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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (January 22, 2008)

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'Off-field problems affecting our form' Captain Gerrard worried ownership issue getting to players after draw. 669
'Poison dose' was on wife's computer. 188
'Selfish love' Balcony death dad was 'taking kids to heaven'. 646
A busy schedule. 117
A call for patience; He likens praying to sunbathing, he worked on Kirkby's Tower Hill estate, and he is followed by millions. The Archbishop of Canterbury is visiting Liverpool. David Charters reports. 957
ACADEMY FOOTBALL: Dewsnip looks for United win; EVERTON. 140
ACADEMY FOOTBALL: McAuley wants to bounce back; LIVERPOOL. 479
AMATEUR FOOTBALL; Poulton under pressure due to fixture pile-up. 192
American dream has turned sour. 612
Athletics: Blazier in first win over Piers. 131
Awareness events for patients. 108
Bash those neeps for Burns Night. 354
Benitez position still unclear whoever owns club. 218
Bereaved family grateful for help. 166
Best chance yet to reach Wembley. 604
Big Dig is a headache, but there's no gain without pain if city is to be competitive; On the second day of our special feature, David Higgerson hears the views of business people on the impact of the work BIG DIG THE VERBICT. 1792
Bloodbath takes pounds 70bn off stocks; Bush fails to quell US recession fears. 379
Bogus workman targeting elderly. 98
CAPITAL EYE. 549
Captain's role at Wallasey for Gill. 266
Carsley ready for scrap for fourth; CARLING CUP SEMI-FINAL SECOND LEG EVERTON v CHELSEA, ONE DAY TO GO. 462
Celebrity hangouts next step for web millionaire. 259
Children's TV rights company may be sold. 194
Cipriani determined to takeWilkinson's position; RUGBY UNION. 697
Court heard howdetainees demanded a visit from Blair. 150
Cricket: Glamorgan hunt for ace Gillespie. 229
Culture Diary: Club owner brings Capital of Comedy to Liverpool. 335
Culture Diary: KEY Events; THE ARTS EDITOR'S PICK OF THE DAY. 185
Culture Diary: Mix of horror and magic. 438
Culture Diary: National hunt for leading actors. 215
Cycling: Rhos duo beat mud. 160
Darling under fire as Rock rescue plan is revealed. 262
DAVID CHARTERS. 811
Don't waste money. 180
Drever Cheltenhamreturn in doubt due to snow; RACING. 476
Drugs centre' men jailed. 172
Entries open for Knowsley. 143
Fans don't like broken promises. 331
Fatigued Hewitt runs out of steam. 343
FEED BACK. 265
Festival aims to celebrate Liverpool's Italian links. 296
Firms told to double-check compliance with smoking ban laws. 202
Fit-again Fielden has regained his hunger to play; RUGBY LEAGUE. 320
flash BACK. 206
football ROUND-UP: Earnie's effort? 118
football ROUND-UP: move for City target Podolski? 155
football ROUND-UP: Toon's warning. 81
Football: AJ out to erase cup final pain. 596
Football: Carsley: We can win race for fourth s. 565
Football: City hope Noon is a timely answer; WELSH PREMIER. 300
Football: City receive enquiries for Nathan. 261
Football: Cronshaw set for a Nomads derby debut; WELSH PREMIER. 216
Football: CROUCH TO THE RESCUE; PREMIER LEAGUE But off-pitch strife hurts us - Gerrard. 272
Football: Everton reward homegrown duo. 309
Football: Ex-players to recall Racecourse memories. 211
Football: Experts say Americans won't sell Reds. 330
Football: Hibbert and Osman sign new deals. 326
Football: Kevin's Toon right thing. 193
Football: Look who back for Dragons' battle to beat drop; Garrett returns as duo prepare to go on loan. 600
Football: Pizarro looks to seize his chance. 335
Football: Reds must sort it out. 212
Football: Rhyl ace Hunt seeks escape from league; WELSH PREMIER. 704
Football: Seagulls praying for kind weather; UNIBOND LEAGUE. 213
Football: Seize the day; Best chance Everton will ever get to beat Chelsea. 613
Football: Theo will become a 'fantastic forward' TOTTENHAM v ARSENAL LG CUP SF 2ND LEG, (AGG 1-1) TONIGHT, 8PM. 375
Football: Third try for Pool; FAW PREMIER CUP. 164
Football: TOP FOUR'S A TALL TASK; CRISIS CONTINUE AS REDS ARE HELD Struggles on and off the pitch as big man Crouch saves blushes with late leveller amid fans' protest. 1067
