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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (August 13, 2009)

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A Royal seal of approval. 190
Accidents are close to home. 155
African music sets rhythm at farm show. 196
Aled's all set for world record bid. 230
ALL SEALED WITH KISS; Back after six years... Alan can't hide joy: after interbreed sash for British Blue. 727
Autumn/winter fashion - ideal for summer; Fashion Victim Fashion Victim Emma Johnson thinks she needs help Emma Johnson thinks she needs help. 484
Back pains easing as Skrtel makes return; Benitez handed injury fillip ahead of Tottenham opener: Back pain eases as Skrtel makes come back. 558
Bala attack unfair; yourLETTERS. 230
Bank predicts 'slow' recovery. 95
Be a man, not a mouse. 573
Beatles still top the pops in the US. 188
Beauty/ win or bin? 199
Bike hate; yourLETTERS. 150
Birmingham set for new Chinese bid. 174
Blunder ends in pounds 32,000 apology. 146
Boy, 5, drowns at family gathering. 110
Bupa battles with effects of recession; In brief. 112
Burley not ready for an early exit; IN BRIEF. 84
Bus lane loophole. 94
Caernarfonshire complete clean sweep to claim title. 700
Cahill nets brace to defeat Ireland; IN BRIEF. 82
Car rolls on A55. 105
Care manager distress claim. 122
Cash aid to revive disused shops. 131
Chester station wins cash boost. 184
Christian charity; LETTERS to the EDITOR. Letter to the editor 102
City have League's support in battle. 170
City plans two new orchestras; Support grows for wind group and brass band. 358
City shipping giant hits pounds 1bn turnover milestone; Cash first as buoyant Bibby defies recession. 419
City slickers target top three; BANGOR CITY. 409
Civil engineers bullish as strong interim results drive up shares. Financial report 175
Claire Lewins is the commercial director at Redwood ethical printers; Living it up with... 284
Clean-up order; britain ROUND-UP. 90
Computer sparks pie factory blaze. 206
Conference coup great for city. Conference news 310
Confront favoured at Salisbury. 325
Coolant leak threatened pounds 10m of food. 269
Council's pounds 80k gym decision under fire. 251
Couple's killer writes book; MURDERER TO OFFER PROFITS TO THE FAMILY. 331
Court cuts fine for sculpture tragedy artist; IN BRIEF . 90
Crack down on biker offences; yourLETTERS. 163
Criminal madness; LETTERS to the EDITOR. Letter to the editor 151
Cymad in liquidation; Enterprise agency makes decision over pounds 200k debts. 525
Defoe spares England's blushes; INTERN'AL FRIENDLY. 251
Designs on fashion; Benna Harry, director and owner of 385
Dome of Home closure is 'null and void', says Vatican; Hopes rise that church may be re-opened. 416
Don't waste that hospital appointment; DAILY POST YOUR VOICE IN WALES. Editorial 363
Driver in protest over on spot fine. 166
Dry stone wall course added. 171
Duncan sorry for expenses outburst. 269
E.coli mum comes out of coma; 3-YR-OLD HIT BY SAME OUTBREAK RETURNS HOME. 541
eBay fraudster sold goods but didn't deliver; HE ADMITS SAT NAV AND PHONE SCAM. 311
Eunice Shriver; OBITUARY. Obituary 323
Ex-Everton footballer acquitted of pounds 1.7m VAT fraud. 327
Family win legal battle over pounds 165k in care fees; Son blames 'complex and unfair' system. 603
Fashion for the future; Dawn Collinson talks to Kirsty Doyle about the City show which will help launch the careers of young designers. 906
Fears grow for woman down a ditch; IN BRIEF . 111
Fellaini returning to full fitness; Moyes pleased with Fellaini fitness. 412
Fellaini's desperate for Blues comeback; Moyes delighted to see Fell back. 371
First time parents feeling isolated. 211
Flynn's fledglings pass a major test. 688
Football League backs Chester's bid for affiliation. 267
Football returns without winger or a prayer; BLUE WATCH MARK O'BRIEN - HE'S WORN OUT ALREADY. 431
Frustrated; LETTERS to the EDITOR. Letter to the editor 149
FSA waters down City pay curbs. 176
Get on your bike to back charity. 252
Girls behaving stylishly. 83
Grow up and try again; LETTERS to the EDITOR. Letter to the editor 437
Gun fired during pounds 40m gems raid. 193
Hardware store hoping for Rapid growth as new store opens for business. 214
Health van tours city. 154
Hear the Sound of the Suburbs. 162
Heart risk screening. 119
Helping graduates into TV. Conference notes 127
Here come the girls ... Gabrielle Fagan looks at a new book, showing how sisters are DIY-ing it for themselves. 1140
Historic site dig unearths ransacked Civil War home; Archaeologists hail ruin as 'significant' find. 475
Holidays in school time. 103
Holidays pick up. 95
Hospitals send reminder texts; MESSAGES BID TO CUT MISSED APPOINTMENTS. 463
Hostel girl was really a boy; world ROUND-UP. 102
How you can get on the road to a new career. 456
I IGNORED THE SIGNS; Hartson: It's a 'bloke thing'. 331
Illegal market sellers targeted. 118
Indecent image case. 80
Inglorious Twelfth; yourLETTERS. 204
IRB boss confident on Olympics; RUGBY UNION. 164
