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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (August 24, 2007)

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A MAN HAPPY TO BE ANSWERABLE TO ALL. 229
A mean green machine; NU REG 57. 390
A plea to the people - find Rhys's killer; CITY SHOOTING SHARED GRIEF FOR RHYS Emotional appeal by mother of gun victim. 1257
Alfie is saved by air crew; BRITAIN. 349
Also showing; film Seraphim Falls (15) Rating: ***. 197
Always looks Ready to strike. 395
Always looks Ready to strike. 395
AN ICON REBORN; NU REG 57 Mitsubishi's legendary authentic 4x4 enters its fourth generation. 771
An unexpected joy; THE BIG PICTURE film. 488
Athletics: 'Forgotten man' back in the race; ROUND-UP local. 244
Auction is planned for iSoft takeover saga; In association with BUSINESS. 208
Bangor's offer for Williams rejected; premier NEWS. 184
Bank of England called to help in-the-red Barclays; HSBC accused of defaulting on payments. 416
Bank robber; We've voted for it, even the Assembly backed it ...so how dare dictator Hain deny us our holiday. 479
Bid for people's culture cafe; pounds 20 donations would help kick-start 'platform for talent'. 553
Bone Cancer Patient; GCSE RESULTS SPECIAL. 362
BRITAIN: Death stab charge. 250
BRITAIN: Double win for metal band Enter Shikari. 204
CD review. Sound recording review 356
Citroen C4: c'est magnifique! NU REG 57. 486
Classical. 500
Commuters learn to cope as Merseyrail services cut; City's rail network capacity is halved. 459
Companies 'miss green rewards'. 204
Controls of bank prices scrapped; In association with BUSINESS. 148
Cooler hue for urban hero; NEW REG 57. 431
Credit crisis threat to Ford sale strategy; In association with BUSINESS Jaguar and Land Rover plans in doubt. 380
Cricket: Broad follows father to make Notts move. 171
Cricket: Cheshire mission. 155
Cricket: Glam rocked as visitors steal march. 319
Cricket: Horton heroics look not enough for Lanes. 584
Cricket: Move is vital for my test chances - Broad. 530
Cricket: Tumor cup action. 152
Crossover in style; NU REG 57. 314
Crucial Everton stadium vote to be revealed today. 719
DAILY POST YOUR VOICE IN WALES: We must get tough - and mean it. 399
Deciding to buy in just 17 minutes. 109
Druids won't be resting on their laurels; WELSH PREMIER. 204
DVD view; film. 451
EU ban on meat export is lifted. 193
Even two grumpy old men were content; RESTAURANTS Hard-to-please Glynn Mon Hughes finds a place to savour. 949
Families in shock on a 'nice estate where things like this just do not happen' but which lies between the turf of two rival gangs; CITY SHOOTING SHARED GRIEF FOR RHYS. 331
FAN SCENE: Torres is up to speed already. 319
FAN SCENE: Unity now key to moving forwar. 446
Firm in revolt; In association with BUSINESS. 94
Football: BLUE & READ - Heinze surprise at Madrid move. 210
Football: BLUE & READ - Home: Yakubu can aid Tohnson. 218
Football: Brighton sweat on duo ahead of Prenton trip. 97
Football: Chairman ponders Chester interest. 256
Football: Chelsea boosted by Belletti deal; football ROUND-UP. 84
Football: Chelsea's search ends with Belletti. 286
Football: Everton hope to unleash Yakubu. 276
Football: Heinze blow gives Benitez uphill battle; Chances of signing quality defensive cover diminish. 634
Football: Hennessey aiming to emulate his idol Big Nev; POST FOCUS ON WALES' HEROES AGAINST BULGARIA. 951
Football: Hero Southall. 112
Football: Irish ace impresses. 121
Football: McClaren: James has what it takes to be number one. 588
Football: Mike magic; But Stub says Blues are not a one-mans how. 510
Football: Moore aims to keep treasured youngster. 651
Football: Offer for Vics fans. 152
Football: Skipper Gabbidon proud of young guns; POST FOCUS ON WALES' HEROES AGAINST BULGARIA. 333
Football: Stubbs: There's more to team than Arteta. 513
Football: Vaughan is set for Real; POST FOCUS ON WALES' HEROES AGAINST BULGARIA. 86
Football: Vaughan reveals Downes details. 156
Football: Yak could make his Blues bow tomorrow. 260
Fourth man held over murder of Hells Angel; BRITAIN. 119
FTSE holds up. 97
Gang feud killers face life terms; Teenager was shot outside jail. 377
