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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (March 22, 2002)

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80,000 non-teachers. 162
A flutter at 90; Westgate. 333
Academic wins retrial over paternity; APPEAL COURT: Judge Morgan's ruling against putative father seeking DNA tests on twins is overturned. 656
Algee makes The Point a place to be; VENUES. 157
Anger at cut in murderer's sentence; LAW AND ORDER: Law lord impressed by prison behaviour of 'Wizard of Oz' killer. 180
Answer, please. 136
Around Wales: Caerphilly. 101
Around Wales: Cardiff. 118
Around Wales: Merthyr Tydfil. 103
Around Wales: Monmouthshire. 101
Around Wales: Neath Port Talbot. 120
Around Wales: Pembrokeshire. 159
Atale of red tape and green-top. 693
Back-from-dead Coleman poised for return to footballing action; EURO 2004: Reserve team outing could herald some good news for Hughes and Wales. 517
Below-par Wales book last-eight meeting with Argentina; UNDER-19 WORLD CUP: Georgia 3 Wales 13. 312
Blair absence from 'dull' army debate supported; COMMONS: Labour stalwart comes to Premier's defence. 248
Blair pledges to investigate jubilee medal dispute; AWARDS. 214
Blast blows talks of truce apart; JERUSALEM: 'I told two cops about him. By the time they got to him, he blew up'. 654
Bossman ready to rule again; RACING: Today's three racecards; top tipping prospects; yesterday's results. 251
Brilliant Brewerton performance; GOLF: Wales ace finishes trip in style. 239
Britannia Airways forced woman to use a faulty seat. 206
Bush 'not afraid of two-bit terrorists' after death blast; PERU: At least nine die in explosion outside US embassy. 220
Cannabis scheme saves police thousands of hours; LAW AND ORDER: More incidents of drug possession and trafficking recorded during softly, softly project. 427
Cardiff's glamour is beginning to rub off on the rest of Wales; TOURISM: Wales has long suffered from outdated stereotypical images but Cardiff's mix of buzzing modernism and traditional historical and cultural values draws new visitors. 726
Cardinal mistake. 202
Cash for exam passes. 192
Children really dig day at the Gardens learning; PROJECT: Centre sows seeds of education. 1252
Children's charity decision day; MEETING: Rescue possible for projects put in jeopardy. 205
Chillas in dream start. 157
Church school success. 191
City Market Report. 208
City opens bidding for European title; CAPITAL OF CULTURE. 209
Computerised calls get truants' parents to act; EDUCATION: Phone system cuts staff time and truancy. 314
Condoms initiative. 184
Corus keeps faith with Henry VIII's angry monk; CURSE: Apprentices avert disaster. 648
Crawshay's record on the line; SCHOOLS RUGBY: Two tough games for invitation side. 400
Damilola's friend says he was bullied by accused; OLD BAILEY: Schoolboy 'accosted' by trial brothers. 225
Davey in confident mood ahead of Newbury clash. 476
Death-leap youth had taken drug; INQUEST: Accident verdict on teenager who jumped over quarry fence after taking Ecstasy. 685
Democratic choices. 274
Diesel option ahead of the game. 142
Disaster strikes for lucky Phil; Westgate. 209
Dominatrix battles for whip hand in sex shop licence row; PORNOGRAPHY: Boutique bid to sell adult videos challenged by vicar's group. 617
Don't persecute the rural minority. 273
Dozens of dead migrating birds found in village. 163
Drama. 123
Driving ban for rugby player; NEATH: Flanker is club's third offender in six months. 130
Early-release scheme 'not a soft option' PRISONS. 317
Ebdon ruins the Williams birthday celebrations with Dublin win; SNOOKER: No happy return for Welsh ace as he succumbs in Irish Masters. 420
Europe: Germany. 111
Evaluating resources. 142
Ex-soldier took fatal overdose; INQUEST: Body found by girlfriend, coroner told. 200
Farm co-ops are in talks on a merger for October; AGRICULTURE. 163
Farmer mutilated in tank ignored safety procedures; INQUEST: Verdict of accidental death. 241
Fast-track courses for students seeking an MBA; BUSINESS STUDIES: The University of Glamorgan offers its MBA course to experienced managers as well as to degree-holders aged 25 or more. 845
