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Articles from Daily Post (Liverpool, England) (May 25, 2011)

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'Torch should come to our town'. 227
'United better without Ronaldo'. 285
1,000 in windfarm protest at Senedd; FOUR MADE SIX-DAY TREK AGAINST POWER PLANS. 373
A protest song is coming to a landscape near you. 498
A spot of laughter; YOUR FUNNY SIDE AND WIN GIG AT THE GIDDY GOAT COMEDY FESTIVAL. 531
Accreditation puts Pinacl at top of the tree. 125
Advertising Feature Final space available [...]. 339
Alun Ffred 'not in leader race' Plaid top job needs new generation - ex-minister. 494
Am dro i Fryn Cader Faner. 1051
analysis. 147
Another uni to charge pounds 9,000. 253
Armed farmer on tractor rampage. 292
Armed police set to patrol railways. 170
Artist uses top model... cars. 267
AS A KITE HIGH; The red kite was once incredibly rare but thankfully now is becoming a much more common sight, Liam Creedon reports. 861
Asians 'feel singled out' for stops. 159
Aurelio aims to put injuries behind him; Brazilian to put in hard yards in bid for fitness. 637
Aurelio vows to boost his fitness levels next season. 636
Bakery creating 30 jobs with high street roll-out. 383
Bangor duo in Welsh Premier dream team. 330
Bank backs dentist's buyout. 111
Battle for golfing top spot pushes sports chain up the leader board; Alistair Houghton speaks to NICK WOOD, chief executive of American Golf. 1349
Bid to drive investment as regeneration looks north. 599
Biker hit mum's pick-up head-on; He'd survived tumour but died in road smash. 388
Boats power up for river festival. 215
Boaz relishing chance to rival ace Hennessey. 963
Borrell and Marsh handed new roles at Reds Academy. 331
Borrowing figures cast doubt on Government's deficit drive. 268
Brown is just short; COUNTY CRICKET. 288
Brymbo marching towards cup glory; WELSH CUP CRICKET. 368
BT communicating with armed forces; business ROUND UP. 165
Budget is a numbers game for boss Moyes; Everton skipper Neville back in a United shirt. 577
Bugs are blamed for bad weather. 168
BUILDING EVACUATED IN UNI FIRE. 123
business diary. 325
Cameron's Cabinet looking like the living dead. 442
Campers breathe easy thanks to product. 219
Cantorion o Affrica; BYD NATUR. 810
Career politicians; emails &letters. 179
Carroll hitting top notes with Links success; golf. 403
Cause for concern on tax powers; LETTERS. 195
CBRE wins deal for L1 scheme. 236
CCTV firm wins Wirral contract. 118
Charity event is a net gain for property man; working day Martyn Green is a partner a King Sturge property consultants, based in Castle Street, Liverpool. This was his day:. 600
Charity in call to business leaders. 186
Charlie will stay in Prem - Levein. 372
Cigarette likely cause of fatal fire. 155
City hopes rise of rescue deal for run-down schools. 470
City's Balotelli won't seek exit; football ROUND-UP. 117
City's Euro cash plea still justified; LIVERPOOL DAILY POST An independent newspaper Established in 1855. Editorial 342
Clucas to spearhead bid for pounds 600m more Euro funding; politics Merseyside hopes for pounds 600m of extra European support. 589
Cnocell yn torri mewn i flwch nythu; LLxN Y LLYSIAU. 277
Co-op robbers jailed for knife raid at store. 297
Coastguard closure 'could add minutes to rescues'. 292
College's business network launched; business ROUND UP. 150
Contract wins drive Abbey on. 195
Council webcasts; emails &letters. 126
Credit where it's due for struggling sole traders. 899
Crosby-born Catholic leader to take part in school reunion. 510
Crown Princess set to launch start of Mersey cruise season. 478
Cyclists can be trusted to use prom; DAILY POST OUR VIEW. Editorial 341
Cyclists claim victory on ban; 'Reponsible' bikers can use prom. 476
