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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (January 12, 2002)

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'Am unwaith, y dyn digri yn fud' BYD PWS: Dewi Pws ar daith yn yr India. 500
'Hear, hear' ASSEMBLY WESTGATE. 153
'Mugged' Railtrack needs a fast-track rescue deal; ACTION GROUP: Court attempt to get full disclosure. 390
A gap to fill; LEADER COLUMN. 151
A hero? 122
A modern apartment offers a fret-free lifestyle, within the home and without; BARRATT: More people are shedding the burdens of a traditional home. 364
Adams strides into the semis; DARTS. 190
Added costs. 144
Airport passenger numbers start to take off again after terrorist attacks; TRAVEL: Figures released by the British Airports Authority show a major recovery. 273
An accelerator pedal that also serves as the brake; MOTORING: Revolutionary design 'could save lives'. 282
An insult to the East End and our intelligence; PEOPLE. 798
Anglesey youth, 17, charged with Leyshon murder; HOLYHEAD. 194
Anrhydedd? 204
Appeal to Aussie fans. 116
Around Wales: Anglesey. 101
Around Wales: Caerphilly. 111
Around Wales: CARDIFF - Construction of pounds 18m press hall starts. 173
Around Wales: Neath Port Talbot. 169
Around Wales: Powys. 124
Around Wales: Rhondda Cynon Taff. 130
Around Wales: Swansea. 113
At least one of Welsh duo must qualify; RUGBY UNION: Heineken Cup showdowns. 566
Band urged to stay together; FEEDER: Jon Lee's family hope suicide won't split group. 177
Banking on visitor rush to end empty beds blues; TOURISM: Operators are optimistic that change in attitudes to air travel will have positive spin-off. 743
Battle is hotting up as clubs fear slip-ups; LEAGUE OF WALES. 315
Beautiful game trampled in mud; VIOLENCE: Soccer's Week From Hell started with a pitch invasion at Cardiff and isn't over yet. 974
Become an opera idol overnight; LONDON DIARY. 323
Bin Laden to be sued on the air; TERRORISM. 148
Bound could take his chance to say goodbye to the Swans; SOCCER: On-loan defender will be forced to watch from the stand. 536
Boxing's glories mask unacceptable tragedy. 691
Bridgend look for quick return to top Euro tournament; LONG-TERM AIM: Finale at Harlequins can be springboard to better things. 363
Britain escapes massive cutbacks by Ford; INDUSTRY: Restructuring plans include closure of five plants in North America and loss of 35,000 jobs. 357
Britain: CAREFUL NOW. 102
Brown in confident mood for Real VC bid; RACING: Ascot glory beckons for front-running ace. 625
BROWNS SAY FINAL FAREWELL TO BABY JENNIFER JANE. 131
Building firm cuts jobs in streamlining exercise; JOBS: Admin losses are insignificant says Hanson. 179
Bus company attacked over HQ's move to England. 433
Bush is dragged into the Enron scandal; UNITED STATES. 202
Business as usual in eurozone; MONEY - CURRENCY: Massive campaign helps produce a calm end to the peseta. 457
Cameras and more police after school-run road riot; BELFAST: Children return to schools in uneasy calm. 318
Capturing the mood of seasiders; DELAHAYE: Exhibition shows distinctive stylised figures against backdrop of Cardigan Bay. 423
Carpet big help as Butterfield sweeps up board; GOLF. 515
Casual Austin Reed is 'pleased and positive' PERFORMANCE: Seven per cent rise in sales over Christmas and New Year augurs well. 350
Champions step up title challenge; WELSH LEAGUE. 140
Chancellor and Sarah lay baby Jennifer to rest; KIRK: Prime Minister and colleagues gather in support. 348
Characters count more than action in dramas; TELEVISION: Review. 647
Charity concert in tribute to roadie; MEMORIAL. 494
Chaz, 15, swaps classroom for the GP circuits; MOTORCYCLING. 284
Cheaper home insurance for dog owners. 168
Children first; YOU AND THE LAW. 112
City Market Report; MONEY. 294
