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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (July 21, 2008)

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Title Author Type Words
'Time up for TV licence dodgers'. 370
A museum that must be cherished by the nation. 701
Adelphi theft of MoD laptop; Official's computer stolen at hotel reception. 357
Alcohol industry controls 'flouted'. 92
All the jollity of a Proms last night; CLASSICAL MUSIC Last Night of the Summer Pops/Philharmonic Hall. 320
Amateur ace Wood stalls on pro aim; HARRINGTON WINS SECOND OPEN. 339
Apprenticeship plan for school-leavers; in association with 412
Archer blown away by first Open experience - but he remains satisfied; OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP 2008. 342
Army may recruit in Jamaica. 138
At last, a hearing aid that can talk in Welsh. 296
Athletics: IN BRIEF - Chambers faces up to 'demons'. 99
Athletics: IN BRIEF - Powell ready for 100m showdown. 84
BA considers cutting routes; In association with BUSINESS ...VENTURE. 140
Bay frustrated in drawn match; LIVERPOOL COMPETITION. 234
Biking paramedics get their first Mersey tests at visitor attractions; THE OPEN NEW COURSE RECORD. 209
Bill star backs lifeboat appeal; Actor supports pounds 2m bid. 378
britain ROUND-UP: 1,000 ways to get into homes. 101
britain ROUND-UP: Bishops gather. Conference notes 95
britain ROUND-UP: Pool death. 116
Brown issues 'justice' plea for Palestinians. 185
Brrr-ave bid at bikini record fails - but raises cash for charity. 202
Buses are used to promote walking; WALES. 142
CASUAL LABOUR; LIVERPOOL BENITEZ WAITING FOR CAVALRY TO RETURN Without his stars, Rafa's pre - season has been a frivolous, dull affair. 1027
Celebration of Japanese culture. 162
Champagne sales with a fizz; THE OPEN NEW COURSE RECORD. 106
Charged over death crash. 105
Charlotte's dad wants to heal family rift. 197
Chief can boss his rivals. 378
Chief Editor set to boss rivals. 377
City MP leads attack on rail policies; Government 'lack of vision' under fire. 378
Clowance eyeing St Leger revenge. 145
Cooker company's customer care boost; In association with BUSINESS ...VENTURE Export hopes and 30 new jobs. 404
Council leader joins army of volunteers; TALL SHIPS HUGE CROWDS ENJOY THE SPECTACLE. 168
Cricket: AB bashes England's boo boys; SECOND TEST. 464
Cricket: Bowdon closing in on Premier leaders. 309
Cricket: England struggle to cope as Soutli Africa surge on. 583
Cricket: Glam put to sword by Kabir; COUNTY CRICKET. 168
Cricket: Headingly boo-boys inspire de Villiers display. 419
Cricket: Horton dazzles on his return to Sefton; Division One. 343
Cricket: Pressure increases in battle to escape drop. 490
Crunch time for new Everton stadium plan; Crucial 'call-in' decision expected within days. 418
DAILY POST YOUR VOICE IN WALES: Take care not to protest too much. 425
Demand is high for shopping complex. 190
Don't miss a thing . . . the best viewpoints from which to watch the grand maritime parade; TALL SHIPS HUGE CROWDS ENJOY THE SPECTACLE. 296
Drinkers' happy hours could end. 296
Edds can provide the goals we need, claims Moore; PRE-SEASON FRIENDLY. 438
Exams firm foots bill for hotels. 144
Fairytales really can come true; It's Liverpool's own fairytale about how a beautiful little girl from a comprehensive school became a princess in a distant land. David Charters reports. 1689
Families sue over Thailand air crash. 150
Football: Deva duo ready for Cherries work-out. 214
Football: Dragons' progress keeps Little happy. 809
Football: Everton red-faced in Abbey defeat; PRE-SEASON FRIENDLY. 1200
Football: Gerrard fitness not big worry, says Benitez; PRE-SEASON FRIENDLY. 430
Football: Hleb hints at Fab bid. 118
Football: Picture of progress starts to emerge for Tranmere; PRE-SEASON FRIENDLY. 707
