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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (June 17, 2008)

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A gem of a story to launch business HUB; A jewellery giant chief tells of his recovery from disaster. Alex Turner reports HUB 2008 SPECIAL REPORT. 414
Accused 'acted suspiciously' britain ROUND-UP. 112
Air ambulance appeal to take off at Cheshire Show. 440
Appeal for man lost for a week. 114
Athletics: Young NW aces steal limelight on track. 296
Ballack books quarters spot; EURO 2008 CRUNCH TIME IN THE GROUP OF DEATH GROUP B. 166
Barry move is closer as Riise ready to bow out. 543
Bishop branded a liar who dislikes Liverpool; Curate attacks church leader as he wins wrongful dismissal case. 1103
Bluetooth helping to tackle crime. 133
Bush praise for Brown's tough terror stance; PRESIDENTIAL BACKING FOR PM. 481
Businesses being urged to get tough on late payers. 169
Census consensus is a hollow victory. 753
Church honour for MP. 94
City jail cells dubbed 'unfit'. 425
City tie with Leeds televised. 199
City's cup tie with Leeds set for Sky TV. 231
City's Teen Idols get their chance to shine. 200
Councillor wins apology after phone records trawl; Opposition leader outraged at violation EXCLUSIVE. 595
Cricket: Lightning looking to strike again. 339
Cricket: OUTRAGEOUS; KP shot up for debate at MCC law meeting TEST CRICKET. 692
Cricket: Pietersen switch-hit under MCC scrutiny. 615
Croats keep winning; EURO 2008 CRUNCH TIME IN THE GROUP OF DEATH GROUP B. 181
DAILY POST YOUR VOICE IN WALES: Signs of the times not so good looking. 421
Delays in approving power of attorney; Forms backlog causing mayhem. 410
Deposed jewellery king to tell how he came bouncing back; HUB 2008 SPECIAL REPORT. 206
Digital film choice. 480
DJ hopes Disastro won't be a disaster; Philip Key's 08 Culture Diary Liverpool 08 EUROPEAN CAPITAL OF CULTURE. 416
Donadoni looks for some Dutch courage; EURO 2008 CRUNCH TIME IN THE GROUP OF DEATH FRANCE v ITALY, GROUP C, TONIGHT, 7.45PM. 509
Engineering firm directors in multi-million buyout; In association with BUSSINESS VENTURE Major North West contracts secured. 353
euro 2008 ROUND-UP: Petr takes blame. 83
euro 2008 ROUND-UP: Scolari looking forward to clash. 195
euro 2008 ROUND-UP: Whole new pitch. 83
Europe dates see fixture changes. 203
Even world's best have bad days at the office. 409
Fine for care home owner. 152
flash BACK: LLANDUDNO; This week we focus on the rich heritage of the Queen of Welsh Resorts. 253
Food & drink: Fine inn retains sense of tradition; YOUR GUIDE TO GOING OUT OUT FOR A BITE MY BEST N.WALES PUBS. 524
Food & drink: Original pates make their debuts; YOUR GUIDE TO GOING OUT. 261
Food & drink: Your guide to area's tastiest local produce; YOUR GUIDE TO GOING OUT. 462
Football: 'The Everton model' hailed by Reo-Coker. 453
Football: Big Phil all set for warm Prem intro starting with Pompey. 391
Football: Bilic hails performance from second-stringers; EURO 2008. 518
Football: Blues must respect the new boys. 637
Football: Don't go Ron; Solskjaer: Why I stayed at United. 560
Football: Even the best have bad day at the office. 307
Football: Fifa's warning to Real. 92
Football: Silly mistakes; Cut out all our errors for glory says Neil. 637
Football: United must do it the hard way if they want to retain their crowns. 447
Fuel stocks dwindle as some filling stations run dry. 92
Golf: Ashley strolls away with County crown. 701
Golf: Breanne falls in last 16. 87
Golf: Capper near to maiden win; Northwest. 402
Golf: Cheshire long on short success; north west. 211
Golf: Dykes is back in the cash in France; PRO NEWS. 240
Golf: Eales the man to catch in Manx Classic; north west. 252
Golf: Fletcher has new brief as Captain; north west. 188
Golf: Johnson gets a shot at European Seniors Tour; north west. 169
Golf: Junior invite; Northwest. 212
Golf: Resurgent Westwood draws positives from near-miss. 672
Golf: Shacklady takes the rough with the smooth; north west. 548
