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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (August 17, 2007)

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6 THINGS TO DO THIS WEEK... GO Your unbeatable guide to what's on... and where. 192
Ahh, the good old days. 94
Airbus workers set to be part of history; Superjumbo's big date In association with BUSINESS. 418
Airlines ready for battle on the route to Madrid; Ryanair to take on easyJet to Spain. 395
ALL GUNS BLAZING; GO... to the cinema. 817
Amazing year on the cards for 08; THE CULTURE DOSSIER IS 2008 IN SAFE HANDS? In the final part of our special report into Liverpool Culture Company, Arts Editor Philip Key finds the city's leading arts organisations remain ready to deliver CULTURE IN CRISIS? DAILY POST SPECIAL REPORT. 1171
Athletics: Deeside earn spot at British qualifiers. 87
Birkenhead High, Wirral; A LEVEL RESULTS RECORD BREAKERS. 92
Blade runner pensioner becomes a cult figure at 70. 356
Blitz hits; GO... to the theatre. 165
BOOK IT NOW Super Furry Animals in Liverpool; GO... to the theatre. 345
British Energy hit by problems at plants; In association with BUSINESS. 239
Britons wanted Down Under. 198
Chamber chairman's Culture confidence; THE CULTURE DOSSIER IS 2008 IN SAFE HANDS? 381
Classical. 483
Coming out shooting; Interview Eileen Condon talks to Pierce Brosnan about his latest action-packed role. 954
Cottonopolis's. 294
Couple terrorised by gang in armed jewellery raid. 328
Cricket: Clubmark dilemma for clubs in Competition. 494
Cricket: Wharf saves Glamorgan's blushes. 343
Crowds flock to see TV star open Southport Flower Show. 278
Cycling: An evening with Liggett. 109
DAILY POST YOUR VOICE IN WALES: Grades are not the end but the start. 411
Deal averts biscuit firm closure; Rescue plan will save 437 jobs - but 500 will still go. 580
Doctor's fears on cutting cord. 438
Dodgy dealings; Laura Davis finds out why Liverpool is top of the list for the '90s Indie band. 1008
Double top; GO Your unbeatable guide to what's on... and where BROTHERHOOD OF MAN AND BUCKS FIZZ JOIN FORCES FOR N. WALES GIG. 436
Driver who died in van blast 'tried to kill oficers' EXCLUSIVE. 370
Everton dismiss cash and carry site as 'too small' City stadium plan viable, says campaign group. 444
Everyone is welcome at a Harley outing; DRIVING SEAT motorcycling with WILLIAM LEECE. 497
Farewell to rafting tragedy teacher. 159
football ROUND-UP: Asamoah blast. 90
football ROUND-UP: Becks can do it. 102
football ROUND-UP: Blades 'desperate'. 202
football ROUND-UP: Collins pulls out of Wales squad. 120
Football: ABERYSTWYTH (Brian Coyne). 181
Football: AIRBUS UK (Gareth Owen); WELSH PREMIER. 173
Football: Barry brace hurts Town; Vodkat League Round-up. 240
Football: Benitez hopes hot streak is not exhausted; LIVERPOOL v WIGAN ATH. 942
Football: CAER'FON (Steve O'Shaughnessy); WELSH PREMIER. 186
Football: CAERSWS (Mike Barton); WELSH PREMIER. 179
Football: Carsley's Ireland career is not over. 280
Football: CONNAH'S QUAY (Jim Hackett); WELSH PREMIER. 181
Football: Doubt over Greenacre fitness. 127
Football: Early criticism is unjustified; FAN SCENE SAM JOHNSTONE - NO MOANING MINNIE. 520
Football: Eriksson salutes ace Schmeichel; MANCHESTER UNITED. 315
Football: Fernandes has medical but must wait. 525
Football: Finnan: We are ready for Chelsea. 968
Football: Gerrard faces Chelsea despite breaking toe; Skipper will play on with pain-killing injection. 745
Football: IN BRIEF - Alves doubtful. 81
Football: IN BRIEF - Curbs keeping out of Tevez row. 91
Football: IN BRIEF - Hectic schedule for Beckham. 102
Football: IN BRIEF - Santa Cruz nets in UEFA victory. 82
Football: It's Villains as Dragons get closer to Spann. 231
Football: Jose nears Alves deal; LIVERPOOL v WIGAN ATH. 171
Football: LLANGEFNI TOWN (Adie Jones); WELSH PREMIER. 177
Football: Macc look to bring in Westwood. 200
Football: Manu must wait for second debut. 501
Football: NEWTOWN (Darren Ryan); WELSH PREMIER. 160
