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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (November 12, 2009)

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'DNA for life' plan for terror suspects; They are special case, says review. 404
'North no longer second-class'. 223
'Threatening' email from MP; Wirral mother's row with Field over school. 373
1,000 to lose jobs in Town Hall cull; A looming financial crisis will lead to major staff cuts at Liverpool City Council. City Editor David Bartlett reports. 509
1,ooo city jobs face axe; Employment joy marred by council shock. 220
14,000 added to jobless total in three months; Wales' rise biggest of any UK region. 471
8,000 sign up to save Racecourse; Fans bid to ensure ground's future. 557
A passion fo or purples; Gabrielle Fagan discovers that warm berry shades can chase the winter blues away. 1502
A role in multimedia; Emma Thompson checks out a career as an AV technician. 443
Al's well at Ludlow Al's very well at Ludlow. 354
Alert as petrol leaks. 133
And now for the easy part; Year of work for 15 mins of fame. 446
Balfour defies slump to land new contracts; In brief. 95
Beauty/ win or bin? 268
Beyonce rocks sell-out crowd at Echo Arena show. 150
Boat show plan for Liverpool. 87
Boiler leaking gas in Rhyl flat. 205
Boys killed on M56 'acted on spur of the moment'. 256
Brawn's defiant; sport ROUND-UP. 103
Brown: Brazil is perfect test. 456
Budget date; national ROUND-UP. 84
Burgess aims for last big hurrah. 580
Burgess looks for fitting farewell. 304
Burns service is vital; LETTERS to the EDITOR. Letter to the editor 94
Burns units safe after proposal rejected. 167
Burst water main causes traffic chaos. 203
Bus service is just shocking. 140
Button's bid for wage rise to be rejected; MOTOR RACING. 239
By invitation only. 347
Caution urged despite green shoots of recovery in Liverpool region job market. 164
Celtic nations should play each other more often. 266
Charter for tragedy; TRUST THE POST. 438
Chips for dogs; out andABOUT. 82
Chocolate Cellar's skills push is good news for those with a sweet tooth. 175
Choo-holics head for Manchester. 91
CLASSICAL Gershwin Piano Concerto /Philharmonic Hall. 287
Cliff top horror as ewes fall to deaths. 225
Climbing film scoops award. 146
Con men warnings. 132
Conjurer Saha so good making his goal chances; BLUE WATCH MARK O'BRIEN - HAS FANTASTIC FEELING BACK. 431
County needs more pitches for travellers. 141
Crosby poised for growth in Sainsbury's masterplan; Fifth year of like-for-like sales progress. 399
Cuister: Bench warming as nerve racking as captaincy; RUGBY UNION. 383
Customers evacuated after store gas leak. 213
Dan looking at Biggar picture for Wales. 155
Dan's destined to be Biggar star in Wales. 718
Daphne targets double award. 149
Deadline looms for Chester's debt problem. 257
Digging deep for a bright spring. 354
Distin: My mate Saha has got the world at his feet. 466
Dorman desperate to play Wales role. 663
Eirias is ready for Australia challenge. 277
Elin takes jab at producers who shunned vaccine. 439
Embark on a rewarding career; ADVERTISING FEATURE. 538
Energy firm's price warning; In brief. 83
Enjoying a chain reaction; Former museum curator Sue Lunt tells Dawn Collinson why she turned to creating eye-catching jewellery: People would ask me where I got it. Things just grew from there. 887
Fake death wife repays pounds 600,000. 445
FAW can't afford to risk losing City striker; Bellamy vital to Wales. 348
Fears for standards as schools are 'cut to bone'. 173
Federer goes out in Paris; TENNIS. 231
Five days that will decide City fate. 160
