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Articles from Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England) (April 23, 2002)

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14 die as steamroller crashes on to bus. 116
A touch of class on the home front; TELLY. 377
Airtime for John; YOUR LETTERS. 124
Alan up with best. 95
ALL THREE DESERVE TO WIN THE TILE; IN THE RED CORNER - RIVAL TRIO PLAYING LIKE CHAMPIONS. 647
AMBULANCE? IT'S LIKE A HORSE BOX; ANNE'S JOKE WITH PARAMEDIC. 326
Bad joke, Chris; YOUR LETTERS. 106
BANKRUPTCY THREAT OVER PENSION DEAL. 327
Bar-my action; YOUR LETTERS. 105
Blaze scare at factory. 127
BRIEF CASE. 199
Byas salutes Lancs' last-gasp thriller. 310
Cardinals in Papal talks over sex scandal. 122
Cassidy signs up for Pops. 93
Cassidy signs up for Pops. 88
Chariot racing at Roodee. 203
CITY FURY OVER AXE ON 470 JOBS; Employees pledge to fight jabil closure. 373
Come on Fulham! InterToto could spoil Blues' season; IN THE BLUE CORNER. 241
Connolly set to cover for Radlinski. 330
Crane your necks!; AND YOU MIGHT JUST SPOT US LOOKING DOWN. 332
Dancers are flying the flag. 93
Davis in court dash. 100
Death of a rising star. 92
DIET DIARY; GO FOR IT. 252
Diomede double but Blues draw a blank. 173
Full alert for chemical leak. 107
Go-ahead for pounds 7.5m Blue Coat facelift. 114
Gwen's family fortune; TELLY. 112
Have faith; YOUR LETTERS. 103
He said: You've fallen for an axe murderer on the run from prison; How killer Howey revealed the truth to the woman who had his baby. 1167
HESKEY NEVER WANTS TO GO; REDS READY TO OFFER ENGLAND STAR EXTENDED ANFIELD DEAL. 237
Hill warns Macca he's facing an uphill task at Coventry. 220
Historic night in Spain. 97
How the scientists help to catch the killers; TELLY. 97
How you could prevent a heart attack like Lily Savage's; GO FOR IT. 489
IN THE RED CORNER. 238
Iraq alert; YOUR LETTERS. 163
Joke as Anne enjoys city trip. 186
Joy and tears on jobs front; ECHO COMMENT. 186
Keiron to play through pain. 127
KNIGHT FANTASTIC; Mayor marks George's Day. 496
Making Swede music; YOUR LETTERS. 406
Man dies in stab attack. 127
Megson support plea. 90
Mersey Memory; YOUR LETTERS. 99
Mersey sites win tourism awards. 117
MISSING; MORE CHILDREN ARE PLAYING TRUANT. 283
MUST SEE TV; TELLY. 83
Nation to join the Queen in love-in. 123
NAYSMITH NIGHTMARE; Surgery complications could hit next season. 203
Neston's newcomer Heading right way. 287
New challenge for regeneration chief. 150
No Bull over our pre-final injuries. 196
notice board. 175
O'Neill roars to Oulton debut win. 267
OPTICIAN'S GOES OUT OF BUSINESS; CUSTOMERS SHOCKED BY SHOP CLOSURES. 382
OUR PLAN OF ATTACK; CHALLENGE CUP COUNTDOWN: SAINTS BOSS REVEALS HOW HIS SIDE ARE PREPARING FOR THE BIG WIGAN CLASH. 527
Our summertime blues; GO FOR IT: A quarter of all children now suffer from hayfever. JANE GALLAGHER reports on how to ease the scourge of summer. 660
Parents must take blame; YOUR LETTERS. 146
Peter the great was ideal man for Moyes; IN THE BLUE CORNER. 300
PLEASE DO MORE TO HELP OUR OLD FOLK; IN THE second part of our local election series, reporter STUART DYE examines the main issues affecting Wirral at a politically volatile time. 804
PORT OF CALL; Princes Dock will welcome world's greatest liners. 370
pounds 21m plan could create 2,000 jobs. 118
Power to 'The People'. 167
Prescot bid put to test. 129
Priority is a decent home for everyone. 112
Probe plea as jobs go. 139
PUB BOSS DECLARES WAR ON TRAVELLERS. 255
Reds go cool over Riggott interest. 373
SAINTS READY FOR LEAGUE SHOWDOWN. 403
SHAKE-UP AT LITTLEWOODS; HOME SHOPPING SPLIT FROM SHOPS. 182
Shoppers are up for the cup. 138
So spa, so good; GO FOR IT: Janet Tansley and Susan Lee get pampered. 760
SOAP WATCH; TELLY. 82
Spotlight on roads and youth problems. 114
STAN LANDS THE BIG ONE; ANGLER'S JOY AFTER NETTING pounds 439.925 LOTTO. 297
STARS FACE ROVERS' EXIT. 515
Sven plays it cool. 110
TAKE OFF; GO FOR IT. 249
The perfect location for a weekend in Eire's fair city; GO FOR IT: Paddy Shennan stays down by the riverside in Dublin. 755
Tough action; YOUR LETTERS. 164
TV REVIEW - Romantic interlude; TELLY. 319
TV show hiccup. 83
Under-19s keep Mersey hopes on course for five national trophies; Schools Soccer. 284
VAUXHALL'S STAR IS BORN; MINISTER SALUTES MERSEY PLANT. 244
We need to control council expenditure. 133
We saved our school . . . on our own terms; LEADER: JANET TANSLEY meets the mums who took on the authorities to stop their children's school from closing . . . and won. 944
Where you'll get a bargain next month; GO FOR IT: SHORT breaks. 368
Wilson's battle to halt slide. 268

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