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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (April 3, 2008)

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'We'll be university' College now has power to award degrees WALES. 535
08 Culture Dairy: Donmar team returns with drama tribute to Miller; Andrew Buchan and Michelle Terry, in The Man Who Had All the Luck. Theater review 231
08 Culture Dairy: KEY Events; THE ARTS EDITOR'S PICK OF THE DAY. 235
08 Culture Dairy: Sid and Dylan's 'missing year'. 228
08 Culture Dairy: Snap-happy picture of 2008 life in city; Six go mad in Liverpool. 395
10 of the best presents for pampered pets; Style City/interiors Emma Johnson has the purrfect gifts for furry friends. 272
50 for fun; POST PUZZLER Phil Brown's trivia quiz. 1151
A Grand affair as punter orders pounds 13,000 of bubbly; EXCLUSIVE Mystery man's special Champagne delivery. 495
A peaceful haven in a hectic city; Style City/interiors Debbie Johnson visits a couple who bought two properties in the same development. 766
A SHOT IN THE DIRK; Dutch striker Kuyt grabs vital away goal to put Liverpool in the driving seat. 944
Absence takes shine off coins. 426
Aled's cathedral role; ALISON GOW TRUST THE POST. 514
All change as new coins go into circulation for the first time. 211
Athletics: Forrester leads British charge in finals; LOCAL ATHLETICS. 295
Athletics: sport ROUND-UP - Dwain agrees to aid drugs fight. 151
Award's sponsor delighted with close city links; inpartnership. 127
Badger cull plea; out and ABOUT. 183
BARMY; ASTON HILL SHAMBLES Evicted from her home... to make way for road that ISN'T being built. 90
Big fall in road death figures. 93
Blears raises questions over tower; In association with BUSINESS ...VENTURE. 171
Books launch new chapter in Capital of Culture year; More to follow as University Press gears up. 500
Boxing: Joe will spank the Yank says Enzo. 266
Boy band turns out for children's charity fundraiser. 164
britain ROUND-UP: Severed head description. 126
britain ROUND-UP: Tax change. 111
britain ROUND-UP: Unrecognisable. 108
Britain's warning to Mugabe. 304
Building industry facing hard times. 168
Cahill: I'll be raring to go this summer. 347
Ceramics promote show; LDP Creative In association with Merseyside acme. 125
Christians have role in politics. 109
Claims of shady deals and money in brown envelopes; AUTOGRAPHS TRIAL conmen who traded on the stars face prison after guilty verdicts. 502
Conmen await their fate after fake signatures trial; Thousands ripped off in autographs scam. 393
Consistently in tune to Continental combat. 601
Construction's uncertain future. 376
Councils offer extensive range of opportunities; fish4jobs in association with 524
Cricket: Shaoib threatens court action. 252
Cricket: sport ROUND-UP - Akhtar appealing. 97
Daily Post parent buys web design firm for pounds 5.8m; Market leader in sport, leisure and retail sites LDP Creative In association with Merseyside acme. 436
Descendants of slaves can now trace their roots. 100
DIARY; out and ABOUT. 225
Dispute over pay sees 600 staff 'work to rule'. 275
DIVING IN TO SAVE OUR MARINE LIFE; FARM AND COUNTRY Protesters march on Westminster over marine bill. 554
Dog show on rise; out and ABOUT. 95
Don't be a mug; happening. 114
Duo are charged. 124
EC's Rock inquiry; In association with BUSINESS ...VENTURE. 88
Ego proves tasty investment; Former La Tasca team buys out chain. 333
EU forced to ditch organic label. 269
Everyone wants their hair done for the races. 550
Ex-Bond girl joins list of property award hopefuls; Vicar's bid to help house local families earns nomination. 347
Explain yourself better, minister tells Wirral Met; College relocation plans come under attack. 336
Extra sale of Welsh Blacks. 223
Farm payment problems highlighted. 294
Firms misjudge disaster effects. 231
Football: Benitez's recipe for Euro success eludes Wenger. 915
