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Articles from Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England) (November 7, 2002)

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5,700 ROYAL JOBS AT RISK. 359
55 new jobs planned for technology park. 236
Accent in death link. 176
ANGLING: Gerrard nets super hat-trick. 592
Athletics: New course suits Cadwallader. 186
BEATLES AND KOP SELL CITY. 261
Beer lovers in good company. 272
Bid to clear names of both convicted men. 400
Bishop's warning on city projects. 134
Blue remembered thrills. 84
Blues plaque is stolen. 154
Boxing: Win a night out at big city festival. 251
BROOKIE OUT WITH A BANG. 188
BT admits target problems. 90
Business Brief Case. 233
Butler `sickened' by Diana funeral speech. 175
Closed station back to normal. 113
COUPLE FOUND DEAD IN FLAT; Gas fumes blamed for tragedy. 501
Cricket: Poor fielding was to blame says Fletcher. 137
Cricket: SHATTERED - Double blow as Aussie onslaught stuns England. 557
Don't let their memory fade. 185
Echoes of the ECHO. 87
Eurocross: Ghent trip for rep team. 86
European honour for Eldonian village. 108
FANS' EURO WARNING. 215
Feed Back: Showing pride in our city. 394
Film centre to go ahead. 130
FIRE STRIKE PEACE HOPES ARE FADING; Talks adjourned. 234
Football: Aldo handed Cas backing. 171
Football: BLUES DISPLAY WRIGHT STUFF; NEWCASTLE ........ 3 EVERTON ............3 (aet, Everton win 3-2 on penalties) Everton give away two, score an own goal and miss a penalty . . . and they still win! 1382
Football: Clarets stun hapless Spurs. 119
Football: Dowie's heroes. 121
Football: Fear of crucial penalty drove Douglas to winning save. 151
Football: I'LL BE GOING BACK TO THE BENCH; Hero Kirland accepts sub's role Ace Kirkland heading back to the bench. 403
Football: Ipswich look to improve. 109
Football: Irvine praises ice-cool Rooney. 481
Football: Leeds under fire. 155
Football: McGlory improvement. 83
Football: MORE THAN A SUBSTITUTE; LIVERPOOL .....3 SOUTHAMPTON ..1 Kirkland shows Sven he can be number one. 1029
Football: Souness relieved by result. 171
Football: VAUGHAN: I'D MOVE ROVERS TO LAIRD'S; Would-be buyer reveals his plan. 567
Football: Wenger: No crisis. 152
Football: Youths through to third round. 207
Free ECHO delivery. 211
FRESH CAMEO MURDER PROBE; Bid to clear names of both convicted men HALF a century ago, it was a crime that shocked the city. Two men were shot dead; their killer was later hanged. Now, the infamous Cameo case has been reopened. GREGG FRAY reports. 752
Georgia kidnap victim flies home. 98
Golf: Ladies' hole-in-one double. 420
HAIL TO GROUPS WHO MAKE A DIFFERENCE; Warm praise for Vauxhall award winners. 238
Hollyoaks threat. 108
Hopes fading for Jensen. 180
Hotel to honour Blues ace. 95
I can do that!: All aboard For people who won't let disability get in their way. 82
I can do that!: Mencap's shock art attack. 330
I can do that!: The long walk for a cure. 157
Iceland chain slips into red. 108
IDS seeks peace deal. 88
It's hymn and her. 119
Jen signs up with Kitten's star man. 193
Jobs planned at asylum site. 179
Jobs: I had a testing time blowing all those fuses; My first job Liberal Democrat Pat Moloney has been representing Liverpool's Gilmoss ward for the past 3 /2 years. When he is not in the council chambers he is championing workers' rights as senior Amicus representative for Marconi. 405
Joe's tips; Going out? ECHO arts editor Joe Riley selects the pick of the bunch. 176
Letter: A little history. 143
Letter: Fighting fit. 166
Letter: Home boy. 148
Letter: Money game that's offside. 124
Letter: Prayer power. 153
Letter: Sinking feeling. 176
Letter: Tower power. 86
Letter: Your Poem: MY DAD. 111
Locals' fury at Asda plan. 130
Man denies stab charges. 188
MP's hate mail over sex abuse campaign. 110
NEW JOB THREAT TO ROYAL WORKERS. 399
Notice board. 257
OUR DREAM IN A FLASH; Pals launch new business for cameras in clubs. 319
OUR TRIBUTE TO MARVELS; Awards f or Mersey heroes. 262
Parents fight for school. 104
Phil's legacy of TV talent. 261
PJ and Spencer Smith. 87
POLICE FOIL YOB ATTACK; Halloween haul seized. 191
pounds 50,000 FOR OVERWORK; Teacher was forced to quit her job says tribunal. 270
pounds 500,000 rides on Dave's day at races; Sixth bet may clinch top prize. 359
pounds 529 FOR LOCK OF RUMMY TAIL; Aintree gems at Sotheby's. 273
Premier takes on England Champion. 305
Probe after nuclear submarine hits rocks. 144
Property: A safe Bett. 187
Property: Auction time bonanza. 164
Property: Crosby flats details. 119
Property: Festive `gifts' on offer. 280
Property: Rainhill homes on way. 132
RAISE TO CITY'S BEST PUBS; ECHO columnists PADDY SHENNAN and MIKE CHAPPLE are celebrating the launch of a book which was a real labour of love . . . The ECHO Pub Guide. 641
RIDER'S FURY AT COURT; Horse killed by driver. 303
Rock `n' roll history. 237
ROW ON OPEN ALL HOURS BID; Locals' fury at Asda plan. 273
ROYAL JOBS AXE THREAT. 359
Rugby League: Gary turns back the clock. 433
Rugby Union: WORLD CUP IS TOUGHER TEST; Johnson looks forward to facing All Blacks. 484
School's rare sports award. 103
Southport bridge gets under way. 93
Straw briefs MPs on Saddam arms plea. 199
SWOOP NETTED `DRUGS GANG' Court told of pounds 5m lorry haul. 286
Telewest hopes rise. 151
Telly: Animal magic. 115
Telly: Cooks tour of Britain. 119
Telly: Least famous monarchs under the spotlight. 97
Telly: Rhona on the roulette wheel. 534
THE JURY: Should Gerard Houllier consider reshuffling the back four to accommodate Markus Babbel? Members of the ECHO's Liverpool FC jury give their case for the defence...; MERSEYSIDE FANS DELIVER THEIR VERDICTS ON THE WEEK'S BIG TALKING POINTS. 716
THE JURY: WAYNE ROONEY is hogging the headlines, but we asked our jurors who are the unsung heroes of the Everton revival?; MERSEYSIDE FANS DELIVER THEIR VERDICTS ON THE WEEK'S BIG TALKING POINTS. 756
THUG'S BOOK BEST SELLER. 261
Trick or treat plea to parents. 109
TV review: How low, can you go, Graham? 312
TWO DEAD IN GAS HORROR. 98
WALKING EASED MY PAIN; Trek after wife's death. 346
Walton Group repays pounds 5.4m. 283
Warning over fake whisky. 143
Where have all the poppies gone?; From Flanders' fields ... 1398
WHY IT'S TIME FOR CHANGES; Redmond tells of TV move. 414
WHY PHIL IS TO QUIT MERSEY TV; ` I want to see more football '. 384
Winona guilty of shoplifting. 211
Woman, 69, in bus crash. 85
World wines head to city. 170

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