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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (August 13, 2002)

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`Hidden' homeless put pressure on two towns; POWYS. 390
`Man Who Never Was' doubt dismissed; GLYNDWR MICHAEL: Claims that body that changed the war was not Welshman's do not impress Legion. 496
`Non-smoking demand grows' RESTAURANTS. 133
2001 case may be linked. 164
38 jobs lost as airbag maker ceases production. 160
A wealth of data available on what people are eating. 153
All-clear after asbestos find. 134
Ancient site cleared of rhododendrons to encourage native species to thrive; DYFFRYN WOODS: Coed Cadw aims to clear 12 acres of alien plant. 427
Angling: Welsh youth team shows promise; COMPETITION: Wooden spooners they may be, but they gave a good performance. 474
Around Wales: Merthyr Tydfil. 119
Around Wales: Monmouthshire. 124
Around Wales: Newport. 123
Around Wales: Wrexham. 126
Arts Wales: Eagle lands mixed bag and all that jazz; BRECON: Theatr Brycheiniog manager uses his experience as he plans ahead. 589
Arts Wales: Photography student takes pride of place at open art exhibition. 233
Arts Wales: Review: Exceptional standard of playing testimony to conductor's achievement; National Youth Orchestra of Wales Flame & Fury St David's Hall Dewi Savage. 245
Asian haze blanket threatens hundreds of thousands of people. 273
ATHLETICS: Britain ready to take on the world again, say leading athletes; Commonwealth Games and European Championships boosts confidence. 495
ATHLETICS: Gold hero Jackson urged to maintain his ties with athletics in Wales; END OF AN ERA: `There will be opportunities for him to be involved,' says Brace. 765
Beacons to light the way for London march; COUNTRYSIDE ALLIANCE: Bonfire campaign. 227
Beef and sheep producers invited to demonstration farm open day. 218
Beef producers seek talks over disease; BOVINE TB: In some counties more than 20pc of farms face restrictions, says NBA. 386
Being positive brings the best results; A-LEVELS: Students and their parents urged to work at lowering their stress levels as they wait. 922
Biodiversity officer appointed; BRECON BEACONS: National Park prioritises ecology. 230
Blair `needs public on Iraq' POLITICS: Mixed messages from US, says Mandelson. 240
BOWLS: Severe pain forces Brenton off the green. 236
Brave Frankie still fighting for life. 170
Broadcaster devotes a night to the horses; S4C: Celebration of Welsh Pony and Cob Society. 250
Cancer drug backed; HEALTH: Leukaemia patients given new hope. 313
Care home manager `made woman's ears bleed' COURT: 41-year-old denies four counts of actual bodily harm. 279
Catatonia album due out a year after split. 320
CCW tackles fishing policy; REPORT: Aim for more responsible practices. 250
Charity offers free bird survey on land; RSPB: Wildlife alliance. 491
Committee takes the reins to revive classic racing; CEREDIGION: Five enthusiasts organise independent meeting following end of link with Aberystwyth Show. 160
Consignia vows to tackle stray letters; POSTAL SERVICE: Watchdog decides against pounds 8m fine over failed delivery targets. 452
Council cleans up its streets; RHONDDA CYNON TAFF: Less rubbish missed. 125
Cricket: England denied by solid Indian batting; SECOND TEST: Questions asked about decision concerning the light on Saturday night. 745
Cricket: South Africa storm to superb 54-run victory over Pakistan; MOROCCO CUP: Gibbs leads way with century. 240
Cricket: Yorkshire crisis. 122
CYCLING: Cooke recovering at her Italian base after retiring from Tour; Commonwealth champion tired after Manchester Games success. 218
Dairy herdsman stays in control by getting mix right; DIET: Cows have constant supply of fresh food at their disposal. 445
Debut of Gorau Glas, the Welsh blue cheese. 193
Decades of success. 147
Decision imminent on preferred site for pounds 30m neighbourhood hospital; HEALTH: Pioneering facility likely to be sited on reclaimed land at Merthyr Tydfil. 514
Dedicated foster parent wins Mum of the Year title; COMPETITION: `Unsung heroine' nominated by grown-up daughter. 364
Deer officer appointed; BASC: `Promoting best practice'. 133
Designer living with hefty price tag; CARDIFF BAY: Demand for luxury apartments still strong as prices soar beyond reach of most buyers. 582
Different types. 150
