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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (October 3, 2008)

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Title Author Type Words
'No sign' of a broken Britain. 193
A perfect recipe for business success. 290
A warm welcome as QE2 pays final visit. 461
Actors in the political game? Enough said; EVEN OUR VERY OWN ALUN FFRED HAS BEEN AT IT. 391
Also showing. 194
Art faithful flock to church; Religious setting for Biennial exhibition. 454
Athletics: Promising teens get a chance to impress. 434
BID chief quits for Chester challenge; pounds 90k to head Renaissance. 381
Blair quits as Met chief; 'BORIS TOLD ME HE WANTS CHANGE OF LEADERSHIP'. 581
BOOK IT NOW Sharleen Spiteri at Venue Cymru. 283
Boss to pump in pounds 750,000 loan. 408
Boxing: I'll quit if Monte is too much. 232
Boxing: IN BRIEF - Haye ready to test his mettle. 95
Bullish Benitez aims to conquer all-comers. 459
Call for school bullies to say sorry. 292
Cayless poised to make Final comeback. 167
CD review. 399
Chester's special offer for Paint tie. 257
City free. 98
Classical. 491
Clegg joins calls for high-speed rail link to NW; Lib-Dem leader in region to launch petition. 396
Contract conclusion will ease lingering fears of the faithful; UEFA Cup Comment. 892
Cycling: IN BRIEF - Armstrong won't agree to re-test. 92
DAILY POST: Variations in local services actually show system works. 365
days out: Wonder wood; Getting in amongst the trees. 884
Dragons have found the right man; DAWN OF A NEW ERA AT THE RACE COURSE COMMENT. 185
Draw sees women into Euros. 154
DVD view. 446
Enterprise centre for women closer; City council to pledge pounds 500k funding. 437
EU heads in emergency financial crisis summit; But no plans for European banks bail-out. 422
European exit won't force Moyes out; Everton manager confident of his Goodison future amid Liege defeat. 841
Ex-Rover may face old club. 750
Fab given first hand taste of star SWP; UEFA CUP. 378
Football: Collins is fired up to face Gunners. 177
Football: Drog back within weeks. 217
Football: Hands off; Dirk: Cash rich City won't lure Stevie. 688
Football: Rafa: We can beat anyone. 373
Football: Rhyl test will be biggest game in Castell's history; premier NEWS. 657
Football: Toon are kept in the know by Joe. 431
Football: Yildirim claims he is joining the Devils. 413
Friend to the stars; theatre Neil reunites old pals for Cavern gig. 300
Garnett: We didn't do enough to win the game. 158
Gerrard's stock at least is rising for Rafa; But ace still won't be in favoured position off the FENCE ON LIVERPOOL. 710
Girls turn backs on world of science. 153
Globe actors hope to beat festival curse. 453
Godfather of modern architecture; An exhibition about controversial architect Le Corbusier has opened in Liverpool. Laura Davis takes a look exhibition Box office. 843
Golf: Flying finish lifts Harrington. 361
Gwyl Cerdd Dant rolls into the Pavilion; in association with DOC FICTORIA CATRNAFON Stena Line Making good time. 153
Horse Racing: IN BRIEF - Fortune picks up Arc ride on Bull. 94
Hospital walk-in centre secured. 121
I'll get this club playing in front of 16'000 again; DAWN OF A NEW ERA AT THE RACE COURSE. 1421
IN BRIEF: Banker murder charges. 83
IN BRIEF: Eight for Magpies. 92
IN BRIEF: Grim discovery. 83
IN BRIEF: Hughes praises City's Wright man. 93
IN BRIEF: Iwelumo handed Scotland call-up. 93
IN BRIEF: No bullying in boy's death. 100
IN BRIEF: Paedophile doctor escapes jail. 101
IN BRIEF: Saunders is new man at Wrexham. 83
IN BRIEF: Spurs 'job done'. 84
IN BRIEF: Three accused of attack on publisher. 91
Juande's relieved as Spurs sneak in; UEFA CUP. 272
Kuyt laughs off City talk to focus on title. 1164
Leahy tells how to survive economic downturn. 162
Letter: A few facts. 200
Letter: Bailed out. 148
Letter: Cost of powering down at night. 222
Letter: Disappointed. 126
Letter: Entertaining show. 90
Letter: Extreme measures. 164
Letter: Foreign energy. 157
Letter: Investment. 110
Letter: Lacking in passion. 177
Letter: Over-spending. 103
Letter: Over-spending. 100
Letter: So gullible. 126
Letter: Throw out the moronic fans. 359
LIVERPOOL DAILY POST: Victims of our past success? 343
Liverpool hit hard as house prices plunge; Report reveals 13% drop in home values. 630
Log on to 90
M&S denies 'short change'. 199
Madrid eye January move for Agger. 781
Marlon's on target; UEFA CUP. 139
Meet expectations. 468
Mersey police chief in the Met frame. 286
Mighty funny; TV's Mighty Boosh are thrilling many with tales from their surreal world. 927
