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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (February 12, 2007)

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'Chechen pair held' in reporter killing inquiry. 162
'Killer' bird of prey leaves entrails strewn over churchyard; 'We just keep hoping that it will go away'. 497
'Trigger-happy' US troops' ID is discovered by lawyers; WALES. 282
A job in the town hall... could you manage it? in association with publicjobswales.co.uk. 534
A parallel world in pictures. 236
Adventure on high as stately home plans adults playground. 425
ARTS DIARY: Key Events; THE ARTS EDITOR'S PICK OF THE DAY. 216
ARTS DIARY: MUSIC Peter Tork/The Cavern. 315
ARTS DIARY: Play, display, at bohemian art event. 375
ARTS DIARY: THEATRE; Lifeboat/The Lowry. 236
BRITAIN: Allies in rush to defend Cameron; No denial over claims he smoked cannabis. 699
BRITAIN: Two quizzed over murder. 133
Cameron's allies rally after drugs claims; Tory leader refuses to deny claims he had smoked cannabis. 514
CASH POINTS. 392
Cefni get revenge over Flint; CYMRU ALLIANCE. 324
College leads drugs initiative; WALES. 217
Commuter cross-river service offer for just 5Op; Bus firm launches new route. 369
Confidence in house price rises on the up. 334
Council pleads: Show off Southport to your clients; Borough in drive to attract more business events to area. 540
Cricket: A picture to surprise you as England celebrate trophy win in Australia. 170
Cricket: A resurgent England finish tour on a high. 547
Cricket: Caldy closing in on final spot. 308
Cricket: England end Ashes nightmare on a high. 873
Cricket: Flintoff hails under-fire coach for revival. 526
Cricket: Nasser offers World Cup message. 290
Cycling: American team for Wirral cyclist. 180
Dame Helen reigns supreme at Baftas. 353
Designer shop for dogs hosts 'wedding'. 214
Early years learning; WALES. 107
Everton and breast cancer charity win on Ladies Day. 286
Ex-students urged to help universities as Blair backs cash plan. 332
Family killed in plane crash; Light aircraft smashes into side of mountain. 436
Few high fliers here; IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBER. 548
Financial lifeline may be withdrawn; WALES your MONEY. 899
Firefighters left furious as yobs torch primary school building. 226
Five songs in Brit Awards' first-ever live public vote; WALES. 168
Flooding alerts as snow melts. 180
Football: 'Failure hasn't crossed my mind'. 314
Football: Allardyce hails Jaaskelainen as 'best in the Premiership' BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP. 290
Football: Barton set to be reviewed as late challenge provokes rage; BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP. 287
Football: Benitez demands improved finishing. 430
Football: Benitez: We didn't take our chance; BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP. 534
Football: CAPTION COMP. 93
Football: CHAMP OF THE WEEK. 91
Football: City four home in on derby; LEAGUE TWO. 210
Football: Cumiskey denied late leveler; COCA-COLA LEAGUE TWO/NON-LEAGUE. 206
Football: Curbishley warns relegation rests on return to his old club; BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP. 312
Football: Fergie targeting vital away day success in run-in. 555
Football: Fernandes gets early start on loan repayment; THE FINAL WORD. 647
Football: Fernandes is happy to be a new Blue boy. 509
Football: Friends reunited ends in woe; Ferguson inevitably picks up a first win as Posh boss against his former club Wrexham. 1189
Football: Injury takes shine off Saints' much-needed victory; NW COUNTIES ROUND-UP COCA-COLA LEAGUE TWO/NON-LEAGUE. 348
Football: Injury-hit Rovers dig deep to win points; COCA-COLA LEAGUE ONE:. 1009
Football: Jenkins: We must regroup. 435
Football: Johnson looking fit and ruthless; More questions for England manager to answer as striker returns with a superb forward display. 1278
Football: Jol job pressure mounts as woeful away form goes on; BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP. 273