Close homes for close relatives; McCARTHY & STONE: Rise in customers in 60-plus age bracket buying retirement flats near offspring. 376
Clubs look to the cup action; CYMRU ALLIANCE. 154
Coach service is cut back; TRANSPORT: National Express airport link reduced. 291
Communication lapse; YOU AND THE LAW. 263
Community loan helps a nursery to grow; WREXHAM: Teachers' idea of running own business pays off. 390
Competition in car sales to increase; AUTOMOTIVE. 141
Could be one for the record; ASSEMBLY WESTGATE. 140
County aim to repeat cup joy in trophy clash; DR MARTENS LEAGUE. 192
Cup hero Young makes plea to the City faithful; SOCCER: Supporters can help in promotion drive. 622
Cyril the Swan may be up to his neck in trouble again; MASCOT. 215
Darlows back in profit. 186
Davies out to celebrate his call-up with style; PARKER PEN SHIELD: Ponty hooker's plan. 443
Designer divans; INSIDE HOMES. 135
Devoted doctor died after taking heart drug; INQUEST. 229
Dismay over illegal meat entering UK; DISEASE RISK. 490
Do something useful and DIY yourself to fitness; EXERCISE: Making a shelf can burn off unwanted calories. 701
Don't turn your back on our children; Letter of the Week. 452
Draw serves up possible battle of the Brits; TENNIS. 435
Easy conclusion considering the signs; MONEY - SHARES: pounds 3bn EasyJet order extension makes airline a sound prospect for the long haul. 366
Enterprising musician earns recording time with a little help from youth project; NORTH WALES: Anglesey artist tries hard to avoid categorisation. 270
Eureka joy described; SCIENCE: Conference honours Stephen Hawking. 270
Ex-Wales footballer arrested in drink-driving check. 151
Festival encourages young writers; PERFORMANCE: Sgript Cymru project explores variety of different drama formats. 236
Fighting deprivation. 230
Forest Village plan could revitalise Afan Valley; LEISURE: Proposed holiday complex promises 500 jobs. 327
Former City player among nine arrested; DAWN RAIDS. 215
Funds see worst year for decade; MONEY - PENSIONS: 'Investors will want to put 2001 behind them'. 224
Get advice if you can't pay bills; MONEY - DEBT: As the impact of Christmas spending hits, make full use of free help services. 451
Glories of a shrine to American living; INSIDE HOMES: When it comes to innovation in the home, the US leaves the rest of the world standing - Annabel Bevan pays homage to the nation that gave us the self-cleaning house and welcomes a new mail order catalogue. She is an interiors PR consultant and can be contacted on 01792 460200. 1146
Great start by Welsh; WORLD SEVENS. 176
Griffin's proposed Swans takeover hits setback over council Vetch move; NATIONWIDE LEAGUE: Ground not for sale. 457
Hammam will take on 'evil, wicked' media; SOCCER: City owner appalled by furore surrounding his Ninian Park club. 770
Harris confident tactical jigsaw falling into place; HEINEKEN CUP: Nothing like it in 13-a-side code. 607
Hat-trick hero Lloyd-Williams; LEAGUE OF WALES. 185
Health club limbers up for bidders; ESPORTA. 182
Henry looks for challenge as her side take on the English men; NETBALL: European target for the Welsh. 204
HMV plays a happy tune on the cash registers; RETAIL: Christmas boom for music and book seller. 287
Hold on to the records needed for your tax return for five years; MONEY - DOCUMENTS: You will need to keep evidence of income detailed until January 31, 2007. 329
Hopkins can't get enough of Hannibal; FILM: Sir Anthony may star in another Lecter movie after finishing the one he is working on. 283
How not to ask the pertinent questions and how to patronise your audience; ALUN REES ON TV. 842
Humphreys poised for busy time as the Olympic Games beckon; WINTER OLYMPICS: Hectic time for Welsh ace and husband Baranov. 598
