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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (July 30, 2009)

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'Football inflation' hits fans hard. 274
08 Place in new council inquiry; Culture Year welcome centre may now be 'white elephant' 'We must find out if it's a liability or asset'. 698
12% of workforce could be off. 237
A FAB beauty opportunity. 84
A TV debate? *#*~ing bring it on, we say; DAILY POST YOUR VOICE IN WALES. Editorial 347
Added student places rejected. 105
Ahoy there! Pirates descend on Dock. 184
Air link 'not needed' LETTERS to the EDITOR. Letter to the editor 165
Air rethink; yourLETTERS. 161
All-night mop-up mob on standby. 200
Anguish over Iraq hostages. 400
Appeal aims to restore Hillsborough memorial wrecked by vandals. 216
Artist donates work to hospital; ARTS DIARY O2 Entertainment Writer of the Year. 155
Aussies don't have an aura anymore, no-one's scared; ENGLAND SKIPPER'S TAUNT FOR PONTING. 791
Awards for men behind Wynnstay and Welsh affairs. 286
Bank on old stager Caracciola. 284
Battle to rescue 350 metal jobs continues. 259
Beauty/ win or bin? 189
Becky and Loucks in action at the Open; PRO NEWS. 313
Bell will be stronger. 95
Big name DJs flock to island festival. 252
Billy inspires United shirt; Comeback for legendary Welsh star's 1909 cup kit. 274
Bird experts bald over as wildlife expedition finds new un-feathered friend. 226
Birkdale's Tidy tops English girls' event; GOLF. 152
Bomb at barracks. 101
Bomb attack on sleeping families at police barracks; Thirty-eight injured as ETA car bomb explodes. 244
Bootle commercial bank adds value to new parent Santander. 190
Bouncers caught fighting on film. 186
Boy falls 20ft through roof; TEN-YEAR-OLD SUFFERS SEVERE HEAD INJURIES. 401
BT phones blunder cuts off city centre businesses; Apology as bungled repairs leave waterfront firms in limbo. 428
By invitation only; Carolyn Hughes reports from the latest lunches, launches and parties. 385
Cadbury's staff balloted over pay deal strike; Workers stage demo' after outside factory. 367
Call for end to pensioner poverty. 104
Car park vehicle salesmen targeted. 216
Celtic's 'big kid' admits he needs to grow up. 324
Chewy cheese. 145
Childcare 'not good enough'. 147
Chippie defies crunch. 204
Choir push boundaries for BBC's TV feature. 188
Chopper captures illegal off-roader. 148
Church president. 88
City to host video gaming event for industry leaders; Convention centre venue for festival spin-off. 426
Climbing the ladder; Emma Thompson meets MICHELE WEBB, managing director, Michele Webb Property Management. 345
College to build pounds 3.6m care centre. 244
Cops pay pounds 16k to informers. 157
Crazy bidding at 'eBay for poultry' Life is hectic for two busy mums at auction website. 498
Darwin letter sold at auction. 98
Disgrace to shut swimming pool; yourLETTERS. 202
Doctors in the dock. 120
Doctors' shortage 'clinically unsafe'. 213
Drug baron and wife's pounds 4m Champagne lifestyle; Couple ordered to pay back ill-gotten gains. 524
Drug smuggler mother jailed. 175
Edge Hill is top for graduate jobs; 95.3% have jobs within six months. 277
Energy drink; yourLETTERS. 134
English Roses are in full blo oom this summer; Emma Pinch discovers delicate and pretty is the look for enjoying British summers. 340
EVERTON FURIOUS AT CITY'S LESCOTT PURSUIT; Blues reject pounds 18m bid. 349
Everton reject City's pounds 18m bid for Lescott; Moyes resolute despite improved offer. 286
Everton stars to help tackle anti-social kids; Club extends outreach work to N.Wales. 419
Ex-Atomic Kitten's bar closed for second time. 205
