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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (August 9, 2008)

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08 is the magic number for 'patriotic' Rochelle and Anthony. 223
A DISH TO GET YOUR CLAWS INTO; food & drink POMELO, CRAB CRAB & PORK SLAD (serves four). Recipe 692
Adams so keen to beat Red Devils; MAN UTD/MAN CITY. 301
An unspoiled gem. 331
antiques: what's it worth? Outhwaite & Litherland 43 Hoghton Street, Southport, PR9 0PG. 86
Archdruid gets new robes; National Eisteddfod 2008. 235
Athletics: Ponderosa times fall. 289
Athletics: Region's finest ready to take on world; OLYMPICS BEIJING 2008 The Beijing 2008 Olympics has finally arrived and with expectation high, Peter Guy delivers a guide to the region's athletes featuring at the Games. 1840
Barn chance; in association with fish4 Joanne Roberts at a home bursting with business potential. 570
Barry deal in doubt as owners fail in loan bid. 247
Benitez refuses to admit Barry defeat; Liverpool manager still wants to sign Villa midfielder. 584
Best seat in house for Hilma; National Eisteddfod 2008. 643
bird notes; gardening. 335
Blues target M'bia eager for switch to Merseyside. 437
Bogus bends man found guilty. 148
Bollywood star directs a treat; food & drink taste test. 774
Boxing: Gavin rally cry; olympic ROUND-UP. 94
Breeze is looking to make her mark; OLYMPICS FOCUS ON BEIJING OLYMPICS WEIGHTLIFTING. 332
Britons continue to buy abroad despite crunch; Jeremy Gates reports that Spain is still the ideal location. 604
Buyers take advantage of opportunities to move up the property ladder. 538
Campaigner who deserves all our support; LIVERPOOL DAILY POST. 309
Captain's innings as KP hits another ton; TEST MATCH. 733
Chapple and Cork frustrate visitors; COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP. 360
Circus-style dancers roar with delight as they win Culture talent show. 248
City of Kings; travel Capital of six Chinese dynasties over 2, 500 y ears, Jon Griffin finds Nanjing is now at the centre of the country's booming tourist trade. 929
City ready for talks on Everton stadium; Council willing to discuss sites. 496
City Talk hears about life after the lottery; In association with BUSINESS VENTURE city talk 105.9. 122
Council ready to offer help for home buyers; EXCLUSIVE Deposit grant aid plan. 391
Cricket: Big-hitter Williams to bolster Prestatyn. 197
Cricket: Hall trust in youth; LIVERPOOL COMPETITION. 227
Cricket: Skipper wants a sprint finish from the Bay; LIVERPOOL COMPETITION. 338
Cricket: Teenage kicks; Brymbo starlets seek nine victories in a row N.WALES CRICKET LG. 586
Crowd sings the praises of exit-linked midfielder. 1008
CRUISE OFFERS; travel. 92
Cupid's back to help the desperate and dateless; Tv wales. 432
Diving: Daley cautious; olympic ROUND-UP. 102
Dormant bank accounts may help young; National Eisteddfod 2008. 288
Drakes of Hazard to debut at show. 142
DRIVE OF YOUR LIFE; travel Frank Corless hits the road to discover the stunning of Pertshire. 802
Duo rescue Red Rose hopes. 176
Email victory for site battle builder; Developer overturns council CPO. 473
Enjoy rail ale in the Lakes; travel. 246
EVANS JOY AT CALL-UP. 165
Family of murdered Garry Newlove has ambitious plans to combat gang culture. 117
Family on song for win; National Eisteddfod 2008. 190
fashion: White stuff; OUTFITS TO BRIGHTEN UP YOUR WARDROBE. 401
Festival science award; National Eisteddfod 2008. 152
Firm blow to HIPs future; in association with fish4. 103
Football keeps park elephants fit. 149
Football: Arteta: This'll be my best season; EVERTON v PSV EINDHOVEN FRIENDLY, TODAY, 3PM. 864
Football: BELLAMY CONCERN; Toshack worried over captain's fitness. 704
Football: GOAL KING LOUIS; Jefferson promises: I'll be your WREXHAM. 839
Football: I HOPE FORTUNE FAVOURS BRAVE BOSS LITTLE; WREXHAM. 284
Football: My injury only low point of warm-up; WREXHAM. 409
Friday: Pigion Y DYDD. 331
Friday: What to WATCH. 244
From small village in Shropshire to millions watching in Beijing, Olympics still matter and its ethos of fair play and goodwill is alive and well; OLYMPICS BEIJING 2008. 427
Game of duels; LOCAL CRICKET. 650
Gardd guerrilla yn tyfu ym Mhorthmadog. 811
