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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (March 3, 2009)

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'Are you ready?' initiative as golf fights credit crunch. 388
'Citizens Bank' scheme floated; WALES. 202
'Down but not out, we won't stop fighting' LIVERPOOL LOOK TO GET BACK ON TRACK LIVERPOOL v SUNDERLAND. 996
'Supernan' saddles up again for charity trek; WALES. 210
Aigburth close gap after Dock are sunk. 563
Alcoholic stabbed partner 177 times; WALES. 203
Allardyce issues relegation warning to Brown. 354
Arson heartbreak; WALES 'Devastated' thatcher offers reward after Celtic hut gutted. 393
Athletics: Youth to be given a chance in champs. 253
Back to the subs' bench for hero Ben. 352
Behold! The yellicopter is heaven sent. 711
Bidston trial offer. 157
Black Cats boss Ricky refusing to change his style; LIVERPOOL v SUNDERLAND LIVERPOOL LOOK TO GET BACK ON TRACK. 348
Book salutes football's most famous Park. 160
Boxing: Hatton eyes up 'ultimate prize'. 411
Britons turn down sex for sleep. 154
Brown seeks unity at Obama summit; Call for international action. 428
Chaos as Tories boycott NW select committees; Scrutiny is 'complete waste of time'. 340
Charge for wider coffins. 99
Charge of the Light Brigade memorabilia fetches pounds 4,400 at auction. 183
Children's charity boost as stars come out to play. 586
City's Eighth Wonder; Liverpool's newly-built canal link across the Pier Head will help transform city tourism. Peter Elson reports LEEDS LIVERPOOL CANAL NEW LEASE OF LIFE. 599
Co-op takes over at Somerfield. 239
Company MD wins key UKIP position. 115
Could the next NBA star come from N.Wales? Gareth Bicknell on why basketball is taking off with a leap in the region. 792
Council tax goes up 4.4%. 596
Cricket: sport ROUND-UP - Helpless Strauss. 120
Cricket: Sri Lanka rains hit Trophy chances. 130
Cricket: Strauss: Wicket wasn't up to Test match standard. 675
DAILY POST YOUR VOICE IN WALES - Don't hoard it, spend the cash. Editorial 128
DAILY POST YOUR VOICE IN WALES - Proof that the housing market may be on the up. Editorial 202
Demand to end ageism. 116
Denise keeps it in the family at Eaton. 179
Dishonest Britons pocketing pounds 500,000. 212
Double blow for Liverpool cup pair. 319
Dougherty slips down order of merit table; Golf northwest. 214
Eales' Algarve win. 166
Eccleston up foe sale. 104
Elvis coup for Beatles Story as legend's classic polo shirt goes on show. 178
Emergency jet landing. 80
Empire stage iced over for fairytale spectacular; Theatre staff get skates on to create rink. 437
Every surgical patient to be screened for MRSA. 283
Everything you wanted to know about ephebiphobia. 223
Extra for wider plot. 88
Fans give Chester a much-need lift - literally; COCA-COLA LEAGUE ONE HARTLEPOOL v TRANMERE, TONIGHT, 7.45PM. 239
Farm's FMD claim on hold; FARM & COUNTRY. 153
flash BACK; DOLGARROG. 188
Food fears prompt grow-your-own rush; FARM & COUNTRY Vegetable seed sales 'ridiculous'. 454
Food is Poles apart. 472
Football: Bickerstaff's buoyed by the return of duo; WELSH PREMIER. 501
Football: Bring them on says City boss Nev; WELSH PREMIER. 276
Football: Fans dig deep to get City on road; WYCOMBE v CHESTER TONIGHT 7.45PM. 307
Football: Flynn is ready to fill injured Marc's boots. 932
Football: Inexperience is costing Everton; ACADEMY FOOTBALL EVERTON. 331
Football: Nomads confident. 131
Football: Rio's not satisfied with one cup final. 723
Football: Saha return a blessing as Blues injury list grows. 328
Football: Seagulls plan to ring the changes; UNIBOND LEAGUE. 250
Football: Summer will be a crucial period in Reds' history. 584
Foster not expecting a call-up. 225
Four nations in one menu; food&drink Five-course feast celebrates the best of British recipe. 541
Frozen lake could reveal chance of life on Mars. 167
FTSE stumbles to six-year low. 411