Five ways to prepare your home for winter. 590
Flight has left me suffering from style lag. 504
Focus on cancer cases in country. Conference notes 163
Forum chief backs plans for new nuclear power plant. 301
Free role comes with a price for Shuker. 719
Freed sex case teen went on to rape. 231
Gateacre, pounds 385,000. 229
Gateshead struggle sees Leigh escape drop. 223
Get on course to see if teaching is for you; ADVERTISING FEATURE TEACHER TRAINING. 527
Giving your home more buyer appeal. 444
Glastir heralds new arable era. 214
Gloomy forecast from bank governor. 149
Going, going, up; out andABOUT. 83
Guarded Pietersen will not race back to crease; CRICKET. 809
Halsall picks up medal at World Cup; SWIMMING. 224
Have a gander; out andABOUT. 102
Hodgson returns; MOTORCYCLING. 81
Hodgson's start; rugby ROUND-UP. 93
Holiday on the buses. 564
Hong Kong test awaits Westwood and McIlroy; GOLF. 317
Hotel closed for fire rules breach. 209
I'll comeback stronger says Owen. 311
I'll shoulder the burden of penalties, says Milner. 734
ICE joins health campaign. 131
Imperial China preserved in glass. 135
In members' interests; Emma Thompson meets Keith Lynch, member services and events manager, Knowsley Chamber of Industry & Commerce. 347
Industry showcases 'help to grow creative sector' Events from Liverpool to Dubai highlight design, IT and video game sectors. 405
Insua's aim for club and country; Argentinian eyes World Cup but focused on Anfield spot: Insua twin aim to claim place for club and country. 714
International boat show set for city; Yacht extravaganza in historic docks. 388
iPhone rival; national ROUND-UP. 85
Island at risk; yourLETTERS. 244
Jams for 7 more months on A55; ButWAG pledge no closures in peak holiday times on bridge works. 469
Jersey, pounds 2.25m. 242
Jobless figures fall again as 'green shoots' bed in; 'It's getting better,' says economist. 588
Johnson rings the changes for Bell. 421
Kauto Star is on course to return in Betfair Chase; RACING. 664
Kidnapped priest freed. 104
King calls recovery 'long and hard' IN BRIEF. 88
King is hoping Tarotino is ready to strike Gold. 313
Knitting venture ed, knitting gained; As the first frosts descend, it's time to wrap up against the chill and Emma Pinch has the perfect knitwear for the job. 609
Knowsley Chamber chief quits. 174
KP won't rush back an risk his injury; CRICKET. 586
Labour is 'split' on Wylfa B say Tories. 147
Learner driver fights for test site. 273
Let's all go into the red; Dawn Collinson steps into her ruby red slippers and looks at style through rose-tinted spectacles. 333
Levy anomaly costs Welsh farming pounds 1m; Meat chief says Wales may adopt own system. 518
Liverpool defender dreaming of S.Africa; Ngog too polite to cheat ref - agent. 596
Living it up with... Paul Burns associate partner, Alexander Myerson & Co Chartered Accountants. 299
Longley takes second as team triumphs in Ireland; LOCAL ATHLETICS. 290
Luxury down on the farm; Sue Kelbrick on a charming and spacious barn conversion. 300
Lydon set on aiding 'second-class' north. 928
Lying barrister banned for life; Family law specialist misled her opponent. 306
Making the best of a bad silage job. 183
Mapusua blasts English rugby; rugby ROUND-UP. 169
Marco Pierre takes over three local restaurants; Star chef's new venues in Aughton and Chester. 446
Mathias heads list for job at Rovers. 203
Memorial service. 96
Men rescued from Strait; Tide strands anglers on rocks. 313
Microlight hit by gust landed in trees. 97
Milner's spot on; football ROUND-UP. 97
Minder Hayes; rugby ROUND-UP. 89
MPs must carry can; LETTERS to the EDITOR. Letter to the editor 218