Father defends adult 'sixth-former' TELEVISION: Former Cardiff student criticised over pretence. 126
Fears for missing girl, 15; PEMBROKESHIRE: Teenager hasn't been seen for a week. 161
Fewer under-18s becoming pregnant; HEALTH: Hutt encouraged by faster fall than in England, but Welsh average still higher than English. 594
Film reviews by Brinley Hamer-Jones. 374
Finance choice could save you hundreds; BUYING A CAR: Don't just accept the first deal you are offered. 299
First-aid with a caution. 208
Flawed argument. 134
Force from the North continues to grow; SUPERMARKETS: Morrison's plans more stores in Wales and southern England. 546
Ford educates dealers on diversity issues; MINORITIES: Brochure provides helpful 'next steps'. 218
Fresh appeal of under-rated Xantia; CITROEN: A smart choice offering improved fuel economy and a 'magic carpet' ride. 463
Fun down at the Bay starts here; ENTERTAINMENT: Cardiff celebrates. 372
Funeral of policeman, 37; TRAGEDY: Fall blamed for death of sergeant. 263
Fury over AM's letter to union; LABOUR. 285
Gadgets that gather dust; KITCHENS: Taste, not trends, is what most people want. 231
Gales drink fuel faster; RAC WARNING. 114
Get up to net speed with broadband; DIGITAL. 437
Golf's a handicap; Westgate. 152
Government attacked over fallout from 'steelgate' COMMONS. 369
Harrington suffers disappointing finish to promising first round; GOLF: The Players Championship, Sawgrass. 525
Here comes the sun. . . 142
Hi-tech pilot will jet you from A to B; IN-CAR NAVIGATION. 334
Howells's medal haul ends nightmare; SWIMMING: Welsh star returns in triumph after month's drugs ban. 260
Howley has sneaking regard for international ace Healey; SIX NATIONS: Versatile player rated top-class. 358
Hunt solution bodes ill for foxes in the uplands; BLOOD SPORTS: Another six-month consultation period. 334
Hurricane blows in. 131
Hutchison dash hopes of 600 jobs in unused BT call centre; EXCLUSIVE: Telecoms giant pulls out of negotiations to upgrade Nantgarw facility and will look for a property elsewhere in the UK. 347
Ill-judged attack. 184
Innovation at a competitive price; JAGUAR: V6 versions add punch at different ends of the scale. 842
Insider 's guide to shopping in Chepstow; Shopping Wales. 832
Is it 'cos we is Welsh? Ali G would like to see a swap with Jamaica; COMEDY: Spoof character lines up with the likes of Anne Robinson and outlines radical plans for the United Kingdom that he'd implement if he were Prime Minister. 593
It's only words . . . 132
Jones injury worry puts game plan in doubt; RUGBY UNION: Cardiff fly-half Robinson joins up with the senior squad. 596
Kasprowicz tipped to make big impact with Glamorgan; CRICKET: Australian Test ace can take the pressure off county's young bowlers. 746
Labour's conference sandwich; LLANDUDNO. 131
Lack of childcare forcing women out of workplace; EXCLUSIVE: Urgent action urged over 'national scandal'. 344
Laser proves a glass act in security fight; CODING. 105
Lawrence sounds note of caution as City prepare for Welsh derby; SOCCER: Dragons can still breathe fire, warns manager. 324
Leslie praise for Saints' coach; SCOTLAND: Wellington-born player earns recall against France. 388
Luxury lounging in a Vivid-coloured eye-catcher; SPECIAL EDITIONS: Extras packed in for a bargain price. 307
Man sent a suicide text to wife; INQUEST. 197
Man who built the Principality stands down; BUILDING SOCIETY: John Mitchell retires after 16 successful years as chief executive. 265
Minister creates rift with CBI over creationism. 212
Minister's delight 'appals' CBI; EDUCATION: Failure of 'creationist' type of school triggers war of words. 641
Morgan 'still the ace in Labour pack' CONFERENCE. 162
Negligence ruling 'can work to the advantage of schools' LITIGATION: 'Clarion call' to lobby for more resources to ensure staff aren't sued. 546
New exhibition brings dinosaurs back to life. 204
No other teacher should face my 18-month nightmare; OPINION: uspending staff without telling them the allegations is wrong. 976
On the road with the other side of Clive James; TV's wittiest man of letters teams up with his old pal for a song and poem tour. 1438
