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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (October 30, 2001)

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'Cheap prices could end quality meat' NBA: Beef producers warn discount-led retailers are putting them out of business. 348
'Food scandals must end' HEALTH: Senior EU commissioner calls for action. 238
'I could hear the bombing north of Kabul and I could feel the ground shake'. 343
'Policy review will put small rural schools in jeopardy' EDUCATION: Cymdeithas says guidelines are a licence for wholesale vandalism. 646
'Son tried to suffocate mother, 83' COURT. 385
'Super-complaint' over the cost of private dentistry. 180
Alliance puts forward blueprint for future. 343
Ancient breed is in vogue; HI-TECH: Website selling Badger Face stock. 176
Archaeology; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. 124
Archbishop helps prisoner held in Japan; CAMPAIGN: Christians in Osaka offer support to Welshman convicted of manslaughter as friends try to free him. 403
Around Wales: BRIDGEND - Hannah's bridemaids were dogs. 276
Around Wales: Neath Port Talbot. 128
Around Wales: Swansea. 106
Around Wales: Torfaen. 108
BAA says 'still too soon' to predict future for aviation; AIRPORTS: Operator reports passenger traffic still down. 376
Bassett begins to weave his magic for Foxes; Blackburn 0 Leicester 0. 324
Beef returns to export menu after eight months; FOOT-AND-MOUTH: Relief for industry as disease restrictions are lifted to allow extension of pigmeat markets and more overseas trading. 632
Blair appeals to emotions to win back doubters; CAMPAIGN: Prime Minister to revisit the horrors of September 11 to focus waverers' minds on military aims. 705
Blair's nerve-steadying exercise; ASSEMBLY: Prime Minister will try to restore faith in campaign by re-stating his belief that cause is just. 741
Blair's rallying call; LEADER: Prime Minister to address National Assembly amid concern over war policy. 1284
Bluebirds are in the bidding for Irish international McLoughlin. 250
Bonfire to highlight student debt; EDUCATION: National Assembly urged to follow Scotland and restore grants. 456
Brother Joe can carry on good form over hurdles; GOOD PROSPECT: Versatile seven-year-old can score at Cheltenham. 527
Cadw cash for gardens; COUNTRY WATCH. 121
Campaign to re-open livestock marts; FUW: Union asks Assembly for support. 217
Cancer victim dies days after wedding. 172
CAT advice for minister; COUNTRY WATCH. 143
City Market Report. 321
Climbers are still critically ill. 161
Company expands operation; MEAT. 137
Contrast in attitudes; SPORTS LETTERS. 236
Cooper slams FA decision to punish ref Gallagher over Keane incident. 286
County seeks a young ambassador. 177
County's Kilner becomes the 20th managerial casualty. 286
Dancing away after the trophies; EQUESTRIAN - HARNESS RACING: First presentation dinner. 232
Defra announces reduction in disposal scheme payment. 270
Depression conference; MENTAL ILLNESS: Event in memory of newscaster. 233
Don't leave it too late; FARMING WATCH. 137
Dylan's majestic drama; THEATRE: Acclaimed production delights audiences. 125
Elton John fronts Royal Mail's Christmas ads. 187
England given November 5 ultimatum for team; CRICKET: EWCB gives Croft and Co 24 hours to make up minds. 409
Fairy-tale future for old chapel; ENTREPRENEURS: Two friends create an enchanted forest for children's parties. 557
Finding the real China in words and pictures; IMPRESSIONS: Artist's journey ends with extensive record of a changing city. 951
Fireworks frighten livestock; HORSES: BHS issues warning to keep animals safe on Bonfire Night. 314
Fireworkswarning; COUNTRY COMMENT. 189
Footpaths are almost fully open; TOURISM. 222
Force to be reckoned with. 135
Future of the 13-man game in South Wales is looking bright; RUGBY LEAGUE: Development officer is optimistic. 619
Gas engineers to face charges. 127
German poised to return to the fold. 217
Get dressage advice from world experts; EQUESTRIAN. 271
Good dogs and owners; COUNTRY WATCH. 115
