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Articles from Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England) (September 10, 2004)

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Title Author Type Words
'Copter crash probe begins. 220
`Phone text warned of bombing'. 99
24/Seven: Arts: A group that's not Stuck for exhibition space. 205
24/Seven: Arts: Best ever at Unity. 155
24/Seven: Arts: Nod your head. 80
24/Seven: Arts: Record-breaking show is the Cat's whiskers. 532
24/Seven: Black future; Joe Riley speaks to Sheila Hancock about her new role and life without Morse. 791
24/Seven: Club Goss. 195
24/Seven: Clubs: A good night out is a real lifesaver; DJs club together for good of charity. 615
24/Seven: Movies: American tourists are in over their heads. 330
24/Seven: Movies: Good looks are not everything. 296
24/Seven: Music: Charts. 102
24/Seven: Music: Dance classics CD giveaway. 123
24/Seven: Music: Have a ball. 90
24/Seven: Music: Night of back to basics. 153
24/Seven: Music: Straight Outta Bergen; Sondre Lerche is the latest song writing export from Norway. 353
24/Seven: Music: Win an evening of weepy listening. 187
24/Seven: Out & About: Got your club card? 179
24/Seven: Out & About: Make a movie. 80
24/Seven: Out & About: Partner up. 81
24/Seven: Taste Test: Perfect pick-me-up after a hard day's work. 517
24/Seven: What's On & Where: A thrill a minute. 274
24/Seven: What's On & Where: Now Booking. 97
Brief Case. 169
Chinese Boat paintings will be launched on Mersey. 165
City's trade centre wins backing of CBI's top man. 113
COFFEE MORNING TRIBUTE TO MARY; Friends honour fundraiser. 331
Conference bid to tackle menace of city crime. 85
Cops accused of corruption. 127
CRASH DOC'S REGRET; `It was mistake to drive home'. 250
David Prentice: Law has a precedent for Faddy. 115
David Prentice: Upstarts sure to get Sou-ed; The man on the inside of Merseyside football. 570
Disabled by a thug now left homeless; Dad-of-3 needs special housing. 615
Echo comment: Don't let the victim suffer. 189
Echo comment: Far from certain. 151
Exam grades not key, say employers. 81
Five bailed in internet sex probe. 85
Flight attendant sacked for attack on colleague. 136
Football: `My book was family affair'. 231
Football: `WE HAVE FAITH IN BENITEZ REGIME' Hamann insists players `trust' boss to guide Reds to glory. 794
Football: EVERTON MAY BE FORCED TO LEAVE; Ground-sharing hurdles mean Blues could have to quit city. 341
Football: Feud in the past Gregg. 221
Football: Jason can come good. 145
Football: Money must not be wasted. 171
Football: Moyes ready to spend. 363
Football: New man Wyness pledges to keep fans in picture as he takes over at Goodison. 479
Football: Roo request out of blue. 203
Football: ROO-ING RISE OF PLAYERS; Ball: Wayne deal shows stars' power. 766
Football: Rush: No reason for us to fear high-flyers. 194
Football: Sincere Kenwright puts up good defence. 489
Football: True Blue set to dissolve - and pave the way for new investors; Company could be history by Christmas -- Bill. 550
Football: Watson expects visitors to show solid resistance. 423
Football: Weather leaves Cisse stranded in Faroes. 257
Group fights tobacco ban. 120
Heinz are full of beanz. 87
Holiday Brits to flee from Ivan the Terrible. 222
Howard Kendall: Age no barrier to talent. 127
Howard Kendall: Blues mentality must be right. 222
Howard Kendall: England. 85
Howard Kendall: Preston job is appealing. 95
HUNT FOR MERSEY'S BEST AMBASSADORS; Workers set to get top awards. 312
Ireland ban hits sales of cigarettes. 93
London's Olympic bid boost. 97
LUXURY HOTEL CLOSURE PLAN; Redbourne may convert to flats. 230
MEDALS OF HONOUR; Everton aces' Cup-winners mementoes under hammer. 248
Motor Max: Cheap car for those with common sense. 488
Motor Max: Focussed on top spot. 258
Motor Max: It's a clear winner; Panorama is glass act. 258
Motor Max: New version cheaper. 214
Motor Max: Plenty to smile about. 367
Motor Max: Showtime on wheels; Something for all the family next weekend. 347
Motor Max: V is for victory; Volvo's fresh approach. 569
Motor Max: Wheels. 306
New-born tapir Lyta proves a big attraction to zoo visitors. 132
ON THE UP; Population rises for the first time in 70 years. 186
One in five primary schools may close. 372
Park and ride bid to ease jams at resort. 98
PHOTOGRAPHER PUTS COPS IN THE PICTURE; Artist quizzed over project. 349
Police chief goes online. 183
POLICE RESCUE FOOTIE PITCH; And Rushie helps kids to celebrate. 278
Pop goes New Labour . . . just like the Beatles; Ian Hernon asks if Tony's Fab Four could `do a Beatles' . . . and split. 872
Pubs are shining examples. 96
Racing: Bookies lay down the Law; Godolphin's St Leger hope receives heavy support. 461
RAISE A GLASS TO SMOKE-FREE PUB; Health watchdog gives Thomas Rigby's award. 650
REVAMP DELAYED; _ pounds 70m New Brighton project rethink. 253
Review: Morrissey's still the charming man; MORRISSEY Royal Court. 401
Rex Makin: Drivers' fury at behaviour of city's PC plonk. 464
Row led to stab death. 328
Rugby Union: Payne ready for key role. 209
Runners help to make seaside dream come true for James. 345
School wins IT prize in contest. 105
Shop raises pounds 80, 000 for cancer research. 97
Six school bloodbath militants identified. 91
Stop the Clock September 10. 100
Sunflower contest kids reach for the sky to win great prizes. 183
Superstore bosses do dirty work. 97
Susan Lee: Beslan. 136
Susan Lee: Capital of Culture is a rubbish notion. 482
Susan Lee: Little girls should be allowed a childhood. 162
Tennis club future in jeopardy. 115
Tennis: Crunch time for Henman. 145
U-TURN ON THE U-BEND; _ Waterworks `not needed'. 236
You say: A great show. 98
You say: Late spawning. 93
You say: Mail order alert. 127
You say: Stop buying shirts. 118
You say: Youth in focus. 105
Your Poem My Tunnel (And Me). 188

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