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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (August 9, 2007)

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'No compulsory job losses' in R&SA's latest cutbacks; But union promises zero tolerance In association with BUSINESS. 388
'Slave ship' on way to Liverpool. 124
10 of the best ways to beat the late summer heat; interiors Home or away, Susannah Peters knows how to stay cool. 224
6% rate looms. 103
A red letter day; NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD. 85
Amy's dream career; FARM & COUNTRY. 126
Another interest hike in prospect. 190
Arrest doctor's licence revoked. 150
Arrests imminent in Jessie killing inquiry. 184
Athletics: McKay's power helps West Cheshire stay up; LOCAL ATHLETICS. 321
Big Bens 'bong is turned off. 107
Bradley on attack over festival collapse; 'Problem' with Culture Company. 726
Britain's worst driver revealed. 199
BRITAIN/INTERNATIONAL: Another soldier killed as Iraq victim named. 609
BRITAIN/INTERNATIONAL: Police investigate Channel 4 film. 87
BRITAIN/INTERNATIONAL: Race killer relatives wanted over murder. 97
BRITAIN/INTERNATIONAL: Teen jailed for French Potter. 239
Budding singers battle it out; NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD 2007. 314
Butchers set to restock as abattoirs; FOOT & MOUTH DISEASE SPECIAL. 345
Butler is handed captain's armband. 260
By invitation only; people. 371
C4 denies distortion claims. 100
Carpets and rugs; design. 293
City coup as cult film director plans visit; Tarantino to meet fans at FACT. 497
Could you go the extra mile for customer care? in association with fish4 jobs. 491
County Cricket: Grant in the runs as Glamorgan find form; POST FOCUS ON SERIES DECIDER AT THE OVAL. 606
Couples sink in spiralling debt. 409
Cricket: Bob flies for shield. 116
Cricket: Cheshire ready for title decider. 336
Cricket: Dravid aims to win in style. 390
Cricket: India aiming for coveted series win; POST FOCUS ON SERIES DECIDER AT THE OVAL. 330
Cricket: Josh fires in clash; POST FOCUS ON SERIES DECIDER AT THE OVAL. 134
Cricket: Key batsman Loye set to miss Roses clash. 333
Cricket: Nolan set to lead a powerful NW side; POST FOCUS ON SERIES DECIDER AT THE OVAL. 273
Cricket: Vaughan insists England will play hard, but fair. 593
Cricket: Vaughan vows to cut out bad language but keep intensity; POST FOCUS ON SERIES DECIDER AT THE OVAL. 1100
Cycling: Bees left buzzing at senior victory. 284
DAILY POST YOUR VOICE IN WALES: Animal movements are a cause for hope; WALES. 353
Easyjet launch two new JLA routes to Europe. 228
Ebay launches speed shopping. 131
End of an era as Davies sells up; EXCLUSIVE pounds 15m Exchange Flags deal ends developer's major city stake. 684
Ex-pats playing their part; NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD. 106
Experts test 'Madeleine' blood traces. 175
Family is devastated after M6 crash leaves two dead. 493
FARM & COUNTRY: Breeding is everything; Alwyn Phillips says high technology and genetics are the only way for sheep farmers. 982
FARM & COUNTRY: Hard lessons learned are now paying dividends. 558
FARM & COUNTRY: Top judges in Wales. 143
Farmers will have to bury stock; FARM & COUNTRY. 247
fashion: Pain in the name of fashion. 442
fashion: Stepping out in holiday style; Laura Davis shows you what to pack for the perfect summer wardrobe. 392
Father's murder 'revenge attack'. 236
Fergie's buys will tilt title; PREMIERSHIP PREDICTIONS WHO WILL BE THIS YEAR'S WINNERS AND LOSERS? Rafa must hope he's taken giant leaps but United still a step ahead in hunt for glory. 2234
Festival greener but it could do much more; NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD 2007. 404
Floods bill huge. 123
Food festival vows to beat foot and mouth threat; Wirral event will go ahead, say organizers. 636
football ROUND-UP: Keane vows to keep spending. 112
Football: Aber sing right tune; FRIENDLY MATCH. 114
Football: Blues are thwarted in pursuit of targets. 460
Football: Clubs out to thwart Everton advances; pounds 18m Yakubu and Fernandes swoop being frustrated. 539
Football: Evans scores on return for Dragons. 179
Football: Everton women play key part in World Cup plans. 353
Football: Experience earns Butler captaincy at Chester. 276
Football: Gordon: 'Record move was too good to miss'. 504
