Featuring voices of Shia LaBeouf, Jeff Bridges, Zooey Deschanel, Jon Heder, Diedrich Bader, James Woods, Jane Krakowski, Michael McKean, Mario Cantone; directors Ash Brannon, Chris Buck. 85 mins. Rating: ***. 476
film: Bourne to succeed; Robin Walker meets an Oscar winner whose career continues to shine. 1066
film: DVD view. 442
film: tinseltown. 403
Flintoff leads Lancashire as Yorkshire collapse. 461
Football: At last a decent kind of distraction; FAN SCENE. 424
Football: Cahill reveals his injury 'devastation'. 430
Football: Itandje arrival leads to Carson Villa loan. 534
Football: Leeds in turmoil on eve of season. 144
Football: Moore: No violins for Leeds from Tranmere. 666
Football: Portugal star set to join Everton; Permanent Goodison switch for Fernandes is imminent. 576
Football: Season wont be for faint-hearted - Wise. 261
Football: Southport loan for Chester youngster. 242
Football: Warner tirade against England. 299
Football: Why Jose poses Sir Alex more problems. 917
GO: 6 THINGS TO DO THIS WEEK ... 164
GO: Shayne's got 'X' appeal; DEBRA GREENHOUSE TALKS TO A REALITY SHOW STAR WHO'S APPEARING AT FAENOL. 561
GO: Tweenies fun. 125
gog SOUND; GO... to a concert. 394
GOLF: Storm brewing up USPGA lead. 522
Gorsedd names Archdruid; NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD 2007. 136
GP accused of inappropriate conduct with female patients. 251
Horse Racing: Veiled to claim Applause. 357
Horse Racing: Veiled to claim Applause. 355
Hotel guests are spoilt for choice with cheese; Experts help find region's favourite. 441
I did it for my children; NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD 2007 Mum-of-two takes Welsh Learner prize and soon she will be teaching the language to adults. 471
In Brief: Akzo gets more time for pounds 8bn ICI bid. 200
IN BRIEF: Attempted murder arrest. 96
IN BRIEF: Hamilton plays down team row. 94
IN BRIEF: Lampard delays contract talks. 116
IN BRIEF: Magnusson hits out at Newcastle. 93
IN BRIEF: McRae upbeat despite the odds. 91
IN BRIEF: Murphy nervous about Murrayfield. 103
IN BRIEF: Tribute to copter crash airman. 105
IN BRIEF: Wednesday sign striker Jeffers. 80
Insurance profits sunk; Flooding hits companies hard. 388
Jay, Jasmine and Callum add to haul. 103
Laporte: We'll be full of energy for friendly encounter. 86
LEISURE TIME: news OUIZ. 85
LEISURE TIME: QUIZ CHALLENGE. 80
Let sniff the Dogs of War for illegal drugs and guns; Families invited to meet canine recruits at dock. 429
Let's celebrate the fantastic festival entertainment despite our disappointment, say city leaders. 319
Letter: Campaign success. 186
Letter: Comedy of errors. 339
Letter: Dementia support. 155
Letter: Destructive and divisive. 324
Letter: Help save our Rhyl. 168
Letter: It's our loss. 204
Letter: Legal aid test. 221
Letter: People had a say. 238
Letter: Salute to chief. 231
Letter: Super day. 113
Letter: We must fight for greater funding. 240
LIVERPOOL DAILY POST: We don't need another fiasco. 319
LONDON MARKET; In association with BUSINESS. 277
Lord and Lady Derby launch campaign to save Manxman for Merseyside. 248
Man found with head injury in flat. 80
Man, 20, arrested on gun charge. 129
McCanns show the strain over Portugal backlash. 589
Minutes show council knew about problems. 572
Moore people should take note of calm and collected Sefton Park skipper. 467
MUSICAL Summer Holiday/ Liverpool Empire. 323
New campaign, new ambition; FAN SCENE. 637
Now showing... GO... to the cinema. 661
OBITUARY: Dr Jim MacKeith. 346
Officers to blame for fiasco - Bradley; A rescue bid for the Mathew Street Festival failed to deliver what people wanted yesterday. 1117
