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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (May 14, 2002)

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`Light-hearted' advertising letter offends retired policeman; CHRISTIANITY: Marketing campaign in style of 10 Commandments not seen as funny. 276
`No conflict' between landowners and tenants over diversification; CLA: Viable business propositions would be welcomed by 96pc. 415
A glorious weekend of fun and games at Blackpool; COMPETITIONS: No first prizes for Wales but, as the judges said, there were no losers. 387
Acccident brings tragic end to reunion of three close Taiwanese friends. 320
Action promised to tackle disease; TUBERCULOSIS: Wales to have an interim bovine TB strategy, Minister tells unions. 493
AFGHANISTAN: Royal Marines' mission completed; `Vast arsenal of weaponry' destroyed in operation. 286
ALDER HEY: Hospital defends decision to keep body parts; Grieving parents of Kieran, six, meet senior managers. 365
Amazing, says Tot Star Demi, nine. 193
Angling: Armchair approach to reservoirs; STILL WATER: Well-managed and stocked, with a peaceful boat to absorb the hard work. 455
Around Wales: Anglesey. 140
Around Wales: Cardiff. 124
Around Wales: Carmarthenshire. 211
Around Wales: Monmouthshire. 104
Around Wales: Pembrokeshire. 118
Around Wales: Rhondda Cynon Taff. 103
Around Wales: Swansea. 148
Around Wales: Vale of Glamorgan. 122
ARSON: Four men still being quizzed over seven deaths in blaze; Two survivors remain in critical condition. 275
Arts: Constructive criticism is key for top musician; COMPETITION: Texaco Young Musician of the Year. 366
Arts: pounds 1,000 first prize. 114
Arts: University's `culture train' makes final stop on 10th anniversary tour. 228
ASSEMBLY: Labour imposes all-women shortlists for five seats; Campaigners disappointed. 395
ASSEMBLY: Tsar for healthy babies wanted; Hutt announces initiative to promote message that breastfeeding is acceptable. 496
Attacking the space between our ears; STAR WARS: How realistic are the mind games of a Jedi Master? 675
Boom and bust `now privately fuelled' ECONOMY: Editor explains the `Mr Momentum' effect. 498
BOWLS: Davies back in favour. 106
Branded Welsh lamb aims for lucrative export markets; CAMPAIGN: Keen interest from European markets. 510
Britain: Sheffield. 104
British and Irish at odds over joint-funded tug; COASTAL PROTECTION: Plan to share costs for fifth emergency towing vessel. 405
British Potato 2003. 132
BSE: FSA warns of imported meat risk. 199
CAERPHILLY: Social services `have failed to improve' Damning report points to continuing shortcomings of council at centre of `child in cage' scandal. 561
Calling the shots in shotgun training and tackling crime; GUNS: Campaign applauded by Prime Minister. 391
CARDIFF: Woman jailed for four years after series of robberies. 239
Celebrity nights. 128
Celtic Pride boosting profile; LAMB: New range the result of multi-partnership. 316
Cheap imports cut cattle prices; BEEF: Association calls for more robust farm assurance scheme. 419
CHILDREN: Botham's walk raises pounds 852,000. 172
City Market Report. 385
CLA calls for cash to kick-start revival. 151
CLA to honour long-serving champions of the countryside. 318
CLYDACH MURDERS: Builder `did not think lesbian was killer' Accused told firefighter he had sexual relations with Mandy Power, court hears. 475
CLYDACH MURDERS: Firemen tell of discovery that victims had not died in blaze. 413
Commons seminar. 106
Cooked meats jobs to go; FOOD: Irish firm blames trading difficulties. 106
Countryside Alliance sets up race to show support for hunting; CHEPSTOW: Event used to highlight debate. 387
County competitions results. 105
COURT: Woman who axed man to death gave him pounds 60,000; Jury told of strained relationship. 300
CRICKET: Counties agree to central contracts extension. 436
CRICKET: Rain frustrates the Sri Lankans. 101
CULTURE: Assembly call for more control over Cadw. 357
CYCLING: Cooke makes it hot in Pyrenean stage race; King of the mountains and third overall. 572
Dairy industry. 127
Design, build and maintenance contract. 154
