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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (August 31, 2002)

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`A state of shock and mourning'. 863
A better world is possible - the cost of failure is unimaginable. 466
Alun Rees on TV: Rude Ruud's double digit delivery was uncalled for in European romp. 740
Antiques&Auctions: Contemporary and past artists offer investment potential; VALUES: Wider appreciation of talents means collectors, dealers and buyers compete. 428
Antiques&Auctions: Serious quality; MARGAM PARK. 183
Antiques&Auctions: Two-day sale has selection of nearly 1,200 lots on offer; BRISTOL: Ceramics, militaria and books for auction. 361
Antiques&Auctions: Writing furniture is always at a premium; HISTORY: From monks to rosewood. 781
ArtsWales: `New energy, no clichs' vows WNO's own bad lad; NEW SEASON: Director's vision. 593
ArtsWales: Don't miss... 442
ArtsWales: Play stretches the imagination; ABERYSTWYTH: Set is made up of giant Lycra elastic bands. 262
ArtsWales: Theatre is tribute to Secombe; SWANSEA: Young performers keep spirit of Sir Harry alive. 268
Backpacker check after rape arrest; AUSTRALIA. 195
BADMINTON: Welsh will fight scoring change. 266
Blair under pressure as Labour officials oppose action against Iraq; SURVEY: Strength of feeling among grassroots highlighted. 322
Blow to Blunkett policy as number of asylum seekers arriving in UK tops 20,000 for first time in nearly two years; IMMIGRATION: Figures a justification of tough new measures passing through Parliament, says Minister. 412
Books: Fascinating look at a legend; Lawrence book is long-lost treasure which deservedly returns to the shops, says Dean Powell. 963
Books: pick of the paperbacks - PEACOCK'S DANCING By Sharon Maas HarperCollins, pounds 6.99. 103
Books: Wales, Scotland and the English identity crisis. 504
Boom goes on with little risk of bust; HOUSING: Rate of price rises slows down a little. 671
BOWLS: Stylish victory for Batten as he bids to keep his crown; Williams swept aside. 189
Byw: Camu Mlaen Problemau'n codi yn Eglwys Rufain; Gwlad dlawd oedd Cymru yn 1500 a'r eglwysi mewn cyflwr gwael. 358
Byw: Cyrraedd gyda'r post cynta' Gyda thrafnidiaeth gyhoeddus yng nghefn gwlad ar frig yr agenda Non Williams sy'n edrych ar gyfraniad Bws y Post. 1064
Byw: Pwyll piau hi pan ar bwyllgor; Mae dadlau tanboeth yn dderbyniol. Ond peidiwch byth a bwrw aelod arall. 460
Call centre staff threaten strike over fear jobs will go to India. 403
CARDIFF Continental flavour favoured. 254
Ceisio chwilio am raglenni i'w canmol; DEG MUNUD DWL: `Methiant trychinebus'. 504
Change in direction of former pundit's political perception; PLAID CYMRU: Dafydd Trystan praises way Ieuan Wyn Jones has silenced his critics and doubters over past 12 months. 727
COMPENSATION Payout could cost Abbey millions. 297
Cover Story: Bright sparks who changed the world; Wales boasts some of the most important inventors ever, but a fine mind doesn't always make you a household name. Steve Dub pays tribute to these unsung heroes. 2589
Cricket: C&G TROPHY FINAL Caddick to make the most of inside knowledge. 388
CRICKET: Glamorgan optimistic over Kasprowicz injury; County hope paceman not ruled out for rest of season. 539
Day: `Cabbage lady' returns - without side effects. 263
Day: Common ground for mass of colour. 232
Day: Crwydro gyda Dewi a Iolo. 167
Day: day choice - Bits&Pieces. 368
Day: From bad to worse for Tricky Dicky. 243
Day: Mae'r byd yn grwn i dim pl-droed merched Dinas Bangor. 155
Day: Meeting the Welsh Down Under. 135
Day: O Faldwyn i lannau'r Fenai; Hanes yr athronydd, llenor, pregethwr a'r darlledwr Gwyn Erfyl yn ei eiriau ei hun. 546
Day: Planed arbennig anhygoel o wyllt. 206
Day: Six of the best explain; Jigsaw takes in costumes, music, books and acting talents. 405
Day: soapbox. 454
Day: SOPRANO SPEAK. 304
Day: The Sopranos, feud and fugue; Mafia boss, Tony Soprano's double life holds Hannah Jones utterly enthralled. 650
Day: Tymor newydd, gobaith newyd. 303
Dedicated unit will help business meet demand; CONFECTIONERY: The Chocolate Connection on move. 208
Diana: the death that divided a nation; GRIEF: Media accused of hype. 650
Discount group offloads loss-making chains to majority shareholder for pounds 1; RESTRUCTURING: Brown & Jackson decides to focus on growing Poundstretcher. 309
