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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (March 24, 2008)

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...but we can catch Devils - Drogba; PREMIER LEAGUE. 325
42 dead in day of violence in Iraq. 231
Airbus crash again on County travels; WELSH PREMIER. 206
American economy 'going sideways' In association with BUSINESS VENTURE. 136
AN official inquiry is to. 86
Another taste of success for festival; Celebrity chef: Chester event one of the best. 453
Archbishop speaks out over 'Frankenstein' Bill; Kelly urges a free vote on embryology Bill. 399
Award for family firm. 81
Bay up for challenge; GRANTHAM v COLWYN BAY TODAY, 3PM. 133
Beat Dagenham or prepare to go down says Little; WREXHAM v DAG & RB, TODAY, 3PM. 545
Beatles music battle begins. 186
Bethesda still on top; WELSH ALLIANCE. 104
Birkenhead win Lees Cheshire Cup on historic day. 467
Blues boss is positive. 131
Bootle make Challenge Cup final against the odds; COCA-COLA LEAGUE ONE VODKAT LEAGUE ROUND-UP. 396
Boxing: Ear injury puts paid to Rees dreams. 279
Boxing: Rees suffers first defeat. 354
BRITAIN: Boss and staff buy into bank. 111
BRITAIN: BT fixing email problem. 101
BRITAIN: Cigarette shelter a public wast. 197
BRITAIN: Fears for safety of murder victim's mum. 289
BRITAIN: ID row over prints at terminal. 154
BRITAIN: Star Corinne's husband dead from overdose. 487
Buckley earn much needed away point; CYMRU ALLIANCE. 756
Burscough held in a dramatic encounter. 356
Canine contestants help to collect cash for good cause. 181
Carlisle second after victory; COCA-COLA LEAGUE ONE BOURNEMOUTH v TRANMERE, TODAY 3PM. 329
Carousel rides into town for Albert Dock's Easter celebrations. 145
Cathedral to play host to piece of musical history; Replica of Gold Lyre of Ur to be heard. 582
Cefni can still avoid the drop; WELSH PREMIER. 309
Chance lost to close in on fourth; VIEW FROM THE STANDS. 286
Charity runner sets off for Great Wall of China. 254
Chester revitalised after morale-boosting victory; COCA-COLA LEAGUE ONE. 494
China launches media offensive over Tibet; CNN 'deluged' with spin after rioting reports. 553
City arrest run with Darlo victory; LEAGUE TWO. 257
City pay the penalty as away run finishes; WELSH PREMIER. 305
Costly decision sees Everton slip again; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE. 1401
Cricket: England's inquest helps to spark dramatic comeback. 801
Cricket: Strauss' timely 50 aids hopes. 234
Cricket: Super show from ace Sidebottom. 185
Culture Diary: Home havoc makes for a quirky tale; Liverpool 08 EUROPEAN CAPITAL OF CULTURE. 382
Culture Diary: KEY Events; THE ARTS EDITOR'S PICK OF THE DAY. 182
Culture Diary: Night of kissing at Tate Liverpool. 210
Culture Diary: THEATRE Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs/ Southport Arts Centre. 370
DAILY POST YOUR VOICE IN WALES: Protests can make a real difference. 283
Design experts savage city skyscraper plans; EXCLUSIVE Government advisers urge permission for 'confused' tower scheme is refused. 562
Easy win recorded by super Town; COCA-COLA LEAGUE ONE. 256
Elizabethan style among the daffodils at Speke Hall. 132
Everton facing an uphill task. 1267
Everton sweat on Cahill for derby fitness. 247
Everybody has the capability to invent; We've all wondered why there wasn't a gadget or product to fix a certain problem, but Emma Pinch meets some people who turned the thinking into doing. 1380
Faith in politics. 486
Fifth person held over death. 123
Football: Blues sweat on Cahill's derby fitness. 528
Football: Five-star Southport poised for play-offs. 307
Football: GORDON BENNETT; Benitez left baffled by ref's actions PREMIER LEAGUE. 533
Football: Grant wins as Chelsea fans eat humble pie; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE. 612
Football: Hughes delight at Bentley class; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE. 330
Football: Improving Johnson hailed by his rescuer Redknapp; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE. 293