Geoffrey Smith; OBITUARY. Obituary 361
German government 'will not rush' GM bail-out plan; Vauxhall owner has asked for pounds 2.97bn in aid. 443
Go bananas during British Pie Week; food&drink. 313
Golf: Desert defeat won't discourage Casey. 327
Golf: Lloyd set to bring his experience into role; IN ASSOCIATION WITH HENLLYS GOLF CLUB ANGLESEY. 546
Have say on World Heritage blueprint. 134
Head juggles two posts to revive school. 164
Hibbert hands Moyes another headache. 631
Hibbert's injury a big blow for Blues. 617
Hope Street plan to be mothballed; EXCLUSIVE pounds 100m project could be facing three-year delay. 127
Horse Racing: Denman back on cup trail after work-out. 714
Horse Racing: Tiger looks set to pounce. 327
Hospital's clean bill of health from staff. 142
HSBC cash call drags Footsie to six-year low; Banking giant in aid plea as profits fall 62%. Financial report 470
IN BRIEF: Fashion store sale saves 8,700 jobs. 92
IN BRIEF: Hiddink plays down revival. 81
IN BRIEF: High costs may ground plane. 97
IN BRIEF: Magpies take aim at the champions. 82
IN BRIEF: New England crest. 87
IN BRIEF: Oxford team is disqualified by the BBC. 93
IVF rule changes on second parent. 130
Jailed: dad who rode at 122mph with son on back of his bike; He opened throttle because it rained. 450
Jury sent out to consider verdict. 111
Laird sets a course for jobs security; Merseyside's famous shipyard is in line for a lucrative MoD deal. Neil Hodgson looks at the potential for the resurgent operation CAMMELL LAIRD GIANT CARRIERS DEAL. 1289
Lawn Tennis: Murray's absence a poser for Lloyd. 227
Lawn Tennis: Murray's illness is chance for Fleming. 639
League fixtures playing catch-up after cancellations. 351
Legal: Divorce lawyers back call to fund collaborative law. 400
Legal: Facebook warning to firms. 122
Legal: Firm's language roll-call rises to 14 as three more bilingual staff appointed. 200
Legal: OPINION; Commercial/IP lawyer Colin Bell says internet file sharers could be caught by a Swedish case. 190
Letter: About time. 139
Letter: Digging in again. 139
Letter: Fair pay. 164
Letter: Fine them. 278
Letter: Hassle of having a good time. 133
Letter: Learn to talk. 184
Letter: No longer the beautiful game. 199
Letter: Outsized. 192
Letter: Paltry pensions. 137
Letter: Policy check. 178
Letter: Prayer offence. 95
Letter: Tragic loss. 255
Letter: Unjustified increase. 105
Letter: Wales as an outpost for England. 299
Life gets tougher for credit card rate tarts. 277
Liverpool really rocks for fossil fans; You don't need to go digging about on the coast to see fossils. Emma Pinch learns where to find them in the city centre. 1036
Manufacturing gloom deepens as production shows record fall. 167
McAuley focuses on bread and butter; LIVERPOOL ACADEMY FOOTBALL. 357
Motor Racing: sport ROUND-UP - Casey confident. 98
Murder accused tells jury: I lost all self-control. 176
Mystery of Army munition found in Sefton Park. 145
Natural habitat comes as first nature to Caldy team; Golf northwest. 700
New legal duty to combat child poverty; WALES. 216
New op for cancer-struck Jade Goody to ease pain. 348
New pounds 17m cancer centre planned; Extra site for radiotherapy. 494
Newton prove too slick for Castrol as holders exit. 340
Nibbling ponies; FARM & COUNTRY. 135
Obama's favourite band to play Phil; ARTS DIARY. 180
ON THIS DAY IN ... 170
Osman's setting his sights on the top. 582
PARENT'S BEDSIDE VIGIL FOR BELOVED STACEY; ANGLESEY CAR CRASH TRAGEDY 17-yr-old fights for life as sister of dead triplet weeps at crash scene Wales. 570
Pick of the day; ARTS DIARY. 161
pounds 100m scheme on ice as crunch bites; Historic building to become car park. 650
pounds 115,000 raised for NSPCC centre; the safe place appeal NSPCC. 89
Prison paintings by Kray twins auctioned for pounds 14k. 239
Radio 4's tight ship. 137