DEVON: Housing charity accused of bias against Welsh; Swansea man excluded from trust's waiting list. 400
Equestrianism: Evan in a class of his own; POINT-TO-POINT: Gelligaer sees top rider reach 31 winners for season. 383
Equestrianism: Record entries for Bredwardine finale. 144
Equestrianism: Sunny Sunday provides great entertainment. 346
Fifty-year prop for coal near end of life; ECONOMY: Thousands of jobs and future of twin industries that shaped South Wales at stake. 506
FILM FESTIVAL: Welsh aim to make a big splash at Cannes; Gruffudd, Ifans and Evans hope to star. 365
FISHING ACCIDENT: Wife hopes angler husband will be home for special day; Porthcawl man was hospitalised with brain injury after being swept off rocks. 434
Flow through the summer in pretty frocks; Brighten up the office, if you dare, with colourful light dresses and bare shoulders. 531
Football: Earnshaw poised to win first Wales cap against Germany. 177
Football: Gerrard likely to miss out, says Liverpool manager; WORLD CUP: Midfielder may need an operation. 257
Football: Hartson proves doubters wrong. 438
Football: Hughes hanging up his boots?; With no playing offers on the table, Wales job seems about to become full time. 763
Football: Kavanagh special is the pounds 100,000 match-winner; FAW PREMIER CUP FINAL: Cardiff City 1 Swansea City 0. 645
Football: Lawrence pays tribute to Bluebirds' skipper after FAW Premier Cup triumph. 422
Football: Striker Thomas poised to link up with the Swans; NATIONWIDE LEAGUE: Wales Under-21 player to join his home-town club. 349
Football: Wales aiming to end England's unbeaten record at Boston; SEMI-PROFESSIONAL TOURNAMENT: Morgan confident Welsh side can get off to a good start. 326
Football: Ziege sings praises of Davies. 376
Forty-year road deal signed; NEWPORT: New link to ease M4. 541
Free two-day event will have 200 exhibitors. 196
Future is competitive; SHEEP: Producers must rise to the challenge. 498
Gardens can make a huge difference; SURVEY: Public asked to help with protection. 391
GOLF: Matthews jetting Westwood and Clarke to US PGA championship; Ryder Cup stars lured to Welsh Open on promise of flight to America. 627
GRONANT BEACH Night sight for terns. 213
HEART DISEASE: Finnish health project a `shining example'. 359
Hectic and happy year for Glamorgan YFC; SUCCESS: Young farmers notch up fresh achievements. 290
HIGH COURT: Damages awarded to children of market trader who died after arrest; `Fair and just' compensation offer approved. 490
Hospital left off asylum-seeker list. 116
In this week: MAY 14. 510
Industry is losing its focal point; NFU: Conserve or crop? 177
Irish Sea is no barrier when the true taste is looking for distributors; EXHIBITION: Welsh food producers make an impact across the Irish Star. 319
Keen trade and strong prices at Charolais sale; ROSS-ON-WYE: Breed show and sale. 368
Keep canals clean and crime-free; LEISURE: Wardens will provide reassuring presence. 156
Knowledge the key. 198
LANDSCAPING Tightening up the rules. 203
Leading bookmaker bets on the stock market as it reveals flotation plans; WILLIAM HILL: Shares likely to be available next month. 429
LEGISLATION Markets reopen for sheep sales. 149
Letter: Jaundiced view of play and life. 441
Letter: Out of touch. 217
Letter: Prejudice per se. 256
Letter: Rant and wrong. 109
Letter: Spineless discord. 173
Letter: Tacky idea. 378
Letter: Why object? 195
LLANELLI: Woman, 50 arrested over razor blade letters. 193
Meadows under threat; DAMAGE: Plants and wildlife hit by shrinking habitat. 101
MEDICINE: Study finds acid is linked to the health of arteries; Research into heart disease advanced. 177
MIDLE EAST: Arafat tours West Bank but misses Jenin camp. 379
MLC View. 420
MOSCOW: Nuclear arsenals to be cut; Arms deal to be signed with US. 183
MOTOR RACING: Schumacher and Barrichello facing shame race bans; FIA summon Ferrari and both drivers to appear before them after Austrian Grand Prix incident. 638
MOTORING: Insurer calls for windscreen display discs to trap dodgers; One in 20 drivers in Britain not covered. 341
