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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (August 26, 2009)

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'I've never felt better going into a season' FOCUS ON N.WALES SNOOKER STAR: As he begins a new season in which he aims to make the world's top 16, North Walian Ricky Walden tells Ivan Hirschowitz how he to plans to build on the success of last year. 992
'No viable Vauxhall future without German funding' Analyst dismisses reports of 'freeze out'. 423
'Super-kettle' is land speed winner. 164
'Upturn' in firms recruiting HR roles. 198
150 EVACUATED IN TRAIN FIRE. 255
A man's plinth is his castle. 225
A young violinist of great distinction; Autism sufferer Alex, nine, practises his music for hours each day. 573
Accountant hoping for the wind to blow; Working day:. 515
Acknowledgements. 134
Advisers on growth trail; roundUP. 133
Alert for all-Wales seatbelt campaign. 258
Allardyce happy with job well done; . IN BRIEF. 92
Andre to sing at lunch for boxer Ali. 102
Anger at cancer drug denial. 151
Anger at crackdown on web DVD pirates. 419
Angry Rafa blasts his blunderers. 246
Another 200 banking jobs face axe. 222
Appeal for help tracing jewel thief. 205
Appeal over missing boy, 15. 250
Atgofion Bob Tairfelin; LLYTHYRAU. 110
Atgofion melys wrth fynd yn ol i Garn Boduan. 840
Backlash as fires are under control. 202
Bar stool attacker jailed. 283
Barnes happy at Rovers' response. 261
Bay extend gap; bowls ROUND-UP. 125
Bayliss in fine form in Israel. 267
BIG IDEAS; ACHIEVEMENT WALES AWARDS: Search is on for leading innovators. 595
Bins dispute crisis talks called by union. 259
Bird crime is rife say RSPB; Shooting and poisoning threat. 418
Blow to kidney cancer patients. 173
BLUE BUNGALOW IS GREY AREA. 189
Borough's brightest stars urged to enter tourism awards scheme. 150
Boy of 5 killed in air rifle accident. 150
Boy, five, plucked from sea in rescue. 271
Breakthrough in jobs placements. 125
Brown delighted; . IN BRIEF. 80
Brown may return for United in Arsenal clash. 561
Business diary. 310
Calm waters; yourLETTERS. 109
CALZAGHE TIPPED AS BIG HITTER ON STRICTLY STAGE. 251
Campaigns bring in pounds 19m in extra visitor spending. 253
Campbell signs for Notts County. 263
Campbell targets top flight - with County. 329
Cancer drug may cause tumours. 171
Candy ace in line for Sprint Cup at Haydock. 620
Canu carioci i'r plant bach. 274
Caring sector looks for recruits. 239
Carvell is wanting to win it for mate. 266
Carvell praises pal Morley for chance of final glory; RUGBY LEAGUE. 648
Cat deaths probe. 97
Celebrity fragrance brand sets up home in Metquarter; Jo Malone to open store in October. 407
Centrica wins Venture battle. 181
Champions still on track for title; bowls ROUND-UP with MIKE McEVOY. 167
Changes at top for leading web firm; New directors click into place at Flintshire firm. 443
Charity poll shortlist. 80
Chime rings up record profits. Financial report 211
Churchyards' hidden treasures. 172
Cities Direct. 240
Citizens crash but Lilywhites triumph; LOOSEMORES CUP. 244
Civic seal of approval for CPUK's contribution to Skelmersdale economy. 181
Collision injuries. 87
Convictions lead to dramatic fall in crime; Town sees 70% fall in vehicle theft. 463
Creative agency Uniform awarded pounds 600k Expo deal; 'Imaginative, exciting' plan wins tender. 494
Cultural forest to get go ahead; Hopes that woodland will provide a legacy for 2008. 376
Cure for Anfield 'whine flu' is to regain form; RED WATCH ANDY PROUDFOOT - FINDS WHO'S TO BLAME. 484
Cut councillors; LETTERS to the EDITOR. Letter to the editor 232
Data review's 'knock-on effect' for debt collection. 233
Deaths. 252
Deiseb i sicrhau dyfodol Yr Ysgwrn. 292
Delay in diagnosis for women with ovarian cancer. 214
Designer set to open new store concept. 132
Diet helped save me. 156
Don Hewitt; OBITUARY. 354
Double blow for bank workers; Lloyds cuts jobs while RBS caps staff pensions. 440
Dragons are slaughtered at the Lamb. 873
Drink driver 'all over the road'. 228
DROP IN PROFITS. Financial report 102
Drug abuse victims need better help; DAILY POST YOUR VOICE IN WALES. Editorial 268
Dublin docks strike could spread to other Peel ports; Company calls protest action irresponsible. 344
Edmonds gearing up for Power showdown. 627
Enter the greenest BMW. 319
EU tyranny; LETTERS to the EDITOR. Letter to the editor 134
Evacuees called to recollect the war; ARTS DIARY. 150
Ex-Anfield Striker expands family. 97
Expanding repair firm is latest tenant at Linkway; Motorway access seals deal for AJ Motors. 297
Farmers' charity Severn challenge. 262
Festivals put ban on flags in crowd. 181
Fireworks firm helps Midge go out with bang. 185
