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Articles from Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England) (August 28, 2021)

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'I am overwhelmed by the generosity of the Liverpool people' donations pour into charity to help afghan refugees. LIAM THORP ECHO reporter liam.thorp@trinitymirror.com @LIAMTHORPECHO 383
'Nobody thinks we're the best - and that's good' KLOPP CONTENT TO FLY UNDER RADAR. IAN DOYLE Chief LFC Writer ian.doyle@reachplc.com @IANDOYLESPORT 368
'The scale of the offending is breathtaking in its wickedness' carer stole PS22k from two women in their 90s. LUKE TRAYNOR Chief Reporter luke.traynor@trinitymirror.com @LUKETRAYNORECHO 494
100% start isn't magic says Potter. 338
A heart of gold; As the Paralympics get under way in Tokyo, MARION MCMULLEN looks at the pioneering doctor hailed as the father of the Games. MARION MCMULLEN 889
A TALE OF TWO BOSSES; BLUES COME UP AGAINST THE MANAGER MANY FANS WANTED ... BUT MAYBE, SAYS CHRIS BEESLEY, BENITEZ WAS THE ONE THE CLUB NEEDED. 1080
Afghanistan destined to be 'footnote' 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. 592
Bar granted later licence despite fears over brawls. GEORGE MORGAN ECHO reporter george.morgan@trinitymirror.com @GMORG01 443
BEAUTY BUZZ; THE LATEST PRODUCTS & GLAMOUR GOSSIP. 234
Bebington back with huge medal haul in Long Course; SWIMMING sport@liverpool.com WITH JOE COY. WITH JOE COY 298
Best of ENEMIES; TUCHEL'S ARRIVAL HAS REKINDLED REDS' RIVALRY WITH CHELSEA, SAYS CARRAGHER. PAUL GORST and IAN DOYLE 708
Blues linked with Rodriguez swap deal for winger Diaz. 221
Cannabis dealer hid PS27,000 in airing cupboard; dad who sold 'joker the grower' jailed for almost three years. JOE THOMAS Crime Reporter joe.thomas@reachplc.com @joe_thomas18 448
City mayor 'appalled' but 'powerless' to stop arms convention; controversial event will go ahead. LIAM THORP Political editor liam.thorp@reachplc.com @LIAMTHORPECHO 617
City's cinema scenes. Stephen Guy MERSEYSIDE TALES 494
Clash will give us a clue to play-off contenders' form. JOHN LAWLESS SCRUMS DOWN ON THE RUGBY LEAGUE SCENE 352
Council act after child's park trauma; NEWS WIRE. 212
Dad of 10 part of car theft gang who travelled in convoy to steal high-value cars; JAILED FOR HIS ROLE AS DRIVER IN 'SOPHISTICATED' OPERATION. LAUREN WISE ECHO Reporter lauren.wise@reachplc.com @Laurenwise 489
Deals still in pipeline ahead of deadline. 347
Death toll rises after Kabul suicide horror. 451
Deja BLUE ... but little chance of history repeating; BRANTHWAITE IS COOL AND CLASSY BUT HE'LL HAVE TO BE PATIENT - UNLIKE STONES. Phil Kirkbride..WITH THE INSIDE TRACK FROM GOODISON ROYAL BLUE @philkechophil.kirkbride@reachplc.com 931
Don't get obsessed with Lukaku, Reds boss warns his defenders. 324
Eco buses on way to region. 397
Fair play to Leigh for taking fight to Saints. JOHN LAWLESS SCRUMS DOWN ON THE RUGBY LEAGUE SCENE 511
Filming of The Curse on city street; NEWS WIRE. 205
Finnigan's delight at victory. 201
Flagship electronic music conference back in city. Conference news 183
Florrie Fest returns with live music and attractions; up-and-coming talent on show for city fundraiser. PATRICK GRAHAM ECHO Reporter patrick.graham@reachplc.com @blackoutp_ 315
Former vice-chancellor guilty of corruption. 214
Fruits of your labour; SUMMER RASPBERRIES MIGHT BE NEARLY FINISHED, BUT TO ENSURE A BUMPER CROP NEXT YEAR, NOW IS THE TIME TO TIDY UP AND GET PRUNING. ALAN TITCHMARSH Gardening Expert 633
