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Articles from Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England) (March 11, 2020)

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'Don't panic!' - that's easier said than done for many people. Paddy Shennan MY SHOUT LIKES: PUBS, EVERTON AND HALF MAN HALF BISCUIT HATES: EVERYTHING ELSE 463
'It's not the right place for them, but there's nowhere else to go' programme highlights patients 'stranded' in hospital. LORNA HUGHES ECHO Reporter lorna.hughes@reachplc.com @lorna_hughes 1057
'Rubbish will pile up on the streets' - union warning over bin strikes; ACTION COULD START AFTER EASTER AMID PAY DISPUTE. GEORGE MORGAN Local Democracy Reporter george.morgan@reachplc.com @GMORG01 406
'We need braver football'. 223
A word from one of our sponsors ... 159
Airline takes over route from Flybe. 207
All you need is DOVES; messages of peace and love at cathedral. PADDY SHENNAN ECHO Writer paddyshennan@liverpoolecho.co.uk @PaddyShennan 434
Backing for scheme to reduce knife crime death rates; LIVERPOOL FC FOUNDATION. 333
BEST OF THE REST. 328
Blackpool POWER; ROVERS BAG THIRD STRAIGHT AWAY WIN ON WHAT's looking like another rollercoaster ride to finish the season. TOM CAVILLA at Bloomfield Road sport@liverpool.com @TomCavilla 771
Blues quick off the Quidditch mark; EVERTON IN THE COMMUNITY. 423
CHILDREN'S book of the week. 190
Comments could affect player's mental health; 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 973
Conman targeted students in scam; fraudster. off ered discount iPADS - BUT HIS CRONIES KEPT THE CASH. NEIL DOCKING ECHO Reporter neil.docking@trinitymirror.com @LIVECHOCOURT 393
Cutting out the MIDDLE men ... DELPH BACK FOR DERBY - BUT CENTRAL; DELPH BACK FOR DERBY - BUT CENTRAL AREA HAS SUFFERED BADLY THIS SEASON. PHIL KIRKBRIDE Everton FC Reporter philip.kirkbride@trinitymirror.com @PHILKECHO 436
Drugged-up mum spared jail after 120mph chase; judge gives woman a 'second chance'. NEIL DOCKING ECHO Reporter neil.docking@trinitymirror.com @LIVECHOCOURT 598
Epatante is the new Champ as Kildisart has Grand ambition. CHRIS WRIGHT at the Cheltenham Festival 370
Everton Glass relocates long established Liverpool store in expansion plans; THE HOME SUPPLIER WILL BE HOLDING A SPECIAL RELOCATION SALE AT ITS BOOTLE SHOWROOM FROM MARCH 15 TO MARK ITS NEW MOVE. 434
Every RIGHT to be concerned; no decision from blues on problem position. PHIL KIRKBRIDE Everton FC Reporter philip.kirkbride@trinitymirror.com @PHILKECHO 860
Everything is green-lit for me, says Sidibe. PHIL KIRKBRIDE Everton FC Reporter philip.kirkbride@trinitymirror.com @PHILKECHO 258
Former Blues youngster compared to ... Messi. 192
Fortress crumbles - but hold it together; david lyon with the views from st helens Talking Saints. 426
GROWING PAINS; Two decades into this fascinating show, the subjects of Child of Our Time look back on the trials of childhood as adulthood awaits PICK OF THE DAY CHILD OF OUR TIME: TURNING 20 BBC2, 9pm. 247
Hendo, Robbo available ... but Alisson still on the sidelines. 246
Home where the ART is; WORK GOES ON DISPLAY AT MANSION. LAURA DAVIS Arts Editor laura.davis@trinitymirror.com @lcdavis 234
Hospital bell helps Jane ring changes. 456
Infected surgeon 'operated on patients after return from Italy'. LIAM THORP ECHO Reporter liam.thorp@trinitymirror.com @LIAMTHORPECHO 502
Italian 'lockdown' traps city holiday family inside hotel. LEE GRIMSDITCH ECHO Correspondent lee.grimsditch@trinitymirror.com @leegrimsditch 605
Join in and honour our class acts. CHERYL MULLIN Deputy Print Editor cheryl.mullin@trinitymirror.com @cezmullin 432
Klopp: Coronavirus is not my concern, it's society's issue. IAN DOYLE 518
Kop of the pops! Green light for more concerts at Reds' Anfield home. NICK TYRRELL Local Democracy Reporter nick.tyrrell@trinitymirror.com @NCTYRRELL 419
Lecturer targeted in race abuse. 192
Lights, camera, ATTRACTION! take a peaky blinders tour of liverpool. ELLE MAY RICE ECHO Reporter elle.mayrice@trinitymirror.com @ellemayrice 269
Man 'nearly lost hand' in horror machete attack. LUKE TRAYNOR Chief Reporter luke.traynor@trinitymirror.com @LUKETRAYNORECHO 391
MERSEYSIDE [...]. 298
Over 120 jobs at risk as Unilever set to axe soap powder factory. ALAN WESTON ECHO Reporter alan.weston@trinitymirror.com @alanweston 370
Paisley Park to shine again. CHRIS WRIGHT Cheltenham Festival Day Three Preview 672
Police hunt bus stop flasher; NEWS WIRE. 234
Reality star skips ANOTHER court date. 164
Robbo: They won't wilt ... only a 100% performance from team and fans will do. PAUL GORST 472
Save our sands; government body says beach raking must be delayed. GEORGE MORGAN Local Democracy Reporter george.morgan@reachplc.com @GMORG01 476
Security guards reinstated at market after suspension; 'feral youths' to blame for problems, says trader. ALAN WESTON ECHO Reporter alan.weston@trinitymirror.com @alanweston 316
Sheridan brings Cilla role to stage. GEMMA JALEEL ECHO Reporter gemma.jaleel@trinitymirror.com @gemmajaleel 317
Simeone: We think we can hurt Reds ... and we have a Plan B, too. 398
SOAP WATCH; Your guide to all the drama taking place on the cobbles and in the Dales. 162
Start of virus peak 'in next fortnight'. 462
The four head lice hot-spots parents need to watch out for. 415
tough ... but we CAN do this It will be; virgil vows to 'try everything' to progress. PAUL GORST LFC Correspondent paul.gorst@reachplc.com @PTGORST 675
Tributes to RAF man David after tragic death. CHARLOTTE HADFIELD ECHO Reporter charlotte.hadfield@trinitymirror.com @Charl_hadfield 429
Trust the advice of experts MY CITY. JON KENNAUGH ECHO WRITER 321
Warhol's wigs to turn heads at Tate. 239
We won't keep an eye on City game. PAUL GORST 404
We're still looking for PERFECTION; klopp wants to take inspiration from 'most difficult challenge of my life' - and it wasn't the BARCA semi-final. IAN DOYLE Chief LFC Writer ian.doyle@trinitymirror.com @IANDOYLESPORT 698
What age should you let kids start wearing make-up? WITH AN INSISTENT TWEENAGE DAUGHTER, CLAIRE SPREADBURY ASKS AN EXPERT WHEN IT'S OK FOR BEAUTY RITUALS TO BEGIN. CLAIRE SPREADBURY 1058
WHAT'S ON; Loads more to see and do around the city at liverpoolecho.co.uk/whatson. 1289
When Blues saw RED over derby ref; atkinson appointment rekindles rodwell memories. SAM CARROLL ECHO Reporter sam.carroll@reachplc.com @samcarroll0 385
Your Poem. 197

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