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Articles from South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales) (July 11, 2003)

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'I'M INNOCENT' Wales soccer star denies race charges. 268
`DEATH WAS ACCIDENTAL' Accused stepfather tells how he swung round and `felt contact'. 295
`Lisa's played her part in the house'. 392
`Raped, beaten' court claim. 213
`They ignore me' claims star Keira. 101
`Violence' fears of gay activists. 131
ALCOHOL LINKED TO MAN'S DEATH; Grieving mum's warning after loss of son. 334
Annual fair. 90
Annual fair. 89
AROMATIC ATTRACTIONS. 308
ARSENAL MELTDOWN; Surrendered firearms destroyed in police furnace. 197
ATTACKER HAD 'DROOPY EYES'. 362
Baseball: Gower have a field day. 280
Baseball: Title race is boiling up into a tight finish. 323
BATTLE TO SAVE VITAL SHORTCUT; Barry Island residents fight to keep steps. 296
BAY DEVELOPER DIES GIVING TALK. 297
Bay patrol. 91
Big Issue man dies. 99
Book a stall now for fair. 91
Bridgend pupils make the grade in record SAT tests. 258
Call for volunteers. 90
Calls for clean up. 115
Carnival promises to be MASsive. 123
Case NOTES: BREATH OF FRESH AIR. 393
Case NOTES: Diver's near-fatal error. 210
Case NOTES: Medicine drive risk. 94
Case NOTES: Stay all smiles... 80
Case NOTES: What is Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment? 111
CLAMPDOWN BEARS FRUIT; Frauds and fiddles are exposed in NHS. 309
Clinton buys a top spot. 92
Commons TOUCH: World poverty is our problem; Thirty thousand children die daily from preventable diseases, and one woman dies every minute in pregnancy and childbirth. 297
COUNCILLOR IN 'BITTER ROW' WITH LEADER. 265
Cricket: Bowlers put Glam on top. 406
Cricket: DONALD BOWLED OVER BY JONES; Glamorgan pace ace can pass Test. 578
CRICKET: DONALD BOWLED OVER BY JONES; Glamorgan pace ace can pass Test. 575
CRICKET: Maynard in a hurry for Glam. 437
Cricket: Test incentive for Proteas. 400
Critical talks held for ambulance staff. 256
Cycling: Petacchi's Italian job. 126
Dad admits harrassment. 85
DIANA CHARITY IN CRISIS. 557
DIANA FUND IN CRISIS; Charities saddened by troubles for memorial fund. 114
DIANA FUND IN CRISIS; Vale helpers offer support for memorial charity. 112
Do you remember? 100
Donors are wanted. 88
DRIVERS PAY LESS; Car insurance premiums set to fall this year. 365
Dyffryn's new bid. 94
FARES FROZEN UNTIL AUTUMN. 313
Farewell flight up for grabs. 167
Football: `I'm ready to prove myself with City'. 297
FOOTBALL: `It's what dad would have wanted' John's touching gesture sealed Bluebirds move. 205
Football: `It's what dad would have wanted' John's touching gesture sealed Bluebirds move. 210
Football: AWOL Ronaldinho is facing PSG fine. 244
FOOTBALL: Baggies win race to sign Hulse. 249
Football: BARRY PAID UP AND READY TO PLAY; Dragons put money matters behind them as they prepare for Champions League clash. 415
Football: City set sights on Pompey star Lee. 285
Football: Coles left flattered by City's interest. 218
Football: Houllier has high hopes for Kewell. 255
Football: Reid is defiant as Dacourt departs. 219
Football: ROBBO CONSULTS LATE DAD ON MOVE; City new boy in spotlight GAVIN ALLEN hears the truth behind John Robinson's decision to move to Ninian Park. 634
Football: Robbo walks into new role at Ninian. 348
Football: Thorne still in the side. 372
Football: Uefa want changes in qualifying. 266
FORD PRICES. 84
Friday Live: 8 all that. 278
Friday Live: A whale tale from the island. 209
Friday Live: Escape to some block-rocking beats. 121
Friday Live: Full of Eyres and grace. 219
Friday Live: Go see the films before they are released. 270
Friday Live: Hal plays on his sensitive side. 238
Friday Live: Maestro please. 316
Friday Live: Manics 2. 331
Friday Live: music junkie. 272
Friday Live: NEW RELEASES. 261
Friday Live: Other film released this week:. 548
Friday Live: Review HMS Pinafore; Museum of Welsh Life, St Fagans. 220
Friday Live: Social art. 559
Friday Live: Storming the ramparts. 415
Friday Live: The main culprit. 431
