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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (May 22, 2008)

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'Clear turbines from our hills' Rallying cry as CPRW turns 80. 406
'People power can save Little Theatre'. 276
10 must-have essentials for die-hard fans; Emma Johnson on the frocks, fashion and footwear. 220
A beacon of local culture. 171
A treasure trove of high-class fashion; Spotlight on Crosby. 361
Action plea on nurses' hours; WALES. 318
Adrian's courage can inspire us all. 322
All hands to the pump to get Bluecoat on the move; Blaze 'will take months to assess'. 421
Almunia: No excuses if we fail next season. 439
Alston praying for rain to aid Reverence Temple bid; RACING. 796
An optician you can trust; Eye design opticians. 655
Animal health cuts alarm. 121
Axe poised to fall on city bakery after 96 years; 'Small miracle' needed to save jobs, say unions. 403
Be inspired by Westwood; fashion. 368
Bed firm lifts covers on expansion plans; In association with BUSINESS ...VENTURE. 298
Bid to enjoy breakfast with Kim. 89
Big week in Big Apple; In association with Merseyside acme. 82
Big wins forsmall holders; Rural Affairs Editor Andrew Forgrave reports from the Royal Welsh Smallholder and Garden Festival. 1080
Blue to wage ksar wars. 351
Bowdon late win shocks Bootle; LOCAL CRICKET. 398
BOXING: Hatton reveals his Olympic regret. 323
Boxing: Hatton's big regret. 159
By invitation only; Style City/people. 367
Carriage driving out in force; For farmers and everyone who cares about the countryside. 144
Catering for your every need; Spotlight on Maghull. 247
City MP elected to Commons role as 'transport champion'. 219
City's Davies sets sights on former Rover Jones. 279
Climb in style; Spotlight on West Derby. 372
Closure marks end of an era; WALES. 222
College serves the community; Spotlight on Knowsley Community College. 413
Conservatives lose out in Wirral; Labour and Lib-Dems link up. 414
country DIARY. 245
Credit crunch hitting workforces. 231
Cricket: Bopara reconsiders IPL decision. 350
Cricket: Kiwi Bracewell laughs off workmanlike tag. 168
Cricket: Old Trafford return excites spin doctor. 612
Cycling: Lloyd's in form for Welsh RR. 186
DAILY POST YOUR VOICE IN WALES Ambulance claim levels far too high. 431
Dead girl's parents on charge of neglect. 305
Develop a rewarding career as a warden. 522
Digital film choice. 448
Dumped table is sold for pounds 40,000. 334
Dying man, 26, meets PM; WALES. 264
Dying plea to PM for donor mission plan; Ex-Mersey student's bone marrow quest. 528
Eight-time tumour survivor's all clear. 331
Enhance the look of your home with help from curtain experts; Spotlight on Walton. 234
Enjoy a brighter outlook; Spotlight on Tuebrook & Anfield. 259
Events marketing group defies financial downturn; Cheshire firm in line for best-ever year In association with Merseyside acme. Industry overview 388
Everton scoop title beating rivals Liverpool. 130
Everything to get you mobile; Spotlight on Old Swan. 275
Ex-CID man faces sex trade charges. 571
Experian optimistic. 117
Fashion we could all Carrie off; Fashion Victim. 473
Father shot twice in Tesco car park; Man's daughter, 7, screamed for help. 506
Fight for freedom. 95
Find your ideal place to live; Spotlight on Property. 534
Fine song. 87
Firm can help you cut your tax bills; Spotlight on Maghull. Company overview 345
Firm has flooring needs covered; Spotlight on Walton. 368
Football: Beating United 'key to success next season'. 696
Football: Blow for Morris as hosts face islanders; FOUR NATIONS SEMI-PRO. 323
Football: BLUE WATCH - Big guns await. 116
Football: BLUE WATCH - Perfect send-off for Mr Consistent. 511
Football: Devils' Russian Roulette glory; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE FINAL United seal crown with penalty shoot-out drama FERGIE'S MEN SECURE EURO TITLE COMMENT. 1215
Football: Goodison cash boost as United secure shoot-out win in Moscow. 206
Football: Ince junior has joined Anfield Academy. 229
Football: Kuyt confident of making Dutch cut. 240
Football: Liverpool slap pounds 16m price tag on Alonso; Juventus are warned that midfielder won't go cheap. 554
Football: OLSON IN BLUES CLAIM. 358
Football: Olsson eyes 'dream move' to Everton. 458
Football: Owain set for Prem? 113
