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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (April 23, 2002)

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'Producers need Euro funds' DAIRY: MP warns the Government not to miss deadline for compensation. 508
'Woeful' provision criticised; WELSH-MEDIUM EDUCATION: Teachers and parents voice concerns over situation in colleges and universities. 369
A cove full of hopes and dreams; EXHIBITION. 179
Actress struck down by rare disease which causes significant memory loss; HEALTH: Julie Christie suffering from autographic amnesia. 328
All-women shortlists deadlock; LABOUR: Party likely to order constituencies to field female candidates. 591
Around Wales: Conwy; Refurbished almshouses to be reopened. 224
Art of survival in Snowdonia; DAVID WOODFORD: Landscape painter says he has carved himself a nice little niche. 792
Badger culls called for by NFU man; BOVINE TB. 240
Bringing out the Animal in Mitsubishi; Advertising Feature DOUBLE CABS. 347
Bupa 'alive and well' and confident about the future; HEALTHCARE: Group sees no challenge from Budget. 401
Calls for open inquiry into policing; STANDARDS: Report over abuses by South Wales Police brings swift reaction from politicians. 633
Campaigners plan march to London to highlight plight; COUNTRYSIDE ALLIANCE: Event in September will 'warn the Government that people have lost faith'. 230
Cardiff laid on a rapturous welcome for the Pope; Retrospective Wales RELIGION: A capital reception and tight security on the Pontiff's first visit to Wales. 631
Challenge launched to find best suckler herd; AWARDS: Charolais Society offers pounds 4,000 in prizes. 221
Chancellor 'leaves countryside out' BUDGET: Rural business and landowners feel excluded from 'community of entrepreneurship'. 490
Chicago on the market. 161
Children's hospital help. 163
City Market Report. 341
Clydach: 'This was not simply murder, this was a massacre' TRIAL: Prosecution opens case to tears from public and with apology to victim's lover. 725
Comfort and safety in New Look Relay; Advertising Feature CITROEN: Manufacturer confident that range will strengthen company position. 339
Companies urged to use internet to conduct their trade; CYBER-BUSINESS: Objective One programme helps pay for scheme to push more transactions onto superhighway. 384
Cottey back with pleasing ton. 194
Council praised for its action on disease; FOOT-AND-MOUTH: Local authority gives high-level satisfaction. 220
Crops shown on internet. 135
Dangerous call. 209
Dangerous turn to the right; Le Pen's victory in France is a warning. 677
Defence is the key to Ponty Shield success. 443
Disparity in arable aid highlighted; GROWERS: Payments inequity in Wales. 147
Dispose of mowings carefully; HEALTH: Eating grass clippings can prove fatal to equines. 125
Documentary. 137
Don't knock it. 265
Don't let dogs stray to kill new stock; WARNING: Urban and country owners warned to curb potential killers. 402
Don't panic, says James after defeat in opener; CRICKET: Glamorgan skipper stays positive after poor start. 739
Don't short-change the children. 317
Eriksson keeps tight lipped over Ulrika affair; SPOTLIGHT: England football manager fends off questions about his personal relationships. 211
European team plans visit; FOOT AND MOUTH: Euro-MP welcomes move. 178
Farm purchase was Emyr's only choice; VISIT: Keith Jones went to see a Mid Wales operation which is a great success . . . but what of the future? 452
Farming effort award. 186
Fears for children of asylum seekers. 233
Ferguson aware of German threat to United final hopes; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Old Trafford manager warns of tough test facing his team. 287
Ferry port angling for a cruise terminal to hook American visitors. 242
Finance sales warning; PRODUCTS: Consumers' Association concerned. 164
Forwards will decide Euro Cup semi-final; RUGBY UNION: I don't think it is going to be pretty, warns Leicester back-row ace Corry. 687
Fully-focused Botham watches the road unroll at 4.5mph; NOAH'S ARK: At the half-way stage, is the long-distance walker still enjoying it? Yes! 1019
Good, maybe, but grimy too; Westgate. 133
Greatest city. 293
Gwilym, 70, retires for second time; FUW: Veteran of 33 years has seen many changes. 566
Haulage firm brothers to be reunited with trucks. 193
Health. 112
Healthy eating at the GO2 food bars will help the local economy too; SCHOOLS: Pilot scheme with nutritious meals that are also fun relies on local suppliers. 478
Help the poor by paying fair price; Traidcraft makes sure Third World producers are properly paid. 761
Heroin death girl's mother backs charity information campaign; DRUGS: Addict Rachel Whitear who overdosed in dingy bedsit will be focus of education project. 189