GCSE results better again; Students praised for their commitment GCSE RESULTS SPECIAL. 526
Girls face deadly pressure on drinks. 247
Girls reach for the stars to land extra pass - on top of their 10 GCSEs; GCSE RESULTS RECORD BREAKERS. 233
GO: 6 THINGS TO DO THIS WEEK... 226
GO: HARP AND SOUL; CATRIN FINCH IS PROUD TO BE FESTIVAL PATRON. 698
GO: Monkey on bike. 116
Golf: Coltart reaches cloud nine. 383
Golf: Roberts all gold; ROUND-UP local. 141
Gregan: Cardiff result is crucial; sport ROUND-UP. 160
Guitar man; The time was right Kula Shaker back together A bundle of joy Film comedy, Knocked up Live music and a sense of humour is still what makes Joe Brown tick. 1220
Headteachers delighted as high-fliers produce top grades; GCSE RESULTS RECORD BREAKERS. 632
Health blow as Liverpool life expectancy pledge stalls. 471
HIGH AND MIGHTY; The Moss family at Betws y Coed's TT Adventure GO... on a day out. 895
Horse Racing: Liverpool Olympian's splash in St Helens; COMMUNITY SPORT. 194
How to win at speed dating game; in association with fish4. 424
I've always had a healthy ambition; Ben Falk meets Welsh Oscar-winning actress Catherine Zeta-Jones cinema. 831
IN BRIEF: Allardyce urges Taylor to focus. 104
IN BRIEF: Biker shooting quiz extended. 84
IN BRIEF: Etuhu: We will punish Liverpool. 97
IN BRIEF: Ex-maid wins legal fight over Campbell tantrums. 330
IN BRIEF: Former PM can go back to Pakistan. 158
IN BRIEF: Laird on summit. 85
IN BRIEF: Lee fears for duo. 92
IN BRIEF: Travellers urged to stem violence tide. 81
IN BRIEF: Wenger backing under-fire keeper. 80
Incomes at a high. 118
It's the teaching that's changed, not the students. 254
Lawn Tennis: Henman to quit tennis next month. 175
Lawn Tennis: Henman: I wouldn't do it differently. 357
Lawn Tennis: Wimbledon pain as Henman retires. 455
Letter: Bad experiences. 170
Letter: Deal with the yobs. 95
Letter: Hard act to follow. 233
Letter: Illegal flyposting. 86
Letter: Improve public transport. 210
Letter: It's democracy. 298
Letter: Our own festival. 210
Letter: Tracing soldiers. 105
Letter: VIEWPOINT - Diana's memory. 193
Letter: VIEWPOINT - False alarm. 191
Letter: VIEWPOINT - Risks facing the check-out staff. 206
Levy insists he's 100% behind his manager Jol. 308
LIVERPOOL DAILY POST: Cities can unite to beat scourge; An independent newspaper Established in 1855. 333
LONDON MARKET; In association with BUSINESS. 273
Lookalike results for a duo of successful Belvedere twins; GCSE RESULTS RECORD BREAKERS. 339
Lost Constable sketch is discovered in scrapbook. 594
Loyal football fans help Soccerbus service to smash records. 292
Lucky seven on track for glory; NU REG 57. 554
McClaren: James is up to the task for us. 539
Mondeo scores for the Blue Oval. 488
Mother in court on baby charges. 177
Mothers share in the grief over Merseyside's young gun crime victim; CITY SHOOTING WHAT HAS GONE WRONG? 185
Motor Racing: Hamilton and Alonso hold peace talks; FORMULA ONE. 306
Motor Racing: Hamilton in talks; sport ROUND-UP. 93
Motorcy cycling: All biking roads head to Anglesey. 546
Murder suspect arrested after car tyres shot out. 94
Musical show is a joyous celebration of everything that was great about Take That; musical. 792
My baby was just 11 . . . this shouldn't happen; Heartbroken mother of Rhys Jones in plea to catch killer. 135
My daughter is destined to be a domestic diva. 85
My parents were at school. 191
New Biomedical Research Centre primed to spearhead fight against diseases. 341
New tour will feature park's beauty spots to showcase Wirral's heritage. 394
Now you'll see best of youngsters. 465
OBITUARY: Magdalen Nabb. Obituary 397
Observers watch online as planning goes on the web; Pilot a 'first' in the North West. 510
ON THIS DAY IN ... 109
Ormskirk teenager is a Dobby dazzler. 727
Pack your children's lunch boxes with love - but make them exciting, tasty and nutritious; RESTAURANTS EATING IN. 627
Peugeot's 4007 is licensed to thrill; NU REG 57. 470
plugs & POINTS; in association with fish4. 414
Pollution increase linked to weather. 171
Pupils win praise for pass rates; GCSE RESULTS SPECIAL. 253
PWDIN PLWM GYDA MICI PLWM. 530
Racing: Two-year-old novice simply the Best. 434
Rapist escapes during his trial. 167