Football: We're on United's heels claims Rafa. 670
Free our mail. 202
Free school travel bid for region's children; Merseytravel unveils pioneering scheme EXCLUSIVE. 613
Funeral of tragic boy found hanged. 129
Get your children on the move; Spotlight on Maghull. 265
Get your garden ready for its summer outing; Spotlight on Bootle. 205
Giving your child the confidence to succeed. 334
Glam struggle as Sales cashes in; POST SPORT FOCUS ON CRICKET. Financial report 332
Golf: 'Duel in the Sun' venue set to be sold to Dubai firm. 274
Golf: Evans in final day heartache. 293
Golf: Resurgent Rose hailing the rise of European Tour. 382
Golf: Shacklady out to make it third time lucky. 568
Gosden unearths Oaks hopeful as Goodwood pays tribute to Everton legend Ball. 251
Great designers at low prices. 108
Historic park has something for all; Spotlight on West Derby. 327
Homes rental demand holds up. 150
Horse Racing: Blue to wage Ksar wars. 330
Horses to teach pupils a lesson; Riding stars launch school days. 309
How bone marrow is collected. 112
IN BRIEF: 'I don't want F1 war with Mosley'. 108
IN BRIEF: Cipriani released from hospital. 91
IN BRIEF: Keeper Kirkland commits to Wigan. 93
IN BRIEF: Let a child die advert did not breach rules. 106
IN BRIEF: Ranieri fulsome in praise of Sven. 93
IN BRIEF: Rivals welcome Hair back to fold. 83
IN BRIEF: Tobago game on. 88
IN BRIEF: Tottenham deny Eto'o interest. 90
Irresponsible. 168
It was fate that won us the cup, claims Ferguson; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE FINAL. 799
It's the place to be pampered. 505
Juve told to cough up pounds 16m for Xabi. 484
KEY Events; THE ARTS EDITOR'S PICK OF THE DAY Philip Key's 08 Culture Diary. 213
Kitching dismayed with time despite winning; LOCAL ATHLETICS. 333
Letter: VIEWPOINT - MY SHOUT. 461
Letter: VIEWPOINT - Not again. 225
Letter: VIEWPOINT - Remember Tories. 203
Letter: VIEWPOINT - Right to life. 194
Letter: VIEWPOINT - Take note of the vicar's wisdom. 177
Liverpool film chief attacks 'US nonsense' UK must look to itself for ideas. 458
Liverpool's Sankey takes half marathon crown. 516
Living it up with... Style City/people Gill Segar, 45, visual display manager at David M Robinson, jewellers. 271
LONDON MARKET; In association with BUSINESS ...VENTURE. 284
Long-term landscape guardians. 198
LOOKING BACK. Theater review 80
Lost DNA disc rap. 131
Love conquers all. 98
Make them pay. 171
Manager shows he is still at his peak; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE FINAL. 296
Milestone for pounds 55m road work. 215
Minister shrugs off rail track appeal. 149
Missing OAP home at last. 172
More land for food, Future Farmers urge. 341
More than 150 jobs to go as Flexsys closes; WALES Cheap imports blamed for move. 392
Mother caught fiddling benefits. 144
Motor Racing: Hamilton has no regrets over Monaco fury. 395
Motor Racing: Runner-up made me better racer; FORMULA ONE. 392
Much more than sheds; Spotlight on Bootle. 238
Murder trial jury retire for third day. 97
Musical 'rebels' line up for the great Cavern Sound City debate; In association with Merseyside acme. 204
NEW BODY BLOW FOR AREA; WALES. 93
New hate crime centres are set up. 166
New retail director to push Wynnstay forward. 270
news QUIZ. 95
Northern Rock adds pounds 92bn to public debt. 418
Officer accused of assault on driver. 181
ON THIS DAY IN ... 108
Open vineyards. 115
OPINION: When sub-contractors design or write for you, the issue of copyright can become 'dangerous' In association with Merseyside acme. 300
Our fabulous favourites; Style City/cool With 94 episodes over six stunning series, SATC has given us many magical moments. Here, some Liverpool ladies tell Emma Johnson why they mean so much. 951
out and ABOUT: Capital angling. 90
out and ABOUT: Puffin cruises. 92
Parking facts. 130
Pat Wisniewski; OBITUARY. 379
Patronising. 111
Physio clinic makes all the right moves. 333
Pick the perfect patio style for your home; Gabrielle Fagan looks at ways of making the most of your garden. 1683
Plenty of places to shop till you drop; Spotlight on Crosby. 388
Pole position to keep us all in clove. 573
Police accuse Smith of betrayal. 229
Pool workers back in deep end after tiling blunder; Too few lanes in pounds 2m Oval refurbishment. 428
POST PUZZLER: 50 for fun; Phil Brown's trivia quiz. 1372