Handling of crisis branded 'lamentable' UNION VIEW - FOOT-AND-MOUTH: Devon independent inquiry chairman lambastes government. 480
Happy return for Scrahan Cross; BACK WITH BANG: O'Neill-trained gelding storms to a nine-length victory. 554
Harris super show is massive boost to Wales ticket sales; RUGBY UNION: Cardiff ace is big attraction. 565
Hart hits back at architects who 'let down' Assembly. 422
Heddiw ar S4C Today on S4C; TELEVISION. 124
High price for drop of calm; FASHION: SHOP FRONT. 112
Hope for justice. 123
Hotspots are targeted as crime falls; CEREDIGION. 344
House for the future is floored by number of visitors; MUSEUM OF WELSH LIFE: Popular attraction is forced to close after just seven months while repairs are carried out to surfaces. 239
House prices expected to climb next year; PROPERTY: Nothing terrifying about expected slowdown, experts agree. 553
Iestyn makes his mark with fans; RUGBY: Player's good looks and skill make him a star on and off the pitch. 845
In the mood for potatoes; CAMPAIGN: BPC promotion offers something for everyone. 410
Ioan Gruffudd lands lead role in Man and Boy; FILM: Welsh star will play Harry in BBC production of Tony Parsons' best-selling novel. 213
Kanu will lead Gunners attack. 168
Landowners want ruling overturned; PUBLIC ORDER. 254
Leading sire dies; FARMING WATCH. 178
Legacy of hours behind the wheel could be a sore back. 253
Lesson worth learning on school closures. 338
Liffe board decides unanimously to recommend Euronext takeover bid; FUTURES: London Stock Exchange snubbed in pounds 555m deal. 319
Little red tractor serving up feast. 301
Livestock trading resumes; BRECON: Cattle market reopens under strict conditions. 171
Looking beyond the farm gate; INNOVATION. 193
Loyalist victim may be moved home; TERRORISM: Teenage soldier injured in Ulster protest 'very much better', says commanding officer. 520
Manics miss out on best band award; CEREMONY: Wales's premier rock group pick up best live act accolade. 369
Marines 'not ready' for Afghanistan; THE GULF: Defence Secretary says commandos need more time to prepare for operations. 636
Marketing coup in magical Beacons; LAMB: Blessed backs venture. 747
Medal for aide who saved MP; POSTHUMOUS AWARD. 287
Mee generosity; SPORTS LETTERS. 130
Millennium Stadium missing from European cup venues; SOCCER: FAW delays bids until 2004 or 2005. 415
Mini-earthquake fails to shake non-Premier resolve. 406
Minty lozenges 'help to win the battle against smoking'. 380
MLC targets Muslim communities; CAMPAIGN: Commission sees halal market as way to boost sales of lamb. 235
More land converted. 107
More time on the road spells more time off sick; MOTORING: Warning on the hazard just behind you. 314
Morley main GB doubt for Test series. 247
Mudiad sy'n symud gyda'r oes; Traed ar Y Ddaear - CLWB FFERMWYR IEUAINC: 'Gellir edrych ar yr aelodau fel gwarchodwyr y dyfodol'. 465
Munster manager Holland is against expanding the Celtic League. 498
Nature calls; COUNTRY WATCH. 161
Neath back the Russell attack on 'Gang of Six'. 382
New digital TV channel prepares for launch; TELEVISION: BBC promises high octane station with 90 minutes of programming in prime time for Wales. 367
New rights; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. 165
North Districts squad. 171
Obey the disease safety code, shooters urged; BIOSECURITY: 'Positive role essential'. 242
Organic forage database launched; SOIL ASSOCIATION. 252
Outlook is still good, says Rea; DISPERSE TECHNOLOGIES: Positive prospects at lotions and potions group, despite dipping into the red. 289
Owen ready to make a point for Liverpool; SOCCER. 292
Panel of experts to monitor state of Welsh economy; ASSEMBLY: Key members of committee 'to be academics'. 535
Passions ignite over Margaret; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. 263
Police launch search for serial killer; LLANDARCY: Murders of three teenage girls are linked by new forensic evidence 28 years after their deaths. 428
Police link three deaths as new evidence found; LLANDARCY: Teenage friends murdered 28 years ago may have been victim of one man, say officers. 571
