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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (June 10, 2002)

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`Bridget Jones' steps out of her diary for a day; HAY-ON-WYE: Best-selling character comes to life. 314
`Conspiracy ' to create a multicultural society. 166
`Inequalities' a major cause of coronary heart disease; HEALTH: Assembly funding projects to address issues. 382
`Peace wall' raised to beat bombs. 296
Around Wales: Blaenau Gwent - Pub's regulars in a spin over nights at the round table. 303
Around Wales: Carmarthenshire. 103
Around Wales: Rhondda Cynon Taff. 117
Around Wales: Torfaen. 101
Art: A write mix-up of Jones clones; V. V. GOOD: Author delivers a laugh-out-loud chronicle of Bridget's emergence. 506
Art: Bainbridge caught in `thinking mode' HAY FESTIVAL: A Booker bridesmaid with a knack for filling the gaps in history. 245
Art: Invitation to the sporting scene; ROLE MODELS. 262
Art: The follow-up book. 126
Art: Theatre Review - Fun padded out for children Review; Bananas in Pyjamas St David's Hall Sara Thomas. 192
Assembly: Accolades. 107
Assembly: Can Labour's Tyrone oust Plaid?; Miners' leader hopes to regain Rhondda heartland for his party. 592
Athletics: Champion has warning for rivals in gold medal bid. 431
Athletics: Jackson will be at best for Commonwealth Games. 431
Athletics: Merry's miss a big blow for Murphy; COMMONWEALTH TRIALS: Catherine wins 100m after rival's Games pull out. 626
Beatles knocked off top album spot by the brief Stone Roses. 177
Big Brother drives Jade to tears. 178
Boxing: All-time top 10. 523
Boxing: Holyfield is hoping he can meet Lewis; Briton could consider quitting at the top. 433
Boxing: It's a masterclass by merciless Lewis as Tyson hopes floored; World champion joins greats as challenger learns humility. 918
Boxing: Place in hall of fame is now secure. 330
Boxing: Where now for Lewis? 262
British Heart Week: AMs prove they are walking their way to health; Health Minister and colleagues help to underline message of campaign. 197
British Heart Week: Fitness activities. 102
Business Wales: City Shares. 170
Business Wales: Forecast. 294
Business Wales: Green group creates gas from sawdust; POWER: Sustainable success. 334
Business Wales: Investment meetings. 131
Chronic Killers: Cure-all for health service failing; NHS in Wales spends more per head than England but achieves less. 494
Chronic Killers: Elusive targets. 119
Classroom disruption could be increased by competitive environment; EDUCATION: Research indicates link between performance goals and disorderly behaviour. 138
Coach crash questions begin; ACCIDENT: What caused day-trippers' disaster at `The Struggle'? 235
Cricket: Dale the unlikely hero in last over; CRICKET: Skipper James admits mistake in tied game. 598
Cricket: S Wales League. 366
Cricket: Test hoping to avoid fixture clash; OLD TRAFFORD: Attendances could be hit by World Cup. 490
Cricket: Welsh Conference. 338
Echoes of the past. 126
Europe: France. 102
Europe: Ireland. 105
Festival may have to pull in its horns; COSTS: Visits to small centres could be ruled out. 480
Flintshire: Anger at `secrecy' over lost money. 351
Flood of complaints. 116
Football World Cup 2002: Brazil 4 u China 0. 141
Football World Cup 2002: Brazil progress as rivals' battle to earn a draw; Turkey 1 Costa Rica 1. 241
Football World Cup 2002: England poised to stick with same line-up; WORLD CUP: Coach Eriksson reveals it would be difficult to change a winning team. 769
Football World Cup 2002: Hargreaves will undergo a scan on his leg injury. 449
Football World Cup 2002: Hiddink aims to make South Korea dream come true; TODAY'S MATCHES: Host's expectations reach fever pitch ahead of clash with United States of America. 362
Football World Cup 2002: Inamoto turns dream into reality; Japan 1 Russia 0. 455
Football World Cup 2002: Irish 'keeper Kiely blasts England's `prima donnas' REPUBLIC OF IRELAND: `Hollow apology' after snub to fans. 640
Football World Cup 2002: Italy 1 u Croatia 2. 193
Football World Cup 2002: Kinsella is so confident of two-goal haul. 377
Football World Cup 2002: Mexicans plan to wave goodbye to the Italians; Mexico 2 Ecuador 1. 278
Football World Cup 2002: S Africa 1 Slovenia 0. 120
Football: Relegation hangs in balance. 102
Foreign visitors start to return; TOURISM: Latest official figures are encouraging. 268
Forum claims men's health is `sidelined'. 321
From truck driver to millionaire in three years. 236