Daughter walks in memory of mum. Obituary 227
De La Rue warns of job losses. 126
Deja vu Blues left chasing their more moneyed rivals. 1137
Denbigh dented. 117
Di Resta's loving life in fast lane; FORMULA ONE. 305
Diffyg tail yn cadw'r wennol draw? LLYTHYRAU. 237
Drama'n dangos nad ydi hi byth yn rhy hwyr. 810
Eastern promise lands plant hunters win Chelsea awards. 181
editor's note. 164
EEF calls for debate on energy targets. 119
England's Pietersen is out to prove the critics wrong. 393
Esclusham lose. 169
EU nations decide for themselves; LETTERS. 266
European goal for Mersey company. 127
Eurozone fears bring instability to global markets. 563
Everton plans are hindered. 523
Fahey's unbeaten Angel eyes more glory. 266
FBW will host breakfast event; roundUP. 163
Fellowes for film panel. 105
Fergie glad he's not a young boss. 276
Firms can download fact sheet with skills. 142
First funding award for region's eco-friendly sector. 166
Flying a flag for Flintshire beaches. 169
Fountain to re-open amid row over pounds 100,000 repair bill. 337
Franchise model 'thriving in UK'. 221
Friday's D-day for future of Dragon. 742
From passionate footballer toa keen housing chief; 'IF YOU DON'T HAVE A DECENT HOME, IT WILL UNDERMINE EVERYTHING ELSE IN YOUR LIFE' IN THE COMPANY OF... Paul Diggory, chief executive of North Wales Housing With MARTIN WILLIAMS. 1248
Gary Bainbridge. 672
Gearing up for the Urdd. 637
Get on the web for bigger sales. 404
Give us more of the pony express; LETTERS. 175
Goodison strikes Gold as he earns Jamaica recall. 369
Green company in Conwy move. 188
Gwenu drwy'r amser ... bron. 413
Hanbury pens deal to remain with Crusaders. 595
Het Iwan yn adrodd cyfrolau. 1185
I can beat Vettel, claims Hamilton; formula one. 311
Iceland leads retail pack as sales increase beats rivals. 258
If Giggs hadn't taken out injunction he'd [...]; Clifford: Imogen wouldn't have sold her story. 595
IT'S A KIND OF MAGIC; Carling Nations Cup: Wales v Scotland Earnie aiming to conjure up Welsh victory. 570
It's opened up a whol le world to them; Children in one of the most deprived areas of Liverpool are reaping the benefits of the RLPO's In Harmony project, as Laura Davis reports. 1169
It's time to look ahead and focus [...]; CBI boss Cridland urges N.Wales SMEs to increase exports. 584
Jane's skin trade. 322
JOURNALISTS' CARS VANDALISED AT STAR'S HOME. 223
Jury still out as Cameron moves to relaunch maligned Big Society; 'Initiatives include donations through mobiles'. 393
Keep the Union; emails &letters. 181
Kids feel neglected at such an important time of their lives; PARENTS' FURY AS FIVE OF SCHOOL'S SIX TEACHERS OFF SICK OVER ROW. 526
Landlords need to refurbish older buildings to attract occupiers. 413
ldp mobile 'Good to be back' as Obama visit celebrates special relationship. 633
Letsgo looks an Ayr ace. 318
Life's too short to work for somebody else; Car salesman turning over millions. 474
Litigation demands. 126
Liverpool's new Lord Mayor inaugurated. 273
London market. 279
M&S main faller due to caution. 533
M&S profits soar despite 'challenging' conditions. 338
Maghull appoints agents to scheme. 104
Magnificent 7s returns as Caldy hold annual showcase. 611
Maharoof called up for Sri Lanka as Lancs stutter; cricket. 435
Maria in fine form. 131
Mary teaching musical youth value of education. 355
Masked men in attack on cars near Giggs home. 151
Masterchef winner in weekend masterclass. 125
Men can walk away from prostate cancer. Disease/Disorder overview 157
Moody's to downgrade ratings of 14 British banks and lenders. 585
Murray left 'annoyed' by first-round victory. 561
Murray through with simple win. 647
Mwynhau fy hun efo brwsh paent - a hynny heb dorri'r gyfraith! 778
Nation won't be backing us - Fergie. 150