FSG caught between fans' dreams and harsh reality. Ian Doyle.WITH THE INSIDE TRACK FROM ANFIELD ian.doyle@reachplc.com BLOOD RED @IANDOYLESPORT 686
Funeral for Radio City founder; NEWS WIRE. 162
Glorious bank holiday forecast. 241
Home's Covid practices found to be unsafe; orton house criticised. GEORGE MORGAN Local Democracy Reporter george.morgan@reachplc.com @GMORG01 413
How much of a part did luck play for Fab Four? MY CITY. 280
I won't let our spirits drop, insists Mellon. BEN REARDON Sports Reporter sport@liverpool.com @LIVECHOSPORT 230
Is this what offices will look like in the future? THE MULTIVERSE IS ON THE HORIZON, AS FACEBOOK LAUNCHES VIRTUAL REALITY WORKROOMS. JUSTIN CONNOLLY Technology Editor 518
It's Mutasaabeq's Celebration and Judicial in the Bullet. 853
Kabul evacuation enters final hours. 535
LOST TRIBES The People's Memories. Ken Rogers 428
MASTERMINDS. 577
Mum whose 'caring' daughter never came home issues safety plea; warning to those travelling to creamfields over dangers. BEN ROBERTS-HASLAM ECHO Reporter Benjamin.Haslam@reachplc.com @@benhaslm 672
Pawsome new mural to Guide Dog charity. LISA RAND ECHO Reporter lisa.rand@trinitymirror.com @lisarandonline 399
Queen Elizabeth liner's grand return to city. 176
QUICK QUIZ. 166
RUSSELL GRANT. 1171
Salon owner led anti-lockdown protest in city; absent defendant hit with PS13k fine. KATE LALLY & LAUREN WISE Senior District Reporter kate.lally@trinitymirror.com @katelallyx 344
Sport saved me after my accident .. it gave me my confidence; Paralympian long-jumper and runner Stef Reid tells ABI JACKSON about her athletics journey and why she's on a mission to stop girls from quitting sports. ABI JACKSON 719
SPOTLIGHT ON. 219
Stephen's story has innate drama... would the racist murderers get away with it? DANIELLE DE WOLFE SPEAKS TO HUGH QUARSHIE ABOUT REPRISING THE ROLE OF STEPHEN LAWRENCE'S FATHER FOR ITV STEPHEN ITV, Monday, 9pm. 1009
Struggling care home to be closed; INCIDENTS INCLUDED DEATH OF RESIDENT WHO CHOKED ON INCONTINENCE PAD. JONATHAN HUMPHRIES ECHO reporter jonathan.humphries@trinitymirror.com @JHUMPHRIESECHO 508
TALES FROM THE PAST. Tom Slemen 420
TECH THAT; the latest in the digital world. 368
the phrase mid-life crisis can feel like a negative... I've been loving mine; Former Cabinet minister and Strictly star Ed Balls talks to HANNAH STEPHENSON about his foodie memoir and enjoying life post-politics. 1363
the world has changed... It's nice having a team of women being really kind to each other; AS BACK TO LIFE RETURNS. CREATOR AND STAR DAISY HAGGARD TALKS TO GEORGIA HUMPHREYS ABOUT SERIES TWO AND THE JOY OF HAVING WOMEN IN CHARGE ON SET. GEORGIA HUMPHREYS 993
TOP SEEDS; how ian broudie's band created a timeless football anthem Sowing the Seeds of a classic. 860
TRAVEL News and information. 194
TRENDING. 389
Trust's plea to obey Covid rules; HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS INCREASE. LIAM THORP Political editor liam.thorp@trinitymirror.com @LIAMTHORPECHO 375
UNDER THE HAMMER. Mike Litherland 395
We won't be forced to sell Richarlison, insists Blues boss; EVERTON v SOUTHAMPTON, today, 3pm BENITEZ '99.9% CERTAIN' FORWARD WON'T BE MOVING. PHIL KIRKBRIDE Everton FC reporter philip.kirkbride@reachplc.com @PHILKECHO 325
Why the 'Greek Scouser' took his time to settle in; I LEARNED WHAT KLOPP WANTS, SAYS TSIMIKAS. IAN DOYLE Chief LFC Writer ian.doyle@reachplc.com @IAN DOYLESport 326
Young gym owner up for award in Enterprise; THE ZONE FITNESS CENTRE DOUBLED CLIENTS FOUR MONTHS AFTER OPENING. DANNI KING ECHO Correspondent news@liverpool.com @LIVECHONEWS 525

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