Flintoff full of confidence in England's future; CRICKET. 314
Fly-half McGovern changes code to help Waterloo. 306
Force failures; yourLETTERS. 91
Forensic accountant joins Turnaround Solutions. 201
Fred might have limp, but he is sure team are mobile. 585
Gadaffi urged to pay IRA victims. 129
Get new energy linked up to grid. 174
Girls out in front when it comes to three Rs; Concern over primary tests gender gap. 441
Gleneagles test for Tour's amateur winners; GOLF. 183
GPs can cope in swine flu outbreak. 226
Great fun day for all as season kicks-off; LOCAL RUGBY UNION. 187
Groundbreaking new council gives a voice to children in care. 177
Guided walks in autumn beauty. 202
Gwyndaf is Wales' top rally driver. 235
Half of all small firms look for growth. 302
Health Trust paid foreign GPs pounds 267,000; Concern doctors would be too tired to work. 847
Heath owner offers surgeries to help SMEs through recession. 257
Heavy water. 94
Heroin addicts facing barriers to treatment. 465
Holiday family flee chalet as fuse box erupts; Safety checks up to date, say park bosses. 500
Hollyoaks actors will face sporting superstars in Strictly Come Dancing. 175
Holyhead lifeboat rescues three after boat breaks down. 165
Hot stuff from Ibiza. 577
Housebuilder holding out hopes of market stability; Sales prices on increase says Persimmon. 422
Housing worry. 89
HOW YOU CAN ENTER THE RUNNING. 217
Huge explosion kills 36 people in Afghan capital; Five car bombs were detonated simultaneously. 307
Hurdman makes impressive debut. 288
Hussey's emotions. 153
Hyundai newcomer out in the open. 160
I was repulsed by bomber's welcome - PM. 413
I'm not going anywhere slams Vidic. 224
Improved breakfast menu on trains. 258
Ineos to develop fuel cell project. 184
INSIDE . 87
Inside. 143
Insurer eyes US. 98
Internet ban threat for digital 'pirates'. 240
Invested Interest. 359
Investors 'return to buy-to-let market'. 222
Invite to green energy event; roundUP. Conference news 136
Japanese crossover has seven reasons to tempt families; Alistair Coull tests the latest Nissan Qashqai+2 Tekna 2.0dCi Manual 2WD. 682
Jubilation as resort's pounds 60m rebirth plans are approved; New Brighton scheme gets the green light. 517
Leopards never change their spots. 158
Lescott finally completes City move. 257
Liverpool compared to US gun capital; Tory slammed for 'shameful' slur. 503
Livesmart's pounds 250,000 deals are the ticket. 187
Living Room saviours waiting in the wings; Trendy bar chain could be rescued from collapse if takeover talks are successful: Visitors reduce midweek spending. 378
LONDON MARKET. 282
Long wait for latest Megane. 139
Lost ring returned to US owner. 134
Make the law fit the crime; LETTERS to the EDITOR. Letter to the editor 349
Make Welsh TV a must in our hotels; MINISTERS URGED TO TAKE ACTION. 402
MAN CHARGED OVER KIDNAP ATTEMPT; Accused of trying to abduct 19-yr-old woman near rugby field. 145
Man left stabbed in soccer violence. 235
Mayor on lingerie theft charges. 121
Melons could be source of renewable fuel; IN BRIEF . 104
Merseyside duo prepare for home rule. 233
Mortgage lending on the rise again. 134
My money is on the Magna deal proceeding. 579
My young Gunners can cope says boss. 271
N.WALES CAN BE THE NEW CULTURE CAPITAL. 1469
N.Wales police always brave; yourLETTERS. 519
New blood to revive price comparison website firm. 179
New face at trust. 84
Nissan set to open new city showroom New words go in hre and here. 166
No Alonso - but it doesn't mean no title challenge. 694
Nobody will tell me truth about Sylvan's death; Health bosses guilty of safety breach on hanging - but mum still has questions. 606
North Liverpool nursery secures pounds 100,000 enterprise finance funding. 157
Notorious ex-criminal in fruit and veg stall row; Campaign to save 125 years of family tradition. 476
Now so much regulation for commercial landlords to consider; View point. 335
Nursery investigation after child left behind on trip. 195
Oen Swci; LLYTHYRAU. 118
Office provider confident as it wins new customers; Regus hails robust figures in tough market. 333
Officers prepare for fire strike; Union fury as engines taken out of use for special training Fire engines taken for strike training. 431
Olympic stamps unveiled. 156
On the move. 194
ON THIS DAY IN ... 116
Organic dairy is bucking downturn. 266
Ovarian cancer diagnosis delays. 216
Overcrowding claim denied. 147
Park unit sold; roundUP. 91
Peel acquires Speke business park land. 128
Pensions cap; roundUP. 143
Photographer to preserve artist's living artwork. 123
Picio draw i Dde America am dro bach. 907
Pick of the day. 186
Pick of the day; THE ARTS EDITOR'S PICK OF THE DAY. 156
Pin money. 584