Golf: Sue rises to the challenge of a new world of golf; north west. 684
Golf: Ted happy to toast his first ace - at age of 80. 693
Golf: Torrey torment for local hopefuls. 264
Hadden's optimistic for Scot's WC effort. 371
Holland fully focused; CRUNCH TIME IN THE GROUP OF DEATH. 207
Horse Racing: Take Tariq for Ascot flyer. 406
IN BRIEF: Baddeley heads to Grangemouth. 102
IN BRIEF: City still chasing Brazilian star; EURO 2008. 89
IN BRIEF: FIFA to take no action over Real; EURO 2008. 80
IN BRIEF: Hadden confident. 86
IN BRIEF: Hat trick plus one for the Rooneys. 84
IN BRIEF: Hi-tech bins plan dropped. 97
IN BRIEF: Inter want Lampard; EURO 2008. 92
IN BRIEF: Lions trip appeals. 91
IN BRIEF: Murray's 'right' to quit Queens. 92
IN BRIEF: No access. 85
IN BRIEF: Peacock primed to new leader. 90
IN BRIEF: Robinson wins Bahrain role. 143
IN BRIEF: Rugby player dies after match injury. 109
IN BRIEF: Smith record seals victory. 80
IN BRIEF: Stuart steps up Merit bid. 236
IN BRIEF: United doesn't faze McDermott; EURO 2008. 86
JT pens deal to stay on with Ospreys. 199
Just get out there and do it - the story of Coffee Republic; HUB 2008 SPECIAL REPORT. 177
KEY Events; THE ARTS EDITOR'S PICK OF THE DAY Philip Key's 08 Culture Diary. 204
KILLED BY THEIR DAD; Amy, 7, and Owen, 3, gassed to death in N.Wales beauty spot THEIR LITTLE SMILES WILL SHINE FOREVER. 123
Lawn Tennis: Mathieu challenge ended by teenager's comeback. 341
Lawn Tennis: O'Brien sunk by returning Stosur. 250
Lawyer helps brings Requiem to stage. 350
Letter: A chaotic route? 107
Letter: A soulless result. 184
Letter: Credit to the young. 100
Letter: End of an era. 309
Letter: EU must be joking. 258
Letter: Let's finish the job. 119
Letter: Punish, don't reward them. 225
Letter: Taboo of 'the poor'. 91
Letter: VIEWPOINT - Freedom lost. 194
Letter: VIEWPOINT - Quarry railway. 80
Letter: VIEWPOINT - The green president? 87
Letter: VIEWPOINT - Well-paid. 125
Letter: VIEWPOINT - Where blame lies on security flaws. 164
Letter: VIEWPOINT - Why I'm alive. 206
Letter: Where's our vote? 101
Lightning can strike again, while Flintoff in seconds. 247
Little lambanana goes walkabout. 176
Man admits Ecstasy charges. 134
Man in petrol blaze horror. 196
Match-winner Ballack looks to end Scolari Portugal reign; EURO 2008. 685
McCanns step up the pressure on Europe. 181
More flights for Airbus's A380 superjumbo. 261
MUSIC Der Rosenkavalier, RLPO/Strobel; Philip Key's 08 Culture Diary. 324
Musical champions. 125
N.Wales laps up super-fast web. 381
New boys pose greater threat playing early doors. 688
news QUIZ. 94
No sound of music; MR BROCKLEBANK. 436
No surprise to see Henry crowned in St James's Palace. 448
O'Connor delighted to land Smith. 353
OBITUARY: Harry Jurgensen. Obituary 391
ON THIS DAY IN ... 106
Oxton off top as Turner ends unbeaten run; LOCAL CRICKET. 249
Parents to renew fight to save school from closure; Comprehensive at risk a second time. 413
Pilot safe as Harrier jet dives into farmland. 234
Police reveal that father and his young son and daughter died after inhaling poisonous exhaust fumes which had been fed into a Land Rover from a hosepipe in a remote area in the Conwy Valley. 652
Positive start for city star gazers. 122
Primary pupils gather to mark the move to secondary schools. 145
Products and services on one site by the Mersey waterfront; HUB 2008 SPECIAL REPORT. 180
Quick deal vital in drivers' strike. 324
Raven's to pass Ascot test. 432
Redrow starts shares fight back. 226
Refugee plight highlighted by city demonstration. 242
Refugee singing a song of freedom; Musician at home in city. 691
Refugee stories explored on film; Philip Key's 08 Culture Diary. 206
Ribery issues rally cry to flagging French; EURO 2008 FRANCE v ITALY Group C 7.45pm BBC1. 381
Riise set to seal Roma switch; Full-back granted wish as Italians close to agreeing fee. 557
Ronaldinho remains the main target for Thaksin. 391
Rovers' dismay at Davies's exit. 613