Holders crash out in Schools cup upset; Neath Colll 8 Ysgol Bro Myrddin 11. 200
Howley faces another knee operation; INJURY. 290
Ian Botham learning about Welsh farming on his marathon fund-raising walk; NOAH'S ARK APPEAL: Cricketing legend half-way through march across Wales. 219
Ican to help children with speech problems; PEMBROKESHIRE. 305
Illegal meat imports ignored; Union View BUDGET: Chancellor finds no cash to prevent a possible disease outbreak. 413
Immoral society. 340
In this week; Retrospective Wales. 475
ITV Digital sale puts call centre jobs on line; TELEVISION: Administrators announce company will be sold as growing concern. 649
Jubilee fireworks warning; WELFARE: Appeal for public to consider animals when holding party displays. 418
Keeping up the supply of trace minerals; NUTRITION: Advice for producers on carrying winter benefits into summer. 261
Lampeter factory seeks staff; CHEESE. 178
Land managers urged to check draft maps of open countryside for errors; CONSULTATION: Meeting aims to discuss and iron out any discrepancies over access areas before final legally-binding charts are published. 397
Last link with wildwood of the Ice Age protected by law for first time; CONSERVATION: Authorities urged to follow new planning guidelines. 391
LEA to take new look at use of force on unruly pupils; INTERVENTION: 'An act of care to safeguard well-being'. 467
Learning to fish at feet of a master; DAI LEWIS: Angling legend said he did not read books but could read a river and all its secrets Angling. 669
Make sure your licence is valid in revised scheme; SHEARING: Those with red permits must reapply. 233
Man said 'girlfriend has lover, ' then body was found in pond; TRIAL: It was obvious he was drunk, court hears. 364
Manager appointed; FWAG. 205
Minister under fire over TB; TUBERCULOSIS: AMs accuse Carwyn Jones of not using powers to deal with disease. 402
MLC View. 488
Mo makes a comeback between the sheets; Books. 420
Mobile giant Ericsson announces 17,000 jobs cut; TELECOMS: Sales plummet 25pc in first quarter as global slowdown hits company. 414
More help for charities; SUPPORT: Taunton-based office for Welsh operations. 111
Mother admits killing boyfriend; COURT. 289
MPs warned of risk of boom and bust; POLITICS. 361
Murder trial jurors weigh up evidence; DAMILOLA. 223
Music piracy warning; INTERNET. 192
Nationalists face rising pressure; NORTHERN IRELAND: Beleaguered Adams pleads for continuing support. 415
New hours for doctors will help rural areas, says BMA; HEALTH: Concerns raised over adequate GP cover. 344
New Pickup range designed to make a major impact; Advertising Feature ISUZU: Replacing the Vauxhall Brava. 561
New title for meat body; PROPOSALS: Majority of support for organisation. 181
Newcomer gives owner a great birthday present; TAIR-GWAITH: Novices have to be split into heats. 186
Nintendo cuts price of GameCube; COMPUTER GAMES. 221
Nurses want 'substantial' rise Nurses want 'substantial' rise. 184
Parents to judge ads; FOOD. 128
Pay hike for Corus chairman approved despite protests; STEEL: Investors at annual general meeting outvoted by big city institutions. 534
Percentages. 125
Phillips brace puts County in fifth spot; Newport Co 2 Havant & W 0. 205
Plans in place for royal visit; GOLDEN JUBILEE. 167
Police fired into crowd killing nine during riots; INDIA: Protestors shot in the head to bring death toll to 851 in worst religious violence in a decade. 257
Police unit formed to deal with increasing illegal animal trade; WILDLIFE CRIME: Smuggling trend threatens endangered species around the world. 480
Possibility of DNA 'contamination' examined; HANRATTY CASE: Appeal Court judges consider forensic evidence. 492
Potteries club ready to stoke up fans' anger with reduced allocation; NATIONWIDE LEAGUE PLAY-OFFS: Cardiff City supporters expected to be awarded only 2,500 tickets for away leg at the Britannia Stadium. 447
pounds 200,000 grant could turn woodland activity centre into major attraction; COMMUNITY RESOURCE: Facility offers training and leisure opportunities. 488
Power giants planning merger; UTILITIES: National Grid and Lattice intend to form pounds 14.8bn company. 613
Purple patch for BBC Wales drama. 228
Rail safety fears raised; TRANSPORT. 153
Regional aid 'too focused on inward investment' REPORT: Call to target SMEs. 623
Reject flag's racist connections, says think-tank; ST GEORGE'S DAY: 'Celebration of football 'could change image'. 361
Roberts keeping alive his return to League football; NATIONWIDE CONFERENCE: Former Wales ace helping Daggers' bid for promotion. 549
Rock hero Eric Clapton receives dubious honour; MUSIC: Survey asks intriguing question. 266