Drugs recall hits PowderJect as investors react. 233
Ebony Princess queens it; LLANIGON: Harness race meeting provides grand finale to district show. 563
Ebookers gains from more web use; TRAVEL: Sales up and losses cut. 216
EC bid to stretch year feared; PAYMENTS: NFU in protest. 484
Family's wait goes on with burial site unknown. 294
Fashion: Fashion's forgotten women get stylish; Tesco has come up with a trendy but affordable range of clothes for mothers-to-be. 608
FASLANE: Protesters swim into nuclear base. 246
Fat stocks. 169
Father tells of his abduction fears. 252
Father's hunger strike pays off as coma victim secures operation; HEALTH: NHS trust agrees to fit special pump after surgery was initially ruled out due to lack of funding. 362
Fighting fund to save memorial. 176
Finalists line up to deliver The Biz to TV audience; TELEVISION: Entrepreneurs in Pop Idol type show. 482
First solo Atlantic sailor still goes unrecognised; TRIBUTE: Calls by local historian to have plaque erected to mariner's epic 1876 voyage fall on deaf ears. 431
Fishing hooks youngsters' interest; CARMARTHEN: Open day at special ponds project. 218
Football: Arsenal on brink of greatness, believes Lauren; PREMIERSHIP. 338
Football: Contract waiting if Leo can prove his worth; BLUEBIRDS: Lawrence hails striker after man-of-match performance. 793
Football: Croatia to make wholesale changes for clash with Wales. 374
Football: Dragons strong enough to cope without two injured players, believes player-coach Russell; WREXHAM: Strength in depth. 571
Football: Home form the key to successful Bluebirds campaign; `Teams coming to Ninian Park will be fighting for their lives,' warns Lawrence. 446
Football: Savage to miss first two games; BIRMINGHAM: Welsh midfielder pays price for total commitment. 299
Football: Sir Bobby stresses importance of trip; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE. 268
Football: Williams hopes to challenge for starting slot after summer spent working on fitness; DIVISION THREE: Former Coventry striker wants to play down `super-sub' tag. 683
Ford to sell car repair chain for pounds 330m. 222
France. 104
Generosity rewarded. 102
GOLF: Woods cruises to fourth title of the season. 298
Grave is in vagrant's name. 106
Grey-haired rockers still have their fans; MUSIC INDUSTRY: Veterans return to the charts. 414
GROUSE SHOOTING: Patchy start to `Glorious 12th'. 126
Hopes rise for Peter Shaw's release; GEORGIA: Minister predicts kidnapping will be over `soon'. 201
Hospitals face closure so doctors can get some sleep; HEALTH: EU rules magnify staff crisis. 741
Jail sentence doubled for armed women who tried to rob shop; CRIME: Small premises entitled to such protection as the courts can provide, says appeal judge. 364
Joint venture to produce steel frames for quick-build homes; CONSTRUCTION: Corus and Redrow win EU approval. 211
Keep on the straight and narrow if you have a footpath; RIGHTS OF WAY: Landowners threatened with fines if they obstruct routes. 415
Kidnapped Peter Shaw enduring a `living hell' GEORGIA: `Too valuable to kill'. 641
Lawyer hits at Railtrack payout offer; POTTER'S BAR. 242
LEADING ARTICLE: Act now to save our hospitals. 328
Leading Article: Minister's home visit. 160
LEADING ARTICLE: The real cost. 162
Major vein `cut by mistake' MEDICINE: Hearing told doctor was inexperienced. 202
Market Report. 383
Meet the Fimbles; TELEVISION. 196
Memphis diary: Tupelo's shrine to the king; Real Radio programme director Terry Underhill reports from Memphis in the build-up to the 25th anniversary of Elvis Presley's death on Friday. 572
Middle East origins. 233
MLC View. 464
More tough times ahead, Old Mutual group warns; EQUITY MARKETS: Profits dip but dividend maintained. 338
Mugabe warns farmers; ZIMBABWE: `The game is up,' president tells whites. 257
Necks on the line keep the judges busy. 643
Need for momentum. 299
New abattoir opens; MEAT: `Travel time can be minimised'. 147
North Wales women show legionnaires' signs; WREXHAM: Pair visited town where outbreak is prevalent. 309
Organic symposium. 157
Outbreak rule move welcomed by farmers; LEGISLATION: 20-day standstill relaxation averts protest. 517
over future of scheme; TIR MYNYDD. 204
Police hunt driver seen struggling with children; MISSING GIRLS: Police admit receiving `significant' tip-off days ago. 499