NATIONAL SMILE WEEK: Tenth of children's teeth are rotten; In some areas of Wales NHS dentists are not taking on new patients. 847
Output prices jump to ease margins squeeze. 190
Pecking order of breeds. 274
Plaid rejects writer's bequest. 176
POLICE: `Pregnant officers suffer from too much protection' Federation annual conference. 323
POLITICS: Morgan in Euro-deal. 199
POTTERS BAR: Call for rail-crash public inquiry; Byers says set of points appear to have caused derailment. 425
RACING: Islington is poised to be star of the Knavesmire show; Runners and riders and top tips from today's meetings at York and Hereford. 402
REFORM: Call for Parliament to vote on Lords change before recess; Establishment of committee to propose way forward gives hope that matter could be resolved swiftly. 388
RESEARCH: New DVT tests get go-ahead. 247
Resilient Royal Welsh `back home' LLANELWEDD: Promising start made to recovery from the huge financial blow of last year's foot-and-mouth misery. 891
Retrospective Wales: When Wales brought Germans to their knees; 1991: Historic Welsh soccer triumph at Cardiff Arms Park should provide inspiration for tonight's match. 946
Rugby Union: Report does not go far enough, says Williams. 437
RUGBY UNION: Saddened by working party resignations. 191
RUGBY UNION: Williams against WRU making key appointments; Streamlined union should end excuses for international failure. 623
Rural Soap Box. 456
Science writer dies. 119
SCIENCE: New cancer drug kills off tumours without creating hair loss, nausea and fatigue; Treatment `could be given on outpatient basis'. 439
Search begins. 142
Sheep out but show shapes up as planned; CARMARTHEN: Cattle have pride of place at `bigger and better' United Counties event. 607
Show season is a vital marketing tool for Welsh Blacks; BREED: Vital shop window to rebuild success. 628
Show wants to take country out of gloom to full bloom; GARDENING: Two-day spring festival hopes to plant green shoots of recovery. 381
Speed up compensation when doctors make mistakes, says lawyer MP. 213
SPORTS Letter: Negative reporting. 270
SPORTS Letter: Play-off mockery. 220
Strong show of support as season prepares. 239
SUPERMARKETS: Slower growth at Somerfield as it reduces offers. 350
Sure start. 110
SURVIVAL Do the baby a favour: leave it with its parents. 310
SWANSEA: Police seek man, 22, over body in river; 20-year-old remanded in custody charged with perverting course of justice. 264
THE ARTS: Murphy visits HQ of bid for culture capital title; Welsh Secretary studies 40-page application document. 178
The Western Mail Country&Farming Comment: Countryside custodians. 155
Time to preen the feathers as breeders make up for lost time; POULTRY: Last year's cancellations have made competitors keener than ever this season. 613
Top 50 listing beckons for steel operation; STOCK EXCHANGE: BHP Billiton announces demerger details. 163
TOURISM: Wales seen on TV; Overseas advert first of its kind. 190
Town showcases eisteddfod as UK's first eurozone; LLANGOLLEN: Pubs and shops ready to accept new currency to appeal to thousands of foreigners at July festival. 423
Town that won its charter from Henry IV celebrates again. 308
TRANSPORT: Talks on airport road. 223
Trouble flares after Cardiff match despite pre-emptive arrests. 185
Union View: Position on agri-money payments beggars belief; DELEGATION: Team from NFU Cymru meets minister. 596
Western Mail comment: A need for a change in attitude. 291
Western Mail comment: Council problems. 154
Westgate: Changing roles. 168
Westgate: Just visiting. 142
Westgate: Lo-tech council. 189
What to do. 122
What's on. 305
WILDLIFE Rush to help farm birds. 170
Winners and losers in the great rail shake-up; Loss-making lines face closure under radical proposals for Wales's train network. 988
YFC members question minister. 199
YFC PRIZE: Beef stock judging at NBA event. 301
Young people sucked into rent trap; PROPERTY: Mortgage repayments cheaper than letting but first-time buyers unable to get on ladder. 653
Your guide to the tastiest food around; GUIDE: The best of local produce. 162

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