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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (August 1, 2002)

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`Crank killer could still be on loose' COURT: Defending barrister in case of murdered Anglesey widow suggests other possible suspects. 615
`Entrepreneurship key to prosperity' COMPARISONS: Report highlights `extent of challenge' the economy faces. 583
`Lessons have been learned' from loss-making centre; ARTS: Minister is confident that costly fiasco will not be repeated. 224
`Silent killer' warning to holidaymakers; CARBON MONOXIDE: British Gas urges travellers to take care. 183
`The stress was just too much to bear' RAPE CASE: Rising rugby star's weeks of hell. 671
`We've run low on petrol stations' ECONOMY: Retail association calls on Government for action as 1,000 forecourts close in a year. 706
Babies may be mentally retarded by iodine deficiency. 151
Backing for extra powers expected; DEVOLUTION: Members of commission named. 311
BBC Wales considers move from Llandaff to Cardiff Bay; BROADCASTING: Sale of current HQ could raise pounds 10m. 299
BEIRUT Eight shot dead in ministry. 236
Berth of a money-spinner; FISHGUARD: Another marina planned as part of ring of yacht havens around Wales. 681
Best is recovering well from liver transplant; OPERATION: Former football star talks to family and might be allowed to leave the intensive care ward today. 530
Beth am y defaid colledig? 641
Bill calls for S4C cash fillip; FUNDING: Legislation should aid digital channel, says report. 221
Bomb-makers get 15 years each; CARDIFF: Judge rejects cock and bull story about being given bombs in a taxi. 578
Boy gets four years for rape that led to suicide; SENTENCING: Victim's ordeal and subsequent treatment at trial blamed for fatal overdose. 375
BT announces huge rise in `e-payphones'. 158
Busy Bee flourishing. 123
Butlin's site sized up for hospitality college; BARRY ISLAND: University shows council its plans to move leisure-management school out of Cardiff and to create modern facility with hotel and conference rooms on coast. 390
Cable fault cuts off homes and offices; MERTHYR: Town loses power for nearly hour. 124
Call for research into devastating disease; CAMPAIGN: Support grows for couple fighting to save their young son. 406
Cardiff. 109
Carmarthenshire. 108
Cars are more reliable now, despite the rising recall figures. 415
CERDD DANT Festival returns to Aberystwyth after six years. 256
Ceredigion. 104
Children are kept indoors after attempted abductions. 182
City Market Report. 378
Commonwealth Games 2002: A touch of positive thinking can lead to great things. 765
Commonwealth Games 2002: Athletics: Tullett totally focused as she delivers third Welsh track silver; ATHLETICS: Swansea Harrier ready to go into European championships with confidence. 471
Commonwealth Games 2002: Athletics: Welsh gold hopes turn silver in final stride; Relay team head over heels at medal ceremony. 617
Commonwealth Games 2002: BADMINTON: Morgan off to a flying start; Defending champion strolls into second round. 532
Commonwealth Games 2002: BOWLS: Welsh final hopes founder in the rain as Wilkins's team are edged out; England show South Africans how to play wet weather game. 401
Commonwealth Games 2002: BOXING: Doherty claims elbow cost him medal dream; Just over a minute into quarter-final feisty Welshman sustains cut eye and contest is stopped. 428
Commonwealth Games 2002: CYCLING: Welsh riders set new record but miss out on the medals; Australians dominate men's events. 343
Commonwealth Games 2002: JUDO: Wales confirms stature with two more bronze medals; Preston and Scourfield add their names to Games roll of honour. 794
Commonwealth Games 2002: SHOOTING: Newport hot-shot Wixey goes close to second medal; Only two points behind bronze medallist. 466
Commonwealth Games 2002: SQUASH: Gough and Evans aim to win revenge match; England may have to pay high price for refusal. 431
Commonwealth Games 2002: SWIMMING: Baker powers to 50m gold with Olympic call. 387
Commonwealth Games 2002: TABLE TENNIS: Griffiths gains valuable experience. 315
Commonwealth Games 2002: Weightlifting: Double silver lining for golden girl Breeze. 635
Congregation fights closure; DENBIGHSHIRE: Appeal submitted to save chapel. 263
Conwy: Tramway takes centenary celebrations all the way to top. 267
Cost of shedding staff may have led to failure; ASW: Union's claim. 531
Cottage industry in a kitchen cuts the sugar; CEREALS: Dietician establishes business to provide healthier eating. 172
Councillors to receive report on fiasco; EDUCATION: Independent investigation completed into appointment. 306
COURT Robber on early release holds up takeaway. 397
CRICKET: Glamorgan pair Morgan, Lewis in line for the top job. 491
Denbighshire. 105
Diana memorial `a national nothing' FOUNTAIN: Almost five years after her death, the design for a pounds 3m water feature in London to commemorate Princess's life is finally chosen - but dismissed as a washout. 723
Dramatic twist in language battle; THEATRE: Festival play reflects real-life events. 611
EDUCATION Teachers offered three-year deal. 216
EDUCATION University rolls out music suite. 267
