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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (June 26, 2002)

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`Jigsaw falls into place' as fort sold to National Trust for pounds 1; HERITAGE: Renovated building adds to downland already owned by charity and popular with migrant birds. 327
`No-mates Tony' faces being voted out of his own House; Eviction threat from Number 10 grows as Prime Minister's supporters are thrown to the wolves. 896
900 jobs at tractor plant cut amid row over euro; COVENTRY. 396
A medal for Bill. 142
A perfect package. 202
A slight blip on independence; Letters to the Editor. 167
A sly tax rise. 104
Action to compel sick to be treated; MENTAL HEALTH. 355
Aid for Africa to increase, says Blair; POLITICS. 186
Airport aims to double number of passengers; TBI. 407
Airport beats the doubters to offer plans for expansion; The Western Mail Business Comment. 256
Angela sees both her companies win success; FURNITURE: Design consultancy and bespoke production outlet are growing. 653
Archives database to go online; RECORDS: New way to discover nation's heritage. 431
Around Wales. 1696
Asda to spend pounds 7m on extension; CARDIFF. 265
Asylum seekers need more help in their new environment. 183
Athletics: No-show fears for Jackson at Welsh Games; EXCLUSIVE: Star down for Prague on same day. 605
Bent banana laws ruled out; REGULATIONS: Asda wins High Court food grading battle. 191
Better sport in our schools. 128
Boomerang's Assembly grant. 104
BOWLS: Corus cash will bring titles to Ebbw Vale. 394
Branching out to Llanelli; People in Business. 814
Britain urged to match European Union standard on support; CRIME: Charity claims holidaymakers abroad not properly protected. 307
Business ventures aim to be The Biz; INITIATIVE. 276
Call for a conference to tackle drugs problem; POLITICS. 360
Castle Cement accident-free Boomerang's Assembly grant; Business Westgate. 309
Celtic voice given global audience; Jenny O'Brien's radio station is international and in pretty good company. 751
City Market Report. 356
Cleared bungle surgeons to face inquiry; JUSTICE: Dramatic end to case. 611
Collapse in R&D hits Assembly hopes; ECONOMY: Research shows a growing crisis in improving the knowledge-based sector. 505
Community effort helps children's hospital appeal move a step closer; Monmouthshire. 221
Controversial Dorothy Squires tribute show returns Info; CONCERT: Critics slammed show in London. 274
Cor Bro Ogwr and top singers head for Porthcawl; CHOIR: Flying the flag for Wales in Budapest. 126
Cost the catalyst for reducing suppliers; SURVEY: Report questions how long quality can be maintained while some car makers risk using single-sourcing policies. 294
Couple accused of carrying out vigilante-style attack. 257
Couple found dead in their home were alcoholics; INQUEST: Husband and wife with no close friends died of natural causes. 214
Cramped seats biggest deterrent to long-haul flights; SURVEY: United States remains the most popular destination for UK travellers prepared to fly long distances. 321
Cricket: Gough is big doubt for NatWest series; TRIANGULAR SERIES: Fast bowler suffers recurrence of knee problem. 334
Cricket: Hussain wants one-day contracts; CAPTAIN'S CALL: England skipper urges greater priority for one-day game. 345
Daughter may have died trying to save Mandy; CLYDACH MURDER TRIAL: Child may have unwittingly provided killer with weapon, says judge. 338
Dead driver `may have murdered wife' INVESTIGATION: Suicide theory after father-of-two's fatal car crash. 868
Dewhirst unit in Cardigan at risk as M&S buys abroad; ECONOMY. 272
Drive for fresh chances; Street Talk Richard Murphy. 331
Electronic decoy cars could be used as `bait' to catch criminals; INNOVATION: Vehicles to be packed with electronic wizardry. 342
Emmerdale HTV Wales, 7pm).; Soap. 119
Engineer's overseas bonanza; WATER STORAGE: Braithwaite helping Third World to develop amenities. 411
Europe: Yugoslavia. 114
Expertise keeping companies in top Tier One-stop-shop offers complete service; HIRWAUN INDUSTRIAL ESTATE: Suppliers to major Japanese producers. 605
Fake goods linked with terrorist fund-raising; CONSUMER FRAUD. 421
