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Articles from South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales) (December 2, 2002)

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`Here to Help' campaign begins. 253
`MY LIFE AS A CYBORG' South Wales professor has implant for three months. 376
`Rob Peter to pay Paul' plan on hold; Council does U-turn over funding review. 309
`Sadism' man gets life for beach attack. 394
A welcome crackdown. 140
About this day Monday December 2: This day in history. 91
Alleyway robbery in city. 153
Assembly backing school merger plan. 281
Badminton: Syah nets another Welsh title. 347
Boxing: New foe for Calzaghe. 129
Boxing: Robinson provides renewed fight. 187
Burrell `received threats to family'. 227
Bus users to voice concerns. 167
Christmas ban for city centre rowdies. 517
Christmas clampdown on trouble-makers. 120
CHRISTMAS CLAMPDOWN; Police promise to ban trouble-makers from city centre in run-up to seasonal festivities. 120
Concern grows for missing man. 111
Controversial funding for schools shake-up on hold. 301
Cricket: Fletcher demands a county shake-up. 671
Cricket: Harmison and Key win call-ups. 314
Decision due on hospital's future; Asylum centre `less likely'. 372
Do you remember? 102
Doubts at plans to save rural PO. 337
Drive-through burger plans to be opposed. 315
Family announcements: Day was a dream come true for pair. 328
Family announcements: The death of... 93
Films on the way. 131
Firefighters back on job. 118
Football: 'Keeper set to field questions. 218
Football: Bellamy's `massive' contribution to win. 491
Football: Bluebirds scouts see Margate beaten again; CARDIFF City scouts saw Margate crash to a second Conference defeat in a week, losing 2-1 away to leaders Yeovil,. 237
Football: Division Two round-up: Roberts goal sends Wigan back to top. 313
Football: Liverpool boss defiant after defeat. 203
Football: Nugent can't see Cardiff following his side's example. 459
Football: Price sees red, but Martyrs hang on; Gloucester City................0 Merthyr Tydfil..................0. 260
Football: Robins bid to close gap on City. 177
Football: Sad Sav shouldn't be blamed - Hartson. 494
Football: Shephard prevents replay; Newport County..............2 Epsom & Ewell................1. 207
Football: Under-19s have to settle for a draw. 106
Football: Welsh League: Milford fail to find safe Haven as Ton hit nine. 212
Football: Welsh Premiership: Barry keep pace with leaders TNS. 289
Football: YOU AIN'T SEEN NOTHIN' YET; Hamilton determined to show his manager just what he's capable of. 650
Football: Youth's tough test. 232
Golf: Dodd slips up as Jacobsen takes crown. 327
Hall date for Van the Man. 140
Helping to stall crime. 135
Hospice helped in hour of need. 328
Ice Hockey: Devils form goes up in smoke at Flames. 444
Jeweller launches charity appeal. 176
Joshua's artistic gift for Cherie. 180
Knifeman is a danger to public, claim; Woman fought for life on her doorstep. 347
Letter: Comments are ill-informed and outrageous. 162
Letter: Freedom threatened. 252
Letter: Sweet & sour. 89
Letter: Talk to the strikers and learn more. 222
Letter: Will assembly admit mistakes? 116
LIFE FOR `SEXUAL SADIST' Man described as `a grave danger to all women'. 90
Lifeboats battle channel gales. 162
Live review: Nickelback, Cardiff International Arena. 168
Medical centre plans look a lot healthier. 235
More fire strikes to follow? 108
Outspoken SCOTTY on the big issues: Krige shows up failing system; Cardiff legend John Scott gives his verdict on the Welsh rugby scene... 677
Police appeal after burglary. 80
Police seeking sneak conman. 160
Police to hand out safety cards. 133
Political focus: Evans flies out to meet with Yasser Arafat. 161
Political focus: Minimise B&B usage, assembly tells councils. 367
Political focus: MPs to meet school's council. 110
Political focus: pounds 51m boost for housing in Wales. 105
Racing: Gold on course. 114
Racing: HOT OFF THE TRACK: Red Marauder in comeback. 119
Racing: Passion set to oblige punters. 566
Racing: Pearl misses Punchestown. 162
Racing: Royal injury blow. 159
Rail bid deadline signalled. 105
Readers' Champion. 222
Reserve engines join Army fire crews. 223
Richard plumbs to the heights. 162
Rowan sworn in today. 152
RUGBY UNION: Barnes bounces in to boost fightback. 493
RUGBY UNION: Dawson a major fitness worry. 106
RUGBY UNION: Day to remember as Cardiff strike gold; EDINBURGH.....22 CARDIFF......2 6. 1897
RUGBY UNION: FIXTURE CHAOS. 509
RUGBY UNION: FIXTURE CHAOS. 435
RUGBY UNION: Home final acts as extra incentive. 236
RUGBY UNION: PRINCIPALITY CUP: Rowley puts one over mate. 565
RUGBY UNION: Quote unquote. 543
RUGBY UNION: Skipper demands Cup backlash. 268
RUGBY UNION: Warriors pay the price for failure of final assault; GLasgow....17 ULster....20. 298
RUGBY UNION: Wasps sting leaves Davies depressed. 326
RUGBY UNION: Williams' warning for jubilant Cardiff. 710
Samuel wins the day with his poster for calendar. 188
School sparkles in clean-up project. 303
Scouts looking for new leaders. 90
Shape up and you could win a fabulous holiday! 309
Stars' charity golf day's a fairway to help research. 200
Start of the week: `Scientific' injustice. 490
State of the Nation II: `DON'T BOMB IRAQ'. 107
State of the Nation II: Anonymous critics of National Assembly. 155
State of the Nation II: ASSEMBLY IS MEANINGLESS; IN the last special report from our State of the Nation survey we look at what our answers tell us about our attitudes to politicians. 474
State of the Nation II: Blair fails to impress over essential public services. 364
State of the Nation II: INDECISION OVER NEXT ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS. 210
State of the Nation II: State of the Nation II The findings at a glance... 122
State of the Nation II: World has changed forever. 135
Such good dedication. 84
Tennis: Win ``better than sex''. 139
Time and Money The two things you are most short of: Q&A with Simon Rowles of Weston Financial Group. 122
Time and Money The two things you are most short of: Women keeping up with Bridget Jones. 471
Vinnie's a hard man to dislike. 264
Vinnie's a hard man to dislike; Rosie keeps him on a short lead. 366
WIN! pounds 500 WITH YOUR ECHO. 113
Youngsters invited to mark Aids Day; OVER 200 CARS IN EVERY SALE. 303

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