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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (April 19, 2002)

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'Idol' finalist more than happy to step onto the European stage; LEADER: Jessica Garlick is an 'ordinary girl' ready for Sony's transformation. 1305
'In-between' GCSE wanted; EXAMS: Pupils not having their Welsh-language skills properly recognised. 538
'Learners' cheating the system; EDUCATION COMMENT. 176
150 jobs lost in coking plant closure; LLANTWIT FARDRE. 143
Age of reason; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. 159
Airport puts pounds 50m yearly into economy; AIR TRAVEL: Independent consultants say CIA underpins some 3,000 jobs. 633
AM unveils rural action plan. 151
Anglesey-based pilot to be rewarded for bravery; AWARDS: Flight Lieutenant Steven Underwood stopped jet from crashing into houses. 379
Around Wales: Cardiff - Irate passengers hammer home their message to Treasury. 287
Assembly accused on diabetes deaths; HEALTH: Charity demands strategy to identify warning symptoms. 656
At least 21 policemen killed in rebel attack on convoy near police HQ; CHECHNYA: Ambush in capital Grozny comes only day after slaughter of 11 Russian troops further south. 295
Baby Ford gains some weight; FIESTA: Has it lost its way? 386
Battle for honours is hotting up; SCHOOLS RUGBY. 435
BOXING: Calzaghe and Brewer square up for their world title clash. 114
Brown's 'red' Budget could get Labour's grassroots going again; LEADER: Clear party battle lines have been laid down over paying for the health service. 915
Bullying sparks reminder by child helplines and website. 310
Campaigner claims he was beaten; MIDDLE EAST. 256
Cardiff aim to stake claim in hottest race for the crown; WELSH-SCOTTISH LEAGUE: Newport victory adds to excitement. 590
CD aims to help parents understand child's dyslexia; SPECIAL NEEDS: Bilingual guide provides parents with multi-sensory way of understanding child's difficulties and what they can do to help. 349
Celebrities sign up for fantasy shares charity. 115
Chance to break a leg; THEATRE. 120
Chancellor needs to help business, not bash it; MOTORING COMMENT. 213
City Market Report. 308
Coca Cola in sponsorship agreement with Glamorgan CCC. 105
Company's scientific equipment disappeared in India after 'hoax' e-mails; COURT: Three deny charges after rival firm's employee suffered mental breakdown following journey abroad. 276
Compass secures two contracts; CATERING. 121
Confident Calzaghe promises 'victory with style' BOXING: Welshman forecasts that fight will not go the distance. 453
Contempt 'extremely serious' HIGH COURT: Newspaper group faces fine. 143
Cool composition; EDUCATION BRITAIN. 159
Cost of eating; EDUCATION BRITAIN. 116
Country life; TELEVISION. 112
Cross-border raiders are preferred for castle facelift; BUILDING: Midlands-based company the preferred contractor to work on ancient monument. 128
Custodians; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. 110
Dai Rees gives museum a dress to show off his hat. 295
Debate allowed on Welsh 'embassy'. 189
DFS to pay out pounds 15m; WINDFALL. 148
Dignity of life; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. 138
Does your child want to go away to school?; INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS: Nowadays children have a major influence on their parents' decision regarding their secondary schooling and benefit accordingly. 1229
Drama; TELEVISION. 130
Driving on our nerves is only getting us run down; COURTESY CAMPAIGN: 'Often it is our own reactions and attitudes that can cause the problems'. 313
E-mail relay to keep youngsters up to speed. 588
Ensuring older people's needs remain a top priority; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE - HELP THE AGED: New Cardiff office will enhance services tailored to meet the needs of the over 50s. 304
Entrepreneur who launched EasyJet is to step down as airline chairman next year. 270
Equality of sexes sought in sport; ASSEMBLY: Women enjoy 'male' games. 214
Eriksson admits he faces World Cup squad dilemma; ENGLAND: Cole could force his way in. 308
Europe: Italy. 108
