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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (May 20, 2008)

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'Saviour' siblings proposal pushed forward as Catholic ministers vote in vain for ban. 231
'Vulnerable' woman jailed for dealing drugs from flat. 120
2,500 Ethel Austin jobs saved. 258
A dish best eaten slowly; Snail Day brings molluscs to the menu - but will they catch on? 683
A yellow card; Mayor on disability was a ref. 509
Amateur theatre's season is Tip Top; 08 Culture Diary. 432
Armed forces 'holiday' backed for the summer. 248
Asian student hit with wheel brace; Two years for teenager. 414
Athletics: IN BRIEF - Hansen aims for Beijing selection. 89
Athletics: Injured Radcliffe selected by GB. 236
Athletics: Swinburn leads the field at Moel Eilio. 437
Baa-nitez artwork a solid signing for Liverpool; Famed city stars come face to face. 389
Bank staff raise nearly pounds 70,000 for charity. 259
BARRY TAYLOR'S decision. 123
Benefit fraud; Britain ROUND-UP. 85
Benitez closing in on three targets. 396
Blaze at former school causes rush-hour chaos in city centre. 142
Blood test may spot lung cancer. 151
Boxing: Graham's outburst as critics blast Hat. 248
Boxing: Hatton's trainer Graham denies any rift. 243
British Airways shares in slump; In association with BUSINESS ...VENTURE. 161
British soldier becomes 96th victim of Afghan conflict. 230
Burma agrees to let neighbouring countries help out. 320
Burma hopes; World ROUND-UP. 85
CAPITAL EYE. 477
Carrick unfazed by Roy's old shirt; MANCHESTER UNITED. 247
Carsley's 'new challenge' will be with Birmingham. 645
Celery could help beat CJD. 178
Changes backlash to police firearms. 121
Charles Millett on expired warnings; OPINION. 232
Chelsea's flower power in tribute to Beatle and city; Ringo and Harrison's widow unveil garden. 484
Chemistry professor delighted as Royal Society awards rare honour. 283
Cherie surprised by book criticism. 173
COMMUTER CHAOS; N.Wales' misery by rail... and the roads aren't too good either. 100
Council stalemate dragging on; Meeting fails to end deadlock. 343
Cricket: Determined Oram denies England in stalemate. 695
Cricket: Draw sees Oxton extend lead at the top of the table. 354
Cricket: England again hit by Lord's draw hoodoo; TEST CRICKET. 789
Cricket: IN BRIEF - Warne considers Test comeback. 95
Cricket: Rhewl hit good form; NORTH WALES CRICKET. 152
Cricket: Vaughan laments missed chance after Jacob's cracker. 321
Cycling: Baillie breaks the tape first at Bickerstaffe. 252
DAILY POST: Church may or may not be all whit. 411
DAVID CHARTERS. 822
De Villiers warns the Welsh to 'prepare for war'. 334
Digital film choice. 445
Don't schools try hard every day? LIVERPOOL DAILY POST. 304
Driver in court on Demi Leigh death crash charge. 263
Email pledge may cost Sefton pounds 1.7m; Threat to flagship housing plan as developer sues council EXCLUSIVE Now can he do a Superlambanana kick? 1197
English Rose blooming again ahead of return to Birkdale Open. 463
Ethel Austin chain back from the brink; In association with BUSINESS ...VENTURE Retailer survives after spell in administration. 469
Eviction mother in test case appeal. 202
Expert welcomes mediation move in housing disputes. 407
Fact hosts Eurosongs jamboree party time; 08 Culture Diary. 199
Fans given football bans after racist and violent incidents. 237
Fatal crash biker's helmet was not properly fastened; Protective gear fell off as rider lost control of fast machine. 438
Festival of art is launched; Jeremy Huw Williams. 144
Fifth of primary pupils fail to grasp the basics; Call for overhaul as standards 'stall'. 472
Fine weather brings new shine to Flickr showcase. 281
Fire services are urged to bring in more women; Fines if targets missed. 446
Five-star Everton's County Cup joy; Women's Football. 199
football ROUND-UP: Davies signs up Griffiths at City. 160
Football: Boss Rafa presses on with Reds transfers. 244
Football: Consistent Jagielka's call-up no surprise. 225
Football: Gerard in awe of Reds striker Torres. 700
Football: LEE GETS BRUM DEAL. 416
Football: Lee the perfect man for a club losing its soul... 592