Football: City hope Ellison is back for Hereford. 276
Football: City hopeful top scorer will be fit to face Hereford. 310
Football: Evans set for return to action; ARE WREXHAM DOOMED? But is it too late to help? 490
Football: Ex-Blade sticks the knife into Londoners; CHAMPIONS LG QF L1. 196
Football: Grant struggles for words after loss. 218
Football: Greenacre: Fans can help play-offs bid. 475
Football: It's not impossible but one hell of an ask; ARE WREXHAM DOOMED? COMMENT. 222
Football: It's Wenger who is envious of Benitez; ADVANTAGE REDS IN QUARTER-FINAL TIE COMMENT. 793
Football: Owners must take the share of blame; ARE WREXHAM DOOMED? COMMENT. 361
Football: Parry's race to be fit for Wembley. 271
Football: Reds have won the race for top four; Blues have to focus on fifth place now. 359
Football: Reed wins it for Laird. 117
Football: Roy wants happy fans. 168
Football: Schuster covets Old Trafford star. 258
Football: Smaller grounds 'better on match-day'. 166
Football: Superstar Ronnie is the perfect role model. 413
Football: Tim's Blue vow; Cahill can't wait to get ready for next season. 598
Football: Toon yet to discuss any kind of funds. 233
Fraud scale may never be known; AUTOGRAPHS TRIAL conmen who traded on the stars face prison after guilty verdicts. 313
Fright for Gemma as goats jump wall. 185
Furniture and accessories. 244
Golf: IN BRIEF - Howell finding the going tough. 97
GUNNER DO IT; We can win at Anfield says Kuyt as goal hero shrugs off spot row CHAMPIONS LEAGUE QUARTER-FINAL L1. 228
Help for school pupils in Wales; WALES. 148
Home loan approvals plummet; In association with BUSINESS ...VENTURE. 192
Horse Racing: Garden can be rosy for Richards once more at Monet's favourite track; Day One Preview. 552
Horse Racing: Nicholls thinks Star can shine again; JOHN SMITH'S GRAND NATIONAL MEETING - DAY ONE. 359
Horse Racing: No stopping Kauto in Bowl. 318
Horse Racing: Williamson Aintree worry as Rebel suffers late scare; JOHN SMITHS GRAND NATIONAL. 718
Hospital opens isolation ward; WALES. 139
IN BRIEF: Carew back in frame. 86
IN BRIEF: Keane planning 'dream moves'. 104
IN BRIEF: Newcastle board's safety-first stance. 89
Is Carla the new first lady of fashion? happening Fashion Victim Emma Johnson thinks she needs help. 519
Lawn Tennis: Annacone replaces Lundgren as Davis Cup coach. 270
Learning centres confirmed for Welsh Bac delivery. 149
Letter: Brick up prejudice. 207
Letter: Climate change. 280
Letter: Community spirit. 147
Letter: Derby shame. 163
Letter: Doctor problems. 153
Letter: Egg run suggestion. 97
Letter: Excellent work. 87
Letter: Football is trouble. 134
Letter: Keep soap in bin. 232
Letter: Make families prison priority. 197
Letter: Make our city safe again. 297
Letter: Vile language. 169
Letter: We're raising our game. 191
Liverpool hosts health officers. 126
Living it up with... people Mike Melville is the owner of the Guess store, in Liverpool's Metquarter. 138
Llais makes pledge over schools. 225
LONDON MARKET; In association with BUSINESS ...VENTURE. 284
Major shakeup 'lets Welsh NHS cut bureaucracy' Surprise move will trim local health boards from 22 to 8 WALES. 475
Man who breached order is jailed. 160
More than 60 jobs to go at chemical plan; Peboc owners opt for site closure WALSE. 483
Motor Racing: Raikkonen: Season won't just be a two-horse race; FORMULA ONE. 514
Motor Racing: sport ROUND-UP - Kimi's convinced. 107
Mountain's graziers face uphill battle. 654
New London rail link to start this month; ... but 4-hour journey time is longer than existing service. 451
New music site launch; LDP Creative In association with Merseyside acme. 81
Night cream that works wonders; happening. 109
No Stopping Kauto Star. 288
OBITUARY; Hal Mullin. Obituary 380
Odds favour Stanleybet return to High Street; In association with BUSINESS ...VENTURE Legal restriction now lifted. 323
ON THIS DAY IN ... 120
