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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (March 30, 2002)

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'A good time to shop around for a used car' CAR PRICES: Alliance and Leicester report a continuing all-round downward trend. 562
A rise to rags and riches; Julien Macdonald is in charge of a great couture house, but he loves his own label too. 1407
A time of rebirth - affirming life and faith; This weekend a secret army of almost a million people will be undergoing some sort of pilgrimage on roads and mountains of Britain and Ireland. 2309
A variety of antiques and affordable collectables; Antiques and Auctions CARMARTHEN: Derwen Fairs holds first event of the year. 246
A welcome in the hillside? 701
Accolade for WPD; Money CHARTER MARK. 212
Action to meet rising cattle TB threat; AGRICULTURE: The biggest threat to the health of the nation's herds. 619
Adieu, Beau; James Pritchard's London Diary. 144
AM calls for inquiry into tip; NEATH: Asbestos found partially buried at landfill site. 175
An American tourist's dream; ON THE MARKET: Top-notch B&B Llanwenarth House features in The New Yorker. 580
Arafat penned in as Israeli troops storm headquarters; MIDDLE EAST: Sharon sends in tanks but promises not to harm Palestinian leader. 638
Around Wales: Cardiff Helicopter to be used to combat vandalism and trespass. 260
Around Wales: Conwy. 104
Around Wales: Monmouthshire. 116
Around Wales: Powys. 110
Around Wales: Rhondda Cynon Taff. 122
Around Wales: Swansea. 115
Around Wales: Vale of Glamorgan. 108
As times change so do dealing prospects, thank goodness; Money THE MARKET: Once fingers have been burned, people are reluctant to take the same risks - let's look to the future. 489
Audi Magellan; NEW MODEL. 107
Bank on a decent deposit by investing in the future; Money MORTGAGES: Investments trusts good for long term. 660
Barman link not ruled out; MISSING MAN. 210
Barnett quits Harriers after Molby resigns. 259
Barratt offers luxury living in Dinas Powys. 184
Barry face two big hurdles in battle for title; LEAGUE OF WALES: Caernarfon relishing Jenner Park challenge. 300
Battling Salford are off bottom of table; SUPER LEAGUE. 106
Boarding raids planned by travel-happy pensioners; FREE TRANSPORT: Double-deckers ready to cope with rush. 287
Bob the Builder fixes it for his young fans. 199
Boyfriend drowns in pool at Malik party; POLICE: Celebration of daughter's 21st birthday turns to tragedy as fireman, 23, dies. 390
Brave player; James Pritchard's London Diary. 273
Brewers back campaign promoting safer sex. 113
Brightling Sea puts art in a new light; VARIETY PERFORMANCE: Artists from different disciplines blow new life into Shakespeare's Tempest. 310
Broadleaf toys with the competition; Money GIFTS: Small Llandybie-based company crafts hand-made wooden products with lasting appeal. 575
BSkyB looka like a rising star, likea da Ali G; Money INVESTMENT: Television group takes knock over ITV Digital but will probably rise again. 385
Calls to NSPCC helpline hit 500 a day; ADVERTISING: Nationwide campaign gets child abuse message across. 338
Can they apply for 25 years of unclaimed attendance benefits?; You and the law. 813
Cardiff snatch dramatic cup victory from the holders; PRINCIPALITY CUP: Cardiff 20 Newport 14. 926
Castleford facing tough cup task. 104
Chatty washing machine; INSIDE HOMES. 150
Children's drama to be filmed in Wales; TELEVISION: Acclaimed series switched from London. 322
Clocks to go forward at 1am. 105
Club Med sees signs of recovery; HOLIDAYS. 253
Coach Jones sees it as 10,000 against the six. 631
College claims. 220
Consumers continue to flex their plastic power; ECONOMY: Spending rises by 15pc in a month. 235
Council strategy involves closure of eight schools; CARMARTHENSHIRE: Councillors to discuss proposals next month. 432
Country and Weston theme for the Bluebirds defender; SOCCER: International football and promotion are the twin targets. 625
Course track record attracts motor racing legend Jackie; FAST WORK: F1 star to visit college's motor sport department. 187
Crashes provoke fears of congestion today as holiday traffic swells; TRAVEL: Holiday-makers look to make most of the holiday sunshine before traditional rain returns. 360
Creating glass a cut above the competition; Antiques and Auctions THOMAS WEBB: Name which became synonymous with top-quality designer wares. 441
Crowd expected for Easter treat at Culverhouse Cross; Antiques and Auctions CARDIFF: Wide range of pottery and glass on offer. 240
Cup giants Llanelli are suffering from injuries. 654
Cusack call on his Swans to delay the Hatters promotion party; DIVISION THREE: Caretaker-manager confident of an upset. 584
deals help with the move; WIMPEY: Three options to keep costs down. 226
Deaths by 'friendly fire' admitted by US military; WAR CASUALTIES: Errors blamed. 318
