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

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40,000 demand a Paisley knighthood. 178
A brave lone voice; Eloise Parker meets the Welsh actor who has taken on the role of a great abolitionist. 824
Aide felt Levy tried to shape evidence; BRITAIN/INTERNATIONAL. 268
Airbus in airport trials. 144
Aston Martin sale deal puts Britain back in driving seat; Iconic brand changes hands in Ford sell-off. 515
Athletics: Vaughan edges it. 208
Baby is youngest victim of MRSA; BRITAIN/INTERNATIONAL. 176
Barfly: The Living Room. 227
Biennial proves a record-breaker; More than 400,000 visitors came to city for art festival. 446
Body of veteran soldier brought back to Britain. 222
Bomb plotters 'could have repeated 7/7 devastation'. 192
Boots board rejects pounds 9.7011 takeover manoeuvre. 239
Boots rejects offer. 164
Boxing: IN BRIEF - Warning to Khan. 87
Call for phone tapping evidence. 209
Car boot sale DVD 'pirate' jailed for 12 months. 239
Chance to win a book full of history. 131
Chef stole champagne. 84
Chef's Table: Blend in a treat for Mother's Day; Emma Johnson meets the soldier turned head chef at one of Liverpool's newest restaurants. 616
Chef's Table: Pork cutlet with cream of winter vegetable. 213
China aims for a 2020 takeoff; INTERNATIONAL Ambitious aircraft plan for country's booming commercial market. 342
City chiefs farewell pounds 360,000; Labour group attacks Henshaw's last-year earnings as 'obscene'. 520
Comic Vegas takes on bookies. 175
Company throws down 'green' gauntlet to legal firms in global challenge; LEGAL WEEK. 234
Cricket: Life takes a turn for the better for Monty. 620
Cricket: Life takes turn for better for transformed Panesar. 690
Cricket: Opening duo forced to train elsewhere. 135
Cupboard love. 204
Death plunge. 83
Detroit set to motor home. 384
Dog shows out of time. 98
Don't take credit for exports, Tories tell ministers. 230
Drugs courier took heroin to NW. 95
Enjoy the craic with Irish fayre; Laura Davis finds plenty of culinary treats on offer to help you celebrate St Patrick's Day on Saturday. Recipe 927
Experts back rescue plan for SS Manxman ferry; Ferry 'would give boost to tourism'. 444
Final gag is lifted on BBC reporters. 217
Flavours all wrapped up; World cuisine Fancy a fajita? Kate Nelson finds out all about food down Mexico way. 577
Football ROUND-UP - Chester target. 85
Football ROUND-UP - Essien new deal. 98
Football ROUND-UP - Ruddy sent back after loan spell. 208
Football: A touch of flair would finish off the good work; MOYES' FIFTH ANNIVERSARY. 734
Football: Aber brace themselves for Llanelli test; WELSH PREMIER. 219
Football: Albany in shock cup win over high-flyers; AMATEUR FOOTBALL Frank Armitt Liverpool Premier. 726
Football: Alex will miss Liverpool quarter-final clash. 423
Football: Arbeloa hailed for his Euro display. 316
Football: Atherton rings in with Hotel's final booking; AMATEUR FOOTBALL Houlihans Birkenhead Sunday. 442
Football: Bates bags brace to keep Clarence on title track; AMATEUR FOOTBALL Wallasey Sunday League. 403
Football: Benitez hails new boy Arbeloa for settling in to life at Anfield so quickly; FIVE YEARS AT GOODISON PARK. 568
Football: Benitez's tactical mastery can pay off again. 294
Football: Blues look at giving veterans new deals. 501
Football: Central's cup glory; AMATEUR FOOTBALL Mid-Cheshire League. 157
Football: Charlton: Edwards was a true legend. 743
Football: DUO HAVE LET CAREY DOWN; But Tosh calls up Dragons bad boys. 353
Football: Homer's late goal secures cup shock triumph for Abacus; AMATEUR FOOTBALL Warrington Touchline Sports Sunday Soccer League. 264
Football: IN BRIEF - Essien signs new deal at Chelsea; FIVE YEARS AT GOODISON PARK. 87
Football: IN BRIEF - Mourinho won't face FA action; FIVE YEARS AT GOODISON PARK. 97
Football: IN BRIEF - Savage Cup hope; FIVE YEARS AT GOODISON PARK. 83
Football: IN BRIEF - Toshack wants stars to perform; FIVE YEARS AT GOODISON PARK. 92
Football: Inspired Davies sinks Rock; AMATEUR FOOTBALL Birkenhead & Wirral. 248
Football: Job s not done at The People's Club; MOYES' FIFTH ANNIVERSARY COMMENT. 928
Football: Liam's goal enough to close gap on leaders; AMATEUR FOOTBALL Carlsberg West Cheshire League. 750
