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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (November 30, 2007)

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'George' to ring in new year. 149
'Professor Fluffy' doffs his cap to children. 187
6 THINGS TO DO THIS WEEK... 295
A second chance. 483
Angry Remploy staff stage factory closure protest; Employees insist they were 'the best'. 405
Another tradition - dying out post haste. 769
Athletics: IN BRIEF - Powell shapes up Down Under. 97
Athletics: Ohuruogu on gold run. 116
Balkans face new armed crisis, Cameron warns US; INTERNATIONAL NEWS. 420
Bank statement a relief to A&L's jittery investors; In association with BUSINESS. 448
Boxing: Brough heads Liverpool's new fighting talent. 352
Boxing: IN BRIEF - Mayweather hits out at portrayal. 103
Buffy grows up; Film Robin Walker meets the actress happy to keep her life away from the tabloids. 937
Calm is restored in Paris; INTERNATIONAL NEWS. 140
CD review. Sound recording review 321
Chance to taste free wine. 85
Church fails to sell at auction. 119
City goes global in plea for map ideas. 507
Classical. 488
County to cut out use of bags. 184
Cricket: Captain confirms return of Aussie. 325
Cricket: Howzat for a boost to cricket? COMMUNITY SPORT New coaching role will help juniors throughout Lancashire. 566
Cricket: Murali hoping for sweet dreams in Kandy. 329
Cricket: Pietersen primed for the Sri Lankan spin challenge. 925
Cute 500 is COTY; DRIVING SEAT. 95
DAILY POST YOUR VOICE IN WALES: Trumped by a group of local heroes. 420
Damaging the environment they want to save. 90
Do we really give a fig about being on flag of oppression? 450
DVD release rolls back Everton's greatest years. Video recording review 154
England defeat caution; In association with BUSINESS. 128
Family challenge to pounds 10m bequest. 128
film: Also showing. 399
film: DVD view. 412
film: On release. 467
film: Santa's brother is coming to town; Fred Claus (Cert PG) Starring: Vince Vaughn, Paul Giamatti, John Michael Higgins, Miranda Richardson, Rachel Weisz, Kathy Bates, Kevin Spacey and Trevor Peacock; director David Dobkin. 114 mins. Rating: *** THE BIG PICTURE. 749
Football: A sense of pride is back for Blues. 843
Football: Bent: We showed Spurs are fighters; UEFA CUP. 169
Football: Danny set to be rewarded. 212
Football: Everton Europe progress delayed. 315
Football: FA chief will talk to leading figures during search. 276
Football: Hunt for one Holy Grail at an end. 987
Football: IN BRIEF - Duff: I cried at foot injury news. 105
Football: IN BRIEF - I'm not happy - Shevchenko. 87
Football: IN BRIEF - Smith relishes job. 99
Football: keeping Rafa's winning run going. 223
Football: Kendall: Everton still have the pulling power. 929
Football: Let's keep winning for the manager - Crouch; Striker believes victories will guarantee Benitez stay. 746
Football: Liverpool game is 'our Euro final'. 250
Football: Managers in opposition - to authority; FAN SCENE. 357
Football: Megson delight as Stelios steals a point. 147
Football: Premier's top three Euro entry. 178
Football: Raring to go; Owen's finally shaken off injury woes. 589
Football: red EYE - Now's the time for Ferguson to have talent show. 551
Football: Stelios to the rescue; UEFA CUP. 108
Football: Tottenham 3 Aalborg 2. 83
Gallic charmer; DRIVING Seat a matter of OPINION. 1047
Gold medallist's masterclass for zoo visitors. 148
Heroes are praised at glittering prize night; Chief salutes Croxteth stalwarts. 491
HORROR SMASH ON A55; Rush-hour tailbacks as lanes shut after pedestrian killed. 363
Horse Racing: Silverburn to strike gold. 341
Humbug to those who take magic out of Christmas. 267
I'll race on as tribute to courage of my wife; Commentator in rally after tragedy. 654
IN BRIEF: Grange Hill to target younger viewers. 104
IN BRIEF: Owen return the perfect present. 93
IN BRIEF: Santa's sleigh insurance ban. 85
John Nettles brings out the softer side of Ricky Wilson; music. 432
JOLLY DOLLY; EX EASTENDER THRIVES IN FEELGOOD SHOW. 451
Letter: A scapegoat. 123
Letter: Appreciate them. 82
Letter: Best wishes to Hickson. 207
Letter: Christmas cheer. 223
Letter: Clear winner. 119
Letter: Language loss. 179
Letter: Movement curbs. 263
Letter: Need for land to solve crisis. 234
Letter: No sense of reason. 144
Letter: No sense of reason. 200
Letter: Overplayed jingles. 125
Letter: Postal closures. 187
Letter: Protest meeting. 158
Letter: Troops' treatment. 122
LIVERPOOL DAILY POST: Teacher's plight unites faiths. 325
Loeb's set for tough test in bid for glory; WALES RALLY GB. 224
LONDON MARKET; In association with BUSINESS. 271
Lottery vote will decide on Merseyside cycle scheme. 231
Lynott's spirit is still with Lizzy; Interview Mike Chapple talks to Thin Lizzy's Scott Gorham about the band's past, present and future. 1005
Marseille will treat Liverpool showdown ' like our Champions League final'. 256
Miniature Mitsu is big in the city; DRIVING SEAT. 279
