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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (February 16, 2007)

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'Robby the Bobby inspired ex-mayor of New York; Police help youngsters to slash crime. 497
'Vast problem' of lowIQ prison inmates revealed. 487
'Witch hunt' farmer could lose his entire cattle herd. 662
200 officers on prowl to enforce city smoking ban. 636
Aberystwyth mourn club servant death. 187
Aintree's supremo under starter's orders for Ascot; Tributes to MD after 25-year stint. 407
Air show set for take-off after council rescue bid. 404
Also showing; film: The Science Of Sleep (15) Rating: **. 167
Amphitheatre discovery proves city's bloody past. 437
Amstrad reports fall in satellite box sales. Financial report 146
And the beats go on... 452
Antony and Cleopatra. 83
Armed robber is police's number one city target. 175
Athletics: Eryri duo tackle fastest in Wales. 748
Athletics: IN BRIEF - Carter aims for Johnson records. 91
Athletics: Morris in fitness race for London. 290
Badminton: Fiona's squad hoping to spring Shanghai surprise; COMMUNITY SPORT. 525
Bike thieves target two-wheeler brigade in Liverpool. 183
Boxing: IN BRIEF - Harrison silent. 80
Boxing: sport ROUND-UP - Harrison irritable. 87
Brand new comedy; Hitting the high notes Fron choir's classical success Arrested development New comic cop caper Richard Phillips talks to Russell Brand as he prepares to tour Britain with his new show. 998
BRITAIN/INTERNATIONAL: Egyptian denies masterminding Madrid bombs. 334
BRITAIN/INTERNATIONAL: Houmous products recalled by M&S. 192
BRITAIN/INTERNATIONAL: Toddlers forced to fight by women. 235
BRITAIN/INTERNATIONAL: Viagra saves sick baby's life. 489
BRITAIN: Armed cops bid to halt killing spate. 433
BRITAIN: Garden set to bloom again; HOMES AND GARDENS. 504
BRITAIN: Tragic model Anna 'had twice attempted suicide'. 330
Brookside 'window cleaner' lands new role as Street trouble-maker. 85
Brother guilty of stabbing attack. 159
Brown's soul music lives on. 267
Businesses fear council sell-off of industrial estates. 192
CD review. 333
Celebrity chef Oliver offers gingerbread recipe to Prince. 217
Centre desperate for cash lifeline. 204
Children get on track to fulfil dreams. 104
Chirac in peace plea; INTERNATIONAL NEWS. 81
CINEMA VIEW. 833
Classical. 479
Company lands MoD order. 139
Council plans live webcam broadcasts of meetings. 267
Cricket: Collingwood is bullish on hopes. 259
Cricket: Merseyside's kings Bootle add Prince to squad; LOCAL CRICKET. 214
Cricket: We'll beat anyone in the world warns Colly. 504
DAILY POST YOUR VOICE IN WALES: The cost to Wales of the London Olympics. 380
Dog walker finds man's body. 123
DVD view. 468
EMI hits another sour note. 170
Eri van den Biggelaar. 126
Fab Four - as never seen before; Artist aims at younger market with cartoon impressions. 303
Family say 'cheers' over pub tribute to legend; John Peel's widow gives seal of approval to name. 394
film: HEATHER MILLS; tinseltown. 112
film: I realise I have a very fortunate life; Eileen Condon meets the Oscar-winning actress who wants to help children all over the world. 1029
film: shoot to grace; tinseltown. 95
film: Sienna Miller; tinseltown. 102
film: The heat is on; Hot Fuzz (15) Starring: Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, Bill Bailey, David Bradley, Jim Broadbent, Steve Coogan, Timothy Dalton, Bill Nighy, Anne Reid, Edward Woodward; director Edgar Wright. 120 mins. Rating: ***. 427
Firm in needle-free flu treatment coup. 353
football ROUND-UP: Freddie relieved 'torture' is over. 159
football ROUND-UP: Sam's challenge. 93
Football: 'Fantastic' fightback puts Youth Cup holders into semi-finals. 383
Football: Aberystwyth ready for the Druids; WELSH PREMIER. 301
Football: Battle ahead; Linwood ready for a testing Racecourse return. 667
