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Articles from Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England) (April 3, 2020)

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'Abhorrent' restructure to go ahead at schools; TEACHERS COULD LOSE JOBS. CHRIS MCKEON Local Democracy Reporter chris.mckeon@liverpoolcom @cjmckeon 384
'We should be supporting NHS staff - not chucking them off a bus at 6am' nurse left in the lurch after driver refuses PS20 note. MAX CLEMENTS ECHO Reporter max.clements@trinitymirror.com @maxclements97 520
A LIVERPOOL school. 161
Alder Hey preparing to ease strain on NHS by taking adult patients; MOVE WOULD HELP CLEAR BEDS FOR VIRUS VICTIMS ELSEWHERE. JONATHAN HUMPHRIES ECHO Reporter jonathan.humphries@trinitymirror.com @JHUMPHRIESECHO 250
ALL THE LATEST GAMING, COMICS & FILM NEWS GEEK TO ME. 283
ALSO STREAMING. 520
APRIL COOL; LOCKDOWN DOESN'T MEAN WE CAN'T ENJOY SOME GREAT NEW TITLES THIS MONTH. 741
Atletico players' wage deal. 217
Beat lockdown boredom by curating your own museum. PADDY SHENNAN ECHO Writer paddyshennan@liverpoolecho.co.uk @PaddyShennan 352
Belgium offer potential title boost to Reds with cancellation. DAVID BYROM ECHO Reporter sport@liverpool.com @LIVECHOSPORT 250
BEST OF THE REST. 334
Boys from the BACK stuff. PAUL GORST LFC Correspondent paul.gorst@reachplc.com @PTGORST 833
Business is backing battling sports clubs. 237
Clap all you like - just don't let it distract you from the real problems; MY SHOUT THE COLUMNIST WHO KNOWS THE NETFLIX PASSWORD. TOM EVANS 412
Clapping for ALL our virus heroes. 235
Consultation into bypass plans delayed; Country Park SURVEYS ON HOLD. LORNA HUGHES ECHO Reporter lorna.hughes@trinitymirror.com @lorna_hughes 467
Councils warn of lockdown waste. 463
Double arrest after stabbing in flats. 160
Drag Queens join forces to help raise money for masks; ADAM MAIDMENTon the online drag show for the nhs. 453
ECHO Business Awards moved to September; ENTRTY DEADLINE EXTENDED UNTIL JUNE 12. TOM HOUGHTON Business Editor tom.houghton@trinitymirror.com @tomashoughton 529
Eddie Large dies with coronavirus. 252
Face mask thief 'shows lack of empathy'. 170
Farewell to big-voiced pioneer Cy; MY CITY. 298
FCWhy top scorer has to get a LUK in; WHO ELSE MAKES OUR CHOICE OF EVERTON'S ULTIMATE FIRST XI AND 25-MAN SQUAD FROM THE PREMIER LEAGUE ERA? CHRIS BEESLEY and SAM CARROLL 958
Fireworks ruined the applause for NHS; 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 1003
Focus on former Olympian Geoff; sport@liverpool.com athletics. with Mike Dooling, MBE 821
Football must wait, says 'petrified' Cresswell. 330
Going nuts over show. 153
Hulley 'forgotten man of British Olympic history' sport@liverpool.com WITH JOE COY SWIMMING. 354
Jail for man after breaking partner's arm. NEIL DOCKING ECHO Reporter neil.docking@trinitymirror.com @LIVECHOCOURT 435
Liverpool. 262
Man quizzed after police bust PS1.6m drug farm. BEN TURNER ECHO Reporter ben.turner@trinitymirror.com @BreakyWakey_Ben 356
Matalan advertises for agency staff two days after furlough; COMPANY ACCUSED OF UNDERMINING FIGHT AGAINST VIRUS. CHRIS MCKEON Local Democracy Reporter chris.mckeon@liverpoolcom @cjmckeon 490
Mouse droppings found near food; ZERO RATING FOR MERSEY RESTAURANT AS REPORT SLAMS POOR HYGIENE STANDARDS. GEORGE MORGAN Local Democracy Reporter george.morgan@reachplc.com @GMORG01 384
Moving back from London was the best thing I ever did; LORNA HUGHES talks to ray quinn about his love of the city and his music. 1454
Murder victim was due in court accused of running over man; MASKED THUGS SHOT MAN IN LEG AND STOMACH. NEIL DOCKING ECHO Reporter neil.docking@trinitymirror.com @LIVECHOCOURT 596
Mystery Reds star in PS25,000 donation. 204
Never-say-die attitude key to Reds identity, insists Henderson. 235