Inspiring off-roader makes a mockery of more expensive competitors; MITSUBISHI SHOGUN V6 ELEGANCE AUTO: Big vehicle handles like a family saloon but offers more comfort than many luxury cars. 439
It was love at first sight on St Valentine's Day; RETREAT: Room to chill out after 'manic' programme. 665
Jargon jungle; MONEYLINES. 224
Joining euro critically important for Welsh economy, says Kinnock; SINGLE CURRENCY: 'Government right to play a waiting game - but not for too long'. 696
Ken Hom's 24th book; INSIDE HOMES. 113
Keska is back with a big point to prove. 141
Kidman has a nose for major roles; CINEMA. 166
Kirsty's parents maintain their silence; MURDER HUNT: Family await 'positive new development' in Thailand inquiry. 225
Languages. 170
Legal fight for public inquiry; FOOT-AND-MOUTH: BBC joins campaigners to take on the Government. 735
Link to Labour just the business; FACE TO FACE WITH JO WELCH. 1246
Lockett 'devastated' as show called off; BOXING: No return home for top Welsh prospect. 404
LONDON DIARY. 227
Looking Back - Issues of life and death are secondary to what really matters. . .; PEOPLE. 361
Looking Forward; PEOPLE. 355
Love is in the air as Henderson goes for Ascot double. 394
Madden aims to use his muscle to lift the Scarlets; STRADEY PARK: Llanelli's bid carries extra weight - thanks to prop. 477
Making it difficult for malingerers to spin a yarn - Targeting malingerers; YOU AND THE LAW - SICKNESS: Introducing a 'return to work interview' may put off absent employee. 177
Market gradually righting itself; Positive signs. 192
Matalan enjoys a festive lift. 188
Monthly cost cut as annual review kicks in; MONEY - MORTGAGES: Borrowers see payments fall as drop in interest rate is taken into account. 359
Neath hope to be fully employed on Italian job. 444
Network Q safety alarm. 146
New homes in New Year; WILCON HOMES. 198
New market sees biggest price rise for two years; VALUE: Fight back after three years of decline. 282
New Rebel Klick is looking to grab her share of the glory; BASKETBALL: American star so sorry she missed out on the treble. 849
New report brings hope to ME victims; HEALTH. 394
Newport go out with a flourish against Falcons; HEINEKEN CUP: Newport 53 Newcastle 17. 587
No grounds for no coffee; INSIDE HOMES. 164
No Wrexham plans to contain McSporran; DIVISION TWO: Manager Smith relying on defenders to take care of pounds 11m Wycombe speed machine. 521
Oh baby! Treading a thin blue line to motherhood; LEADER A new book on pregnancy and parenthood aims to tell women about the experience from a personal, rather than clinical, perspective -. 2511
One-week Tesco annoys grocers; RETAIL. 187
Online diagnosis 'bad for you' MEDICINE: BMA warns patients to avoid virtual surgeries on the internet. 608
Paul Robeson tribute launched by Manic; SWANSEA: Politics and music hero saluted by soulmate. 224
PETITION: Euro-MP seeks support for action on Trecatti tip. 103
Plaid admits it is mixed up about language; EXCLUSIVE: Party defections show need for rethink. 763
Playing games. 231
Pop fan jailed for threats. 116
Post-festive bash; LONDON DIARY. 190
pounds 2m Defra plan to scan the scientific horizon; RESEARCH: University of Sussex appointed manager. 286
pounds 90m data centre hailed as catalyst; CARDIFF BAY: Rhodri Morgan congratulates BT Ignite as diggers pave the way for new e-era. 544
Principality awards. 162
Public disinterest; ASSEMBLY WESTGATE. 109
Public urged to help combat community crime; LAW AND ORDER: Responsible society needed. 467
Rees wins Welsh titanic tussle; BOWLS. 199
Return of the prime-time chat show; TELEVISION: S4C hopes Saturday-night series will attract some of best-known Welsh-speaking personalities. 754
Rusedski books his final place. 122
S4C takes the taboo out of sex; TELEVISION. 265
Sales at Lacuna come off Countryside's plan; CARDIFF BAY: Light and space at water's edge. 273
Screening of Proud Valley. 158
