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

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ALDER HEY DOCTOR CLEARED OF LYING. 460
Anger as 150 jobs shed by photo firm. 269
ANGER OVER TUNNEL TRAGEDY DECISION; Death crash officers won't face charges. 348
Armed gang in attack on car. 122
BIN HEROES FOIL RAID; Pair halt bookies robbery. 332
BOOKIE CROOK FACES PRISON. 311
Books. 498
BOSSES ARE DEFIANT AS DUCK TOURS SINK; We'll be back vows director. 276
BOXING: Harrison: I can rule the world. 177
Boxing: Seconds Out: `BIG' CULSHAW IS MAKING HISTORY. 337
Boxing: Seconds Out: Get excited - it's Ward-Gatti round two. 280
Boxing: Seconds Out: Naseem update. 107
Boxing: Seconds Out: Rocket plans big relaunch. 157
Boxing: Seconds Out: Ten pairs of fight tickets to be won. 88
Boxing: Seconds Out: Witter closing. 148
CARERS ANGRY OVER PLAN FOR CHARGES. 479
Children's Choice. 118
Cricket: Aussies still in command; Eng l and i n l i ne f or second l oss i n success i on. 538
Cricket: Ponting puts Australia in driving seat. 334
Cycling: Back on a firm footing. 103
Debbie Johnson's column: Cheer we go. 302
Debbie Johnson's column: Face up to problem of schools funding; At least poor old Knowsley council is doing just that. 638
Debbie Johnson's column: So is this the bottom line? 123
Del Boy and chicken on Xmas menu. 301
Doctor cleared in organ probe. 101
Echoes of the ECHO. 120
Facelift for garden used by disabled. 137
FAMOUS MUSIC FIRM'S FUTURE UP IN THE AIR; Riddle as company creditors called to meeting. 229
Fans snap up tickets. 82
First Byte: Urban splash. 533
Fishing: FISHERIES. 356
Football: 3pm: Carlisle sign a pretty boy. 99
Football: 3pm: Get your stats right. 117
Football: 3pm: How about a bit of credit? 114
Football: 3pm: I baptise you . . . Sven Howard Rushie Owen. 122
Football: 3pm: Schoolboy defending from the master. 130
Football: 3pm: You're not ringing any more . . . 137
Football: Aldo: I'd take Republic job. 148
Football: Big Kev deserves an England shot. 288
Football: Clare leads Chester blitz; CHESTER ...........5 MARGATE ..........0. 293
Football: Distance no worry for Blues keeper. 332
Football: EVERTON MEMORIES ....: The day Tommy found a rare excuse for blip! 542
Football: Football Echo quiz. 500
Football: GLOBETROTTER: Keeper is travel sick. 120
Football: GLOBETROTTER: Matthaus says bye to Bayern. 117
Football: Inside Anfield: Real keep eye on Senderos. 90
Football: Inside Anfield: RIISE ALSO RESPONSIBLE FOR REDS' POOR SHOWS; Lambast i ng Gerrard proved to be let off for several other guilty parties. 745
Football: Inside Anfield: Sami's book hits shelves for Christmas. 116
Football: Inside Anfield: Yakin bid unlikely but Dutch interest remains. 132
Football: Inside Goodison: Baby Blue is lucky charm. 257
Football: Inside Goodison: END OF THE ROAD FOR THE `GENIUS' OF LIMPAR; Former Blue Anders hangs up his boots. 517
Football: Inside Goodison: Pembridge's Cup show overlooked. 147
Football: Inside Goodison: Toffee tipsters are all smiles. 103
Football: Inside Prenton: Fans' trust catches Kelly's eye. 360
Football: Inside Prenton: Improved Rovers can go places. 248
Football: Inside Prenton: Mathias not making plans. 136
Football: Inside Prenton: Revenge not on agenda. 222
Football: John-Arne pays the price. 200
Football: Li Tie continues to prove all the doubters wrong. 244
Football: Michael hands Mariners a derby lifeline; NON-LEAGUE ROUND-UP. 600
Football: More clinical eye is needed. 331
Football: Nistelrooy the hat-trick hero. 337
Football: Non-League: A word in your ear please, Roly. 187
Football: Non-League: Extra special for Vauxhall. 347
Football: Non-League: Kevin signs two-year deal. 466
Football: Non-League: LET'S BE FIRST OUT !; NATIONWIDE CONFERENCE. 593
Football: Non-League: Runcorn home in on a cup milestone. 445
Football: Non-League: TEALE `GUTTED' BY CLEAR-OUT. 247
Football: On the Bounce: Who is football's most boring man? 718
Football: Passing test again. 119
Football: RAD'S FIVE STAR BLUES: EVERTON ........ 1 WEST BROM ......0; Striker'sgoal lifts Everton uptothird inthetable. 1436
Football: RAMPANT RAD LIFTS BLUES: EVERTON ......1 WEST BROM ....0; Sixth win has Everton in top three. 142
Football: REDS CONTINUE SLUMP: FULHAM .........3 LIVERPOOL .......2; Hard to mask misery as Sava sinks Liverpool. 1542
Football: Reds just need to score. 107
Football: REDS REWIND . . .: FIVE-STAR ROB. 662
Football: Reds sunk by Sava; FULHAM ...3 LIVERPOOL .2. 110
