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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (December 1, 2001)

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'All the children I teach know people who have died from Aids' MALAWI: Health campaigns have had little impact on stemming the numbers infected with HIV. 718
'Enid Blyton of Welsh' dies aged 75; DAFYDD PARRY. 170
A time when family comes before fame; Everyone has their own memories and views about Christmas - what makes it a great occasion and how it should be celebrated. Joanne Atkinson asks people from all walks of life some festive questions. 1456
A touch of luxury. 101
Ability to communicate well is the key to good leadership; BUSINESS BREAKFAST: Cardiff-born colonel shares experiences with Welsh business leaders. 292
Ad Hoc and 'supersub' Williamson can lift the Hennessy for top trainer Nicholls. 463
Affordability means that prices are set to rise; MARKET. 599
Aid for Christmas cooks. 215
Airbus loses out on grant aid as redundancies bite; FLINTSHIRE: Rhodri Morgan praises factory team. 277
Alliance & Leicester to reduce numbers of staff by 500. 261
Around Wales: Anglesey. 102
Around Wales: Ceredigion. 140
Around Wales: Mediaeval style proves popular; CONWY. 225
Around Wales: Merthyr Tydfil. 156
Around Wales: Neath Port Talbot. 136
Around Wales: Pembrokeshire. 118
Arts centre to display traditional Japanese paper tea house; BLEDDFA: Exhibitions are part of the Japan 2001 celebrations taking place throughout the UK. 251
As safe as houses. 187
Aussie coach Anderson leaves hospital after heart attack. 218
B for Byzantine; Assembly Westgate. 109
Baby milk research on intelligence; CONFERENCE. 197
Backpackers trial to go ahead next month in Brisbane; AUSTRALIA: Man accused of starting youth hostel fire that killed 15 people including two Welsh women. 262
Barry aim to beat weather and visitors; LEAGUE OF WALES. 289
Big names in film festival highlights; CINEMA. 213
Blair insists Afghanistan is priority. 191
Blessed poised to carry Pitman hopes at Chepstow; turf talk. 541
Bluebell woods and seclusion; TRESAITH: Gland ^wr Manor - once home to Allen Raine - is for sale. 682
Boks coach Viljoen under pressure to beat US; RUGBY UNION: South Africans will have to pull out all stops. 390
Bosnich backs under-fire 'keeper Barthez to roar back to form. 243
Bottom line; Assembly Westgate. 155
Boyish charms first found love in Hamburg bunk; Women. 436
Brew me up, Scotty. 129
Bricks and mortar attract investors; Money SURVEY: Surveyors say stock market volatility has made more put their money in property. 420
Brilliant Dyson keeps hopes of retaining his title alive; GOLF: Omega Hong Kong Open. 590
British youngsters link up with Storm. 112
Brodie just happy to be back in league with old manager Addison; DIVISION THREE: Midfielder aims to forget last-day heartbreak. 532
Brothers' strength lies in images rather than words; TELEVISION: Poor week sees end of good series. 724
Buyers milling around Granary development; CARDIFF BAY: Bamboo floors and granite work surfaces. 142
C&W buys web-hosting firm for pounds 600m; TELECOMS: Deal buys out bankruptcy company Exodus Communications. 227
Captain Johnson blames Henry for Lions tour defeat; RUGBY UNION: Too many Welshmen in the party for Australia. 487
Cash will help children; BELLWAY: pounds 500 donation helps charity enter computer age. 289
CBI calls for simpler planning zones; PLANNING: Simplified procedures essential for key redevelopment areas, says pressure group. 597
Check your insurance. 192
Choir backs Marah; London Diary. 230
Christmas discount for buying a flat; COLWYN BAY. 315
City Market Report; Money. 442
Combining landscape and still life. 540
Commons bid to clarify party aims; PLAID. 163
Credit body blow for BA. 103