ENDOWMENTS Friendly cuts bonuses on long policies. 237
ENVIRONMENT Bid to boost water industry competition. 172
Exploring opportunities for young people in Wales; SPONSORED BY LLOYDS TSB. 480
Farmers plan 24-hour national strike to stress plight; AGRICULTURE: Union warns withholding produce could lead to more imports ending up on supermarket shelves. 348
Firefighters first makes sense, say struggling paramedics; 999: Ambulances missing target. 733
Football: City have to earn right to go up, Wolves manager warns; PRE-SEASON FRIENDLY: Cardiff City 0 u Wolverhampton Wanderers 1. 682
Football: Middlesbrough still locked in talks with target Boateng. 337
Football: Steaua players are out to impress; SOCCER: Swansea showcase for goalkeeper and defender. 470
German enters school closures row; ASSEMBLY: Deputy First Minister attacks Labour council. 211
Go-ahead for largest offshore windfarm; ELECTRICITY: Project based five miles off North Wales coast. 316
Go-ahead for windfarm and `tourist attraction'. 194
Golf: Montgomerie now desperate to defend title after change of mind; EUROPEAN TOUR: Volvo Scandinavian Masters. 272
GOLF: Top golfers in action. 134
Golf: Williams celebrates his birthday by knocking out seeded Smith; GOLF: Welsh Amateur Championship, Conwy. 508
GREECE November 17 terror group `still alive'. 184
HEALTH Heroin use may explain rise in liver disease. 342
Inquest into waterfall death; NEATH: Hearing to open after boy, 16, dies at beauty spot. 236
LANGUAGE Cymuned compared with BNP. 405
Lawyers to claim against police on case. 382
LEGISLATION Hunters ride in defiance of Scottish law. 218
Letter: Education hijacked. 289
Letter: Hurtful remark. 202
Letter: Pupils' views. 154
Letter: Soloist ignored. 132
Madonna's former backing singer to appear at Brecon Jazz. 160
Mediterranean birds make home in Wales. 250
MENTAL HEALTH Protesters to march against reforms. 490
NEWPORT Mediaeval ship to go on view for two days. 403
Opinion: A multi-skilling step too far. 354
Opinion: Protect innocent. 126
Pembrokeshire. 118
Powys. 114
Promising our language a future; Assembly Government's commitment is matter for national rejoicing. 999
Question of anonymity back under the spotlight. 214
RACE RELATIONS `Ignore Anne Robinson week' urged. 298
Racing: Coughing Hawk Wing will miss York. 112
Racing: Johnston's staying ace poised to take the honours; TIPPING PROSPECTS. 413
Racing: Rock into record books with sixth group one; RACING: Yesterday's action from Glorious Goodwood; today's three racecards; top tipping prospects. 787
RUGBY UNION: Weatherley on his way from troubled Vale; Steelmen ready to announce the redundant six. 474
RUGBY UNION: Youngsters on parade. 135
Seven killed as Israeli cafe is turned into a bloodbath; CARNAGE: British teenager describes bomb horror in Jerusalem. 626
Sgrin to draw eisteddfod visitors into world of film, TV and new media; ST DAVID'S: Media agency has planned a week of activity including workshops and information sessions at its inaugural pavilion. 403
Shops overcharge for shoddy snaps, says survey; CONSUMERS' ASSOCIATION: Photo processing. 355
STORES Selfridges shakes off talk of slowdown. 231
Strike leader steps down but legacy lives on; ARTHUR SCARGILL: Coal industry `bled to death' under controversial left-winger. 1024
Study reveals increase in fraud; RESEARCH: Economic uncertainty blamed for rise. 574
TAKEOVER P&O bidders wrangle over `regulation'. 347
Teacher and NUT consider suing the governors; SUSPENSION: Social services complaint to be investigated but NUT calls on Assembly to intervene. 307
Teenage boys named and shamed by a judge; CARDIFF CROWN COURT: Sleeping tramp turned into a human fireball. 244
Tesco loses Levi's legal clash; HIGH COURT: Judge rules supermarket had been selling jeans illegally. 428
TEST CASE Daytrippers win customs battle. 245
The Welsh wonders excluded from UK list; YELLOW PAGES: Tourism snub. 634
There are no quick fixes, German warns farmers; CARDIGAN: Minister launches series of `at home' sessions at agriculture show. 210
Three accused of quiz swindle. 177
Throwaway razors at pounds 2.49 for 10 are better than pounds 1,200 laser treatment, say women; CONSUMERS: Watchdog questions value for money of long-term hair-removal options. 293
Top judge refuses to cut murderer's tariff; BURGLARY: Lord Chief Justice, Lord Woolf decides against a reduction. 344
Trinity Mirror `on track' despite tough times; MEDIA: Newspaper group chairman optimistic following progress with restructuringllsom. 322
TV fans take on council over satellite dishes; BRECON: National park authority may face ballot after it tells residents they are contravening planning laws. 644
Twin curse of Aids and famine threaten death toll never witnessed before; A major education programme is being undertaken in Malawi in an attempt to halt the spread of the deadly HIV virus; Completing her reports from Malawi, Anna Ralph looks at the devastating impact of Aids. 1140
Waiting lists reach new peak; HEALTH: Opposition condemns `national disgrace'. 220
Westgate: Fashion tip. 208
Westgate: Food business to help Malawi. 214
Wrexham. 104

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