Football: Liverpool first; Reds CEO Parry insists the fans' only concern is for club not the national side . . . 669
Football: Moore fears over extent of Thompson injury; COCA-COLA LEAGUE ONE: NICK HILTON at Prenton Park. 489
Football: Moyes confident of transfer backing; We can still buy big if it's right deal for club insists manager. 820
Football: MOYES IS WILLING TO SPLASH THE CASH; Blues boss insists he won't be scared off by high prices. 601
Football: Performance left us feeling even colder; THE FINAL WORD VIEW FROM THE STANDS. 310
Football: QUOTES OF THE WEEK. 208
Football: Rafa not satisfied with the stupidity. 369
Football: Rampant Skem off the mark for year; COCA-COLA LEAGUE TWO/NON-LEAGUE. 193
Football: Rapid thaw freezes out Chester's efforts; COCA-COLA LEAGUE TWO/NON-LEAGUE. 422
Football: Reds under the weather and in need of a break; Benitez's men jet to Portugal after Toon defeat. 1313
Football: Robben's raring for run after injury jinx; BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP. 621
Football: Saddlers subdue; LEAGUE TWO. 183
Football: Sidwell pledge is all that's missing; BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP. 223
Football: Sir Alex looks to travels for title; BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP. 295
Football: Skipper gutted as the opening goal proves key. 580
Football: Stevie Wonder; NORTH WALES COAST CUP Striker secures shock win over Rhyl. 417
Football: That's exactly why we long for Europe; THE FINAL WORD VIEW FROM THE STANDS. 235
Football: The new darling of Goodison makes an impact; COMMENT the last WORD IT'S THE FINAL SAY ON THE WEEKEND ACTION. 785
Football: Theatre minus that sparkle without the leading man; at Old Trafford. 1227
Football: Three in a row for soaring Seagulls; UNIBOND LEAGUE. 307
Football: TOP FIVE... Jeepers Keepers; in off the POST. 346
Football: Towns new boys drowned by goals; COCA-COLA LEAGUE TWO/NON-LEAGUE. 136
Football: Vies stuck in fixture pile-up; COCA-COLA LEAGUE TWO/NON-LEAGUE. 228
Football: Warne's goal puts Swansea in a spin; COCA-COLA LEAGUE ONE. 316
Football: Wasteful Liverpool in need of a break; BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP. 1249
Football: Wenger backs Henry in time-wasting jibe; BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP. 597
Gaelic Football: Benitez left to bemoan lost chances. 620
Golf club pounds 10m facelift. 112
Have young swimmers set record? 210
High street Viagra. 186
Hollywood tough guy sings the blues. 227
Horse Racing: Local looks set to strike. 345
Horse Racing: Nicholls happy Star will shine at Cheltenham. 863
In Brief: Chancellor kicks off World Cup bid. 108
IN BRIEF: Dott takes new cue for revival. 98
In Brief: Give bonuses to charity. 115
IN BRIEF: Gronholm wins. 89
IN BRIEF: Pickering points the way forward. 85
IN BRIEF: Sleaze claims 'have hit PM's reputation'. 123
Johnson fit to burst the Rovers bubble; BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP. 1317
Landmark set to go under wraps. 82
Law targets kids' crabbing hobby; WALES. 372
Liverpool the most unhealthy city in UK. 213
Lizzie steams back. 148
LOOKING BACK. 109
M&Sto launch a new TV ad blitz. 176
Man dies in fire after leaving food on cooker; WALES Fire chief pleads with public to fix alarms. 581
Managing the debt mountain; Individual Voluntary Arrangements were introduced to help people facing financial difficulty. Jeremy Gates reports. 1044
Merseyside chefs are aiming for the stars; MYSTERIOUS MICHELIN 'OSCARS' STAR STATUS VITAL FOR CITY Merseyside's restaurants have once again missed out on a coveted Michelin star. But, as Mike Chapple reports, many in the trade feel one isn't far away. 1252
Miliband defends imports decision. 279
Money took priority over my husband's health...why? WALES 'He lay on a hospital trolley while they argued about cash'. 476
Move to remove beds 'no joke', says Fire Brigades Union. 102
Nasdaq keeps 29% Stock Exchange stake. 184
