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Articles from South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales) (July 26, 2002)

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`I am gutted. I've been here for 25 years - my friends are here and it's the only life I know.' Steelworkers got to work at ASW site for the last time. 501
`It will take years to get money back'. 301
A-level results under threat as strike looms. 550
A-level results under threat as strike looms. 567
A-level results under threat as strike looms. 703
A-level results under threat as strike looms. 526
Airbase scheme hits turbulence. 374
Application for homes. 220
Army `bullying was covered up'. 391
ART ATTACK BEGINS; Children get creative as School's Out summer of fun kicks off. 481
Assembly hits teacher targets. 125
Bag a bargain. 184
Big Cheese festival kicks off with a bang. 403
Boxing: It's ready steady for Cook in Euro shot. 319
Campaigners' Euro petition. 297
Cardiff for Capital of Culture 2008: Oxford's confident spires. 360
Cardiff for Capital of Culture 2008: Stadium threat to rivals. 159
Cardiff hotels hope for flights of fancy. 380
Charity abseil. 107
Charity appeal. 91
Charity concert. 81
Children's Gallery. 87
Cinema: Run of the Milla adventure combating a resident evil. 462
Clean-up operation to start next month. 276
Coal miners trapped in flooded shaft. 88
Commons Touch: Perfect heckle leads to victory over Tories. 396
Commonwealth Games 2002: Badminton: Badminton pair's date with the Duke. 227
Commonwealth Games 2002: Badminton: Morgan, Vaughan net easy victories. 379
Commonwealth Games 2002: Boxing: Good Evans on course. 162
Commonwealth Games 2002: Cycling: Kenyan's get saddled up. 98
Commonwealth Games 2002: Diving: Crowd roars divers to glory. 255
Commonwealth Games 2002: Games get off to a showpiece pounds 12m start. 937
Commonwealth Games 2002: Guest sent home after testing positive for drugs. 337
Commonwealth Games 2002: Hockey: Williams targets Canada. 309
Commonwealth Games 2002: James in bullish mood for medals. 349
Concerns over airport roads. 137
Contest events for fun. 111
Council under investigation. 259
Cricket: Glamorgan in clash with Scots. 83
Cricket: Hussain leads by example at Lord's. 435
Cricket: James runs sad Essex ragged with double ton. 455
Cricket: James runs sad Essex ragged with double ton. 445
Crime Focus: Crimestoppers... can you help? 232
Crime Focus: Don't forget to secure your shed this summer; crackdown - Pc Simon Rees, from the Vale of Glamorgan division. 289
Crime Focus: Mobile youth bus gets on the road. 299
Crime Focus: Safe & sound. 296
Cycling: Delighted Dario puts difficult days behind him. 288
DATE FOR WORK. 160
Dog rescued from fall down crevice. 243
Drive: Challenging times ahead for Land Rover. 340
Drive: In a Mitsubishi you really ride Shogun. 521
Drive: Look out for the 7 Series diesel. 262
Drive: Prices highest for UK drivers. 319
Drive: Putting you in the driving seat. 221
Drive: Putting you in the driving seat. 342
Europe cash saves charity. 313
EXAM STRIKE CHAOS LOOMS. 90
Explosives expert in bomb plot court case. 284
Family announcements: King fan takes his queen in rock'n'roll ceremony; The marriage of... 275
Firemen save Sooty in great bails of fire. 343
Flyposters leave trail. 376
Flyposters targeted. 161
Football: `Shaggy' solves his goals drought at last. 378
Football: Bluebirds target Green set for friendly run-out. 215
Football: Bowyer pondering future. 209
Football: Clark late show secures a share of the spoils; Wimborne Town 2, Newport County 2. 109
Football: Gazza given US cash warning. 239
Football: Gazza given US cash warning. 190
Football: Margetson hanging on for City deal. 239
Football: The OPPOSITION 11: CREWE ALEXANDRA. 231
Football: The real test for City comes at Motherwell; Berwick Rangers 0, Cardiff City 1. 874
Football: United head east. 89
