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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (March 25, 2008)

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'Biggest ever' win. 135
'ETA violence to get worse'. 83
5,000 in CND protest. 140
A strange world in oil and beeswax; 08 Culture Diary ART EXHIBITION Christine Watson/Williamson Art Gallery, Birkenhead. 408
Aber look for swift response; WELSH PREMIER. 378
AMATEUR FOOTBALL; Stone Security Liverpool Business Houses. 334
Athletics: Wind and ice fail to deter big Aran field. 303
Banksy may face prison. 108
Berlie Doherty. 202
Billionaire loses out on shares bet. 135
Biofuels project rethink urged; Expert fears move may cause more harmful emissions. 407
Bird hoping to top Willows in showpiece showdown; AMATEUR FOOTBALL B'head & Wirral. 203
Brave Bay put up a fight at Grantham; UNIBOND LEAGUE. 262
Britain's burglary hotspots named. 133
Buoyant United have no sympathy for Mascherano. 344
Burglary hotspots named. 108
Bush bears the burden of war; US MILITARY DEATH TOLL REACHES 4,000. 468
Carl's cracker sends NELTC into semi-finals; AMATEUR FOOTBALL Frank Armitt Liverpool Premier. 488
Castrol Social claim cup victory against Runcor; AMATEUR FOOTBALL Carlsberg West Cheshire. 716
CBI reveals bleak outlook for growth and inflation; In association with BUSINESS...VENTURE But businesses urged: Don't be downbeat. 356
CCTV to enforce parking tickets. 132
Chef serves up a real gourmet treat; Final day of festival. 454
Cheshire count on more success. 544
Chief attacks judges over gun crime. 181
City barrister writes 'valuable' book on care law. 219
City in trials for arthritis treatment. 105
City rue missed chances; WELSH PREMIER. 149
Clamp on Mars costs. 88
Co-op offloads stake in six firms. 172
Councillors who could decide how the city is run; COUNCIL ELECTIONS BATTLE LINES DRAWN. 321
CPOs to speed up pounds 40m shops centre; Planners give go-ahead. 424
Cricket: Panesar makes breakthrough for England. 296
Cricket: Record ton is a Strauss reliever; England on top thanks to century. 564
Cricket: Under-fire Strauss hits back with career high. 451
Cycling: Partridge narrowly beaten in Scotland. 251
DAILY POST YOUR VOICE IN WALES: Stop this scourge of teen drunks. 408
Deaths in Iraq not in vain, says Bush. 231
Dog offers paws and prayers to Buddha. 147
Ellesmere Park win final over Nomads; AMATEUR FOOTBALL Wallasey & District Sunday. 362
Experts forecast likelihood of McCanns' damages case. 509
Fiona Davidson on the McCartney divorce; OPINION. 231
flash BACK. 406
food&drink: feed hunger for history. 583
food&drink: Local pub but not just for regulars; MY BEST N.WALES PUBS. 501
food&drink: Plotting the future for gardeners. 344
food&drink: Reach out and touch past; OUT FOR A BITE Ian Parri at Almshouses Museum and St Grwst's Church, Llanrwst. 529
Football: 'We've no sympathy for Reds midfielder' Javier deserved to go say Old Trafford side. 609
Football: BLUES FEAR FOR CAHILL; Season could be over for midfielder. 424
Football: Cables hit form. 114
Football: Cahill injury fears growing; Doubts whether midfielder will play again this season. 421
Football: Chester stall on road to recovery as Posh piece of class pays off. 365
Football: Crisis Broughton by misfiring forwards; LEAGUE TWO ARE THESE THE MISSES WHICH WILL COST DRAGONS SURVIVAL? 896
Football: Cruz sets his sights on Uefa Cup entry. 446
Football: DON'T PANIC, MOYES. 284
Football: Each game's a Cup final now says ace Evra; Number 17 is within grasp of champions SEVEN GAMES LEFT IN TITLE QUEST MANCHESTER UNITED. 500
Football: Euro 2009 dream hit by injuries; TOSH'S YOUNG GUNS BACK IN ACTION. 246
Football: French plans disrupted by injury. 300
Football: Gunners defender refuses to give up; MANCHESTER UNITED. 346
Football: I feared for my England future, admits Beckham. 647
Football: I felt so low; Beckham: I thought my chance had disappeared. 760
Football: I want to be the Premier stopper for my country; My hill wants to reach top TOSH'S YOUNG GUNS BACK IN ACTION. 632
