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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (February 28, 2002)

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'Bizarre' behaviour of man found dead in cell; INQUEST. 368
A fresh perspective highlighted; GROUP SHOW: No overall theme but threads become apparent. 348
Actor Arwyn Davies established himself as no mere son of Ryan; TELEVISION: Bad boy Mark of Pobol y Cwm will be a guest on Nia this weekend. 576
Alcohol abuse costing NHS pounds 3bn a year; HEALTH. 221
Another three years as Ferguson stays on; CONTRACT: United finally confirm deal. 386
Around Wales: Gwynedd - Dream comes true for Tanya. 139
Around Wales: Monmouthshire. 101
Around Wales: Newport. 115
Around Wales: Powys. 104
Around Wales: Swansea. 129
Assembly today. 102
Blair 'was first Minister to see Mittal steelworks deal letter' EXCLUSIVE: Prime Minister must now respond, says Plaid. 387
Blair backs Byers during Commons onslaught; POLITICS: Minister should be allowed to get on with job, PM tells MPs. 540
Blood and thunder warning; SIX NATIONS: Quinnell expecting 'brutal' encounter with the Italians. 852
Blushing all the way to the bank; E-COMMERCE: The public's fear of embarrassment makes an earner for two. 626
Britain: Harrogate. 120
Briton found blazing bin in hostel; AUSTRALIA: Court told how burning rubbish bin discovered in TV room. 293
Businessman 'too ill' to face charges; POLLUTION. 267
Changes in wake of rally crash; NETWORK Q. 183
Charles leads tributes to Milligan; DEATH. 310
City Market Report. 196
Composing himself for royal premiere; LEADER: Karl Jenkins' latest work was commissioned by the Prince of Wales. 949
Confident Calzaghe is gunning for showdown with Hopkins; BOXING: Brewer is next on the agenda, but Welshman has his sights set on Millennium Stadium clash with undisputed champion. 344
Damilola judge discredits main prosecution witness; OLD BAILEY: Judge directs that defendant, 17, be freed. 335
Defend university; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. 260
Delegates discuss ICT; EVENT. 218
Disability worker to miss ceremony in honours snub; ACCESS. 346
Doctors face criticism over boy's death. 184
Don't worry - it's just winter; WEATHER: Rapid changes simply part of 'beautiful tapestry of our climate'. 563
Economy growth grinds to a halt; GDP: Impact of September 11 blamed for fall. 175
Eurocrats have their say on the length and breadth of national symbol; EXCLUSIVE: Brussels to celebrate St David's Day by getting its regulatory nose into the humble leek. 156
Europe: Dublin. 129
Even honest money can be tainted by cocaine; DRUG CULTURE. 390
FA may lay down the Laws; SOCCER: Scunthorpe manager could face punishment after post-match outburst. 470
Foot-and-mouth action plan 'was inadequate' FARMING: Strategy based too heavily on 1967 outbreak. 360
Governors back head's exclusions in IT porn ruse. 210
Gunners one home win away from quarter-finals; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Arsenal 4 Bayer Leverkusen 1. 477
Hansen throws down gauntlet to Llanelli ace; SIX NATIONS: Wyatt is told he must fight for his Wales place. 698
Harrington looks for luck of Irish; GOLF: Malaysian Open. 281
Hartson disciplined after red card. 183
HBOS growth needs pounds 1.37bn share sale; PERFORMANCE: Maiden figures for Halifax-Bank of Scotland add up to more than the sum of the parts. 622
Heddiw ar S4C / Today on S4C; TELEVISION. 158
Hospital queues grow but Hutt sees door open; HEALTH: 'I expect to see waiting times start to fall'. 693
Hypervalue staff training; HEALTH AND SAFETY. 211
Lack of services hit drug addiction fight; HEALTH: Long wait for treatment driving some clients away, study finds. 584
Lewis backs Thomas for senior side; WALES A: Second-string recall for Bridgend captain. 325
Lewis collects his CBE; HONOUR: Prince in Cardiff for castle ceremony. 144
Limiting the size of the leek - media myth or fact?; REGULATIONS: St David's Day Euro-interference. 473