Friday Live: THE Wicked Weekend; THE Wicked Weekend features some of the best talent around. With workshops in breakdancing, streetdance, DJing, MCing, digital video and lots more. A weekend pass is pounds 20. Contact 029 2049 7157 or e-mail info@soundaffairs.co.uk for more details. 244
Friday Live: They were the first and still going strong. 200
Friday Live: Thin on substance; The In-Laws (12A, 97mins). 405
Friday Live: Time to party. 268
Friday Live: TOP 10 IN THE UK. 84
Friday Live: TOP 10 IN THE US. 100
Friday Live: What's free in the foyer? 270
Fun in the sun at park. 112
G'day to the Aussie teachers. 140
GET MORE POWER FAST. 146
GOLF: COUSINS EYES OPEN; Aberdare amateur hunts a dream place in Major. 409
Golf: COUSINS EYES OPEN; Aberdare amateur hunts a dream place in Major. 405
Golf: Glamorgan duo star as Wales see off England. 242
Golf: Price back in the title hunt. 285
GOLF: Woosnam a doubt for the Royal show. 381
Hockey: Parrish rises as a Phoenix. 149
How I sent Rob to rack 'n' ruin; PAUL Newman, Tom Cruise? They're just imposters. Ahead of this weekend's World Pool Championships in Cardiff, Steve Tucker racks `em up with the city's pool hustler Rob McKenna. 417
IAN BOTHAM SAYS: GIVE IT SOME BEEF! 363
IS THE HATCHBACK HISTORY ?; Midi-MPV's take over middle class. 360
It goes to show. 90
Ladies Baseball: Gower have a field day. 257
Leading Article: Help support the displaced. 98
Leading Article: Lowest form of stealing. 112
Letter: Festival spoiled by extortionate prices. 134
Letter: Heads must roll for the injustices. 199
Letter: Memories of international. 159
Letter: Pouring scorn did not work. 146
Letter: STRAIGHT TO THE POINT. 103
Letter: STRAIGHT TO THE POINT. 90
Letter: Tax rules must be changed. 225
Letter: The peasants are revolted! 107
Motorbikes now twice as likely to be stolen. 164
New Rover to be made in India. 304
No-go area for cars. 85
Nominate now for Community Award. 134
On course for top preparation. 249
Political FOCUS: `It's not surprising people are turning their backs on the assembly'. 378
Political FOCUS: `Seats of power' debate. 135
Political FOCUS: Plaid needs rethink -Jones. 182
Pooling resources. 129
RACE WAS FUN IN THE PARK. 165
Racing: Choisir sets Aussie trend. 116
Racing: Drowne is afloat after July double. 273
Racing: LIGHTNING READY TO STRIKE AT YORK. 525
RACING: LIGHTNING STRIKE; Consistent runner poised to make impact with. 513
Racing: On This Day. 80
Racing: Pace picks up at Rose Bowl. 233
Racing: Winning filly in Paradise. 98
RATE DROP ISN'T SUCH A BIG DEAL; No greater interest predicted. 283
Respect is key to boys' education. 137
Road signs cause commuter chaos. 144
ROAD TEST: MGTF 160 - SPORTING GENIUS; Introducing a whole new driving package. 412
Rowing: Rowers take to the Taff. 156
Rugby Union: Bergamasco back in cup reckoning. 292
Rugby Union: Davey puts young guns on trial. 240
Rugby Union: Global response to slogan call. 265
Rugby Union: John quits Pontypridd. 149
Rugby Union: PLAYERS HUNTING FAME IN ACADEMY; But director says things must change. 584
Rugby Union: Thomas' selection joy. 218
Rugby Union: Warriors can bring new unity. 225
SEX ALIBI WAS A LIE; Three guilty of perverting course of justice. 298
Small steps for some big money. 98
Sport Letter: Hammam is over-hyped. 113
Sport Letter: Legg didn't deserve this. 193
Sport Letter: What's going on at City? 80
Store takes on a charity challenge. 88
Take a trip with history on the Wye; Visit the valley and its past. 179
Test for drugged drivers coming. 212
THE FRIDAY RANT: Your chance to get something off your chest. 159
THE GREEN, GREEN, GRASS OF HOME -ALL OF IT! 200
THIEVES STEAL BIKER'S DREAM. 319
Things look set to hot up for the weekend. 125
Time and MONEY: BRICKS, NOT DIAMONDS, ARE A GIRL'S BEST FRIEND. 319
Time and MONEY: MP welcomes plan to tackle loan sharks. 199
Time and MONEY: Q&A. 124
Tonight's TELEVISION: About last night... 143
Tonight's TELEVISION: CAR SALES CAPERS; CONFESSIONS OF A CAR SALESMAN five 8pm RATING #####. 398
Tonight's TELEVISION: Dope of THE DAY. 129
Tonight's TELEVISION: Films. 187
Tonight's TELEVISION: WHAT'S THE GOSS? 245
Train services disruption due. 108
Tucker's Look: Don't mention *** in the office. 616
Use `em or lose `em buses axed. 184
Woman and cat escape from shop fire. 114

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