Donor insemination at a glance. 146
DRAGON HEART - Vinnie Jones. 130
Fantastic day for a rugby wedding; RADYR: Sport stars of past and present are outshone by Jonathan Davies and Helen Jones. 725
Football: Another milestone in Powell's long career; FA CUP: Former Villa half-back is coach to Team Bath - first university side in the competition since Oxford in 1880. 629
Football: Beattie wants to carry on his giant-killing exploits. 502
Football: Bruce calls for Savage fair play; PREMIERSHIP: Treat him like anyone else, says Birmingham manager. 298
Football: Cusack wants squad to stamp out silly errors; NATIONWIDE LEAGUE: Coach looking for answers. 582
Football: CYMRU ALLIANCE League leaders on cup duty. 166
Football: Gabbidon poised for Helsinki showdown; WALES: Cardiff defender ready for Euro 2004 qualifier. 403
Football: Johnson prepared to take drop down to First Division over contract dispute; PREMIERSHIP: Wales midfielder still to reach agreement with the Baggies. 702
Football: LEAGUE OF WALES Champions handed chance to move clear. 321
Football: Rosenior looking forward to friendly rivalry with mentor; DIVISION THREE: Torquay coach has `greatest respect' for Wrexham's Smith. 410
Football: Speed latest Keane target in autobiography; SOCCER: Manchester United captain accuses Newcastle midfielder of deliberate late tackle which ended his participation in 1999 FA Cup final. 540
Football: WELSH LEAGUE Top two sides ready for clash. 165
Football: Weston hopes to put nightmare behind him; City looking to lay to rest ghost of last year's April Fool's day disaster. 741
Gardening: Fear the two-headed cabbage; John Humphries looks at the perils of geneticallymodified seeds. 594
Georgian soldiers join `priority task' of searching for missing Welsh banker. 406
Girlfriend Adele swears she trusts Darren with Tara. 423
Gold diggers hunt the needle. 199
Golf: EISENHOWER TROPHY Dominant four pick themselves for Wales debut. 205
Golf: Illness and injuries. 141
Golf: LPGA Tour. 152
GOLF: Park within four shots of leader with chance to retain Tour card; BMW International Open, Munich. 551
GP struck off medical register after saying he could get kidney for cash. 311
Gwynfor portrait given to Library. 225
Hilton trims debt burden by another sale-leaseback deal; HOTELS: Weak demand and profits slide prompt move. 257
Himalayas challenge photographer's shaky technique. 237
Homes: Don't forget to water your house plants. 481
Homes: For a good first impression, fix that old gate. 355
Homes: InsideHomes: Out and about. 117
Homes: Let's put a spring into your steps; FLOORING: Lots of choice when updating down under. 564
Homes: MCCARTHY & STONE Security a big plus at flats for the retired. 334
Homes: Police can help injured passenger track down the taxi driver. 858
Homes: Signs that the bubble is bursting; MARKET: Price rises slow down as more properties become available. 972
Homes: Spot on millionaires' row. 589
Homes: Time to say farewell to the potting shed; MALE DOMAINS: A man requires a space that is dedicated to him and his hobbies - but it's time to come in from the cold Annabel Bevan assesses the need to give a man space in the home. Annabel is an interiors PR consultant and can be contacted on 01792 460200. 1322
Hospices seek funding for `community role' PALLIATIVE CARE: Charitable institutions claim the NHS could not cope without them. 388
If the face fits, vote for it and hang the consequences. 718
Internet: Going online to check my IQ wasn't very clever; internet. 632
Interview: Nicolas Cage - Blown away by the war; Nicolas Cage says that a scarred face helped in his latest tortured role, reports Rob Driscoll. 1008
IR slap in the face for chefs on backhanders; INVESTIGATION: Inland Revenue investigates chefs accepting bribes to use produce. 333
James Pritchard's London Diary: End of summer. 197
James Pritchard's London Diary: Fine account of Abse's career. 264
James Pritchard's London Diary: Gigs to go to. 198
Job offered on idyllic island occupied by loads of birds - single men don't apply; LUNDY: Search for couple to join isolated community seeking shepherd to manage flock. 495
Kinnock defends his actions as accountant is removed; EUROPE: Official who warned of fraud may be called before parliamentary committee. 586
LAUNCH Magazine aims for e-commerce. 252