pounds 5,000 to help protect bee stocks. 324
QUIZ CHALLENGE. 85
Raise a glass for a great cocktail. 92
Relief as Wales can keep subsidy system to 2014; CAP 'health check' allows flexibility. 441
Republic of Garston becomes a reality; Philip Key's 08 Culture Diary. 470
Rigid rules for battling ridgers. 335
Round UP: Aid for fishing. 95
Round UP: Bone clues may point to killing. 84
Round up: Dams fine idea. 87
Round UP: Winehouse gig. 83
roundUP. 199
Royal seal of approval for Capital of Culture; Queen and Duke in Liverpool. 377
Rugby Union: Agar is relishing challenge at Hull; RUGBY LEAGUE. 355
Rugby Union: Duffy delight at England tour inclusion. 335
Rugby Union: WRU hunt for Davies successor. 182
Sales hold firm in tough conditions; In association with BUSINESS ...VENTURE. 120
Shake-up call in contract deals. 387
Shell PR contract win 'coup' In association with Merseyside acme. 100
SHINING TSARS; Red Devils triumph in Moscow thriller CHAMPIONS LEAGUE FINAL. 343
Sir Tom bows out as Tesco pots Dobbies; In association with BUSINESS ...VENTURE. 148
Smith ridiculed by police over pay 'betrayal'. 369
Spectacular arch greets visitors to Ness. 180
SPIN CITY; Monty hoping for same again in Manchester POST SPORT FOCUS ON CRICKET. 676
Sun shines on top dogs at Bala. 200
Suspended executive returns to work. 80
THE DAILY POST & YOU. 134
The icing on your celebration; Spotlight on Walton. 230
The missing link; MARK THOMAS TRUST THE POST. 454
There is an alternative; Spotlight on Walton. 249
There's plenty to do up North. 505
THOUGHT for the DAY. 187
Tile your home in style; Spotlight on Old Swan. 241
TV-sparked produce mart to continue. 130
Uncaring council. 192
Victors to net pounds 85m; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE FINAL. 110
Vintage machinery expert Harry joins tractor run to aid show. 200
Waiting on success; Michelle Rushton meets KELLY CHAPMAN, entrepreneur, Waiter 2 U in association with fish4jobs. 446
Wales bluetongue vaccination 'within weeks'. 412
WALES: 'I'd just asked her to marry me' GRIEVING FIANCe TELLS OF HOLIDAY TRAGEDY .... less than an hour later bride-to-be died in his arms after fall. 528
WALES: Ambulance payouts to hit pounds 6.5m; Personal injury complaints top claims against Trust. 227
WALES: Award for fundraiser. 129
WALES: Bob's bus ride leads to police search. 87
WALES: Call for action on Welsh fuel costs. 176
WALES: Cash crisis puts our children's education at risk; Minister slammed over funding. 498
WALES: Champion will help protect NHS staff. 242
WALES: Child's costume was choke risk; Woolworths supplier fined over kids garment CLOTHING SAFETY CASE. 537
WALES: Consultation on shake-up of sixth form. 199
WALES: Disabled ramble on the wild side. 94
WALES: Drug raids result in 11 arrests; NARCOTICS CRACKDOWN. 350
WALES: Factory fire 'avoidable' Company admits failing to keep its systems safe. 467
WALES: Gr8 news for young txtrs. 104
WALES: Hart gives NHS supertrust the green light; Healthcare areas to join forces. 339
WALES: Labour in talks on future of ex-leader. 225
WALES: Morgan snaps up eisteddfod double. 718
WALES: Morgan's VAT plea for dental health. 139
WALES: Night out at the theatre is Fairgame. 144
WALES: Plea to cut gorse fires. 98
WALES: Row over university funds gap. 230
WALES: SHELLING OUT; Cocklers must pay pounds 1,000 for Dee licence. 454
WALES: Students go to the top for charity. 161
WALES: THE MOMENT CHINA SHOOK; JUDY'S AMAZING FOOTAGE OF EARTHQUAKE. 453
WALES: Time capsule buried on Snowdon. 249
WALES: Water firm denies sewage breach. 117
WALES: Woman cut free after car crash. 177
Warhol screen tests at new Bluecoat exhibition; Philip Key's 08 Culture Diary. 291
We are the champions; Fans suffer nervous night ...but it's all worth while. 487
What a Carrie on; Laura Davis shows you how to get the Sex and the City style on a budget fashion. 392
Which Sex and the City girl are you? Style City/quiz Most of us can identify with the four main characters - but which one are you most like? Laura Davis reports. 995
Wines to suit all tastes; Spotlight on Crosby. 268
Writers take stage for festival; Philip Key's 08 Culture Diary. 161
Yacht club delight over Duke visit. 118
Young gamers bring a touch of culture to city mystery. 323
Your Stars. 800
Zen/Asian-inspired. 219

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