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Articles from Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England) (January 6, 2005)

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ANGLING: Fishing fun for all family. 166
ANGLING: James enjoys happy holiday. 200
ANGLING: Roberts a back-seat thriver. 96
ANGLING: Tolley cleans up at Springs. 129
Athlete: Badderely a front-runner as Scousers rise up rankings. 394
Beatle base for pilgrims. 214
BEER'S AT HOME IN CHILLED-OUT CITY. 370
Billions lost as workers do it for free. 109
BOGUS LETTERS; Warning over data cash scam. 312
Can we help? 189
Child support scheme praised. 169
Civil service job cuts fight. 107
Could you give a child a better start in life? Sefton Children Schools and Families Service. 323
Cricket: Englands waiting game over Flintoff; All-rounder's side injury compounds Test misery as Thorpe is dismissed. 510
Cricket: Flintoff's fitness boost for England; Muscle tear expected to respond t treatment as England face defeat. 454
DARTS: Adams is relishing top clash. 248
Divorced after pounds 18m lottery windfall. 130
Doctors warn diseases could kill thousands more. 182
Don't make the burglar's life easy; Home Office Burglary. 673
Dyslexic workers `suffer in silence'. 152
Football: `England still very much in my thoughts'. 276
Football: `The next Dixie' held key. 191
Football: Baggies will buy, promises Peace. 105
Football: Beattie is keen to forge Blues partnership with old pal Bent. 476
Football: Blake: I'm not just a striker. 310
Football: City chief issues Ellison hands off warning. 251
Football: CUP TIE DEBUT FOR RED PELLE; But it looks like Watford rather than Burnley. 325
Football: Edu blast over deal talks. 112
Football: Funeral of former Reds star Spicer. 152
Football: Loran set for talks over Rovers future. 228
Football: REDKNAPP LOOKS TO TREBLE TARGET; Saints boss to buy way out of trouble. 345
Football: Reds facing up to winter blunderland; Clamour for technology increases. 452
GENERATION GAME; Family history repeats itself. 257
HALT TO HOMES FOR STUDENTS; _ Policy of other cities could be mirrored. 308
HOLIDAY PENSION MONEY DELAYED; _ Computer hit by problems. 322
I can Do That: Feedback. 181
I can Do That: Transfall below bog standard '. 310
I want my sons by my side as I fight cancer tumour; Mum can't afford to bring boys from Peru. 525
I'M SO LUCKY TO STILL BE ALIVE; Son thought he would bleed to death or drown. 844
Jobs: Looking after the locals. 552
Join the ECHO Direct team. 231
Liverpool Echo Comment: Shadow over our society. 348
London Olympic Bid: Time to kick for home, says Coe; London Olympic bid enters the final straight. 330
Man held on mum-to-be murder. 84
MARY 80 HURT IN CS ATTACK; _ Terrifying assault in betting shop. 364
MARY 80: MY CS SPRAY TERROR; Thugs attack betting shop punters. 94
MERSEY COUNTS THE COST OF DEBT; Credit in charge of people's lives. 299
MERSEY UNITED IN SILENT GRIEF; Thousands raised for the victims of tsunami. 230
Mother finds son's body after desperate search. 312
Philip McNULTY: Bluntly, he's right. 219
Philip McNULTY: FA able to see Carra's point. 352
Property on 3 fab floors. 184
Search hots up for Mersey soccer fans of the year. 229
Short points: Jack and the Beanstalk. 103
Short points: Liverpool workers are lazy. 82
Short points: RE: `A lotto cash for city'. 92
Snowboarding honours. 133
Stab victim waited 45 minutes for ambulance. 198
Stephen Regan: Bite the bullet for a bright New future. 467
Stop the Clock January 6. 113
Sue Smith: We'll try to go easy on Chives. 398
The Insider: Baby for a babe. 226
The Insider: Is Sugababe Heidi soon to go solo? 138
The Insider: Tribute act reserves best seats at gig for fans from Liverpool. 140
The Insider: Viewer's weakest excuse. 119
The JURY: A POOR run of results. 145
The JURY: Everton had been written off. 136
The JURY: Jamie Carragher. 132
The JURY: Luck. 154
The JURY: NINE points out of a possible 12 over the Christmas period was very satisfying. 161
The JURY: The acquisition of James Beattie. 148
The JURY: THE victory against Portsmouth was a real bonus. 135
The JURY: We didn't play particularly well against Pompey. 154
THIS IS A JAB TOO FAR FOR OUR CHILDREN; Following the row over the combined MMR vaccination, the government now wants to bring out another jab for babies. Jane Woodhead reports. 891
TRUE COST OF CARS; Drivers can lose up to 75% of purchase price. 383
Will Batchelor: A texting time for diners who want to be polite. 223
Will Batchelor: AD NAUSEAM. 86
Will Batchelor: BITE BACK. 81
Will Batchelor: Making charity a marketing campaign. 476
Will Batchelor: Sex, drugs and Sanatogen. 143
Winners and losers. 160
Worriers are urged to change their lifestyle. 135
WWII marine escapes disaster on return to island. 411
YOBS STEAL CARER'S BRIGHT PINK VESPA; Woman pushed from scooter. 312
You Say: Back fair trade. 92
You Say: Camera culture. 119
You Say: Development wish. 103
You Say: Facts of death. 85
You Say: Hypocritical ban. 110
You Say: Put house in order. 156
YOU'RE NOT ALONE; Support groups help smokers quit. 466

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