Family's hostage hopes. 102
Fat could be used to tackle obesity. 140
Festival fever for agency. 110
Fines threat over EADS share deals. 407
First past the post; Man Overboard. 567
FLYING HIGH; Dragon back in Patagonia... thanks to the Daily Post. 470
Forces payout review brought forward. 173
Freddie's taking cover ahead of crunch clash with Aussies. 128
Fulham's European goal. 233
Gemma through; sport ROUND-UP. 99
Golden wood is most beautiful in Wales. 194
Golfer airlifted from 7th green. 122
Grants linked to carbon emissions. 104
Hands off Ellen; MARK THOMAS TRUST THE POST. 433
Have they no heart? yourLETTERS. 106
Historic medals go under hammer. 432
Hole-in-wall gang hunted after digger bank raid; Excavator used to smash into building. 465
Holiday firm weathers storm despite chief executive's surprise departure. 265
HOME Secretary Alan Johnson has [...]. 103
Hospital need; yourLETTERS. 184
Hotpoint plant closes doors. 191
Housing estate refused due to this busy road. 238
How bloody battle's legacy sparked birth of the Kop; Visiting historian reveals Anfield's Boer war link. 403
I couldn't ignore my team's hour of need; FORMULA ONE. 553
I gought waves and got Abi out... HERO SOLDIER SAVES TWO KIDS. 487
India 'must do more to save elephants'. 82
Internet murder bid pair guilty. 175
Intrepid teams in rapids challenge. 129
IRB to discuss 2015 Welsh 'home advantage' RUGBY UNION. 347
Irish eyes smiling as JLA hails new Ryanair routes; Airline to keep 'full capacity' through winter. 412
Is wood the future? 80
Keothavong in new injury woe; IN BRIEF. 85
LAST visited West Cork[...]. 508
Lending slump hitting firms. 206
Letting Xabi go would be bad business. 419
Living it up with... Neil Lidguard, 29, operations manager at Barburrito, Liverpool. 257
Llinos shines at Royal Welsh; Young farmers are stars of future. 510
Mad about our vintage tractors; 24-hour plough inspired by war effort. 392
Men earn more. 89
Mersey schools in move to end term-times turmoil; Education officials synchronise pupils' holiday dates. 395
Met men defend summer forecast. 274
Microsoft and Yahoo link up. 87
Midsomer Murders star waits in wings as new production of Kes revealed; ARTS DIARYO2 Entertainment Writer of the Year. 195
Mint condition for summer; Dawn Collinson shows you how to avoid holes in your wardrobe with a polo shirt. 412
Murtagh lets Rip to seal Sussex success; RACING. 310
Music festival with real heart; roundUP. 82
My love for Liverpool, by Gerrard's wife. 227
New city eco squad hits streets. 123
New Homes; Dorrington Gardens, Liverpool, from pounds 124,095. 357
New pounds 9.5m water centre stays shut after fall-out; Sefton Council and charity in bitter war of words. 323
news QUIZ. 97
No medals - but a golden opportunity. 455
Nominate your hero; LETTERS to the EDITOR. Letter to the editor 157
OBITUARY. Obituary 319
ON THIS DAY IN ... 122
Onuoha stays on. 155
Opinion divided. 89
Other beach beauty short-cuts. 324
Owner Vaughan optimistic about future. 206
Pals' transfer advice helped Sami. 313
Palsson's shock and awe to play alongside Gerrard. 562
Panesar returns to Northamptonshire. 281
PGA for Wood; sport ROUND-UP. 92
Pick of the day. 221
Pick of the day. 188
Pietersen absence spurs Australia. 331
PM 'ready' for live TV debate. 288
Policing 'meet and greet' for farmers. 129
Pony girls reunite after half century; 'We never thought we'd see each other again'. 352
Portrait paints artist as a heroic failure. 431
pounds 1.5bn a year to improve agency workers' rights; MAJOR CONCERNS OVER EU DIRECTIVE. 565
pounds 100m for FMD lab - two years too late. 196
pounds 4.5m black hole in hospital finances; Fazakerley considering jobs freeze. 362
