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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (December 6, 2001)

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'Rottweiler' may find time's up. 186
'Soviet-style, unelected bodies on the rise'. 124
A community that remains tense. 148
Accident verdict after soccer player's son died in Spain; INQUEST: Toddler drowned at holiday villa. 389
Around Wales: Anglesey. 121
Around Wales: Bridgend. 107
Around Wales: Conwy. 109
Around Wales: Pembrokeshire. 121
Around Wales: Rhondda Cynon Taff. 110
Around Wales: Swansea. 136
Around Wales: WREXHAM Town's regeneration grant worth pounds 6.65m. 186
Assembly backs projects with grants of pounds 88.4m. 109
Attwooll's clean image is muddied in earthy drama; The heroic copper in Nuts and Bolts rolls up his sleeves for some dirty work. 1446
Bad designs. 327
Blair backs campaign to keep Children's Society in Wales; CHARITY: Prime Minister disappointed by decision to pull out. 215
Blunkett calls up civilian police to patrol the streets; LAW AND ORDER: Biggest overhaul in decades planned. 614
Bourne was key speaker. 144
Britain prepared to take war into other states, says Hoon. 377
Bulldozer driver 'planned to block road to site'. 258
Children who run away 'are more likely to be abused' CHARITY REPORT. 287
Chinaglia comeback. 150
City Market Report. 543
Computer virus is a Goner in Wales; TECHNOLOGY: Welsh firms escape latest attack. 446
Concern over stadium's demands for extra funding. 147
Crawshay's represent Wales in bid for sevens glory in Thailand tournament. 302
Cyclo-cross crown for dazzling Davies; CYCLING. 114
Dale back on the right track; SNOOKER. 174
Death of leading figure in media; OBITUARY: Llewelyn John Evans. 113
Diwedd paragraff arall yn yr oes. 702
Elderly resident in nursing home died during meal time; INQUEST: 75-year-old should have been given resuscitation. 354
England must rise to challenge of Indian test; CRICKET: Openers Trescothick and Butcher are put under the spotlight - literally. 754
Evans bids to be Tory leader in Brussels; POLITICS. 189
Evans's brace boosts Caersws; LEAGUE OF WALES CUP. 124
Ex-pupils wished to see him in court. 120
Export restrictions to be lifted in more areas; VOTE: Farmers receive boost following meeting of EU vets. 406
Fears that WNO artists being laid off as bureaucracy increases. 156
Fearsome folk. 104
Fines for drivers ruled illegal; IMMIGRANT STOWAWAYS. 166
Flights disrupted as French air controllers strike; INDUSTRIAL ACTION: British Airways apologises to customers for inconvenience. 289
FoE winded. 152
French victory fitting way to celebrate centenary of great Musketeer. 813
Honorary Consulate inaugurated today; CARDIFF: Hungarian ambassador appoints Sir Geoffrey Inkin. 169
Hotel that star called home. 208
How Blunkett plans to shake up policing; Home Secretary to discover just how tough he needs to be to deliver promises on crime. 1067
Howells hasn't got a clue, say folk singers; POLITICS: Culture Minister condemned over 'out-of-date cliche image'. 756
In-form Hartson is in contention. 236
Inquest told of incident with off-duty policeman before student disappeared. 273
Iraq's weapons 'a threat'. 156
Islanders stunned and afraid; CRIME: Discovery of fourth body adds to anxiety on Anglesey. 583
Jobs lost as town centre store closes; CO-OP. 236
Jones impresses on his debut for Ponty; FRIENDLY: Pontypridd 90 North Wales XV 3. 178
Jubilee medals for emergency services. 129
Keeping it in the family on S4C; TELEVISION: Sister follows brother into presenting children's programmes. 409
Kelda keeping restructuring options under review; REPORT: Firm behind Yorkshire Water reports 13pc increase in first-half profits. 223
Killer's creditors urged to stake claims; BARRY: Man who murdered wife and four children before committing suicide had debts of pounds 200,000. 573
