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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (February 13, 2007)

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'Sparks fly from Jesus artwork' A statue has convinced many it has miraculous powers. Jessica Shaughnessy reports. 485
1970s terrorist to be paroled. 136
2,000 attacks on Ashworth workers in last three years. 281
8o killed as car bombers strike twice in Baghdad. 431
A long and proud history. 352
Afternoon snooze is lifesaver; BRITAIN/INTERNATIONAL. 113
Airbus clinches pounds 9m design aid. 266
Airbus given pounds 9m to speed up future jetliner design; Workers at wing plan await job cuts. 395
Alan's 400th marathon... and counting; WALES: Veteran runner passes amazing milestone. 546
Ancient pub is all things to all men; YOUR GUIDE TO GOING OUT MY BEST N.WALES PUBS. 457
Anger as National Lottery raided to fund Olympics; Recreation chief attacks plans for cuts. 478
Another year under mountain of rubble; Planners set to recommend extension for dockside dump. 497
Athletics: In Brief - Sotherton making medals priority. 81
Athletics: Northall reels in field for Great Orme victory. 522
Athletics: Slump shocks Lewis-Francis. 310
Athletics: Warburton in line for a shock European call; UK title gives Caernarfon ace chance. 542
Beauty attacks 'size zero' models. 256
Bird flu slaughterhouse given all-clear to re-open; No risk to public, says Government. 471
Blast attack near Tokyo. 82
BRITAIN: Camilla faces major surgery; Duchess of Cornwall to have hysterectomy. 654
BRITAIN: Clear after bird flu slaughter. 230
BRITAIN: Expelled firemen fight union. 170
Burst water main blacks out central London. 166
Bus operator brings Britain's longest coach into fleet. 137
Camilla set to have operation. 229
Car bomb kills 71 on anniversary of Golden Shrine blast; BRITAIN/INTERNATIONAL. 261
Cheshire group bags major Typhoo deal. 372
Children's centre celebrates success. 164
Companies have taken us for a ride for too long. 473
Couple not happy with apology. 209
Cricket: Dramatic transformation from rabble to a real team. 385
Cricket: Fletcher's solace in Mother Theresa. 391
Cricket: Mother Theresa inspired recovery. 443
Cricket: Ponting backing Hussey to stop the rot. 314
DAILY POST: We won't get fooled again, PM; YOUR VOICE IN WALES. 413
Dangerous raider alert. 89
DAVID CHARTERS. 814
Doctor's blunder left me in coma; EXCLUSIVE GP diagnosed appendicitis as stomach bug, says graduate. 939
Dying woman in battle for right to end her own life. 515
Elegant Homes: A Victorian home steeped in history; Emma Johnson looks at a country house that dates back to the 19th century. 367
Elegant Homes: location. 264
Elegant Homes: Partners look for a clean home. 249
EU stalls over aid to Middle East. 184
Everton's Kearney poised for Chester loan deal. 313
Fears growing for missing barman. 149
Finding wisdom at the bottom of a pint glass; In the first of a series of articles celebrating National Beer Week, Mike Chapple looks at the boom in pub philosophy. 552
flash BACK: SPOTLIGHT ...on Flint and Holywell. 724
Flexible work plea. 86
Football campaign wins total respect. 139
Football ROUND-UP: Be patient with Walcott - Henry. 94
Football ROUND-UP: Bent the saviour. 90
Football ROUND-UP: Meechan upbeat. 89
Football ROUND-UP: Southgate wary. 92
Football: Arsenal eyeing Carson swoop; Wenger plots shock move for Liverpool goalkeeper. 474
Football: ARSENAL KEEPING TABS ON CARSON; Gunners target Scott for shock end of season move. 435
Football: Basic skills lacking. 180
Football: Blues are sweating on Hibbert scan news. 512
Football: Carvill is left out in the cold by red tape; FA urged to give Dragons new boy the green light. 669
Football: England is expecting. 224
Football: FA wait on Barton fate. 174
Football: Hill take a hammering as high-flyers hit 12; AMATEUR FOOTBALL. 453
Football: IN BRIEF - Kanchelskis has called it a day. 89
Football: IN BRIEF - Milan for Leicester. 81
Football: IN BRIEF - Neville: We can win Premiership. 89
Football: IN BRIEF - Owen steps up return to action. 85
Football: Jenks: We're the right men for Wales. 220
Football: Killer instinct; Kuyt: Strikers must sharpen act. 627
Football: Kuyt: We must take chances against Barca. 417