Prescription figures on rise. 87
Pressure on Alonso to follow Arbeloa; Pressure grows for Alonso to join Arbeloa at Real. 424
Prince arrives for helicopter course. 220
Putting on Victorian style. 146
Questions need to be answered. 303
Rainhill facing a different trial; Businesses count the cost as shoppers desert village. 720
Rathbones seeks growth; Funds available for new opportunities. 425
Real snatch Arbeloa... now for Xabi. 443
Recession blamed as burglaries quadruple; HARD TIMES SEE SURGE IN NUMBER OF BREAK-INS. 636
Record crowds expected at festival. 177
Renault could follow BMW out of Formula One. 217
Research work translates into boost. 242
Rise in UK mortgage lending. 186
Route out of recession for Mersey under-25s; pounds 1bn job creation scheme boost. 362
Rovers manager out to ease his back trouble. 606
Rural lynchpin; out andABOUT. 249
Saunders hopes for quick return for injured Marc. 615
Schumacher back as Massa improves; MOTOR RACING. 251
Shortage of action costs Ched Wales spot. 619
Six of the best. 1081
Skipper Ponting believes Pietersen absence leaves England vulnerable. 657
Sleek way to look good; Cheat your way to perfection with some pre-holiday treatments, says Emma Pinch. 646
Society stages first ever working day. 208
Spacone's men clinch county championship. 708
Spanish link up for Welsh university. 103
Stadium news raises questions. 150
Support reform; LETTERS to the EDITOR. Letter to the editor 220
Suspect is subdued with Taser gun; IN BRIEF. 92
Take pride in our great city; LETTERS to the EDITOR. Letter to the editor 279
Tax crisis for tourism. 145
Taxpayers to pay jobseekers' wage to get off dole; Jobs created for under 25s. 477
Teen stabbed in back and shoulder. 156
Teenager skippers Reds with Gerrard's blessing. 236
THE DAILY POST & YOU. Editorial 134
The fashion world's still loco for Coco; Fashion Victim Fashion Victim Emma Johnson thinks she needs help. 254
The Foundry, St Helens, from pounds 90,563. 464
Third time lucky as Lancashire set for quarter final. 201
Third try on cards for rain jinx tie; TWENTY20 CUP. 221
This house is a work of art; Sue Kelbrick on a stunning home with its own pool room. 305
THOUGHT for the DAY. 80
Time inspectors unlock the past; Team searches for oldest home in Wales. 532
Toure becomes City's sixth top signing. 250
Toure next to join Eastlands revolution. 323
Trio to take on the world; LOCAL ATHLETICS. 123
Tup taxis get trial run at NSA sale. 185
Turbine protest case is delayed. 252
Tuscany, Italy, from pounds 200,000; investment opportunity. 247
Twenty schools a week hit by fire. 190
Two charged over 'Dalglish grenade'. 144
Under threat factory's success. 240
Valencia an instant hit for United. 204
Valencia fast off mark for United; IN BRIEF. 80
Vaughan stays upbeat. 186
Victory over birth defects; COUNCIL 'NEGLIGENT'. 453
Warm to a g lobal look; Gabrielle Fagan looks at how to bring the world into your home to enjoy all the year round. 1000
We fear no-one, declares Strauss. 922
We'll call up retired and student nurses if swine flu hits big; HOW ARE WE COPING WITH EPIDEMIC?: TRUST PLAN TO COMBAT KILLER BUG. 586
West Cheshire hoping for Blackpool power in title bid. 298
Wheelchair gift 'like a fairytale' SHELBY'S JOY AT FINALLY BEING ABLE TO PLAY SPORT WITH PALS. 315
World-famous. 165
Xtended future; IN BRIEF. 88
Yakubu promises to wipe out nightmare; Striker aims for 20 goals and a cup final. 438
Yakubu sets sights on 20-goal mark; Yakubu sets sights on 20-goal landmark. 448
You need to show some creative thinking if you want to be a successful entrepreneur. 405
Your Stars. 644

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