Selby driver jailed for five years; COURT: He should have had a longer sentence, says victim's widow. 943
Seller beware. 304
Serving up history on a plate, a cup or a goblet; ANTIQUES & AUCTIONS - COMMEMORATIVES: Souvenirs of events, personalities and politics. 1101
Sexpot survey finds there's a world of difference when it comes to the crush; TABLE D'HOT: Wine drinkers list their fantasies after a few too many before a survey. 221
Shaw insists first-team county career not over; CRICKET: Wicket-keeper takes on Glamorgan 2nd XI captaincy and some coaching duties. 509
Shutting up shop; YOU AND THE LAW. 163
Six tips to help put your finances on a healthier footing; MORTGAGES: Check and double-check. 662
Snakes alive. 150
Sounds groovy, but watch out for bum notes; MONEY - MEDIA: Future growth for investors in radio stations may come when ownership rules are relaxed. 368
Specialist dealers attend first fair of 2002; ANTIQUES & AUCTIONS. 134
Speculators flock to TV's Flog it!; ANTIQUES & AUCTIONS. 487
Spice star hopes to put youngsters on the right track with her fame school; MUSIC INDUSTRY: Stage Camp an affordable start for budding pop musicians. 308
Spiritual. 184
Stephenson aims to get back on right track; ATHLETICS: Welsh ace aims to hit the road to trials triumph. 583
Stress may be cause of our snuffles and sneezes; COMMON COLD: 300,000 in Wales laid low by virus. 362
Super-minis proving that less is more; CAR PRICES: As Parker's Guide is published, our motoring editor checks out its findings and reports on trends and value. 800
Surge in number of shares traded on Stock Exchange; MARKETS: 40bn shares changed hands last month. 184
Swansea battle - but taste defeat again; Edinburgh 30 Swansea 20. 512
Take care, if you're buying travel cover; MONEY. 264
Television listings. 146
Thompson backing Anelka to sink Gunners; PREMIERSHIP: Arsenal old boy set for frosty reception on his return to Highbury. 662
Tiger fails to get rub of the green. 110
Tigers will devour Scarlets, says England lock. 481
Time for Plaid to say what it stands for; LEADER COLUMN. 343
Time to face up to your hefty tax forms; MONEY - SELF-ASSESSMENT: Why it pays to have an independent financial adviser. 329
Tories divided on whether Assembly should have more powers; POLITICS: Conservative AM brings out pamphlet attacking proposals to create a Welsh Parliament with law-making powers. 454
Tracing the destructive history of landmines; S4C: The Devil's Gardens. 637
Trio deny hoax e-mail claims in death case; FORGERY: Marketing manager killed daughter after going to India on bogus trip. 246
Two fires for the price of one; TWMP BARN: Lots of light and panoramic views of the countryside. 513
Union faces more fallout from 'bullying' decision; DILEMMA: AMs ponder invitation to Unison forum. 329
University entrants increase by 5pc. 129
US slowdown puts brakes on Disperse's growth plans; PERFORMANCE. 241
Value? 375
Vassal state. 507
Wary Americans stay at home. 231
Waste plant decision delayed; ENVIRONMENT: Company ordered to provide more information. 303
Watch out - there's an epidemic on the way. 466
Watch out for Northampton resurgence - that 's the warning from Humphreys. 480
Wave of controversy over energy barrage; ENERGY: Review urged to back massive Severn dam and produce 7pc UK electricity. 364
Welcome. 160
Welsh link tied; LONDON DIARY. 130
Wizard way with festive book sales; BOOKISH: Harry Potter leads children to look for more reading material. 207
Wizards bid to make their rivals' title hopes disappear; DIVISION ONE: Crunch match at top of the table. 242
Woman is stabbed to death at station; LONDON. 311
Working Welsh; MONEYLINES. 341
World: FOUNDER'S DAY. 102
Young actor enters the war zone; PEOPLE - FACE TO FACE IAN VIRGO. 1593

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