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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (May 11, 2002)

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Antiques & Auctions: A centre for everyone; BRECON: Gem in a Georgian house. 223
Antiques & Auctions: Silver labels just the ticket for collectors; COLLECTIBLES: Many 18th Century pieces carry the names of vines that have long been forgotten. 692
Antiques & Auctions: Sporting chance of a trophy with memories; MEMORABILIA: Sale is soaked in history. 380
Around Wales: Carmarthenshire. 192
Around Wales: Pembrokeshire. 161
Around Wales: Swansea. 144
Around Wales: Wrexham. 134
Arts: Bringing `Carry On' star out of the dark closet; COMEDY: Stand-up comic finally makes it to the Edinburgh Festival - with a little help from Charles Hawtrey. 515
Arts: BROADCASTING: Chance to put views on BBC output. 157
Arts: EXHIBITION: Building in the American tradition. 310
Arts: Fly-on-the-wall book deal. 186
Arts: Parry's `lost' anthem aired; MUSIC PREMIERE: Trefor Brass Band to play American work at centenary concert. 577
Arts: Woody Allen is so sexy, actress gushes. 143
Assembly to help staff at closure-threatened factory; LLANELLI: `Public agencies have come together quickly and are doing everything possible to support the workforce'. 214
Assembly Westgate: Fair game. 133
Assembly Westgate: Monkey business. 199
Assembly Westgate: Mount Jeopardy. 148
Assembly Westgate: Rear admirable and the able AM. 178
AVONMOUTH: Lorry driver admits lesser charge on bridge crash. 284
Back on Highway 61 with the Napoleons in rags. 823
Bank manager guilty of harassment; CARDIFF: CCTV cameras showed man damaging property at the home of son's former lover. 362
BASKETBALL: Rebels have last chance to pick up silverware; Welsh side aim to end season in style. 282
BIG BROTHER: Sex change woman on reality TV. 204
Books: Mastering language by reading between the lines. 641
Books: Pick of the paperbacks. 377
Books: Young minds like living in the past; Dean Powell meets Jenny Sullivan, whose books about Welsh witches and wizards are pure magic for children across the land. 1056
BOXING: Samuels's `world' collapses again; IBO title chances disappears with opponents' illness. 278
Britons travelling abroad adds to balance of payments deficit; TOURISM: Dip in number of overseas visitors hurting economy. 250
BROADCASTING: Green Bay captures two top television talents. 381
Busy time for police. 366
Byw: Newidiadau mawr mewn trafnidiaeth; Y trenau'n boblogaidd a Karl Benz yn dyfeisio'r injan betrol. 360
Byw: Pymtheg munud o enwogrwydd; `Paid synnu os fydd 'na coffee maker a Mercedes Sports Coupe yn glanio'n tyi'. 486
Byw: Y ddawn o droi'r gair yn gnawd; Bu Angharad Jones yn Gomisiynydd Drama S4C ers chwe blyned bellach. Owain Pennar fu'n ei holi am ei gwaith a'i gweledigaeth. 1014
Can't get no satisfaction with modern music. 735
Carnage on the 12.45. 563
Catalogue of errors has led to failure and death. 423
CD reviews. 474
Cd reviews: Ten out of ten for Tom Waits for linking Alice in Wonderland with Blood Money. 217
City market report. 562
Columnists If only swimming didn't mean you had to get wet. 681
COURT: Ex-police firearms man jailed. 140
Cricket: Batsmen put Glamorgan in box seat at New Road; CUSHION: Bowlers can manufacture victory for Welsh county. 577
Cyn dditectif yn trafod troseddau hynod. 504
Death and disruption means more questions; DISASTER: The Potters Bar crash will expose new fears. 454
Decline in PE in schools gives cause for concern; REPORTS: Studies point to a `disturbing situation'. 461
Decline in sports lessons may hit NHS; SCHOOLS: `Children fat and unfit because they aren't getting the PE they need'. 379