Faith in conflict; EDUCATION WALES. 226
Favourites Quins facing a tough test; YOUTH RUGBY. 297
FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Rugby star gives a helping hand for children to get a healthy start. 130
For one year only, what to see in Britain 2002; TOURISM: pounds 40m campaign launched to bring back foreign visitors and give economy a shot in the arm. 518
Friendly fire leaves no hiding places; LEADER: AFGHANISTAN. 504
Fundraising doctor sets off with the man. 281
Girl 'harassed by by teachers after making complaint' JOHN OWEN CASE: Pupil forced to quit, inquiry told. 540
Gladiator the bug is a 'living fossil' SCIENCE. 266
Gosden ace is proven winner. 318
Grossman's recipe for NHS nosh; DIETETICS: If hospital food was not so dull some pounds 45m in waste might be saved. 471
Health leaders weigh up where to put Budget bonus; FUNDING: Recruitment, retention and training on lists. 350
Health Minister moves to tackle domestic violence; LAW AND ORDER: Strategy to be developed. 265
Heddiw ar S4C Today on S4C; TELEVISION. 108
High cost of blazes started by children causing alarm; ARSON: New guidelines on tackling problem issued. 331
Higher pay could boost sciences; INVESTMENT: Roberts report highlights need. 310
Hiraeth makes for a blue Malibu. 157
Home thoughts from abroad; LEADER. 694
Horan promises World Cup tournament to remember; RUGBY UNION: Australia confirmed as sole hosts. 287
Hutt proposes leaders for new local health boards; HEALTH: Reorganisation 'to deliver better care'. 352
Insecure man accused his girlfriend of having affair; COURTS: Partner pleads guilty to making threats to kill. 331
Insider 's guide to shopping in Milford Haven; SHOPPING WALES. 755
Invention by doctor could save lives; VENTILATOR. 419
Island warden finds oldest living wild bird off the coast; ENVIRONMENT: Shearwater may have flown five million miles. 433
Israel hints at withdrawal; PALESTINE: Both sides pessimistic. 260
It's a power thing for the Assembly; LEADER COLUMN. 352
ITV Digital battle heads for courts; MEDIA. 344
James has faith in Hemp to make big impact; CRICKET: Returning player has best years ahead of him, says Glamorgan skipper. 669
Jim's stab at fencing cuts deep; CINEMA: The sword fights are for real in the latest Count of Monte Cristo film. 820
Junior doctors 'need more drugs training'. 156
Jury still out over baccalaureate; EDUCATION COMMENT. 129
Larger and sleeker with a flair for the dramatic; ROAD TEST: Hyundai coupe with a zest for driving and European feel could be mistaken for a new Italian supercar. 762
Lawrence refutes Macari's view of 'home' advantage; SOCCER: It will be same for City, says manager. 628
Leeds will beat drop - Richards. 154
London Irish star Williams faces his new club in cup final clash. 300
Look! Up in the skies! That could really be ET's little cousin. 225
Lord Richard to inquire into Assembly's powers; COMMISSION: A mix of political nominees and lay appointees. 506
Lorry driver who killed family of four jailed; TRIAL: Lost concentration claim after drugs discovery. 321
Microsoft slashes price of its expensive Xbox console; COMPUTER GAMES: pounds 100 cut off original cost of pounds 299. 261
Millions plan sick day off; WORLD CUP: Survey shows likely effect on absenteeism. 142
Minister calls for talks on state of Welsh rugby; SPORT: 'Decline of national game is of great concern'. 351
Monty and team on revenge mission; GOLF: Seve Trophy, Druids Glen. 392
More power for the S3 but price is the same; AUDI: New quattro an exceptional performer. 276
Morgan's pounds 17m package for hard-hit Valleys. 182
Most powerful Mondeo to date will go on sale in United Kingdom next month. 223
Mother says her daughter was bullied at Llanishen; BULLYING: High School accused of refusing to acknowledge the possibility of pupils victimising others. 528
Mumford vows to pay back Cusack; DIVISION THREE: Swans owe coach a victory. 475
New strategy lifts profits at Arcadia; RETAIL: 59.6pc increase. 600
No agency prosecution; EDUCATION BRITAIN. 116
No Welsh schools taking part in workload trials; CONDITIONS: Research carried out solely in England. 279