New dog on the block. 168
News and information. 279
Next year's Aintree to pay tribute to the heroes of our NHS; FIRST DAY'S RACING DEDICATED TO WORKERS. CATHERINE MURPHY ECHO Reporter catherine.murphy@trinitymirror.com @CathMurphy_ 284
Officers cover up after suspect falls ill. 206
Pennington wants to write off the loans and make break from Blues. ADAM JONES ECHO Reporter adam.jones@reachplc.com @Adam_Jones94 320
People's club that was READY for the change; adapting to the upheaval has been seamless - and it's no surprise. ADAM JONES ECHO Reporter adam.jones@reachplc.com @adam_jones94 776
Picture PERFECT; trent hoping he can provide inspiration for anfield's next generation. PAUL GORST Liverpool FC Correspondent paul.gorst@reachplc.com alanjonesECHO 515
Police warn of rise in online grooming amid UK lockdown; perverts take advantage of virus crisis. JOE THOMAS Crime Reporter joe.thomas@trinitymirror.com @joe_thomas18 392
Pressure builds on defining day. JAMIE GARDNER 296
PREVIEW: TROLLS WORLD. 217
Race hate group uses virus crisis to stir up trouble; WHITE POWER MOB BEHIND PARK POSTERS. JAMIE LOPEZ ECHO Reporter jamie.lopez@trinitymirror.com @jamie_lopez1 455
Radio stars unite to 'lift nation's spirits' with Great British sing-along. 341
Restaurants we'll be booking into when all this is finally over! lorna hughes on some of the eateries we're missing. 770
Right now, it feels like we're in the best condition of our lives; Blossoms frontman Tom Ogden opens up to ALEX GREEN about the band's most successful year yet. ALEX GREEN 847
Right Royal knees-up is a perfect end to series. 431
roomWritten into Aintree history Written; journalist MARCUS ARMYTAGE recalls the fast and frisk day he won the grand national. CHRIS WRIGHT Racing Reporter chris.wright@reachplc.com 2343
Round-up Fines over lockdown breaches. 272
Round-up Student hit with huge bill for flat. 342
Round-up Web hero aims to cheer up kids. 268
Sarah is the mistress of the art of wine tasting; cheryl mullin talks to the art school's head sommelier about her love of all things grape. cheryl mullin 922
Scouting alternatives to Gabriel could lead Blues closer to home. ANDREW BEASLEY ECHO Reporter 602
Sheen: 'I don't like to use prosthetics'. 235
SHOW BUZZ; ALL THE LATEST FROM THE WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT. 302
SHOWBIZ SHORTS. 236
SOAP watch; Your guide to all the drama taking place on the cobbles and in the Dales. 161
Star trek insurrection; THE TEAM SQUABBLES AND EDWINA CURRIE DOWNS TOOLS AS THE GOING GETS TOUGHER FOR OUR CELEBRITY PILGRIMS PICK OF THE DAY PILGRIMAGE: THE ROAD TO ISTANBUL BBC2, 9pm. 277
STICKING together; squad taking part in training - van dijk. CHRIS BEESLEY ECHO Reporter chris.beesley@reachplc.com @CBEESLEYECHO 566
Still keeping in touch through these extraordinary times. I Can Do That! alltogethernow.org with FOR PEOPLE WHO WON'T LET DISABILITY GET IN THE WAY TOM DOWLIN 332
Support for you and your family. 457
Teacher hands out face shields to help curb infection. 259
We won the wrong final - Seedorf. CHRIS BEESLEY ECHO Reporter chris-beesley@reachplc.com @CBEESLEYECHO 413
Why did we let this happen? APRIL 2 city's death toll from the paramedic spikes as 21 fatalities are linked to covid-19 outbreak. LIAM THORP ECHO Reporter liam.thorp@trinitymirror.com @LIAMTHORPECHO 384
Winning post to press. 326
WISH YOU WERE HERE? With the UK still on lockdown thanks to coronavirus, a trip to the beach with new book adaptation Four Kids and It could be just what the doctor ordered, writes DAMON SMITH. DAMON SMITH 441
You've got to laugh; MARION MCMULLEN checks out some of the best feel-good offerings currently streaming and available online from the nation's top comics. 862

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