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Articles from Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England) (January 15, 2005)

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ALEX TAKES ON ARCTIC ROLE; Teenager joins team of explorers. 411
Anger over rent rise for tenants. 235
BACK ON FORM; Praise for school turnaround. 299
BAG BOUGHT ON WEB IS `A FAKE' Appeal for help over pounds 170 `scam'. 232
Barry Horne: Dowie's U-turn. 113
Barry Horne: Fighting an uphill battle. 88
Barry Horne: You simply can't replace Gravesen. 255
Blood Red: Avoiding a new long and winding road. . . Benitez must allay fears after Houllier's French revolution. 632
Blood Red: Double standards. 128
Blood Red: Real unable to get clause in. 208
Britain's oldest tennis ball is safe on cathedral walls. 302
Can we help? 188
Charles is silent over Harry gaffe. 171
Cherie holds court with law students. 183
Comedian Tom keeps 'em laughing as cruise ship breaks down. 224
Corinthian: All Queens' men made to suffer; CMS League. 179
Corinthian: Brown and Atkinson turn Queens into Market leaders; Wallasey Sunday League. 329
Corinthian: Byrne's on hot form in cup tie; Birkenhead & Wirral. 210
Corinthian: Carr puts brakes on Columbas; Ziggy makes Millers even more Jolly Liverpool Sunday League. 250
Corinthian: Chemical spillage; Salonika brace ends cup hopes West Cheshire League. 254
Corinthian: Danny's double strike is just the ticket for Warwick progress; Birkenhead Sunday. 263
Corinthian: Old boys can't put Cat out; Ellesmere Port Sunday League. 265
Corinthian: PSV win is pure poetry; Wirral Sunday League. 282
Crackdown on bogus callers. 146
Cricket: Vaughan's fury after bad light halts run; Captain close to completing century. 364
CYCLING: Youth title for McEvoy. 113
Drug addict jailed for assault. 112
FBI's terror computer faces the axe. 95
Fernando's hideaway; Why Anfield is perfect for new star signing. 308
FIELD DEFIANT ON BURGLARS; Only Labour MP to back the right to use force. 291
Flashback: Billy Butler: I was more sold on the adverts of the olden days. 480
Flashback: Down Your Way Dig up Beatles' past: Quarry Street; The story of a road like yours with Kate Mansey. 604
Flashback: Farewell to the Field; Peter Grant looks at the history of a famous city children's home. 646
Flashback: Match Memories; Liverpool 3 Manchester United 3: January 4, 1994. 419
Flashback: Mersey Memories; Send your photographs, with a return address, to the address on the letters page. 211
Flashback: Monumental changes; Rachael Tinniswood looks back at one of our grandest landmarks. 1558
Flashback: Old Pals. 476
Flashback: Rewind: Feed back; Readers respond to Flashback stories. 375
Flashback: Rewind: Good taste prevails in a self-sufficient suburbia; The Good Life (BBC1) 1975-1978. 430
Flashback: Rewind: My Favourite Memory. 267
Flashback: Scousers abroad. 310
Flashback: Sold Out; Barrie Mills on stuff you can't buy anymore. 275
Flashback: The Boutique 1977: It was a very good year for . . .James McKenna. 266
Flashback: Tom Slemen: Tales from the past. 540
Flashback; The Boutique 1977: Disco inferno; Dawn Collinson dons her flares and checks out late `70s fashion. 298
Football: Beattie can claim Grav hero status; And extra training is key for pounds 6m man. 885
Football: Chester: Ell of a loss for City; -but Branch makes return. 527
Football: Chris is Edge Hill hero; I-Zingari League. 270
Football: Cup goal heroes make four-midable contributions; I-Zingari Combination. 185
Football: It's all kicking off: Blues fans on the departure of midfield ace Thomas Gravesen. 88
Football: It's all kicking off: Blues fans on the departure of midfield ace Thomas Gravesen. 99
Football: Motors hit back to earn thrilling victory; Cheshire FA Amateur Cup. 157
Football: MOYES: WE HAD TO CASH IN ON GRAV; Dane was determined to complete dream move. 418
Football: Nasher: Fun has been put back into Anfield; Former `Frankie Goes to Hollywood' guitarist. 469
Football: Non-League: Alvin's fury over Timms dismissal; Handball verdict harsh on keeper RUNCORN. 206
Football: Non-League: Brown: My tactics let us down; VAUXHALL. 154
Football: Non-League: Lawson's frustration; PRESCOT. 110
Football: Non-League: Linnets' goal-den era; BURSCOUGH. 132
Football: Non-League: New boy to Tuck in; MARINE. 111
Football: Non-League: Port boss insists Lancaster remains part of his plans; SOUTHPORT. 271
