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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (April 30, 2002)

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'Dig out ragwort before it kills'. 291
'Focus on volume, not niche markets' BEEF: Industry 'relying on gimmicks'. 537
'Mindless' attack on cormorant; LAKE VYRNWY. 239
270-job aerospace plant to close; AVIATION: September 11-effect blamed by US owners, while others detect an upturn. 508
Absent patients waste NHS millions; HEALTH: Cost of people not turning up for appointments is enough to pay for 300 hip replacements every week. 637
Afghanistan will keep captives; BAGRAM: UK forces will turn prisoners over to rulers. 145
Africa appeal. 140
Agri-food experts wanted. 196
Air hostess still waiting for her passport; DUBAI: 'She's well and staying with friends . . . it's just a matter of time'. 258
AM attacks decision to close plant with loss of 270 jobs; LLANELLI: Shock for aircraft industry workers. 258
AM welcomes police inquiry into care homes. 141
Amersham announces big sales boost. 120
Around Wales: Powys; Cold War relics find a new home down on the farm. 281
Around Wales: Wrexham. 102
Assembly backing unions against Treasury on PFI; TUC: Government will be challenged over finding private-sector solutions for public sector problems. 821
Auf Wiedersehen's Geordies take the shine off the glossy Forsytes; TELEVISION: Viewers ebb away from much-hyped revival of 1960s ratings-topper. 606
Badger not to blame. 155
Bedtime drink. 118
Big build-up for show; ROYAL WELSH. 200
Blair stands firm on cutting child benefit measure; PROPOSALS: Prime Minister says parents must share responsibility for their children's persistent truancy. 350
BNP leader ready to quit Wales to pursue success; POLITICS: No regrets if far Right man moves to England. 296
Boom in house prices likely to continue for rest of year; PROPERTY: Hometrack says rate of increase is accelerating as demand outstrips supply. 371
Bottom line; Westgate. 121
British food on festival menu; CULINARY DELIGHTS: Two-week promotion of Britain's foods this autumn. 556
Brown's appointment at Preston ends Hughes speculation; TARGET: Welsh soccer officials remain confident of holding on to Sparky. 350
Call for legislation report to be hurried up; COMMON LAND: Union says Defra has made no progress since consultation two years ago. 268
Call to cull badgers in 'balanced' TB control; CAMPAIGN: 'Stop re-infection'. 539
CARDIGAN: Town marks end of spring sowing with Barley Saturday parade. 138
Catalogue of animal cruelty revealed as charity launches 'vision' for welfare; CAMPAIGN: RSPCA calls on Government to review legislation. 355
Caught on camera. 107
Chairman's 20pc puts him in line for pounds 300m when Focus Wickes floats; DIY: Decision to join stock market reflects hunger for new share issues. 456
Chances of pregnancy fall from a young age; FERTILITY. 333
Charolais first back in the Ross ring; PEDIGREES: First sale since foot-and-mouth. 418
Chief executive pleased with progress at troubled quango; ARTS COUNCIL: Man in the hot seat oversees restructure challenge. 626
Children's fantasies translated; FICTION: New work by top children's author launched in Welsh and English. 490
Chip Week increased sales, says Potato Council. 150
City Market Report. 394
City's dream could turn into nightmare; PLAY-OFFS: Bluebirds must have right attitude, says Smith. 690
Clampdown on bullying demanded by Plaid; ASSEMBLY: Party seeks assurance. 210
Climate change? 236
Clinical evidence on OP poisoning discussed. 201
Clubs tight-lipped about pressure on Government over ITV Digital. 279
Coed Cadw restores wood. 184
Cold Harbour warming up for inaugural fixture. 221
Confident BNP on campaign trail certain of its challenge; Party's canvassing returns suggest victory of some kind is assured. 938
Connecting to challenges ahead; TRAINING: Improving business IT skills. 510
Costly challenge. 159
Couple mark wedding anniversary with donation; NOAH'S ARK: Funds continue to poor in for appeal. 241
