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2014/04/16 20:18
2014/04/16 20:18
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One of these young people will be the Mirror’s voice for first-time voters in the 2015 General Election in a paid apprenticeship set up with think-tank British Future before the winner is chosen on...
2014/04/16 20:18
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2014/04/15 19:16
2014/04/15 19:16
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Local athletes on the bill for the upcoming Cage Warriors event at the ECHO Arena visited Liverpool John Moores University today for scans to check their health and fitness. PhD student Ben Crighton...
2014/04/15 07:17
2014/04/15 07:17
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Sales of e-cigarettes have tripled in the past three years after they were hailed as a safer alternative to regular smoking. But perhaps they pose a more immediate danger than lung disease and...
2014/04/13 19:16
2014/04/13 19:16
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Family and friends of a Liverpool FC fan from Leeds who went missing in Merseyside six weeks ago gathered in the city to appeal for help finding him. The last confirmed sighting of Aamir Qudeer was...
2014/04/10 16:16
2014/04/10 16:16
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Merseyside universities have been urged by a union to reveal the reasons behind “secretive” pay rises awarded to their bosses. The University and College Union (UCU) said the University of Liverpool,...
2014/04/10 15:17
2014/04/10 15:17
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BORN in Scotland but brought up in Liverpool, Stuart Sutcliffe was an art school friend of John Lennon and the original bass player in The Beatles. He died of a brain haemorrhage aged just...
2014/04/09 11:04
2014/04/09 11:04
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Once again the Walker Art Gallery brings a fascinating array of approaches to one of art's most traditional mediums when the John Moores Painting Prize opens from 5 July to 30 November 2014, as part...
2014/04/07 22:30
2014/04/07 22:30
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Julie King is the new head coach of the women’s soccer program at Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU). King is the current technical director of the Fraser Valley Football Club in Langley, and has...
2014/04/04 18:21
2014/04/04 18:21
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... universe hasn't lived up to expectations': Astronomers disappointed after discovering cosmos is as 'flat as Holland' Astronomers studied the distribution of hot gas associated with galaxy...
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2014/04/04 13:08
2014/04/04 13:08
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2014/04/04 06:38
2014/04/04 06:38
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Jesus Christ was crucified with wrists above head? London, April 4 : This discovery may leave many artworks showing the crucifixion of Jesus Christ inaccurate. According to researchers, the Shroud of...
2014/04/04 06:16
2014/04/04 06:16
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Businesses and major organisations in Merseyside took time out to take part in an event to inspire the “employees of the future”. Companies, including ECHO publisher Trinity Mirror, came together...
2014/04/03 07:17
2014/04/03 07:17
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Shortly after the Coalition came to power, the minister for universities and science, David Willetts, urged students who couldn’t find a traditional job on graduation to start their own business...
2014/04/02 13:23
2014/04/02 13:23
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Launching a consultation, Welsh Health Minister Mark Drakeford said: "e-cigarettes contain nicotine, which is highly addictive, and I want to minimise the risk of a new generation becoming addicted to...
2014/04/01 22:18
2014/04/01 22:18
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Daniel Sturridge says Liverpool’s players are desperate to win the Premier League for Steven Gerrard. A League winner’s medal is the only club honour missing after Gerrard’s stellar 16-year career...
2014/04/01 19:16
2014/04/01 19:16
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Kevin Keegan said Liverpool FC had been restored "to a team really worth watching". The ex-LFC player and England manager told the ECHO he was excited to see his former club challenging for the...
2014/04/01 18:17
2014/04/01 18:17
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We round up the year's best and worst April Fools' hoaxes. A baby kangaroo, a scene from Google's Pokemon stunt and some Lamingtons. Australia didn't steal this one thing They took Phar Lap. Fred...
2014/03/31 12:39
2014/03/31 12:39
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It's long been know that microbes are to blame for food going off and becoming rotten but in the late 1970's, Dan Janzen of the University of Pennsylvania, and a winner of ecology's version of the...
2014/03/31 05:17
2014/03/31 05:17
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Children in Liverpool are puffing on e-cigarettes and even taking them to school, a new report reveals. Today, in response, its authors warned that the devices were becoming a “prominent” part of...
2014/03/29 22:16
2014/03/29 22:16
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New plans to force chippies to serve their grub on plates with cutlery have drawn a huge response from Sunday ECHO readers. In a bid to reduce littering, chippies and takeaways with outdoor seating...
2014/04/16 20:18
2014/04/16 20:18
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