Football: I'm amazed Benitez is defending stupidity. 528
Football: Indefensible; Mascherano was fall guy but he had it coming... 523
Football: Lampard warns: We're back in it; SEVEN GAMES LEFT IN TITLE QUEST MANCHESTER UNITED. 321
Football: Mascherano set for three-match ban today. 504
Football: No need for consistent Everton to panic. 268
Football: No solace as Bond's tactics see off Rovers. 957
Football: PFA: Refs should be no-go areas. 278
Football: Port pinch point. 114
Football: Reds star set to be hit with a triple ban. 504
Football: Resilient City fail to hold the Posh; LEAGUE TWO. 327
Football: Stalemate leaves boss Little anxious; LEAGUE TWO. 215
Football: Wales ace Sam can cope with the hype. 323
Football: We got what we deserved says Moore. 319
Football: We should act as role models - James. 232
Forrest would-be president. 145
Furious Saints call for more video refs. 552
Gardens display for 'gulper' lost in a loft. 162
Golf: JUNIOR GOLF. 118
Golf: Ogilvy ends Woods' winning streak. 272
Golf: PRO NEWS. 201
Golf: Runcie's boys; North Wales aces in action. 515
Golf: Top prize shared at Denbigh; N.WALES ALLIANCE. 147
Hartley and Paterson inspire Widnes to fine win. 385
Heggarty honoured for 25 years at Royal Liverpool; PGA North Region. 402
Hillside bares its teeth; PGA North Region. 141
History man Barry tells how the West was won; Past captain unearths rich history of Lancashire's finest course. 1240
Horse Racing: Irish hero Echo has National as chief aim. 599
Horse Racing: Lots to love about Sweetheart. 319
Horse Racing: Murphy: Comply Or Die is right horse for Aintree. 388
Hundreds fill cathedral as BBC records TV Songs of Praise special editions. 147
I want traffic chaos. 165
Imams 'should teach in schools'. 196
IN BRIEF: Archer's picks. 124
IN BRIEF: Best yet to come. 84
IN BRIEF: Burley keeping faith in squad. 85
IN BRIEF: Mattock message right - Pearce. 86
IN BRIEF: Murder charge. 98
IN BRIEF: Myhill's dream. 83
IN BRIEF: No match for Paxton talent. 127
IN BRIEF: Vieira adds to French injuries. 96
Insurance broker strikes key deal with Hard Day's Night Hotel; In association with BUSINESS...VENTURE. 192
Investment bank tables higher offer for doomed Bear Stearns. 233
JMU hails 'exciting' move as lab plan gets go-ahead; Futuristic design sets benchmark for site. 388
Key battlegrounds for the 2008 Liverpool elections; COUNCIL ELECTIONS BATTLE LINES DRAWN. 175
KEY Events; 08 Culture Diary THE ARTS EDITOR'S PICK OF THE DAY. 233
Labour poised to mount a challenge; COUNCIL ELECTIONS BATTLE LINES DRAWN Politicians in Liverpool are preparing for the most tightly-run fight over the town hall for years, as David Bartlett reports. 865
Let's not be so humble. 204
Letter: Bin confusion. 201
Letter: Changes to hospital. 214
Letter: Iraqi suffering. 130
Letter: Lost warmth. 199
Letter: Much missed. 111
Letter: Postal closures. 217
Letter: Preserve buildings. 234
Letter: Proud of heritage. 101
Letter: VIEWPOINT - Beyond a joke. 158
Letter: VIEWPOINT - Double standards on PO closures. 155
Letter: VIEWPOINT - Equality for all. 242
Letter: VIEWPOINT - Vital service. 180
LIVERPOOL DAILY POST: Don't hide truth on lost records. 327
Lots ot love about Sweetheart. 338
Maxwell owes success to his closest rival; PGA North Region Order of Merit. 209
Memories are literary gold dust; An unexpected legacy from her father gave award-winning novelist Berlie Doherty the chance to celebrate his life. 1540
Missing boy is home. 184
Motor Racing: Hamilton spurred on by pace of team-mate; FORMULA ONE. 650
Motor Racing: Heikki can spur on pal Hamilton; FORMULA ONE. 477
New chairman of family law association. 329
news QUIZ. 99
Nick in time out ahead of Masters. 397
Obese 'run risk of cancer'. 87
OBITUARY: Neil Aspinall. Obituary 380
ON THE morning after the Chinese banquet. 810
Our team is coming to get you, loan sharks warned; Crackdown on illegal money lending. 292
Patients kept in dark as records go astray; EXCLUSIVE Hundreds of files lost over past two years. 1585