Izzard in quest to run the country; 'My feet are disintegrating'. 311
Jail for 'bat out of hell' cyclist. 158
JLA baggage strike will be 'indefinite' Union warning on all-out action. 471
Jobless level hits a 14-year high - with worse to come; 2.4m people out of work across the UK. 394
Kick off the season in style; Dawn Collinson finds this season's must-have items for the dedicated football fan. 433
Kittens in need of rehoming. 118
Labour Party signs up at Arena; Autumn political conference coup for waterfront venue: Conference coup as Labour come to city. 655
Laxman takes centre stage for Lancs. 634
Lindisfarne & the Alnwick Garden. 114
Look ... it's Lindsay Lo-tan. 83
Lucas confident he can fill Xabi's shoes. 494
Luxury is within reach; Sue Kelbrick visits a new-build where flexibility is key. 250
Marketeers can't rely on search engine optimisation alone to win new audiences. 349
Mersey ambulances are 'unclean' Patients 'at risk of infection' due to poor standards. 439
Merseyside pilots online aid for business growth; City's cultural legacy attracts Newcastle-based developer. 410
Monty's backing; Captain Colin confident of Euro USPGA winner. 445
Mothers jailed for printing fake cash; THEY MADE pounds 10 AND pounds 20 NOTES IN THEIR HOMES. 610
New bank pay code 'watered down'. 142
New prison plans thrown into doubt; JUSTICE MINISTRY STILL TO MAKE AN OFFER TO OWNERS. 480
North West Open titles for Booth and Jennings; LOCAL ATHLETICS. 301
ON THIS DAY IN ... 106
One death is too many says dad of tragic teen; FAMILY SLAM SWINE FLU ERROR: 'Call centres are for selling insurance... not diagnosis'. 370
Oxx doubts on weather; RACING. 146
Parents praise community centre plans in memory of Rhys. Obituary 157
Pervert on the run. 125
Pick of the day. 176
Pick of the day; THE ARTS EDITOR'S PICK OF THE DAY. 173
Pilot's amazing ocean escape. 493
POETRY READINGS Chapter and Verse Literary Festival/ Bluecoat, Liverpool. 306
Police arrest 15 over soccer clashes. 177
pounds 3,000 to catch railway vandals; REWARD FOR WRECKING BALL TRAIN ATTACKERS. 439
Premier league Post. 428
Radars used to cut back roadworks. 118
RAFA GETS BIG BOOST; Skrtel back to start new season: Benitez's boosted by Skrtel comeback. 476
Ramprakash declares he is ready for Ashes action; CRICKET. 494
Ramps would cherish a return in Ashes decider; CRICKET: THE ASHES. 357
Red Rose restrict Onions; COUNTY CRICKET. 257
Rollercoaster protester returns to ride in style; Families flock to Southport attraction to enjoy 'staycation'. 448
Rovers looking for Bain to bring a physical presence. 804
Ryder chairman stops in at Mold. 222
Scandal hit Quins hard, says Easter; RUGBY UNION. 128
Schools paid to get pupils walking; pounds 400k to reduce congestion. 242
Schumacher disappointed not to make return; MOTORSPORT. 253
Seasiders add some vital know-how; PRESTATYN T. 348
Seeds of optimism as jobless total falls; WALES BUCKS UK TREND AS 2,000 PEOPLE FIND WORK. 424
Shot fired in pounds 40m robbery; britain ROUND-UP. 167
Six of the best. 1036
Sparky to let Roque return at his speed. 201
Spuds bred to survive. 154
Stand to highlight EU policy at show. 153
Starring role for r Spanish fashion; Scarlett Johansson has helped Mango take leopard prints away from Lily Savage and give them back to the woman on the street. Emma Pinch reports. 452
Stella 'nude' scent label sparks legal fight. 191
Stronger signs of N Wales pick-up. 384
Stupid mistakes cost us admits Capello. 1091
Style City/people. 375
Sunshine show; Eglwysbach bounces back with a vengeance. 527
Surf's up for Guto's winning business idea. 271
Swine flu boost for hygiene products. 176
Taking the plunge. 234
THE DAILY POST & YOU. Editorial 134
This is my chance to impress, says Lucas. 481
Thompson jumps to double win in Bedford. 378
THOUGHT for the DAY. 216
Thousands of bikers set to join mass ride. 503
TNS. 165
Todd's in Number 7th heaven. 94
Toshack's defence; IN BRIEF. 84
Toshack's youngsters can't stand the heat in Podgorica; A kick in the Balkans as Wales suffer defeat. 817
Tributes to man killed in air crash. 193
True pedigree Hamlet actor a great Dane; THEATRE Hamlet/ St George's Hall Small Concert Room, Liverpool. 408
Turn yourself in plea made to paedophile; Fears pervert may be on local campsite. 235
US PGA quest begins; GOLF. 174
Vehicles stolen in key theft racket. 159
WAG must save us from damaging tax; SMALL HOLIDAY FIRMS COULD FACE CLOSURE. 541
WAG names council's new chief. 147
Warrington boost numbers ahead of Wembley; RUGBY LEAGUE. 268
We know Daniel is now with God; TOT IN POOL FALL DRAMA LOSES FIGHT FOR SURVIVAL. 351
We need new architecture. 151
We're just as STRONG this STRONG season says new gaffer; YOUR GUIDE TO THE NEW WELSH PREMIER SEASON. 671
Welsh workers earn below limit. 176
Worth the money; LETTERS to the EDITOR. Letter to the editor 99
Your Stars With Patrick Arundell. 677
Your Stars With PATRICKS ARRUNDEL. 677

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