Oscars beckon Brits. 109
Pc says he wanted to teach teenager a lesson; COURT: Officer accused of attack tells of arrest. 187
People put power into regenerating communities; TOURISM AWARDS. 498
Plant leading medical research; AMERSHAM: Chief executive of global concern renames premises. 566
Police capture escapee; FISHGUARD: Appeal goes out for criminal on the run. 142
Pope speaks out against child-abusing priests; CATHOLIC CHURCH. 344
Prize goes to film on Manics and 'bad boy' Howells; FESTIVAL: Celtic filmmakers gather in Brittany. 620
Pupil quitters can be proud; PERSONAL HEALTH: Pilot scheme at three city schools help smokers to quit. 785
Raceway speeds back into action. 164
Rare Ford rally car restored to former glory for Goodwood hillclimb. 475
Refined runabout stands out in the mass market; ROAD TEST: Peugeot 307 2.0 Automatic builds on the qualities that helped win Car of the Year award. 720
REM star denies inventing pill story; COURT. 360
Rhondda and Swansea clash in final; YOUTH RUGBY: Dewar Shield on brink of conclusion after exciting competition. 398
Rising soccer star banned from playing. 174
Roundabout route to the rehabilitation of cannabis; Increasing numbers of people are frustrated with being criminalised for using drug. 1021
Same badge, two very different cars; FORD: Latest Focus and Mondeo ranges carry same ST badge but offer different driving experiences. 726
School Channel 4 team kicked out after pupil, 17, turns out to be producer, 30; TVSTORM: Teachers and pupils stunned to discover that student documentary subject is fully grown adult planted by film team. 379
Scrapping of tests urged. 181
Seek help on menopause, women urged; HEALTH: Confusion and misinformation may be putting lives in danger. 321
Shopping tastes:Supplements; Shopping Wales. 166
Smoke them out. 189
Smokescreen fears in emmission tests expansion; Motoring Comment. 215
Smugglers killing corner shops; DUTY: Struggling retailers can't compete with cheap beer and tobacco from Continent. 588
South Wales people look good and feel good about their lives; SURVEY: Research International tries to determine the factors constituting well-being and find that South Walians have it. 218
Sport. 105
State to appeal against 20-year term; QUEENSLAND: Sentence for backpackers' killer declared 'inadeequate'. 277
Stay ahead of traffic delays with 7 Series; BMW: Keeping drivers on track. 413
Student international. 191
Suicide verdict overturned; HIGH COURT: Family welcomes decision. 214
Take to road with a power shower; SUBARU: Impreza STi sets blistering pace. 394
Taylor blown away as he fails to take chance. 180
Taylor-made for night to remember; RUGBY UNION: Centre looks to star in the A-team again. 872
Teachers need computers at home to keep up with pupils in class; TECHNOLOGY: 'Many seven-year-olds have better skills than a newly-qualified teacher'. 411
Time to tighten system. 180
Training queue grows. 172
Treasury launches investigation into 'outdated' mechanism of block grant. 202
Trunk road spending to leap by 65pc a year; INFRASTRUCTURE. 378
Unison discord at meeting; APPOINTMENT: Unionists want a say over new regional secretary. 158
Up-to-date details of car prices and reviews in the palm of your hand; PRODUCT: Parker's Online allows motorists to download information. 316
US reveals details of Camp X-ray trials. 252
Wales poised to cash in on MG Rover's Chinese alliance; MOTOR INDUSTRY: 'Great opportunity' for suppliers. 322
Wales save the best for last; BOWLS Jones-inspired Welsh sign off with victory. 275
Welsh heard in Llandudno. 145
West Staines makes its mark on Hollywood; CINEMA: Ali G's yellow shell suits and dodgy jewellery blasts onto the big screen. 932
Western Mail shortlisted for media awards. 171
Wet weather again delays start of match; SECOND TEST. 290
Will Nellie trump the professor?; PANTOMIME. 160
Yesterday 's results. 401
Youngster Hurst tipped for top; SPORTSTAR: British title beckons for Welsh ace. 361
Zurich realigns after losing pounds 494m; INSURANCE: Financial services group suffers from September 11 fallout. 258

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