DNA proves Hanratty was guilty but his family plan to fight on; APPEAL: Murder established `beyond doubt'. 506
Dog joins the car-crime fight. 125
DRUG MISUSE: Sandfields youth to help Belarus. 122
Eating in & Out: Down Under day comes up tops. 479
Eating in & Out: Heavenly offerings at the Old Rectory; Colin Pressdee continues his tour of Michelin star holders with a visit in the shadow of Snowdon. 596
Eating in & Out: Sauvignon Blanc the world over. 461
ENLARGED PROSTATE: Gyrus product saves scalpel and bed time. 125
Explore franchising, the most secure of all new businesses; EXHIBITION: Franchise Experience has hourly seminars. 526
Fashion: Shouldering trends; If you're one of those who like to flash that flesh when the sun shines, Catherine Jones has some suggestions for showing off a nice pair of shoulders. 412
Festival caters to all tastes; MUSIC: Wrexham celebrates Queen's Golden Jubilee with packed programme. 526
Film fans run and rerun in pursuit of trivia; The multiplexes are multiplying. Despite the rise of television, going to the cinema is booming again. And many can't get enough details about the Hollywood stars and films, reports Rhodri Owen. 1965
FINANCE: A land of big spenders - and prudent shoppers; Credit card survey shows huge contrasts between age groups. 546
FINANCES: Milliennium Stadium goes into the red. 304
FLOTATION: Wood kindles interest. 203
Football: Alexander never thought he'd get Scotland call in Second Division. 663
Football: Bangor Ladies confident of retaining title against County. 323
Football: Beckham finally poised to sign United contract today - a year on since talks began. 455
Football: Bradford plunge into pounds 10m crisis. 210
Football: Brymbo ever optimistic. 103
Football: Coates expects final appearance to be swansong; Midfielder fears he will be shown the door by his home-town club. 635
Football: FAW PREMIER CUP: Cusack call for trouble-free Premier final. 430
Football: Lewis and Geller out to reshape Exeter; NATIONWIDE LEAGUE: Former Swans chairman teams up with psychic spoon bender. 452
Football: Roberts feels that fortune doesn't favour Norwich. 324
Football: Sullivan in lucky blue suit to beat South Stand jinx; Division One play-off final. 660
Football: TICKET SALES: FAW confident friendly will break even. 503
Football: Ton up for their battle with Neath; WELSH LEAGUE: Title in their own hands. 151
Gardening: Picture this display at Chelsea; John Humphries finds a perfect place for ferns, made by nature. 613
Giroflex switches `same name' to Orangebox; OFFICE FURNITURE: Company wants mobile products to reach a broader market. 248
Gold chain disclosure in murder trial; CROWN COURT: Cousin of accused says he was asked to buy replica jewellery found at scene of crime. 550
GOLF: Early bird Woosnam holds onto his good position; Welsh ace remains one stroke off the lead. 682
GOLF: Edwards win in vain. 106
GOLF: More rough and less fairway call by Price in Ryder Cup preparation. 474
Homes: A prized piece of Welsh history; ON THE MARKET: Offers of upto pounds 3m expected for estate of 455 acres. 672
Homes: Chance to share South Wales's best-kept secret; Four developers transform quarry site. 533
Homes: FAVOURITE ROOM: No rooms for any doubts here; Ownership is a way for Botanic Garden director to preserve ancient house. 933
Homes: First-time buyers, don't get saddled with a cowboy!; REFURBISHMENT: Seek recommendations. 717
Homes: Homes with a sea view `selling fast' SPACIOUS: Family accommodation over three floors. 209
Homes: Kitchen design that can be coped with - provided you plan well; DIY: Loads of looks and and finishing touches give you the opportunity to create domestic practicality. 761