Football: Linnets share the spoils. 146
Football: Melia set for return to lift Nomads; WELSH PREMIER. 305
Football: Moore: We'll hold our nerve for play-offs. 633
Football: Moyes should be thanked for five years of stability. 769
Football: Please don't tire Wales' flying' Ryan; Tosh wants United to look after star Giggs. 817
Football: PSV star ruled out of Liverpool battle. 457
Football: Stability's achieved but job far from done; FIVE YEARS AT GOODISON PARK SPOTLIGHT ON DAVID MOYES. 1397
Football: Transport block Lute's passage to top; AMATEUR FOOTBALL. 291
Football: Trust is sceptical of Chester name change. 243
Football: Tudno are ready to draft in new faces; CYMRU ALLIANCE. 263
Football: Veteran duo get chance to stay; Moyes set to offer Carsley and Stubbs new contracts. 585
Football: Watson to captain Everton legends. 130
Football: Watson: We're match for anyone; FIVE YEARS AT GOODISON PARK SPOTLIGHT ON DAVID MOYES. 333
Football: We'll give Ben a perfect send-off. 469
Football: Williams strike sees off Scotland. 160
Free health care is a pillar of our civilised society. 459
fresh: Chocolate heaven. 125
fresh: Dinner Dates; Dave Graham presents the Feelgood Fridays show, on Radio City 96.7, and lives in Cheshire with his partner, Cat, and their daughter. 143
Go really green for St Patrick's Day; food & drink YOUR GUIDE TO GOING OUT. 354
Golf: County captains ready for challenge of new season; No losses to pro game so local pair in strong position. 1067
Golf: County starter at Formby. 180
Golf: Cynthia waltzes into lead role at Links. 208
Golf: Johnson gets the top job. 132
Golf: Lee Park keen to build on a season to remember. 147
Golf: Maxwell lands full house at S&A. 158
Golf: Nick's collapse ends bid for title. 336
Golf: Pros on top. 117
Golf: Seven not heaven for Pilkington's glory bid. 690
Golf: United front in drive to attract golfs new recruits. 637
Golf: Waring returns to Spain aiming to reign in cup. 654
Golf: Woolton honour for Sandy. 133
GP out-of-hours services? Deborah James looks at concerns about independent organisations. 299
HELSBY Hill; location. 234
Horse Racing: Big three all confident in battle of the champions. 719
Horse Racing: Brave Inca's battling qualities can see Cheltenham love affair continue. 288
Horse Racing: Detroit set to motor home. 384
Hospitals beating deadly superbugs. 469
I want axed Walsh's X-Factor judge's chair, Moyles insists. 99
IN BRIEF: Changing face of Liverpool. 287
IN BRIEF: Concern over schoolgirl's whereabouts. 90
IN BRIEF: Killing field. 92
It's all rocket science for space fan pupils. 109
It's not too late for a rethink on legal aid reform' LEGAL WEEK. 270
Joint venture on logistics park. 140
Journalist is missing; BRITAIN/INTERNATIONAL. 109
Junket of junkets; MR BROCKLEBANK. 383
Lawn Tennis: IN BRIEF - Federer misses out on record. 86
Lawn Tennis: Murray comfortably through at Indian Wells. 282
Lawn Tennis: sports ROUND-UP - Murray brushes aside Frenchman. 162
Learn to live in harmony with our planet; OUT FOR A BITE food & drink YOUR GUIDE TO GOING OUT. 629
Letter: Back them. 157
Letter: Caring party. 124
Letter: Lacking in attack. 81
Letter: No comparison. 93
Letter: Nugent caution. 103
Letter: Rates relief. 316
Letter: Who do you call in a crisis? 191
Lions take pride of place on taxis in safari park's drive for more visitors. 251
Liverpool's links to the slave trade. 368
Local jobs plea for Wylfa work. 402
Maple tree memorial is felled; Maritime activists decry loss of boulevard's Canadian tribute. 511
Merseyside's young Turks bring hope for the future. 539
Minister joins the Trident rebels; BRITAIN/INTERNATIONAL But Tory votes will see replacement plan home. 675
Minister quits in protest over plan to renew Trident; But Tories will ensure Blair wins vote. 452
Motor Racing: IN BRIEF - Ecclestone eyes points change. 93
Motor Racing: sports ROUND-UP - Pointing the way. 105
MUSICAL REVIEW Acorn Antiques/ Liverpool Empire. 357
New purple pounds 20 note hits the streets. 193
Not enough to gamble public funds; DAILY POST YOUR VOICE IN WALES. 417
OBITUARY: Bill Threlfall. 393
ON THIS DAY IN ... 103
OPINION: Family Law expert Tina Dunn looks at the benefit of mediation in disputes; LEGAL WEEK. 227
