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Articles from Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England) (October 1, 2016)

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'Klopp TV tactics wouldn't happen in Italy'. 310
'Tesco hit with PS500k fine over man's roof fall; WORKER'S 'MIRACLE' ESCAPE AFTER 30ft PLUNGE. 418
48 YOUR NEXT hours MUSIC, THEATRE, COMEDY AND MORE ... FOUR PAGES OF LISTINGS START HERE. 215
A SEASIDE SURPRISE; Think Blackpool is just the stuff of hen do's and stag weekends? Think again, says SARAH DALE, who took her family for the weekend. 877
Addict slashed victim's face; HOMELESS MAN NEEDED 85 STITCHES. 323
Adelphi staff 'refused to call police after raid' THIEVES STEAL BUS PASS AND HEARING AID FROM 85-YEAR-OLD. 413
All aboard for a trip back to a golden age; ride on the vintage trams and buses just the ticket for a fun-packed family day out. 431
ASK DAVID. 156
Athletic's Lance hits target to bag the points over Camphill; liverpool& District. 241
Big ideas for small garden spaces; AS OUR OUTDOOR SPACES CONTINUE TO BECOME SMALLER, TOP GARDEN DESIGNER NOEL KINGSBURY OFFERS TIPS ON IDEAL PLANTS FOR PETITE PLACES. 919
Bleak - but still funny. 136
Blues fans applaud for tragic Jake. 172
Brazilians in tune with each other. 303
BY DAVID PRENTICE How they rated. 247
Caldy look for home comforts against Otley; CALDY. 309
Carragher - Jurgen is perfect for club. 131
Clyne's class has been major factor for Reds; DEFENDER HAS FLOWN UNDER THE RADAR UNDER KLOPP. 582
Concentration is the key for boss Burton; CITYOFL'POOL. 457
Cottage industry; AS HUGH FEARNLEY-WHITTINGSTALL AND HIS TEAM PRESENT A NEW FOODIE BIBLE, ELLA WALKER TRIES HER HAND AT COOKING THE RIVER COTTAGE WAY. 1405
Councillor and family deny fraud; NEWS WIRE. 249
Coutinho insists: There's more to COME; REDS' STAR FEELS HE'S PLAYING WELL BUT WANTS TO GET EVEN BETTER EXCLUSIVE. 1371
Creative, subversive - and true friend to city; Get in touch - tell us what you think Email: letters@liverpoolecho.co.uk Phone: 0151 227 2000 Twitter: @LIVECHONEWS Facebook: facebook.com/theliverpoolecho Post: Liverpool ECHO, PO Box 48, Old Hall Street, Liverpool L69 3EB. Letter to the editor 969
Crystal clear on future; KOEMAN'S LONG TERM PLAN FOR PLAYING STYLE IS GRADUALLY TAKE SHAPE. 1118
Discover the magic of Marrakech. 384
Doran - Forget about loss and focus on next match; Bootle. 346
Dozen that look good for Whiston as they hit the top; COUNTY YTH. 209
Drug dealer jailed after police search; NEWS WIRE. 126
Echos of the past. 245
Enjoy DRAMA amid cruelty. 659
Explore a world first that put city on maritime map. 307
Explosive start to firework spectacular; HUNDREDS GATHER TO WATCH CONTEST. 168
Feelgood factor and team full of goals - sit back, and enjoy it. 613
Filthy state of seaside ice cream kiosk; OWNERS FINED PS10,000 AND STALL CLOSED DOWN. 332
Fire crews tackle blaze at warehouse. 158
Fire family back on their feet - thanks to YOUR help; donations pay for rebuilding effort. 260
Focus and DRIVE to keep going Liverpool boss Jurgen assistant Zeljko Buvac Melwood ahead of the the Liverpool players (inset, below right); MANAGER TELLS OF PACT WITH PLAYERS TO MAKE SURE THEY KNOW JOB IN HAND. 1132
Found may finally find way to win in the Arc. 748
G-Lee for the Steel Vets; Chester & Wirral. 266