Ponies head off around the world; EQUESTRIAN - PONY SALE: Fayre Oaks, Hereford. 153
Potty censorship. 176
Poultry show; FARMING WATCH. 118
Prince says support is essential; FOOT-AND-MOUTH. 423
Private service as former Lord Chancellor buried; LORD HAILSHAM: 'He lived life to its fullest'. 351
Profit drop likely to lead to job losses; MORGAN CRUCIBLE. 333
Proof that inquiry is feasible; COUNTRY COMMENT. 245
Quins' chance to make amends. 205
Race is high note for music teacher; EQUESTRIAN - HARNESS: Emma Lewis celebrates success at Horse of the Year competition. 216
Records broken for attendance, entries and the price of a yearling; BUILTH WELLS: 'Buyers were looking for quality young racehorses and I think many of those sold will become champions'. 938
Refugees to be issued with ID cards; ASYLUM SEEKERS. 532
Retiring president gives new trophy; EQUESTRIANDYFED: Welsh Pony and Cob Association AGM. 172
Retrial for drugs case brothers; CRIME. 312
RHONDDA villagers. 230
Ryan at the double to book Exiles a trip to Blackpool; FACUP: Newport County 3 Woking 1. 635
Senior Tory says party must change - or die. 218
Sky-high Petty cash boost; EXCLUSIVE: Swans chairman unlikely to authorise further signings. 913
Smith happy to have swift chance to gain revenge against Terriers. 471
Sportingbet. com remains on course to register a full-year profit. 360
Star helps foster appeal; CHILDREN: Councils work together to encourage carers. 233
Startling Moss; FASHION: SHOP FRONT. 117
Stewart pays tribute to retired stable star. 243
Strategy for organic farming urged; CONFERENCE: 'We need to bring UK into line with other European countries'. 839
Students prepare for trip to New Zealand; STUDY: Farmers to see techniques on the other side of the world. 470
Talking shop; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. 191
TBI and EasyJet deal finally takes off; AIRPORT: Long-running wrangle over cost of landing at Luton ends in long-term agreement. 563
Teachers strike in support of suspended colleagues. 355
Teen TV soap may be ditched; TELEVISION: Doubt follows sex charges and death of writer. 208
Teenager Cooke springs surprise on the seniors. 236
Television coverage of rugby in Wales is a fiasco - choosing channels a lottery; SPORTS LETTERS. 237
Think local to revitalise damaged rural communities, says business group. 228
Thorne out of City side for two weeks; NEW DISCOVERY: Striker has slight hamstring tear as well as a trapped nerve. 549
Tractor driving restrictions put off; REGULATION: Lobbying of European politicians wins period of grace. 306
Train conductor kills four in France. 210
Trimble fights for leadership. 173
Unearthing Tutankhamen's tomb; RETROSPECTIVE WALES - ARCHAEOLOGY: Since its discovery in 1922 the myths of the famous mummy are still potent. 937
Unhealthy state of the union; NO EASY SOLUTION: Current thinking will seriously damage foundation of Welsh game at senior level. 1242
Union backs move; FARMING WATCH. 159
Union vice-president visits; PEMBROKESHIRE: Conference and organic farm on itinerary. 153
Union wants 'safety net' extended; EXTENSION: Tir Mynydd shift needed due to exceptionally hard times. 236
US fighter pilots train in Snowdonia. 256
Vintage glamour; FASHION: Decoration and sparkle are just what's needed for winter blues. 411
Weekend could prove crucial for the four Welsh hopefuls; HEINEKEN CUP: Cardiff, Llanelli, Newport and Swansea looking for victories. 455
Welsh bowls stalwart 'Dai' Richards dies; OUTSTANDING CAREER: Former national president. 411
Wharton is giving future champions the right start; CYCLING: Local coach graduates to higher level. 454
Woman, 81, survives 60ft fall from cliff; PEMBROKESHIRE. 182
Working in partnership; NATIONAL TRUST: Call to 'work together to achieve even more'. 432
Workmen's Hall respected as it was paid for with hard-earned pennies of miners; RETROSPECTIVE WALES: MEMORIES WITH JOHN EDWARDS. 454
World's largest rotary mower cuts its teeth; McCONNELL: The Schulte 5026 is on a demonstration tour at airport fields. 202

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