Dawson treated like 'naughty schoolboy' LIONS TOUR: Johnson lifts lid on life in Australia. 655
Don't opt for restoration if you're hoping to sell; Antiques and Auctions - AUCTION: 'Fresh to market' the most important quality. 360
Downsizing trend creates a glut in the medium range; DESIGN: Manufacturers react by upsizing minis. 293
Dramatic rise in sex-related diseases. 354
Drink and temper led violent man to knife murder; COURT. 269
Drivers call for more speed-limit signs. 154
Eriksson is not worried - he's just happy to be in the draw. 505
Families of workmen who plunged to their deaths condemn 'disgraceful' fine. 359
Fans gently weep for the Beatle who found faith; George Harrison, who yesterday lost his fight against cancer, had real talent which was often overshadowed by the genius of Lennon and McCartney. 2002
Farmers need to co-operate, says next president of NFU Cymru; AGRICULTURE: Union elects leaders. 582
FBI to help police build profile of murderer; ANGLESEY: Officers view closed-circuit television footage as part of effort to trace light-coloured van. 315
Fired-up Students looking to clinch that double over Australians; RUGBY LEAGUE: Queensland will provide major challenge for Welsh. 425
Fowler finally flies Bluebirds' nest to join Torquay. 176
Fowler vows to be the best. 464
France proves popular location for Brits buying a second home; Money PROPERTY: Excellent value for money and better weather have lured about half-a-million of us to set up home across the Channel. 245
FSA says it is not seeking big 'scalps' REGULATION. 387
Gatland makes way for assistant backs coach O'Sullivan; RUGBY UNION: Kidney steps up from Munster to become Ireland's assistant coach after New Zealander's contract talks break down. 495
Going for gold; SPORTS BETTING. 103
Golden girl returns; ATHLETICS. 134
Golden opportunity snatched away from Neath by Humphreys; CELTIC LEAGUE: Ulster 38 Neath 29. 810
Granada's blonde preference on the up; Money STOCK MARKET: If the Chancellor gives you no firm steer on likely options, look to thrifty, money-conscious women for guidance. 422
Greek failure. 126
Guidelines issued over economy class syndrome; HEALTH: Warnings insufficient, campaigners claim. 282
Guitarist's search for answers led to Krishna. 228
Handyman took his own life after killing; INQUEST: Suicide verdict. 817
Harrison's close shave with death; Stabbing. 133
Health service. 435
Helpline to offer advice and support for sufferers; CANCER. 366
Hendry hungry for another title; SNOOKER: Seven-time Crucible king defeats Doherty to reach European Open final. 410
Hiwmor a hanes yn plethu'n un; HOELEN YN YR ARCHIF: 'Codi gwen'. 515
HMS Vanguard. 131
House prices at their 'most affordable for a decade' Money SURVEY: Average first-time buyers now spend 14.1pc of their income on a mortgage. 322
How your talking key will help to keep your car safe. 225
Identity stolen. 198
Immediate effects of Brown's mini-Budget; Money. 429
Institute for Animal Health denies blame over BSE sheep fiasco. 409
Irwansyah has sights set on that title glory; BADMINTON. 256
Judge to hear the case for foot-and-mouth scrutiny. 431
Jury fails to reach verdict; ASSAULT CASE. 127
Legal aide jailed for abetting drug-dealer on weapons charges; CROWN COURT: Woman, 40, perverted the course of justice by helping client to try disclaim ownership of stun gun and knuckledusters. 485
Lenders report boom in buy-to-let market this year; Money. 170
Liverpudlians mourn Beatle's death; Liverpool. 233
Llanelli flanker could have been facing Scarlets tonight; CELTIC LEAGUE: Munster was an Irish option for Simon Easterby. 855
Look forward to a season of change; ADVICE: Tiling borders, working out colour, children's rooms and creating illusions of space. 1103
Looking Forward. 344
