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Articles from Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England) (August 27, 2005)

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30,000 set to cross the Mersey. 114
Adam's Grapple : Porn life of Mutu. 120
Adam's Grapple : Punch Lines: More red faces at Soho Square. 200
Adam's Grapple : The secret diary of Sven, aged 57; A week in the life of a Swedish lothario. 691
AMATEUR FOOTBALL: Corinthian : Brighton set pace; West Cheshire Neil's treble downs Mond. 294
AMATEUR FOOTBALL: Corinthian : Champions defeated; Birkenhead & Wirral. 178
AMATEUR FOOTBALL: Corinthian : Dunning puts Speke on top; Liverpool County Combination. 147
AMATEUR FOOTBALL: Corinthian : Shaftsbury stung by Jones' double; Birkenhead Sunday. 250
AMATEUR FOOTBALL: Corinthian : Tower dish out thrashing; Wallasey Sunday. 209
AMATEUR FOOTBALL: Corinthian : Villa off to flying start; I Zingari League. 136
Angling: Fish'n' Tips : Anglers ignoring canal's potential; Long stretch offers quality. 471
Angling: Fish'n' Tips: Expansion for successful Springs. 127
Angling: Fish'n' Tips: Fishery of the week: Dodd's creation earns top marks. 413
Angling: Fish'n' Tips: FISHERY REPORTS. 507
BARRY HORNE: Bids best kept quiet. 113
BARRY HORNE: Fortune favoured lucky Spaniards. 270
BARRY HORNE: Time to consign Stubbs contract row to history. 123
BARRY HORNE: We can have the last laugh - Mikel; Injustice can inspire a league fightback Fulham v Everton Today, kick-off 3pm. 1040
Beatties to keep name after firm takeover. 147
Best chippie? Let batter commence. 92
Boy found guilty of rape charge. 141
BUDDING BUILDERS SIGN UP WITH CRAIG; Training centre to help youngsters get jobs. 336
Bulgarians mock our fight to win justice for Michael; Tasteless cartoon sparks disgust across the city. 377
BUS RIDE TERROR; Everton fans in crash on way to match. 466
Charity fundraiser Joanne's number comes up. 118
City squad to tackle terrorism. 237
Cleanliness first for city romantics. 143
Cricket: Chapple profits on batters' paradise. 296
Cricket: FREDDIE FLINT'S TON; All-rounder hits form as England take full control. 439
Death crash: man released on police bail. 88
DOORMAN IS SHOT IN ROW AT CITY CLUB; Hunt for pair refused entry. 279
Double delight for sisters as they join navy. 167
Drug addict stole from the elderly. 223
DYING MUM EVICTED; Yobs ransack home hours after callous housing bosses boot her out. 111
Flashback: Bathing belle When Merseyside's favourite open air swimming pool made a bit of a splash; Jade Wright takes a dip into the history of a popular lido. 646
Flashback: In the public interest; JOE RILEY on how a once-great building is being revamped for the 21st century. 477
Flashback: Match Memories :Bayern Munich 2 Liverpool 3: August 24, 2001. 365
Flashback: Mersey Memories. 122
Flashback: My First: Peter Grant remembers his first training course. 405
Flashback: My radio career began as stand-in for Kenny Everett. 467
Flashback: News flash 1978 : A year of celebrity success and tragedy. 413
Flashback: News flash 1978 : It was a very good year for Willie Miller. 275
Flashback: News flash 1978 : They said WHAT. 155
Flashback: Old Pals. 429
Flashback: Rewind: BLUE Heaven; Hill Street Blues (Channel 4 1986-92. 512
Flashback: Say the words; He was the Liverpudlian who coined the phrase Fab Four - Peter Grant meets Tony Barrow who will be in Liverpool this weekend to talk about his fab new book John, Paul, George, Ringo and Me. 961
Flashback: Scousers abroad. 337
Flashback: Sold Out: Barrie Mills on stuff you can't buy anymore. 361
Flashback: TALES FROM THE PAST: The Children's Picnic. 546
FOOTBALL : Linwood opts for Wrexham move. 134
FOOTBALL : Luque sets sights on United victory. 144
FOOTBALL : Warnock denies making Mellor bid. 146
Football: ' Dudek deserves second chance; Grobbelaar backing the hero of Istanbul. 1134
Football: 'Our worst display in 20 years; Moore & Co North West Counties. 495
Football: Back in the Days: Rivals off to a flyer with top trebles; 1988 Cottee and Aldo make their mark. 831
Football: Blood Red: Watch the past masters. 81
Football: Blood Red: Window of opportunity is creating a transfer farce; There's an insatiable appetite for hearsay. 945
Football: Chester Looking on bright side; Curle upbeat after defeat at Wolves. 425
Football: EURO BALLS: Borre's German offer; Apparently they play a bit on the continent, too. 80
Football: EURO BALLS: Samba boost for Betis; Apparently they play a bit on the continent, too. 82
Football: EURO BALLS: We're better than Barca - Piterman; Apparently they play a bit on the continent, too. 143
Football: Let's put a bad week behind u; Chesterfield v Tranmere Today, kick off 3pm. 673
Football: McDonald's squad taking shape; MARINE. 168
FOOTBALL: Moyes: Hibbo is England calibre. 357
Football: Non-League: Cables hit by Tuck suspension; PRESCOT. 121