Naismith eager to grab his chance. 270
National Express looks to investors in pounds 360m call; Transport giant aims to reduce its debt. 353
news QUIZ. 132
No easy answer to jobs blow. 269
No end in sight to recession; LETTERS to the EDITOR. Letter to the editor 201
No Fergie role; football ROUND-UP. 88
OBITUARY; Luther Dixon. Obituary 352
Olympic aquatic centre starts to take shape. 131
Olympic landmark takes its place. 230
ON THIS DAY IN ... 137
ONE of the great characters [...]. 504
OPINION: Video gaming industry needs government tax breaks to protect thousands of UK jobs. 386
Outrage at plan for new estate. 145
Pay gap widens, claims research. 80
PCSO wins award for work with travellers. 203
Pick of the day. 195
Pick of the day; THE ARTS EDITOR'S PICK OF THE DAY. 155
Pigs for life, but not lunch. 92
Player describes rugby 'assault'. 125
Post office to receive pounds 20,000 makeover. 238
pounds 1.2m for Biennial festival in 2010; Arts theme will be 'touched'. 432
pounds 5.5m plan to make IVF centre biggest in Europe; City fertility complex extension nearly complete. 666
pounds 600,000 payback for canoe fraudster. 155
Price to pay for Gosling's England call-up. 286
Psychiatrist stabbed own chest to die; Serious illness fear wrong, inquest told. 360
Puppies stolen from farm. 238
Radioactive legacy of nuclear plant; yourLETTERS. 395
Referees need to get more respect. 294
Regional Development Officer - North [...]; Public Sector. 612
Religion helped me to be the best, says Hayne; RUGBY LEAGUE. 253
Remembrance service returns to Pier Head; Tributes at Merchant Navy memorial. 479
Robin expects Samoa 'fireworks'. 250
Robinho in race for Anfield clash; . IN BRIEF. 89
Robinho may face Liverpool. 184
Row over report by Kilfoyle's daughter. 131
Rugby stars played on. 104
Russell returns as Dragons reserves win. 256
Sacked for not saying sorry. 200
Safety comes first; LETTERS to the EDITOR. Letter to the editor 91
Searching for the next Kate Moss. 92
Six of the best. 1061
Smash causes delays. 94
Snow leopard cubs die from virus at the Welsh Mountain Zoo. 214
SORT IT OR GET OUT; Gutter politics must end to save council. 442
Southport, pounds 299,950. 207
Sparky grateful to Sheikh generosity. 470
Sunningdale Park, Widnes. 247
Support diabetes day; LETTERS to the EDITOR. Letter to the editor 153
TAI CLWYD; Public Sector. 200
Tardelli relishing French battle; . IN BRIEF. 89
Televised appeal for killer of sailor. 138
Testing time for McIlroy says Poulter. 193
THE DAILY POST & YOU. Editorial 134
The Paddocks, Aintree. 323
These little piggies pose disease threat; They're not pets says vet alarmed at 'micro pig' fad. 610
Think's new arm. 86
THOUGHT for the DAY. 184
Tories: Prison site search 'cosmetic'. 525
TOSHACK MUS GO BLASTS ALLEN; Former Wales striker:Briing in peed and Giggs: Boss Tosh has to go demands Malcolm. 591
Union targets Lloyds Banking Group over working practices. 157
Viability fear as ewe flock contracts. 180
Warship repair man in fatal fall. 144
Water firm sees its profits soar. 403
We need to get Wales working; DAILY POST YOUR VOICE IN WALES. Editorial 382
We'll never forget; Silent tribute paid to our fallen heroes. 298
Well preserved; out andABOUT. 117
West aim to build on their good start. 292
Why is this woman putting her head in a cereal box? 155
Wildlife contest. 93
Wildlife officer slams badger attack; MAN FILMED DOG MAULING ANIMAL. 315
X Factor is TV karaoke says Sting. 172
YOU'RE OUT; Months of yob misery end as cops act. 601
Your stars. 653
Your Stars. 656
Youth theatre takes on Gothic horror. 399

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