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

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'Accidental Leaders' set to reach top in creative sector; Mersey firms join project to develop talent. 430
'Cannibalised' galaxies feeding new stars. 182
137,000 jobs cut to meet savings. 174
999 response targets missed; BUT N. WALES HEADS TABLE FOR 8-MINUTE TURNOUTS. 343
A crafty use of character; Sue Kelbrick visits an Arts and Crafts home with room to breathe. 317
A policeman told us: Be prepared for the worst; Three people questioned, then released. 698
Add some sparkle to autumn; Style City/fashion: Wallis have combined hard-wearing leather with deicate sequins for the new collection. Emma Pinch looks at what's on offer. 225
Agency's charity pledge. 129
Arsenal extend contracts for young stars. 248
Arshavin hopeful of Wales return; football ROUND-UP. 260
Artist's paintings rooted in his past. 158
Ask the IT girl ... JUDITH O'BRIEN, managing director of IT Answers, talks to Emma Thompson. 367
Attendance worries the only cloud as cup winners Warrington are a team in the ascendency. 356
Axed staff to march on metal plant. 292
Ayala eager for first-team action. 305
Baddeley is just denied victory in Gateshead. 263
Baines keeps eyes on World Cup prize; Baines eyes cup prize. 336
Baines' England ambition; Everton deny bid for pounds 2m Kranjcar. 281
Ban the cheats, but there has to be greater consistency Arsene Wenger has been treated harshly. 552
Barry Flanagan; OBITUARY. Obituary 324
Barry wrangle was 'hard to accept' admits Alonso. 566
Battle to save old mansion. 173
Be patient with Yak. 147
Beauty/ win or bin? 217
Bird colony takes tern for the better. 142
Blundell back as trio of trialists impress. 225
Blundell's comeback boost for Chester. 227
Bolt is fixed on winning 200m; IN BRIEF. 99
Bookmakers fearing Fallon factor on return; RACING. 581
BP gets boost from oil find; In brief. 82
Brain injury gel hopes. 84
Brighter outlook for construction. 80
British hostage's body handed over; FAMILIES FACE ANXIOUS WAIT AS CORPSE IS IDENTIFIED. 393
Brown's stature; yourLETTERS. 155
Burglar found hiding in site bin. 179
Burglar's dog is collared. 137
By invitation only; Carolyn Hughes reports from the latest lunches, launches and parties. 338
Call-up is reward for Skupski's progress; TENNIS. 633
Campaign aims to save rare lizards. 130
Capello calls up Bolton defender Cahill. 237
Car industry boost as new Minis planned. 141
Catalogue of complaints against city suburb bars; Loud music after hours a headache for residents. 611
CCW high flier; out andABOUT. 88
Cheating's impossible to outlaw - it's part of game. 531
Chocolate still tops for lunchboxes. 132
Churches open up. 106
City remembers bonds of war; Exhibition explores WWII link with Poland. 477
City to host disorders meeting; IN BRIEF . Conference news 84
CLASSROOM REVOLUTION; It's back to school: Play-based early years system is rolled out. 334
Coddington, near Chester, pounds 850,000. 189
Computer trickery relives golden age of The Beatles. 171
Conn to plunder poole prize. 303
Conwy seal team crown; SPORT EXTRA. 710
Could you help families cope through troubles? 463
Council chiefs no longer stand for 'lift allowance'. 215
Crosby, pounds 699,999. 232
Crown Fields, near Chester, pounds 574,950. 338
Cunning chimps give ants some stick. 138
Curfew for chef after bus attack. 207
Dad found drowned in fishing pool. 337
Deaf swimmer Luke shatters sound barrier. 211
Dean rep ruined as Quins get a let off; RUGBY UNION. 244
Defoe is keen to escape any Owen talk. 477
Delight as curious travelling cat Gerrard returns home for family reunion. 179
Demolition notices 'threat' to listed shop; Pledge to save city cultural gem. 474
DENIED HER COLLEGE PLACE AS COUNCIL SPENDS TOO MUCH; Heartbreak for disabled teenager after funding is withdrawn at last minute. 588
Designs are the heel thing; Liverpool's girls gave Aruna Seth the inspiration to be fabulous. Dawn Collinson reports. 913