Magical glassware transforms a table; Antiques and Auctions - FRAGILE TREASURES: Simple pleasures of collecting a material that plays with the light. 467
Making the entente even more cordiale; FACE TO FACE WITH DANIEL BERNARD. 1482
Man choked to death on roast beef; INQUEST. 206
Man saw faces of the passengers as their train ploughed into his Land Rover; RAIL CRASH: Driver admitted to loss adjuster that he'd had only one hour's sleep. 321
McCartney pays emotional tribute to 'baby brother' Tributes EULOGIES: Star's death marks 'the end of a dream'. 685
Merthyr look to trophy to lift league gloom; SOCCER. 228
Mine to create 100 jobs in unemployment blackspot; MERTHYR TYDFIL: Coal and stone extraction scheme on derelict site is recommended by council officials. 392
Moan, clone moan . . . and don't forget the groan-ups; Looking Back. 520
Mohali Test a mighty relief to entire cricketing fraternity; SORRY SAGA: Denness a most unfortunate victim. 751
Most new investors pessimistic; STOCKS. 187
Most office workers buy Christmas presents in work time; SURVEY: Civil servants found to be the worst culprits for abandoning their desks to go shopping. 172
Myopia hits funds; Money. 199
New signing Pedersen in the action; BASKETBALL. 264
New song recorded last month; Recording. 141
Newport go down fighting against determined Irish; CELTIC LEAGUE: Leinster 34 Newport 22. 588
Not worth it. 133
One of the driest months for years. 155
Osborne and Little goes into the red; SOFT FURNISHINGS: Company overruns IT budget by pounds 300,000. 237
Paedophiles 'had been victims' RESEARCH: Evidence supports theory of cycle of abuse. 160
Peace in the countryside; CHURCH VILLAGE: 'Perfect place for families'. 174
Pill 'should be offered in schools' TEEN PREGNANCIES: Battle to bring down figures requires support for young. 263
Plaid rethink. 230
Pleasant surroundings for Christmas; NO-TOYS ZONE: Television presenter's favourite room is her dining room. 629
Political capital. 249
Politics clear. 119
Poll shows UK is resistant to euro; EMU: Even industrial areas with export difficulties from overvalued pound reject EU currency. 462
Popstar Noel helps youngsters; CARDIFF: Hear'Say singer returns to headline concert and launch Prince's Trust scheme. 564
Pottery and porcelain on display; Antiques and Auctions - FAYRE. 158
pounds 1.4m fine; Money. 156
pounds 16.5m Stam faces long ban after follow-up drug test proves positive. 240
pounds 3.1m needed to bring homes up to standard; CARE. 310
Presents for all; Assembly Westgate. 118
Prosecution witness branded a liar at trial of footballers; COURT: Leeds United players deny attack on Asian. 201
Provident says its UK lending is up 3.6pc. 368
Pumas' Phelan hands out NZ warning. 196
Question time; Assembly Westgate. 151
Racecourse considers windfall for investors; SHARES. 297
Rafter hits back for Australia after shock Hewitt defeat; TENNIS. 353
Ready to roll; BOWLS. 292
Real cost of Christmas on credit; Money INTEREST RATES: Make sure you shop around to get the cheapest loans available. 444
Respect please. 182
Richard Rogers row 'has brought shame to Wales' ASSEMBLY: Architects' leader attacks 'stupidity' of AMs. 718
Rogers the Dragons' fall guy as Smith tries to plug leaks; DIVISION TWO: Goalkeeper pays the price for mistakes. 555
Ruddock returns to St Helen's with Vale mission in mind; WELSH-SCOTTISH LEAGUE: Six-pointer on the cards. 786
Saab unveils innovative concept car. 255
Sarah Payne trial told of further forensic links; MURDER CASE: Expert backs up police findings. 188
Saunders intends to stay at top in coaching career; NOMARTYR: Former Wales star turns down chance to become Merthyr manager. 758
Seafront leisure potential recognised by Assembly; ENVIRONMENT: Aberavon beach to be developed. 282
Selfish drivers who are a menace to others; Letter of the Week. 349