Football: Latics star demands refereeing rethink; Jackson believes officials should be held accountable for errors. 561
Football: Latics still fuming at referee Dowd. 298
Football: Liverpool at last on par with big boys; THE PROFESSIONAL VERDICT ON THE BIG SOCCER TALKING POINTS. 611
Football: Liverpool in friendly tour on US Far Eastern promise. 673
Football: Lord Coe welcomes bid as part of shared vision. 232
Football: Missing Spain game actually increased Johnson's stock. 257
Football: Motors fight back to earn point. 176
Football: New Mersey stadia could host World Cup. 362
Football: Owen: I want my comeback this term. 211
Football: Port spot on to set up Youth final with New Brighton; AMATEUR FOOTBALL Birkenhead Sunday. 109
Football: Redknapp charged following outburst. 226
Football: Reds must look east to maximise their profits. 308
Football: Return of Beckham delights Cannavaro. 264
Football: Shock cup defeat for Everton at Charlton. 289
Football: Time to teach the children properly. 288
Football: US owners can compete with best - if they stay. 618
Football: Verdict on new Hibbert injury today. 461
Football: We have World Cup backing - Brown. 620
Football: We'll end long wait for title - Neville; Skipper believes this will be United's year. 452
Football: Where the matches could be played in 2018. 437
Football: World Cup bid for new Mersey stadia in 2018. 680
Football: Young Mariners sunk by rampant leaders; AMATEUR FOOTBALL. 505
Fuel card scam villain is jailed. 237
Generations get together as runners prepare for event's 21st birthday. 367
Girl, 15, injured in station stabbing; Teenagers questioned over rush hour attack. 352
Golf: Becky shines Down Under. 307
Golf: Caldy sees a sea of change for centenary; Out and About Wirral club survives the outbreak of war and erosion Harold Brough charts the journey from a meeting in Liverpool 100 years ago. 1179
Golf: Chapman takes honours in highlight of Prenton junior programme; northwest. 139
Golf: Golf coast is proving to be a star attraction; Stirling joins the exodus to Sefton to boost title hopes. 1044
Golf: Goodall heads to Spanish training. 256
Golf: In Brief - Clarke poised to clash with Casey. 87
Golf: Irish star Clarke likely to be on Paul's case. 208
Golf: Junior increase hailed as success; Out and About. 215
Golf: Kuala-fied success; Display in Malaysia sees Houston climb rankings. 704
Golf: NEWS FROM AROUND THE CLUBS. 855
Help to get kids eating fruit; YOUR GUIDE TO GOING OUT. 431
Hessian the pick for Bell. 353
Holiday firm merger threatens jobs. 244
Hope for former TVR workers. 204
Horse Racing: Demon to go for Gold at Festival. 230
Horse Racing: G V A Ireland goes on trial for National at Haydock. 618
Hotel's logo bid to re-brand for business market. 174
I've seen more evil than you can ever imagine; Chester's St John the Baptist Church has quite a history - and so does its new vicar. Peter Elson reports. 758
IN BRIEF: Victim strangled. 90
IN THE DOC; YOUR GUIDE TO GOING OUT OUT FOR A BITE Ian Parri at Doc Cafe Bar, Caernarfon. 521
Iran denies supply of bombs to Iraq; BRITAIN/INTERNATIONAL. 561
Jail for man who rammed police car. 205
Jobseekers get free Paris trip to learn trade; 40 places open to hotel trainees. 460
Key players walking disciplinary tightrope. 160
Lawn Tennis: In Brief - Murray targets San Jose repeat. 102
Lawyers offer private advice; LEGAL WEEK. 183
LEISURE TIME: news QUIZ. 95
LEISURE TIME: QUIZ CHALLENGE. 87
Letter: Howdy partners; POST SOAPBOX. 97
Letter: Kirkby or bust; POST SOAPBOX. 109
Letter: Mo needs goals; POST SOAPBOX. 80
Letter: Spanish eyes; POST SOAPBOX. 115
Letter: We're the people; POST SOAPBOX. 136
Letter: Who's to blame? POST SOAPBOX. 117
Line up for fun. 465
LONDON MARKET. 300
Love thy neighbour... no chance. 147
LSE in fine fettle after failed takeover bid. 169
M&S to offer lower-alcohol wines. 109
Minister to open by-pass after town's 40-year wait; Borough hails achievement of pounds 8m highway. 635
Moped robbers linked to second attack. 211
No panic from captain Jones after defeats. 254
OBITUARY: Momofuko Ando. Obituary 385
ON THIS DAY IN ... 101
OPINION; LEGAL WEEK Victor Welsh, of Gregory Abrams Davidson. 247
Panic alarms installed in city students' safety drive; Landlord steps up security in rented rooms. 387
