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Articles from South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales) (June 30, 2009)

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1987 A sprint up the Empire State and much more made the news 22 years ago this week. 1350
A familar tale of woe for England. 113
A Prince in waiting... and waiting... and waiting... 850
Accountancy qualifications; BIZBRIEF. 81
Adverse effects of the stadium; VIEWPOINTS. 189
All-male cast kick off Cardiff Festival. 192
Ashes win for pupils; NEWSBRIEF. 86
Bluebirds are putting Slovakian star on trial. 549
Boots against charging shoppers for plastic bags. 283
Bounce along for cricket cocktail. 197
Canterbur y's finest to sing; NEWSBRIEF. 80
Cardiff firms in deep debt; BIZBRIEF. 89
Charity cash stolen from buses as pupils enjoy WMC show. 129
Chef keeps first-class food on track; A train service between Cardiff to North Wales promises passengers a fine dining experience on wheels. ANDREW DAGNELL spoke to the chef cooking top-notch cuisine for scores of passengers at high speed - and even got to sample his food at 95mph. 1013
Child mortality. 83
Children are deprived of sports facility; VIEWPOINTS. 204
City church is granted roof money. 330
CLICK ON. 159
Club aims to boost town's prosperity. 260
CONFESSIONS of a tailor. 553
CUT CUT CUT; 750 local authority jobs to go Spending reduced by pounds 21m Repairs budget to be slashed. 698
Cycle couriers swap the pen for the pedal and enjoy a job outdoors; Their work helps to keep the city's businesses going throughout the day, but what is it really like to be a cycle courier? TIM LEWIS spent a morning with Cardiff Cycle Couriers to find out. 920
Daniel's diabetes dive. 267
Davies' Roman date. 117
Devils close in on import. 137
Dunlop to get into the Swing of things in Kempton handicap. 392
Economic climate 'is delaying Plaza plans' 'Struggle' for tenants. 395
Edwards' new deal at Wolves. 106
Evans slams plans to cut league. 414
Forum chairman outlines vision. 190
Handy pair to build school in Uganda. 124
HUDSON IN CITY TALKS. 232
Hunt for thief who struck three times. 206
I liked Sam, but he was a fantasist who loved to play with names, as if we had a real chance of signing superstars like Owen and Lampard. 1370
I was Michael's clairvoyant; Jacko poured his heart out to me, claims medium Jillian. 642
I've no mental scars - Flintoff; England star is ready to move on from whitewash. 581
It's time for transparency; VIEWPOINTS. 269
JOIN THE GREAT ONLINE DEBATE; VIEWPOINTS. 231
Legg up for the trip to Scotland. 119
Little pirates learn with Captain Bill. 214
LIVING WITH LIONS DVD. 332
Lizzie to get her medals. 117
Merthyr get timely boost from league. 226
Minister visits pavilion. 81
money matters. 235
Mother thanks teachers for going the extra mile; Primary school's head and deputy to retire this summer. 443
Murray shines under Centre Court lights. 542
Oh yes he is, John's signed up for Robin Hood role; Barrowman brings his mother Marion along for launch of panto. 516
Our little girl lay in agony for two hours before an ambulance came. 521
Outdoor pool was a joy; VIEWPOINTS. 201
Pick of the day. 178
Police seize pounds 10,000 of cocaine. 96
Police taking no chances; VIEWPOINTS. 152
pounds 5.4m facelift for Sherman; Theatre to close in January for an 18-month refurbishment programme. 479
Robin Hood: Man in tights. 616
Safina produces some indoor fireworks. 282
Scorching weather here for the week. 485
Second teen thought to have swine flu. 172
Sense of pride is motivation enough for third Test - Gerald. 343
Shanklin hits out at Boks star. 245
Showtime thanks to a pounds 500 grant. 315
Special constables are best in Britain. 88
SPOTLIGHT ON TORY EURO TRIP; Members' expenses claims are unveiled. 1266
Springboks coach continues to defend banned flanker Burger. 431
Star Ruth books in as champion for libraries. 223
STRAIGHT TO THE point. VIEWPOINTS. 423
Teacher was sacked for failing to keep on top of GCSE marking; Colleagues at top comprehensive had to deal with backlog of work. 476
TEENAGE SKYPAD LAUNCHED; Rock stars and royalty open state-of-the-art facility specially designed with young cancer patients in mind. 668
Teenager who raped boy is ordered to be detained. 469
The 20p piece in your pocket that could be worth pounds 50! Undated coins go into circulation for first time in 300 years. 510
THE CARDIFF COMEDY FESTIVAL; PREVIEW. 313
Theresa was devoted to the Labour Party. 506
Tot's drug death is admitted by couple; Mother granted permission to visit toddler's grave. 369
Two saved from sea; NEWSBRIEF. 84
Two views on the future of Barry; VIEWPOINTS. 242
UKIP wrong to blame Europe; VIEWPOINTS. 176
WELSH STAR IN BLAST AT BURGER. 544
Widower 'gutted' charity is closing; Fundraiser's wife benefited from the care of special cancer nurse. 461
Win Ashes tickets. 351
Witnessing the signs of the times. 231
You Fool; 18-year-old arrested after 'firing' airguns. 407

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