ON THIS DAY IN ... 112
Our fancy dress moment. 318
Pensioner remembers first Mold Eisteddfod; NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD 2007. 246
plugs & POINTS; in association with fish4. 403
pounds 800m'green' power station planned for Wales. 263
Power growth expected. 136
Race against time to be ready for QE2 visit; EXCLUSIVE Fears over delays in liner landing stage. 533
RACING: Haydock double for Hannon. 299
Radio row goes to court. 166
Raucous drunks don't go down well abroad. 421
Record opium poppy crop. 130
RESTAURANTS: Just the tonic for holiday's end; Jane Gallagher was expecting something special from a man who served top people. 900
RESTAURANTS: TIPS. 389
Rights leader to pay visit to city. 102
Roof sit-in spurs MP's demand on ASBOs. 377
round UP: Prize-winner; NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD 2007. 89
Rugby Union: Injured Strettle recalls his moment of agony. 524
Sailing: Walsby-Tickle wins Charles Mack Trophy. 331
SCIENTISTS. 88
Scout trooper; in association with fish4 a matter of OPINION. 991
Simon's in town; GO... to the theatre. 154
SIZZLING SEXY LADY SALSA; Latin-American dance extravaganza GO... to a concert. 445
Soldiers killed as Iraq toll grows. 166
St Helens music festival snaps up the opportunity to shine; music. 671
STAYING IN... your guide to all the latest DVD releases; GO... to the cinema. 258
Street cleaners in 98% strike vote; Last-ditch talks planned. 342
Streetwise; GO... to the theatre. 641
Stripped-down festival for just 20,000 visitors. 151
Takeover bid talks; In association with BUSINESS. 80
Telephone bets boost Ladbrokes' profits; Call centre expansion plan In association with BUSINESS. 375
The Asda price is right for celebrities. 87
The lady is sensational; Thumbs up for Surfs Up Bunnymen play St Helens Eclectica Yanet Torres was picked out in a club for a lead dance role. Philip Key hears her story. 1004
Thieves target street fire victims. 232
THOUGHT for the DAY. 208
TIME OUT: QUIZ CHALLENGE. 80
TV stars wander the streets raising cash for flood appeal. 125
Two die in shooting. 86
Two hurt as car hits house. 86
UK tourists hurt as glacier ice falls onto cruise ship. 546
US fab four tribute bring all their loving; the interview Philip Key finds out why America's biggest mop-top copies are in Liverpool for the first time. 1027
VIEWPOINT: GYDA MICI PLWM. 527
WALES: 'Banish Welsh MPs from Commons'. 248
WALES: Catrina's gem of a dress; Bride's pounds 6,000 gown weighs in at 19 stone. 363
WALES: Cop fined pounds 2,000 over death crash. 422
WALES: Deep fat fryer blazes as hotel worker takes a phone call. 372
WALES: Ex-Plaid candidate defects to Tories. 263
WALES: Fall from bike killed young mother. 269
WALES: Jailed for threat on pregnant woman. 293
WALES: Man given driving ban over night friend died. 435
WALES: OAP counts cost after court battle. 236
WALES: pounds 11,700 raised for homeless dogs fund. 166
WALES: Pub stirred not shaken by 007; Bond star Craig pops into Llyn local for quiet pint of Guinness. 390
WALES: Tesco focus for language demo. 347
WALES: Town in party mood for Thomas Telford's 250th birthday. 147
WALES: Tycoon buys Wolves for pounds 10. 185
Water bowsers feared stolen. 205
Water firm cuts massive waste; United Utilities meets NW leakage target. 393
WHERE TO GO... GO... on a day out. 387
Who needs talent to become famous? 771
Williams feeling World Cup relief; BLUE & READ. 165
Young choir takes Post cup; NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD 2007. 188
Young eco-warriors dig into allotments; EATING IN. Recipe 585

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