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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (May 2, 2002)

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Agenda: Leading the fight against crime in a rapidly changing city; Detective Superintendent Geoff Cooper talks about his crucial new role in the capital. 989
AGRICULTURE: `Organic food growers need backing from public funds'. 321
AIR WALES: New flight service launched. 161
Animation to come out of Wales. 151
Around Wales: Bridgend. 103
Around Wales: Carmarthenshire. 109
Around Wales: Ceredigion. 154
Around Wales: Duchess of Gloucester opens pounds 400,000 extension. 199
Around Wales: Neath Port Talbot. 145
Arts: Poetry goes out to the people; ACADEMI. 406
Arts: S4C looks back to its beginnings; ANNIVERSARY: Welsh channel offers a repeat of the best of its early favourites. 585
Arts: Study in movement inspired by exercise manual for marines. 161
Arts: Update. 631
Assembly should take a greater role in marketing Wales, suggests university review. 150
Assembly to cut back translation workload; LANGUAGE: Many papers in Welsh never get read. 320
Bank under pressure to raise interest rates. 196
Biotrace in major breakthrough; GERM DETECTION: Bridgend-based company links up with Graseby. 502
Building castles in the air?; How could a Government-backed technology and expert broadcasters fail in this novel venture? 1830
Cartoon creators aim to take on American giants; TELEVISION: New series on drawing board. 461
City Market Report. 284
CLYDACH MURDERS: Lover the `life and soul' of party; Court told that Mandy once said she feared Morris. 551
CLYWCH INQUIRY: Ex-girlfriend of Owen suspended. 332
COMPENSATION: Woman wins damages for surgery error. 202
Concern over sentence of Turk who killed Leeds fans; TRIAL: Prosecution and defence may appeal. 379
CONSIGNIA: 2,000 postal jobs expected to go in Wales. 345
Councils are urged to end house number confusion; POST: Watchdog concerned by delivery delays. 115
COURT: Consultant stole granny's life savings. 191
Cricket: Hat-trick for Harvey in easy victory; BENSON & HEDGES CUP. 204
Cricket: Kallis in Wales team to take on England side; Hussain's men in one-day warm-up game in Cardiff. 694
Cricketer loses bid to overturn ban; RULING: Player should have completed appeal process before taking grievances to court, says judge. 592
EDUCATION: Welsh language alive in schools but not at home; Latest figures raise fears Welsh under threat. 382
EQUITABLE: Assurer spent pounds 36m to end its liability over pensions. 489
Eta bombs injure 17 near Madrid stadium. 217
Faulty gene may be behind cot deaths; HEALTH: Edinburgh research may save the lives of many children. 183
Final reel for community cinemas?; LEISURE: Multiplexes take over. 685
Football: `We blew it,' admits Keane after United's disappointing exit; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Bad luck no excuse for skipper. 266
Football: City dream trip to Millennium is ripped from their grasp; NATIONWIDE LEAGUE PLAY-OFFS: Stoke stab in the back for Bluebirds. 648
Football: Confusion over Swans embargo; SOCCER: League insist it is still in place. 407
Football: Cotterill will not rest on laurels. 303
Football: Hughes pledges his future to FAW and Wales; SOCCER: Manager will see out the remainder of his four-year contract. 735
Football: League poised to relax rules. 228
Football: Owusu is the hero for Brentford; DIVISION 2 PLAY-OFF: Brentford 2 u Huddersfield 1. 123
Football: Real book final trip to Glasgow; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Real Madrid 1 u Barcelona 1. 187
Football: Seaman still No1 for the Gunners. 530
Football: Stoke leave it late to finish Bluebirds' promotion hopes; DIVISION TWO PLAY-OFF SECOND LEG: Cardiff City 0 u Stoke City 2 (after extra time, Stoke win 3-2 on agg). 1008
Football: Wales squad. 106
Football: Wenger slams Ferguson belief. 298
Former golf professional says he lied to protect wife and children. 279
Freedom nears for Palestinian leader; WEST BANK: Convoy arrives to transfer six wanted men to prison. 294