Packed wards 'spread MRSA'. 390
Parents and staff lose fight to keep special unit open. 397
Pervert used library to access porn. 173
Plane nosedives at speed injuring 14 passengers and closing airport; INTERNATIONAL. 249
Policemen caught red-handed on double yellow lines. 162
Prestige address with Mersey views; Sue Kelbrick finds an Edwardian family home. 301
Prisoner thought his family were dead, says mother. 300
Radio One's live broadcast coup for Plaza. 427
Rail crash man out of hospital as line reopens. 427
Rapist admits 1994 sex assault. 86
Revealed: blueprint for a new city region; EXCLUSIVE Six-council 'cabinet' to decide strategies. 796
Rugby Union: Danger to our kids lurks close to home. 875
Rugby Union: England suffer double injury blow; SIX NATIONS WALES v ENGLAND: FOUR DAYS TO GO. 282
Rugby Union: Injury problems mount up for clash with Wales. 389
Rugby Union: Jones boost; SIX NATIONS Captain expected back for England. 610
Rugby Union: No citing action over O'Gara incident. 234
Rugby Union: Our only hope is to beat England. 154
Rugby Union: sports ROUND-UP - Bollesan salutes awesome Azzuri; SIX NATIONS. 163
Rugby Union: sports ROUND-UP - Brown is eager; SIX NATIONS. 82
Rugby Union: sports ROUND-UP - Matter is closed; SIX NATIONS. 84
Rugby Union: Wolves chance for cup revenge. 371
Safety fear as doctor picks up drug forms; Blank prescriptions not missed. 652
Salaries set for record rises. 234
SCHOOLGIRL RAPIST'S WOMAN ESCAPES JAIL; Girlfriend helped Weston avoid police. 83
Solicitors firm goes all out to support NSPCC appeal; LEGAL WEEK Lawyers raise cash for charity s safe place team. 382
Sommelier - Mathew Sloane; IN HIS first monthly column, wine consultant and qualified sommelier MATHEW SLOANE reveals his bluffer's guide to wine. Column 525
Superstore rescue package. 163
THE DEBATE: Should private firms run; There's often conflict between welfare and profit. 456
THOUGHT for the DAY. 216
Time for lift-off... on EU's pounds 2bn fuel; LIFE AFTER OBJECTIVE 1 As Merseyside and Cheshire prepare for life with less European cash support, Sam Lister visits Brussels to find out what is being done to continue promoting the region. 1048
Tranquil treat in a stunning location; food & drink YOUR GUIDE TO GOING OUT MY BEST N.WALEF PUBS. 512
Try vegan dishes. 93
Tying the knot - second time round; Four in 10 couples who wed have said their vows before. Jane Gallagher looks at how to ensure a successful remarriage. 1305
WALES: 'Fantasy sex' man denies public toilet offence. 160
WALES: Accident victim praises brain unit. 277
WALES: Alarm at defects in island red squirrels; Limited gene pool could be to blame. 416
WALES: Cadets smash poppy records. 217
WALES: Children launch TV Lottery contest. 280
WALES: Children STILL play where Victoria died; Hammer home the dangers of railways. 338
WALES: Concert to mark birthday. 96
WALES: Crackdown on fish stock threat; Foreign workers 'eat them instead of throwing them back'. 476
WALES: David heads pounds 480m deal to put Aston Martin in UK hands; N.Wales man hails 'incredible' chance to buy iconic marque. 663
WALES: Death on line. 90
WALES: Driver stole pounds 300 of fuel for his hols. 101
WALES: Drug accused 'gave dad cash to buy land' 'Money moved to father's account'. 497
WALES: Giants of skies fly to US on trial runs. 227
WALES: Girlfriend who aided monster rapist goes free; She took fugitive back to her home. 428
WALES: Hotelier was 'best employer' man ever had. 210
WALES: I'll rock Snowdon, Everest and the Empire State Building; MUSICIAN PLANS HIGH-RISE THANK-YOU GIGS. 591
WALES: Labour's pounds 200m election pledge to firms. 121
WALES: Learning lessons about HIV and Aids. 194
WALES: Lobster lunch a hit at Blodwen's school; Students treated to some very posh nosh. 436
WALES: Partly blind mum follows dream at university. 286
WALES: Plaid wants Wales in cricket world cup. 216
WALES: Priest in sudden exit from top post. 292
WALES: Quarry search for woman diver to resume this morning. 142
WALES: Revealed: the pounds 1/4bn gamble; Korean investment 'huge risk for Wales'. 369
WALES: Story will centre on rugby's prince. 154
Weapons found in random car check. 194

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