Football: Non-League: Heartache for injured Newnes; BURSCOUGH. 110
Football: Non-League: Motors still warming up; VAUXHALL. 96
Football: Non-League: Watson salutes his talented starlets; Confidence high after first victory SOUTHPORT. 278
Football: PRENNO ON THE TELLY. 521
Football: Royal Blue: Blowing the whistle on 'world's best ref. 523
Football: Royal Blue: Martyn's right for England. 354
Football: Striker Furlong is back on song; RUNCORN. 178
FOOTBALL: SUPER CISSE; Striker hopes cup heroics have secured his future. 419
Football: The Premiership. 886
Gallery's new season. 104
Get physical and cycle to school. 85
GET PLAQUE; . . where they once belonged. 265
GROUND FORCE; Gardening keeps teenagers off streets. 378
Guard hit in armed raid on station. 163
Hang on wasn't there a house here; Bungling builders blamed for collapse. 294
Horse Power : Dancer can show off his quick step; Coleorton in running for Trophy. 455
Horse Power : On the Rails. 301
Horse Power : Tips. 333
Horse Power : Watch out for. 151
Ian Hernon: MP's Blair rap more effective than McCririck. 348
JASON McATEER: Ex-Rovers a threat. 116
JASON McATEER: Why we need big ugly hard case. 297
JASON McATEER: Youngsters pushing on. 155
JOHN ALDRIDGE: Group G will be the one to watch. 329
JOHN ALDRIDGE: Reds boss needs three. 118
JOHN ALDRIDGE: Stevie worthy of top Euro award. 124
Know Your Rights: Can I have time to look after mum. 166
Know Your Rights: I was only a few minutes late. 121
Know Your Rights: They owe me another year. 171
LAST-DITCH BATTLE TO SAVE TREE; Cherry-aid campaign against developers. 333
Man accused of 1987 killing of student. 270
Mersey culture projects win Arts Council cash. 106
MOTHER-OF-SIX TELLS OF HEARTACHE AS SHE IS LOCKED OUT OVER RENT ARREARS: I went to court to tell the housing I had cancer. I got home t find I had already been thrown out; Nightmare day for dying mum. 1188
Mums-to-be can keep in step with new classes. 131
MY DAY Jennifer Wright, estate agent: Building on the city's potential; Jennifer Wright is an estate agent specialising in new build developments for award-winning firm City Residential. 467
MY DREAM JOB: Nina Halliwell, accessory designer - Nina bags her dream job. 426
Oh Mr porter! Chairman of heart hospital swops jobs. 253
Paddy Shennan: Buerk: a real berk's berk. 307
Paddy Shennan: In brief. 282
Paddy Shennan: Pork pies, hot dogs and gauntlets - America leads the way once again. 226
Paddy Shennan: The week ahead. 161
Police may get their own museum. 80
Robert Wade Smith saves day for famous fashion store. 172
ROVER FLOW: Dadi wishes he could face up to Rovers. 433
ROVER FLOW: Little's record tells the tale. 127
RUGBY LEAGUE: Senior fitness mystery. 240
Rugby League: The Try's the Limit : Hull sets sights on a final shock; Underdogs are aiming to lower Leeds' colours. 419
Rugby League: The Try's the Limit : THE ECHO has assembled their own panel of experts to give their verdict on this year's final. 323
Rugby Union: Ruck Stars : Davies embarks on rebuilding job; Fresh talent brought in after exodus. 375
Rugby Union: Ruck Stars : Grant bonanza gives Park plenty of optimism. 257
Seconds Out: Brough is sweating on ABAs. 225
Seconds Out: Sparring with star duo big boost for Quigley; Tony learning from Calzaghe and Reid. 526
Seconds Out: Youngsters have an eye on future. 110
Send us your shots of Liverpool life. 200
Tesco now cheaper than Asda says survey. 101
The Rookery is saved. 102
Thug kicked man as he lay on floor. 116
Two killed in car crash. 223
Weekend conference is a sell-out. 80
Where next? It's up to you. 432
Win, lose or draw: Pink quiz; IT'S NOT THE TAKING PART, IT'S THE WINNING. 401
Working to see the world. 487
You say : Northern pride. 173
You say: Coverage unfair. 99
You say: Crown danger. 129
You say: Invite for critic. 139
You say: Merseyfest was fun. 135
You say: Short points. 101
You say: Short points. 103
You say: Short points. 89
Youngsters get in on the act. 86
Your Poem: Bunty and her Knee. 143
Your Shout: IT'S ALL KICKING OFF: Blues fans on this week's Champions League scandal. 97
Your Shout: IT'S ALL KICKING OFF: Blues fans on this week's Champions League scandal. 83
Your Shout: IT'S ALL KICKING OFF: Blues fans on this week's Champions League scandal. 86
Your Shout: IT'S ALL KICKING OFF: Blues fans on this week's Champions League scandal. 139
Your Shout: It's good to see Blues bidding for big names. 160
Your Shout: Rafa's been wise on transfer front; Impulse buys are not right move for Reds. 122
Your Shout: Rafa's been wise on transfer front; Impulse buys are not right move for Reds. 107
Your Shout: Rafa's been wise on transfer front; Impulse buys are not right move for Reds. 145
Your Shout: Rafa's been wise on transfer front; Impulse buys are not right move for Reds. 85
Your Shout: Team spirit is Blues key. 92

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