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Articles from South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales) (August 17, 2002)

1-87 out of 87 article(s)
Title Author Type Words
`Assembly has let us down'. 158
AM is backing ship campaign. 129
ASW bidders named as workers' wait goes on. 432
Athletics: Elias second in his heat. 106
Biker in crash. 93
bobdotcom: Parent's fears for child's safety. 353
bobdotcom: READERS' PROBLEMS - EXTRA. 175
bobdotcom: READERS' PROBLEMS. 356
bobdotcom: Wear your true colours. 120
Bottle attack ended a teenager's career. 519
Boxer in cruelty appeal. 191
Boxing: Bright future for Welsh boxing. 211
Boxing: GO, JOE; Calzaghe looks too strong for Jimenez. 505
Boxing: Takaloo wants his name up in lights. 582
Cartoon hero is cinema hit. 244
CENTRE IS GLO-ING!; Every room gets a free clean-up. 296
Cricket: Cardiff cricketers' date with Nasser. 269
Cricket: Pace duo help put Glam in command. 473
Cricket: Sully pursue Welsh Cup glory. 417
Dealer faces prison threat after rejecting drug course. 210
Drink up! Rise of riesling. 353
Eating in & eating out; Fruta Bomba, Mill Lane, Cardiff. 458
Faith in Focus: Acts of God or purely natural phenomena. 588
Family Announcements: Dancing proved Ronald's way to wife Anne's heart; The death of... ...RONALD Stewart Meyrick, who was born on July 10, 1922, and died at home in Llanrumney on July 25, 2002. He is survived by his second wife, Anne, daughters Laraine and Shirley, sons-in-law John and Jeff, nine grandchildren and one great-grandchild. 261
Fashion: Keeping an eye on trends and the trendy: Bohemian rhapsody; There's some frilling new styles at Next this autumn. Jenny Longhurst went in search of the gypsy in her soul. 368
Firm opens door for new jobs. 230
Food: Chill out on a sundae. 724
Food: Nice ice treats. 175
Food: Straight off the vine. 121
Food: The gastronomic giveaway; Win a TV with a British classic. 387
Football: Davies aims to earn his spurs. 241
Football: Johnson to put Baggies bust-up on hold for now. 317
Football: Lawrence to keep eye on City's Welsh stars. 294
Football: Martyn in line to challenge Jones. 368
Fun run appeal made to athletes. 185
Gardening: Plant now for spring colour. 722
Gardening: Questions answered. 140
Gardening: Top tips. 120
Guidelines: BOOKS; The Guide looks at the best sellers in entertainment in and out of the home. 224
Guidelines: CDs; The Guide looks at the best sellers in entertainment in and out of the home. 192
Guidelines: CINEMA; The Guide looks at the best sellers in entertainment in and out of the home. 207
Guidelines: COMPUTER GAMES; The Guide looks at the best sellers in entertainment in and out of the home. 293
Guidelines: Giveaways; The Guide looks at the best sellers in entertainment in and out of the home. 220
Guidelines: VIDEOS & DVDS; The Guide looks at the best sellers in entertainment in and out of the home. 163
Health & beauty: Cutting up rough. 484
Holly and Jessica: A countdown to tragedy. 453
Homefront: Living in style: Bo selector; There's a new revolution in furniture design sweeping Cardiff and it comes from Denmark. Alison Stokes checks out European lifestyle. 596
Ice Hockey: Mulvenna waits on Devils' new arrivals. 227
Knife edge. 88
Learning was passport out of the pits; IN THE week that students scored record breaking A-level results, DAN O'NEILL looks back on times when qualifications were few and far between. 730
Letter: Play spot the missing pigeon and win a tenner! 173
Letter: Reader's Letter. 89
Letter: Time to learn a valuable lesson letter. 226
Letter: Watercraft study due for the Bay. 158
Letter: We'll suffer if bus service is changed. 171
Manics to realise a dream of Cardiff gig. 422
Maria's hoping for win on TV. 252
Motivation is the key; If you need help turning your life around, Philippa Davies is a major player. Jenny Longhurst gets some life-coaching pointers. 779
Motor Cycling: Winn hoping for a wet ride. 218
Motor Racing: US drive holds no allure for Irvine. 388
One cool diva & soul; Life She's on a mission to bring opera to clubland. Alison Stokes talks to down-to-earth diva Shan Cothi. 739
Rape inquiry police make progress. 272
Rugby Union: `It'll be strange to go back so soon' Humph's surprise at early Arms Park return. 500
Rugby Union: Bath given more time to sign Bell. 274
Rugby Union: Gloucester inflict heavy punishment on poor Newport; Gloucester 51 Newport 15. 505
Shake-up in services defended by council. 237
Stir yourself to book your James Bond date. 292
Stolen credit cards were used in stores. 275
Take the Echo Litter Pledge. 147
Teen dies in train tragedy. 97
Tell us about collections. 160
That wasthe week...; A light-hearted look back at the week at home, away... and a few places in between. 394
The best of Saturday's TV. 335
The best of Sunday's TV. 306
The Big Interview: Still Madoc for it; Philip Madoc is an actor, a traveller, a dancer and a linguist who likes his life to be as full as possible. Jo Manning managed to pin down one of Wales' greatest character actors at his Hertfordshire home. 1900
They said it! 158
Thousands celebrate at Stadium. 349
TV star's big day. 84
Two arrested over murder of missing schoolgirls. 527
Waterways chief. 90
Win a date with a Romeo. 421
Win a sunshine holiday - with your bonny baby. 321
WIN pounds 1000 worth of Next fashion vouchers. 141
Woman claims: `I was framed' Grandmother denies burgling shop. 371
Work about to begin on Queen Street's new look; FACELIFT Work on improving Queen Street, Cardiff, will begin next week. 235

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