Football: Spark of genius with so much still to offer; NORTH WALES LEGENDS - PART 18 Our series continues with Mark Currie dissecting the career of Welsh power-house Mark Hughes. 1196
Friendly can't fire the imagination on merits of Anfield squad; PRE-SEASON FRIENDLY. 1056
GB's Mark pulls out; TOUR DE FRANCE. 144
Gerrard's injury not a concern; LIVERPOOL. 371
Golf: Bitter disappointment on Rose's return; GOLF THE OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP. 271
Golf: Dougherty confidence hits rock bottom; GOLF THE OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP His only motivation is fulfilling mother's Ryder Cup ambition. 773
Golf: Norman's conquest falls short at the finale; GOLF OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP 2008. 603
Golf: Profile of an Open champion; GOLF OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP 2008. 282
Golf: Waring can be even closer to greatness; GOLF OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP 2008. 1062
Golfers have already booked hotel rooms for next year; THE OPEN NEW COURSE RECORD. 141
Hamilton battles through tactical failure to victory; MOTOR RACING/MOTORCYCLING. 1091
Hamilton win was mission impossible; FORMULA ONE. 954
Harrington responds to Faldo's challenge; Padraig 'pulls his finger out' by making history HARRINGTON WINS SECOND OPEN. 574
Harrington shines bright after retaining Claret Jug at Birkdale. 558
HBOS set to count the cost of disastrous rights issue; In association with BUSINESS ...VENTURE. 335
heading for 'economic horror movie'. 357
Historic cricket club hit by fire; Function room damaged. 293
Holland tribute to musical heritage. 159
House prices still on the slide. 158
How to take part in our Live Blog; TALL SHIPS HUGE CROWDS ENJOY THE SPECTACLE. 132
I am staying at Anfield, says Pennant. 496
IN BRIEF: Schleck benefits as Evans suffers. 94
IN BRIEF: State entry - 1,043 times. 86
IN BRIEF: Stay-at-homes. 103
It's due south for City duo; PRE-SEASON FRIENDLY. 312
JOAO THE ONE; Moutinho's one of SIX players Moyes is eager to bring in. 594
Jones strikes to prevent Hannon's seventh heaven. 550
Letter: A happy childhood. 195
Letter: Frightening view. 294
Letter: Go slow. 218
Letter: Gross errors. 213
Letter: High notes. 99
Letter: Poor substitute. 136
Letter: Probe private deals. 224
Letter: Relationship is nothing special. 414
Letter: So sad. 130
Letter: Take the challenge. 180
Letter: Unfair to Lady T. 133
Letter: Waste not - want not. 153
Letter: Work for the city. 104
Lippi: No Roon for improvement; MAN UNITED. 118
LIVERPOOL DAILY POST: A true highlight of Culture Year; An independent newspaper Established in 1855. 330
Liverpool manager goes out and about on two wheels. 117
Liverpool ranks top in TV licence 'league of shame'. 265
Major alert over gas leak at hospital; Fire crews cordoned off 300ft danger zone. 371
Mature means reliable; in association with 129
McCanns 'cleared'. 123
McCanns 'expected to be cleared'. 138
McLaren chief apologises to his driver; MOTOR RACING/MOTORCYCLING. 279
Mersey magic as crowds descend on docks; An armada of gracious sailing ships proved a magnet for thousands in Liverpool. Laura Sharpe reports TALL SHIPS HUGE CROWDS ENJOY THE SPECTACLE. 650
MONEY: Can property save the grey pound? Scary headlines about falling house prices hardly bother older homeowners, as Jeremy Gates reports. 1086
MONEY: Higher interest on savings accounts. 294
Motor Racing: IN BRIEF - Rossi extends lead. 83
Motor Racing: McLaren boss defends race strategy; FORMULA ONE. 267
Moyes targeting a move for Moutinho; Everton eye Portuguese midfielder. 781
Mum of park stab victim tells of horror; 'There was blood everywhere... Danny was shaking' WALES. 457
Music festival a cocktail of pop, dance and opera. 322
