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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (February 27, 2009)

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'Very good deal' for supporters, says Elstone. 562
6 nations ROUND-UP: Scots on guard. 95
6 nations ROUND-UP: Stevens banned after drug test. 154
6 nations ROUND-UP: Wallace solace. 98
A career in comedy or nuclear physics? 768
Ace Javier in plea for Benitez to sign deal. 680
Airport link a great idea, but... 267
also showing. 352
Animal magic; days out The Selbys head to the Welsh Mountain Zoo. 730
Athletics: Wrexham athletes to race in England. 324
Baines eager for free reign on free-kicks. 400
Baines so eager for free-kicks free reign. 268
Bellamy: That was for dead cousin; UEFA CUP. 213
Bid for 58km pipeline moves on. 160
Bird flu at poultry sites. 94
BOOK IT NOW Enrique Iglesias at Manchester MEN; theatre. 239
Boxer Eubank packs a poetic punch. 243
British films. 212
Carragher hails well-oiled Liverpool machine; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE REACTION LIVERPOOL. 326
Carragher's confident of finishing job; LIVERPOOL. 307
Cathedral bells ring out Lennon's heavenly call; Imagine's 'no religion' lyric to inspire debate. 376
cd review. Sound recording review 387
classical. 499
Clive's banking on an International success; Kate Whiting discovers that movie making is a real family affair for Clive Owen interview. 1202
Could new footbridge ease fears over safety? 164
Crash plane engine trouble fears. 114
Cricket: Captain's hundred. 117
Cricket: Flintoff injured but Strauss leads the way. 434
Crispy courgettes; food & drink A tasty and perfect accompaniment to any dish. Recipe 264
DAILY POST: Meanwhile... YOUR VOICE IN WALES. Editorial 86
DAILY POST: Vital move to ensure AMs receive public's trust; YOUR VOICE IN WALES. Editorial 242
David adds new string to his bow; cinema/theatre Player, 12, heads for Cardiff top title battle. 578
Delight as the circus hits town; THEATRE Cirque du Soleil/ Echo Arena. 430
Digital progress. 134
Doodle tips to help your memory. 97
Dvd. 612
EastEnders actress loses cancer battle. 205
ENEMIES OF OUR MOTHER TONGUE. 165
essentials. 456
Family home was 'gun factory'. 226
Festival marks power of piano; in association with DOC FICTORIYA. 215
Football: Druids are in no Rush to develop son of legend; premier NEWS GARETH BICKNELL ON THE WELSH PREMIER. 542
Football: Nomads must stay; premier NEWS GARETH BICKNELL ON THE WELSH PREMIER. 174
Football: Riera: Reds won't be driven by distractions; LIVERPOOL REDS IN CONTROL IN LAST-16 SHOWDOWN. 960
Football: Robbo predicts promotion joy. 633
Football: Twin headache for Quay manager; WELSH PREMIER. 277
Football: We all want you to stay with us, Rafa; Mascherano joy at Benitez intention as Liverpool sweat on Torres fitness. 673
gardening. 614
Grand finale for veteran Clint; the main feature cinema. 531
Grand plans; ringside VIEW MARTIN WILLIAMS PULLS NO PUNCHES ON THE WORLD OF BOXING Denbigh club in pounds 1,000 funds boost. 528
Grandmother's home used to plot armed raid. 295
Head teachers in term-time holidays blitz; Tough stance helps cut school absence rates. 307
Historic moment for new canal link; A Pier Head first as boat sails in. 296
Horse Racing: IN BRIEF - Comply mission. 101
How quickly we forget the fashion disasters. 570
I KILLED MY MATE; Driver, 20, admits causing crash in which pal, 19, died. 353
IN BRIEF: Bellamy dedicates brace to cousin; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE REACTION. 92
IN BRIEF: Five million in negative equity. 112
IN BRIEF: Mowbray battlecry; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE REACTION. 87
IN BRIEF: O'Hara has final chance to shine; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE REACTION. 84