Cymuned view. 583
Dairymen demand, 'Where's our pounds 51m?' MILK: Farmers deliver 51 bottles to Defra to highlight compensation claim. 610
Dawn raid kills nine; WEST BANK. 181
Deadline for draft access map. 141
Debate on racism. 110
Derrick believes side can recover from poor start; CRICKET: Coach hopes Glamorgan's season can be kick-started. 549
Doubt over DNA evidence; BACKPACKER. 333
Drive to ban hunting preying on falconry; Country&Farming Comment. 273
Early call for dawn chorus. 171
End of the world for Williams; SNOOKER: Welsh ace bitterly disappointed with his performance. 546
Enterprise makes the going good; LLANGEINOR: Evan rides a treble to stretch his lead in the jockeys' championship. 521
EU cash to take sting out of insect decline starving fish; ECOLOGY: Researchers say farming chemicals may be implicated in growing disaster that is leaving brown trout desperately short of food. 873
Evidence of gold chain doubted; WITNESSES. 281
Farmers have say on foot-and-mouth; OUTBREAK: Euro-MP gathers views ahead of inquiry. 358
Feather in cap for house sparrow; BIRD SURVEY: RSPB's Big Garden Watch shows the most popular visitors to Cardiff. 454
Film-maker in search of Welsh leading lady; FILM: Man behind blockbuster Sliding Doors seeks actress to star in bilingual project. 213
First place for three winners on first outing; HARNESS RACING: Final Wales and border counties meeting provided some entertaining wins. 506
Future player?; Westgate. 117
Gallacher praises 'best fans in the world' EXEMPLARY: Some 13,000 Scarlets supporters made the trip to Nottingham for the Heineken Cup semi-final. 449
Gareth Edwards denied place in list of Wales's national heroes; BOOK: Author says Carwyn James stands out as greatest. 262
Get a shearing head and travel the world; OPPORTUNITY: Shearing has never been better. 227
Girl says Owen asked for a kiss; ABUSE INQUIRY: Proceedings halted after fresh allegations about another teacher. 653
Good Food. 181
Guides tell how best to grow grass; FORAGE. 194
Hosts claim top trophy; GWENT: Young Farmers' Field Day at Usk. 363
Husband cannot aid wife's death; DIANE PRETTY: Judges say law on assisted suicide not a breach of human rights. 625
Internal problems wreck Prowting's annual profits; BUILDING: Recovery strategy put in place. 372
Irish raiders find a few prizes beyond their grasp. 531
IT course gives mother new start in job market; EMPLOYMENT: Training provider T2 Skills opens up opportunities for woman returning to work. 262
Jump season's good start; PONDEROSA: Stiff competition. 250
Keane United's best for Ferguson; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Most influential player ever. 435
Knifeman gets jail sentence; CARDIFF: Attacker put ex-girlfriend through terror ordeal. 265
Last whistle for football team; Retrospective Wales NEWPORT COUNTY: When the supporters' chants died away as club fell and folded. 665
Le Pen fears an assassination attempt; FRENCH ELECTIONS: Right-wing extremist taking 'all possible precautions'. 194
Leisure Ventures to buy training-tours holiday company; TAKEOVER: International Academy in pounds 7m deal. 583
Lesbian affair led to family conflict, murder trial told; CLYDACH KILLINGS: Victim's sister speaks of rift. 659
Ljungberg and Wiltord shoot Gunners five points clear; FAPREMIERSHIP: Bolton Wanderers 0 Arsenal 2. 367
Lottery revamp launched as slump in sales sees profits fall; CAMELOT: Operator to spend pounds 72m on new Lotto versions as drop in sales means less money available to give away. 213
Man held after woman hostage siege; PEMBROKE DOCK: 33-year-old hands himself over to police. 178
Marts. 210
Mature herds face EU threat; BEEF: Union warns that 30-months rule will jeopardise quality meat. 563
Mind the gap in train information; RAIL. 254
Ministers say some silly things. 124
MLC View. 451
More talk - about what's for dinner; COMMUNICATIONS. 263
Museum stages host of historical attractions. 135
Music. 125
New prayers for Rogation services; CHURCH. 144
Newport appoint from own ranks. 117