Football: Welbeck's spot woe as United are beaten; FRIENDLY Al Hilal 3 Manchester Utd 2. 201
Friends eyed by leading US firm. 148
Gaia is doubling up. 194
Girder fall fears disrupt travel; FLOOD WARNING REGION UNDER WATER. 206
Golborne hit four to secure final berth. 365
Golf: Archer back on target in Tour lift. 430
Golf: MEET THE CHAMPION. 446
Golf: Monty up for Major. 183
Golf: Wirral woman's key role to help stave off a 'crisis' Old ways a threat to number of ladies who play golf warns Baker. 1402
Greenacre doubtful for visit of Yeovil. 107
Help your child believe; A bit of positive thinking can help youngsters succeed. First Class. 437
Hicks's actions are perfect example of 'what not to do' Benitez 'holds strong hand' if he quits. 524
Holy for lovers; OUT FOR A BITE. 617
Horse Racing: King looks a Shaw thing. 378
Huge jobs cut 'preparing laboratory for closure' But professor denies research centre doomed. 499
I stabbed friend in self-defence. 226
Images of abuse on sat nav. 120
In Brief: 'Fifth Hindley victim' is alive. 88
IN BRIEF: Asda is fined after barrier killed man. 130
IN BRIEF: Earnshaw told to prove worth. 96
IN BRIEF: Keegan to swoop. 83
IN BRIEF: Wenger convinced of Walcott talent. 96
Irish trio in comic arena gig. 90
Is bail permitted too easily in our courts? A judge has attacked laws giving young defendants freedom. 194
Island club to launch Ryder Cup's build-up. 547
Ivanovic aims to denyWilliams hat-trick; TENNIS. 295
Johnson desperate to erase his cup nightmare; CARLING CUP SEMI-FINAL SECOND LEG EVERTON v CHELSEA, ONE DAY TO GO Striker aims to upset odds and fire Everton to Wembley. 1001
Keegan will revel in madness. 216
King looks a Shaw thing. 374
Kop fury at owners' 'broken promises' Dignified protest makes a point. 373
Laptops go from charity college. 132
Lawn Tennis: Favourite falls out as Novak hits form. 229
League makes refs the hot topic; BY WENDY WHITELEY Houlihans Birkenhead Sunday League. 101
LEISURE TIME: news QUIZ. 96
LEISURE TIME: QUIZ CHALLENGE. 86
Let's give traumatised troops a home. 438
Letter: Don't knock him. 136
Letter: Put new school somewhere else. 357
Letter: Save the view. 203
Littlewoods stages a reshuffle as former Asda man steps up. 234
Local roots for tasty food. 105
LONDON MARKET. 343
Man dies in street attack. 127
Merseytravel fears. 89
Moore awaits verdict in budget loans hunt. 710
Murder accused's 'selfish love'. 196
Never-ending story. 157
New Anglesey president. 120
New partner for leading Liverpool law firm. 145
New Vics on show. 116
NEWS FROM AROUND THE CLUBS. 550
Nigeria stunned by Kalou. 174
NIGHTCLUB STAB HORROR; Woman, 21, badly hurt with multiple wounds. Medical condition overview 115
Nightmare for any child; Laura Davis looks at ways to tackle the age-old problem of bullying. 401
No imagination. 123
No visitors, no bugs - genius. 151
Nurses told to 'act as guards' at city prison; Medical staff 'locked in' Walton prison overnight during wildcat strike action. 821
Off-field events can't disguise malaise. 1312
ON THIS DAY IN ... 114
OPINION; Jim Percival on the go-ahead for new nuclear power stations. 240
Out of sync. 101
Perfect setting for Eco centre. 259
Pickering: No test excuses; IN BRIEF. 87
Pictures to tell a human story; Britain's great gift to the world is being celebrated in a newexhibition about railways in art. 1750
Playing the name game to fit new modern image. 140
Polo's mint condition. 97
pounds 70bn wiped off values as US fears shake jittery City; FTSE dives 5pc as sell-off hits world markets. 583
Print works to be restored to glory as boutique hotel; Scots pay pounds 3m to transform derelict site. 339
Promoting our rivals Worthy of a sword tap on the shoulde; MR BROCKLEBANK. 421
Pupils team up to spread golf word. 150
Quick solution needed now. 224
Rail travel mayhem as prolonged downpours cause embankment mudslide onto track; FLOOD WARNING REGION UNDER WATER. 210
Ranieri still interested in wantaway Sissoko. 234
Region's floods worst in 30 years; FLOOD WARNING REGION UNDER WATER Communities have been urged to be vigilant as Merseyside gets another battering. Alan Weston reports. 605
Right on course. 207
River's historic problems stretch back to the 13th century; FLOOD WARNING REGION UNDER WATER. 236
