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Articles from South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales) (May 4, 2002)

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`I want to be the next JK Rowling!'. 372
`IT WAS ONLY A BIT OF FUN' EXCLUSIVE: Charlotte hits back at critics after collecting THAT controversial award. 480
`Picnic' jibe lands judge in hot water. 310
A vote for right or wrong; Faith in Focus. 531
bobdotcom: Bands as long as they're broad. 297
bobdotcom: BYTES & PCs. 380
bobdotcom: Good news and bad news. 253
bobdotcom: Keep your Options open and you can click at the double. 184
Boxing: Dazzo getting help from Naz. 127
Boxing: Lockett targeting a Russian rematch. 341
Boxing: New HQ ready to open for business. 108
Boy, 15, charged over crash death. 258
Concert kicks off the celebrations in style. 428
Cricket: Maynard breaks hand as Glamorgan slump. 480
CSA team will be at meeting. 126
Darts: Crunch game for Glamorgan. 141
eating in & eating out; Iguanas, Mill Lane, Cardiff. 384
Famous for 15 minutes...; They hit the headlines this week - but will they ever be seen again... ? 233
Fashion: Stars in stripes; Get rocking with the right stripes this summer. Stephen Johnson gets a vertical hold on this season's fine lines. 329
Fill up like Fiona. 910
Football: A week when it all went wrong for us. 495
Football: Alexander set for Scotland call-up. 196
Football: Barry set to face goal ace. 418
Football: CLEAROUT; Lawrence set for summer purge. 488
Football: Coleman delighted with Wales call-up. 530
Football: Strong City side to play Swansea. 348
Gardening: Questions answered. 209
Gardening: Top tips. 88
Gardening: Wood you believe it?; Summer is just around the corner and as thoughts turn to long lazy nights in the garden, Janice Casault takes a look at the benefits of wooden furniture. 823
Girl, 16, missing. 101
Grand designs on opera; Designer Robert Innes Hopkins has drawn on the fashion sense of yesteryear's world stars as the inspiration for the new WNO production. He lets Jenny Longhurst into the secrets of his success. 700
Healt & Beauty: Travel light. 519
Inquiry suspended. 115
IS IT REALLY WORTH IT?; We dream of sunshine and beaches. What we usually get is downpours and brollies. As we prepare for another May Bank Holiday weekend, Rebecca Lees asks... 545
Landlords shun usual pub fare for ostrich eggs. 248
Letter: Botham deserved more star support. 184
Letter: Something wrong down Grangetown. 108
Letter: Sweet & sour. 80
Letter: Sweet & sour. 100
Letter: Time to have debate on transport. 230
Lord Callaghan's praise for `fighter' Castle. 217
Man was assaulted in home. 95
One2One in bid for mast. 354
Pensioner attacked. 150
Professor's research into CJD led to breakthrough; The death of... ...Professor Francis Owen, pioneer of treatment into Creutzfeldt Jakob Disease, aged 60 years. He his survived by his wife, Helen, and 19-year-old son, Richard. 487
Pupils test out road skills. 115
Rugby Union: All Whites out to spoil party; Expert view on the BIG rugby issues. 589
Rugby Union: Cardiff aim to finish what they started. 558
Rugby Union: Lane late try snatches victory for Newport. 288
Rugby Union: Pontypridd run out of steam at The Gnoll. 869
Rugby Union: Scarlets' title hopes are dented. 263
Sell-out show could raise pounds 1,000 for appeal. 169
Snooker: Maximum 147 is the wrong number. 254
Stars back in action. 126
Stephanie's our winner. 161
That was the week...; A light-hearted look back at the week at home, away... and a few places in between. 463
The Big Interview: Gunner be a star; TV presenter, actress, model and Arsenal fan. As many Chelsea supporters might say - three out of four ain't bad. But, as Jo Manning discovered, Lisa Rogers ain't bad either. 2006
The BIG Interview: Nicko glad to share Londoners' day out; PETER NICHOLAS. 497
They said it! 153
To y ' s topping The Bill!; Tony Scannell shot to fame as The Bill's Ted Roach. Jenny Longhurst catches up with the actor still instantly recognised by millions years after he left the long-running drama. 745
Trouble `not expected' KICK OUT THE YOBS. 166
WHY WE LOVE BARRY! (...and we don't mean the Island); IT just wouldn't be trendy to like Barry Manilow... would it? On the eve of his sell-out Cardiff concerts, we talk to Barry fans who just can't get enough of the singer, and ask just what is it about him that prompts such hero worship? 953

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