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Articles from Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England) (March 31, 2018)

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'Virgil's a leader but Jordan is captain'. 344
A BRUSH WITH FAME. 258
A FERN FAVOURITE; Embrace the outdoors indoors with a whole wall of greenery, says OCTAVIA LILLYWHITE. 252
A TALE OF TWO CITIES; DAVID MORRISSEY LIKES A CHALLENGE - AND HIS LATEST OUTING AS A TORMENTED POLICE INSPECTOR IN SMALL-SCREEN ADAPTATION THE CITY & The City is certainly that. HE TALKS TO GEMMA DUNN. 932
A week full of Doddy memories. 305
Agatha Christie is great at keeping you guessing; The latest Agatha Christie adaptation from the BBC, Ordeal By Innocence, starts with the murder of wealthy philanthropist Rachel Argyll. Her adopted son Jack is convicted of the killing and dies in prison. But could he have been innocent all along? Here Bill Nighy, 68, who plays Rachel's husband Leo, explains more about the drama. 901
Age is no barrier, darling; You don't have to be in the first flush of youth to take on new opportunities, say the eight famous faces starring in Last Laugh. Rather it's about remaining dedicated to your art, they tell GEMMA DUNN PICK OF THE WEEK LAST LAUGH IN VEGAS Tuesday, ITV, 9pm. 1007
Akrigg looks to rotate; Widnes FC. 185
All roads lead to adventure; Proving you don't have to travel far to find excitement, WARREN CHRISMAS and family take a theme park driving tour in France. 828
Allardyce happy to KEEP IT INSIDE; blues boss has no interest in what's being said by those outside the club. 509
At last a really Good Friday; meninga pep-talk helps saints to first bank holiday win over wigan in 10 years ST HELENS 21 WIGAN 18. 615
BIRKENHEAD. 242
BOOK IT. 117
Boyce makes tough call on retirement. 238
Breck win handsomely in Zingari Cup; lpool county prem. 328
Bridge fine on hold as Alan, 71, waits 2 hours. 303
Bridge linked main streets. 604
Britannia rule in cup; i zingari. 266
Budding young film[...]. 512
Burnham: Firefighters at Arena attack have no need to be sorry. 473
Cars raced past road workers filling in pothole. 309
Children saluted for 'peaceful' creativity; LIVERPOOL. 183
Davies LOOKS better than ever. 202
Deaths. 798
Dengo do business in Dunlop; liv & district. 164
Dover and OUT; TRANMERE and their supporters left frustrated after national league game postponed due to waterlogged pitch. 258
Elite Sports Academy offer chance to play for Marine and Bootle. 325
Emre's future remains open - Klopp. 334
Even City's money-laden path to top hasn't been SMOOTH; RISE AT ETIHAD SHOWS THAT MOSHIRI'S 'MULTI-YEAR PLAN' CAN COME TO FRUITION. 632
Expect no surprises today. 283
FEEL-GOOD BAKES; JERRELLE GUY IS THE BLOGGER AND BAKER EXTRAORDINAIRE, WHO WILL HELP YOU DIG DEEP THROUGH FOOD. ELLA WALKER FINDS OUT HOW. 1623
Feels like my time is here. 522
Ferry sail through to final showdown; houlihans. 299
FINALS countdown; every game is crucial now, insists boss klopp. 905
Firepower is key to Town's ambitions; Runcorn Town. 285
frankie bridge spills her style secrets. 574
Gomez to miss City but Can may RETURN. 326
Good and bad news. 136
Gueye in fitness race to face City. 399
Heavyweights to collide; west cheshire. 475
Holidaymakers hit by queues at Dover. 220
I'll win - then I'm off out for a pizza. 335
It's just not Easter without a good old whingefest. 117
Jack saved drowning uncle's life; ride raises rnli cash - as karl continues recovery. 509
Jewish row 'stirred up' to slam Corbyn. 479
Just like Rumble In The Jungle - in Widnes. 287
KING'S ROAD; LINDSAY SUTTON hits the civil rights trail in Memphis as the world marks the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King's assassination. 1257
Knowsley hoping to send Tex message; knowsley yth. 337
