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Articles from Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England) (September 21, 2002)

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`I DIDN'T MEAN TO KILL HER' Court told of anger at Nicole's plan. 284
100 homes left high and dry. 85
3pm: Becksand violence. 164
3pm: Football - It comes to us all, Fergie. 132
3pm: Football - The king of comedy. 85
3pm: TRANSCRIPT of a conversation on Talksport last weekend . . . 215
3pm: We want to clear our desks. 253
ALDO: Bad company. 202
ALDO: Getback to basics. 280
Athletics: Britain looks to old brigade. 379
Battle over shops plan; Objectors set to plead their case. 173
Books: Children's Choice. 203
Books: Verse Books Chapter. 379
Bounce: `The ref wasout to get me. . . he waited till I wason the far side before blowing for half time'. 587
Bounce: Iraq: Managers speak out. 476
Boxing: TITLE ON THE LINE; Dunne can see off Morales. 352
BOYS WAITED IN VAIN AS FATHER LAY DEAD. 516
Call for return of walkie talkies. 140
City pays tribute to the humble bicycle. 154
CITY POST OFFICE FIGHT STEPPED UP; Petition on closures. 400
COCAINE BOSS TO PAY pounds 1 /4m. 247
Council puts cars off roads. 93
Cricket: Powerful display by Pakistan. 163
Criminal records crisis hits trips from Chernobyl. 253
Debbie Johnson: Estelle Morris says she'll sort it all out. 92
Debbie Johnson: LIZ Hurley. 132
Debbie Johnson: Nuclear threat that is right on our doorstep; Why we should fear the wide boys of an industry that's caught up in a world-wide scandal. 578
Debbie Johnson: Smile please ... and then you'll know you're in Liverpool. 297
Echoes of the ECHO. 95
ENTRIES FLOOD IN FOR ECHO AWARDS. 328
First Byte: Wargame goes down a Storm. 471
Football: Advocaat: Quit Celtic O'Neill. 156
Football: Altway's super run continues. 268
Football: Awayday delight as Runcorn turn corner. 210
Football: Champs chopped down by Garston. 395
Football: Chester see red but romp to victory; CHESTER ................. 5 DAGENHAM ................2. 222
Football: CITY STRONG AT BACK BUT LACKING KILLER INSTINCTS. 630
Football: Cribb's on the mark with treble as Remyca advance. 245
Football: CURTIS OWN GOAL STINGS TRANMERE. 1026
FOOTBALL: DERBY MATCH; HOWARD AND SMITHY GO HEAD TO HEAD. 2055
Football: Football Echo quiz. 472
Football: Fulham receive double fitness boost. 100
Football: Gunners in cup warning. 169
Football: Haddrell decides to stay. 311
Football: Highways score gr-eight victory. 489
Football: Hit and miss for Henry. 205
Football: Inside Anfield - BIG GAME OWEN WILL COME GOOD; St Michael is just short of a little luck - he'll bounce back with the last laugh. 609
Football: Inside Anfield - Don't slam honest Jerzy for branding Reds `girls' Anfield number one shows his working class Polish roots. 483
Football: Inside Goodison - Idan's introduction is short, but not sweet. 180
Football: Inside Goodison - MICK GETS HIS LYONS' SHARE. 922
Football: Inside Goodison - Samways' latest boss bust-up is nothingnew. 247
Football: Inside Goodison - World Cup hero Cortina bad state. 146
Football: Italian's tonic for injured Rodrigo. 237
FOOTBALL: Lay off Kev. 334
Football: MAGIC MILAN; LIVERPOOL ...........2 WEST BROM .........0. 115
Football: McIlroy shock at Keane appeal. 557
Football: Mixed emotions for boss Phil. 376
FOOTBALL: Motivator Moyes. 96
Football: Moyes holds Taylor in great respect. 163
Football: ON THE PITCH LIVERPOOL v WEST BROM. 335
Football: PERFECT BOOST FOR `ROD' Team-mate Pistone hopes his recovery from injury can inspire Blues ' star. 627
Football: Port skipper grabs home debut goal; SOUTHPORT ...............2 BURTON .................. 2. 206
Football: Queudrue free-kick breaks Brum hearts. 556
Football: Ray takes it steady with Gray. 171
Football: Ronny's help to boost hapless goalie. 387
Football: Ruud intervention. 142
Football: Sometimes mistakes happen - Johnsen. 397
Football: Teale aims to keep on playing; Burscough boss has no intention of finishing yet. 243
Football: THE CHANGES BAROS IS NEW KOP SAVIOUR; LIVERPOOL .......2 WEST BROM .....0 Milan and Riise shoot down Baggies. 1139
Football: The Price is right. 387
Football: THIS CAN BE KICKSTART; Robson tells his Toon raiders: Derby victory will get us going. 552
FOOTBALL: Time running out. 167
Football: TOMMY HAS FIELD DAY! 326
Football: TRANMERE TEAM NEWS. 80
Football: Vans lift for Rovers. 145
Football: We can learn from this naivety - Howard. 187
Football: Weak start turns into a goal feast. 560
Football: Wellington boot league counterparts out of cup. 245
Football: Wembley decision to come. 158
Football: Wembley go-ahead. 101
Football: Wenger boasts of future success. 268
Football: WRIGHT ON; Everton keeper pushes for start against Villa. 434
Football: WRIGHT READY; Everton keeper hoping to get manager's vote for Villa comeback. 500