National title for Rhos bike ace Ryan. 367
New blow as pounds 5.5bn Liverpool Waters plan faces fresh criticism. 545
North Wales' Exiles' Mark Copeland on his quest for glory. 234
O'Brien collects Loo supporters player of year award; local rugby union. 259
Obesity surgery called for on NHS. 177
Officer charged for G20 death. 216
Officer to be charged over G20 killing. 152
ON THIS DAY IN ... 173
Pecyn gwerth pounds 40 ar gael i'w ennill. 197
Petersen shines as Glam put up total; COUNTY CRICKET. 200
Pickoftheday. 182
Pickoftheday. 180
Planning row duo choose jury trial. 251
Player of the season: Leighton Baines. 109
pounds 3million loans fund launched for SMEs. 159
pounds 50m eco fund for companies. 398
pounds 6m pier gamble; COUNCIL BANKING ON HUGE GRANTS IN BID FOR CRUMBLING RELIC. 454
private business; Efficiency catalyst for firm's growth. 277
Proventec's losses halve as dash for profit starts. 422
Pupil injured himself, classmate tells city tribunal. 222
Rape sentences are already too lenient; emails &letters. 227
Reconstruction of Viking longship to sail to Wirral on maiden voyage. 726
RICS says firms at risk due to poor property choices. 334
Royal day boosts Clogau's profits; business ROUND UP. 192
Run Services in school revamp. 128
Saints march on. 113
Save our schools; THREE RURAL FACILITIES FACE AXE IN MAJOR SHAKE-UP. 504
Saxons recruit Stevens eyes spot in World Cup squad. 277
Season may be a turning point in Liverpool's history; Red Watch. 572
Sharapova breezes into second round at Roland Garros. 233
Show us respect demands skipper. 309
Sir Alex unfazed by tribal support. 711
Sole Power not certain to head to Royal Ascot. 722
Spaniard survives a scare. 199
Summer buys can make us contenders - Gerrard. 629
Summer buys can turn Reds into contenders says Stevie. 525
SuperPort plan could see Mersey trade soar. 316
Superport plans can boost businesses in all sectors. 311
The Daily Post &You. 136
the list. 224
The logistics of region's growth; The superport plans can supercharge the economy in the next decade. Alex Turner reports. 1233
The Long View. 406
thought for the day; emails &letters. 138
Thousands grounded by the ash. 403
Thousands to benefit from pounds 136m project; 36 contracts worth pounds 5m for tradespeople. 441
Timpson is key-note speaker at awards. 467
Top-class cycling centre opens. 137
Tories no friends of the farmers; LETTERS. 176
Toulon can't afford to keep Gavin; RUGBY UNION. 239
Trackers fitted to Welsh seabirds. 151
trading gossip. 200
Tribute to teen found hanged. 194
Tributes paid to Plaid councillor. Obituary 247
Turbulence in Middle East hits Holidaybreak revenues. 357
Two men injured in car smash. 222
UK rolls out the red carpet for president. 633
Under-fire KP insists: Cricket is my world; England ace not quitting one-day game. 657
Venmore TV auction nets pounds 1.2m-plus. 206
Village housing estate finished. 155
Wales can't run its own Coastguard; DEVOLVED SERVICE RULED OUT IN CLASHES OVER AT-RISK STATIONS. 455
Watchdog to tackle 'dodgy takeaways' ALMOST HALF OF VENUES FAIL HYGIENE STANDARDS. 460
Wavertree residents I will not let you down. 131
Waves splashes out in UK drive. 370
We'll be up there again says Ashton; Defender is latest to sign on for next term. 707
WELL, the summer holidays [...]. 467
Welsh channel must keep its own voice; MPS' QUIZ FOR MAN LIKELY TO TAKE OVER S4C CHAIRMANSHIP. 505
Why Henson is no longer in Toulon's plans; rugby union. 225
Win not priority for new boss Gary. 382
Wirral pounds 50k lotto winner. 102
Women's Organisation explores Boston trade links. 154
World-class exam result. 132
Y Blaid gaeodd Ysgol y Parc; LLYTHYRAU. 226
Yard promises 'no limit' in review of Madeleine case. 440
Your Stars with. 654

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