No home here for politics of division. 448
Organic milk co-op gift-tags hundreds of pintas; MARKETING: Hundreds of pints will be given away in the belief that it is so good it will sell itself next time. 345
Organics. 114
Park and rile the delivery drivers; Westgate. 135
Partners discuss setting up of red meat group. 212
Pilot project aims to tackle pig disease; PMWS: Study groups search for practical solutions. 202
Plan to station police tough in schools is welcomed; INITIATIVE: 'Link between truancy and crime is too great to ignore', says Education Secretary. 316
Police investigate attack on Hammam's car; CARDIFF CITY: Football club chairman's Audi was vandalised after play-off match. 218
Pollution kills thousands of salmon; ENVIRONMENT: Agency gathers evidence for possible legal action. 215
Pony and cob entries. 102
Pooler aiming for top spot as they face Tondu; NATIONAL LEAGUE: Gwent club in bid to attract more fans to final three home games. 397
Pop Idol wins top European TV award; MONTREUX: Judges rave over 'technically brilliant' production. 585
pounds 1.2m environment project launched; SNOWDONIA: Grant to fund land management scheme. 257
Protest march planned as factory lockout lasts a year; CAERNARFON: Warnings to Government and delegation to TUC, but still no settlement in sight for Wales's longest-running industrial dispute. 409
Raw recruits; Westgate. 102
Receipts available for EPS forms. 275
Recollections of radio rewound; Retrospective Wales: MEMORIES. 314
Regional final qualifiers; DRESSAGE: Equestrian centre. 337
Right-to-die woman's peaceful end; DEATH. 205
Rudy's rallying call to Cardiff to keep title push on track; WELSH-SCOTTISH LEAGUE: Coach wants same never-say-die attitude that beat Newport. 535
Rural Soap Box. 460
Safety executive aims hazard warning at children; CAMPAIGN: 'Hide and seek in the farmyard can result in tragedy'. 311
Sex abuse inquiry stalls after fresh evidence; JOHN OWEN. 330
Siberian tiger likely to go to German foundation; CARMARTHEN. 502
Simplest of productions a massive assertion and full of warmth; THEATRE: Hijinx founder members come together to create mini masterpiece in 21st anniversary year. 284
Special day at the races; CHEPSTOW: Countryside Raceday. 101
Special grant on way to help small schools; EDUCATION. 295
Spoilt by joys of the spring sale; Another chance for bargains between January and August. 662
Sport. 119
Stirling effort. 163
Strong Crawshay's side. 181
Summer rugby is the way forward - Davey. 464
Super silage. 162
Taking advantage of people's fears. 434
TBmedia frenzy is the story; UNION VIEW: When the scare overtakes and overshadows the story. 549
Tennis elbow, or a rod for your own backache; Angling CASTING: Prevent pain with correct action. 678
The ancient art of falconry takes flight in modern Wales; BIRDS OF PREY: Training and flying of airborne hunters is growing in popularity. 1202
Thordarson adopts positive approach to second leg. 515
Three hundred works by sculptor who retired to Wales offered to collectors; CERAMICS: Work by Reginald A Lewis forms centrepiece of auction. 281
Three-month search fails to find baby Oliver's mum; ABANDONED TODDLER. 447
Tir Gofal funding needed. 152
Today 's op could keep Wales 'keeper out of friendly against Germany. 299
Tom Jones will sing with the Blues for jubilee concert; POP: Band 'jumps at chance' to perform with superstar. 258
Tractors assurance. 151
Traditional bars prosper despite trendy rivals. 141
Vikings maintain unbeaten away record with stunning win at Headingley; RUGBY LEAGUE: Widnes coach describes his 'best feeling yet'. 307
Wales poised to play France on a Saturday evening. 385
Weekend of grouse courtship. 215
Welsh award. 141
What's on. 474
Wilkinson in line for England HQ mercy call to face the Baa-Baas. 221
Writers are urged to boycott literary festival; HAY-ON-WYE: Concern over new sponsor. 215
Zeta Jones overwhelmed by pony gift for son Dylan; SHOWBIZ: Hollywood star's baby gets royal treatment. 355

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