Ghost of Byers continues to haunt government; Former press chief believes he's the subject of a whispering campaign. 413
Golf: Aussie wildcard strikes. 161
Golf: English Open - Forest win sets Clarke up to take on Woods. 616
Golf: English Open - Order of merit. 142
Golf: Larrazabal follows in Spanish steps of Olazabal and Garcia; Daniel, 45, lands major. 577
Health: Dangerous ignorance of diabetes highlighted; Charity's survey shows that 50,000 people in Wales may not know they have life-threatening illness. 433
Health: Diabetes test aims to trace army of people unaware that they are sufferers. 196
Health: Warning signs. 132
It's mind-altering times at Hay. 700
Kashmir: Straw to tell MPs crisis is easing. 283
Leading Article: Good health begins at home. 317
Leading Article: Intriguing contest. 154
Letter: Faith and folly. 132
Letter: Firefighters also have a limit. 449
Letter: Flags away. 102
Letter: Groundwork. 101
Letter: Impaired vision. 268
Letter: Short-sighted. 107
Merthyr Tydfil: Four face charges after police raid; After weeks gathering intelligence Operation Nemesis moves on house suspected of involvement in heroin and crack cocaine. 470
Merthyr Tydfil: Putting pledges into action. 101
Mobile phones given high reliability rating. 148
Motor racing: Canadian Grand Prix - Schumacher in sight of record; Canadian Grand Prix. 709
My mother still buys my shirts, says top fashion designer. 234
National indicator: Health authority tackles risks of low birthweight babies. 1041
National organiser helps out. 130
Neighbours living in fear are reluctant to sign statements. 378
New coroner signals likely time for Diana inquest. 296
Officials recommend rejecting plans for a halfway house for teenagers in care after police object. 231
Palestine: Bush rejects Mubarak timetable call. 290
Passers-by concerned by heroin use in underpass. 346
Pontypridd: Boy, 6, dies of mystery illness. 191
Prestigious opera house a `missed opportunity' ARCHITECTURE: Construction to begin in Rome on building designed by Zaha Hadid. 641
Race For Life: Women brave rain for cancer research; Runners stand for a minute's silence in memory of loved ones before raising pounds 30,000. 550
Race-riot fear cancels anti-BNP concert; RACISM: Organisers abandon plans for event because of `intimidation' by two groups of men. 479
Racing: Bosley's Victim is ready to demolish the opposition; TOP TIPS: Hat-trick beckons in Nottingham contest. 316
Racing: Brilliant O'Brien is king of the classics; DERBY: Epsom 1-2 for the master of Ballydoyle. 513
Remix of Elvis song could help the King make history; POP MUSIC: Superstar likely to return to top of charts. 378
Rugby League: Last-gasp Powell wins it for Demons. 427
Rugby Union: Boks skipper serves Wales an early Cape Town warning. 441
Rugby Union: Keep it simple Steve - stop all that dancing around in the line-out before Cape Town Test. 942
Rugby Union: Marinos calls on Wales to be more clinical; CAPE TOWN TEST: Centre believes it is not as formidable a task as it is made out to be. 501
Rugby Union: New boys show plenty of spirit in first Test; Wales players battle well in Bloemfontein. 656
Rugby Union: Wales are ready to beat the Springboks - Phillips; First Test was an opportunity missed. 613
Rugby Union: Welsh pride has been restored with this display; South Africa 34 Wales 19. 2251
Select committee listens to children; HUMAN RIGHTS: Youngsters making parliamentary history. 253
Sharp singer who escaped from the thistle fields; One night while working on the farm, Edgar Evans heard a voice. 1038
Speedway: Awesome. 140
Speedway: Oz riders too good to let track record slip; British Grand Prix, Cardiff. 652
Suicide bomber hunted. 285
Television: Consumer. 129
Television: Soap. 133
Tennis: French Open - Early present for brilliant Costa. 628
Tennis: French Open - Serena wins sisters' clash. 223
Trigger for a metamorphosis; The fight against terrorism has destabilised the world and unshackled despotic regimes . . . 1139
Tyrone to lead another fight - to become Rhondda's AM; Assembly: Tower's chairman wants to be a voice for all. 364
Uzbekistan: Nerve gas traces found at US war-on-terror base; Thousands of troops may have been exposed. 445
Wales A player to appear in court on rape charge; BRIDGEND: Allegation after Jubilee party. 327
Welsh duo are included in business magazine survey of the top 50 European entrepreneurs; STARS OF EUROPE: Sir Christopher Evans and Lindsay Owen-Jones in the spotlight again. 185
Westgate: No news for us. 226
Westgate: The write man? 149
WHAT THEY SAID. 161

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