New diseases arrive once a year. Disease/Disorder overview 140
Nick's in despair; HARRINGTON WINS SECOND OPEN. 146
NW scrutiny vital. 503
OBITUARY: Hugh Mendl. Obituary 404
Olympic-hit Sesiwn Fawr brings in the crowds. 302
ON THIS DAY IN ... 142
Open another thrilling milestone; Record Open crowds have proved the region is a top golf tourism destination.THE OPEN NEW COURSE RECORD. 997
Overdue triumph for Sykes at last; MOTOR RACING/MOTORCYCLING. 468
Peel pushes ahead with pounds 4bnWirral Waters scheme; Company plans next step in docks revamp. 483
Pennant's convinced he'll stay. 534
PM's justice call for Palestinians; Pledge to try to help British hostages. 498
Police tribute to spectators; THE OPEN NEW COURSE RECORD. 105
Poulter takes the positives from his strong display and finishing second; OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP 2008. 483
Real won't take no for answer; MAN UNITED. 267
Rio return; MAN UNITED Ferguson to give Ferdinand action. 681
River pageant gets under way; TALL SHIPS HUGE CROWDS ENJOY THE SPECTACLE. 92
Ronaldo welcome back at Old Trafford; MAN UNITED. 218
Rugby League: Strength of character sees Warrington fight back. 409
Schleck's in charge as racing heats up; TOUR DE FRANCE. 324
School rebuild designs slated. 119
Shocking Blues flunk the test at Cambridge; BLUES WARM UP FOR THE NEW SEASON. 1082
Skipper leads from the front; LIVERPOOL COMPETITION. 203
Spate of callouts for lifeboat crews; Incidents around N.Wales on first holiday weekend. 513
Spectacular shots of 'ordinary views'. 264
SUNDAY TIPS; In association with BUSINESS ...VENTURE. 377
THOUGHT for the DAY. 204
Tot crushed by TV dies later in city hospital. 235
United boss is right man for Britain - Coe; MAN UNITED. 179
WALES: 'Cheeky Girl' mum sad at revelation of miscarriage; Singer: I hadn't told Lembit I was carrying his child. 569
WALES: 'Intense' Iraq duty. 144
WALES: 'Whales' raise over pounds 1,000 for hospice. 146
WALES: 10 arrested after festival fracas. 109
WALES: All aboard for N.Wales Boat Show; Estate lake focus for 'come and try' events. 372
WALES: Constant sound of battle on my Afghan service. 509
WALES: Demand for new shops is falling. 310
WALES: Ex-staff sought to mark playground birthday. 209
WALES: Farm veterans asked to help youngsters; ROYAL WELSH SHOW 2008. 312
WALES: Formby society to entertain shoppers. 158
WALES: Get on your bike for charity ride. 152
WALES: Leaders slam cops as fuel protest flops; Police deny stopping motorists joining in. 477
WALES: Man, 64, found hanging from post. 135
WALES: Mayor asks town to lift ban... on film she starred in. 315
WALES: Network to increase affordable housing. 237
WALES: PC dies after head injury in Snowdonia; Officer was cleared of assault in high-profile case. 558
WALES: Plaid give third term to Evans. 93
WALES: Plane crash hero hailed; Brave Frank rushed to help crew despite risk of fireball. 576
WALES: pounds 23m boost for university research. 340
WALES: President's praise for bringing in cash; ROYAL WELSH SHOW 2008 Event gets flying start with pounds 182k donated. 461
WALES: Transatlantic ambition. 106
WALES: Youth choir moves on in TV show. 126
We need drug now or it could be too late for Gwilym; CANCER BATTLER'S WIFE IN PLEA TO HEALTH BOSSES. 571
Widnes let victory slip from their grasp as Halifax late show dents play-off hopes. 178
Wilting Rose clings to Ryder spot; HARRINGTON WINS SECOND OPEN. 322
Wood is weighing up his options; OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP 2008. 301
World conference experts head for ACC Liverpool; Convention centre lands top booking. Conference news 321
world ROUND-UP: 15 militants are killed by Army. 95
world ROUND-UP: Spacecraft talks. 95

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