IN BRIEF: Opposition grows over mail sell-off. 103
Into the deep in Mauritius; w travel Divers are moving in on the honeymooning hot-spot, as Lucy Collins discovers. 1067
Iron Men artist swaps Crosby for Trafalgar; Gormley wants human sculpture to stand in Square. 386
It is time to call Rafa's bluff over Madrid interest; off the FENCE. 631
It's what's inside us that counts; category. 596
James and Ola strictly fantastic; in association with DOC FICTORIYA. 468
Jennifer Ellison; coming soon. 304
Jobs under threat at Talk Talk. 221
Lawn Tennis: IN BRIEF - Murray pulls out of Dubai event. 83
LEISURE TIME: news QUIZ. 110
LEISURE TIME: QUIZ CHALLENGE. 87
Letter: Enforce the ban. 135
Letter: Give us more art. 172
Letter: Kind hearts. 145
Letter: One great night. 210
Letter: Only serving a chosen few. 239
Letter: Re-open cinema. 211
Letter: Take a step back. 175
Letter: Tougher justice. 136
Lewis's buys five stores as owner defies downturn; Deal for South West shops 'gets group ready for future'. 393
Life's not a beach for Ben and Tony; Goodbye, Echo Beach, hello to . . . a bunch of zombies. Paddy Shennan on the return of Moving Wallpaper. 909
LIVERPOOL DAILY POST: Sex campaign going wrong. Editorial 283
Liverpool is streets ahead for style. 149
Liverpool Marine is killed; Soldier one of four dead. 388
Log on to www.liverpooldailypost.co.uk; LDP Mobile - Text LDP to 67800. 119
LONDON MARKET. 241
Massive rise in teenage mothers; Under-18 conception rate soars despite initiatives. 630
MCBRYDE WARY OF CHAOTIC FRANCE; 'LES BLEUS HAVE NOTHING TO LOSE'. 429
Mersey fire stations in line for switch to part-time; Emergency service 'close to cash crisis'. 568
mike chapple; pubs. 587
Misery for Wirral swimmers as demand 'exceeds capacity'. 208
Moore: We need our fans to come and support us. 584
Morgan sued over car crash. 102
Need to protect our communities. 329
No new faces on show at the Deva just yet. 305
NOW SHOWING; cinema/theatre. 557
O'Neill happy despite another exit. 226
OBITUARY: Wendy Richard. Obituary 350
Olympics terrorism feared. 83
ON THIS DAY IN ... 174
Paul predicts a riot; He's a doting granddad who loves time on the farm, but Jade Wright finds that Paul O'Grady isn't ready for the quiet life just yet interview. 1154
Pensions swallowing up tax. 137
plugs & POINTS; in association with fish4. 360
Police dog set on road menace. 239
Power cut at city station. 171
Praise for police team. 124
Quality estate; in association with fish4 a matter of OPINION. 854
RBS gets more of your money. 386
Reading matters; theatre CHILDREN'S AUTHOR BACKS WELSH WORLD BOOK DAY. 473
Real can still Rob a win. 217
Recycling league. 233
Region's Olympians and Paralympians honoured at annual sports awards. 185
Riera's not driven by distractions; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE REACTION LIVERPOOL Benitez gossip won't affect Anfield squad, says winger. 942
Robben confident Real can progress; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE REACTION LIVERPOOL. 440
Rovers youngster Gornell strikes for a second time. 99
Rugby League: Warrington desperate to kick-start the season. 287
Rugby Union: Bastereaud can't wait for high-stakes clash after winning his first start for his country; GRAND SLAM HOPEFULS SET FOR FRENCH TEST SIX NATIONS. 510
Rugby Union: England prop Stevens hit by two-year ban. 221
Rugby Union: EXPECT THE UNEXPECTED; SIX NATIONS Jones: We may be easier than France to analyse - but beating us is a different issue GRAND SLAM HOPEFULS SET FOR FRENCH TEST. 1039
SEE THIS Sheila Edwards exhibition; theatre. 92
Sex in video games worries. 110
Shivering terrier left tied to tree. 170
Show that sets off fireworks; category Cannons and lazers make Classical Spectacular truly unmissable. 912