Singer-songwriter's record could be his launchpad; MUSIC: Christopher Rees promotes four-track EP. 649
Smoking was a trigger for cancer; Health. 240
Snaffles, eye and wit of horsey folk; Antiques and Auctions - ILLUSTRATION. 302
Songwriting contribution will live forever; Songwriting. 321
South African Breweries takeover hint a 'fabrication' says Belgian Interbrew; EXPANSION: Leaked document was altered version of research by Interbrew's bankers. 279
Specs wanted. 156
Spectacular sights of Snowdonia; NATIONAL PARK: Try the study centre at Plas Tan y Bwlch. 361
Splits emerge as warlord walks out of negotiations. 319
Spot on. 161
Squabble lands Assembly deep in the mire. 371
Startling facts of a country ravaged by disease. 218
Stephens dismay after Jones airs his quit reasons. 325
Still borrowing; Money. 208
Studying the past to understand the present. 723
Successful treatments push up HIV numbers. 198
Superjumbo still on flight path; AIRCRAFT CONSTRUCTION: Broughton sees upturn for A380's entry into service. 468
Tactics threat to Assembly. 287
Take steps to stop your Christmas being spoiled by uninvited guests; HOME SECURITY: Simple ways to keep the burglars at bay during the festive season. 378
Taking time to enjoy hidden pleasures; James Pritchard's London Diary. 422
Tanni's unique. 187
Ten tips on tax to give a cool Yule; Money INVESTMENT AND TAX. 224
Textile dyes firm Yorkshire paints a gloomy outlook; DOWNTURN: More jobs may be cut, says group. 362
The quiet man. 114
The world gently weeps for George; BEATLES: Tributes to a global star. 440
Thorne is back in City side to face pacesetters Latics; NATIVES RESTLESS: Cork under pressure to pick up results and improve performance. 522
those who live by the flashy West End club shall die by the flashy West End club; James Pritchard's London Diary. 164
TNS storm to top of the league; LEAGUE OF WALES: TNS 5 Connah's Quay 1. 226
Top tips for using candles safely at party time. 203
Truce brings world cricket back from brink of chaos. 612
UBM optimistic despite falls in advertising. 168
UK president of NFU may face challenge to his position. 208
Union leader accused of bullying is defended by his own union; DAMAGES ROW: Official and his assistant 'were not told about county court hearing so were unable to put their side of the case'. 484
United side are riding high; CYMRU ALLIANCE. 187
US insists Omar must not get amnesty; AFGHANISTAN: Northern Alliance holding talks with Taliban for surrender of Kandahar. 570
Uwic are still top, despite defeat; UNIVERSITIES. 198
Volvo's new sports utility is masculine not macho. 263
Watch out for sleight of hand in accounts; Money ENRON: Fall of this giant US company took shareholders by complete surprise, but the writing was on the wall. 464
Watercolours with fine detail; TENBY: Display begins next week. 137
Welsh duo lose their unbeaten record. 124
West counties share pounds 40m with Ireland; EURO FUNDS: Interreg III money will be used for joint projects to stimulate inter-regional co-operation. 561
Westwood setting Sun City challenge to home boy Els. 196
What Brown's proposals mean to you; Money. 367
Wizards look to work their magic again with win No 9; DIVISION ONE: O'Callaghan's men close in on leaders. 364
Wolves to give shareholders pounds 100m bonanza; BREWING: Profits at threatened company leap 17pc. 428
Woman charged with deception over Foreign Office flight to New York. 160
World is more dangerous place without Mary. 830
World's most hated man a leading contender for Time magazine's Person of the Year. 180
Wrong name. 111
YOU AND THE LAW; BULLYING: If schools fail to take reasonable action and prevent attacks, victims may be able to sue the local education authority for personal injury. 772

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