Homes: Pink is hot, but don't ignore gold; INTERIOR DESIGN: Look out for complementary colours to echo fashion in clothes. 522
Homes: Tips to add extra style to your home; INTERIOR DESIGN: Use of panelling, decorating a cottage bedroom and making a small room look larger. 852
Homes: You and the law; Your legal questions answered by Andrew Manners of Hugh James Solicitors (0845 6010710). 926
HQ catches up with idea of Dafydd contesting a list seat. 381
Inside Homes: A mix-up in the kitchen. 126
INTERNET: Racing frogs webbed site leaps ahead. 225
Internet: Watch out for some imminent court action; The flaw in the whole system is that it's just a bit of a pain. 597
Interview Colin Farrell: Film fan Farrell bumps into Cruise, Spacey, Pacino and now Willis; Rob Driscoll meets an actor whose rapid rise should see him as an international household name before the year is out and who is still coming to terms with the bizarre reality of playing alongside Hollywood's stars. 962
Investment/Tax Sharon: Self-employed can claim a tax credit for their children. 370
Jones reveals extra pounds 3m sheep package. 203
Jubilee opera extravaganza in Cardiff Bay. 407
Lastminute sales boost clicks with extra efficiency to make early milestone; ONLINE: Retailer breakthrough is three months ahead. 305
Letter: Balkanised Britain. 284
Letter: Casuals will kill WNO reputation. 204
Letter: Disabled access to public transport. 356
Letter: Durex - safe sex? 121
Letter: Electronic voting and democracy. 202
Letter: Inert government. 104
Letter: Let's find an alternative to this so-called alternative; Letter of the week. 427
Letter: Leukemia and landfill sites. 237
Letter: Remember the Princess of Wales. 190
Letter: Rural housing. 307
Letter: Saunders Lewis vindicated. 215
Letter: Teachers' hours. 140
Letter: The facts on eurozone entry. 406
Letter: Welsh Britain and Strathclyde. 180
Letter: Why brand Plaid Cymru as racist? 146
LITERATURE: Shortlist for Tir na n-Og book awards for Wales. 231
Llwyfan bls a hen jcs stl; S4C: Noson Lawen i'w Chofio. 498
Logica loses 700 jobs in tough climate; CARDIFF: Anxious wait for IT workforce as company decides which UK bases will absorb cuts. 586
London Diary: Faithful ballet tells Gelert's tale. 243
London Diary: Society gathering. 141
London Diary: Strawberries for glam Shirley. 117
Longest-running musical bows out; WEST END: Cats to live out `remaining lives' on global stage. 314
Looking back. 566
Looking forward. 510
Man sought after stabbing. 123
Marconi gets pounds 19m rail deal. 130
MILLENNIUM STADIUM: Robbie's son to lead team out. 251
Minister wants to remove red tape from pensions; SCHEMES: Darling in favour of reduced regulation. 336
Money is more important than love in the UK today; SURVEY: Investment company research shows how much cash contributes to people's ideas of well-being. 267
Money Line: Five-year plan has brought new options; BROWN'S INFLUENCE: Pensions, savings, and investments have all changed direction under Labour. 881
MOTOR RACING: Coulthard in realistic mood ahead of Austrian race; Podium finish will please the Scot. 712
Mushy peas murder trial remand. 105
NEUROLOGY: `ME patients trail to Essex'. 245
NFU: Currency fury as Europe's pounds 72m goes unclaimed. 217
No holds barred for S4C at night; TELEVISION: Strong emphasis on sex targeted at youth market. 383
OFFENCES: Two jailed for abusing youngsters in cemetery. 271
Our community spirit can help economy, Wales told; AMMAN VALLEY: Minister praises regeneration drive. 321
Parents praying for son's return; ISRAEL: 30-year-old activist from Porthcawl taken into custody by authorities after church siege ends. 514
Party dismisses U-turn report as Wigley denies `speculation' POLITICS: Plaid Cymru's former president quick to play down `throwaway remark'. 438
