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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (November 24, 2009)

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'Bankers' greed causes job losses'. 145
'Elephant' on site. 249
'No stumbling blocks' for Silverstone retaining GP; MOTORSPORT. 206
... inwhich our hero mulls over the way email has changed the world - though not necessarily for the better. 582
8 arrests in spate of house burglaries. 253
African teen had 5 years to live... look at him now; Tumour shrinks thanks to brain op paid for by N.Wales fundraisers. 381
Ambitions are not just Dreams; St Helens has built monuments to its past, but is increasingly proud of what it is achieving today. 2252
Aquilani absence gets more baffling. 378
AROUND THE CLUBS; Local results and events. 207
Arrests 'made to boost database'. 210
Benitez hoping for another miracle in Champions League. 454
Better rail links 'need cash aid'. 226
Beware of bogus telecom scam. 158
Big crowds - but where's the skill gone in union? 595
Birds connect with all sorts of people. 94
Blues must take fight to Tigers from the start. 448
BUSINESS LUNCH; Tony McDonough takes a trip down memory lane with Sue Weir, at Merchants, in Liverpool city centre. 1252
BUSINESS MATTERS; with Steve Sankson, of The Royal Bank of Scotland and NatWest in Merseyside. 614
Businesses pushed to save energy. 323
Cadbury shares hit two-year high amid rumours of takeover tussle. 197
Canadian research makes Stewart's mining for opportunities worthwhile. Company overview 348
Carragher hopes it's not a bit of history repeating. 1132
Carragher's great escape; Liverpool defender desperate to avoid history repeating itself. 1079
Chester looking to arrest alarming slide. 286
Children's memorial. 85
City 'has struck gold' with tourism chief; Alison McRae takes charge at Destination Liverpool. 512
City lawman helps to bring in wider range of judges. 385
City's regeneration steps up; Council set to move into landmark HQ building while Northgate project is set for revival. 700
Clean-up begins as floods subside. 133
Comic's penguin wings in. 128
Conservation volunteers sought for Tree Week; OUTDOORS. 171
Council cash office service facing axe; But cost-cutting idea raises concerns over how elderly pay bills. 427
Council finance chief warns of pounds 2m overspend; Wirral library closures U-turn will add to costs. 350
Country roles for long-term jobless. 135
Cup six-shooters quick on the draw as Earp hits target; Carlsberg West Cheshire League. 314
Cyclist hurt in collision. 85
Daley nets to turn tie in Page's favour; LCFA Premier League. 145
Darling is urged to back industry. 227
Delight at Tory visit; LETTERS to the EDITOR. Letter to the editor 93
Dennis marries for third time. 147
Design for world record car. 105
Divers check extent of rail line damage; DELUGE CAUSES CHAOS. 357
Do adjust your sets for digital TV switch. 233
Don't let red tape put lives in danger. 200
Don't tempt charity thieves; DAILY POST YOUR VOICE IN WALES. Editorial 90
Drink and drugs driving shock. 126
Duchess's ex-aide missing from jail. 200
EDITOR'S LETTER. Editorial 503
Elisabeth S/derstr/m; OBITUARY. Obituary 358
Emergency talks as fears grow Borders may be close to collapse. 176
Emmerdale & the Best of [...]. 116
Enterprise offers new start; ADVERTISING FEATURE: Elixir Foundations provides essential social: support and guidance with a little help from Stepclever. 438
Entrepreneurial spirit 'better than ever'. 161
Everton need to believe they are winners again; They looked as though they were waiting to be beaten. 462
Expectation is hogh for us to beat England. 731
Extended haunting as ghostly tales set to become a series. 112
Extra pounds 10m for ENWORKS to help SMEs; NWDA-backed project will help firms save an estimated pounds 60m. 553
Fab Four teaser wows Delhi in tourism push. 259
Families asked to step back in time to 1890s for TV experiment. 126
Fawlty Towers Tribute Break 2 [...]. 412
Film success boosts shares; In brief. 86
Firms escaping EPC penalties; Survey finds councils offer guidance on energy legislation, rather than issuing fines. 803
flashBACK; Bangor University. 163
Flood nightmare; LETTERS to the EDITOR. Letter to the editor 88
Focus on 'hidden' abuse. 185
Folk and art night at Palm House. 192
Footballer in cheat shock. 166
Four-star Seymour; Liverpool & District League. 125
Fury at golf hotel setback; Wirral planners under fire over Hoylake project delay: 'Archaic' system is delaying investment. 714
Future of leisure stores is secured. 214
Gem of an idea helps students to earn and learn with ease; The founder and fans of a 'matchmaking' website explain to Neil Hodgson how under graduates and employers can reap the benefits of the pioneering initiative in equal measure. 1456
Girl, 16, dies in fall under train. 262