Football: Birchfield youngsters can bank on Barclays for new coaching equipment; COMMUNITY SPORT. 212
Football: Chester look to bring in mystery striker by weekend. 290
Football: Chester look to strengthen attack. 294
Football: Four goals at Carlisle - but Yeovil still aren't satisfied. 157
Football: Get rid of football agents - Neville. 248
Football: Hartson is still in Baggies' thoughts. 259
Football: Howard sets his sights on catching Royals. 541
Football: Howard targets push for a European place. 540
Football: I was dressed as a 7ft Dragon... and the ref kept giving me offside; THE FRIDAY FEATURE Daily Post writer Gareth Bicknell turns mascot Wrex the Dragon for a day in a bid to raise spirits at the Racecourse Ground WATCH THE VIDEO AT... www.dailypost.co.uk. 902
Football: IN BRIEF - Jewell curses on double standards. 81
Football: Liverpool youngsters hit back to reach semi-finals. 533
Football: Loss stressed need for cutting edge to compete with the best. 497
FOOTBALL: Mpenza's ready to join City. 212
FOOTBALL: No apologies for weakened side. 231
Football: Pennant: We are Europe's greatest; Winger claims Liverpool can match anyone on their day. 635
FOOTBALL: Rafa's the man to get it right - Rush. 584
Football: Roeder delighted as Newcastle ease to win. 172
FOOTBALL: Sibierski wraps up victory for Toon; UEFA CUP. 281
Football: Solid Howard signing gives ideal platform to build from back. 438
Football: Swans are in shock. 197
Football: Tranmere set to use makeshift defenders. 739
Football: WE'RE THE BEST SIDE IN EUROPE; Reds can be Jermain men Champions League says ace Pennant. 595
FOOTBALL: We've got the right squad for the treble chance says ace Larsson. 459
Former MP cleared in fraud inquiry. 118
From weddings to fame world-wide; the interview Philip Key discovers the Male Voice Choir which has really hit the high notes. 1154
gog SOUND. 400
Going undercover to catch people 'is just entrapment'. 157
Golf: Plaphol keen to Thai up win of his own. 279
Golf: sport ROUND-UP - Thai eyes a win. 97
Government accused of 'deceit' on N-plant decision; Consultation flawed, says judge. 399
Heart op for city man is UK first; Liverpool transplant patient saved by pioneering surgery. 979
Hoops supporters can enjoy trip to San Siro. 327
Horse Racing: Murphy eyeing starring role for his Leading Man. 742
Horse Racing: Whitenzo back on track. 368
Hot weather puts Guinness under pressure. 392
I wasn't the brains behind bombings; INTERNATIONAL NEWS. 358
I've yet to discover the joy of text. 729
IN BRIEF: Chemicals in womb 'trigger obesity trend'. 96
IN BRIEF: Friedel wants to learn Euro lesson. 87
IN BRIEF: Global action. 83
IN BRIEF: Mpenza set for Manchester City. 94
IN BRIEF: Salmonella found in M&S houmous. 91
IN BRIEF: US generals got it wrong. 93
Knowsley pupils in line to become Diploma pioneers. 274
Lawn Tennis: Murray aims to break surface. 262
Lawn Tennis: sport ROUND-UP - Murray: Surface takes adjusting. 183
LEISURE TIME: news QUIZ. 88
Letter: Ashton is answer. 82
Letter: Away support. 83
Letter: Bank of England. 145
Letter: Change date. 99
Letter: Live within your means. 133
Letter: No confidence vote misdirected. 233
Letter: Passing the buck. 159
Letter: Proud history. 94
Letter: Red mist. 102
Letter: Small ideas. 128
Letter: Sunny side. 114
Letter: Time moves on. 234
LFC sale sparks a property boom. 458
LONDON MARKET. 244
Man left lover penniless. 199
Motorcycling: Bikes and cars go on show together as sporting equals; DRIVING SEAT. 564
MUSIC: REVIEW NME Awards Tour/Liverpool University. 326
Nato not doing enough, says Bush; INTERNATIONAL NEWS. 207
New breed of pink rabbits launched as welfare group sees red. 221
Now who's got double standards? AUSSIES AREN'T THE ONLY ONES GUILTY OF CENSUS SINS. 464
OBITUARY: Roberta Semple Salter. Obituary 392
ON THIS DAY IN ... 128
