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Articles from Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England) (April 13, 2007)

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10,000 reasons why ECHO readers are best in world; You've raised the pounds 10,000 for little Alex. 578
Arts: Chris has the Mac beat. 111
Arts: Kim has score to settle with classic movie songs. 279
Arts: Lady sings the blues; Comic's daughter hits the stage as jazz legend. 657
BITZ. 563
Boxing: All change as Flournoy faces new opponent. 210
BRING BACK BROOKIE; Soap fans plead with Redmond for DVD release. Video recording review 311
CHAMPION AP IS PATRON SAINT OF ALDER HEY; EXCLUSIVE: McCoy has two reasons to enjoy Aintree trips. 681
Charlton? I don't know what the fuss is all about. 168
Classic coupe in an instant. 480
Club Goss; Clubs. 211
Cricket: Let's forget the winter of discontent; COMMENT. 260
Cricket: Reprieved Caldy look to cash in. 237
Cricket: Watkins turns back the clock; New Brighton's 'new' skipper is the guiding light. 490
District News West Lancs. 269
District News: South. 156
Don't turn our pounds 33m housing dream into nightmare; RESIDENTS CALL FOR RENOVATION, NOT DEMOLITION. 348
Drug man walked out of jail. 180
EXPOSED The grubby secrets that can hide in your favourite takeaway; Only two businesses merit five stars as dozens are shamed. 357
Fame can really mess with your head; Justin Timberlake talks about his career and his new found love of acting. 626
Fillies win glances by short hem. 141
Football: 'This can be best season so far'. 510
Football: Blowing the whistle on Sam. 182
Football: Ear, ear, Mighty Man plans to go out with a punch; AINTREE DAY ONE ROUND-UP Irish festival on the cards for Henry's hero. 675
Football: It's time for stats to tumble. 217
Football: Jol finds positives in Euro exit. 248
Football: KOP TO TAKE CENTRE STAGE; EXCLUSIVE Singing midsection being formed 18,000 Kop seats in revised plan New Anfield now to open summer 2010. 486
Football: Neville's winning feeling; GOODISON PARK, SUNDAY, KICK-OFF 3pm. 156
Football: PERFECT LIFT FOR CROUCH; BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP: MANCHESTER CITY V LIVERPOOL Boss Benitez's comments about keeping me at Anfield made me so happy - striker. 1049
Football: Southport on escape mission. 281
Football: Striker signs in to boost Rovers; LEAGUE ONE: MILLWALL V TRANMERE THE NEW DEN, TOMORROW, KICK-OFF 3pm Greenacre in two-year deal. 398
Football: The eyes don't have it as Poll loses plot! It's not ref's job to be the judge and jury. 415
Football: True blue spirit shining through. 280
Football: Vauxhall climb just the tonic in push for safety; NON-LEAGUE. 312
Football: Watson warns: We still have it all to do; NON-LEAGUE. 349
Football: We can beat drop - Bent; GOODISON PARK, SUNDAY, KICK-OFF 3pm. 130
Football: Yobo is keen to make up for lost time in Europe; BARCLAYS PREMIERSHIP: EVERTON V GHARLTON ATHLETIC GOODISON PARK, SUNDAY, KICK-OFF 3pm 'We're hungry for another chance'. 819
Ford releases another last-minute winner; cover story. 699
Former editor of ECHO diesat79. Obituary 322
Giants of Merseyside help out. 416
Girls plan Aintree trip in grand style. 136
GRIN AND BARE IT; Police refused asbo to keep streaker Mark Roberts out of Aintree. 271
GROUND FORCE! Test drilling starts for new bridge. 349
HERE'S A REALLY HOT TIP; Sunny day is an odds-on cert. 361
Horse Racing: A cloudy outlook for 2008! 109
Horse Racing: Joe looks to have the edge; You BET. 476
Horse Racing: Joes has the edge; Late rush on Cheltenham winner. 474
IN YOUR SIZE ONLY; 'James Bond' ad from style gurus to promote Littlewoods fashions. 235
It's not Berry good; PERFECT STRANGER (15) Halle Berry fails to get back to her Oscar-winning best in this drama. 508
Letter: Short points. 158
Letter: Short points. 157
Letter: Short points. 89
Letter: You say - Belle Yale facts. 191
Letter: You say - Future tense. 144
Letter: You say - Happy and sad. 141
Letter: You say - Selling stories. 138
Letter: You say - Tribute to Adam. 87
LITTLE FELLA, BIG HEARTS; You raised pounds 10,000 in 10 days for Alex. 82
LITTLE FELLA, BIG HEARTS; You raised pounds 10,000 in 10 days to give Alex a better future. 109
Man charged over death at Bootle takeaway. 116
Messages of goodwill for Alex. 250
MONKEY magic; Jade Wright talks to the Arctic Monkeys about their city gig and the frenzy surrounding their latest album. 958
New hope for the victims of family attacks. 171
Night at the races. Theater review 459
Not just the bloke who tells gay jokes; Alan Carr is happy back on the stand-up circuit. 669
Nought like a bad loser... SIX in the city. 446
On the Scent of a great night out; Clubs. 384
Out & About: Blood brothers. 141
Out & About: Out for a good time. 204
Out & About: Rights to life. 102
Pick of the day. 143
Police hunt man over racial abuse. 113
Police target bad language. 115
pounds 2m Aldi is a class act. 134
pounds 2m development boost at Chinatown. 191
Preview: WRITING ON THE WALL FESTIVAL Various venues. 442
Rest of the runners and riders for Ladies Day; Clubs. 203
Road closures to avoid chaos. 116
Rugby Union: Champs hope to sign off in style. 313
Rugby Union: Crunch time for Park in battle to beat the drop. 453
Rugby Union: Hat-trick pair lift Vikings; Sheffield Eagles v Widnes Vikings Don Valley Stadium tonight (8pm). 263
Rugby Union: SAINTS ARE WARY OF JONES THREAT; SUPER LEAGUE: ST HELENS V CATALANS KNOWSLEY ROAD, TONIGHT, 8pm Anderson aiming to douse Dragon fire of old friend. 383
Sealand - my kind of nation. 544
SEAT sport for all; road test A terrific line-up of cars. 579
SHOOTER (15); 6/10 Bite the bullet. 185
Slippers is ready to rewrite the record books. 404
Small firms in a lose-lose trap. 191
Stop the Clock; April 13. 85
The best and the worst. 309
The best view - and it's free. 242
The Little Flames; What's on our iPod. 284
The naked truth. 168
The price of Paradise soars to pounds 1 billion. 180
The teen who lurked in pool changing room with a camera. 359
Three saved from city night fires. 122
Tragic Adam comes home for last time. 315
Trust's celebration. 133
We're in a hole. . . . in Calcutta. 418
WILD HOGS (12A); 2/10 Woeful. 204
Win View tickets; THE VIEW. 115
Your Poem; Holly Smallman. 182

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