OPINION: Artistic lifeblood of the Bluecoat will soon be surging back through the building; LDP Creative In association with Merseyside acme. 338
Ownership problems at Anfield a lesson for all clubs. 355
Patients isolated in bug outbreak. 116
Pizzaro in swipe at 'arrogant' Cristiano. 305
Plaid: End border scare talk; WALES. 139
Police detain son under health act; Man is sectioned after murders. 358
Police guard of honour at National scrapped in name of safety. 240
Proof positive Mother Nature's maternal instinct is alive and well. 643
Recognition for our forgotten heroes; Malaysia veterans get medals at last WALES. 275
Reopening old city wounds was so sad; EXCLUSIVE Ex-manager appears at 'plot claims' inquiry. 363
Ronaldo: I braved the pain for glory. 183
Rugby League: IN BRIEF - Eastmond signs new contract. 93
Rugby League: No debut for new boy this weekend. 347
Rugby Union: Calday's last-gasp agony in U15s Vase. 252
Rugby Union: No role model but Chambers is brave. 583
Rugby Union: Smart money firmly for Ospreys victory. 825
Shannon step dad in child porn quiz. 558
Should city's top job be full-time? DAILY POST LIVERPOOL. 318
Should running city be a full-time job? EXCLUSIVE Labour chief says demands of role need total commitment and a salary to reflect position Council leader warns move would distance voters and local politics should not be a career. 954
STYLISH jeweller David M Robinson held a drinks reception at the new Panoramic Restaurant; people By invitation only. 342
Succumb to Scandi and light up your life; design Scandinavian style is bright, elegant and modern - and it can light up your home in a cool and calm way, says Gabrielle Fagan. 1413
Swimming: IN BRIEF - Tancock's joy at new world record. 104
Swimming: sport ROUND-UP - Foster qualifies. 100
Take the train to Aintree, punters are advised. 219
Taste of success for Genesis Project trainees. 261
Tasty TV treat; out and ABOUT. 114
Tesco to pay more for milk supplies; FARM AND COUNTRY. 341
The quest for perfection; Style City/cool While many women might buy a new outfit and get their hair and nails done for the races, radio presenter Kim Hughes decided to go a step further. Laura Davis reports. 1002
They Rool, OK; Wayne praises United's 'brilliant' defence. 655
This summer's look is Greek-chic; Style City/fashion Laura Davis discovers the flowing lines of Grecian-style shape this season. 361
THOUGHT for the D AY. 188
Ticket row fans delayed at gates; Forgeries keep genuine supporters out of ground. 371
Tie still isn't in our favour - Benitez; Liverpool manager is cautious despite away goal. 608
Top level shake-up at fire service; WALSE. 156
Tributes to well-loved councillor; WALES. 241
WALES: Church rejects women bishops. 388
WALES: Homeless charity loses plan appeal. 144
WALES: I have 28 days to get out or they will get the bailiffs; EVICTION GRANTED DESPITE A494 PLAN'S DEMISE. 364
WALES: Inquiry cost taxpayers pounds 87k. 161
WALES: Police HQ fire was blowtorch accident; SECOND blaze holds up repairs. 294
WALES: Rediscovered Kyffin art sells for pounds 30,000. 229
WALES: Second hunt for woman. 92
WALES: Waste tip battle gets Euro backing. 174
Wanderer returns; Michelle Rushton meets LOUISE WALTERS, training co-ordinator, Pfl: in association with fish 4 jobs. 433
We have been short - changed; NO WELSH CREST ON NEW-LOOK COINS. 545
We have let down the fans says Moss. 474
We've closed credibility gap, say LibDems; WALES. 204
Welsh producers gear up for Expo; Leading names tempt buyers under True Taste banner. 610
Westlife back for Summer Pops gig. 138
Woman on cyclist murder charge. 163
Woolies back in the black. 128
Wrong Rights for parking. 300
Year-long reprieve for museum; WALES. 268
You have ruthlessly exploited devotion of loyal sport fans; AUTOGRAPHS TRIAL conmen who traded on the stars face prison after guilty verdicts. 433
Your Stars. 786

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