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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (October 13, 2001)

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'Can do' Celticana; London Diary. 116
'Culling policy has worked'. 105
'Defaid, tractors, cwn, canu, defaid, mart, cw n, ysgol' Y PLWYF: Llanuwchllyn drwy lygaid pry-ar-y-wal. 512
'Disregard windfalls' in pensions fight; FINANCIAL SERVICES: Watchdog says compensation must be made in full. 322
'He ruined my daughter's life'. 131
'It is not that organic food is too expensive. It is that traditional food is too cheap'. 1212
'Owen factor' helps push up demand; EDUCATION: Parents worried that their children may be excluded from prestigious school. 700
'Parents influence attitude' Money. 212
'Terror' to raise insurance premiums; Money. 183
10 DIY tips. 309
12-year-old girl reported missing. 115
A farmhouse steeped in history; ON THE MARKET: The reputed site of the first Calvinistic school in Wales. 515
A night at the opera; London Diary. 202
A Skoda to rank with BMW and Audi; HIGH PERFORMANCE: The Octavia RS with its 1.8 20v engine delivers power and pace in total comfort. 424
A task for UN. 149
Act now to use carry forward tax relief. 345
Added value wins award for milk producer; PEMBROKESHIRE. 145
Afghan winter threatens land action; GROUND TROOPS: Decision to invade must be made soon or risk losing the momentum with a spring offensive. 515
Ambassador will be biased. 303
An unwelcome contingent in the hillsides. 687
Anti-children. 244
Antiques fair offers chance to shop for bargains; Antiques and Auctions. 213
Around Wales: Caerphilly. 107
Around Wales: CARDIFF 'Wonderful gesture' towards Noah's Ark Appeal. 405
Around Wales: Monmouthshire. 119
Around Wales: Neath Port Talbot. 158
Around Wales: Newport. 150
Around Wales: Pembrokeshire. 121
Around Wales: Powys. 109
Around Wales: Torfaen. 142
Around Wales: Vale of Glamorgan. 113
Auction house group to cut 287 jobs to save pounds 34m; SOTHEBY'S. 173
Aussie tour is still in limbo; RUGBY LEAGUE. 274
Axonics gets call after anthax fears; WATER: Purification expertise. 404
Back to school on national milk day. 285
Backing action on valuation appeals process. 161
Bank offers statements in Welsh; Money HSBC: First to provide accounts in Welsh. 161
Beef semen exports given the go ahead. 128
Benefit concert cancelled. 115
Bennett is bouncing back in style to lead at Cannes. 396
Bewhiskered chaps and bechapped whiskers; onTV. 677
Big demand follows launch of new M&S female fashion range; SHOPPING: Scores of women return to ailing store. 538
Bingo players' windfall. 116
Birch is back with success; SNOOKER. 306
Birthday boy Howley looking for celebration; SIX NATIONS: Welsh star fears Irish backlash. 642
Blatter insists World Cup finals are still on. 435
Bluebirds battle back to salvage a draw; Cardiff City 2 Wigan Athletic 2. 693
Bookies face odds-on dilemma; BETTING: Abolition of tax brings out new breed of punter willing to risk big bet at short odds. 519
Bottlenose dolphin is in decline; CONSERVATION. 266
Bridgend Town hope to surprise Maesteg Park; WELSH LEAGUE. 118
British team in command; EQUESTRIAN. 131
BT internet centre 'as vital to Wales as opening of M4' E-COMMERCE: First Minister hails pounds 90m project. 397
Business as usual for Addison and shocked Swans. 574
Calm and stylish haven from football; PENARTH: Away from the frenzy of the pitch young soccer star enjoys lounging about at home. 925
Candidates sought for committees. 168
Car makers cut back as sales decline; PRODUCTION. 205
Cardiff on shortlist for Ticketmaster; EXCLUSIVE: Sites under appraisal as entertainment giant looks for student-friendly location. 433
Cats need help. 235
Celebrating the world of collecting. 427
Cereal farmers suffer devastating harvest. 268
Chamber of commerce backs city's culture bid. 144
Character Brennan takes more mellow approach. 754
Charges dated back 20 years. 129
Charity cards fraud alleged; NEWPORT CROWN COURT: Police officer and an accountant accused. 698
Cheap meat may not provide best value. 157
Chloe is first casualty in Jan's new life; FACE TO FACE JAN ANDERSON. 1219
Cinio Flynyddol Rhosybol. 132
City big guns spring to the defence of underfire Railtrack; Money - MARKETS: Government agrees to restore pounds 370m of frozen assets. 379