Football: Pennock's aim; Wales boss confident home soil will be key. 685
Foyle ready to stay on at Dragons. 314
Foyle set to remain a Dragon. 107
Gerrard hails big impact from duo. 776
Glaxo to market bird-flu vaccine. 127
Golf: Astin aiming for fourth visit to Pro-Am finale. 648
Golf: Baldwin chasing county hat-trick. 361
Golf: Breanne's form sees her take No1 seed. 230
Golf: Llion keeps title up in the north. 482
Golf: Robinson leaves the door open to Merit rivals; Northern Order of Merit. 424
Golf: Rotary golf day does the business for charity. 126
Golf: Shacklady ready to take strain for big day. 571
Golf: Temporary job that lasted 47 years for Derek. 1200
Grant so proud of Londoners; MANCHESTER UNITED. 299
Green and serene; food & drink YOUR GUIDE TO GOING OUT OUT FOR A BITE. 607
Gretna wait on late bid. 144
Griffiths joins Chester City as assistant manager. 229
Hamlet haven but beware Chelsea bar bores; food & drink YOUR GUIDE TO GOING OUT MY BEST N.WALES PUBS. 516
Harlech Institute; flash BACK. 206
Horse Racing: Borderlescott has chance to impress in Temple. 305
Horse Racing: Light can show the way. 284
I'M CRAVEN FOR GLORY; MANCHESTER UNITED COUNT DOWN TO THE FINAL: ONE DAY TO GO 'I thought these days had long gone when I signed for Fulham . . . then Ferguson called'. 742
IN BRIEF: Air fix. 81
IN BRIEF: Benefit fraud's record levels. 83
IN BRIEF: Enckelman to get Cardiff deal. 89
IN BRIEF: Festival week at Prenton. 90
IN BRIEF: Grannell leads qualifiers. 81
IN BRIEF: Players happy here - Keegan. 91
IN BRIEF: Report urges rethink on UK 'asylum'. 113
IN BRIEF: Trapattoni tastes his first victory. 98
IN BRIEF: Unique Tour challenge. 152
IN BRIEF: Waring makes cut in Ireland. 101
Insurance fears for small firms. 372
It's the perfect time to get back together; Liverpool-born actress Kim Cattrall reprises her most famous role as she returns to the big screen in one of the most eagerly-awaited films of the year. Emma Johnson reports. 1589
Jagielka reliability is hard to match. 225
Just insulting to call it consulting. 596
Kerry's mother is benefit cheat. 116
KEY Events; 08 Culture Diary THE ARTS EDITOR'S PICK OF THE DAY. 204
Lawyers stage mock trial to show the reality of the court room. 239
Lee fires on island; NORTH WALES ALLIANCE. 142
Lee has the character and skill to fulfil Anfield role. 615
Letter: Ban drinking. 90
Letter: Changing lifestyles. 191
Letter: Flight of fancy. 196
Letter: Glass houses. 215
Letter: Impressive city. 127
Letter: Institutional bigotry. 117
Letter: Plants are a waste of cash. 210
Letter: Rebuilding the wall. 144
Letter: Taking advantage. 99
Letter: Tedious dirge. 223
Letter: Unwanted track. 194
Letter: Volunteer appeal. 206
Letter: Why are they so negative? 150
Light to show the way. 314
Little a threat to title repeat. 425
Liverpool surgeon in chimp operation first. 192
LONDON MARKET; In association with BUSINESS ...VENTURE. 284
LOOKING BACK; TIME OUT. 81
M6 crash man named. 101
Mayor launches arts and craft fairs. 153
Microsoft works on new offer to Yahoo. 197
Mildred Loving; OBITUARY. Obituary 396
Mission to Moscow. 172
Moore soldiers on through the uncertainty. 291
Moyes seals new deal after productive talks; Everton manager agrees in principle as Carsley leaves club. 593
MOYES TO STAY BLUE; Goodison boss agrees new deal. 198
MPs defy 'Frankenstein' alarm over embryo vote; Church caution ignored as Bill is supported. 720
MPs give up expenses fight; Britain ROUND-UP. 82
MPs give up over expenses secrecy. 160
Much-sought Mich icing on festival's cake; food & drink YOUR GUIDE TO GOING OUT CELEBRITY CONFECTIONER COUP. 634
Nation silent as survivors of quake stand together; China comes to standstill as 50,000 victims remembered. 435
New pools at cutting edge; Sportech gears up for August launch. 360
news QUIZ. 110
o8 brings new pride to city's residents; Culture Year's positive impact. 373
Obama's not there yet, says Hillary. 140
Older customers help home repair group; In association with BUSINESS ...VENTURE. 182
ON THIS DAY IN ... 115
Piemonte top finish for Dykes; PRO NEWS. 166
Pigs may not fly - but they certainly turn heads in Bath. 140
Pop sales better than in heatwave. 188