New Easter egg recall; WALES. 288
New university helps to pump pounds 86.2m into region; Annual economic impact is forecast to rise. 450
news QUIZ. 127
No end to carnage in Iraq. 120
OBITUARY. Obituary 372
Ozone gas for healthier wine. 108
PACEMAKER PATIENT LEFT ON TROLLEY IN CASH ROW. 89
Parry: Fans want club put before country. 804
Plaid calls for new People's Bank; WALES. 212
Plankton inspires artwork; WALES. 205
PO letter was 'inappropriate' WALES Council chiefs vow to oppose any closures. 444
Policemay seize drivers' mobiles. 388
Portuguese star praises spirited team-mates; BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP. 509
pounds 3,000 resort hotel bill as fire officials agree cost cuts. 466
pounds 400 a night bill for police cells B&B; EXCLUSIVE Home Office pays twice price for most exclusive city hotel. 926
Property group sells its student villages for pounds 76m; Downing denies pulling out of market. 326
Rugby Union: Baker on target to snatch big point. 325
Rugby Union: Clerc claws victory from Ireland hands. 302
Rugby Union: England confident despite Italy labour; Post Sport focus on the rest of the Six Nations sides. 819
Rugby Union: Heartbreak for Ireland at the death; SIX NATIONS RUGBY Post Sport focus on the rest of the Six Nations sides. 362
Rugby Union: LIMP WALES TRIP UP; Gareth Jenkins' side lack the hunger and passion as the Scots starve them of possession at Murrayfield. 1279
Rugby Union: Morley injury mars Wolves' flying start. 485
Rugby Union: Sidoli banks on the Welsh spirit after more pain. 537
Rugby Union: Win over Wales was a must -Dewey; Post Sport focus on the rest of the Six Nations sides. 364
Search is on for 'rekindled' romantics to help with research. 164
Six die in tunnel gas tragedy. 134
Smells crackdown earns firm Responsible Business Award. 173
Southport-born chef has two catering 'Oscars' MYSTERIOUS MICHELIN 'OSCARS' STAR STATUS VITAL FOR CITY. 234
Success based on staying local and ahead of the times. 675
Sunday Tips. 366
Tatton Hall spectres on TV show. 88
Teenage prisoners fled from court. 204
Tennis: Win for Murray. 94
THE ghost of Denbigh's most famous son, explorer Henry Morton. 500
The men who fuelled the Empire; An exhibition marking the 60th anniversary of coal mining's nationalisation has opened at one of the greatest old coal towns. Peter Elson reports. 1354
THOUGHT for the DAY. 203
Thriving Chinese quarter could be a star attraction; Business leader in call to action. 444
Tickets on sale for region's biggest music spectacular. 93
Tributes to former mayor of Sefton after death in US car crash. 310
Tributes to young soldier killed in Iraq bomb blast; 'Rising star with the highest credentials'. 354
Tunnel exploration disaster as six people die inhaling fumes. 230
University to host world youth congress in 2008; Delegates invited to Capital of Culture. 484
US tycoons' takeover a relief, says Liverpool FC chief. 583
Virgin seeks improved rail links. 108
WALES: Burberry campaign boosted by Sheen. 160
WALES: Dog that did this to our son must be put down now; Boy had 30 stitches in his face after attack. 540
WALES: Family hols saved... by mountain rescue. 420
WALES: Foreign language lessons a success. 213
WALES: Hain calls for bonus giveaway. 236
WALES: Minister has moral duty say patients; Life-saving treatment demanded. 518
WALES: Row over perks for pensions workers. 280
WALES: Sick teen's US doctors deal another blow. 414
WALES: Sporting ambition receives a big boost. 190
WALES: We're over-sexed, sly and speak our own language in our own pubs... Welsh has no vowels and sounds like spitting... the comment which prompted a book on how we get on with our English neighbours. 502
your LETTERS: Council's stand. 302
your LETTERS: Do we really care who did what at Eton? 407
your LETTERS: For or against? 249
your LETTERS: Hypocrisy in post office fight. 141
your LETTERS: ON THIS DAY IN ... 113
your LETTERS: Unbelievable. 143

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