Rolling in it; Westgate. 122
Rural Soap Box. 459
Sam's Down defeats General Custer; PENTYRCH: Welsh 'Grand National' attracts one of the largest point-to-point crowds. 500
Scholar to speak to committee; TRAVEL. 177
School buses safety claims; TRANSPORT: Yellow buses 'do not meet EU standards'. 186
Scrum-half Martens is joining Bridgend; WELSH-SCOTTISH LEAGUE: Swansea star wants more game time. 746
Sculptor chips in at wood fair day; DINEFWR PARK: Visitors from across South and West Wales represented all aspects of the industry. 315
Shock treatment. 231
Show on the road; MEETING. 159
Shrine of flowers grows on death spot; FRANCE. 210
Sires at service of festival; AUCTION: Llanybydder horse sale has an unusual feature. 127
Small club leads from the front; YFC: National finals approach. 622
Spectacular on wheels. 126
Stadium invited by Assembly to ask for FA Cup final funding; CARDIFF: Culture Minister announces possible deal. 379
Standstill 'unmanageable'. 275
Steelmen looking for league improvement; TONIGHT'S FIXTURE: One win in last 10 matches. 296
Stenna puts truckers in the club; Advertising Feature. 262
Stenner leads the way for Steel; SILVER BALL: British Steel 26 Bridgend Athletic 22. 174
Success of conference paves the way for world summit in Johannesburg; ENVIRONMENT: Rhodri Morgan addresses delegates on Wales's contribution to issues of sustainable development. 254
Surrey look the part in quest to regain title; FRIZZELL COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP: Round-up. 439
Suspicious minds. 157
Tangled life of a loving mother ended in killings; MURDER TRIAL: Mandy Power had a wide circle of friends after marriage break-up, court told. 761
TB strikes a ravaged industry; Country & Farming Comment. 318
Telecoms firms slash workforce; EMPLOYMENT. 217
The champion Welsh Cob stallion wins supreme award; LAMPETER WELSH BREEDS SHOW: Exactly 500 entries judged in 32 classes at well-attended annual event. 792
The greatest day in Cardiff City's history; 75th ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL: Memorable Welsh victory at Wembley - on St George's Day. 1100
The price pupil paid to be noticed; INQUIRY: Witness tells of visit to Soho porn cinema then sharing teacher's room. 939
The taste of things to come; FOOD: Minister launches GO2 pilot scheme in school canteen. 435
Top prices paid for prize bulls at society show; WELSHPOOL: Charolais crossbreds drive sales to peak at 3,700gns with 37 lots coming under the hammer. 450
Two models combine shape with a competitive edge; Advertising Feature SUZUKI: Special Edition Jimny 02 is ideal for first-time 4x4 buyers while the Grand Vitara XL-7 offers super value and space. 378
Two premieres for BBC Now; MUSIC: New works by acclaimed young composers specially commissioned by Radio 3. 351
UK political forces unite against extremist in Paris; POLITICS: Labour, Tories and Lib-Dems turn their fire on Le Pen. 569
Uncertain times for institution of marriage; RELATIONSHIPS: Weddings may be giving way to celebration of partnerships. 692
Union backs ballot. 289
Vauxhall insurance on the web; Advertising Feature. 170
Vets' stance. 237
Village people need pounds 25,000 a year to keep flag flying; SPONSORS: CLA backs drive to raise cash for travelling show. 391
Wales records highest number of liver fluke cases; PARASITES: Farmers warned to give preventative treatment as acute incidences rise sharply. 313
War-crimes inquiry urged at Jenin; ISRAEL. 520
Welsh rock video launched; S4C. 213
Welsh-language teaching slated by inspectorate; EDUCATION: Pupils 'entered for wrong exams'. 313
What's life is art; Westgate. 300
What's on. 340
Whirlwind grinds to a halt as the match is too slow; SNOOKER: Welsh ace Dale and fans' favourite White have their opening session ended early in Sheffield. 522
Why we should be in eurozone. 233
Wildlife-friendly training. 176
Wind of change. 195
Witness tells of abuse and his fears of 'cult network' JOHN OWEN. 335
Worker lost finger and thumb in factory machinery; COURT: Friction Dynamics guilty of failing to ensure safety. 408
Works by Renaissance genius to be exhibited at Welsh art gallery; QUEEN'S GOLDEN JUBILEE: Collection of drawings by Leonardo by Vinci, housed at Windsor Castle, will be touring handful of UK venues. 505
World: India. 102
WPP remains cautious as revenue fall continues; MARKETING. 312
Y corff amaethyddol mewn cyflwr gwan ac yn dioddef o afiechyd arall; Y DICIAU: 'Petai'r Llywodraeth wedi cymryd y camau priodol yn gynnar gellid bod wedi lleihau'r afiechydon a byddai'r corff amaethyddol yn iachach'. 357
Yellow camera nearer; TRAFFIC: Speed checks must be more visible. 177

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