Demand for Aspect surges; CARDIFF: Only three penthouses remain. 279
Dissident republicans blamed for car bomb; ULSTER. 478
Doctors' errors. 409
Don't give away cash to your home's next owner; Money Line HOME IMPROVEMENT: Alterations that add value - and save pounds 300 by taking stock. 490
Earnie returns to boost City play-off push; SOCCER. 439
Easter festival stimulates creativity; TREGARON: Open exhibition, irreverent Shakespeare and a musical mix. 337
Economic growth weaker than anticipated; Money STATISTICS. 318
Edinburgh get the better of Glasgow; RUGBY UNION. 298
Education Secretary warns unions against strike action. 325
Estyn to change way school inspections are carried out. 192
Europe: Germany. 102
Everton are hit for six by rampant Newcastle; FAPREMIERSHIP: Newcastle Utd 6 Everton 2. 663
Excessive taxes. 123
Executives ignoring tax changes on horizon; Money COMPANY CARS. 265
EXHIBITION: Artist explores feelings of isolation. 150
Farmers need more support, not less; Letter of the week. 339
Fears of factory site over-supply rejected; PROPERTY: WDA initiative for disadvantaged area welcomed. 323
Female sucide bomber kills two at supermarket; JERUSALEM: Security guard tried to keep her out. 326
Fifty days to sail around the world; RECORD ATTEMPT: Tried and tested team confident on eve of epic 25,000-mile adventure. 665
Financial ignorance 'costing millions' SURVEY: Current account holders could collectively save pounds 75m. 366
Fletcher is busy making sure that his men get the rest the need during England's hectic schedule; CRICKET: Top players face constant cricket for period of 46 weeks. 481
Funding hope as rail stations switch operators; TRANSPORT. 237
Giggs and United must end their big-game hoodoo; PREMIERSHIP: Champions must pass their Elland Road examination. 543
Global cooling. 165
Gwendidau'r gyfres geriatrig; OPERAU SEBON: Pobol y Cwm dan straen. 511
Help for rural businesses; TOURISM: New scheme will provide pounds 5m support. 171
HIV victims in Wales forced to live a lie; HEALTH: Social stigma. 810
Homeworkers need a fair deal. 396
Howells expands and seeks to recruit 40 more sales staff; GROWTH: Cardiff department store builds new business under House of Fraser and attracts brand concessionaires. 162
Human remains in training shoe analysed; GRUESOME FIND: Link with former member of Manic Street Preachers ruled out. 332
Iranian production weaves dreams with uncanny ambience; THEATRE: Company visit marks first since Islamic Revolution. 328
It's a good age to be drawing a pension; second opinion. 232
It's mud and mayhem in the rugby trenches at Murrayfield; on TV. 745
It's on the House for hopeful McCain; Turf Talk RACING: Alan Keyte's Turf Talk; top tipping prospects; today's six racecards. 479
Italy coach Johnstone a strong contender for Bridgend post. 633
ITV Digital saga leaves Football League in limbo; DEAL: Conditions of contract not yet broken. 345
James Pritchard's London Diary. 270
Joint effort. 168
Just what is Easter egg-actly - and why the chocolate?; HOLY WEEK. 423
Karma rules in culture capital. 790
Landlords need to be aware of the law; Money BUY-TO-LET: Potential investors should consider time and expense involved. 399
Last Scots deep mine in liquidation; Money COAL. 344
Lewis is looking for hat-trick glory success with Bridgend; PRINCIPALITY CUP: No pressure on the new Brewery Field coach. 591
Llanon site; WESTBURY. 117
Lloyds TSB call centre brings 550 jobs; Money EXPANSION: First Minister opens the company's third facility in Wales at Pencoed. 364
Looking back. 523
Looking forward. 276
Mail investment. 190
Make an entrance to keep energy flowing; INTERIORS - HALLWAY: You could be storing up unnecessary trouble for yourself if this space doesn't channel the 'chi' in the best way - Lorraine Lewis, a Feng Shui consultant in South Wales, who travels the UK advising home owners and businesses, aiming to demystify the ancient oriental art. You can contact Lorraine on 029 2056 3110. 1123
Make the most of pensions tax relief; Money RETIREMENT: 'Not using the full allowance means that you are turning down money from the state'. 598
Married Premiership footballer who had affairs with two women finally named. 443
Megson has warning for his players. 210
Merthyr play numbers game and hope for that miracle; DR MARTENS LEAGUE: Relegation lurks in the shadows. 280
Mighty charm of senses; MUSICAL THEATRE: Zulu Nation gives its all. 231
Millennium dream for Welsh star Jenkins; DIVISION TWO: It's Wrexham today - but defender is hoping for City later. 529
Minister refused entry; Assembly Westgate. 351
MoD supports protocol on 'child soldiers' MILITARY. 261
More part-timers to get Barclays pension benefits; Money EMPLOYMENT: Bank to backdate payments. 195
Morse's Jaguar star of the auction; SALE: Car used in TV series could fetch up to pounds 80,000. 326