Robbie picks up top tips from Faldo. 249
Rugby Union: Watch it Wilko; Cipriani is gunning for Jonny's spot. 626
Runcorn show their champion ambitions. 543
Scenery may take your breath away... so will holiday cottage price. 724
Scientists hail progress on radiation detectors that could unearth a 'dirty bomb. 183
Scot is upbeat on Masters chance; GOLF. 367
Shutdown for post offices; Anger as McCartney protest falls on deaf ears. 388
Soldier killed in blast. 181
Solomona injury relief for Bulls; IN BRIEF. 90
Spectacles throw new light on atrocities. 244
Springing into action to outlaw big-hitting drivers; R&A acts to put a curb on modern technology. 1111
Start saving for the best education for your child; Private schools can be a costly business. Laura Davis finds out the best ways of ensuring you have the funds. 685
Striker Pizarro keen to grab his chance; CARLING CUP SEMI-FINAL SECOND LEG EVERTON v CHELSEA, ONE DAY TO GO. 266
Superbug battle cleaners win exclusive NHS tender; Liverpool firmcelebrates sole contract. 407
THE DAILY POST & YOU. 134
THE POST FORUM. 226
The system presumes all are innocent until proven guilty. 504
THOUGHT for the DAY. 213
Torquay courting City striker Lowndes. 251
Tory to pay MP damages over cricket 'junket' slur; McVey agrees to pay Labour rival pounds 6,500. 487
Trial jury sees where girls were found. 455
Tributes to alderman. 101
True bird brains. 258
Two arrested after car crash. 130
Two-fifths of bikers pay no road tax. 229
Violent crime is rising - and they get away with it. 480
Wales duo share sixth. 248
WALES: 'N.Wales will be deluged with bids for wind turbines ' MP's fears over EU green energy targets. 421
WALES: 'Naive gofers' kidnap couple to halt court; Pair are jailed for acting on orders of man in prison. 519
WALES: 200 police will join big march. 164
WALES: 41-yr-old jailed for assault on teen. 216
WALES: 83-year-old's cancer test called off on a pounds 300, 350-mile trip; Hospital did not have material for the scan. 586
WALES: Airline travellers get gifts of love. 201
WALES: Barrier death: Asda guilty. 320
WALES: Beware of bogus calls. 118
WALES: Bike hikers raise over pounds 50,000. 98
WALES: Burglar rang for taxi from house. 149
WALES: Change your attitude, man told. 234
WALES: Critically-ill car crash teenager named. 280
WALES: Crumpled mat may have caused crash. 123
WALES: Cull badgers to halt TB: report. 498
WALES: Defences hold safe against deluge; FLOOD ALERTS STILL IN PLACE AFTER DOWNPOUR SHUTS ROADS. 238
WALES: Desperate need for new unit to help disturbed ex-forces personnel; Plea for Assembly to fund new unit. 620
WALES: Doctors 'as bad as heroin street dealers' Partner of drug victim demands new strategy. 526
WALES: Driver banned from buses after asking for hug; Man rubbed himself against young student. 532
WALES: Drunk babysitter punched mother in the head. 237
WALES: EVER READY; 1,490 hours at sea... and 1,007 people rescued. 409
WALES: Experts to rule on dog's breed. 198
WALES: Fraud admitted. 84
WALES: Grandad is jailed for drug dealing. 194
WALES: Harpist Catrin home for concerts. 297
WALES: Mounted police on streets by end of next month. 177
WALES: Offender moved in with child and mum. 209
WALES: Post office postcard appeal to PM. 190
WALES: RAIN AGAIN; FLOOD ALERTS STILL IN PLACE AFTER DOWNPOUR SHUTS ROADS Water reaches 3ft in badly-hit areas. 570
WALES: Roadworks in pipeline. 137
WALES: Roof ablaze. 113
WALES: Special effort needed in tourism. 355
WALES: Stabbed twice in nightclub; Police scan CCTV after girl is injured. Medical condition overview 381
WALES: Two more 'all-clear' patients have cancer; Cases added to 15 wrongly diagnosed patients' samples. 460
WALES: Windfarms pending. 238
Wally Fielding. 400
Warming welcome at haunt of bygone Brigands; MY BEST N.WALEF PUBS The Brigands' Inn, Mallwyd. 508
We're all bailing out bank, claim Darling opponents; Taxpayers being taken for ride, critics insist. 439
What's on the menu? Laura Davis asks what schools are doing to make their lunches more healthy. 698
Wilkinson signs new contract; IN BRIEF. 93
Wrong priority. 256
Zimbabwe lose; IN BRIEF. 93

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