City Market Report; Money. 398
Clampdown on security at rail station; CARDIFF CENTRAL. 283
Confidence in internet increasing; BANKING. 257
Corian, top worktop; InsideHomes. 119
Court's decision on whether to extradite fugitive rapist expected later this month; FRANCE: Convicted sex attacker Trevor Masters protests innocence at hearing in Pau. 385
Cowie contemplates golden farewell; RUGBY LEAGUE: Welsh second-rower could sign off in style. 277
Crest trials a fret-free removal deal at Parc Radyr; CARDIFF. 238
Crime worry; Money. 111
Crowds at accused writer's funeral; JOHN OWEN: Tears for man who faced allegations of abusing students in his care. 487
Dairy bull calf wastage to be slashed due to 'semen' succes. 207
Deal for new car; Money. 124
Derby clash to be cup highlight; WELSH CUP. 185
Divisional office news. 282
DJ to sound out buskers for show; RADIO 2: Janice Long will be on the lookout for musical talent for Cardiff broadcasts. 585
Double jobs boost for unemployment blackspot. 145
Drawn like moths to the flame; Antiques and Auctions - LIGHTING: All forms of lighting paraphernalia are collectable and have their devotees. 561
E-mail 'did not warrant dismissal'. 246
Easing the maternity leave burden; Money: RECRUITMENT SOLUTIONS. 380
Egg swaps its cashback appeal for prize draws; MONEY LINE - FINANCIAL PLANNING: Shop around for the best credit card deal and don't forget about life assurance. 474
Electricity giant clears major hurdle in US move; NATIONAL GRID. 190
Emergency plans under review. 242
Employmen service to ease recruitment problems. 206
End secrecy. 219
EU terrorism. 262
Even Jerry Guscott gets brought down; London Diary. 494
Eye-catching Triton breaks new ground; 4 x 4. 429
Face of the month; Young Farmers Focus. 337
Fairytale win for Neilsen against Tyson highly unlikely. 549
Fans crying out over the whole Petty affair; SOCCER: Supporters Trust will raise funds to buy club. 659
Favourites emerge as towns hand in bids for city status; TWO-HORSE RACE. 646
Fear spurs Biotrace shares in race against terrorism; EXCLUSIVE: Biological test which gives early warning of germ warfare attacks is now in the front line. 283
Fears voiced over potential 'massacre' of Afghan people; HUMAN RIGHTS: UN Commissioner hopes for ceasefire. 257
Fewer planning to move home after terror strikes. 328
Fight against restrictive directive continues. 257
First step in rebuilding process. 405
Fowler feeling pressure as he looks for form; Liverpool v Leeds. 640
French Wales fan seeking tickets. 112
FSA website details unit trusts; Money. 109
Gatland feels the pressure no more than Wales coach; CHANGES: Coach hopes team rejig will pay dividends after deflating Scottish defeat. 788
Get the most from Farming Connect. 327
Great pains taken over containers for alcohol; Antiques and Auctions: WINE COOLERS. 519
Grist plays a notable role on the glory trail; As part of The Western Mail's build-up to next month's Network Q Rally, Gareth Price spent a day with Welshman Nicky Grist, the co-driver of Colin McRae. 838
Gwyn L Williams is named chief executive of Llangollen Eisteddfod Council. 218
Hain's changed. 174
Hakkinen is considering GP finale; MOTOR RACING. 488
Heart tests could be monitored on mobiles; HEALTH. 315
Henry looks to new faces for victory against Irish; SIX NATIONS: Coach hoping for same effect as when sides last met. 715
Herbert, Giffin back-up Aussie leader Gregan. 142
Hilton Hotel goes green. 152
Hollywood star arrives 'to put the fun back into funerals' ENTERTAINMENT: Commission secures another major film production for South Wales to be shot in the Valleys. 382
Home, where the music's playing; Westgate. 134
Hop to Oz; Young Farmers Focus. 622
Hunting with dogs must continue, Assembly is told. 240
Hussain wants tour decision; CRICKET: Cloud hangs over trip to India. 284
Imports danger highlighted. 242
Innocent lives must not be lost in Afghanistan; Letter of the Week. 294
Inquiry call goes to EU. 102
Insurance man wins Kia Caren on TV gameshow; KEN THORNE. 137
Insurer faces losses of pounds 200m after terror attack; Money. 158
INVESTMENT AND TAX; Money GUIDELINES: Expenses on salary . . . working from home . . . paying the taxman on the internet. 299
