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Articles from Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England) (October 7, 2004)

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`EX-LOVER LAUGHED AS HE TOLD ME OF KNIFING' Girlfriend, 20, breaks down in tears in court. 405
100, 000 more are going it alone. 88
Afraid to turn on heating. 220
ANFIELD HAND OF FRIENDSHIP; Reds donate shirts to Uganda. 198
Angling: DRENNAN North West. 81
Angling: Hot rods net Irish prize. 128
Angling: Park restoration gets underway. 242
Angling: Roberts off to a flyer. 165
Award hopes for recycling firm. 140
Awards for Merseyside young poets on big day. 160
BEAR AND MAYORESS RAISE CANCER CASH. 234
Brief Case. 337
CHILDREN'S LIVES `ARE AT RISK'. 92
COMIC DENIES BIGLEY JOKES; But brother slams Billy. 276
Corn Exchange on the market; Prestigious city address. 432
Court to seize pounds 3. 5m from drugs baron. 356
Cricket: Landmark for Kumble with 400th Test wicket. 228
Cut the Ciggies secret spreads; Pupil-help project going to Serbia. 277
Delegates look at ways of helping children. 119
DONNA'S ARTWORKS ARE GEMS; City centre sculptures. 262
Dr Death Hallowe'en costume `offensive'. 152
Echo comment: Think of the children . . . 316
Equal rights or not? 176
Faith in trams is shaken by row. 157
FAMILIES OUT IN THE COLD; 40, 000 can't pay fuel bills, says council. 253
Fathers urged to take up teaching. 118
Fitness centre for Paradox site. 167
FLU JAB BAN COULD PUT OLD AT RISK. 344
Football: Carr a can be stand-in captain -- Hansen. 256
Football: Fans boosted in bid to scupper Glazer. 191
Football: FIFA to take up Fergie's Olympics complaint. 170
Football: GOLDEN OLDIES FEAR END OF THE LINE; Playing for new deals is driving us on -- Weir. 421
Football: Gray: Vogts not right man for Scotland. 228
Football: Harriers relay squad retain Northern prize. 424
Football: Hartson: I'm not at my best. 221
Football: LITTLE WARY OF RUSHING SIMON; Rovers boss has no plans of bringing striker back just yet. 349
Football: Moving clubs has helped spur Robbo on. 404
Football: Naysmith's frustration over lack of action. 391
Football: Neville: Let's stay focused. 169
Football: Newcastle profits hit by Euro setback. 259
Football: OWEN WINNING FITNESS BATTLE; England striker comes through light workout. 321
Football: Reds tickets. 309
Football: RIISE WARNS: BE STRONG, REF; We can expect `war' with Scots says Reds star. 380
Football: The JURY. 1051
Football: Whitley on way back. 110
FURY OVER CARAVANS. 375
Gallery has an exclusive on fireplace design. 525
GOLF: Lee's sights on change of luck. 150
Healthy eating on menu. 90
HERO IS HOME; Family waits as tragic soldier Marc's body is brought backfromIraq. 367
Horror as family cat is found hanged. 134
HOT GOSPEL; Liverpool to host national summit of religious music with stars from Europe. 507
Investor eyes targets in city. 209
Jaguar's sales rise despite fall in market. 139
Jobs on Thursday: Build a successful career. 626
JOIN OUR ECHO SUCCESS STORY. 207
Loyd's culture plea. 134
MOSS BROS IN PROFIT BOOST. 361
Motor racing: Silvrstone bid on right track; Talks to save British GP at an advanced stage. 364
Motor racing: Villeneuve with points to prove. 160
MUM'S PARTY PLAN FOR FREED KEVAN. 436
Murder probe cop is found. 101
New gym is for everyone. 532
New Hoover branded `useless' at cleaning. 120
Obesity is causing increase in diabetes. 240
Online map is guide to flooding risk for homes. 164
Philip McNULTY: Easy route not for Owen. 138
Philip McNULTY: Tongue in cheek Rafa. 504
POSSE POWER! Police saddle up to beat yobs. 296
Pub ownership link to ale price. 164
Racing: Gold Cup rivals set for big rematch. 402
Rugby League: WIDNES TARGET IN AUSSIES' SIGHTS; Vikings facing a battle to sign up teenage Kiwi ace James. 429
Rugby player mocked Germans on plane. 279
Saddam had no WMDs says official verdict. 158
SAILOR DEATH PLUNGE RIDDLE; Wife tells of blackouts. 323
SNOOKER: McCulloch homes in on White-out. 143
So why are we failing Sudan? In an open letter to PM Tony Blair -- currently on a three-day African tour -- Lord Alton of Liverpool explains why the PM needs to take urgent action there . . . 816
Sod's Law -- that figures. 151
Staff `liable' for accidents in workplace. 91
Stanley McHale: It's time to give up the single life. 488
Stop the Clock October 7, 2000. 101
STRIKERS IN CRISIS CLAIMS; Workers say they fear a child could die. 1153
Submariners to surface in city. 156
Supermarket giant moves on to new level. 251
SWIMMING: Hickman seeks Parry inspiration. 148
THANKS SUE FOR ALL YOUR SUPPORT; Leukaemia sufferer fights on. 355
The Insider: Fans in very high places. 156
The Insider: Who or what are the Pies? 465
Tickets discount for young musicians. 148
TIED UP, BEATEN AND TORTURED BY THUGS. 514
Tory leader writes off Merseyside. 168
Two teens are quizzed over murder. 97
Warning of another tragedy like tortured toddler Darryn. 291
WE'VE ENGINEERED OUR SPECIAL BREW. 238
Will Batchelor: AD NAUSEAM. 100
Will Batchelor: Auntie isn't all that PC. 220
Will Batchelor: How low you can go? Ask the Tories. 454
You Say: Free Ken Bigley. 221
You Say: Heartfelt US plea. 247
You Say: Licence to shoplift. 153
You Say: Recycling problem. 145
You Say: Short points. 109
You Say: Short points. 93
Your Poem Rhyme and Reason in Kensington by Mike Doran, Liverpool City Council. 156

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