Moss gives way as his heart rules over wallet; ON WREXHAM off the FENCE. 479
Mother denies perverting justice. 512
Motor Racing: IN BRIEF - Williams' faith. 84
Moyes must sign now or face the Blues; UEFA CUP FOR LACKLUSTRE BLUES. 505
New boss for 'shadow' authority. 162
New boss to join on two-year contract; WREXHAM FC. 401
New car engines for Deeside plant. 263
Night in hell leaves dark winter ahead. 1354
No slouches; music Young guns Enter Shikari hit the road again... 440
NOT UP TO STANDARD; UEFA CUP POOR START CONTINUE FOR LACKLUSTRE BLUES Everton's Euro dream goes up in smoke as Liege. 1201
NOW SHOWING; Music. 405
Oasis's new album is a genuine Gem; Soon music. 770
OBITUARY: Dame Maeve Fort. Obituary 390
ON EVERTON; off the FENCE. 156
ON THIS DAY IN ... 113
Paris unveiling for new BMW 3 Series; in association with fish4. 395
plugs& POINTS; in association with fish4. 395
pounds 150,000 plan to create a world city. 112
Ranger to take Park prize. 307
Rattle's second city homecoming; MUSIC RLPO/Rattle, Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool. 418
Records show BBC plans for nuclear war. 217
Reds' Agger tops Madrid wanted list. 369
Ref justice frustrates Blues boss; UEFA CUP. 265
Revisiting the past; THE BIG PICTURE. 492
ROLLING BACK THE YEARS; in association with DOC FICTORIA CATRNAFON Stena Line Making good time Gary takes you on a trip of musical memories CATRNAFON. 466
Rugby League: One more year for Saint Keiron. 629
Rugby League: St Helens land influential hooker for another season. 544
Rugby Union: Howley welcomes Springbok best. 273
SACKED DRUGS TEACHER FREE TO WORK AGAIN; Used heroin wraps found in school toilet wastebin. 83
SEE THIS Jeanette Orrell, Caernarfon. 100
SHAPE UP OR SHIP OUT; New boss Dean lays down law to the Dragons. 265
Show attracts 1,000 women in business. 135
Spanish style; in association with fish4. 560
The age of couch potatoes and TV dinners. 600
The eagle has landed again; A small but symbolic piece of American heritage returned to its Liverpool home this week. 1462
THOUGHT for the DAY. 224
Two accused of murder; britain ROUND-UP. 105
Wachman to ambush prize. 370
WALES: 'Dean can relight our Dragons' fire' Wrexham fans hail Wales legend as new manager. 584
WALES: 'I stupidly turned to drugs... I must live with it all my life' SACKED TEACHER ALLOWED TO WORK AGAIN. 748
WALES: 1,200 girls to receive anti-cancer jabs. 207
WALES: BABY BLUES; Tot named Eva-Toni-Ann by football fanatic dad. 340
WALES: Bourne sorry for Morgan 'dirty dossier' Tory attack got too personal, admits leader as row erupts. 536
WALES: Dangerous dog trial halted. 161
WALES: Delivery outfit bought by Brains. 165
WALES: Everyone knew my crazy American dad; DAUGHTER'S TRIBUTE TO 'INSPIRAT IONAL' CLIMBER. 379
WALES: Former head William dies at 88. Obituary 247
WALES: Great gran celebrates her 90th.. by roaring off on a Harley; SHE'S A REAL REVELLER. 194
WALES: Grieving parents' cops complaint. 177
WALES: Group's grant bid successful. 136
WALES: Island in Welsh food finals. 269
WALES: Jail for man who hid guns and drugs. 318
WALES: Man with serious injuries by chapel. 171
WALES: Molester on sex offender scheme. 274
WALES: More laid off at plastics plant. 236
WALES: Muggers made syringe threat; Shocked victim handed over cash and fled. 360
WALES: Narrow gauge railway warns of service cutbacks. 466
WALES: Not just any jobs's 100 M&S jobs; Retailer takes on more staff. 508
WALES: Parents prepare for the ordeal of Rhys murder trial. 243
WALES: Peace protester in court over tax. 254
WALES: Perfect puffin picture lands national prize for Richard. 223
WALES: Postcode lottery in Wales' public services revealed; Big differences for special needs, housing homeless and food safety. 494
WALES: Scientist can probe ocean depths. 162
WALES: Sons drag mum from flat blaze; Lucky to be alive, say firefighters who sound warning over cooking. 356
WALES: Terfel to start next year's Urdd. 186
WALES: Town's rise in crime prompts call for CCTV cameras. 244
WALES: Warning before airgun tragedy. 266
WALES: Woodland future open day. 126
WALES: You could face jail over pounds 41 handbag fraud; Woman bought Gucci bag on eBay and claimed it never came. 476
Water bills soaring upwards. 142
Welsh names getting lost in translation. 303
Wirral applauds Chinese 'coup' Leader eager to develop commercial links. 547
Would they make it so loverly? 133
Wreck confirmed as Fossett's plane. 264

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