Family of serial killer get chance to check DNA tests. 246
Far East fleets. 286
Food faddists threaten healthy eating; NUTRITION: Film and TV celebrities and diet pundits are scaring people into bad habits or confusion. 670
Football: World Cup 2002: Germany hero Ballack to miss final showdown; WORLD CUP: Semi-final match-winner's deliberate `technical foul' praised by coach Rudi Voller. 290
Football: World Cup 2002: Hiddink blames respect for the hosts' defeat; REACTION. 363
Football: World Cup 2002: Rivaldo warns Turkey against seeking revenge over his play-acting; SECOND SEMI-FINAL PREVIEW: Brazil v Turkey. 627
Football: World Cup 2002: Seaman takes holiday to consider his international future. 394
Football: World Cup 2002: Tears and joy for ace Ballack; WORLD CUP SEMI-FINAL: South Korea 0 u Germany 1. 708
Footballer's son struck by meningitis; WREXHAM. 258
Fossilised trees exposed as sands are eaten away; ENVIRONMENT: Campaigners blame dredging for beach erosion on holiday peninsula. 533
France cocks a snook at UK lamb and EC rulings; EU TRADE. 334
Full house thanks to stadium; CARDIFF: Property agents for Southgate House say Millennium Stadium has had a positive impact with building almost fully let. 233
Gerling NCM beats climate to make gains; CREDIT INSURER. 258
Glamorgan in confident mood; CRICKET: Welsh county aim to carry on good work against Middlesex. 711
Glenys Kinnock reassures family of Georgia kidnap victim; BUSINESSMAN: Euro-MP in contact with EU Commissioner for External Relations. 361
Golf academy set up at college is Welsh first; PEMBROKESHIRE: New initiative will be `looking for Ryder Cup stars of future'. 466
Gyrus posts estimates ahead of expectations. 132
Hint of rift between Blair and US over Middle East; POLITICS: Straw refuses to endorse Bush's demand that Arafat must go. 568
Hodge asset growth increase; BANKING: Cardiff-based financial services group is optimistic for future. 479
How to achieve a successful an Initial Public Offering. 314
Hunger-strike father wins fight for son; COMA CASE: Health authority agrees to bring Peter home to Wales after protest on Assembly doorstep. 415
Jet `directed over firing exercise' ARMY RANGE. 177
Leap can put best foot forward; RACING: Runners and riders at today's six meetings; top tipping prospects; yesterday's results guide. 864
Lottery grants; Briefly. 705
Mammoths dug up at Ice Age site; ARCHAEOLOGY. 178
Mechanic, 18, died in car crash after oversleeping; INQUEST. 406
Meningitis help. 270
Milestone festival kicks off in style; LOWER MACHEN: 900th anniversary of church is marked in music. 200
Minister urges Test team for Wales; CRICKET: Call follows eight-wicket humbling of England at Sophia Gardens. 252
Ministers meet up for questions; WELSH AFFAIRS. 144
MoD contract may bring up to 1,000 jobs to Wales; MANUFACTURING: Lorry plant likely to be built near M4. 229
Modern languages lose out in the promotion of Welsh; EDUCATION: A warning is sounded as the Assembly considers having some humanities subjects taught through Welsh in English-medium schools. 598
More ethnic members of public bodies are needed; REPRESENTATION: Bid to reflect the public served. 186
More promise for premises; SURVEY: Business sector set for a boost over next six months. 559
MOTORSPORT: Hard-working Rees flat out to make rally. 341
Move to help redundant meat workers; DAWN PAC: Task force set up after 183 jobs lost because of fire. 203
Movement forecast at ports; ABP: Group turnover for six months to June expected to be up minimum 3pc. 313
MPE looking to expand. 269
Neurological services switch opposed; HEALTH: Politicians united against movement of paediatric treatment to capital. 918
New name soon for Hirwaun Engineering. 179
Online winners collect pounds 2,000 and now aim for pounds 8,000. 196
Pedestrians `suffer from bad car design' SAFETY: Drivers and passengers benefit from improvements, according to European New Car Assessment Programme. 267
Poem inspires television drama; RHONDDA: 3,000 residents will be filmed in one scene. 182
Police make Crimewatch appeal over axe murder; MONMOUTHSHIRE LINK: pounds 50,000 reward for information offered as 15-year mystery is presented to public. 410
Police officer denies porn charges; FLINTSHIRE. 215