Football: McLeish admits Birmingham may go down as they stutter; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE. 284
Football: Owen is England's best, claims victorious Keegan; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE. 591
Football: Red card didn't affect game'. 347
Football: REDS ARE OWN WORST ENEMY; Liverpool once again the architects of their downfall. 1363
Football: Southgate's confidence rises after workman-like victory; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE. 278
Football: Struggling Bolton feel pressure; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE. 255
Football: Sunderland edging away from danger but Villa's form falters; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE. 303
Formal teaching 'inhibits freedom'. Conference notes 225
Golf: Forsyth wins a play-off for the Madeira Open. 709
Golf: Weather halts play but Storm in with a chance. 432
Government seeks compromise with Catholic MPs over Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill. 339
Gunmen strike at car driver. 132
Help! plea for Beatles to save fan society; Call for freedom of city honour. 341
Horse Racing: Carberry eyes more National glory with Run. 540
Horse Racing: Lincoln winner has Cup target. 231
Hoylake go out in semi. 103
Hue set to shine at Redcar. 277
Hue to shine at Redcar. 307
IN BRIEF: Gallant failure. 82
IN BRIEF: Government blamed for airport misery. 80
IN BRIEF: Plan to avoid bank collapse. 113
In their element: the team promoting the chemical industry; In association with BUSINESS VENTURE. 199
Inconsistency of ref cost us; VIEW FROM THE STANDS. 282
Injured Kirkland withdraws from England squad; PREMIER LEAGUE/ENGLAND. 347
Javier becomes first 'victim' of refs' new trend; COMMENT. 488
Jones injury sees Druids fall apart; WELSH PREMIER. 280
Knowsley reveals plan for primary school makeover; Consultation promises radical changes. 400
Letter: City let down. 157
Letter: Disappointed with Bluecoat. 215
Letter: Hospital care. 224
Letter: Litter problem. 104
Letter: No power. 222
Letter: Place in history. 183
Letter: Pleasureland site. 135
Letter: Private funding. 151
Letter: Updated details. 166
Letter: VIEWPOINT - GM food curbs. 200
Letter: VIEWPOINT - It's a centre of excellence now. 219
Letter: VIEWPOINT - Match meddling. 259
Lib-Dem loses his party backing. 118
Lilies held at Oval; Canaries seal a share of the points WELSH PREMIER. 505
LIVERPOOL DAILY POST: Talk again on mega-project. 353
Major effort for 125 miles. 147
Mascherano facing lengthy suspension; Benitez surprised as midfielder refuses to leave pitch. 560
Matterson unhappy at flurry of fixtures. 921
McConville scores a double; COCA-COLA LEAGUE ONE. 216
Misses almost cost Rhyl needed victory; WELSH PREMIER. 292
MOLD Alex maintained. 86
MONEY: Credit crunch threatens growing impact; Timing could be crucial for home owners in mortgage deal search, says Jeremy Gates. 981
MONEY: Ethical investors don't lose much long term. 405
More police officers to deal with rise in hi-tech crime; EXCLUSIVE. 181
Motor Racing: Ferrari back to best as Lewis misses out; FORMULA ONE. 781
Motor Racing: Keeping the faith helps Raikkonen triumph; FORMULA ONE. 748
Motor Racing: Penalty proved costly, says Hamilton; FORMULA ONE. 314
Motors season starting to stall; COCA-COLA LEAGUE ONE. 227
Moyes content with point in race for Europe; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE. 581
Moyes in pounds 150,000 damages victory. 172
MP hopeful over plan to turn landfill site into park; Talks with land owners allay fears over delays. 436
Murdered girl's mother in hiding; Killer pushed Scarlett's head under water. 376
New drive to unleash women's business talent; In association with BUSINESS VENTURE Professor to deliver lecture in Liverpool. 300
news QUIZ. 109
No move upwards until self-inflicted downfalls end; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE. 1315
Northwich win boosts survival hopes; BY MIKE TALBOT-BUTLER. 213
Not all Anglo-Saxons were buried with heaps of gold; Finds are mundane household objects. 316