Ireland present the challenge, but England are still the main target. 346
Irish entrepreneur wants to market a new spirit in Wales; FACE TO FACE WITH MICHAEL MCGRANE. 1367
Irish outside-half O'Gara has paid the price for leaving his kicking boots at home in Cork; SIX NATIONS: Irish kicker had a miserable game in Scotland. 814
Irish stew as heatwave hits the capital; RUGBY. 140
James eyes Six Nations runners-up spot for Wales. 432
James's ideal home wins him a place in final. 233
Job losses at defence group; THALES. 119
John Gittins memorial award. 120
Just men behaving normally; BABYFATHER: A credible focus. 809
Kinnock praises business support sector for helping to rebuild economy after coal; CARDIFF: Conference told how work of top-class agencies has been vital. 368
Know your taps and pipe sizes. 185
Late replacement Torrance steams into the semi-finals; CLASH: Ryder Cup captain sets up meeting with Harrington. 665
Lehman roars just like Tiger. 252
Lle mae'r Eddie Stobart Cymreig? 950
Looking Back; Sheriff Bush and a posse with no noose sense. 503
Looking Forward. 303
Low SAPS payment comes in for criticism. 278
Luxury apartments planned for Bay; BELLWAY: Builders unveil pounds 15m scheme. 373
Magic of Six Nations drags the crowds in; RUGBY: Hotels and pubs report brisk business as fans flock in for clash at the Millennium Stadium. 641
Major priority must be shutting out O'Driscoll; IRISH TARGET: Chance to make it 20 years without a Cardiff defeat. 794
Make sure you are covered - you could save your family from financial heartbreak; Money. 438
Man who cut up teenager had murdered before; COURT: Call for public inquiry into how violent man had been freed on a technicality - to kill again. 357
Marketing authorisations for OP sheep dip suspended. 203
Mazda tops survey of the most reliable cars; WHAT CAR? Study compares breakdowns and repair costs. 137
Media bias. 219
Merthyr and Newport on glory trail; FA CUP. 371
Minister visits island; ANGLESEY. 254
Missile did destroy airliner, say Russians; BLACK SEA: Evidence points to tragic mistake during Ukrainian military exercise. 246
MLC industry development manager appointed. 168
Moore calls for the Dublin effect in bid to end home hoodoo; CALL TO ARMS: Second row forward knows what it takes to beat the visitors. 428
Nearly fifth of builders have dodgy credit record. 310
New case of anthrax in US. 135
New chairman for Wales. 312
New look for the bathroom; DIY: You don't need to be a professional to replace your bath and basin. 494
New manager makes plea to Dragons' fans. 416
New names and factions face freeze. 225
New threat to hill farmers. 214
NFU fights for tenant farmers. 253
No joke. 275
Nobel award receives UK acclamation. 273
NUT takes teachers' case to High Court; SUSPENSION: Governors silent. 581
O'Kelly welcomes chance to prove Henry wrong; SIX NATIONS: Forward out to make up lost ground from Lions Tour. 720
Open auction to follow offer; BOOSEY & HAWKES. 107
Paralympic star opens holistic unit; HEALTH. 194
Park employees lose pounds 5,000 a year. 106
Partnership venture opens office in North Wales; ARTS AND BUSINESS. 312
Passing Samaritan; Westgate. 174
Pipes may need to be cut for a new basin. 317
Policy advice; Money. 114
pounds 2m price tag for organic farm. 113
Praise for architects; RYDER CUP BID. 116
Price rise needed to stabilise milk supply. 204
Princess shows interest in 'slipper' fit for a horse; NEW TOWN: Princess Anne learns about ground-breaking apprenticeship programme during Mid Wales visit. 353
Producing what customer wants. 530
Pugh sure that dispute will be resolved; RUGBY WORLD CUP. 156
Punch arrives for his big Melbourne test; RACING NEWS. 120
Put a little colour into your life. . .; DESIGN: How different shades can make a difference to you mood and outlook as well as your home. 1182
Rail challenge. 210
Ready to quit helm - but his personal agenda still there; FACE TO FACE WITH DAVID YOUNG. 1057
Register for training and business support. 123
Relaxed Calzaghe is ready and in confident mood; BOXING: Welshman is happy to have second billing. 611
Road link to generate 1,000 jobs. 252
Royal Welsh seeks pounds 400,000 from Assembly. 372
Rudik can make progress by dropping back in distance; TIPPING PROSPECTS. 458
Run for charity. 141
School 'should have held inquiry' EXCLUSIVE: Abuse claims scandal. 479