Opera star's dramatic debut hasn't put her off appearing at the Empire; opera. 801
Opium hidden in chocolate. 125
plugs & POINTS; in association with fish4. 370
Police gun squad for London streets. 259
pounds 100m plan for Scotch. 87
Powergen cuts gas prices -for some. 226
Premier NEWS: Smaller nations need European competition too. 465
Public protest. 469
Rates rise hits prices of new properties. 208
Recycling hit by shortage of cash. 228
Repairs start on Wirral footpath. 151
Research brings jobs bonanza. 390
RESTAURANTS: A fine romance survives with a little luck; In search of a wedding anniversary venue, Jane Gallagher hits on a gem. 934
RESTAURANTS: TIPS. 377
RESTAURANTS: Traditional pancakes may flout today's health and safety laws - but they're flippin' delicious; EATING IN. Recipe 581
Retailers feel the effects of a New Year hangover; January sees massive slump in sales. 461
Rhodri's globally warmed welcome to Wales. 293
Robbery jail term cut. 96
Rugby League: Crusaders trouble Brisbane. 301
Rugby League: IN BRIEF - Horne positive despite troubles. 94
Rugby Union: Fletcher left fuming by Wilkinson 'rest' stories. 611
Rugby Union: sport ROUND-UP - Sheridan return. 101
Rugby Union: Wales will Peel away tiredness. 615
Rugby Union: Wirral out to end Northwich unbeaten run; LOCAL RUGBY UNION. 276
Runcorn end promotion hopefuls' chances. 135
Rush backs Benitez to spend new cash wisely. 648
S for stunning; in association with fish4 a matter of OPINION. 975
Scotch to get pounds 100m boost. 98
Snooker: IN BRIEF - Rocket cruises into last eight. 89
Snooker: Williams in threat to quit. 241
Solar DVD players will save lives. 201
stuck in the groove. 80
Sue apologises for the Englis. 501
Suicide doubts. 88
The best nights bar none; City pub, club and bar owners celebrate. 471
The Christians bring an Ideal World straight to North Wales. 228
THOUGHT for the DAY. 200
TIME OUT: QUIZ CHALLENGE. 86
TOM Stoppard's. Theater review 136
Top honour for twin city's former mayor. 209
Tragedy tourists cleared; INTERNATIONAL NEWS. 96
Two held over Briton's murder. 131
VC died 'under friendly fire'. 103
VIEWPOINT: GYDA MICI PLWM. 529
WALES: Banned danger driver is jailed. 242
WALES: End to quayside washday blues; Residents win fight to get communal line back. 441
WALES: Falling tree cuts off 800 homes. 155
WALES: Flown to safety. 84
WALES: Football yobs get Dragons ban order. 197
WALES: Fury over U-turn on cheaper homes. 186
WALES: Give poor free TV, says Hain. 137
WALES: Grey squirrel pox kills a red; Virus strikes for first time in Wales. 359
WALES: Kerbside collection to grow. 105
WALES: Lives at risk in Wales over pounds 33m NHS debt crisis; Loan must be repaid to Assembly. 436
WALES: Ministers in hospitals 'language' tour. 172
WALES: Morgan recalls birth of devolution. 232
WALES: Nuclear power decision illegal. 175
WALES: Olympic 'disaster' for Welsh charities; 'Raids' on National Lottery could cost pounds 29m. 687
WALES: Paedophile in 'full jail' row faces court again; Freed sex offender failed to register. 498
WALES: Rally to save POs targets Labour's Welsh conference; Blair or Brown to face major protest. 374
WALES: Rhianwen recalls bitter experience. 166
WALES: Rivals aim to sell eco milk bags. 248
WALES: Soccer legend at his old school to help nurture new talent. 134
WALES: Town-wide pub bans for rowdy drunks; Police to get tough on trouble-makers. 318
WALES: University proves popular choice. 174
WALES: Waiting for her heartbeat to stop was torture; Devastated mum tells of the last moments of Ayesha's life. 508
WALES: Wind farm 'would ruin lake beauty' Turbine power is 'fickle' - objectors. 579
WALL ST. 91
What price a degree? 141
Whitenzo back on track. 362
Women forced toddlers to fight. 230
Workers offered jobs in Gibraltar. 113
Young mum, 31 found hanged. 260

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