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Fans dig deep for Benedict

Fans dig deep for Benedict

A MERSEYSIDE woman is appealing to football supporters to help give her autistic nephew a normal life. Christine Moore has been collecting money from Everton fans outside Goodison Park to send the three-year-old to a special school in America. Independent Christine, from Clent G
January 17, 1998 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Reporl backs post plan

Reporl backs post plan

By Barry Turnbull A REPORT backing plans to keep postal services in Liverpool won city council backing today. Council leader Frank Prendergast said the document proved building a new centre at Speke instead of Warrington was the better option. Consultants examined the case for s
January 17, 1998 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Jobs switch to Manchester sparks anger

Jobs switch to Manchester sparks anger

May 25, 1998 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
A WOMAN has told how - a rock smashed through an open train window narrowly missing her young daughter and

A WOMAN has told how - a rock smashed through an open train window narrowly missing her young daughter and

a friend. Mary Birchall and her friend Karen Heaney were on their way back to _Merton after a day out in Southport with their four-year-old daughters Hose and Rachel when the incident happened. Supermarket worker Mary said: "We were between Formby and Hightown when I turned roun
May 25, 1998 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Adams in appeal to splinter groups

Adams in appeal to splinter groups

May 25, 1998 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Why worldly words are agony

Why worldly words are agony

APROBLEM shared is a problem halved which is why so many people write each week to our agony aunt Wendy Allen, for advice on how to deal with a variety of difficulties, be they emotional, physical or practical. She is always frank and never shocked, which makes worldly wise Wend
May 25, 1998 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Unions deal is fair, says MP

Unions deal is fair, says MP

GARSTON MP Maria Eagle has hit back at trade union condemnation of the government's Fairness at Work proposals. Miss Eagle hit out after TUC general secretary John Monks slammed the plans 'for requiring a threshold of 40% support from a workforce before union recognition is gran
May 25, 1998 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Liverpool Echo, Monday, May 25, 1998 11 Firm bids to supply food for England team's World Cup hotel kebabs to

Liverpool Echo, Monday, May 25, 1998 11 Firm bids to supply food for England team's World Cup hotel kebabs to

make sure Gazza hotel when he learned the feels at home. We already England team were to be provide a lot of hotels in guests and was pleased to Europe with British food, receive an invitation to visit because many of the UK with samples. holidaymakers prefer it that He added: "
May 25, 1998 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
3' a ILII 10

3' a ILII 10

3' 10 MEMBERS NOTICE BANK HOL MONDAY MUSIC FESTIVAL ALL DAY Local bands playing all day Plus Beer promotions @ Ol5 THE O 9 3 ONE 4 -1-749 X Fleet St. Llyerpool Free Membership ;UPI ..=. IS CLUE 212 Lower Breck Rd L 6 Presents Tomorrow Tues 26th SMC SHOWCASE dmwit acts on stable F
May 25, 1998 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England