NOAH'S ARK: Botham gets in training for marathon walk with a round of golf. 106
Ofsted's edict on calculators; EDUCATION BRITAIN. 310
Parents mourn second child; OGMORE VALE: Quad bike victim's sister died in a car smash. 264
Personalise Peugeot with accessories of style. 231
Pilots weren't aware of the training area; FRIENDLY FIRE. 166
Pioneering surgery a success; PARKINSON'S DISEASE: Victim, 63, can walk again after experimental operation. 501
Plane crash a reminder of US terror attacks; MILAN: At least five killed, 60 injured as light aircraft ploughs into skyscraper. 402
Planners order destruction of 'green' house; PEMBROKESHIRE: Only one building in hidden eco-village will be torn down. 479
Positive Pontypridd awaken us from our rugby-watching coma; RUGBY UNION: Howells can be proud of the way his men play the game. 918
Prior will remember Cork; SOCCER: City owe debt to former manager, says defender. 656
Project reveals pollution in school yard; SCIENCE: Ceredigion school had results analysed by scientists which showed high levels of lead. 592
Regeneration package to help areas affected by Corus job losses; RECOVERY PLAN: First Minister announces pounds 17m funding for steel industry redundancy victims. 322
Retired consultant cleared of groping patients; COURT: Examinations were all part of normal medical practice, jury told. 306
Review. 522
Revision guides company revises internet strategy; EXAMS: Challenge website reopens. 237
Rough justice; EDUCATION WALES. 159
Saracens swoop to sign Quinnell; RUGBY UNION: Wales lock crosses border in staggering pounds 550,000 deal. 787
Schools selected for new exam; WELSH BACCALAUREATE: Designed to give students more skills and confidence. 800
Setback for the royalists; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. 474
Shopping Tastes/Kitchen appliances; SHOPPING WALES. 222
Skoda Fabia comes with passenger airbag. 122
Sleek new coupe has safety, style and power; MERCEDES-BENZ: CLK-Class will go on sale in June. 302
Smoking could reduce chance of conceiving a son; RESEARCH. 244
Space bugs come down to earth and multiply; RESEARCH: Scientist adds weight to theory that life could have been carried here by comets. 713
StockTake; SHOPPING WALES. 139
Stressed to death; EDUCATION WALES. 228
Sutherland's paintings are going home to St David's; ART: Pembrokeshire will welcome bequeathed collection where its creator discovered his gift. 388
Teachers oppose 'test' culture; SURVEY: Educators want examinations for 11-year-olds abolished. 314
Terrorist threat to Sellafield feared; EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT: MEPs call for inquiry. 133
The Eagle has landed as Breakingbury handed chance; RUGBY LEAGUE: Welsh teenager poised to make his cup bow against Cougars. 545
UN: thinkable; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. 203
Updates. 697
Vogts likes pre-match tipple. 154
Wales to effect an equally strict audit of NHS resources - but by what means? 334
We must give our children the opportunity to learn; OPINION: Early years education policy key now to our nation's future. 799
Webley and Morgan book places in quarter-finals; BOWLS: WIBC world indoor singles championships. 198
Webster confident that Bridgend can do it; VITAL CLASH: European place beckons. 552
Welsh ace Ludlow hits the target to gun down Barry; WOMEN'S PREMIER LEAGUE: Barry Town 0 Arsenal 1. 402
Welsh children believed safe. 244
Welsh health minister hosts autism presentation; EVENT: Two-year national training programme to be launched next month. 142
Welsh lines listed as investment priorities; RAILWAYS: Pressure group draws up list of urgently-needed priorities. 192
Welsh pair are no match for the top seeds in the competition; BADMINTON: European Championships, Malmo. 196
Welsh stars ready to leg it for the children; NOAH'S ARK: Botham leads start of appeal walk. 679
Welshmen ready for the battle; SOCCER: Johnson and Blake at heart of promotion confrontation. 853
Workers turn to gardening to relieve stress. 129
Yesterday 's results. 142
You are what you eat; EDUCATION WALES. 130
Young driver over limit when he died in car crash; INQUEST. 297

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