Football: Non-League: Skem preparations down drain; Moore & Co North West Counties. 465
Football: Rafa: I made it very clear Gerrard is not for sale. 478
Football: REPLACING GRAVESEN COULD TAKE A WHILE; `Likely it may not happen in this window'. 492
Football: Royal edge to victory; Liverpool County Combination. 186
Football: Silver service for new Reds signing; Unveiling underlines true value. 737
Football: The Premiership team news. 967
Football: This is the big one for boss Benitez. 111
Football: TICKET NEWS. 456
Football: Winning formula. 245
Football: Wrexham a danger package; Wrexham v Tranmere: Crisis club a clear threat as Rovers bid to bounce back. 594
FRESH CLAIMS ROCK SECURITY SERVICE; _ Council chiefs launch an internal investigation. 370
FRESH CLAIMS ROCK SECURITY SERVICE; Council chiefs launch an internal investigation. 370
GOLF: McGuigan set for St Andrews. 163
Horse Power: Old's charge can Wain supreme! Warwick looks tailor-made for gutsy Mountain. 441
Horse Power: On the Rails. 253
Horse Power: Watch out for . . 132
Horse Power: Win Haydock badges. 302
I cry as I drive home and can't wait to be at her side the next morning; LOUISE DRYSDALE fell into a coma after suffering a heart attack weeks before Christmas. Despite the fears of husband Jeff and their five children, Louise awoke on New Year's Day. PETRA MANN tells their dramatic story. 1003
Ian Hernon: Louise is a driving force over safety. 354
If you can deliver the goods, why not be a Direct agent? 190
It's all kicking off: Shorts. 89
Jason McAteer: Bristol defeat was so painful. 308
Jason McAteer: Pressure is building. 98
John Aldridge: A blessing in disguise. 88
John Aldridge: Reds must start winging it to benefit from Nando. 150
John Aldridge: United the ideal start for new buy. 252
Knife raider jailed for holding boy hostage. 170
Man given time to mend ways. 92
Man locked up for crash with police car in chase. 100
Master Minds. 484
Ministers drop plan to ban goldfish fair prizes. 175
Nationwide axes fees to encourage investors. 101
On the Bounce: Beat a bit of bully. 453
On the Bounce: First chance to silence alarm bells before fat lady sings. 235
On the Bounce: OTB Briefs: The Read Devils. 106
Our ode to Morientes. 284
Our ode to Morientes. 287
Paddy Shennan: Brief points. 308
Paddy Shennan: Chilling tale of atrocity. 221
Paddy Shennan: Send in the Big Brother clowns; An undignified performance from TV `stars'. 415
Paddy Shennan: The week ahead. 160
Parents face up to five years jail for smacking their kids. 225
pounds 3m TO FUND ETHNIC COMMUNITY CENTRE; Project will create hundreds of jobs and training placements. 294
Prenno on Telly. 357
Psychic cleared of drink-driving charge. 202
Radio waves. 128
ROSIE DELIGHT AS CLAIM THROWN OUT; Women's hospital chief cleared of wrongdoing. 277
Roverflow: Handball outrage. 166
Roverflow: It's such a fine dividing line. 110
Roverflow: Smith is faced with tough uphill battle. 206
Royal Blue: Gravesen has preference for sweet 16. 200
Royal Blue: Hunt is on for classic event. 272
Royal Blue: Kevin's final action deserves full credit; Fans should applaud Campbell's parting shot. 320
Royal Blue: No case for flying high. 124
Ruck Stars: EURO BALLS; Apparently they play a bit on the continent, too. 469
Ruck Stars: Lancashire claim counties' top seed. 131
Ruck Stars: New Brighton plan route to recovery; Ground move is among group's options. 437
Rugby Union: Try's the Limit The race for 2005 glory; How the honours list will pan out. 574
Seconds Out: Beware banger. 124
Seconds Out: Boxer Shorts To be Frank, it's a no-win gamble. 265
Seconds Out: Hughes can be Golden opportunity. 167
Seconds Out: Novices see cons of pro-am shows; Prospects getting raw deal. 451
Sentencing delay for pounds 9m gambler thief. 154
STAFF REVOLT OVER SMOKING. 403
Strawberry Field hope for gateway to listing; Bid to save Fab Four landmark. 369
STRIKE UP THE BAND FOR ECHO CONCERT; Philharmonic orchestra sign up for show. 412
TENNIS: Grand slam goal prompts Henman's Davis Cup farewell. 162
TV Tips. 266
Win, lose or draw: Pink quiz. 435
You say: Animal behaviour. 177
You say: Blame the poverty. 174
You say: Homosexual theme. 145
You say: Short points. 82
You say: Thatcher gets lucky. 140
You say: Think of Auschwitz. 164
You say: Your Poem: Hunt For Jobs. 119
Your shout: Lack of competition. 99
Your shout: Liverpool's FM is music to my ears. 89

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