Poppy Appeal raises pounds 30m. 107
Prints recovery; Britain ROUND-UP. 104
Probe into Drogba yellow cards. 192
QUIZ CHALLENGE. 145
QUIZ CHALLENGE; TIME OUT. 91
Radical shake-up for city council's executive board; New posts and new faces signal new era. 418
Real treats for real vegetarians; food & drink YOUR GUIDE TO GOING OUT. 311
Reborn keeper looks for lucky 13. 377
Red Rose in full bloom as rivals wilt. 314
Ruffled feathers; MR BROCKLEBANK. 429
Rugby league star admits railway station assault. 290
Rugby League: Sharp exit from Hull ahead of Saints match. 570
Rugby Union: Bennett ruled out. 150
Rugby Union: Johnson ponders Cipriani replacements for NZ tour. 639
Saints attack Morrisons over 'smear campaign' Letters tried to discredit stadium plan. Letter to the editor 397
Scarlets land former All Black ace; CYMRU ALLIANCE. 256
Smith: We need big finish. 160
Soldier killed on patrol. 177
Solicitors launch first weekend drop-in sessions. 226
Spaghetti junction 'challenge' for drivers. 118
Speedy success at national hire excellence awards. 165
Stars and Starr turn out for garden to remember late Beatle. 274
Stars donate piano. 128
Styal are a point shy of title win; Cheshire League. 412
Survivors found in China rubble. 434
Swimming: IN BRIEF - Foster concerned over swimsuits. 94
Teenager in smash no longer 'critical'. 168
Television chef cooks up tasty treats for schools. 92
Terminally-ill man takes campaign to London. 261
THE DAILY POST & YOU. 134
The email Mr Lunt sent to Belfields's architect to correct the minutes of a meeting. 181
The Urdd Eisteddfod; flash BACK. 255
THOUGHT for the DAY. 225
Tibetan monks tell court of torture. 131
Treble chance. 117
Trio to be honoured; MANCHESTER UNITED. 150
UK's biggest taxpaying firms to advise - on tax. 163
Vandals smash windows at pool; Centre closed for huge clean-up. 585
VIDIC EXPECTING A BATTLE; MANCHESTER UNITED. 336
VIEW FROM THE FORUMS. 712
Wales used up its luck before Cup. 255
WALES: Abortion limit 'is justified' HUMAN CELLS RESEARCH VOTE. 224
WALES: Alcoholic's 10-year ban after crash. 194
WALES: Appeal throws lifeline to island marina development. 345
WALES: Assembly told: Spend more to beat superbug; Demand for cash boost as C.difficile cases in over-65s rise by 13%. 518
WALES: BADLAM; COMMUTER CHAOS AM's anger as fire brings rail services to standstill. 722
WALES: Budding film makers' premiere. 124
WALES: Calzaghe glove to go under hammer. 219
WALES: Care home's pensioners 'left dying in their chairs; Head nurse so alarmed at alleged problems she called police herself. 601
WALES: Cops get more time to quiz suspect. 187
WALES: Council staff in strike ballot. 354
WALES: Council to reveal its new leader. 121
WALES: County burglary rate cut by half; 'Less talking and more action' brings results. 544
WALES: Curfew for man carrying a weapon. 227
WALES: Fire checks at homes of patients. 272
WALES: Head wins appeal over pupil's fatal playtime fall; Safety verdict overturned by court. 681
WALES: Hybrid embryos approved by MPs; HUMAN CELLS RESEARCH VOTE First stage is passed in face of opposition. 437
WALES: I got pounds 300 bill off BT ... but no phone line. 499
WALES: Man jailed for breaking ex-lover's cheekbone. 225
WALES: Morgan: Yale sets shining example; First Minister's tribute to record-breaking college. 303
WALES: Moscow here we come... UNITED FA NS HEAD FOR RUSSIA. 414
WALES: Painter recreates face from the past. 510
WALES: Police seek young boy. 91
WALES: Puppets play against crime. 149
WALES: Rampaging gang hunted down by police. 99
WALES: Stories from an ancient Wales. 250
WALES: STUDENT CASE STUDY. 185
WALES: Tourism fears as numbers fall off. 334
WALES: Villagers' legal threat over internet problems. 276
WALES: WHAT'S IT ALL ABOUT? HUMAN CELLS RESEARCH VOTE. 169
WALES: WHITEWASH; Church could lose out on pounds 100,000... as vicar won't paint it white. 408
WALES: Witness is guilty. 95
WALES: Work on hospital's new unit. 142
Why so piqued by pink? 198
WRITING ON THE WALL FESTIVAL; Tony Benn and Roy Bailey/ Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool 08 Culture Diary. 347
Yebda to opt for Wigan. 142

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