DFB tragedy must never be repeated; Llandyrnog part of co-op's downfall. 481
Different planet; LETTERS to the EDITOR. Letter to the editor 113
Do the donkey work and rebrand your company if you want to stand out in the market-place. 332
Don't ever write off Liverpool warns Carra. 228
Driving ban for TV star. 128
Dunne hopes for top four at Villa; IN BRIEF. 88
ETCHER SKETCH; Artist to record mine in its own copper. 145
Excelsior in pounds 20m Deeside move. 178
Facing facts about foundation. 101
Facing up to network dangers; LETTERS to the EDITOR. Letter to the editor 138
Factory cut staff hours; Four-day week to avoid redundacies. 372
Family stung over 50 times by wasps; Medics tell of lucky escape after attack. 422
FAW back eligibility rule plan. 275
Firm has pounds 20m move in the bag. 371
Foodie festival; out andABOUT. 99
Four in court over attack plot; IN BRIEF . 80
Fund helps small firms to create hundreds of jobs. 267
FUW appointees; out andABOUT. 81
Garnett pleased with battling display as Rovers fight back. 213
Glam hit by weather. 145
Good work; yourLETTERS. 123
Hamilton to speak. 97
Hefin plays host; out andABOUT. 94
Hospital worker 'kissed patient'. 121
I had to leave after Rafa put me up for sale; BUT THERE WAS NO RIFT SAYS XABI. 491
I hated cows - now I'm a dairy champion; FARMER WHO SWAPPED TRACTORS FOR MILKERS. 696
I'll always back livestock marts; NZ scholar supports YFC lamb premium. 495
I'm no bench warmer says Collins. 251
I've been let down... I want to go home; Babel sights Ajax loan after claiming Anfield promises haven't been kept: Babel is looking to leave Anfield. 629
Idea theft 'should be made criminal'. 107
Ignored again; LETTERS to the EDITOR. Letter to the editor 111
In the frame; LETTERS to the EDITOR. Letter to the editor 119
Indian GP's fine; IN BRIEF. 95
Island leisure closure re-think. 227
Jeanette Gwatkin, 46, is a consultant at Bridging Finance NW; Living it up with... 274
Junior Gogs open competition with losses. 199
Just good television; yourLETTERS. 114
KILLED YARDS FROM HOME; WOMAN DIES AFTER TRAIN HITS CAR: Villagers stunned by level crossing tragedy. 611
Landowner clashes with river paddler; Canoeist threatened to 'break wife's neck'. 535
Landslip causes 18-mile detour; Main north-south link shut for days. 348
Lap dancing plan for hotel; I need to earn extra income, says owner. 449
Late payments a drag on small firms. 152
LET ME GO TO AJAX; Babel: Rafa has broken his promise: I've been let down by Reds says Ryan. 460
Life on canvas; Artist celebrates Snowdon's shepherds. 392
Little action at Old Trafford again as Lancashire struggle; CRICKET. 444
Longest married husband dies. 187
Matalan to hire 1,800 staff in festive recruitment push; Discount chain opening three new stores. 303
Mersey financial jobs in danger as Cattles bids to control costs. 182
Mold ace Jones suffers in Milan; sport ROUND-UP. 158
Moyes battling to work with what he's given; BLUE WATCH MARK O'BRIEN - ON MOYES' STRUGGLE. 451
Murdered Anthony's mother to address TUC conference; Equality key theme of city gathering. 295
Murray prepares to meet a familiar foe in US Open. 352
Murray set for old-pals reunion; TENNIS: US OPEN. 299
MUSIC Brian Wilson/ Philharmonic Hall. 343
NEVER AGAIN; Hughes: City summer spree last of its kind. 474
New stadia key to 2018; Clubs plan key role in city's World Cup bid. 651
news QUIZ. 105
No more fiddling for Harrington; IN BRIEF. 81
Nothing absurd in Lodestar's success; THEATRE Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead/ Novas CUC. 349
Nugent keen to answer critics; IN BRIEF. 90
Nurse leaps into unknown in memory of RAF boyfriend; Skydive novice conquers her fear of heights. 399
OAP wins sofa pay-out. 84
Old bells will ring. 94
ON THIS DAY IN ... 108
One in one out for key Saints clash; RUGBY LEAGUE. 309
Only way is up for resilient Everton. 380
Osprey success; out andABOUT. 97