LATEST TITLES. 320
Litter police will put off tourists and their cash; TALK BACK 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 984
Lorry U-turn sparks snarl-up. 194
Man, 26, held by police after fatal stabbing. 451
Marine on the up - but they need TIME; Marine. 414
MASTERMINDS. 604
Match waved off as Clubbies down to 6; CWFL. 711
Matchless finish for marathon walker Richie; 274-mile walk to raise money for charity. 538
Merseyside NOTICEBOARD. 283
Midwife avoids further charges; HEALTH WORKER HELPED TO UNCOVER AFFAIR. 629
MINUTE BRIEFING. 352
MONEY matters; PS350million spending has improved city a lot, quips manager allardyce. 364
MUST-SEE SHOWS. 633
On the RAILS... 363
OUR EXPERT ANSWERS YOUR QUESTIONS. 235
Our NHS needs a cash injection now - before it gets too late ... MY SHOUT the echo's print editor tells it like it is. 399
Oyster ones to catch; BUSINESS HOUSES. 255
PR mess needs sorting out now; sport@liverpool.com JOHN LAWLESS SCRUMS DOWN ON THE RUGBY LEAGUE SCENE. 415
Prepared for the FUTURE; AS HE GETS SET TO TAKE CHARGE OF HIS 100TH PREMIER LEAGUE GAME, BOSS JURGEN BELIEVES REDS HAVE FIRM BASE TO FLOURISH. 584
Price hails Charnley in derby triumph; WARRINGTON 32 WIDNES 18. 549
Prisoner died after blaze in cell; NEWS WIRE. 111
Promoter Marsh offers tickets to local clubs. 212
PROPERTY FOCUS. 321
Pumas on the prowl for Stoneycroft's top spot; lpool cty p. 260
QUICK QUIZ. 155
RAISE A GLASS. 549
Reds are set to face City and United on USA tour. 289
Sport Quiz. 301
Spring in visitors' step; Stephen Guy MERSEYSIDE TALES. 494
Stafford wants Remy reunion; Bootle. 205
Stones misses Goodison return. 187
Support important to help Lairds in promotion push; Cammell L. 337
TALES FROM THE PAST. 468
The accent is on ... a decent, meaty drama. 487
The People's Memories; LOST TRIBES. 423
THE TOP TV TOPICS. 128
THERE were some lovely [...]. 123
There's no DOUBT about difference in the dugout; RIVAL BOSSES AT SELHURST PARK SHOW HOW FAR REDS HAVE COME SINCE DARK DAYS OF HODGSON REIGN. 728
Till set to face Thompson at the ECHO Arena; ma. 244
Time for a final Firwood PUSH; sport@liverpool.com PACKING IN ALL THE NEWS FROM MERSEYSIDE'S RUGBY UNION CLUBS WATERLOO. 443
TRAVEL NEWS; LATEST TRAVEL ADVICE, OFFERS AND NEWS. 266
TRENDING. 342
TV FILMS OF THE WEEK. 529
TV SOAPS; EMMERDALE ITV. 819
UNDER THE HAMMER. 401
Vegans can now try TGI Friday's flavours. 163
Vics a big fan of Dan Ban; wallasey & district. 483
Victorian theme as TV crew hits the city. 235
Vintage market set to open at the Baltic; ELLEN KIRWIN ON THE CAMDEN-STYLE SHOPPING EXPERIENCE COMING TO CITY. 394
War memorial wins an upgrade as RAF celebrates 100 years. 346
WATCH IT. 118
Watch out for... 229
We can hit back, insists Southport boss Davies; Southport. 281
Weakened Wirral's seventh straight loss; sport@liverpool.com PACKING IN ALL THE NEWS FROM MERSEYSIDE'S RUGBY UNION CLUBS. 237
What Happens Now set for success at Haydock. 568
WHAT'S ON. 2712
When's the wedding? 140
Whistleblower... 119
Whistleblower... 113
Widnes need to get back to the action; sport@liverpool.com PACKING IN ALL THE NEWS FROM MERSEYSIDE'S RUGBY UNION CLUBS WIDNES. 223
Williams to coach; AFC L'POOL. 208
Writing is a way to fight my depression; As Elizabeth George celebrates 30 years of her popular Inspector Lynley series, she tells HANNAH STEPHENSON how writing has helped her depression, and why there's life still in the detective duo. 1102
Young at heart of Troubles. 434
Young dad fighting very rare cancer records heartfelt messages for his daughter's future. 477
Your chance to audition for X Factor; NEWS WIRE. 177
YOUR NEXT 48 hours MUSIC, THEATRE, COMEDY AND MORE ... FOUR PAGES OF LISTINGS START HERE. 167
Your Poem; A Frustrated Poet. 140

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