Scudamore carries on winning habit; RACING: Teenager strikes at Chepstow and sets himself new target. 603
Secure flats in Penarth for April '02; CONVERSION. 173
Seven on drugs money charges; LLANELLI. 268
Shelterwoods for Wales. 330
Show town hoping smallholders' event can spark an economic revival; BUILTH WELLS: Weekend attraction could kick-start recovery after loss of Royal Welsh. 436
Showhouses are unveiled; WIMPEY: Initial interest 'well above expectations'. 223
Showtime concert awaits headline act; MILLENNIUM STADIUM. 145
Simple agents of biological warfare today. 178
Slaying to the camera - with deadly effect. 766
Software keeps fertiliser use on track. 209
Soil sampling starts on land destined for Village complex; MERTHYR TYDFIL: Start of project 'to revitalise town'. 251
Somerfield introduces light lambs to customers. 181
Son lifts the roof his father thatched 33 years ago; VALE OF GLAMORGAN: Traditional trade runs in the family. 274
Sports utility that exudes sophistication. 467
Stalking centre stage as principled antagonist; Ageing thespian and raging politician, Kenneth Griffith holds court as his life and career is celebrated at Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff. 1995
Steaking a claim as nation's No 1. 103
Strategy for farming drawn up; CONFERENCE. 423
Students get NHS experience. 106
Stun guns option for British Airways. 125
Superhero is out to save the superhighway; Money - BATM: Chief executive, Dr Zvi Marom, is a real life Batman determined to make his company the biggest and best in its field. 345
Tax relief to ease plight of tenant farmers. 123
Thank you. 195
The 'Oscars' of the farming industry. 353
The Bodyguard; Westgate. 300
The over 30 month scheme. 157
Thomas eager to earn the credit he deserves. 582
Time to check on your security measures; An advertorial on behalf of NFU Mutual. 477
Timeless images from a master of simplicity of light and form; PAINTING: Harry Holland's latest work continues to develop his unique style. 443
Timetable angers students; ABERYSTWYTH: Campaign to keep Wednesday afternoons free. 216
Tracker predicts thefts will increase by 58pc this year; STOLEN VEHICLES: Wales and West of England hit worst. 135
Traditional breed meat sales soar. 267
Trusts can pass on assets without inheritance tax; Money - PERSONAL FINANCE: The old should plan wisely for the young to benefit fully from their assets. 559
Tunnel rail link muddle; RAILTRACK. 114
TV show defends royal sketch; SATIRE. 299
Tynan sounds warning for Rebels; BASKETBALL: Hatters game must take priority before European challenge. 393
Under threat. 145
Unfair to PM. 153
Universities decline with working students. 252
Use maker's instructions to assemble a new bath. 278
Vale victory a poor advert for game; Ebbw Vale 15 Edinburgh 10. 369
Veron's Premier impact underlined. 113
Virus strains patience of computer users; MAGISTRA: Infection spreads by e-mail and erases files on hard disk. 400
Vital role for UN. 224
Wanted: Wales's top women farmers. 602
War and pestilence; A SIDEWAYS LOOK with DAVID WILLIAMS. 1048
We need to take stock to beat recession; IN MY VIEW. 865
Welcome relief for livestock farmers. 305
Welsh tales translated into Irish; GOMER PRESS. 129
Welsh welcome benefits Irish. 293
Weston talks to Forum; CARDIFF. 105
What future for agriculture? 1226
What's on. 202
White Room is calming; InsideHomes. 171
Williams looks for some old Arsenal magic. 524
Wood not giving anything away - including the ball; RUGBY UNION: History is what you choose to make it says Ireland skipper referring to his country's recent chequered past. 533
World Cup resolution close. 119
World Trade talks begin. 417
World wonder Cooke adds her fourth title; CYCLING: Welsh girl successfully defends her road race crown. 535
Writer's death must not close abuse inquiry. 234
Wrong quote. 187
WRU launches its official calendar for 2002 full of emotive moments from recent games; MERCHANDISE: The national game extends its range of revenue-raising products. 267
X-Trail's Freelander challenge. 522
YFC - a vital support network; Profile. 689
You're entitled to see your personal file. . .; REDRESS: Property description, dogs, legacies and allowances. 797

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