Get in the know and save on travel insurance; MONEY MATTERS PROMOTIONAL FEATURE Great nancial information for Liverpool Echo Readers. 543
Government pulls plug on Help to Buy scheme; CHANCELLOR PHILIP HAMMOND HAS WRITTEN TO BANK OF ENGLAND GOVERNOR MARK CARNEY AND INSISTED THE SCHEME HAS SERVED ITS PURPOSE. 545
Half the battle is won - just keep it going; sluggish opening nowhere to be seen but blues must maintain tempo throughout. 718
Hard work guaranteed - Burr; GOT A STORY T0 TELL? Email joe.rimmer@trinitymirror.com or tweet @joerimmer88. 214
he big stage beckons before him. Roberts ready to take on the World. 399
Herbert - No taking teams for granted; RUNCORN T. 186
How they stand - latest league tables. 888
HOW TO CLAIM YOUR TICLETS. 317
HOW TO... BLEED A RADIATOR. 150
Hull of a beating - but Loo look better; WATERLOO. 380
I DON'T WANT TO BE IN CONTROL; Actors don't come more seasoned than Sir Anthony Hopkins, but, even at this stage in the game, he chooses not to assume anything. As he prepares to make his small-screen debut in sci-fi thriller Westworld, GEMMA DUNN meets the man who's carved his own path. 1065
I've always loved beautiful clothes, I like to dress well; It's not too late to catch up on Amazon Prime's The Collection, a tale of two conflicting brothers who spearhead a fashion house in post-war Paris. KEELEY BOLGER chats to Richard Coyle, who plays eldest brother Paul Sabine, about the glamorous family drama, his love of fashion and whether he's interested in reuniting with the Coupling crew. 966
Iffy script spoils show. 128
In my head I am a big fat man; Chat show host Graham Norton talks to HANNAH STEPHENSON about writing his first crime fiction, body issues, and why he's not about to slow down. 1130
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas; Get yourself into the festive spirit with a trip to one of these fabulous European Christmas markets. 880
It's Whelans at the double; Houlihan's Birkenhead. 256
Jevons above with fine four-goal haul; I ZINGARI COMBINATION. 258
King is spot-on as Newton edge derby; West Cheshire. 642
Kirkdale nursery store still on top after 55 years; ADVERTISING FEATURE KIDDIELAND IS LIVERPOOL'S OLDEST INDEPENDENT NURSERY STORE 315 - 321 Stanley Road, Kirkdale, Liverpool L5 7QF Open 10am - 5pm, Closed Sun Tel: 0151 922 5075 FOR OUR LATEST OFFERS AND COMPETITIONS. 283
Klopp hints at retiring from dugout. 255
LATEST TITLES. 305
Let's make a statement; victory over Dagenham would be big - CARDEN. 1183
LOST TRIBES The People's Memories. 412
Lukaku's goal had nothing to do with me! Koeman says rom'S MAGNIFICENT SET PIECE WAS ALL HIS OWN WORK AS BOSS IS SATISFIED WITH HARD-EARNED POINT. 446
Luxury family life; THIS MAGNIFICENT FAMILY HOME IN FORMBY OFFERS AN ABUNDANCE OF ACCOMMODATION FOR ALL THE FAMILY AND HAS BEEN FINISHED TO AN EXCEPTIONAL STANDARD... 231
Major contribution sees Jets flying high; Wallasey & dist. 511
Man charged over attack on student; NEWS WIRE. 121
Man kidnapped, tortured and raped in nine-hour ordeal; POLICE: 'ONE OF THE MOST DISTURBING CASES EVER'. 495
Manager Wardle shows the way for Dock Reserves. 423
MASTERMINDS. 352
Midfielder Osborne joins on month's loan. 166
MINUTE NATIONAL NEWS BRIEFING 5. 326
Monaghan returns; MARINE. 167
Murray hurries along to hit five and depose King Harry; LIVERPOOL BUS HOUSES. 430
MUST SEE SHOWS. 627
Ode to the British West Indians Your Poem. 164
OLD PALS. 163