gardening: Divide and rule key to new stock. 552
Georgia and Russia on brink of war. 184
GETHIN EVANS; PUM MUNUD GYDA ... 271
Girl rejoins scouts after accident. 176
Glory of city's parks; We take our parklands for granted, but here David Charters reveals their origins. 945
GOLDEN AGE OF THE TRAIN; antiques Posters rekindle memories of rail's glory days. 844
Golf: Rose blooms on tough day at Hills. 376
Hijack of driver in theft of cigarettes. 147
Home repossessions soar. 118
Horse Racing: Cecil can add another dimension. 307
Hospital patient dies after contracting salmonella. 292
hot. 86
I want people to know what really happened to my Garry. 152
I want to make streets safe for my daughters; One year on: Newlove widow's pledge. 936
I' LL SHOW YOU; Little vows to prove his critics wrong. 205
IN BRIEF: Adams eager for United scalp. 99
IN BRIEF: Arshavin reveals move frustration. 101
IN BRIEF: Gunman robs couple as they sit in car. 112
IN BRIEF: Ljungberg wanted. 85
In Brief: McCann bug turned down by judge. 96
IN BRIEF: Rooney will be ready - Ferguson. 82
Interiors: Make a splash with pink; In association with smartnewhome.com Gabrielle Fagan discovers how to use the latest designer colour . . . pink. 1114
interview: Dey talk like dat, don't dey? Researching his new book about the Scouse accent was a very personal journey for journalist Peter Grant Here he recalls the experience. 1261
Johnson expects battle for Fulham place. 324
Late crash leaves Glam in trouble; COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP. 287
late deals; travel. 213
Lawn Tennis: MURRAY AIMS TO PROVE MUM WRONG; OLYMPICS FOCUS ON BEIJING OLYMPICS. 256
Let's hear it for the priceless potato. Recipe 661
Linwood is battling to make opener. 329
LONDON MARKET; In association with BUSINESS VENTURE. 292
Luxury Homes: Mawdesley, pounds 600,000; In association with smartnewhome.com. 264
Luxury Homes: Parkgate, pounds 399,950; In association with smartnewhome.com. 305
M'bia heart is set on move to Goodison. 538
Madeleine crime scene flat rented before tests; Others stayed there within a month. 421
Making a life after divorce can be daunting. 352
Man who possessed high-voltage stun gun walks free. 81
Marathon: Paula's still No1; olympic ROUND-UP. 98
Mayor's bouquet for third place. 136
Melua fear as Georgia war nears. 434
Mike Chapple at the bar. 589
Monday: Pigion Y DYDD. 306
Monday: What to WATCH. 166
Moore excited by Tranmere's new-look line-up; COCA-COLA LEAGUE ONE SWINDON TOWN v TRANMERE, TODAY, 3PM. 301
More owners stay put and renovate; But rising prices are pushing up the costs of DIY improvements. 406
MUSIC MAESTRO; Tv cymru COMPOSER KARL JENKINS CLOSES THE NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD CONDUCTING ONE OF HIS OWN WORKS. 749
My need for speed; TIFF NEEDELL LOVES LIFE IN THE FAST LANE Tv wales. 784
New deal? Fergie: Ron could extend United career MAN UTD/MAN CITY. 626
New era at Formby. 135
New Homes: Runcorn, from pounds 127,450; In association with smartnewhome.com. 371
New Homes: Seaforth, from pounds 91,000; In association with smartnewhome.com. 213
New spin doctor job. 114
Nine years for man who raped 12-year-old schoolgirl. 271
Olympics is for the millions. 163
Pietersen: No change from me. 460
Pigion Y DYDD. 244
Policy of youth inspires confidence; COCA-COLA LEAGUE ONE SWINDON TOWN v TRANMERE, TODAY, 3PM. 336
Pre-season has prepared us for tactical switch - Kay; COCA-COLA LEAGUE ONE SWINDON TOWN v TRANMERE, TODAY, 3PM. 673
PRIME TIME FOR PESTS; gardening But fear not, here are some top tips to keep your plants safe. 568
PSV look strong at the back but are lacking cutting edge in attack. 198
Put money on Multi task. 313
QUESTION TIME ... 10 to test your TV knowledge. 195
RBS chief insists he will stay in post; In association with BUSINESS VENTURE. 148
RBS first loss in 40 years. 141
Reading between the lines can avoid years of misery; health THE DOCTOR OUT TO BEAT LEARNING DISORDERS. 811
Repossessions at 12-year high; Credit crunch hits homeowners hard. 301
Restaurant infested by cockroaches shut down; Curry house declared a risk to health. 337
Rising costs not passed on; in association with fish4. 82
Rowing: GB Rowers aim to make history; olympic ROUND-UP. 163
