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Articles from Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England) (November 17, 2004)

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300% RISE IN MUMPS; MMR programme targets students. 287
900 jobs at risk in Co-op Insurance shake-up. 119
A soldier both in heart and mind; Jane Woodhead meets an Army reservist whose name has just gone down in history. 849
ASYLUM PLEA FROM POLICE; Make Bootle a no-go area, urges top cop. 337
BOY OF 11 INHERITS HESKETH FORTUNE. 362
Brief Case. 123
Buy into life by the canal. 232
CASH LIFELINE FOR NEW CITY MUSEUM. 433
Celebrity property news: Goran sells ace home. 228
Child agency `at breaking point' claim. 97
City airport in Heathrow route plea. 91
City Living: A perfect 10 are still available. 341
City Living: City centre life is the draw for more people; Business is booming for urban builders. 528
City Living: Lofty ideals at the Dock. 191
Cleaners to take trust to tribunal over pay. 111
DECK THE HALLS WITH BOUGHS AND DOLLIES. 323
Don't make your home easy target for burglars; Follow these top tips on house security -- and sleep more easily. 906
Electrical sales slowdown. 94
FAMILY TRIBUTE TO SON; Boy in hanging tragedy. 326
FAREWELL TO ANFIELD LEGEND; Hundreds gather for funeral of Reds' Emlyn. 733
FOCUS: Little Neston. 307
Football: `Kewell getting back to his best'. 478
Football: Burns refusing to risk Ferguson. 160
Football: CARS KEY FOR BLUES; Lee enjoying defensive role. 746
Football: CARS QUITS IRISH DUTY; Blues midfielder calls time on international career. 490
Football: FA seek action on racist abuse. 143
Football: free tickets to see Blues. 200
Football: Kerr happy with side's progress. 164
Football: Reds tickets for Spurs tie. 243
Football: RELIVING LEGEND OF MIGHTY KOP; Aldo and Smithy on `unique nature' of famous terrace. 556
Football: Trophy hunt drives Eriksson on. 259
Football: WE'LL BE AIMING TO BOUNCE BACK; Setbacks have not ruined promotion chances -- Roberts. 334
Footballer at centre of nightclub death probe. 115
Golf: Ryder stars are re-united. 82
GOODBYE, EMLYN; Hundreds pay respects to a football legend. 552
Grade II listed flats. 89
HEADS SUPPORT BAN ON SCHOOL SNACKS; _ Vending machaines removed as pupils given a healthier option. 368
HELP FOR PATIENTS AT HOME; Special mental health team. 287
Home style: Escaping the cold with some seasonal luxury; Make your home into a cosy sanctuary for the winter months. 701
HOSPITAL CLEANERS DEMAND EQUAL PAY; Women take trust to tribunal. 268
How you can maximise your home's sale appeal. 515
Hunt lobby's last chance. 128
INQUEST DATE FOR BABY LUKE; Mum seeks answers for her son's death. 354
Inquest on Alder Hey baby Luke is opened. 196
Intrepid duo get racing bug. 231
JBlue: New club stores. 82
JBlue: Win a Mersey derby date. 299
Jobless total falls to another record low. 124
Julia Posener: Great care is needed over the transfer of a lease. 455
KILLER IS JAILED; Pensioner gets life sentence for knifing stranger to death. 303
Lesson for the food industry. 337
Letter: A great city. 183
Letter: Backward looking. 95
Letter: Lesson learned. 147
Letter: Service of pride. 180
Letter: Short points. 110
Letter: Short points. 93
Letter: Travel mess. 120
LITTER SPIES HIT STREETS; Fines for dropping cigarette ends in second blitz. 347
Look! Hairstyles: Step into style this Christmas; Susan Lee explains our top competition. 407
Look!: Be first to come to children's aid; Susan Lee on what to do in an emergency. 407
Look!: Check Out. 368
Look!: Crowning glory; Dawn Collinson meets the woman behind the throne. 902
Look!: Fit for Life: Just follow the rules for good food habits. 433
Look!: Him & Her. 169
Look!: Improving life with a little bit of luxury; Susan Lee talks to a cancer survivor giving something back. 688
Look!: Mukluks are hot for winter. 547
Look!: School friends, work colleagues -- life partners. 387
Look!: Slap on the back saves the day. 261
Look!: Stammering made my time at school hell; Jane Woodhead discovers the difficulties faced by people with a stammer. 767
Look!: Style Counsel. 220
Man denies bomb plot charges. 101
Manager builds on long career as a footballer; Liam Watson and his wife decided to build their dream family home from scratch. 612
Moon trip a success for Europe. 100
MORTGAGE Watch: Boom is over as house prices fall. 305
MP claims CSA on brink of a total collapse. 113
New drugs scheme is launched. 95
NEW SMOKE PLANS SPARK CONFUSION. 347
NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL: Southport turn on the style in Trophy. 217
OAPs' HOME TO BE DEMOLISHED; Luxury flats to replace beds for the elderly. 444
Paddy Shennan: Could Phil turn sad Channel 4 around? 474
Paradise St project HQ is opened in city centre. 118
Paradise St project HQ opens in city. 86
Pensioner given life for pub row killing. 128
POET'S WORDS FLOW FREELY ON FOUNTAIN. 359
Police stations recaptured in Mosul attack. 81
Protesters' joy as flats turned down. 133
Protesters' joy as flats turned down. 187
Racing: AMBERLEIGH AIMING FOR HISTORY BOOKS; House can join Red Rum as National legend. 561
Racing: Ebony could Light up Haydock and Aintree -- Ginger. 198
RETAIL GIANT'S PROFITS GROW. 261
Review: Love story is as beautiful as ever. 360
RUGBY LEAGUE: Higham hoping for call-up against Kiwis. 344
Sainsbury's pounds 39m in red. 135
Sara back on Radio 1. 95
SCHOOL SNACKS BANNED; Heads support junk food crackdown. 301
Search for man who fell from ferry. 119
Smells will sell. 397
Soils to be tested after poisons found. 154
Son aged 11 inherits Hesketh estate. 149
Stop the Clock November 17, 2004. 107
Street is in for an explosive week. 93
Stuart Rayner: Dragons in danger; Fans should be fired up to make stand for crisis club. 669
Stuart Rayner: Gary Megson. 140
Suicide pact wife back in Merseyside. 235
Suicide pact wife back in Merseyside. 238
Surprise. 191
TABLE TENNIS: Cup draw unkind to city sides. 365
TAKING A GAMBLE; Council tells of fears over new laws for super-casinos. 300
TENNIS: Henman unable to Master home favourite. 166
Tommy Smith: Day of careless hands. 195
Tommy Smith: Stevie can turn screw for Reds. 343
TRIBUTE TO CITY ESTATE AGENT; Manager dies in Alps tragedy. 307
TV BIDDERS ARE UNITED IN ANGER; Auction World complaints flood in to ECHO. 728
TV SHOP SHOW FACES AXE. 252
We waded into the water Holding hands It was dark He told me he loved me; Wendy tells of husband's last words. 407
Workers have no time for lunch. 120
Youngsters of courage are honoured by Anfield awards. 136
Your Poem: In memory of my treasured pet. 116

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