Leaderless clinic is best at IVF in UK; INFERTILITY: High success rate recognised. 521
Leaked report prompts calls for extra beds; HEALTH: Plaid warns of winter crisis ahead. 218
Let Charles rebuild a little happiness. 335
Letter: America calling Nantyglo. 244
Letter: Barbaric act. 103
Letter: Changes needed. 531
Letter: Cultural loss. 484
Letter: Doctor shortage. 219
Letter: Elderly let down. 264
Letter: Euro benefits. 135
Letter: Loss of freedoms. 105
Letter: Missing Dragon. 143
Letter: No to hanging. 122
Letter: Rebate please. 121
Letter: Saving Resurgam. 187
Letter: Ship hall chance. 190
Letter: Terrorism by EU. 163
Letter: Thank you, NHS. 441
Letter: Unfair report. 303
Letter: Water anomaly. 111
London. 103
Looking back. 543
Made up; Catherine Jones meets three wannabe music stars as they enjoy a little celebrity pampering. 956
Money: `Pre-retireds' struggle to prepare for their pension; INVESTMENTS: It's worth checking out all the options to fund the years ahead, say advisors. 243
Money: `When it's good it's very, very good ... and when it's bad, it's better' UNITED STATES: Firm backs alcohol and tobacco stocks. 133
Money: City Market Report. 310
Money: Investment/Tax: What price using your own car for business travel?; ADVICE: Mileage rates, estate charges, capital gains and the importance of writing a will. 412
Money: ISA buyers are keeping their nerve in rocky times; INVESTMENT: Shifts in portfolios reflect need for balance. 148
Money: Money Line: Shop around for the best pension deal; ANNUITIES. 418
Money: Pregnant? Time to think university fees!; PERSONAL FINANCE: There are so many tax-efficient child savings products available you should consult an IFA. 544
Money: Students must learn to budget to avoid big debts; UNIVERSITY: Money management is an important first lesson. 612
Money: Welcome to the great big world of work... 297
More details sought by Arcadia on takeover bid; RETAIL: Top Shop owner wants `further clarification' of arrangements between BHS billionaire and his backer Baugur. 302
Mother tells of her grief five years on; DIANA: Princess remembered on the anniversary of her death. 467
MOTORSPORT: Coulthard leaps to the defence of endangered Spa; Belgian circuit faced with ban over advertising problem. 458
Move to pounds 1m HQ a template for rural success; CARMARTHENSHIRE: We need more winners like medical technology company Magstim, says Mike German. 573
New rules will allow companies to brief investors before going public; FSA: News of capital raising and board appointments could be given to `insiders' first. 288
Newest plc `will be in profit next year' MEDICAL: Company six months ahead of schedule in its development, says MD. 641
Patient given wrong knee. 205
Payout to nurse forced to quit after chemical exposure; YSBYTY GWYNEDD: Asthma attacks ruined career. 215
PERFORMANCE Next week is a barometer for business. 308
Plaid's fresh face reveals shock tactics. 356
POLITICS Labour `not hung up on hunting'. 221
Private Investor's Diary: Those little jobs around the home add up to good news for furniture retailers; HOME IMPROVEMENTS: August Bank Holiday reminds us that it is time to get our houses in order. 454
Profile: Alan Thomas - The man who left a building society to run one. 1288
Punch lifts spirits with trading update; PUBS: Shares up 3pc following upbeat statement. 330
Quotes of the week. 356
Racing: Commission poised to rise through the ranks. 412
Racing: Turf Talk: Mr Ed does talking for Bowen. 558
Recipes: A passion for Welsh food pure and simple; We meet Michael Bates, new executive chef at Hilton Cardiff's Razzi restaurant, and columnist for The Western Mail magazine. 933
Recipes: Second helpings for anybody who missed out; Re-run of Dudley coming in next fortnight and a new autumn series is on the way in October. 392
Review: Adventurous, ambitious content makes small festival with big ideas a pleasurable event; MUSIC: Specially-commissioned new orchestral prelude presents thoughtful Messiah commentary. 357
Review: Laying bare the holiday frivolity; TELEVISION: Light documentaries provided good analysis of popular culture. 685
Rhodri owen column: Watch out, there's a toilet blocker about He dismissed our brick as the work of unseen dark forces. 679
Robust security combats anniversary fear; AIRPORTS: Heightened alert as potential hijacker held in Sweden reminds everyone of September 11. 581