Lingerie chain enjoys a red hot Valentine's Day; RETAIL: Sales at Ann Summers rocket as customers spice up their sex lives. 218
London plays catch-up on date. 197
Malcolm looking for different title approach; ATHLETICS: Welsh ace wants indoor boost as outdoor season beckons. 532
More than 100 jobs to go at Elwa due to cuts; EDUCATION: Extra pounds 16m to be spent on post-16 training. 244
Murder trial told of years of threats. 186
Murphy medal mission has a golden gleam. 421
National Assembly 'can expect more powers' POLITICS: House of Lords Constitutional Committee. 248
New action for a ban; HUNTING. 178
New homes - still out of sight - for Wales's art; ACCESS: National collection of paintings and sculptures moves from storage in one place to storage elsewhere. 550
New recruits join environmental scheme; INITIATIVE: Organisations sing-up to Green Dragon Standard. 221
New relaxed attitude will prove big boost for the Italian job, says confident prop Thomas. 448
Orchestra cash row; FUNDING. 164
Pannick sits in judgment on Johnson appeal; ENGLAND. 228
Paxman joins in ICT event. 109
Plum draw at Abergavenny. 231
PM rejects plea to help steel firm; INDUSTRY: Tory AM furious at brush-off. 588
Police launch poster campaign; SERIOUS ASSAULT. 231
pounds 500,000 wetlands reserve will be haven for wildlife; ENVIRONMENT: 360-metre bund marks first phase. 239
pounds 53m to help combat hi-tech threats; FIRE SERVICE: Handling chemical, radiological and biological hazards. 108
Professional stewards on the way; MOTORSPORT: Changes to improve safety. 242
Queen thanks Australians for service to their country; ROYAL VISIT: Adelaide speech well received. 279
Regus founder buys shares. 134
Religious tensions escalate after 57 die in train attack; INDIA: Hindu activists burn to death as Muslims stone, then set alight railways carriages. 429
Research given go-ahead; STEM CELLS. 226
Sack Byers, say stranded passengers; TRANSPORT: Petition organised as engine fire halts train for four hours. 203
Sick baby given milk two years out of date at hospital; EXCLUSIVE: Parents demand investigation into Trust. 401
Sir Magdi will be NHS ambassador around the world; NHS STAFFING. 204
Sixth form gem; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. 339
St David's Day is top for taste; FOOD AND DRINK. 285
Steelworker's inquest starts as daughter awaits trial. 212
Still waiting for real investment in our hospitals; LEADER: HEALTH SERVICE. 459
Swansea shambles points the way towards regional rugby set-up. 839
Taffia beware. 285
Tax havens agree to crackdown; CHANNEL ISLANDS. 151
Thanks, Cardiff; LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. 213
Time to deliver a healthy future; LEADER COLUMN. 309
Tormented clown has taken his final curtain; LEADER: Brilliant and outrageous, the last of the Goons bows out. 1037
Tribunal awards pounds 50,000 payout; CARMARTHENSHIRE: Former education director gets maximum sum payable after unfair dismissal case. 518
UK car prices are the highest in Europe; SURVEY: Customers also facing obstacles when they try to buy abroad. 401
Undod? Ni wyddom ystyr y gair; Hafina Clwyd. 726
Update. 439
US seeks DNA samples from family; OSAMA BIN LADEN. 305
Wales fear the worst as Bellamy injury crisis deepens; SOCCER. 329
Wales growing in stature as film venue; ENTERTAINMENT: Industry brings spin-off benefits to local communities. 577
War cry a chilling reminder of the Pooler glory days. 749
Warning over meat imports. 151
Waterberg can sink Taunton rivals. 266
Wedding bells. 110
Woman attacked in her car; CRIME: Motorist punched by man who opened car door. 108
Woman vows to continue fight over tiger; CARMARTHENSHIRE: Elizabeth Hamer 'gutted' after council defers decision. 195
World: Saudi Arabia. 112
World: Turks and Caicos. 101
World: Zimbabwe. 104
Yesterday's broadcast marks Sue's final Today; RADIO. 364

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