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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (September 2, 2008)

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'Half stock will be jabbed at most' FARM & COUNTRY Alarm bells ring over bluetongue 'apathy'. 456
3 arrests in armed robbery inquiry; WALES. 259
Actress to focus on being a mother. 172
Adhesive cause of boat blast; WALES. 175
Age linked to disorder. 81
Athletics: Lee leads Eryri into fell-racing third spot. 397
Athletics: Search on for new athletics boss. 310
Baby shot with airgun dies in hospital. 137
Barcodes for IVF parents. 384
Barnett puts in Rock solid show for second. 645
Benn goes to war on conflicts abroad; Ex-MP attacks Nato 'expansion'. 535
Bennett calls time; RUGBY LEAGUE. 357
Berbatov finally gets his United dream. 339
Bid rumours over RSA push up share price; Insurance speculation rife In association with BUSINESS VENTUER. 310
Body of youngster found in the sea; WALES. 278
Bosses' pounds 3m pensions unscathed. 179
Brave Shelby's walk for town's clubs; WALES. 126
Builders prepare giant cruise liner for the seas. 239
But is Brunstrom 'going to need a bigger boat'? 647
Buyout opens way to growth. 436
Careless drivers could face jail. 114
Carole Atkinson discusses the sensitive area of child contact after relationship breakdown; OPINION. 214
Cathedral still-life display explores contemplation; 08 Culture Diary. 281
Celtic coach attacked after Rangers clash. 248
Charity bid to fill houses; WALES. 286
Charity pilot to reach for the skies in record bid; Six-mile high target for air show microlight. 471
Chelsea's Robinho bid hijacked. 162
Chemicals firm in management buyout; In association with BUSINESS VENTURE. 245
Chester hospital at centre of documentary on childbirth. 211
City inspired true eccentric; Tributes to former director at Everyman. Obituary 510
City's new owners are ready to spend. 423
CLEAN UP YOUR ACTS; WALES Hospitals' cleanliness judged sub-standard. 498
Company fined for shopper's injuries. 158
Cricket: Amla taking advantage of call up; ENGLAND SEEKING A WHITEWASH. 246
CRICKET: Coach lauds return of hungry star. 661
CRICKET: Emerging Croft honing his craft. 444
Cricket: Fred's boost; Moores delighted to have Flintoff back firing. 952
Cricket: Hall grab final spot; WELSH CUP. 125
Cricket: Promotion challenge heats up for Chirk; NORTH WALES LEAGUE. 284
CRICKET: Shazzard shines as Rainhill edge it over Alder. 141
DAILY POST: If crime and economy are linked, what is the plan? 529
Darling talking economy down says Cameron; Tories quick to seize on Chancellor's comments. 507
Deeside the top college in Wales; WALES. 211
Despair after latest allotment attack. 152
Dewsnip delighted as Everton hit back; ACADEMY FOOTBALL EVERTON. 340
Donkey Del Boy is UK's finest trotter; WALES Gentle giant offers best beach ride in Britain. 449
Els makes his move in Boston; IN BRIEF. 103
Energy crisis will send your council tax bills soaring; WALES EXCLUSIVE Huge rises to cover cost of heating offices and schools. 607
EU stops short of Russia sanctions. 207
EU stops short of Russia sanctions. 170
Everton fans plan vote of no confidence in board; Small investors want to force second EGM. 517
Evolution plan as Collins exits; IN BRIEF. 87
Figures fuel recession worries. 214
Finer bags to beat rise. 80
Firefighter games ready to end on a high note; England leads the medals table as countries unite for grand finale. 372
Flash BACK: Happiest days; Back to the classroom: As pupils and staff return to school this week after the summer holidays, we bring back some memories from past lessons. 227
Flintshire edged out in County meeting. 286
food & drink: Jody won't duck festival challenge; Thrilled contest winner gets stage spot. 517
food & drink: Unique Welsh whisky expression. 315
Football: Aintree Villa lead the pack as manager wins award; AMATEUR FOOTBALL. 623
Football: Azer for the taking! red EYE. 176
Football: City come in with late Robinho bid. 232
Football: City sold off as Mark aims high. 659
Football: Credit crunch is having no effect on the big boys; red EYE. 404
Football: Dragons hoping to down the Brewers. 890
Football: Finnan to deliver at Espanyol says Paco. 241