Row over planning legal bill festers; HOMES: Councillors ignored advice. 254
Rugby Union: All Whites suffer under boot of Laney; Edinburgh 30 Swansea 20. 588
Rugby Union: Breezy Bridgend brush aside woeful Newport; CELTIC LEAGUE: Newport 5 u Bridgend 13. 802
Rugby Union: Fourie aims to turn his World Cup dream into reality; CELTIC LEAGUE: South African-born prop wants to wrest Wales No 3 jersey from Evans. 783
Rugby Union: Honours even but Nomads could have won; Connah's Quay 1 u Caernarfon 1. 166
Rugby Union: Jenkins urges his side to fight like Tigers; Llanelli told to follow Leicester's example as season gets under way. 729
Rugby Union: Police back but two sides in crisis; PRINCIPALITY CUP: Outlook bleak for Resolven and Oakdale. 442
Rugby Union: Pontypridd heroes undone by O'Driscoll; CELTIC LEAGUE: Leinster 31 Pontypridd 18. 678
Rugby Union: SIX NATIONS Wales kick off with Italian job while England host France. 401
Rugby Union: Steelmen lack finishing speed in dour encounter; Ebbw Vale 0 u Ulster 19. 726
Rugby Union: Three sparkling tries light up All Black performance; Neath 25 Caerphilly 6. 552
Rugby Union: Wizards out to book their place at last; DIVISION ONE: Automatic promotion for Aberavon if they retain title. 397
Sad truth is that we could all be spare parts. 600
Second opinion: Gold diggers waiting for their crock. 303
Showbiz Westgate: Feline philosopher. 134
Showbiz Westgate: Jennifer and Liz's man in the middle. 236
Showbiz Westgate: Milking fame. 172
Showbiz Westgate: Mrs Wyczenski. 110
Showbiz Westgate: Persuasion. 153
Spike the unwashed is a knight in shining armour; Notting Hill's `scruff' sheds his stereotype for heroic role. 1400
STOCK MARKET Keep sharp eye on the `super suits'. 502
Student `alone for days' after killing himself with overdose of caffeine tablets. 325
Suede bring best musical effects to new album; MUSIC: `A New Morning' dawns. 732
Swansea: Soldier killed in Afghanistan buried with full military honours. 413
Talking Business in Sport: Transfer directory a response to harsh realities of life in beautiful game; Peter Sharkey. 675
Teenager risks own life to save his family clinging to overturned boat; AMROTH ESCAPE: After two hours of hoping for rescue, youth, 15, swam under boat to locker for rescue flares. 538
Tennis: Henman plays through the pain to ease past Norman; US Open, Flushing Meadows, New York. 452
Thousands at cathedral for Holly and Jessica; MEMORIAL: Poems pay tribute to murdered 10-year-olds. 434
Travel: Seaside chic, that's Brighton; Ever since it became a fashionable Regency resort Brighton has drawn hordes of visitors to its many and varied attractions, writes Hannah Jones. 664
Travel: SEPTEMBER EVENTS. 105
Treat us with some respect Mr Kinnock. 345
Unhappy drivers attacking more speed cameras. 327
Videos to buy. 332
Videos to rent: Douglas cranks up the tension, but Coogan falls flat. 449
View from the West: Stadium is a symbol of regeneration. 484
Vinnie bares his soul; From soccer hardman to Hollywood, the remarkable Mr Jones tells Tomos Livingstone how he gets his kicks today. 795
Vision `the first casualty of Earth Summit' SOUTH AFRICA. 442
Vodafone to take control of Vizzavi. 110
Wales celebrates 90 years of Gwynfor; Pacifist giant of Welsh culture whose place in history is secure recalls his contribution to the nation's political and cultural life. 2428
Walks: Come to Barmouth's first walking festival; Delightful coastal resort will be a hive of activity, writes Laurence Main. 256
Warning as summit delegates argue; JOHANNESBURG: Charities' coalition walks out of talks on trade in disgust. 464
WeekendMotoring: Reservoir cruise on Fat Boy is the perfect way to spend a Sunday. 820
WeekendMotoring: The silver Rolls-Royce ghosts away from Crewe; CAR PRODUCTION: Last Rolls-Royce leaves Crewe assembly line following brand's takeover by BMW, leaving the plant to turn out Bentleys only. 608
WeekendMotoring: Ultimate cure for today's stressful life; RANGE ROVER: The TD makes you feel at one with the world passing below elbow level. 474
When facing danger is a pastime, not a necessity. 690
WOMEN'S GOLF: Brewerton bids to become the first Welsh winner of European crown; Teenager in the hunt. 221
Young rugby star cleared. 125

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