Model is evicted from TV show. 95
Money laced with drugs. 127
Mother stands accused of murdering her daughter. 109
Motorsport: IN BRIEF - Loeb worried by cautious style. 105
news QUIZ. 127
NO MATTER. 124
NOW SHOWING; to the cinema. 689
OBITUARY: Alan Southward. Obituary 393
OJ court plea 'not guilty - again. 127
ON THIS DAY IN... 104
Ormerod 'listed'. 111
Polish comic sets city gig date for homeland expats; Actor accepts invitation to stage UK show. 406
Popular farmers market wins national accolade; Event has put pounds 16,000 back in community. 482
Price of a house falls fastest for 12 years; Mortgage approvals at lowlevel. 264
Public service workers strike. 134
Pupils show true colours in Rhys tribute. 234
Queen's Award for sales company. 305
QUIZ CHALLENGE. 96
Redknapp: I've got nothing to do with it. 618
Roads need a tweak, says city review; New study also urged. Report 482
Rugby League: Australian's honour. 88
Rugby League: Coach ready to return. 211
Rugby Union: Cohen set to step out of rugby wilderness. 420
Rugby Union: IN BRIEF - Matt to wing it. 87
Rugby Union: Prenton hope for change of luck. 275
Rugby Union: Triple change. 120
Screen idol wins vote for cash; Cinema to get pounds 50,000 for facelift. 415
Shed Media expands its programme of takeovers; In association with BUSINESS. 193
Shock at death of young offender; Inquiry call after boy found hanged. 361
Snooker: Higginson knocked out. 112
Solo Dickensclassic. 135
Son Elfyn wants to follow rally legend; WALES RALLY GB THE FRIDAY FEATURE Ahead of this weekend's Wales Rally GB, Gwyndaf Evans and teenage son Elfyn tell Gareth Bicknell they're ready to take on the tough world-class event. 892
Spectacular trekking; on a day out The Hughes family at Tan Y Foel, Isle of Anglesey Riding Centre. 638
STAYING IN... to the cinema your guide to all the latest DVD releases. 297
Store owners pessimistic over chances of Christmas bonanza. 296
Supporters just can't see where the problem is; FAN SCENE. 510
Suspect identified over death. 137
Tarbuck 'thrilled' to return home. 145
Teacher found guilty in Sudan; Liverpool mother tobe deported after serving 15 days in prison. 181
Teenage witness heard Newlove killers brag over act, court told. 299
THE DAILY POST & YOU. 134
THOUGHT for the DAY. 213
Three charged over death. 151
TIME OUT. 109
TIME OUT: QUIZ CHALLENGE. 96
tinseltown. 383
Top soap opera's creator dies. 138
Utilities giant shareholders in line for pounds 1.5bn payout; Capital return should offset dividend cut. 418
VIEWPOINT: GYDA MICI PLWM. 534
WALES: Accused used knife 'to scare'. 266
WALES: AM hails success of small classes. 134
WALES: Anglesey workers paid least in Wales. 192
WALES: Banned driver branded 'idiotic'. 124
WALES: Bilingual call to store chain. 123
WALES: Botanic Garden seeks bail-out to clear debts. 341
WALES: Brother found hanged in old home. 234
WALES: Call for inquiry over retirement; Misuse of computers claim an issue - critics. 302
WALES: Carols by candlelight. 85
WALES: Common cold bug blamed for girl's death. 536
WALES: Death crash dad 'may have fallen asleep' on Spanish run. 544
WALES: Deficit of pounds 8.3m for health board. 249
WALES: DOCTORS MISS 49% OF CASES; TODDLER HOME AFTER MENINGITIS HELL. 175
WALES: Factory is saved. 272
WALES: Gardener quits at 83. 192
WALES: Girl's mum in court charged with her murder. 486
WALES: Good and bad of NHS Wales; Dirty hospitals, poor food, loss of dignity... 471
WALES: Jail for boss in fatal roof fall cover-up bid. 693
WALES: Keep school buildings call; SCHOOLS UNDER THREAT. 422
WALES: Masked raiders in health shop attack; Three men being questioned after fleeing empty-handed. 292
WALES: One more week for far-flung posting. 135
WALES: Passer-by spots fire in ground floor flat. 185
WALES: Patients move as part of pounds 5m refit. 188
WALES: Pervert filmed girl in shower. 424
WALES: Plea for protest over council grant aid. 363
WALES: Professor to chair fisheries forum. 141
WALES: Room at the inn for 'too loud' choir; ...and the hospitable hostelry is London's swanky Savoy. 509
WALES: SiOn death: second man is charged. 287
WALES: The first spring daffodil is here! 136
WALES: Third time very lucky. 128
WALES: Three charged over pensioner's death. 158
WALES: Unsafe trees need felling. 144
WALES: We'll give Toby the best Christmas ever; TODDLER HOME AFTER MENINGITIS HELL Joy as 2-yr-old recovers... but family hit out at medics who missed killer bug symptoms. 459
WALL ST; In association with BUSINESS. 84
WE DON'T need. 113
Weird Tales; to the cinema Ex-Buffy star relishes role in bizarre film. 626
WHERE TO GO ... on a day out. 262
Witness appeal after fan killed. 134
Worse may be yet to come for borrowers, King warns. 161
Wylfa company backs awards. 302
Wyn won't give it up; WALES RALLY GB. 164
Youngsters share in a new chapter of literature; Authors read all about it with pupils. 439
Your Stars. 663

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