Pensioners `were unaware they were missing' FRANCE: Police surprise trio who had sparked international search. 363
Politics: Ministerial cat charmed with nine lives. 450
Poor communities to benefit from funding; OBJECTIVE ONE: Almost pounds 2.8m of European aid allocated to 12 projects in disadvantaged areas. 421
Private Investor's Diary: Indicators suggest slump in mobile market will continue; TELECOMS: One of the big players may need to fail before fortunes of the sector show signs of picking up. 429
Profile: Peter Lloyd: Lloyds man on a mission. 1279
Promise of jobs with pounds 3m Cogent expansion; HI-TECH: Firm wins new contracts. 564
Pub gossip prompted police to change their line of inquiry. 279
Quotes of the week. 316
Racing: `Substantial offer' for impressive Yorkshire. 535
Racing: Brilliant Bandari can prove another ace for Johnston. 273
Railways remain safer than the roads. 385
Reality line-up. 152
Recipes: Quality goes up in smoke; Oak roast salmon and warm rocket salad makes a simple, quick and tasty starter. 355
Records of workforce potential can save money as well as layoffs; REDUNDANCY: Report tells bosses to reassess skills. 318
Review: Model behaviour; Jordan: The Truth About Me BBC2, Thursday. 105
Review: Soccer overdose a clear winner; MATCH REPORTS: And there's a lot more on the way as World Cup fever strikes Heading toward the World Cup: How the TV channels are preparing for the big event. 392
ROAD SAFETY: Police chief drives like an undertaker to cut casualties. 277
ROWING: Llandaff successes. 107
RUGBY LEAGUE: Demons aiming to build on their fine start; Jones missing from Cavaliers clash. 318
RUGBY LEAGUE: Play-off warning from top man at Vikings; SUPER LEAGUE: It could ruin club's long-term future, thinks Kelly. 359
Rugby League: Rhinos save the best for derby; SUPER LEAGUE: Leeds 28, Bradford 20. 188
Rugby League: Warriors' triumphant return; Wigan 32, Salford 0. 196
Rugby Union: All Whites' brilliant start is snuffed out; WELSH-SCOTTISH LEAGUE: Glasgow 37, Swansea 20. 562
RUGBY UNION: Baa-Baas Llewellyn, Evans. 119
Rugby Union: Bateman and Ellis roll back the years in Vale victory; GOLDEN OLDIES: Ebbw Vale 66, Caerphilly 20. 468
RUGBY UNION: Forget the figures, go for the points, says coach Bates; ZURICH PREMIERSHIP: Dogfight in the battle for European places. 470
Rugby Union: Manner of victory pleases Llanelli coach. 555
Rugby Union: Mixed feelings for O'Callaghan in Dunvant target; DIVISION ONE. 369
Rugby Union: Monster Jones penalty gives Scarlets title after fightback; WELSH-SCOTTISH LEAGUE: Cardiff 25 Llanelli 28. 994
Rugby Union: Ponty coach likes it hot - competition for Sardis side places steaming; HEROES: Howells calls on his first-choice Parker Pen Shield and Principality Cup sides to answer challenge of fringe players. 739
Rugby Union: Rugby would shine in the summer, says McIntosh; WELSH-SCOTTISH LEAGUE: Global plea from Newport coach. 972
Rugby Union: Welsh game must make the tough decisions and face the future. 705
Save Welsh Rugby: A blueprint to save our national game; As controversy rages around the Tasker Watkins proposals, the scene is set for radical change in the management of Welsh rugby. 1878
Save Welsh Rugby: Chance for fans to have say. 144
SCREENPLAYS: Workshop for writers' readers. 255
Search for cause. 260
Sixsmith to examine Civil Service role. 340
Spirit of the occasion. 115
Sport on TV: Computers will be sending cricket completely batty. 741
STAR WARS ROGUE LEADER: ROGUE SQUADRON II GameCube; ram raider marc white. 219
Stipulations not carried out. 116
Strongest men tested on strength, stamina, and endurance. 184