Football: I want to be an Anfield legend just like Owen and Fowler says Dirk. 550
Football: IN BRIEF - Alves keen on move. 91
Football: IN BRIEF - Gers fans urging Uefa to get tough. 80
Football: IN BRIEF - King is backing strikers to shine. 93
Football: IN BRIEF - Mort: No problems with Allardyce. 81
Football: JENKS IS STAYING; Coach given WRU vote of confidence. 252
Football: Keane spending spree not over. 113
Football: Kuyt: I want to emulate great strikers. 496
Football: Let battle commence for Premier crown; PREMIER LEAGUE COUNTDOWN TWO DAYS TO GO The Daily Post Sports writers give their tips for the new season. 772
Football: Mourinho's hoping to be more flexible; RED DEVILS GEAR UP FOR PREMIERSHIP KICK OFF. 291
Football: Nani is head over heels with United; FRIENDLY MATCH RED DEVILS GEAR UP FOR PREMIERSHIP KICK OFF. 540
Football: Pepe's aiming for a hat-trick of his own. 121
Football: Queiroz explains reason to drop Ron. 170
Football: Reina gets his hands on Barclays Golden Glove Award. 139
Football: Rooney stars at the Pars; FRIENDLY. 317
Football: Rovers make admission easier for over-60s. 325
Football: Sibierski: We are fired up for Goodison Park opener. 338
Football: Sir Alex will squeeze the most out of our ace attack; RED DEVILS GEAR UP FOR PREMIERSHIP KICK OFF Ole: Fergie can keep big squad happy. 717
Football: Soul-searching on great unknown; BLUE WATCH. 602
Formula One: Lewis: Rivalry makes it harder to play fair. 563
Gardeners nock to city allotment plots. 423
Get it off your chest; cool Men are forsaking their body hair for a smoother look, as Lizzie Houghton discovers. 842
Golf: Harrington: I've opened the door for Europe. 575
happening: Cruz along to Mango. 122
happening: Free glass of bubbly at Room. 118
happening: Great hair even when you're travelling. 93
happening: Let's hear it for good old common sense; The Urbanite Dip into Paul Corcoran's pool of thoughts. 583
happening: Wear your wedding dress again. 113
Horse Racing: Anthem can rock Brighton rivals. 411
Horse Racing: Anthem to rock Brighton rivals. 438
Horse Racing: Authorized team look ahead to York meeting. 188
Hospital appoints its first 'enforcer' Concierge says: Stub it out... please. 514
Howard: Vital we start well; BLUE & READ. 174
IN BRIEF: 12 in hospital after RAF copter crash. 84
IN BRIEF: Fry hits back in Button's defence. 86
IN BRIEF: More shame for Tour team Astana. 101
IN BRIEF: Ohuruogu may change allegiance. 84
ITV on mend - Grade. 126
Jemma and Joe's records help clinch promotion. 516
Lawn Tennis: Beaten Murray heads to USA. 183
Letter: Arbitrary boundary. 92
Letter: Astonishing slur. 173
Letter: Bins nightmare. 219
Letter: Children need real teachers. 272
Letter: Costly post; WALES. 103
Letter: Health move just unacceptable; WALES. 246
Letter: Intolerant views. 89
Letter: Jury worries; WALES. 180
Letter: Licence blitz; WALES. 147
Letter: Local care; WALES. 87
Letter: Simple truth of life. 111
Letter: Take our chances. 126
Letter: Tasteful nudes. 171
Letter: Unfair on station. 129
Liquid gold from fields of dreams; FARM & COUNTRY. 705
LIVERPOOL DAILY POST: City's chance for fresh start. 339
Liverpool One firm's profits soar; In association with BUSINESS. Financial report 152
Liverpool slimming scam man faces Australian charges. 172
Living it up with... people Dave Pichilingi, 43, is director of Robot Records, Tri-tone Music and Masque/Barfly Club. 240
LONDON MARKET; In association with BUSINESS. 253
MaesB's decade of music and joy; NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD. 240
Memories in depth; TRUST THE POST. 441
Mother clings to hope that she might keep her child. 261
Motor Racing: Competitive natures putting McLaren under pressure. 333
MUSIC REVIEW National Youth Orchestra of Spain/ Chester Cathedral. 327
New partnership targets region's property market; In association with BUSINESS. 172
OBITUARY: Sir Nicholas Nuttall. Obituary 354
Off road race to be run in N.Wales; FARM & COUNTRY. 160
Peace in the heart of the city; interiors Debbie Johnson visits a couple in their city centre apartment. 688
Police launch book of justice poetry; NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD. 209
POST PUZZLER: 50 for fun; Phil Brown's trivia quiz. 1025
pounds 800k wood in the princes' stronghold; FARM & COUNTRY. 494
Raffles coup for the city; Exhibition of British legend who founded Singapore. 585