OBITUARY: Philip Jones Griffiths. Obituary 397
Over-keen Javier pays the price of Cole dust-up; THE FINAL WORD. 804
Palestine talks end in deadlock. 124
Peace prize winner Dalai Lama blamed for protests. 196
People skills and a grasp of finances are a must; in association with 508
Pope's Easter peace plea. 166
Port continue to flirt with relegation zone; WELSH PREMIER. 338
Prenton Park is rewarded for family excellence; COCA-COLA LEAGUE ONE BOURNEMOUTH v TRANMERE, TODAY 3PM. 302
Pwllheli's victory a warning for rest. 342
Quay still in trouble; WELSH PREMIER. 171
Return of strength in depth could see Rovers changes; COCA-COLA LEAGUE ONE BOURNEMOUTH v TRANMERE, TODAY 3PM. 619
Rooney: We would have won anyway; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE. 389
Rovers celebrate crucial victory; PREMIER LEAGUE. 355
Rugby Union: Henson to finally get trim. 171
Saints see title chance fade in local encounter; WELSH PREMIER. 294
Science fact and fiction. 187
St Helens teacher tells of 'scandal'. 267
SUNDAY TIPS; In association with BUSINESS VENTURE. 328
The not-so-secret ways to a healthier and longer life. 691
The UK must urge China to show restraint over the protests in Tibet; Dr Kerry Brown, chief operating officer of the Liverpool Shanghai Partnership & Asia Studies fellow at Chatham House, gives a personal view of the turbulence in Tibet. 335
THOUGHT for the DAY. 225
Time to feel the sting; Little admits there's no buzz about his Dragons as industrious Bees bring relegation closer. 1210
Title defence; United stoppers offer best form of attack EYE ON UNITED. 910
Title in Cofis' grasp after rout at Ruthin; DIVISION FOUR NORTH. 946
Tories call for zero-tolerance on drug users and dealers. 243
Traffic grinds to a halt on city road; Frustration as Big Dig goes on. 451
Unit helps put notorious paedophiles behind bars with 'near flawless' prosecutions; THE BATTLE AGAINST HI-TECH CRIME. 213
Unpleasant, horrific but satisfying job; THE BATTLE AGAINST HI-TECH CRIME A special unit of Merseyside Police has the harrowing task of dealing with internet child abuse. 1067
WALES: 60% of pupils are 'cyber bullied'. 239
WALES: A night in cells for drunk man. 97
WALES: Aaron's death has left behind a terrible void; Family tell of their heartache after teenager dies in crash. 626
WALES: Act now to make sure you keep mortgage bills down; Your MONEY. 470
WALES: Airport rail link mooted for Wales. 113
WALES: Author Nia may see tale filmed. 189
WALES: Bangor students to share prizes. 161
WALES: Brave Nikki's off to face sharks. 243
WALES: Compromise in the air over embryo vote. 763
WALES: Crews on alert as life jacket washed up. 200
WALES: Duffy falls from top of singles charts. 197
WALES: FM radio station goes live at NEWI. 123
WALES: Gellifor pupils fly the flag. 162
WALES: I put having my Kya before my health; Pregnant MS sufferer refused treatment. Medical condition overview 495
WALES: Ifans goes home to tell of engagement. 190
WALES: Kite man knocked out' on beach. 173
WALES: Man freed from wreck. 83
WALES: Mum airlifted out of ravine; WOMAN SERIOUSLY ILL AFTER 20 FT PLUNGE. 693
WALES: N.Wales spared 'White Easter'. 275
WALES: Nant in north-south TV merger. 154
WALES: Naomi's fighting spirit a lesson for all. 265
WALES: No drugs here, say holiday camp chiefs; Pontin's speaks out after raid by police on musical festival. 473
WALES: Otter 'subway' plan for recycling centre. 435
WALES: Plan for new homes locals might afford. 352
WALES: Pub left with pounds 300 damage. 158
WALES: Squatter clues to derelict hotel fire. 244
WALES: Teachers make call for classes of 20 - by law. Conference notes 379
WALES: Twins' giant egg a way of saying thanks. 261
WALES: Why the ladies of Llangollen need your help; Bid to raise pounds 30,000 to restore town memorial. 428
WALES: Women who turned to each other. 207
WALES: Would-be car thief detained. 124
Warning over new tax regime. 215
Waterloo through to Cup final. 201

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