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Articles from South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales) (July 30, 2003)

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Title Author Type Words
'No deal' on name. 84
A Look at Barry: What a strange brew. 520
A VIEW TO A ROOM; Hotel chain in line to move headquarters to city. 303
Amersham profits jump. 119
Athletics: Romilly top of their class in Vale Festival. 210
Badminton: Early exit for Morgan. 83
Baseball in plea for refs. 81
Baseball: Saints sing in the Rein. 253
Beano favourites collect pensions. 170
BLAIR: TRUST ME; PM admits need to rebuild public trust. 269
Bowls: St Illtyd's bowl over primary school rivals. 135
Boys from Brazil are on the ball. 186
By Louise Day. 248
Centrica buys power station. 116
COOL HAND LUKE. 328
CRACK IN THE SYSTEM; Trips are costing millions. 970
Crackdown on drugs 'gangs'. 164
Cracking down on dealers. 136
CRAZY PAVING; Pavement injury claims are costing YOU millions. 91
Cricket: Casuals stumped in defence. 298
Cricket: CRUMLIN TOP DOGS. 418
Cricket: Glam beaten in last ball thriller. 1129
Cricket: Gwent young cricketers are singing in the rain. 122
Cycling: Ajax are unable to make a clean sweep. 204
Drive to slow down traffic. 98
Drugs find leads to fine. 87
DRUGS SWOOP HITS 'YARDIES' Crackdown reduces threat to South Wales. 277
Evertonlink leaves Savage 'flattered'. 536
EXTINCTION FEAR; Penygraig vows to fight 19-player ban. 281
Farce for a maddened crowd... 166
Flower power helps John. 201
Football: Aberaman get their new men. 153
Football: DANES ARE DEMOLISHED; Favourites brush title rivals aside in nine-goal romp as ... 928
Football: Dynamos light up. 123
Football: Fairwater clean up at Tranmere. 167
Football: FIVE-STAR CITY FIND THE WAYTO GOALBluebirds end their fast; Bluebirds end their fast. 1231
Football: Have your say on how City perform. 293
Football: Martyr Ford returns to face BluebirdsFORMER Cardiff City captain Mike Ford is set to turn out for Merthyr Tydfil when the Martyrs meet the Bluebirds at Penydarren Park tonight (7.30pm). Ford had two spells at Ninian Park, initially leaving for. 823
Football: Nicholas is still upbeat. 102
Football: ZE ZE TOPS WITH YOUNGSTERS. 516
Football:; City smash five to keep manager Lawrence happy. 261
FOREIGN AIDES. 356
FRIGHTENING ERROR. 296
Golf: Big Ben didn't set alarm bells ringing - Kyron. 214
Golf: Paul shows the Way. 261
Golf: Saints alive at Southerndown. 134
Golf: US PGA CAN TAKE ME INTO TOP 50. 656
Horse Racing: GOODWOOD GLORY; Classy Zindabad has necessary pedigree to triumph. 320
Horse Racing: Phoenix reaches out from ashes. 286
HOSPITAL LISTS SHOW A DROP; Cuts in patients queuing the longest. 270
IS YOUR BABY THE BONNIEST?; Votes will decide who is fairest of them all. 253
Leading Article: John is an inspiration. 101
Leading Article: Real cost of streets of shame. 100
Letter: Are they coming to beam us up? 93
Letter: Banding does not affect tax. 208
Letter: Help to endworld poverty. 151
Letter: Kindness has disappeared. 143
Letter: Let's have fair play oncouncil tax. 269
Letter: Taking unfair advantage. 178
Letter: Will UHW getnew shelters? 104
Letters: Straight to the point. 255
Life in the Bus Lane: I'm fed up with my king-sized diet. 657
Man quizzed over forest fires. 88
MIXED FORTUNES; Roller-Hockey players find life tough at top. 408
New president so glad to be pride of Lions. 146
New rail timetable. 116
New spin queen for Morgan. 111
Nominate coach of the year. 107
Nominate your top Welsh coach. 132
ONE WAS IN THE NEWS!; Royal launch for the Echo's hi-tech press. 267
Paddington offices are gutted. 152
Paddington offices gutted. 151
Penygraig vow to fight ban. 93
Phones suit BT to a T. 118
POLICE PLEA TO TRACE DEAD MAN'S RELATIVES. 291
Polling stations failing disabled. 107
Poorer and not richer! 110
RALLY STARS ARE ACCUSED OF SPEEDING; Court told of driving ban fears. 241
RIGHT OR WRONG?; YOU decide. 226
Rowing: Medal joy for Currie. 115
Rugby Union: 'I COULD DO THE JOB' Johnson puts down a marker to be Welsh coach. 638
Rugby Union: A scoring spree. 159
Rugby Union: Doubting Iestyn's thanks to Thomas. 289
Rugby Union: TAG IS CATCHING ON. 227
Rugby Union: Wales defend record over squad's hotel cos. 282
SAILOR'S WARTIME BRAVERY REWARD. 388
School is praised for standards. 173
SCIENTIST LAY DEAD FOR A MONTH - AND NOBODY KNEW; Grim find for police after call to home of 'quiet' biologist. 280
Squash: Power to the squash people after new deal. 130
Story is given a negative rating. 102
Tennis: Youngsters take first steps to Wimbledon. 240
THERE'S TIDY!; City player helps tackle litter problem. 282
Tommy tribute star could head to Wales. 224
TOP GARDENERS FAIL TO IMPRESS; Row blooms as shrubs are favoured in annual Vale competition. 306
WE NEED OUR OWN GROUND. 298
WRONG NOTE; Raunchy pop stars' image puts pressure on girls. 232
WRU checks out shoppers. 100
WRU checksout shoppers. 118
Youngsters take first steps to Wimbledon. 240

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