Football: No cure needed for selection headache; FAN SCENE MARK O'BRIEN - KNOWS SIZE ISN'T EVERYTHING. 420
Football: Pearce chases Anichebe. 123
Football: PORTHMADOG (Clayton Blackmore); WELSH PREMIER. 164
Football: Powell quest to arouse the sleeping giant; ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE WELSH PREMIER. 791
Football: red EYE - Worst start in nine years will not worry Scot; MANCHESTER UNITED. 551
Football: See in gred; MANCHESTER UNITED Boss Fergusonis expected to escape action after blasting ref Bennett. 622
Football: Silvio can help Johnson shine; Weaver hails the Spann effect. 591
Football: Staunton: 'Carsley is still in my plans'. 184
Football: STEVIE TO CARRY ON; Not even broken toe will keep Gerrard out of Chelsea game. 481
Football: Stockdale We must keep our heads up. 600
Football: TNS are big movers in new season. 302
Football: Town take interest in defender. 175
Football: WELSHPOOL (Tommi Morgan); WELSH PREMIER. 184
Football: Who wears the trousers in football households? 477
FTSE goes into free fall; 'No end to crisis in sight'. 438
Girlfriend and boyfriend clinch top grades for Cambridge; A LEVEL RESULTS RECORD BREAKERS. 188
gog SOUND; GO... to a concert. 383
GOLD SLOT; GO... to a concert John Henshall's almighty role. 400
Golf: Birkdale duo make it through to matchplay stage. 391
Golf: IN BRIEF - Strange lives up to name to lead. 109
Golf: Islanders concede final tie. 227
Golf: Loucks revelling in amateur hour. 519
Guards in siege on Taliban compound. 496
Halliwell drives through pounds 6.7m deal for Premier Cars. 247
Historic London recreated on streets of Liverpool; Medical period drama filmed in former Infirmary. 515
Home-grown talent ignored, says former consultant; THE CULTURE DOSSIER IS 2008 IN SAFE HANDS? 262
Horse Racing: IN BRIEF - Derby hero on course for York. 101
Horse Racing: IN BRIEF - Tariq's big chance. 90
Horse Racing: Starlit to shine at Newbury. 362
Horse Racing: Starlit to shine at Newbury. 359
IN BRIEF: Saints get red carpet tribute - win or lose. 121
Israel to get EUR30bn arms aid; BRITAIN/INTERNATIONAL. 124
Jubilation as students score A-levels record; A LEVEL RESULTS RECORD BREAKERS Liza Williams reports that indications are showing grades across most of the region's schools continued to rise. 1002
Letter: A bit long ... 107
Letter: Allotment film. 80
Letter: Arts development. 141
Letter: Death by committee. 178
Letter: Festival review. 90
Letter: Football traffic. 137
Letter: Funny names. 169
Letter: Help farmers. 164
Letter: It's time to curb jet-ski nuisance. 390
Letter: Just build it. 192
Letter: No coherent plan. 147
Letter: No-show. 85
Letter: one of ur best views. 242
Letter: Worst region. 196
Liverpool College, Mossley Hill; A LEVEL RESULTS RECORD BREAKERS. 83
LIVERPOOL DAILY POST: Liverpool's year in cultural spotlight can still be best yet; THE CULTURE DOSSIER IS 2008 IN SAFE HANDS? 591
LIVERPOOL DAILY POST: Road toll tax would hurt city. 324
LONDON MARKET; In association with BUSINESS. 270
London markets in free fall. 292
Market turmoil plunges pension schemes pounds 21bn into re. 119
Masters in Stockholm. 112
Merchant Taylors', Crosby; A LEVEL RESULTS RECORD BREAKERS. 103
Merseyside's latest crimefighter has a cold nose. 193
Motor Racing: IN BRIEF - All eyes are on troubled Rossi. 91
Murder suspects go to police. 141
Museum honours Anthony Walker. 176
MY FUNNY VALENTINE; GO... to the theatre Actress Debra Deakin on why life is her best role. 523
Noddy brings his friends to Liverpool; the interview One of the most endearing children's characters is set for a big stage show. 1188
NOW SHOWING; GO... to the cinema. 569
OAP BADLY BURNED IN HOUSE FIRE; Sick man's bedside oxygen bottle may have exploded. 349
OBITUARY: Heinz Bartn. Obituary 369
ON THIS DAY IN ... 121
Parents must pay robbery victim. 189
Payment firm gets licence deal boost; In association with BUSINESS. 186
Peel's warning against city congestion charge; EXCLUSIVE JLA owner predicts economic damage as Mersey councils say levy is 'inevitable'. 506