Football: REDS WINGER WON'T GIVE UP ON DREAM. 557
Football: Rushie cracks it for reader Philip. 109
Football: Southport lack punch; SOUTHPORT .........0 YEOVIL ............1. 252
Football: STU AT DOUBLE; Wycombe 1 Tranmere 3. 1034
Football: Ten-man Gunners lose. 248
Football: The Corinthian: Carl has final say in cup thriller. 467
Football: The Corinthian: Delta's charge. 157
Football: The Corinthian: QUEENS TURN ON THE POWER. 331
Football: The Corinthian: Remyca forced to resign. 400
Football: The Corinthian: Royal sights on historic treble. 282
Football: The Corinthian: Walters is the star as Octel maintain lead with victory over Prince. 338
Football: THEDERBY MATCH; HOWARD AND SMITHY GO HEAD TO HEAD. 1773
Football: Tough games for local sides left in trophy; Schools soccer. 440
Football: Westerveld plays down La Liga glory. 288
From The House: Another barmy idea . . . 401
I will be a pop star; Aimee vows to go on to chart success. 429
Ill wind blows for Brother Les. 134
Image-in John as the Greatest Brits winner. 85
It's great up North says new advert for region's business. 224
Jobs: My Dream Job - Joe Foy, rare toy dealer: Buying toys for work is abuzz. 494
Jobs: Sabbatical leave: Carl'sworldtrip helpshiscareer. 468
Joe's tips; Going out? ECHO arts editor Joe Riley selects the pick of the bunch. 231
Knockout blow that forced our 'Enry to sell his prize history; ECHO writer RACHAEL TINNISWOOD has a bout with gentle giant Henry Cooper. 831
Liverpool a mecca for king of instruments. 313
Mel C to have tattoos removed by laser. 351
More talks tabled in trains strike. 110
Muttering led to freedom. 306
Old Pals. 426
Oscar tip for Sir Michael. 83
Paddy Shennan's TV column: Is Brother really worth the fuss?; Well, we do get a look at life with Les. 438
Paddy Shennan's TV column: Telly brief. 277
Paddy Shennan's TV column: The week ahead. 194
Paddy Shennan's TV column: Weird world of The Entertainers. 222
Pensioner Pat's 165-hour week. 250
Plea to bring bell of local warship home. 257
Public has say on new centre. 154
Pubs: Cheers to our new pub guide. 696
Pubs: WIN! WIN! WIN! 210
Racing: Amber's green light for Becher. 392
Racing: Easy does it for Ad Hoc. 220
Racing: Ginger aims to bring the house down; Aintree preview. 261
RICKY JOINS FIRE PICKETS; S t ar hands over cheque on second day o f s t r i ke. 713
Rugby League: NEW BALL GAME; R L C o u n c i l g i v e s g o - a h e a d f o r t h r e e r u l e c h a n g e s. 707
Rugby League: SCULLY: VICTORY IS THERE FOR TAKING; Kiwis hit by injuries for crucial Test. 698
Rugby League: Vikings men on the move. 174
Rugby players case is dropped. 100
Rugby Union: Changing fortunes for Caldy. 259
Rugby Union: Defeat can't spoil Hoylake's day. 104
Rugby Union: Dramatic injury-time try denies Orrell victory. 788
Rugby Union: England firepower too hot for 'Boks; England 53 South Africa 53. 306
Rugby Union: Healey's disappointment. 157
Rugby Union: International joy for Craig. 179
Rugby Union: Late show sinks brave Wales. 93
Rugby Union: MORALE BOOST; Failed merger won't affect performances. 337
Saturday Slot: Why I can't vote for John. 423
SEWAGE POURED INTO STREAM; Council and company are fined. 295
Still making air waves; They have been making wavelengths for 35 years this month. Peter Grant profiles some of the personalities of Radio Merseyside. 1037
Students march against top-up fee. 137
Summit over rabies worries. 101
Telly: Another tough case for New York's finest. 83
Telly: Hugh's new love interest. 428
Telly: Mustsee TV. 93
Telly: Osmonds are back. 192
Telly: Soapweek. 349
Tennis: SKY'S THE LIMIT; Cowan to begin new career as TV pundit. 509
Time to find our tourism winners. 185
University professor who lives life in the fast lane; The University of Liverpool's new vice-chancellor is known for his love of fast cars but education reporter CLAIRE STOKER went to uncover the man behind the myth . . . 868
Woman died after repeated stabbing. 109
WORLD MOVES TO ENGLAND; Pagean t sh i f t s t o London as 1 00 d i e i n N i ge r i a r i o t s. 310
YACHTING: Historic triumph for Ellen. 181
Your Letters: Brookie blight. 137
Your Letters: Bus mayhem. 222
Your Letters: Donation thanks. 112
Your Letters: Fire package. 152
Your Letters: New Grace pride. 103
Your Letters: NHS salaries. 118
Your Letters: Our share in New Deal. 219
Your Letters: Your Poem: The illusion of being sane. 194

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