Rugby League: Anderson aware of Wolves threat; OLYMPICS BEIJING 2008. 731
Rugby Union: N. Walian ace Pugh in switch to Neath. 219
Ryanair 'linked' to bid for Stansted airport; In association with BUSINESS VENTURE. 173
Scolari's CV a pale imitation; MAN UTD/MAN CITY. 438
Secret Mountain, Sweden, from pounds 149,600; investment opportunity. 310
Shattered leg rebuilt by Wirral experts; Victim praises surgeon's skills. 407
Six of the best. 940
SOAPBOX ... (Week beginning Monday August 11). 437
Southport exit on the cards for Noone. 160
Sparky is expecting AC Milan backlash; MAN UTD/MAN CITY. 414
Stream of would-be buyers look at Cains; In association with BUSINESS VENTURE Marston's 'most likely'. 324
Student escapes jail after nightclub attack. 142
Summer delight; Here's a great dish to throw on the barbecue food & drink. 382
Sunday: Pigion Y DYDD. 258
Sunday: What to WATCH. 224
Swimming: I Haff no fear; Wales ace Tom targets Phelps OLYMPICS FOCUS ON BEIJING OLYMPICS. 616
the essentials. 283
This can be my best year - Arteta. 966
Threats teenager caught with gun. 200
Thursday: Pigion Y DYDD. 247
Thursday: What to WATCH. 254
Tiny bites with Conor Armstrong. 201
Tipyn o benbleth i Tony; tv wales. 464
travel: Posh nosh on fancy-pants menu; Gilly Pickup tries some gastronomic delights in Bilbao, and discovers the 'wow' factor. 870
Tuesday: Pigion Y DYDD. 247
Tuesday: What to WATCH. 247
Two men released. 86
Unprecedented spectacle opens Beijing Olympics; Millions watch in awe-security is tightened. 413
Utrecht uncovered; travel QUIET AND SLEEPY IT MAY BE, BUT THERE'S A LOT MORE TO THIS DUTCH CITY THAN FIRST MEETS THE EYE. 782
WALES IN BLOOM WINNERS; gardening. 227
WALES: Addicts' burglary haul includes Bible. 301
WALES: Angry clash over NHS 'pen-pushers' Up 50%, claim the Tories... shallow slur, say managers. 484
WALES: August gloom as the rain sweeps in. 181
WALES: Bat search blank bad news for 'Alice house' Demolition looms for building linked to classic tale. 514
WALES: Big switch-over to digital TV service looms. 238
WALES: Cable company staff suspend overtime ban; Bosses make bid to defuse pension row. 375
WALES: Canoe owner cleared over lake drowning. 413
WALES: Changes to serious crime prosecutions. 174
WALES: Claim key watchdog jobs left unfilled. 267
WALES: Dylan Thomas becomes a Druid; I CAN'T BELIEVE IT SAYS HOLLYWOOD ACTOR RHYS. 442
WALES: Ferret racing and falconry at fair. 138
WALES: Fire-hit plant 'at full capacity by year end'. 312
WALES: Flights pinpoint farmers' needs. 194
WALES: Four-day rail workers' strike to hit N.Wales; Minimum disruption, say bosses. 281
WALES: Fourth criminal appeal is rejected. 165
WALES: Girl, 14, raped by taxi driver; He urged her into cab 'for safety' late at night. 359
WALES: Hain attacked as being 'out of touch' over language. 283
WALES: Hundreds of sailors head to Pwllheli challenge. 118
WALES: Indecent images charges admitted. 155
WALES: Lifesaver machines; Defibrillators at key public sites. 416
WALES: Man put samurai sword though hand. 204
WALES: Muggers left me fighting for my life; ...now justice has been done. 594
WALES: My birthday is the 8/8 and maybe my memory is selective but I never remember it raining on the day when I was growing up. 654
WALES: Remand for man on attack charge. 172
WALES: Sandcastles and beach games. 106
WALES: Schoolgirl in wall drama. 186
WALES: Soldier's father in legal wrangle. 193
WALES: Upper crust; PIEMAKER HEADS STRING OF WELSH GREAT TASTE GOLDS. 428
WALES: Welsh dragons ready to roar at Olympics. 132
WALES: Welsh shirts at funeral to honour dune death Craig. 379
WALES: Windfarm planning bids put on hold. 165
WALES: Woman 'lucky' blaze was seen; Fire chief renews smoke alarm plea. 351
WE'VE WON A pounds 20K WEDDING; Couple's joy at clinching top TV prize tv wales. 661
Weather changes ferry sailings. 160
Wednesday: Pigion Y DYDD. 248
Wednesday: What to WATCH. 489
What to WATCH. 247
Will Liverpool choir be standing proud tonight; Audience to have final say in BBC knockout. 333
wine notes; food & drink. 399
Workmen in web auction; in association with fish4. 117
WREXHAM AIMING TO START WITH ABANG; BLUE SQUARE PREMIER. 1655
YOU SAID IT ... Quotes of the week. 136

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