Football: Lampard calling for fans' backing. 307
Football: Lions roar back but lose the battle; Houlihans B'head Sunday AMATEUR FOOTBALL. 334
Football: Moyes can't hope to compete against his rivals on or off the field. 635
Football: Poulton Royal hit by first defeat; AMATEUR FOOTBALL. 385
Football: Revival is under way as Roma climb table; AMATEUR FOOTBALL. 628
Football: Riera appears miles better. 277
Football: Riera will be right at home in Prem - Rafa. 669
Football: Scotland manager is excited by Miller. 260
Football: Stoke joy as Danny joins old friends; TRANSFER ROUND-UP. 401
Football: Torres ruled out of United meeting. 310
Football: Tosh has to do without skipper Bell. 784
Football: Warning bell chimes as Belfry hand out drubbing; AMATEUR FOOTBALL. 251
Forgotten gem on show at the Unity; 08 Culture Diary Liverpool 08. 434
Giant new cruise liner prepares to float for first time. 258
Golf northwest: Carr revs up his drive to top with Cheshire title; Practice pays dividends as Heswall player claims biggest prize. 597
Golf northwest: Dougherty's pride at braveheart battle for cup spot. 460
Golf northwest: Helsby is making rapid progress. 272
Golf: Alliance ready to welcome top lady players. 298
Golf: Capper's trump card in a season of progress. 332
Golf: Captains making capital for charity. 143
Golf: Faldo faith; Nick backs wild card Poulter to deliver. 540
GOLF: Faldo remains confident over Poulter inclusion. 390
Golf: IN BRIEF - FREE golf at Grand National. 103
Golf: Kenwright lands Mere Trophy with flying finish. 156
Golf: Lynn is in news - not just selling it! 208
Golf: Monty: I expected snubbing. 342
Golf: Son returns to continue Large Allerton dynasty. 444
Golf: Trust day fit for king. 98
Golf: Turner weathering storm to keep new club on course. 749
Golf: Wilson is courting charity success. 132
Hall stars at live TV Lottery ceremony. 152
Head from Brown's school to stand for Labour. 134
Horse Racing: Beavor can reign Supreme. 333
Hunger wins again. 92
Hurricane weakens as it strikes the US Gulf coast; Mayor warns flooding still a danger as winds batter New Orleans. 622
I got the help I needed to get off benefits and back into work. 186
I've nothing against our police chief being a master of mischief. 759
If you've got money you should spread around like manure and make things grow. 604
IN BRIEF: Cousin is a Tiger. 83
IN BRIEF: Fourth man on terrorism plot charge. 91
IN BRIEF: Keegan lands Spanish striker. 90
IN BRIEF: McCartney back at Sunderland. 89
IN BRIEF: Railway line man airlifted. 83
IN BRIEF: Slowing down. 80
Jobs boost joy for language center; WALES Millions poured in to create 27 new posts. 451
Keeper calamity sees Liverpool lose out; ACADEMY FOOTBALL LIVERPOOL. 361
KEY Events; THE ARTS EDITOR'S PICK OF THE DAY. 220
Kilheeney late show earns point for Port. 168
Lampard makes plea to England fans for unity. 288
Law firm helps TA soldiers get new HQ; Legal advice for deal with Tesco. 447
Lawn Tennis: I'm getting stronger all the time - Murray; TENNIS: US OPEN. 531
Lawn Tennis: Nadal answers Querrey comeback. 409
Lawyers are urged to nominate themselves for national awards. 181
Leader of Japan resigns a year in. 178
Letter: City's brain drain. 132
Letter: Cultural overspill. 189
Letter: Games for a laugh. 102
Letter: Pancake minds. 101
Letter: Panic reactions. 212
Letter: Pensioners ripped off. 233
Letter: Put tribalism aside. 123
Letter: School day trippers. 87
Letter: Sporting chance. 146
Letter: VIEWPOINT - Big question. 361
Letter: VIEWPOINT - Cold comfort. 96
Letter: VIEWPOINT - In the pink. 111
Letter: VIEWPOINT - Proud of our musical youth. 123
Letter: VIEWPOINT - Railway firms are passing the buck. 287
Lion hunt; britain ROUND-UP. 99
LIVERPOOL DAILY POST: Another boost for growing city. 312
London exchange woos traders; In association with BUSINESS VENTURE. 170
LONDON MARKET; In association with BUSINESS VENTURE. 350
Marine park plan for waterfront; pounds 1.9m project to boost docklands' visitor appeal. 751
Minister's campaign for an end to sick-note culture; Job hunting to be a condition for benefits. 457
MOMENT I SAW MY WIFE FALL TO HER DEATH; Husband watches in horror as she plunges off cliff in holiday tragedy. 81