Full rights over technology. 199
Hafina Clwyd: Trais ar ein strydoedd. 730
HEALTH: Doctors fear spending gap on front line. 227
HEALTH: Free eye tests for ethnic minorities. 377
HEALTH: pounds 1m needed to cover care for children. 238
HEALTH: Skin cancers on the rise; Short-staffed departments stretched as more patients report melanomas. 647
Inquiry into Snowdon children sought; OUTDOOR PURSUITS: Inexperienced leaders put their charges and rescuers at risk. 246
Investigation underway into death of man in fire horror; CARDIFF: Delivery driver's death under spotlight. 132
ITV DIGITAL: Final notice for call centre staff; High unemployment area faces a doubling of jobless numbers. 696
Laura Ashley's not so rosy sales; RETAIL: Group rattles investors with news of slump in clothes sales after September 11. 604
Le Pen's supporters and opponents in struggle for political future of France. 440
Leading Article: Reduce the risk from skin cancer. 353
Letter: Heritage at risk. 187
Letter: Offensive demo. 112
Letter: Panic-mongering by the Greens. 284
Letter: Stadium site. 136
Letter: Vote for us. 124
Letter: Welsh silenced. 157
LONDON: Peaceful May Day marred as rioters attack police. 377
Matalan pushes pre-tax profit up 30pc to pounds 107m; RETAILING: Clothier grows business and membership. 360
Measures revealed to try and save marine habitats; ENVIRONMENT: Minister launches first Marine Stewardship report. 244
MIDDLE EAST: Mother sees fresh hope for family's return. 320
MINISTER: Number of drug users up by 10pc; `We need decisive action to get money to the front line to help addicts'. 344
MONARCHY: Seafaring start to royal tour; Queen visits maritime museum. 247
MOTORING: Charity signing. 148
MOTORING: Record car registrations in March as downward trend in prices continues; Survey reveals 2.9pc fall in vehicle costs. 495
MOVING PICTURES: When The Castle ruled Merthyr Tydfil . . . 367
Murder at market the only blot on police record; CRIME: Killer on run for seven years. 654
Petrol still rising, motorists warned; PRICES: `Another expensive summer'. 172
Policeman jailed for assault on name-calling youth. 262
Pope's album includes duet with Bonnie; MUSIC: Gospel singer Joseph also sings with Mal on new record. 325
Pressure group lobbying for railcard; RAILWAYS: Proposal `would bring fares more in line with local incomes'. 262
Preventing social exclusion among older people; SPONSORED BY LLOYDS TSB. 506
Racing: Hurricane can storm to victory. 286
RAIL TRAGEDY: Dead man unidentified. 159
Rear of the Year award for Charlotte Church, 16, is flattering but distasteful; TEENAGERS: `When a child is celebrated as sexy something doesn't smell quite right'. 829
ROBERTS REPORT: Welsh Tories' blueprint for credibility and seats. 694
RUGBY UNION: England's Archer considers moving to Brewery Field; Bristol lock showing interest in Bridgend switch. 465
RUGBY UNION: Welsh-Scottish League comes to an end. 475
RUGBY UNION: Wizards run in 12 tries to go back to the top of the First Division; Merthyr 10 u Aberavon 65. 229
SHOWJUMPING: Euro stars on parade. 103
Snooker: Hendry gains sweet revenge over Doherty in final-frame thriller. 258
Snooker: Higgins heaps praise on conqueror Stevens; Carmarthen cueman is the best of the title contenders. 682
TAKEOVER: Zimed to gain listing on stock exchange. 318
TELEVISION: Government hopes to find ITV Digital buyer soon; Target for analogue switch-off is still on. 358
THAILAND: `New leads' in hunt for Kirsty's killer. 228
TRADE: Food and drink exports fall 2pc after farm crisis. 268
TRIBUTE: Feeder fans raise cash in memory. 270
TUC CONFERENCE: Unions deny growth in militancy. 230
Twins' survival chances `very small' HEALTH: Complexity of shared heart means separation would be `virtually impossible'. 619
Two will face murder charges over delivery driver hit by his own van; INQUEST: Coroner opens hearing to allow funeral to go ahead. 187
Westgate: Changing times. 120
Westgate: Cheeky idea takes off. 201
Westgate: Clearing the air. 130
Yesterday's results. 114

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