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• Ready for home ... the crew of the Prince Albert looking happy today

• Ready for home ... the crew of the Prince Albert looking happy today

the vessel have been proposed by the owner, George Khanenko. ITF official Tommy Molloy today took them a parting gift of 1310,000. He said: "They have received no wages since boarding what is little more than a slave ship and we could not let them go home without anything. "The
12 August 1999 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
8 Liverpool Echo, Thursday, August 12, 1999 rStan, 71, is all ship-shape as he prepares for voyage to Africa f

8 Liverpool Echo, Thursday, August 12, 1999 rStan, 71, is all ship-shape as he prepares for voyage to Africa f

• 1 ~.. 0 *„,.. a 1 i 3 • Call of the sea ... Stanley, above, who will be chief purser on the Logos 11. Left: The old Logos which was grounded and sank in the Beagle Channel in 1988
12 August 1999 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Football fans

Football fans

demand action A NEW football pressure group has calling for an independent ombudsman to regulate the game. The Coalition of Football Supporters (CoFS), which comprises the two main supporter bodies and 100 local groups, was launching a campaign for the democratisation of footbal
12 August 1999 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
MP angry at tactics of gold campaign

MP angry at tactics of gold campaign

A POLITICAL pressure group has used the names of dozens of Merseysiders for their cam- without paign permission Speaker of the House of Commons Betty Boothroyd has now asked parliament's Sergeant at Arms Peter Jennings to investigate Hold Onto Our Gold. a campaign group lobbying
12 August 1999 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
COURTS • THE WIDESCREEN TV SPECIAI ISTS

COURTS • THE WIDESCREEN TV SPECIAI ISTS

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12 August 1999 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 

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C.A.B GAVE ME MY LIFE BACK • THE CAB in Liverpool city centre desperately needs to raise £50,000 by the beginning of September. • If not, it will be forced to close when its current lease in Church Street expires.

C.A.B GAVE ME MY LIFE BACK • THE CAB in Liverpool city centre desperately needs to raise £50,000 by the beginning of September. • If not, it will be forced to close when its current lease in Church Street expires.

• Atthough it is now trying to raise funds for itself, the CAB has won back hundreds of thousands of pounds of lost benefits for its clients. • Here we meet a man who was almost £19,000 better off after the CAB stepped in to help him. ONE disabled man who turned to the CAB for h
12 August 1999 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
By Malcolm Handley

By Malcolm Handley

Hungarian-speaking village of Nyaradszentlszlo-Sinvasii but moved to the West during the 1956 uprising. Dr Zsigmond, who also serves as the Honorary Consul in Liverpool for Hungary, said: "It was estimated at that time to need around £15,000, and after some hesitation I began to
12 August 1999 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
0800 71 9000 LIGHT COMMERCIAL VEHICLES NEON

0800 71 9000 LIGHT COMMERCIAL VEHICLES NEON

!it'PRICES lON THE ROADI ARE CCRRECT AT WE Of GONG TO NESS 7/7/99 OFFER MORAN TO VAT REGISTERED BUSINESSES lERCLUDING FLEET CUSTOMERS' UNTIL 30/9/99 MO IS SUBJECT TO VEHICLE AVAIAMITY BASED CLN 12 000 MILES PER ANNUM EXCESS MILEAGE CHARGES MAY AMY • •AN ADMINISTRATION FEE OF 565
12 August 1999 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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12 August 1999 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Industrial & Commercial Property Top firms cotton on

Industrial & Commercial Property Top firms cotton on

JONATHAN Kersh Commercial has revealed two prestigious deals in the office property market. A large mail order company has agreed terms to take five floors of space in the Cotton Exchange, while accountants Whitnalls has taken 5,500 sq ft. Jim Beasley, senior partner at Whitnall
12 August 1999 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England