plugs & POINTS; in association with fish4. 411
Police hold nine in drugs raids. 128
Practice doesn't make perfect. 165
Quake toll mounts; BRITAIN/INTERNATIONAL 450 dead, 1,500 injured as city devastated. 598
Refugee beats all the odds to win place at university; A LEVEL RESULTS RECORD BREAKERS. 218
RESTAURANTS: Coffee isn't just for drinking - it's the perfect flavouring, too; EATING IN. 545
RESTAURANTS: Traditional Turkish soothes DIY blues; Forget fancy presentation, as Laura Davis discovers tastebuds tell the real story. 839
Rugby League: A proud day for defiant rugby league in France. 184
Rugby League: Anderson warns against Saints complacency. 690
Rugby League: Defeat costs Vikings top spot. 150
Rugby Union: Argentina fear a Dragons backlash; WALES WARM UP FOR THE WORLD CUP. 298
Rugby Union: Caldy continue build-up to historic season; LOCAL RUGBY UNION. 204
Rugby Union: Farrell stays focused on his World Cup dream. 669
Rugby Union: Farrell to realise his World Cup fantasies. 392
Rugby Union: Give us hell; Pumas caption Pichot eager for Wales test WALES WARM UP FOR THE WORLD CUP. 685
Rugby Union: Woodward putting LSH through paces. 331
Sales soar on back of big discounts. 164
Security team for festival. 80
Short list for train. 101
Simon's five A-grades after African odyssey; A LEVEL RESULTS RECORD BREAKERS. 125
SMEs don't know size of tax bill. 119
Soon: Eaton puts the soul back into comedy; theatre. 773
STAYING IN... your guide to all the latest DVD releases; GO... to the cinema. 267
Students hit new heights. 106
Students swap lessons for films; GO... to a concert. 177
Taliban base is smashed. 89
The car's no star as far as I'm concerned. 792
This production is better than it sounds; THEATRE Macbeth/ Liverpool Cathedral. Theater review 416
THOUGHT for the DAY. 217
tinseltown. 383
Tourist souvenirs 'threat to wildlife'. 164
Trouble-free booze on the Maes? Well let's drink to that. 560
Two held over city 'execution'. 90
University unveils pounds 220m expansion; Plans will create hundreds of jobs. 441
Urban nomad; in association with fish4 a matter of OPINION. 996
US lawyer hired to broker Blair memoirs; BRITAIN/INTERNATIONAL. 178
WALES: 'Devious' cashier stole pounds 60k of elderly's cash; Building society worker jailed for raiding accounts. 518
WALES: A record tribute to Elvis. 129
WALES: A smile we will never forget; Bikers out in force to pay tribute to death crash mum. 360
WALES: A weekend of great food. 289
WALES: Balcony plunge dad had been drinking; Open verdict after Rome hotel fall. 405
WALES: Bullies' victim has last laugh in her A-levels. 473
WALES: Elegant gowns go on display. 155
WALES: End of road for 'cash cow' clampers. 335
WALES: FMD free by November; DENBIGH & FLINT SHOW 2007 Livestock may be able to move soon. 793
WALES: Gifts are tribute to respected volunteer. 223
WALES: Girl power; Female students outstrip the boys at A-level. 394
WALES: Mower rigged for suicide by officer. 183
WALES: N.Wales rescue team on Maddie standby. 344
WALES: notice BOARD. 231
WALES: Radio contact worries - two years after 7/7. 356
WALES: Residents warned of thieves. 94
WALES: Rough ride from cost of insurance; DENBIGH & FLINT SHOW 2007. 318
WALES: Soldier fell to his death in mountain race. 457
WALES: Spirits stay high in show mudbath conditions; DENBIGH & FLINT SHOW 2007. 208
WALES: Tractor run to aid charities' funds. 163
WALES: US Ninja lending should not worry N.Wales; Mortgage loans system different to America. 602
Warders may strike over pay. 159
We suspect Madeleine is dead, say Portuguese police; Results of more blood tests imminent. 628
We,ve got a ticket to ride; GO on a day out The Williams family visit Wales' biggest theme park - Oakwood at Tenby. 799
WHERE TO GO... GO on a day out. 368
Where's the party? 458
Wilmot's six appeal; GO Your unbeatable guide to what's on... and where. 138
WINNERS; GO... to a concert. 82
Workers part of air giant history. 377

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