Over-policing; LETTERS to the EDITOR. Letter to the editor 98
Paphos, Cyprus, from 320,000 euros; investment opportunity. 266
PC World slump. 86
Pensioners 'plotted to smuggle drugs in chicken'. 264
PHOTO CONTEST WINNER SNAPS UP pounds 600 PRIZE CAMERA; Picture to feature in exhibition. 140
Pick of the day. 175
Pick of the day; THE ARTS EDITOR'S PICK OF THE DAY. 152
Pitman Training to invest more than pounds 500,000 in new Liverpool base. 179
Plan to create work for 85,000. 237
Plaza celebrates 70 years; Wizard of Oz to be shown in special WW2 screening. 551
Plinth success for job seeker. 123
Plumbers aim to tap into prize money on cross-Europe charity trek. 180
PM says no deals struck for release; IN BRIEF . 82
PM's sorrow as Iraqis hand over 'British hostage body' 'Our thoughts with families'. 565
pounds 5m splashed out to boost coast tourism; SEA'S THE KEY TO PROSPERITY: Cash to encourage watersport growth. 358
Power converter given the go-ahead. 168
Premier League spending down on last season. 225
Put the price up; LETTERS to the EDITOR. Letter to the editor 103
Rain may scupper Stars bid for Champion glory. 249
Real jobs will ease heartbreak; DAILY POST YOUR VOICE IN WALES. Editorial 344
Red faces as 'flagship' city foots pounds 5.5m street falls bill; Figure third highest in UK. 490
Region's apology; sport ROUND-UP. 82
Reining in my enthusiasm. 556
Reserves secure victory on Prenton debut. 254
Rooney's on course to eclipse Sir Bobby. 600
Salt of the Urdd; out andABOUT. 93
Sand lizards make a return. 232
Schools' pounds 20million revamps underway. 248
Scotland defeated over bomber. 178
Second air ambulance aims to save more lives in region; New copter as rescue charity spreads wings. 403
Sir Bobby memorial service screened. 131
Six of the best. 1019
Stability blunder blamed for beached ship mishap. 318
Stalker through; IN BRIEF. 96
Star-studded rockers; Want your look to stand out from the crowd? Dawn Collinson finds a way to make a lasting impression. 365
Store robbers made their escape on pedal bikes; Help us find 'getaway cycles', say police. 323
Street party time; MARK THOMAS TRUST THE POST. 437
Swine flu mild for most of us; yourLETTERS. 354
Teen to find out court fate. 111
THE DAILY POST & YOU. Editorial 134
The final pictures - CCTV shows girl and mother's partner before lorry murder. 179
THE recent closure announcement [...]. 502
The thigh's the limit at any age; Fashion Victim Fashion Victim Emma Johnson thinks she needs help. 490
This could be a future icon. 147
THOUGHT for the DAY. 212
Top marks for new site. 169
Trees please; out andABOUT. 82
Tripped up by the statistics. 290
Trotting season reaches climax. 141
Trust me this really is good for North Wales. 850
Try turning up the heat; Gabrielle Fagan looks at why the kitchen is hot right now. 1390
UK insurers rally against new EU rules; In brief. 115
Umpires right, but were are now short of practice. 691
Usain's targets; sport ROUND-UP. 98
We can't read meter ... it's been covered up. 147
We want to roll Littlewoods brand out across Europe; Newly-launched Shop Direct site targets UK exiles. 352
We will walk into school and no-one will walk out alive; COURT TOLD TEENS PLANNED MASSACRE. 461
WE WON; Hospital will get pounds 45million revamp after protesters campaign against service cuts. 597
Weight warning to bus drivers. 152
West Cheshire's Goodwin trains with Rimmer; LOCAL ATHLETICS. 422
WOMAN KILLLED BY TRAIN; Elderly driver's car hit on unmanned crossing. 107
Women farmers switch to girl power. 198
World's best invited to decamp at Prenton. 447
Would-be soldiers go wild for charity. 101
Young revellers; LETTERS to the EDITOR. Letter to the editor 82
Youngster Ayala hungry for more; Ayala wants more. 302
Your Stars With Patrick Arundell. 655
Your Stars. With. 655
Youth homeless shelter snubbed; PLAN VOTED OUT AFTER CAMPAIGN BY NEIGHBOURS. 297

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