Rafa rounds on sleeping giants; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE LIVERPOOL v SUNDERLAND, TONIGHT, 8PM live on Sky Sports 1. 913
Return to work plea. 138
Revealed: pounds 68,000 cost of unearthing facts about city; Requests for FoI data up 400% in 2008. 419
Right-back where we started. 260
Rio: I'lll never be happy with medal haul. 174
Row over cash stash as tax rises; 'USE YOUR RESERVE MILLIONS TO EASE HOUSEHOLD PAIN' WALES. 573
Rush for tickets as Question Time makes Toxteth debut; BBC's political show breaks new ground. 473
Ruthin firm wins Yorkshire deal. 151
Saha can make the difference. 352
Sands is glad to be back in the swing. 157
Sbragia defends his management style; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE. 358
Schools face pounds 15m equal pay bill; 'Over-stretched' education budgets face extra burden. 476
Shattered Starsailor pick up the pieces; ARTS DIARY. 438
Shipyard back from the dead; LIVERPOOL DAILY POST. Editorial 310
Shots fired at house. 85
Snowy Morning set to head straight for the Grand National. 391
Spiritualist jailed for wife's murder. 494
SPRING puffs slowly. 781
Striker shortage hits decimated Tranmere; COCA-COLA LEAGUE ONE HARTLEPOOL v TRANMERE, TONIGHT, 7.45PM. 700
Tears as stabbing victim is laid to rest; Military funeral for murdered soldier. 556
Terriers striker signs on loan for Hartlepool to face Rovers; COCA-COLA LEAGUE ONE HARTLEPOOL v TRANMERE, TONIGHT, 7.45PM. 93
Tesco creates jobs in banking. 197
THE DAILY POST & YOU. Editorial 132
Thieves target disabled man. 203
This summer could be most important ever. 358
THOUGHT for the DAY. 202
Three are tied for first at Formby. 115
Torres adds to Benitez worries; Striker's Real injury concern as Liverpool look for fillip. 564
TORRES DOUBT FOR MADRID TIE; El Nino struggling for Euro showdown. 518
Training day for tourism sector. 80
Troubled singer returns to UK. 147
UK Athletics chief executive. 105
University to play a leading role in OpTIC growth. 260
Virtual stars make musical show reality; WALES. 214
WALES: 'Voices told me to kill my two dogs'. 227
WALES: Aluminium creditors called to meeting. 225
WALES: Assaulted for not revealing password. 183
WALES: Bishops vow to flush out child abusers; CHURCH IN WALES PROMISE. 565
WALES: Book Day call for writers. 107
WALES: Bronwen gets a hug as Prince surveys Valley. 521
WALES: Call for beauty queens to compete. 217
WALES: Cash for youngsters. 97
WALES: Churches back Scots on alcohol. 126
WALES: Company is among 100 best in Britain. 141
WALES: Cop 'raped addict at police station' Married detective denies complaints by two women. 499
WALES: Dad-of-three dies in river rescue bid; 'True hero' dived in to reach suicide bid teenager. 402
WALES: Hospitals get pounds 5m funding booster. 222
WALES: House sells for twice asking price. 204
WALES: How I saved my fainting driver; Quick-thinking passenger Ian steered Volvo into barrier in 60mph drama. 416
WALES: Man burnt as gas blast rips through flat; BLOCK EVACUATED AFTER EXPLOSION ON TOP FLOOR. 346
WALES: MPs row over care powers. 185
WALES: Online auction to build Wylfa B; Power giants will battle it out for right to nuclear site. 444
WALES: pounds 10,000 SONG FOR WALES TRIUMPH. 145
WALES: PRINCE AMONG VILLAGES; PRINCE CHARLES ROYAL VISIT SPECIAL REPORT Charles delighted by community spirit of Welsh champs... and they're delighted to welcome him. 1273
WALES: Scandal a factor in probe; CHURCH IN WALES PROMISE. 180
WALES: Sewage spills from cracked pipe for days; Stench and pollution fears spark anger over delay. 640
WALES: THREE ESCAPE DOUBLE CRASH; Car ends up in a pond. 94
WALES: Writer is shortlisted. 99
Win tickets to see Home Nations Cup; COMPETITION. 203
Wind power brings four new giants to skyline; 125m-tall turbines can supply 5,500 homes. 381
Winning college stripped of prize. 199
Young people compete for UK poetry title; ARTS DIARY. 232

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