Moving can be a taxing business; Money Investment/Tax. 284
Mullen wants to experience Vetch challenge; SOCCER: Former Burnley manager throws his hat in ring for Swans' job. 1028
New inspired prophet for an old public service; Money Profile: Graham Cater. 1412
NHS parking lines private purse; HOSPITAL PARKING: Unions and patients object to wide range of fees. 320
No two properties the same at executive plots; PLAS PENCRUG: Emphasis on architecture. 254
Organisers of baton relay upset local authorities; QUEEN'S JUBILEE: Closure of roads demanded. 275
Parking panacea unlikely to help recruitment. 347
Part-timers bid for place in last four. 554
Patients will have to travel further for treatment, warns consultant; NHS STAFFING: Experts say shortage of specialists is being aggravated by too few graduates and early retirement. 387
PFA chief calls for fairer distribution of TV revenue; SOCCER: Base of game in danger of 'crumbling'. 317
Plaid sour grapes Thatcher's feats. 166
Plaid sour grapes. 210
Plaid's work. 223
Police keen to trace teenagers. 115
Pop idol Will appeals to missing 13-year-old. 326
Primarily painting for pleasure; BELIEFS: Philip Nicol draws parallels with cinematic art as he seeks to explain his genre. 614
Privacy versus public interest; COURTS: Legal battles provide ample evidence that the UK's become a nation of nosy parkers. 863
Prize fights, ghosts and a mouse's tale; TYNLLAN: Village's oldest house is a treasure trove of history, stories and mementos of a bygone age. 909
Protesters distribute leaflets highlighting threat to language and culture. 236
Radio plays take theatre bow. 133
Release likely soon for Telegraph journalist; ZIMBABWE: Lesser charges likely to mean small fine. 299
Remember to add salt to your fish; KOI CARP: Getting the mineral content of the water right will ensure a long and healthy life. 618
Revival of rural buildings; CLA AWARD. 136
Ride skilfully; TRAINING: Motorcyclists. 107
Rise in HIV cases prompts tests for pregnant women; AIDS: Number of new victims in Wales doubles in year. 275
Road death toll. 152
Roll up for magic of marbles; SPORT: Once the world tournament was dominated by a wee Welshman. 313
Royal Welsh delighted to welcome Princess Royal; ROYAL VISITOR: Princess returns to Llanelwedd. 118
Sacrificing Wales. 182
Sandwich duo celebrate; SWANSEA: Morriston Hospital snaps up brothers. 196
Schools should be ready to tackle bullies head on; CARDIFF: Expert warns not enough being done. 644
Scots have Schumacher on rocks, but it's early days; MOTORSPORT: Brazilian Grand Prix. 740
Seagrass hideaways; INSIDE HOMES. 144
Shell-shocked Welsh facing awesome task; JUNIOR WORLD CUP. 302
Simple hand-crafted work of class, by the Mouseman; Antiques and Auctions ADZING: The finish adds texture and complements grain. 463
Spending expected to set records; EASTER. 361
Spirit of past inspires farmer's future; HOPKIN SMITH: Freeman of Llantrisant blends the modern with the traditional. 857
Spring tour is first rough culture guide; ONTOUR: Raising the profile of Welsh culture. 659
Standards slip; Assembly Westgate. 181
Steelworks could become hospital site; EBBW VALE: Council's executive puts forward three options. 253
Stroke services. 137
Stubbing out any old art in a Tracey Emin ashtray; TELEVISION: Review. 627
Sun brings tourists flocking back; WEATHER. 217
Sun shines on busy beaches and national parks; EASTER HOLIDAYS: Tourism industry feels the warm glow of crowds of visitors. 1112
Super Carroll treble puts Leeds second. 104
The Arnage T - it's the syrup on the porridge; BENTLEY: Harking back to the glory days and setting new standards for sporting saloons. 660
This Liason is worth keeping. 409
Thompson rallying call for his men; PREMIERSHIP. 182
Three priceless points for 'lucky' Llanelli; LEAGUE OF WALES. 218
Time for UN to stop the cowardly tit-for-tat tantrums. 421
Townhouse revival. 152
UK has 8pc of the world's 'A-list' companies; SURVEY: Vodafone, Lloyds TSB and GlaxoSmithKline listed among elite 400 large firms. 212
Uncritical praise. 261
Under-siege ITV put their hopes in attracting viewers and revenue from World Cup fever; Talking Business in Sport. 968
Unsecured lending rises at record rate; Money CREDIT: Consumers target special offers. 180
VW poised to become top diesel marque; FUEL: CO 2 emissions-based taxation helps influence sales. 328
Warning over contaminated king prawns; HEALTH. 177
Wasps ready for Tigers; SPEEDWAY: Stone discounts complacency. 136
Williams looks for step to seventh heaven; BOAT RACE. 347
Wizards look to weave a bit more magic on their way to the crown; DIVISION ONE: Pooler's cup exploits give the chasing pack a chance. 341
You could save pounds 300 - in a careful review of finances; Money. 408
Zimed closes on stock market listing; ST ASAPH: Biolife Ventures takeover negotiations at advanced stage. 456

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