Rat plague after floods keeps pest control giant busy. 178
Region celebrates its record exams success; The number of Merseyside pupils gaining top grades in their GCSEs has shown a dramatic rise. Jessica Shaughnessy reports GCSE RESULTS RECORD BREAKERS. 909
Royal Mail cannot cope, claims report. 214
Rugby League: Catalans legend eyes greatest feat. 155
Rugby League: Skipper hooked on finals record. 547
Rugby Union: Injury has made me stronger says Shane; WALES V FRANCE - TWO DAYS TO GO Williams in perfect shape for France. 713
Rugby Union: Murphy big fear; sport ROUND-UP. 112
Rugby Union: Wales can build on Argentina win; WALES V FRANCE - TWO DAYS TO GO. 288
Scandals damage viewers' trust. 149
Shanghai surprise. 459
Slavery is not yet a thing of the past. 785
Slavery museum ensures Liverpool will not forget; Crowds throng to city's new display detailing shameful trade. 675
Softly, softly; in association with fish4. 558
Spain Maddie sighting probe; BRITAIN Young girl seen with man at petrol station. 419
Spanish police investigate 'sighting' of lost Maddie. 200
St Asaph firm could save jobs. 538
Summer football debate missing point - Morgan; premier NEWS. 526
THE DAILY POST & YOU. 134
THOUGHT for the DAY. 219
TIME OUT: QUIZ CHALLENGE. 82
tinseltown. 375
TIPS; RESTAURANTS. 331
Tougher UK retail conditions bite into company's profits. Financial report 207
Toyota for a new generation. 297
Tracey sure she can cope with the pain game; FRIDAY FEATURE James Toney catches up with the Welsh hopes before this weekend's World Athletics Champs. 804
US online gaming ban hits cash transfer firm; In association with BUSINESS. 133
Versatile motoring with Vauxhall; NU REG 57. 414
WALES: Appeal launched for Lorraine death. 475
WALES: BOOK IT NOW The Puppini Sisters in Manchester; GO... to the theatre. 313
WALES: Boy-rape accused gassed in his car. 408
WALES: Catch the killers who shot my baby. 642
WALES: Catherines' food for thought; GO... to the cinema. 529
WALES: Council to launch business event. 128
WALES: Equality on water campaign. 109
WALES: Forecasters blamed for show turnout. 173
WALES: French trucker used fake licence. 345
WALES: Gruelling bike ride will help Legion. 212
WALES: IS THAT AN EARTHQUAKE ON ANGLESEY? Oh no, it's just a Eurofighter breaking sound. 478
WALES: Kiwis lend a hand. 101
WALES: Lifeboat rescues ketch after engine breakdown. 173
WALES: Lifeboat stations in pounds 7,000 gift boost. 188
WALES: Man drove at couple on pavement. 339
WALES: Max number of laughs due; GO... to the theatre. 564
WALES: Meat moving again as FMD ban is lifted; Farmers welcome EU vets' decision. 390
WALES: Monks pray as another TB bullock is put down. 444
WALES: My boy's not dating Miller ... he'd tell me if he was; NO SIENNA IFANS' DAD RUBBISHES ROMANCE RUMOURS. 304
WALES: NOW SHOWING; GO... to the cinema. 542
WALES: Official in spending spree on boss's card. 287
WALES: Patient's husband suppllied drugs. 202
WALES: STAYING IN... your guide to all the latest DVD releases; GO... to the cinema. 254
WALES: Syndicate wins pounds 500k on the lotto; SHARE-OUT FOR BUILDING WORKERS. 402
WALES: Three dogs starve: couple face prison; Animals were left without food and water for a month. 445
WALES: To Madagascar; GO... to the theatre. 186
WALES: Welsh names stick with tradition. 185
WALES: Young star steps in to help Faenol. 630
WALS: All set for wars of the TV robots; GO... to a concert. 172
WALS: BOOZIE NIGHT; Punk Pony Club visits Wrexham GO... to a concert. 396
WALS: gog SOUND; GO... to a concert. 409
We had to get back together; the interview Kula Shaker always ploughed their own furrow in the pop world. Andy Welch talks to Crispian Mills about their reunion. 1079
WE' VE GOT NO PLAN B; Benitez admits uphill battle to attract new blood after gaby ko. 508
WE'VE LOST OUR WORLD; N.Wales-born mum of shot boy, 11, tells of agony. 128
WHERE TO GO... GO... on a day out. 409
Williams is back after Cup fright. 272
Young fingers on the trigger, ten years after Dunblane; CITY SHOOTING WHAT HAS GONE WRONG? What has gone wrong with society when an 11 year-old boy goes out to play football and ends up shot dead? Mike Chapple reports. 867

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