Rugby Union: Andrew comes out fighting after Henry accusations. 311
Rugby Union: I CAN STILL GET BETTER; Shane warns the rest of the world he'll keep on improving. 183
Rugby Union: Shane aims to hunt down Boks as a Lion. 469
Schoolchildren enjoy glimpse of Park future. 216
Sgt Pepper cover drum and Lennon lyrics to go under hammer. 199
Shah following ace Bevan. 142
Sharing the lives of a bygone world; In an old gin box bought by chance, a sculptor found photographs, letters, poems and diaries telling of a family's rise in Liverpool. David Charters reports. 1765
Sheridan forced to miss next Test. 344
Shoppers evacuated as historic theatre goes up in flames; TOWN CENTER FIRE DRAMA. 445
Sofa retailers trying to raise new capital as credit crunch bites; In association with BUSSINESS VENTURE. 244
Spiralling food and fuel prices set to push inflation above 3%; In association with BUSSINESS VENTURE. 206
Sportsman and fund-raiser with a 30-year career. 265
Steve Peacock on the new staff dismissal register; OPINION. 248
Stubbs Art bidding to make it third time lucky; ROYAL ASCOT - DAY ONE. 727
Swimming pool blunder may soon be resolved; Council rethink as extra lane gets go-ahead. 454
Talks to end fuel dispute halted; Hundreds continue with stoppage. 404
Taylor: Get it right from day one. 158
Teacher's joke was just not practical. 231
The day out in N.Wales that ended in this dad killing his kids and himself; WALES CONWY VALLEY DEATHS Fake bomb found at mum's house as tributes paid to 'gorgeous angels'. 946
The mastermind who built a tasty brand from scratch; HUB 2008 SPECIAL REPORT. 219
Their little smiles will shine forever; WALES. 286
THOUGHT for the DAY. 218
Two decades of rock and reel; Photographer's chronicle of music stars on display. 456
Van Basten has sights on perfect record; EURO 2008 HOLLAND v ROMANIA Group C 7.45pm BBC THREE. 290
Villa star hails Everton's steady progress. 492
WALES: 'Flying vet' loses high court battle. 216
WALES: 'Miserable failure' of blocked paths; Problems on two-thirds of county network. 444
WALES: A slipway, public loos, a mortuary, old hospital and a bard's house; Put on the market by Gwynedd Council (just as it slows down). 618
WALES: Accused of trying to abduct little girl. 288
WALES: After 12 yrs... Bangor to Cardiff is 6 mins slower and pounds 5 dearer; Rail links still holding Wales back, say Tories. 383
WALES: Award to rescuer Sheila. 155
WALES: Council tax debt tops pounds 70m in Wales. 150
WALES: Eisteddfod Gadeiriol Llanfachreth results. 354
WALES: Evacuees' tale put on stage. 123
WALES: Fire engine crash under investigation. 257
WALES: Hauliers start refinery pickets. 328
WALES: Job losses at JCB spark action vote. 360
WALES: Joseph's big leap for best friend Rhys. 322
WALES: Mercy scoops a Mojo honour for Duffy. 251
WALES: Money to develop rural communities. 164
WALES: Morrisons in pounds 13m shops revamp. 231
WALES: Nimrod crash families to keep up pressure on minister. 239
WALES: pounds 5,000 'seed' makes pounds 74,500 for charity. 280
WALES: School fall case may go to Lords. 212
WALES: Strike threat food giant taken over; Union hopes for pay talks with new Dutch bosses. 524
WALES: Vandals' manure attack on cars. 194
WALES: Walks to celebrate summer. 123
WALES: You'll have Tesco and Amazon... and a dead high street; Friendly small shops doomed, says worker at closing bookstore. 591
WALES: Your Welsh news is a load of bull; BBC boss grilled over giving Shambo more time than Assembly. 515
Watchdog studies baby deaths; Concerns over high rate of neo-natal fatalities in region. 496
WELES: Worshippers in need of new town mosque. 134
What kind of person would do this? Tributes pour in to 'lovely' children found dead in car with their father after family break-down. 1066
Wirral drink tests are first in country; Pharmacies sign up to innovative service. 356
Woman's 'petrol bomb revenge'. 211
Woods hails 14th Major win as his 'best-ever' victory. 442

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