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Articles from Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England) (November 14, 2002)

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18 dead after minibus fire. 90
50 YEARS AT NUMBER ONE; Liverpool still tops world pop chart. 472
And now the olds. . . 84
Angling: Champions look good for defence. 138
Angling: Fishing bonanza. 86
Angling: LAS share honours. 143
Angling: OTTERSPOOL. 156
Arson attacks on the rise. 150
Atletics: Liverpool men push Trafford all the way. 459
Boxing: ENGLISH PRIDE. 867
Brief Case. 207
CAINS' PROFIT PLEDGE. 254
Cancer victim had pay stopped. 117
CHARITY ANGRY AT CONFERENCE FEES; But ECHO wins them passes. 335
City Living: City is open all hours; Shopsand leisure arethemagnet. 169
City Living: Feng Shui gives Billy the Quay to success. 329
City Living: New apartments with added value. 268
Cricket: Scan will decide Flintoff's future. 209
Do not miss chance to win pounds 10,000. 84
Do you feel you could join us? 149
Echoes of the ECHO. 96
FAKE FAG ALERT; Smokers warned. 307
Feed Back: Grace and disfavour. 383
Fishing: Rigby defies elements. 123
Football: Blues boss backs his Great Dane. 333
Football: Blues ride crest of wave. 291
Football: BOBBY'S DAZZLER; Bellamy's last gasp strike puts Newcastle through. 313
Football: COMPETITION RESULT. 86
Football: Gerrard has ability to hit back. 542
Football: Get your tickets. 97
Football: Has Gerard lost faith in Gerrard? Hornets look to meet pounds 9m target. 742
Football: Hornets look to meet pounds 9m target. 96
Football: HOW MOTORMEN MISSED THE SKY. 838
Football: Injured Rio may pay for United's victory. 330
Football: Just champion as Spaniards march on to Euro glory. 189
Football: Keane: I wish I'd punched Shearer. 155
Football: MERSEY STARS' BRAIN WORRIES; Heavy f oo t ba l l s a cause f o r conce r n. 410
Football: No excuses for Fulham. 135
Football: Police drop claim against Millwall. 83
Football: Reserves earn a 1-1 draw with late goal. 185
Football: ROVERS EYE CUP REVENGE. 715
Football: Show Bosnich understanding says Taylor. 144
Football: SORT IT OUT; Houllier's message to Gerrard after talks. 267
Football: THE JURY; MERSEYSIDE FANS DELIVER THEIR VERDICTS ON THE WEEK'S BIG TALKING POINTS. 1620
Football: Thompson enjoying Rovers role. 221
Football: United set to face Deportivo. 262
Gilchrist digs in. 127
Girl is missing. 89
Golf: Bailey's back on form. 120
Golf: Consistency key for Roy. 326
Golf: Evans' bright idea. 186
Good, the Bad and the Noisy. 270
HELP US HELP MORE KIDS; ChildLine call for Mersey volunteers. 366
Hilton to peg back spending. 128
Hospital is state of the heart. 89
How to win by design. 207
I can do that!: Children's chance in the arts. 139
I can do that!: Sightline. 137
I can do that!: Why are foxes getting a better deal than us? 203
Industrial & commercial: Court success with new units. 244
Into action, but we got lost on way. 225
Iraq says yes. 88
Iraq says yes. 97
Jackson in pounds 14m battle over lawsuit. 139
Joe's tips; Going out? ECHO arts editor Joe Riley selects the pick of the bunch. 216
Key Wirral talks on regeneration. 135
Kosovan family given reprieve. 148
Leading article: Just do the decent thing. 285
Local children play the Empire. 266
Locals get voice in their futures. 103
Losing Bob changed our lives for ever; November is Global Lung Cancer Awareness Month. SUSAN LEE talks to a Merseyside woman who lost her husband to the disease. 1118
Man guilty of setting fire to parked car. 114
Mersey Memory. 87
Merseyside's chart-toppers. 355
MILITARY SAVE SIX. 176
Minister praises computer scheme. 91
Mother drove car at council bailiff. 277
Mugshot plan to beat car thieves. 122
My first job: I wanted to fashion my own future; Melissa Morrison, 35, from Bebington is store manager at the new-look Dorothy Perkins in Liverpool's Church Street. Despite a brief stint at a butcher's her passion has always been fashion. 445
New jury for drugs plot trial. 92
NOW EASYJET TO FLY TO BENIDORM. 255
OH-OH-HEAVEN; See Bond movie first. 286
Police officers face court. 137
pounds 20m TO HELP SMALL FIRMS. 315
pounds 2m REBUILD; `Race' sculpture planned. 142
pounds 4m FOR BRAIN DAMAGE VICTIM; Hospital trust admits error. 395
pounds 4m switch for `island'. 181
PRIEST HELD AS PRISONER. 417
Property: A first-timer's favourite. 172
Property: Rooms for expansion. 285
Property: Select location. 146
Racing: `Rock' scoops Cartier gem. 401
Racing: Haydock specialist is set to strike again. 363
Racing: MARK OF CLASS. 245
Review: KING'S KIDS SKIP SCHOOL; The King And I Empire Theatre Eastern promise, but lacking charm. 292
Rugby league: `HOME' TEST FOR GLEESON; But the pressure is on says Saints' ace. 461
Rugby league: New plans revealed for Wolves' stadium. 261
Rugby union: Prop Woodman faces a race against time. 210
Snooker: Small still on the up despite setback. 419
Squads to end fly-post menace. 132
Street market makes comeback. 132
Teacher accused. 91
The Insider: All valet interesting. 160
The Insider: Big boss Bassett picks his World Cupfavourites. 299
The Insider: Cheeky Girls just wanna have fun ... 97
The Insider: Why our two will never walk alone. 173
Thin green line has a busy night in city. 558
THREE DEAD AS NATION'S FIRE CREWS WALK OUT. 731
THREE DEAD AS NATION'S FIRE CREWS WALK OUT. 629
TIME UP FOR FEE DODGERS; String of excuses for not paying TV licence. 376
Trimble gives JMU lecture. 164
Two lives saved on busy night for army. 532
Vital call rescued me from a life of abuse. 346
Waste plant invests pounds 1.5m. 200
Woman, 25, in heroin tragedy. 164
Woman, 25, in heroin tragedy. 274
Workers to strike over lost benefits. 156
Your letters: Borderline case made. 271
Your letters: Death verdict. 105
Your letters: Grid and bear it 0151 236 0199. 137
Your letters: Healthy response. 116
Your letters: Nodding off. 113
Your letters: Record straight. 135
Your letters: Relative values. 210
Your letters: Your Poem: Have A Heart. 136

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