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6 September 1999 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
WEATHER report FORECAST AND OUTLOOK U FOR 24 HOURS FROM 4PM TOO, Tonight: Western England and will be cloudy with

WEATHER report FORECAST AND OUTLOOK U FOR 24 HOURS FROM 4PM TOO, Tonight: Western England and will be cloudy with

heavy showers, towards morning there should be sc breaks in the cloud. Western Scotli ( and Northern Ireland will beco A largely dry with broken cloud. East Scotland will have rain for a time. rest of England will have a clear s but cloud will thicken bringing rain. Tomorrow: So
6 September 1999 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
300,000 turn out to make it a record hot air show

300,000 turn out to make it a record hot air show

ORGANISERS of the Southport Air show were on cloud nine today celebrating their most successful event. There were 100,000 more visitors to the show than the previous record - 300,000 people in all. The crowds baked in the sunshine while enjoying the spectacular sights of a Lanca
6 September 1999 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Six years for raider pinned to ceiling by security screen

Six years for raider pinned to ceiling by security screen

A LIVERPOOL robber was pinned to the ceiling by a security shutter as he tried to hold up a building society. Michael Byrne, who was jailed for six years, threatened staff at the Principality Building Society in Chester city centre, with a knife before one of them triggered a sc
6 September 1999 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Poop scoop

Poop scoop

A GROUP of Wirral councillors are to lead by example in their campaign against dog-fouling. Councillors Dennis Knowles, Gordon Paterson, John Cocker and Pat Hackett are to spend a morning helping to clean up Central Park, Wallasey. The idea is intended to encourage owners to be
6 September 1999 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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6 September 1999 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
By JANE GALLAGHER

By JANE GALLAGHER

4,300 members whose allergic reaction to food such as nuts and insect venom can be fatal. In total over ten million people in Britain suffer from an allergy and this week the BB(' has devoted two special programmes to the phenomenon. It is a programme Anne-Marie Cross of N'avert
6 September 1999 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
King's charity ransom By Richard Elias THE Liverpoolbased King's Regiment is to take part in a number of fundraising events.

King's charity ransom By Richard Elias THE Liverpoolbased King's Regiment is to take part in a number of fundraising events.

Entitled Exercise King's Challenge, The programme of charity projects, called Exercise King's Challenge, will be spread over the fortnight September 13 to 27. Commanding Officer Lt Oil Bob Barnes said: "The operation has a number of aims. Firstly it is an excellent opportunity f
6 September 1999 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
E. H. ROBERTS Funeral Directors

E. H. ROBERTS Funeral Directors

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6 September 1999 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
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6 September 1999 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England