Global warning; yourLETTERS. 103
Go-Ahead in pounds 20m bid for bus operator; In brief. 98
Grant is a real cracker for United Biscuits. 257
Grewal leads from the front. 152
Gritting crews strike threat avoided. 300
Health centre will cope with more patients. 213
Heath sticking it out for Cheshire. 215
Henry is stunned by lack of support. 318
High time for a quick decision. 268
Historic cricket club faces closure; Drive to lure new members as shutdown fears mount. 465
Hooray for twins' exit. 131
Hospice to hold festive fundraiser. 146
Houston is edged out in play-off. 507
Hunt for missing woman called off. 249
I always knew I'd comeback stronger after radical treatment says Benayoun. 581
I TOOK ON UK GOVERNMENT ... AND WON; Six-year fight to force quarries to be greener. 481
I'm sorry I walked out of the Jungle. 303
Investor ups stake in coach firm. 190
Is it a Liver Bird? Or a Mankey Monkey? 162
Kersh sees a brighter future. 125
Key victory for asbestos cancer sufferers exposed to low level of contact. 217
Ladysmith officials visit city for talks on Kop twinning plan. 171
Lancashire is the real pleasure land for Joy. 230
Land Securities chief executive predicts property values will rise for five years; Recovery is under way, says Salway. 392
Landlords warned to look for signs of trouble. 137
Laverney's double strike has Legion soldiering on. 557
Lawyer wins sentence appeal. 147
Leading Change. 220
LEGALLY SPEAKING with Bill Chandler, commercial property partner at Hill Dickinson; with Bill Chandler, commercial property partner at Hill Dickinson. 665
Leisure firm future secured as CVA wins 97% support; 4,000 jobs saved after retail group's deal. 250
Library lecture. 87
Liverpool Chamber publishes the Little Green Book. 188
Liverpool team helping oil giants solve the riddle of the sands to find new reserves. 373
Liverpool turn to Youth Cup; LIVERPOOL. 350
Locals vote for pounds 25k on play ship. 286
Low-carbon action plan aims to safeguard jobs in Cheshire. 230
Man arrested following siege in flat. 95
Man in 'coma' for years: I was awake; I screamed but there was nothing to hear. 435
Mansour to miss Harriers meeting. 388
Meet the bright young eco warriors; University's finest to hitch to conference. 1099
Mental health care lottery for Welsh children; WAG told to tackle gulf in standards inside 6 months. 380
Merseytravel steers its way to ferry tourism success; Spaceport, U-Boat and Beatles Story exhibitions help organisation attract more passengers. 403
Miracle cure for Europe sought; Benayoun hails doctor as Liverpool eye turnaround: Liverpool looking for a miracle cure for European woes. 630
MPs' cash claims referred to CPS. 215
Murphy blows Stoke off course; EVERTON. 398
Murray knows there's still much to do; TENNIS. 207
Musical so full of Christmas spirits; THEATRE Scrooge/ Empire Theatre, Liverpool. 413
Mussels will put island on the map; DAILY POST YOUR VOICE IN WALES. Editorial 253
N Wales herd slows TB check; roundUP. 114
National Trust dreaming of a green Christmas. 273
Nature reserve main talking point at environment seminar. 286
New era in Wirral health care begins. 249
New head for troubled school. 202
New Proventec products offer hope for the future; Potential from foods and petrochemicals. 421
New role for Nigel in financial services group. 268
NEWCASTLE manager Chris Hughton [...]. 134
news QUIZ. 109
No Capitol gains for Grange against Neston Youth; Wallasey & District League. 335
No Eastern promise. 417
No going back to League for Ford; RUGBY LEAGUE. 246
No time to feel sorry for ourselves; Neill: No time to feel sorry for ourselves. 463
Nowhere Boy's path to greatness; FILM PREMIERE: Nowhere Boy (15). 503
Nurses believe figures 'fiddled'. 182
Ocean once covered half of Mars. 124
Official seal on pounds 6m revamp for dental hospital; More student dentists can now train in city. 311
Ofsted 'just saving face'. 139
ON THIS DAY IN ... 171
OPINION; Legal recruiter Tim Bates, from website comparelegal, addresses diversity in law firms. 202
Owen craves a first title medal. 557
Parr puts Walton on course for victory; AMATEUR FOOTBALL. 279
Parry patches up side and gets on with it. 679
Partners are needed; LETTERS to the EDITOR. Letter to the editor 195
Pay freeze staff are recession's 'unsung heroes'. 160
PC gets life for killing his bride; He staged crash to fool police. 434
Pick of the day. 175
Pick of the day; THE ARTS EDITOR'S PICK OF THE DAY. 169
Pilot scheme to help firms fly; Business Link Northwest to work with entrepreneurs who may not know where to find assistance. 523
pounds 140k to develop nature reserve. 271
Progress would be up with best - Benitez; Progress would be up with our best - Benitez. 661
Quiet inspiration Cathy looking to improve - at 90; Southport Ladies stalwart proves that golf really is a game for life. 396