Friday live: Carnival come back again; Are you feeling hot, hot, hot? Soca music is a mixture of calypso and soul and is the music of carniva,l Caribbean-style. Stephen Johnson catches up with top UK soca outfit Shango, who play Cardiff this weekend. 500
Friday live: Coming up - It's a Game of Halves for young Welsh dancers. 144
Friday live: friday diary. 234
Friday live: Route's reggae. 525
Friday live: shout out. 226
Friday live: Theatre - Ugly scenes at open air festival; When your baby is born ugly, it's nothing to make a song and dance about, but Daddy Drake Paul George disagrees as he tells Alison Stokes. 301
Friday live: Win a weekend at Reading. 256
Fundraising hero takes the plunge. 190
Get set for a heat wave. 90
Girls make waves with partying site. 264
Going wild in the Bay. 327
Golf: Dier's Dutch delight after a dream round. 611
Golf: Pontypridd youngster on course for a notable double. 243
Gourmet feast. 93
Hopefuls battle it out for film and TV stardom. 132
Hopefuls battle it out for film and TV stardom. 132
Iraq steps up nuclear bomb bid. 119
It's crunch time for city. 201
Kids get active. 95
Klan racism victim joins in police battle. 381
Last chance for bus passes. 136
Leading Article: Don't add to A-level worries. 159
Leading Article: Urgent need for link road. 136
Man dies in flat fire tragedy. 186
Man dies in flat fire tragedy. 274
Manics say they will keep on rocking. 242
MARKET REPORT. 116
Message to council: `Sort out our rubbish'. 398
Mixed fortunes for Valleys staff. 282
Morgan rejects demands for steel jobs debate. 258
Motor racing: Coulthard continues long association with McLaren. 482
N-ICE WORK. 369
N-ICE WORK. 354
NHS cash boost. 94
Old Brewery is chosen for bar. 103
Parrot's flying visit to venue. 552
Ping pong star serves a first. 340
Police station moves venue. 155
POPSTARS FLY TO BIG BUZZ; MAS carnival to liven up capital. 623
Public slipway in to the Bay opens. 215
Pupils get prospects boost. 176
Pupils go digging for architectural insight. 185
Pupils make a splash with arts fest. 150
Racing: King George waiting game. 685
Racing: Nayef to sparkle in Diamond Stakes. 456
Reader's letter: Ashamed by state of city. 175
Reader's letter: Council are responsible for rubbish. 194
Reader's letter: Council didn't drop litter. 316
Reader's letter: Disgusted by state of centre. 291
Reader's letter: People should have kept litter. 125
Reader's letter: Shame on our city streets. 131
Rivals lose out to legal eagles. 85
Rugby League: Just days left for ticket offer. 129
Rugby Union: Clapham joins the Scarlets. 218
Rugby Union: Fun at the Parade. 128
Rugby Union: New coach Young looks to Mold his Cardiff squad. 267
Rugby Union: SHAKE-UP; New plans to refresh Heineken qualification. 383
Rugby Union: Welsh League dates are finally revealed. 454
Rugby Union: Wizards ponder a radical move. 226
Scooby spooks in Bay fun tour. 80
Scouts go for gold with revamp grant. 281
SHOWDOGS TAKE ON A LEAD ROLE. 201
Six arrested in drugs raid. 100
Six injured in M25 petrol tanker crash. 114
Students demand graduate grants. 144
Summer activities on offer. 102
Surfers make waves in pub computer sessions. 215
Surfers make waves in pub IT sessions. 358
Take the Echo Litter Pledge. 147
TAXPAYERS PAY OUT AGAIN; Council admits amount over Hazelcroft investigation. 201
Tennis: South Wales ladies face the drop if they lose out. 235
The word from Ogmore: The Ministry of Spin. 483
Traders attack new Waterfront proposal. 396
View from the Vale: A league of their own. 430
Wannabe TV stars hope to make it big. 213
Water ski club celebrates 40th birthday. 154
Welsh keep the peace in Bosnia; As the soldiers of the 1st Battalion, Welsh Guards undertake their last foreign tour of duty before finally coming home to Wales, Echo reporter Tryst Williams joined them on patrol in war-ravaged Bosnia. 926
Your celebrations: Eva celebrates her 100th birthday. 230
Your celebrations: Fighting crime from Splott to Sarajevo. 448
Your celebrations: Surprise gift for teacher. 102
Your celebrations: You're a winner. 149

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