Montgomerie admits missing out was to be expected. 175
Moore set to offer youngsters chance; JOHNSTONE'S PAINT TROPHY TRANMERE v ACCRINGTON STANLEY, 7PM. 664
Mother dumped court papers. 247
Moyes in dash for Standard Liege ace. 643
Moyes seals deal for Fellaini; Midfielder Goodison-bound along with Saha and Nash. 715
Murdered youth stabbed 12 times; Teenager charged with killing. 321
New boy Taylor to make big impression. 214
news QUIZ. 102
Nigerian signs for Linnets. 110
Not sun seekers but value seekers; WALES. 188
Nurse accused over toddler; WALES. 219
OBITUARY: Harold Ackroyd. 399
Parents told how to keep children away from gangs; City one of four pilot areas for booklet. 402
Patrol to land supreme prize. 324
Pedalling backwards. 414
Plea for unity as Gustav hits America. 211
Police in the clear over shooting; WALES. 195
pounds 400,000 a year 'would be nice'. 167
QUIZ CHALLENGE. 95
Radio station's Absolute change. 106
Respect set for Sprint; RACING. 270
Revealed: lorry cab which took away haul of stolen cigarettes. 171
Riera appears miles better. 253
Riera can make impact, says Benitez. 655
Rovers hope reductions will swell support. 191
Rugby League: Shoulder injury is the end for Mike. 166
Sad end for a beautiful animal as whale washes up on Formby beach. 107
Sale and rent-back option in mortgage rescue plan; Housing association role in new scheme. 372
School swap for court fight Sikh; WALES. 188
Search for man, 40; WALES. 92
Sister tells of twin's 'feud' with alleged killer's family; Jury hears of conflict between women. 501
Soon, they'll put a Primus stove on the floor and start a fry-up. 793
Still bringing light into children's lives; As we look forward to celebrating Roald Dahl Day on September 13, Emma Pinch looks at the author's gift to children and parents in Liverpool. 925
Stretched Everton seem to be running out of chances. 584
Stunning voice of Karen Matheson; 08 Culture Diary. 199
Surrey targeting Shoaib for rescue; IN BRIEF. 92
Taxi driver jailed for 'using car as weapon' Passenger badly injured. 461
Tesco in the clear over Legion bug outbreak; WALES. 329
The obese 13-yr-olds going back to school in 44-inch trousers; FAT NATION... OUR BIG PROBLEM WALES. 666
THOUGHT for the DAY. 210
TIME OUT: LOOKING BACK. 81
TIME OUT: QUIZ CHALLENGE. 95
Top vet pleads for farmers to act; FARM & COUNTRY. 242
Tories' pounds 2m tax break revealed. 140
Torres set to miss clash with United. 374
Toyota to lose Rich; MOTORSPORT. 81
United burn midnight oil. 229
Unusual chance to get closer to flying mammals. 257
WALES: Anger at bid to reopen quarry; Owners want to sell site as going concern. 320
WALES: Anglers to get new web service. 282
WALES: Bereaved families take MoD to court. 155
WALES: BUILDERS STEP IN WITH A NEW WENDY HOUSE. 336
WALES: Closures spark fear of Post Office plot; Back door tactics denied as second branch shuts without any notice SAVE OUR POST OFFICES. 657
WALES: Cricketer's new walk for cancer charity. 207
WALES: Feedback wanted. 129
WALES: Gobbledygook; Sign cock-ups are 'abuse' of our language MORE BILINGUAL BLUNDERS. 491
WALES: Invest cash now in crypto works. 291
WALES: Justice Awards launched. 94
WALES: Merged school ready to open. 274
WALES: New bishop elected in St David's. 339
WALES: Nordic walking day out. 144
WALES: Organic farm lands top food prize. 242
WALES: Poet meets readers. 106
WALES: Pregnant woman hurt in car crash. 83
WALES: Third body found in mansion ashes; Corpse feared to be that of couple's teenage daughter. 451
WALES: Touring exhibition of wall to wall art. 341
WALES: TRIBUTES FLOOD IN. 107
WALES: What am! going to do without her? HEARTBREAK AFTER WIFE'S CLIFF PLUNGE. 442
We need cash for curriculum; Heads in warning over early education revamp WALES. 532
We'll bring back Paralympic medal in memory of coach; WALES. Obituary 244
Weakened storm hits New Orleans; Millions flee before Hurricane Gustav heads towards US. 603
What a web this artist weaves. 135
Woman critical after 30ft plunge. 223
Women hurt; britain ROUND-UP. 82
Your guide to transfers made yesterday ahead of midnight deadline. 278
Your Stars. 796

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