Parents' killer to have his inheritance confiscated. 402
Plea for clear rules; LEGAL WEEK. 108
Police identify body of woman. 89
Poor response to TV murder case plea. 171
Porn was found on computer. 119
pounds 15,000 paid for wrongful arrest; BRITAIN/INTERNATIONAL. 254
Rugby League: Broncos welcomed ahead of Saints clash. 562
Rugby Union: 'Bring back Ruddock' CAN WALES RECOVER AGAINST FRANCE ?POST BAG. 130
Rugby Union: Ashton in appeal to dub sides for help. 588
Rugby Union: Captain's role is not affecting ace Jones, says coach; CAN WALES RECOVER AGAINST FRANCE ? Gareth stands by his man. 562
Rugby Union: Club v country; 6nations ROUND-UP. 154
Rugby Union: French fallibility; 6nations ROUND-UP. 88
Rugby Union: Laporte revels in Ireland blow; 6nations ROUND-UP. 238
Rugby Union: O'Sullivan: France don't have psychological edge; SIX NATIONS RUGBY UNION. 324
Rugby Union: Victory was vital, says Scotland's Custier; CAN WALES RECOVER AGAINST FRANCE ? 320
Should firms subsidise bus fares for children? The question of who should fund transport for youngsters has split opinion Alan Weston reports. 310
Sky At Night takes starring role as Sir Patrick salutes new stamps. 383
Smoking gun; FARMING BIRDS LIKE THIS BRINGS US CLOSER TO DISASTER. 790
SOCIETY NEWS: Knights day job. 97
Still feeling fabulous at 50; A new advertising campaign is challenging the myths about getting old. Jane Gallagher meets five women who believe age isn't a barrier. 1663
Terror trial jurors shown execution films. 323
THE DEBATE: FEED BACK. 306
THE DEBATE: This decision is the wrong way forward. 426
The latest in a list of allegations against out-of-hours service. 260
The Police to re-form for world tour 23 years after break-up. 195
THE POST FORUM. 186
The works of art said to have worked miracles. 220
Thompson injury gives manager new headache. 712
THOUGHT for the DAY. 212
TIME OUT: LOOKING BACK. 94
TIME OUT: QUIZ CHALLENGE. 88
Union expelled fireman for wanting to save lives. 363
Video share firm aims to crack down on pirates. 203
Vodafone cheer on winning India deal. 172
WALES: Banned courier caught driving. 153
WALES: Double top; Terfel's joy after scooping second Grammy. 262
WALES: Eisteddfod Flynyddol Abergynolwyn. 341
WALES: FIGHT FOR INDEPENDENTS; Row after Forward Wales members go solo at election. 305
WALES: Firms face court over teenager's death. 239
WALES: Forget about sea defences... moving people inland is the only answer; DIRE WARNING TO OUR UNDER THREAT COAST. 426
WALES: Helen's bravery and her faith inspired all who knew her; Thanksgiving for teacher who died of tumour. 386
WALES: Man attacked police helping friend. 209
WALES: Men of iron show mettle; SOLDIERS IN 1,400-MILE TRIATHLON. 381
WALES: N.Wales rock stars to play Burberry workers' gig; Artists back fight to keep factory jobs in Wales. 452
WALES: Persistent offender says he's ready to change ways. 211
WALES: Plan to improve school buildings. 129
WALES: pounds 2m paths upgrade. 134
WALES: Pub terror gang may be behind string of raids; Detectives look for links after woman threatened in armed break-in. 441
WALES: Rail firms fight plan for new service. 225
WALES: Recital with a difference. 83
WALES: RNLI roll out the carpet for Nathan. 128
WALES: Show Blair how much you need your Post Office; Lobby launched on PM's website SAVE OUR POST OFFICES. 342
WALES: Tributes paid to Legion stalwart. 200
WALES: Will row 82-yr-old escapes jail term; Punishment a day in court building and cups of tea. 524
WALES: Woman 'died' to avoid fine. 113
Warning of conmen. 167
Warrington's Morley set to be out for six weeks. 189
Wedding in the sky. 101
Who'd believe 15,000 tickets sold in a day? Stately home prepares to rock around the clock. 421
Woman lied about rape after drunken sex at party; Community feared attacker was on loose. 558
Woman QC leads the way at the office and home; LEGAL WEEK. 814
WOMAN'S TERROR AT HANDS OF GUN GANG; Police probe link with four other pub raids. 105
Young fans animated as Wallace and Gromit characters come to cily. 155
your LETTER: Crime floodgates. 251
your LETTER: Drug users. 356
your LETTER: Heroes in the snow. 89
your LETTER: Work from home to beat jams. 163
Your week ahead. 771

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