Rare Thatcher honour as portrait unveiled. 243
Relief at twins' X Factor exit; yourLETTERS. 138
Return to European Tour on cards as Archer finds consistency in Spain; Keenan fails to make final stages after late collapse. 519
Ruling on charges over MPs' expenses hangs in balance; Police hand investigation files over to CPS for trial decision. 385
Ryanair expects to soar above rival in 2010. 157
School premium; britain ROUND-UP. 104
SET IN STONE; Veteran bell ringer during immortalised repairs on church. 166
Shadows to strike again. 342
Snappers stepping out of the shadows; Flickr shots throw light on city scenes. 151
So proud of Michael; LETTERS to the EDITOR. Letter to the editor 108
Sometimes I think it would've been better if I'd died; AUTOBIOGRAPHY FOR BRAVE RUGBY ACE: ...but paralysed 'Yogi' tells of hope for future in book. 465
South American joint ventures enable Viridian to fill in local expertise holes; Wirral landfill services provider creates operations in Columbia and Brazil. 547
Spotlight on Merseyside's other places; SEFTON: A coastline that boasts tourist hot-spots from golf: courses to holiday camps and iconic sculptures. 496
St Helens club aims for the Sky with first TV date. 175
Stars turn out as Liverpool charity premiere raises cash for Alder Hey hospital appeal. 259
Student Swinburn seals win. 227
Sun Valley jobs threat. 87
Support drive to save animals; LETTERS to the EDITOR. Letter to the editor 185
Suspected bomb causes city chaos; Army expert called to gas cylinder scare. 351
Taking hi-tech research to the marketplace; Businesses help universities spin out new technologies. 432
Taking it to the world; Liverpool John Lennon Airport backs export campaign. 375
Teenagers see horrific effects of knife crime; Doctors show shocking images. 265
Telescopes hunting black holes and revelations. 258
THE DAILY POST & YOU. Editorial 134
The pressure at this club is immense to get us back up but I'm still the man; RACECOURSE BOSS DEANO ANSWERS YOUR QUESTIONS: In an exclusive chat with Wrexham boss DEAN SAUNDERS, Post Sport readers get the chance to grill the former Wales striker. 2176
THOUGHT for the DAY. 169
Time to bite bullet and put Aquilani in. 245
TMP gives Duke special award for Liverpool One. 177
Too congested; yourLETTERS. 243
Too small to pay for parking. 153
Toomua given big chance to shine in Wallabies warm-up. 422
TOTALLY FRANK; Frank McKenna is the chairman of Downtown Liverpool In Business. 548
Tourist information. 972
Tributes paid to popular guitarist. 359
Trio all set for All Blacks Test. 276
Trott focused as he returns home. 563
Trott ready to 'come home' with England; CRICKET. 504
TV's blight on Blyton. 659
U-turn on pounds 250k Welsh language nursery closures. 349
Undiscovered pearl has more to offer than rugby and coal; ST HELENS: Public art and laser tagging to help boost borough economy. 619
University challenge for new chancellor; Former government climate change advisor takes up key role. 530
Up close and personal wi ith the Fab Four; Forty years after their last live gig, Jade Wright looks at rare backstage photos of The Beatles' landmark performances. 1042
US deal boosts St Asaph firm. 340
Variety is the spice of life; THEBIG INTERVIEW. Company overview 2249
Wales duo released for Blues. 270
Walk-out threat at Liverpool prison. 107
We have to bounce back blasts Lucas. 264
We need Mourinho return. 193
We'll build up our mussels; Processing plant to launch brand, boost profits and create jobs. 443
We'll have to chain poppy boxes down; Anger at latest wave of charity collection raids. 433
We'll turn Wales into wildlife oasis; GROUP IN TV BID FOR pounds 50K LOTTERY CASH. 468
We're true heroes; LETTERS to the EDITOR. Letter to the editor 171
Wenger: Forget about World Cup; IN BRIEF. 82
Western defeat Players; AMATEUR FOOTBALL. 153
When Denbighshire looked like this ... 350-million-year-old fossil find proves North Wales was all coral. 410
Whirlwind time for Scots ace Lawson. 233
Whiteoak is highlight of McCain's fab four; RACING. 663
Why we need another Wylfa; yourLETTERS. 416
Wirral traffic wardens to target cars on grass verges; Council to extend no-parking zones in borough. 321
WIRRAL: Attracting visitors from golfers to gourmets. 251
Woman attacked in front of kids. 167
Woodland plan brings new life to landfill sites; Partnership funds pounds 2m regeneration scheme. 344
Work for Murray; sport ROUND-UP. 118
Working poor 'must get fuel aid'. 194
You sold us down river say flood-hit residents. 201
Young chefs do battle in kitchen. 454
Young hoping to regain top spot. 248
Young professionals get networking; Organisation sees membership rise despite recession. 496
Youngster Lofthouse triumphs on island. 200
Your Stars With Patrick Arundell. 630
Your Stars. 651
Youth, 17, on teen murder charge. 130

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