Student debt at the root of credit problems; DEBT: Many adults who have problems managing money attribute them to the burden of debt incurred as students. 381
SWANSEA: Dead man found in river. 234
Take an adventurous trip on Holidaybreak shares. 397
Talking Business in Sport: Uefa looking at ways of curbing the excesses of players' wages. 1020
Taxing news calls for pensioners to review; AGE ALLOWANCES: Restrictions imposed by Treasury require a long, hard look. 386
Television: Agutter relishes chance to play a control-freak; Rob Driscoll meets one of the stars of the new BBC spy series Spooks. 337
TELEVISION: Ant and Dec promise a few surprises in new show. 330
Television: Biggest challenge yet for presenters. 307
Television: Bits & Pieces. 378
Television: Dechrau o'r dechrau. 165
Television: Ffraeo dros y ffens yng Nghwmderi. 217
Television: Hacking the hair here and there. 134
Television: Home Guard on parade. 328
Television: Howards goes to the far North. 104
Television: Likely Lads Ant and Dec capture Geordie classic; Bob and Terry are still trying to miss the score with help from a winning team. 545
Television: Mae'r byd yn grwn ond ydy e'n deg? 256
Television: Merch wyllt y Cymoedd yn Ibiza; Rhian Westbrook o'r gyfres Procar Poeth sy'n sn am ei phrofiadau. 286
Television: Reading the castle ruins. 132
TELEVISION: Sex sells, but it can be a turn-off too. 446
TELEVISION: Sky signs 171,000 more customers. 359
Television: soapbox. 421
The Queen shocked by calamity. 238
Thirtysomethings join backpacker brigade for one last fling before work and marriage; TRAVEL: New generation of older adventurers takes chance to see the world. 900
Three die in head-on collision, two others taken to hospital. 256
Tories warn on council tax. 207
Travel: Everything in the garden'slovely - three times over; Just across the Severn Louise Blitz loses herself in the hidden valley of Painswick Rococo Garden, Sudele Castle's incredible topiary and the Arboretum at Westonbirt, scene of a summer-long Festival of Gardens. 1015
Upgraded riding centre proves to be fit for a princess after Anne walks the course. 155
Videos to rent: Mariah Carey should have stayed in the recording studio. 462
Walks: Step out for blue swayed views; Laurence Main's thoughts turn to Elvis as he follows the coast in the shadow of the Preseli Hills. 219
Waning EU trade pushes gap to pounds 3bn; ECONOMY: European exports fall by 2.5pc while imports climb by 1.5pc - but trade with N America was growing. 440
Warning over travel chaos. 151
Weatherman forecast to make debut as a DJ; RADIO: Brockway's turn to spin the discs. 209
Weekend Motoring: Golf GTI celebrates its first 25 years with two `Anniversary' models; VOLKSWAGEN: Special limited-edition cars. 527
Weekend Motoring: Motor Show entrant. 115
Weekend Motoring: Motorbike industry gets boost from Chancellor. 188
Weekend Motoring: Parker's enjoys 30 years as definitive car price guide; PUBLICATIONS: Boon to motorists celebrates anniversary. 445
Weekend Motoring: Superb performance helps classy MG's darling woo new world markets; SPORTING CHANCE: Summer lures new buyers into the orbit of open-topped travel. 470
Western Mail comment: Accept the painful truth then say goodbye. 386
Western Mail comment: Honour replaced by arrogance and kite-flying. 417
Western Mail comment: Set an example for our children to follow. 231
Wheels. 112
Why Emma can hardly believe her good luck; At just 23, actress has plum role on West End stage. 1167
Woman, 80, seriously injured. 165
Women could top the lists. 253
World Cup boozing has its dangers; ALCOHOL: Police urge drinkers to leave cars at home if they intend to watch football in the pub. 503
Year-to-poll concentrates mind. 117

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