Silence! You have nothing to shout about; off the FENCE. 387
Soap queen Wendy loses cancer fight; Tributes as EastEnders actress dies. 355
Soul star Lemar brings talent to Rhyl; in association with DOC FICTORIYA. 144
Southport wiped off the British tourist map; MP demands answers in Commons. 277
SPEAKING WITH THE ENEMY. 882
Students meet Eagle at No 11. 94
Suspect in Wirral murder charged. 151
Tantalising dishes from The Talisman; food & drink. Recipe 600
Tasheba For Newbury Glory. 453
THE DAILY POST & YOU. Editorial 134
THOUGHT for the DAY. 137
Time for Rovers to capitalise on rivals' short-comings; VIEW FROM THE STANDS. 237
tiny bites; food & drink. 302
Tories will bring in measures to get Britain working again, says Grayling. 266
Tragic death of model in friends row; 'Beautiful' daughter is mourned. 301
trailers. 650
Tributes to British military victims of Afghan bomb attack. 218
Trinity Mirror makes pounds 124m profit. 156
TV clues hope in murder hunt plea. 139
UK blast victims 'tough and brave'. 202
Union defiance after RSA announces huge job cuts; UK workforce to face 1,200 redundancies. 377
Urban village life. 477
View's so skewed from biased EBC. 572
WALES: 'This stinks, they've just not listened' TEARS AT VOTE TO SHUT CARE HOME. 541
WALES: Better support for young witnesses. 156
WALES: Budding chef Leah cooks up success. 172
WALES: Corner shops won't be made to go bilingual; MURPHY'S PLEDGE OVER NEW LAWS. 381
WALES: Drug raid arrest. 103
WALES: EU to cut red tape for small business. 221
WALES: Ex county chief's job up for pounds 125,000. 239
WALES: Ex-rugby player in 95mph cop chase. 259
WALES: Extra powers for Assembly 'sleaze-buster'. 380
WALES: Fees for home care get big hike. 191
WALES: Fresh plans for key quarry site; COUNCIL SECURES ASSEMBLY FUNDING. 397
WALES: Ghost town; WITH 13 SHOPS LYING EMPTY JUST YARDS FROM EACH OTHER, MANY FEAR A NEW pounds 100M RETAIL PARK IS KILLING A ONCE PROUD HIGH STREET. 554
WALES: Gizzi could be out next week. 295
WALES: Hospital electrics work to cost pounds 19m. 253
WALES: HOTTEST CURRY SPOT IN WALES. 156
WALES: Jobs hope at electric plant. 164
WALES: Judges shortlist revamped arts centre. 259
WALES: Killer Moore told: You'll never be free. 281
WALES: Landfill gases power scheme for 600 homes. 149
WALES: Lucky to be alive; ELDERLY COUPLE IN MIRACLE ESCAPE AS CIGARETTE SETS FIRE TO THEIR BUNGALOW. 379
WALES: Majority now want a Welsh parliament. 223
WALES: Relief as toilets closure on hold. 240
WALES: Rescuers search for missing man, 36. 185
WALES: Stadium move big step closer; KEY TESCO SCHEME BACKED FOR APPROVAL. 483
WALES: Start talking or I call in Assembly; STAKES RAISED IN ISLAND CRISIS AS CLEAR - THE - AIR TALKS BOYCOTTED. 510
WALES: Tenants to vote on future of housing. 249
WALES: Tory AMs in reshuffle backlash. 275
WALES: Tribute to rail man. 107
WALES: Two-year wait for an NHS wheelchair; TRUST SAYS SORRY Lewis has to crawl on floor to get around. 579
WALES: Welsh eyes 'see world differently' ... say scientists making amazing discoveries on how language shapes sight. 398
WALES: Welsh trailer company praised. 250
WALES: Woman jailed for sex with boy, 12; LADS VISIT HER HOUSE FOR REGULAR SESSIONS. 445
WALES: WORKERS DEMAND TESCO 'FAIR DEAL'. 269
WALL ST. 82
We pay pounds 25bn to prop up RBS; Biggest loss in history amid fury over ex-chief's pension. Financial report 450
what's it worth? 122
WHERE TO GO ... days out. 325
WIN A NIGHT WITH JOE. 183
Woolworths brought back to life with June relaunch; Web sales rise as losses widen at Shop Direct. Financial report 430
Workers' unpaid hours of overtime. 152
Wylfa boss named as one of Wales's top leaders. 245
Youngsters' chance to shine again at Airfield. 519

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