On the RAILS... 243
ON THIS DAY OCT 1. 480
OUR EXPERT ANSWERS YOUR QUESTIONS. 246
Our throw-away stars who will do anything for 15 minutes of fame. 451
Parents in court over dog attack. 252
Park burning bright; BIRK PARK. 111
PETAL POWER; adorn your home with the beauty of flowers. 635
Poetry is part of life in our city; MY CITY. 282
Possession the watchword for new manager Dunn; Widnes FC. 232
PRODUCT OF THE WEEK. 115
Property market picks up post-Brexit vote, say mortgage lenders. 383
quick. 120
RAISE A GLASS. 551
Ready to do business ... The Apprentice is back! NISHA MAL TAKES A PEEK AT THIS YEAR'S CONTESTANTS - WILL THEY BE ABLE TO HANDLE THE HEAT OF LORD SUGAR'S BOARDROOM? PICK OF THE WEEK THE APPRENTICE Thursday, BBC1, 9pm. 894
Rest and refreshment; MERSEYSIDE TALES. 507
Rio regrets but it's all go for pro; FOWLER LOOKS FORWARD AFTER DISAPPOINTMENT. 557
Rural track to music hub. 342
saint's preserved in paris. 505
Save money with wall to wall warmth; Cavity wall insulation can make your rooms warmer and cheaper to heat, but make sure it is suitable for your home, writes JULIA GRAY. 424
Shock as Jack, 11, is targeted by knife robber. 348
Shock as stabbed man left lying in street; POLICE PROBE IF CASUALTY WAS ROBBERY VICTIM. 395
Showing right signs - Lallana. 253
Simply magnificent at Kelso. 354
Solomona is fab at 40 to set a new record. 407
SPONSORED CONTENT; We're giving away free tickets to special pre-release screenings of the powerful new British movie that's packing a punch. 206
SPORTS QUIZ. 298
Stafford - More drama ahead. 201
Statement made as Southport over-run Wids; WIDNES/ SOUTHPORT. 267
Superstore raid part of PS15m tax fraud probe; CUSTOMS SWOOPS CO-ORDINATED ACROSS THE UK. 273
TALES FROM THE PAST. 389
The big boys have killed us. They took it off us bit by bit; SMITHDOWN ROAD HANDYMANS SUPERMARKET CLOSES ITS DOORS FOR LAST TIME AFTER 54 YEARS. 397
THE BIG FREES; Save the planet and a fortune with these clever tips and you will feel even more smug admiring your gorgeous garden. 1086
The Fall takes a dive in totally tedious opener. 785
The People's Archive: Our Wedding Day; Everybody loves a good wedding and, in the week in which we have seen one Everton couple mark 70 years of marriage, we thought it was time to celebrate marital bliss down the decades. If you'd like to see your wedding picture in The People's Archive - or if you have any old pictures of Merseyside life that might. 240
The Zutons reunite for very special one-off gig. 190
Things to do this week. 107
Third funding boost for Dome of Home. 224
Train yob went on TWO vicious race hate rants; BUT MAN IS SPARED JAIL - DESPITE DRUNKENLY ABUSING PASSENGERS. 490
TRAVEL NEWS; LATEST TRAVEL ADVICE, OFFERS AND NEWS. 250
travel. 172
Trending. 683
True Blue McCann has eyes firmly set on UFC. 849
TV FILMS OF THE WEEK. 488
TV SOAPS; David, meet Goliath CORONATION STREET ITV. 940
UNDER THE HAMMER ART OF ULSTER. 388
Watch out for... 246
Waterloo show gr-eight form as they pass test at Academy; L'POOL OB. 266
We believe in master's plan - Wijnaldum. 284
WHAT'S ON. 2191
Wirral suffer surprise first defeat; WIRRAL. 110
Wolves will face Warriors in final; HULL FC 18 WIGAN 28. 478
Worker threatened with knife. 160
You can never eliminate human error. 131
Youngsters look to shine on international stage. 166

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