Landfill sites investigation is sought. 345
Legal action possible over name-change proposal. 122
Lift for injury-hit Jones as he makes first start of season; WELSH-SCOTTISH LEAGUE: Wales wing has a chance to catch Henry's eye. 436
Llewelyn the Last to be remembered at Cilmeri; HISTORY: Ceremonies in honour of Wales's last blue-blooded prince will be held at site of his death at English hands in 1282. 328
Local boy outshines newcomers; REVIEW HEAR'SAY. 237
Mallett lands top French job. 175
Married colleagues behaving badly; OFFICE PARTIES: Survey of workers. 220
Millionaires can expect to be in good hands; FINANCE: Advice for the wealthy. 538
Murphy hints at more powers for AMs; DEVOLUTION: Welsh Secretary defends current arrangements but leaves door open for change. 513
New release conjures up images of mirror windows; STEREOPHONICS: Single is version of BBC spoof's theme tune. 605
New suicide bomber strikes in Jerusalem; ISRAEL: Bloodbath averted as lethal package explodes in wrong place. 467
Nicholls's French recruits are ready to open British account; RACING: Runners and riders at today's jumps meetings at Leicester, Market Rasen and Wincanton; top tipping prospects; yesterday's results guide. 591
Off-key remark by MP upsets folk groups; MUSIC. 298
Offa the map. 129
Parents and children get together to talk IT; SPONSORED BY LLOYDS TSB. 517
Plaid broke agreement, says Glyn; LANGUAGE. 225
Poignant meeting with hero's family; MAURICE TURNBULL. 397
Police look into links between man's death and OAP's murder; ANGLESEY: Victim may have been doused and set alight. 187
Police reforms require careful handling. 291
Programme schedules offer scant inspiration; CHRISTMAS TELEVISION. 467
Ranking event; GOLF. 111
Record run for the baton relay; COMMONWEALTH GAMES. 253
Rock star tried to ruin my life, singer tells tribunal; EMPLOYMENT CLAIM: Legend 'exploits others'. 300
Sarah suspect talks of 'coincidence' MURDER TRIAL: Alleged killer cross-examined. 265
Sexual health campaign to cut number of infections; ASSEMBLY. 264
Speaker hits back at anti-sleaze watchdog; COMMONS: Release of letter to media 'a matter of great regret'. 188
Spending on basic skills 'pays off'. 228
Strange is aiming to prove his worth; RUGBY UNION: Outside-half returns from the wilderness. 791
Super-sub Lisbie brings Chelsea revival to a shuddering halt; PREMIERSHIP: Defoe rescues a point for West Ham against Aston Villa with a goal in stoppage time. 248
Test for Charlotte. 186
Thompson salutes his magnificent Reds; Roma 0 Liverpool 0. 314
TV writer killed himself rather than face trial; JOHN OWEN: Suicide verdict on man accused of sexually abusing children. 445
Van Nistelrooy at double for United; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Manchester United 3 Boavista 0. 573
Wage plan aims to cut gender pay gap at work; EQUALITY: Government helps women find out if they are paid as much as men. 695
Warning as meningitis makes annual revival; DISEASE: Parents reminded of need to be watchful as six patients get treatment for potentially fatal illness. 727
Wayward US bomb almost kills new Afghan leader; AFGHANISTAN: Three killed and 20 injured. 611
Welsh boys so close to toppling Aussies; YOUTH RUGBY: Wales Under-19s 22 Australian Schools 23. 624
Welsh pair Prosser and Harding still on final course; BOWLS. 293
Welsh students fall at the first hurdle; RUGBY LEAGUE CHALLENGE CUP: RAF 40 Uwic 13. 226
Woman rescued from Swansea Docks; ACCIDENT: Workmates dive into freezing water to save driver. 464
Woman tells inquest of a 'loving and shy person' JOHN OWEN: Friend of 27 years tells court that after his arrest Owen clearly had suicide in mind. 462
Yoga comes top of list for satisfaction; COMPLEMENTARY THERAPIES. 136

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