Football: Youngsters on a roll. 111
FOR ANDREW, LIFE HAS JUST GONE POP!; But will the blind Knowsley singer become a star? 441
Forensic experts search for clues. 287
Free direct delivery for ECHO readers. 196
Geoff's at the vinyl frontier of pop scene; Liverpool label Probe Plus is celebrating its 21st birthday - and its most famous act, Half Man Half Biscuit, have a new album out. 646
Ghost exposes pub landlady on benefits. 273
GLOBETROTTER: A is for aggro. 116
GLOBETROTTER: Around the world. 134
GLOBETROTTER: Referee! 144
Golf: Fans are injured by golf buggy. 186
Golf: Skipper Reid frustrated by Solheim Cup fightback. 102
Golf: Tiger's on track of a Euro Tour record. 287
Groups set to join civil protest. 125
How to enter the awards. 257
Iraq looms over party conferences; FROM THE HOUSE Talking Politics. 438
Jack can't wait for school. 87
Jobs: Know your rights: Worry about porn emails; . . . with Justin Madders, employment law specialist at the Paul Rooney Partnership. 643
Jobs: My Dream Job: Why I'm humbled with the children. 541
Jobs: There is no Room for untidiness here; Store must be spotless. 457
Just stop and pink. 85
Killer sent to secure mental hospital. 114
Marina killer plans appeal. 296
MEMORIES OF THE WAY WE WAIR. 542
Mersey by air ECHO special in shops. 91
Mersey TV buys mansion. 152
New deal gives council workers 7.7% pay rise. 215
New probe on A-levels. 176
Pals. 409
Parents vow to fight for schools. 245
Police help to protect business. 127
Pubs: FACT FILE: THE WELKIN WHITECHAPEL. 134
Pubs: Neonheaven ... but with properbooze; THE WELKIN WHITECHAPEL/BUTTON STREET, CITY CENTRE. 615
Racing: Butler has high hopes for the hawk. 140
Racing: Liverpool FC Cup hits 25th anniversary milestone. 588
Racing: Roodee sign-off. 116
Racing: SAKHEE'S LOOKING CHAMPION; Trainer's vote of confidence as Arc hero shows sparkle. 409
Racing: Zafeen cheers Channon. 150
Red star's picture album boosts ECHO charity fund; DONATION FORM Five-year-old Stevie fan's big effort for a good cause. 312
REDS REWIND: BLUE MEMORIES - Victorian Blues treated to first of false dawns. 745
REDS REWIND: Classic game: Nobby nailed by Kop kings; Liverpool 4, West Brom 1, November 16, 1985. 205
REDS REWIND: Classic picture. 81
Roger's poetry emotion; Merseyside's own Poet Laureate Roger McGough tells Peter Grant why Liverpool children are well-versed. 722
Rowing: World record for great Brits. 224
Rugby League: A coaches' graveyard? 200
Rugby League: Calculators out for crazy finale; Gripping end to season in store. 694
Rugby League: Stone's ban a real shame. 156
Rugby Union: Anselmians' 50-50 start. 97
Rugby Union: Comeback king Chris's record Hall. 95
Rugby Union: Hoylake example of true amateur spirit. 167
Rugby Union: Pressure is still on. 82
Rugby Union: SAINTS GO OUT FOR REVENGE; Millward's men expect rough ride at Broncos. 636
Rugby Union: Walton's late show hands it to Waterloo. 800
Rugby Union: Wigan fall to Leeds sub. 161
Rugby: BATTLE AHEAD FOR WATERLOO COACH. 444
Rugby: Coach: We can beat best. 256
Rugby: Record entry for LSH event. 91
Saturday Slot: Spotting future stars is a privilege. 441
Seconds Out: All eyes on Cuba. 116
Seconds Out: DYNAMO DELIGHT; Dunne too strong for Colombian. 208
Seconds Out: Promoter behind campaign. 143
Seconds Out: Solly ace Fran lands Coach of the Year award. 155
Shy Nigel unmasks plans for Biscuits future. 500
STAR'S SON IN INJURY SCARE. 309
Stella opens first store. 89
Street actress quits after seven years. 164
TEARS FOR MILLY; Murder hunt starts. 110
Telly: C-list jungle celebs get together again. 95
Telly: Crack idea. 117
Telly: Danger girl on the run from her past. 170
Telly: Hanks' road to success; Parkinson (BBC1, 10.25pm). 524
Telly: Paddy The misery moments; The ECHO's switched on TV critic They're summed up in two words ... Ross Kemp. 394
Telly: Series you can really get your teeth into. 306
Telly: Unpleasant. 120
The Corinthian: Amazing 14-goal feast. 388
The Corinthian: Chemicals find the winning formula. 388
The Corinthian: Founder's death saddens league. 279
The Corinthian: LAIRD'S CUP OF JOY. 279
The Corinthian: Reds' Supporters take over at top. 184
The Corinthian: Seekers charm Cobra. 327
Trains hit by strike. 101
WALKERS' ROUTE TO CURE FOR DIABETES. 272
We're closing in on Milly's killer says police chief. 798
What's Leftand rightwith Tony . . .; PADDY SHENNAN reads the latest autobiography by the PM's father-in-law. 895
Why Bev needs a good man. 522
Winning words. 226
Woman's photo fury. 100
Your Letters: Bus plea. 100
Your Letters: Double standards. 129
Your Letters: Friends in deed. 85
Your Letters: Great care. 96
Your Letters: Residents' anger. 147
Your Letters: Show a bit of class, girls. 138
Your Letters: Stop whingeing. 167
Your Letters: Think again. 191

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