Police to sell city prison at auction; Listed building from 1860s goes under the hammer. 351
Porsche gears up. 103
pounds 600k a year for new family support squad; Crack team to tackle drug, booze and domestic abuse. 468
Prior is happy to be totally ignored. 648
Prisons may be full... but don't build any more; Ex-probation chief: jail here will solve nothing. 462
Probe as 37 cars scratched. 100
Probe into street's 8 cat deaths. 320
Promise of improved markets lifts Unite; Hope of emerging projects. 408
Protests scupper school plan talks; Venues pull out amid demonstration threats. 542
Prydferthwch seren y gwanwyn. 229
Punch progress on debts could attract investment; Disposals help bolster financial stability. 393
Punters out in force at Roodee; Private business. 306
Pusey Looks Streets Ahead. 256
Q We have a team [...]. 373
Quins pressured me claims ace Williams. 699
Record summer rally continues. 410
Reds miss Xabi but title dream far from ended. 691
Rees targets title fight. 246
Repair to repairs. 104
Review into council pay-offs. 123
Rhyfeddod y twyllwr du. 798
Rhyl win crown; bowls ROUND-UP. 100
Rising market leaves some adrift; Not every firm has benefited from a 40% rise in six months on the FTSE- 100reports Alex Turner. 1469
Rock opera Mods roar back into city; THEATRE Quadrophenia/Liverpool Empire. 510
Russian in, Distin to follow at Blues. 846
SCRAPYARD BOSS ACCUSED OVER GAS BLAST DEATH. 173
SECRET MILLIONAIRE IS RACING FOR A pounds 250K PRIZE. 215
Semenya is backed by fans in S.Africa. 237
Sentencing over tourist death. 105
Shock as armed men target city bank; Gang dropped cash in getaway. 464
Shops can sell 18-rated films to children. 135
Sick then stabbed on 'dream holiday'. 158
Simphiwe Dana brings her breed of South African jazz to the Picket. 194
Soldier dies in hospital a week after Helmand blast. 133
Soldier killed. 108
Sort out this dispute now. 296
South Africa. 178
Spotlight points way through to brighter future; Conference to mobilise firms for recovery. Conference news 370
Store reports record level of demand for pear cider. 111
Stricter checks on Wiki entries. 211
Summer in Paris. 125
Superbike legend agrees Plantec deal. 116
Team GB a Tour de force - Lance; CYCLING. 181
Teenager accused of killing boyfriend. 146
Teenager in fire rescue. 94
Teithio, joio a mwynhau... ond cofiwch rhoi rhywbeth yn ol. 816
Tesco doubles efforts in its battle for shopper loyalty; Clubcard boost as chain battles competition. 890
Testosterone levels high for Semenya; GOLF. 285
Teyrngedau i'r Archdderwydd. 743
The art of getting more than you bargained for. 653
THE DAILY POST & YOU. Editorial 134
The fastest kettle in the world. 158
The greatest sounds of the 60s; Bill Harry talks to William Leece about the definitive new book on Liverpool's music scene in the swinging sixties. 1247
The Wembley Way could be a road to success for Wolves; Alex Turner meets ANDY GATCLIFFE, chief executive of Super League's Warrington Wolves. 1135
THOUGHT for the DAY. 211
Time to brace yourself for this year's festive shopping onslaught. 381
Time to change the old adage? 574
Tobacco costs UK economy billions. 168
TOM BODDEN CAPITAL EYE. 513
Tranmere push hard but can't prevent exit Tranmere 0 Bolton Wand 1. 814
TRAVEL. 136
Tributes paid to inspiring teacher. 146
Tributes to a rail star and lecturer; Shock as scholar, 45, dies at home 'out of the blue'. 381
Trydedd nofel Manon o fewn blwyddyn; Y CELFYDDYDAU. 307
Two councils sign up to create health depot at thriving business park. 204
Two time winner. 96
Unbalanced; LETTERS to the EDITOR. Letter to the editor 240
Under siege. 492
Under siege; DAILY POST YOUR VOICE IN WALES. Editorial 86
Union spat hits studio takings. 180
Unnoticed Prior is back to his best. 286
Warning to GCSE underage drinkers. 222
We don't love EU. 411
We must find our form quickly, insists Benayoun; We must find form quickly - Benayoun. 637
We need more women MPs says Cherie Blair. 164
We'll get even better as season goes on - Drogba. 304
Welsh firm maps car crash scenes; 'Technology can cut congestion by half'. 420
Wenger fine with Fabregas out; . IN BRIEF. 84
Wes boost; Brown back to bolster defence. 376
Who star writing 'ageing' musical. 187
WORLD CUP CLASHES IN WREXHAM... 846
Yakubu back to boost Everton; Striker scores for reserves as Moyes moves in on Distin. 446
Yakubu back with goal after 30 seconds. 379
Yamaha dirt bike is fun ... on or off road. 586
Yossi's warning to Anfield flops; Liverpool must find form quickly. 595
Your chip shop should stay shut; Anger after fish bar in E.coli outbreak probe tries to reopen. 437
Your Stars With Patrick Arundell. 631
Your Stars. 628

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