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Articles from South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales) (December 1, 2001)

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''WE'RE THE CHRISTIAN VERSION OF HEAR'SAY!' . . . but the real band are in town, too - and they're bringing their mates! 808
'GEORGE FELT LIKE FAMILY' Tears of a Bootleg Beatle on eve of Cardiff gig. 1165
'LAUGH? I THOUGHT THEY'D NEVER START!' As a new comedy club prepares to open in Cardiff, reporter GEMMA WILLIAMS went along for a masterclass in the fine art of making 'em laugh. . . 1084
America's problem - not ours! 158
Another great club offer; Gardening. 157
Arsonists targeting derelict properties. 301
Bar is home from home. 121
Bench days may not be over for Fowler, warns O'Leary. 385
Big chance for O'Sullivan. 127
Bobby set to dazzle darts fans yet again. 173
Bridgend man is jailed for murder. 260
Business is booming - but not in the Principality; TALKIN' rugby. 520
Call made to sixth forms. 122
Calzaghe is the favourite. 107
Christmas at home; homefront: Living in style. 596
Close - but same story for Newport; Leinster 34 Newport 22. 487
Cobras out to sting. 89
Come and meet Jenny. 103
Confronting the Christmas story; Faith in focus. 468
Cook is made to wait for his licence. 129
Devils targeting two new players. 586
Devils want 'Deadly Doug' back in the fold. 393
Double defeat for Bridgend men's hockey firsts. 348
Drink up!; Seasonal bargains. 290
Eagle drops in at Eugene Cross Park; EBBWVALE rfc. 519
Eastern Valley lead the way in Welsh team event. 328
eating in & eating out; Gilby's, Old Port Road, Culverhouse Cross, Cardiff. 387
England tuning up for first Test clash. 601
Everybody's crazy about a sharp dressed man; Fashion: Whether it's a posh party, or you just fancy making some heads turn while you're out on the town, the tuxedo is an essential item this festive season. Jo Manning has fun looking into the options. 596
Fabulous prizes to be won in our short story competition. 362
Family of man killed at work 'disgusted' by pounds 500,000 fine. 367
Famous for 15 minutes. . .; They hit the headlines this week - but will they ever be seen again. . . ? 275
Feed the birdies; Gardening advice with Janice Casault of Wenvoe-based StyleGardens. 666
fisheries news; TIGHT LINES TALKIN' fishing. 155
Five-star Sully hit the second round; AROUND THE GREENS TALKIN' bowls. 422
Forget Fowler, urges Clark. 493
Former Bluebirds targets looking to sting with the Bees. 219
Former City star Dai starts again at Well; Welsh League. 579
Former rugby stars turn out in force for charity match at Pontypool. 493
France on their way to Davis Cup success. 219
Gardiner makes a protest. 142
Getting a little pie-eyed. 471
Gibbins heaps praise on his homeless Crows. 335
Gifts for him; What will you buy for the man in your life this year? A little something from this round-up of pressies with men in mind, could bring a special smile to his face on Christmas Day - and beyond. . . 832
Gifts stolen. 103
Giles calls for changes to City management team. 339
Gloriously muddy night for races at the CIA! 200
Hammam appeals to City fans to find Leon a home. 392
Hammam gearing up for Premiership Two. 428
HENRY MUST TAKE BLAME; His plans demanded a level of foresight that verged on crystal ball gazing - Johnson. 506
HIV CASES IN WALES TRIPLE; Biggest rise is among heterosexuals. 352
Hot streak takes Bjornstad clear at the top. 294
Howells gets back to the old routine. 799
Hunt for sick thug who killed puppy; EXCLUSIVE. 435
Hussain says never again after verdict. 242
I'VE LEARNED MY LESSON; EXCLUSIVE: Interview with City's fallen idol. 545
IIt's not raining men for Geri look-a-like Lisa! 431
Inspector Carroll is new on the Welsh Area Council beat. 84
Jak throws doors open. 135
Jones returns to Sardis Road. 268
Keeping up with the Ponty Joneses. 207
Kylie's bubble bursts; Life & Soul. 102
League review is welcomed. 129
Leon can't go on wasting his opportunities. 512
Lewis leaves Merthyr on the best of terms; Dr MartensLeague. 355
Lockett ready to pick some bigger pockets. 388
Made up for Christmas; Health & Beauty. 481
Mashed; Life & Soul. 104
Morgan's happy to be fit after injury double. 723
Mountain man turns in peak performance. 562
New role for Atkins. 106
Noel heads home. 119
O'Sullivan follows his heart to land Irish coaching post. 372
Pam's People pair out on top with 36 score. 672
Penarth boys make it a clean sweep; TIGHT LINES TALKIN' fishing. 597
Perry blasts Blackpool boss McMahon. 397
Pitch standards have to improve - Brown. 401
Players on the way out - new coach in? 589
Police praised for stopping drug conspirators. 295
Pupils raise pounds 1,115. 131
Questions answered; Gardening. 203
Radyr find shooting boots to beat Westside; Macwhirter National Youth League. 418
Rallying together to cheer my son; STAR letter. 228
READY FOR BIG DAY; South Wales youngsters discover the true meaning of Christmas. 396
Reid hit by McCann transfer request. 172
Rugby progress hard to qualify; Expert view on the BIG rugby issues. 661
Rumney take a Tumble as West Walians move to the top of youth league. 349
Rumney's good form continues; Cardiff and District Junior League. 211
Saddler's trio inspires Civil; Macwhirter National Youth League. 85
Scott heading back north of border. 396
Scott is on his way - yet again. 145
Seaside ticket sale. 241
Sports auction. 158
Stadium streaker is struck off. 150
Stop having a go at Cork; YOUR LETTERS TALKIN' back. 113
Sunday is becoming a day for the Family. 421
Sweet & sour. 228
Team boss blasts Jones. 301
That was the week; A light-hearted look back at the week at home, away. . . and a few places in between. ek. . . 485
The Big Interview - When Wales were there; Echo sports reporter Rob Owen spoke to a couple of key players about a time when Wales had the world at their feet. 2045
The future looks good; Life & Soul: Alison Stokes talks to Sian Evans, lead singer of the hotly-tipped Kosheen, about her former wild child past and optimistic future. 804
The star connection Cilla Black. 215
There's a haunted look about Kidman. 288
They'd have preferred Barbados. . . but Cardiff was just great for a date. 605
Thomas is producing the goods for Ravens. 696
Top tips; Gardening. 110
Tough cup test as women face Pompey. 153
Town is ready for festive family fun. 261
Troedyrhiw BC fail to press home their advantage; Merthyr Simbec Junior League. 224
Turner can exploit any chinks in Armour. 157
Veteran Williams unable to lift gloom. 648
Welsh ambition central to Watkins; NEWPORT rfc. 744
What's new; Health & Beauty. 286
Williams dumped out by outside bet Perry. 441
Win a bite of chocolate heaven; The gastronomic giveaway. 198
Win an M&S Christmas hamper. 331
WINTER WONDERLAND PUT ON ICE; Council says 'sorry folks, we're not ready yet'. 605
Young drivers' contest. 146
Young weighs options. 283
Zimbabwe's a long way from home, Glenys. 106

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