Reaching for stars; in association with fish4jobs Michelle Rushton meets PAUL HYLAND, tax partner, Duncan Sheard Glass. 460
Recycling firm may end collections after funding row. 194
Recycling scheme stopped. 208
Reprieve for 700 Wirral jobs. 235
round UP: Book early for old cattle scheme says NFU; FOOT & MOUTH DISEASE SPECIAL. 84
round UP: Friends search; NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD 2007. Website overview 146
round UP: New project in autism training; NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD 2007. 129
rugby ROUND-UP: French cautious; BUILD-UP TO THE WORLD CUP. 107
rugby ROUND-UP: O'Driscoll's hope; BUILD-UP TO THE WORLD CUP. 92
rugby ROUND-UP: Strettle injury's a massive blow; BUILD-UP TO THE WORLD CUP. 139
rugby ROUND-UP: White can't wait; BUILD-UP TO THE WORLD CUP. 86
Rugby Union: Dragons break into the Sevens elite; BUILD-UP TO THE WORLD CUP. 193
Rugby Union: I thought Cup was over says Ian; BUILD-UP TO THE WORLD CUP. 294
Rugby Union: Strettle 'massive' loss for England - Sackey. 644
Rugby Union: Wales can't afford to dwell on the past; BUILD-UP TO THE WORLD CUP Alfile: We must forget mistakes and look ahead. 616
Sailing: Riley makes most of weather. 574
Sailing: Riley's joy. 209
Skipper Gerrard's red card tip off; BLUE & READ. 165
T-Mobile ready to build new masts after blunder; Unwanted development goes ahead. 395
Take to the floor in dazzling style; Floor coverings last a long time, so should be chosen with care. Gabrielle Fagan looks at the wide choice of materials. 795
TAMI SWIM HOME; Lost doggy paddles across Menai Strait to find her family. 137
Teachers raise building concerns. 137
Teenager takes passage to India for history lesson. 229
Tennis: Murray comeback crashes to halt. 265
Tennis: Wright in final with Noonan. 173
Things could be worse... we could have blue tongue as well; FOOT & MOUTH DISEASE SPECIAL. 586
THOUGHT for the DAY. 193
Turbine and skywalk plan for new Airfield stadium; Latest details reveal green credentials. 570
Virgin Media lose 70,000; Customers quit after BSkyB wrangle. 397
WALES: 'Must we lock up so many people?' N.Wales prison call ducks real issue, says ex-chief of probation. 477
WALES: 'Sex for diesel' rapist is jailed. 218
WALES: 10,000,000-1 shots; Same family, same course... 3 holes-in-one in 3 days. 442
WALES: Armed raiders snatched site safe. 142
WALES: Booker Prize hope for tale of N.Wales; Wartime novel set in Snowdonia has won huge acclaim. 509
WALES: Eaterie makes the Top Ten. 100
WALES: Farmers' relief as slaughter allowed. 181
WALES: Fisherman nets piece of history from Dee. 259
WALES: Fury over hours cut at sports centres. 149
WALES: How can families get a leg up on the housing ladder? SPIRALLING PRICES MEAN MANY CAN'T GET A HOME OF THEIR OWN North Wales is experiencing a social crisis of catastrophic proportions - yet few are doing anything to address it. In Part II of his special investigation, IAN PARRI looks at possible answers to the scandal of unaffordable housing. 1551
WALES: I had to go back to States to honour my tragic son Cai; FATHER SAW TEENAGE SON KILLED BY LORRY. 665
WALES: I wasn't being macho before death crash; PC denies causing death by dangerous driving. 473
WALES: Language group turn up heat on store. 303
WALES: Now Fron choir is big in Australia. 174
WALES: Peer appointed Newi's first president. 227
WALES: Plaid leader attacks 'terrifying' laws. 264
WALES: Police in bid to catch flasher. 183
WALES: Probe into police seaside jaunts claim. 212
WALES: Social care housing schemes receive pounds 5m. 236
WALES: Strait back; Amazing sea crossing by missing dog Tami. 632
WALES: Taxi man Tony back to work despite knifing. 357
WALES: Tribute to Polish man killed in stabbing. 208
WALES: Wales leads way in recognising job skill studies. 521
Walter Mitty life of NHS manager; Accountant says: I've let people down. 543
War through a child's eyes; NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD 2007 Prose medal goes to novel which is 'raw and close to the bone'. 434
Water company reveals cost of flood havoc. 103
We have to take the ref with the smooth; Carey warns his Dragons to block out the red mist. 514
Welsh telephone service signs up 1,000th client. 245
Youths burgle petrol station. 119

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