Police beat monks with bamboo sticks. 111
Power cut again as cable blows up; 1,000 homes hit in Stoneycroft. 484
Praise where it's due. 140
Purple hue celebrates drink's centenary; British icon set to take on China. 419
Queens Park smash six against Houlihans Variety Club; AMATEUR FOOTBALL Houlihans Birkenhead Sunday. 270
Race to save city's 'first airport' Volunteers vital to help preserve historic hangars. 520
Revealing the history of Chester's Mystery Plays; 08 Culture Diary. 347
Rhyl clinch Euro ticket; WELSH PREMIER. 195
Row deepens over Embryo Bill as Labour accuses Catholics. 149
Rugby League: Cullen relieved as Wolves grab last-gasp victory. 301
Rugby Union: Holders fight back for fin. 90
Scanners may be installed in schools. 119
Scarlett pathologist suspended. 222
Sefton 'at risk of floods washout' 'Gloucestershire rerun' warning. 596
Snappers capture dozens of stunning images of city, come rain or shine. 258
Sound of Fury is back again; 08 Culture Diary. 177
Strange names may bring luck. 107
Taylor: Make refs 'no-go' areas. 175
Teenage student's delight at science contest accolade; Work to go on show in prestige US competition. 436
THE DEBATE: Should smoking in movies be 18-rated? Should under-18s be banned from films that include smoking scenes? 1264
The not-so Fab Four. 432
THOUGHT for the DAY. 200
Tibet protesters disrupt flame-lighting Olympic ceremony. 161
Time to give Owen a new deal - Keegan. 247
Top staff snap up HBOS shares; In association with BUSINESS...VENTURE. 153
Tophams' old house is to open in time for National; Family home to be used for course hospitality. 535
Traffickers target island. 136
Tributes as 'Fifth Beatle' Aspinall dies, aged 66; Apple chief executive hailed as 'great man'. 668
U-turn paves way for academy. 139
U-turn urged on biofuels policy. 158
UniBond Division One North. 130
UniBond League Division One South. 96
Vics in right frame of mind for York. 113
Visit to Hoylake crowns record year for PGA. 421
WALES: 'N.Wales prison solves nothing' Plans are futile, claims former probation chief. 559
WALES: Air ambulance steps up appeal for new copters. 553
WALES: Boy chef in finals of Rotary contest. 209
WALES: Breath tests target teen yob boozers; Welcome for radical move to stamp out scourge. 584
WALES: Brothers compete for sailing crown. 189
WALES: Cash crisis in Welsh schools, say teachers; 'Job cuts unless they get emergency help'. 437
WALES: Children asked to name new train. 121
WALES: Deepcut death parents call on minister to keep meeting pledge. 402
WALES: Easter delight at church's pounds 44,000 for restoration. 373
WALES: Eisteddfod Gadeiriol Llandderfel. 414
WALES: Embryo row gets even deeper. 243
WALES: Estate kids get set to stage opera. 341
WALES: Foreshore gets patrol by copter. 89
WALES: Helicopter rescues woman who fell into ravine. 247
WALES: Help is needed on Urdd week. 186
WALES: I spent year in a coma after mountain fall; CLIMBER'S THANKS TO WARDEN LIFE-SAVER. 698
WALES: Man faces assault charge. 96
WALES: N.Wales delegation joins 'Bombs Stop Here' demonstration. 210
WALES: Newly-born camel proves a hit with visitors. 257
WALES: Police put out warning for minibike tearaways; Many young riders 'are illegal and dangerous'. 325
WALES: Police station may cut hours. 99
WALES: Railway celebrates good start to year. 210
WALES: Tough orders to clear out the gangs. 220
WALES: Urdd delight for pupils of school in closure fight. 327
WALES: Walking festival world record bid; Thousands will take to island coast path. 445
WALES: Want a proper ice rink? That'll be a cool pounds 12m; Think big' to build on popular Christmas treat. 520
WALES: Warning over house prices. 298
WALES: White-capped peaks of Snowdon seen in the sunshine. 192
WALES: Youngsters compete in TV show. 213
Weather-beaten clubhouse set to make way for new facility this year. 197
Weren't holidays once holy days; Do we need to shop every day of the year. 605

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