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

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A painful memory of the bad old days. 262
Aber held at death; WELSH PREMIER LEAGUE. 171
Airport plan; britain ROUND-UP. 84
Alitalia may stop flying; world ROUND-UP. 95
Army has not learned on Deepcut; Father's anger after death. 458
Bala given a fright in Alliance Cup comp; LOCAL FOOTBALL AND DAVIS CUP CYMRU ALLIANCE. 235
Blame game; LOCAL FOOTBALL AND DAVIS CUP TENNIS: DAVIS CUP Lloyd takes responsibility for defeat. 458
Brothers regain control of stricken city brewery; New owners to keep company a going concern. 499
Brown faces fresh windfall tax woe; Union urges new move on energy profits. 432
Bubble bursts at Anfield; Shine knocked off United victory as a stubborn Stoke Benitez's keep Liverpool at bay. 1290
Byrom rushed to hospital after conference address. Conference news 259
Caravanners just keep rolling along; Culture Diary. 386
Chance to burn your song onto CD; Culture Diary. 222
Churches unite to get more people back in the pews for Sunday services. 194
City 'well-placed' in race for Chinese investment; Delegates visit Shanghai. 470
Cops' spy fear; britain ROUND-UP. 101
Cricket: Desperate Dragons fall some way short. 262
DAILY POST YOUR VOICE IN WALES: Complacency at top level over knives. 417
Doctor wins right to return to work; Claims made after watching TV interview. 314
Ensuring the future of the Planet for all. 688
Family fled haunted home. 109
Family's joy as fall girl goes home. 106
Father dies in house shooting; britain ROUND-UP. 108
Fergie: United should've gone for the jugular; PREMIER LEAGUE. 198
FIGHTBACK; Cahill and Osman rescue the Blues from Tiger attack. 411
Food festival ends on high at Hope Street spectacular; Thousands attend event. 411
Football: Benitez calls for an improvement. 559
Football: Hughes says he'll be given time. 316
Furlong hat-trick is tonic for Town boss; WELSH PREMIER LEAGUE. 587
Furyk magnanimous over US victory. 242
Gardens rebuild would be the ultimate legacy of European Capital of Culture. 248
Golf: Faldo's flops; USA wrestle back Ryder Cup in real style GOLF: RYDER CUP. 649
Halsey's Deva storm. 80
Holiday firm's profits jump as hard-hit families stay in UK. Financial report 265
Horse Racing: Smart's eyeing dual raid on Longchamp. 635
Hughes in raptures with City goal spree. 246
Innocent - but still on DNA database; Thousands of Merseysiders' genetic profiles kept on file. 1132
Jones joy as Cofis continue on track; LOCAL RUGBY UNION ROUND UP. 396
Kalou rescues point and foils the Red Devils. 884
KEY Events; THE ARTS EDITOR'S PICK OF THE DAY Culture Diary. 244
Lawn Tennis: Lloyd accepts the blame for Great Britain relegation. 320
Letter: Better at home. 198
Letter: Cauldron of woe. 274
Letter: Depressing. 155
Letter: I'm a believer. 123
Letter: Natural justice. 108
Letter: No laughing matter. 180
Letter: Non-event. 190
Letter: Officers must be accountable. 333
Letter: Safety must be top priority. 292
Letter: Startling image. 105
Letter: Symbols of greed. 175
Letter: Unacceptable risk. 156
Little's at a loss to explain Jekyll and Hyde nature. 746
LIVERPOOL DAILY POST: DNA database safeguards vital. 307
Liverpool's hidden botanical gems; Will a Capital of Culture project save Liverpool's amazing Botanic Gardens collection and revive its lost worldwide reputation? 1314
Look hard at bonuses. 82
LOU'S MY KEY MAN; Goodison boss hails Saha impact PREMIER LEAGUE. 534
Man who said 'abandon Liverpool' set to visit city; EXCLUSIVE Thinktank report author ready for cathedral debate. 484
Mbeki resigns; world ROUND-UP. 80
Mensa brains visit city. 120
Mine reveals giant gem secret. 126
Mold stay top after blitzing Llanidloes; LOCAL RUGBY UNION ROUND UP. 258
Moonlight looks set to shine. 467