Police to fine troublemakers on the spot; LAW AND ORDER: Civil rights group says scheme could make courts' workload greater. 335
Racing: Channon's Countess can rule again; RACING: Top tips; runners and riders at today's two meetings at Brighton and Newton Abbot. 464
Racing: Jockey Club role keeps Rutter in racing. 180
Rain failed to dampen spirits of the competitors; UNITED COUNTIES SHOW: Packed and varied programme encouraged visitors to brave the heavy showers for two-day event. 757
Rain tips most starters out of the saddle. 587
Ram sales are back; BUILTH WELLS: Impressive start to season. 664
Reader's letter: Airport link. 287
Reader's letter: Inequality scandal. 334
Reader's letter: Mutations. 152
Reader's letter: Pagan symbolism. 264
Reader's letter: Rail surprise. 159
Reader's letter: Report biased. 157
Reader's letter: Ship suggestion. 147
Reader's letter: TV deal for deaf. 168
Reader's letter: War on Iraq. 357
Retrospective Wales: In this week. 454
Retrospective Wales: When the hills became a burning waste; DRY DAZE: We all love a little sun - but not to the extent of the parched year of 1976. 690
Rooms with a view. 165
RUGBY LEAGUE: Warrington look for fourth coach in a year. 240
RUGBY UNION: IRB wait on Australians for Tune decision; WALLABIES: Player's career under a cloud despite ARU support. 526
RUGBY UNION: Norling issues warning after referee attacked; Tri-Nations incident could have major consequences for the sport in Wales. 708
RUGBY UNION: Pontypool launch scathing attack on WRU's youth policy; Club says it was `forced' to scrap its development team over Cobner's document outlining the way forward. 332
Rural Soap Box. 447
Sale of legendary tractors creates interest across UK; AUCTION: Lovingly-restored machines could fetch up to pounds 10,000 each. 557
Scarlets support FUW sales pitch; EISTEDDFOD. 128
September 11 cuts airport use by 11pc; CARDIFF INTERNATIONAL: Dented numbers expected to be more than reversed by bmibaby. 475
So far, the mole is making a bit of mountain for diligent smallholder; Common pests can be a nightmare for smallholders. Liz Shankland shares her experiences and wonders whether others may be able to provide a solution. 582
So many parents just waiting for a phone call; MISSING CHILDREN: There are many more cases than most people realise. 759
Special pony and cob festival helps to pull in the crowds; ABERAERON: Seaside town hopes display will become an annual event. 290
Stan Bowen's fight to cure the NHS; Family's campaign for stricken son illustrates many of the problems that beset the health service. 1054
Status Quo. 124
Strike action could spark summer of unrest; Industrial relations. 501
Strong demand for uncut diamonds; DE BEERS. 287
SWIMMING: Snubbed Morgan answers selectors in style; Welsh teenagers shine at National Youth Championships. 563
Teacher's shock. 189
Teenager found injured under flyover; PORT TALBOT: Drunken youth who should have gone home `may have been pushed'. 337
Top chef tastes a fine future; PROFILE: Colin Gray. 502
Traed ar y Ddaear Diwygio'r CAP yn golygu toriadau; EWROP: Gall y newidiadau i'r Polisi Amaethyddol Cyffredin gael effaith andwyol. 297
Train drivers union urged to halt 48-hour strike; NORTH WALES: Operator First North Western facing first in series of damaging action over pay dispute. 253
Training centre to improve food hygiene standards; WELSHPOOL: First dedicated centre of excellence. 270
Trip to Edinburgh paid off for Bevan; HARNESS RACING: I'm Still The Man stormed home on first day of meeting. 217
Troops return to UK pork. 184
Trust extends counselling service; FOOT-AND-MOUTH: Anxiety `not a sign of personal weakness'. 287
Union View: Producers worried by low farmgate price for a pint coupled with trend towards internationalism; DAIRY: Paris meeting to focus on problems of industry that provides an important source of nutrition. 464
Warning after `drink and drown' death; MUMBLES: Postman's body discovered by cliff rescue team. 345
Water and power supplier sees profits soar; UTILITIES: Figures prove success of wide-ranging strategy, says RWE. 223
WDA may buy ex-steel site; EBBW VALE: Plant clearance expected to take two years. 128
Weather dampens start for shooters; GROUSE. 256
Woman, 90, tricked. 114
Work starts on 200 medals for world's best shepherds; SHEEPDOG TRIALS. 281

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