Policeman's trial delayed for another two months; WREXHAM: Pc charged with sending indecent messages. 199
Pop tracks with a bilingual beat; MUSIC: Debut CD thought to be first disc recorded in both Welsh and Cornish. 585
Princess Margaret leaves pounds 7.6m; ROYALTY. 181
Probation service told it could do better; NORTH WALES. 311
Programme makers find themselvProgramme makers find themselves in the spotlight; THE COMMUNICATIONS BILL: Lively debate expected when senior executives from news and current aTHE COMMUNICATIONS BILL: Lively debate expected when senior executives from news and current affairs programming from across the UK discuss implications of impending changes. 305
Prosecution's lead witness holes its case; MANSLAUGHTER TRIAL: Crown Prosecution Service puts a brave face on dramatic collapse of case. 686
Q&A/ G8. 508
Rail union slashes funding to Labour in protest at `betrayal' RMT: Government warned it cannot expect `blank cheque'. 441
Rhyfeddodau prin. 642
Richards determined to return; ASSEMBLY: Independent AM rejects reports. 146
Rugby: BBC threat to pull out of Six Nations coverage could mean financial ruin for WRU; RUGBY UNION: Corporation attempts to persuade acceptance of pounds 63m deal by claiming it is considering screening Football League matches following collapse of ITV Digital. 548
RUGBY: Bleus victims of own success, says French rugby president; TOUR: Last redeeming chance for Six Nations champions. 248
RUGBY: Former Wales star Turner moves to Harlequins to take Hill's job; ZURICH PREMIERSHIP: End of Gloucester association. 234
RUGBY: Rugby league international Givvons dies at age of 88; OBITUARY: Street named after player. 259
Rugby: Tawake turns on power against spirited Welsh; UNDER-21 WORLD CUP: Australia 43 u Wales 7. 569
School choir to perform at Assembly; Briefly. 357
Scratch and chain poser for jury; CLYDACH KILLINGS: Judge expected to conclude trial summing up today. 610
Seeing red over rail safety. 475
Singapore slings Wales a challenge. 579
Some wand-waving required and better be quick about it; STOCK EXCHANGE: Humble pie to be eaten as TBI reports figures in line with expectations. 293
Southall rail crash survivor dismayed at safety changes; TRANSPORT: Wales omitted from ATP system. 241
Spotlight Shaun Williams. 130
Stadium go-ahead as legal details are ironed out; SWANSEA: Rugby and soccer teams will share venue. 323
Stockbroker's sites for sale; Briefly. 216
Survey puts spotlight on consultants; QUIZ: Patients rate doctors. 218
TBI rises to the challenge; AIRPORTS: `Excellent results' despite aborted takeover bid and September 11. 434
Tennis: Wimbledon 2002: Easy opener for Henman as he destroys French qualifier; ONE-SIDED: British No 1 looks like a man with a plane to catch. 651
Tennis: Wimbledon 2002: Kournikova must face `problems' VERDICT. 171
Tennis: Wimbledon 2002: O'Donoghue shrugs off mauling by world No 1; WOMEN'S SINGLES: Champion eases past teenager from Wigan. 506
Tennis: Wimbledon 2002: Unknown Ancic serves notice as he sends Federer crashing; TEENAGE TRIUMPH: Man tipped to be champion by John McEnroe dumped out by young Croatian. 509
Tennis: Wimbledon 2002: Wimbledon Digest. 1541
The Bench BBC 2W, 9.15pm).; Drama. 101
The Communications Bill - introducing a major new institutional presence into Welsh public life, with an important role in matters like media concentration. 831
The Communications Bill - Is liberalising the UK's media market compatible with protecting the public service remit for the UK's nations and regions? 448
Tories want details of fraud probe; WJEC. 133
Transforming the Welsh political landscape. 483
UK is left to fund DVT research; AIR TRAVEL: WHO work on deep vein thrombosis lacks support from EU members. 587
UK to help France tighten security at depot; ASYLUM SEEKERS: Home Secretary told Sangatte camp will not be closed until Immigration Bill starts to have effect. 458
Update. 807
US Air Force salutes lost fighter pilot; MEMORIAL. 223
Van deal's re-Merc-able record; Business Westgate. 253
Website to improve community relations. 150
Westgate at Westminister. 543
World: Tanzania. 109
Yesterday's results. 202

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