Moonlight set to shine. 290
Moyes hails Saha's impact in fightback; French striker can be key figure at Goodison after making debut in draw. 556
Noble looking to avenge bitter defeat. 247
Not the right time. 477
OBITUARY: Harry Challenor. 402
Older workers hard hit in jobs slowdown; in association with 396
ON THIS DAY IN ... 131
One game at a time for Pwllheli; LOCAL RUGBY UNION ROUND UP. 342
Park is back to historic best; pounds 2.7m renewal finished. 358
Parry saves Bay from heavier loss; LOCAL FOOTBALL AND DAVIS CUP. 248
Pay for goods and prove your age with new card; Double-use ID launched after successful trials. 385
Poor judgement is costing Cefni wins; LOCAL RUGBY UNION ROUND UP. 629
pounds 3.8m to keep young off the streets. 251
prem ROUND-UP: Bolton simply brushed aside. 162
prem ROUND-UP: Chopra double. 102
prem ROUND-UP: Derby delight. 127
prem ROUND-UP: Ramos on rack. 112
prem ROUND-UP: Villa is a killer says boss Ince. 170
prem ROUND-UP: Zola off to flier. 140
Rugby League: Leeds can set up a re-match-Wellens. 694
Runaway Rhyl are denied by Neath; WELSH PREMIER LEAGUE. 223
Saha inspires a battle as Blues claw it back in the Tigers' lair. 1160
Sharp's double sinks the Nomads; WELSH PREMIER LEAGUE. 276
Singer Michael in drug toilet arrest. 288
SINNERS AND THE SAINT; A Gray day for woeful Dragons as teen ace St Aimie strikes twice. 1266
Six Britons hurt in suicide blast; Brown vows to continue terror fight. 455
Steam rail giant restored to glory. 122
TA veteran, 103, celebrates territorials' centenary at military show. 214
Tev won't go to City. 92
The king who hopes to grow and prosper; ONE OF WORLD'S FINEST ACTORS BACK WHERE IT ALL BEGAN Pete Postlethwaite tells Vicky Anderson why he's glad to be back in Liverpool - but doesn't know why he returned. 1101
The Ting Tings/Liverpool Carling Academy; MUSIC Culture Diary. 353
THOUGHT for the DAY. 197
Toner's late strike earns Saints vital point; WELSH PREMIER LEAGUE. 223
Torres to recapture his form says Riera. 602
Torres will be back to scoring best - Riera. 750
Town twinning Celebrations. 148
WALES: Airbus shows how it should be done; LABOUR PARTY CONFERENCE 2008 'Example of Assembly working with Parliament to bring in jobs'. Conference news 423
WALES: Butlins profits increase. 200
WALES: ChildLine helped ease the pain; Appeal to raise more funds. 493
WALES: Choirs to sing for top prize. 259
WALES: Drunken youths terrify OAPs. 359
WALES: Family trio on trek to the roof of the world. 233
WALES: Farm outbreak: Infected cattle pose little risk; Bluetongue stock escape slaughter. 371
WALES: Food and drink bonanza. 211
WALES: Llangollen railway group trims down diesel fleet. 346
WALES: Museum goes back in time. 140
WALES: OAPs forced to keep working; your MONEY. 393
WALES: Opinion swing on law powers; Public's anti-devolution attitudes are receding. 493
WALES: Petrol discount for rural motorists ruled out; LABOUR PARTY CONFERENCE 2008. Conference news 233
WALES: Pink Army is on march; Raising cash for cancer. 524
WALES: Police quiz driver over fatal crash; NEIGHBOURS SPEAK OF THEIR SHOCK AT DEATH. 454
WALES: Police to press for change in pay deals. 137
WALES: Pool fight gains a new ally; CAMPAIGN TO SAVE SWIMMING FACILITY. 474
WALES: Rescuers kept busy on warm weekend. 273
WALES: Rhian's on song as she scoops pounds 4,000 prize. 362
WALES: Schools to hire nurses. 333
WALES: Supporting democracy. 129
WALES: The word is, Max can finally read clearly. 316
WALES: To be told that you're too good is ridiculous; Schoolgirl to appeal against medal decision. 506
WALES: Town celebrates floral merit award. 396
WALES: Vicar's bravery medal for sale. 342
Whisper it soft but has Torres lost his touch? 667
World's bird numbers declining. 88

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