Printer Friendly

Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (May 8, 2002)

1-140 out of 140 article(s)
Title Author Type Words
`Rare exceptions'. 118
`She said she liked my smile, my eyes, my voice' Lewis says of lover who was slain. 349
`Silly situation'. 171
`The GM issue needs healthy open debate'. 330
A difficult act to follow; Business Westgate. 239
ADMINISTRATION: Explosion of staff defended by Morgan. 214
AGEING: There is life after 50; Most women are happier after menopause. 623
Around Wales: Blaenau Gwent. 113
Assembly urged to publish costs. 114
Bank's regional manager named highest achiever; NATWEST: Top UK retail award presented in Rome. 205
Basic need for homes; Language issues and affordability drive Assembly thinking. 919
BASIC SKILLS: Strong start on national numeracy and literacy. 321
BBC invites Britain to an IQ test; INTELLIGENCE: Marilyn Monroe rivalled Eistein, so how do we measure brainpower? 714
Blazing suns to scorch `curse' MILLENNIUM STADIUM: Artist to paint mural at `jinxed' end. 188
Blunkett to make punishment fit crime; HOME SECRETARY: Wide disparities across England and Wales need addressing urgently. 330
Building rise predicted. 103
Businesses battle it out online. 169
Call for a system `with real teeth' PLANNING: CBI's response to reform. 473
Car industry seeks cash to expand; ACCELERATE WALES: Assembly asked for pounds 1.3m as opportunities identified. 469
CARDIOLOGY: Welsh heart services lag far behind Yorkshire's. 323
CHINA: 112 feared dead after plane crash. 170
City Market Report. 301
Clash looms over estates upgrade; PUBLIC HOUSING. 176
Commercial property: Builder buys Bay base for pounds 900,000; DEVELOPMENT: JR Smart takes over Ocean Buildings as Hawtin moves to Cardiff Gate. 387
Commercial property: Long lease deal agreed. 115
Commercial property: Multiplexes multiply as curtain falls at Globe; LEISURE: No shortage of cinemas but not enough high-class restaurants Street Talk. 358
Commercial property: Office accommodation taken up; CONSTRUCTION: Manning has let 22,000 sq ft. 176
COMMONS: Jeers over further delay for Wembley. 152
Council aiming to prove a big hit in website awards; SURF FAR, SO GOOD: Wrexham nets a nomination after 20,000 visit site in one month. 211
DATA PROTECTION: Business warned about registration scheme; Companies targeted to use overpriced services. 444
Death-blaze hut `should have been locked' INQUEST: Teenagers died in fire in neglected council building, coroner told. 325
DESIGN: Lamplugh speaks to anti-crime seminar. 344
Disability Act applies to websites; ACCESS: Guidelines put onus on designers. 455
Disease `went out of control' FOOT-AND-MOUTH: Brigadier who led culling operation tells inquiry of lack of resources. 489
Dixons snaps up Genesis; MOBILES: Significant move into SME market. 151
Don't bet on MPs' image improving; Fresh inquiry starts into political sleaze. 599
Donor demands return of her gift; NOAH'S ARK APPEAL: Swansea woman fears city will lose out. 204
Dyw'r ffeinal ddim fel y buodd hi. 624
Entrepreneurship: Action plan aims to foster ideas to make real results; ENTREPRENEURSHIP. 255
Entrepreneurship: Entrepreneurs looking to raise funds need back-to-basics approach in the bear market; INVESTMENT: Companies that address the right points at the right time will maximise chances of success David Jenkins of PricewaterhouseCoopers sets out 10 key musts for successfully obtaining funds in the current difficult market conditions. 530
Entrepreneurship: Outlook offers schools chance of real adventure; EXPEDITIONS: Former soldiers hit on new idea. 571
Executive Motoring: Customer is always right to talk to; SALES: Maintaining contact throughout ownership period good for business. 278
Executive Motoring: Fleet intructors to register; SAFETY: Bid to cut horrendous number of accidents. 272
Executive Motoring: Lexus launches UK sales drive; SALES: Corportate Matters targets fleet market. 234
Executive Motoring: Navigator ready to board the Hiace van. 118
Executive Motoring: Vans offer a range of possibilities; FIAT DUCATO. 328
EXPLOITATION: Charlotte's `title' is frowned on. 177
FIRST GREAT WESTERN: Train fare increases come under fire; Operator to put up off-peak fares by 4pc next month. 317
Fitness First expands; HEALTH CLUBS: Curzons gyms snapped up. 125
Food for thought at business breakfast; EARLY START: CIA seminar aims to nourish ideas. 304
Football: Ireland's McCarthy stays loyal to his players; SOCCER: Heartbreak for five as they miss out on World cup finals. 265
Football: Keane rallying cry as United face Gunners in showdown; SOCCER: Captain wants side to pull together after Champions League disappointment. 557
Football: Relegated Haverfordwest hoping Uefa criteria hands them a reprieve; LEAGUE OF WALES: Grounds of hope for West Wales club. 260
Football: Young Hughes is handed his chance for Glamorgan; CRICKET: Batsman will face Worcestershire as county look to give themselves championship lift. 403
Football: Young Wales dish up a goal feast; FRIENDLY: Carmarthen 0 u Wales U-19s 7. 155
Former soap star cuts himself a twisted role in Rope; Mark Homer used to be Tony Hills in EastEnders. Now he can't seem to avoid murderers. 1066
Fundamental reform of insolvency law urged; CHAPTER 11: Business leaders looking across Atlantic. 355
GOLDEN JUBILEE: War veterans to strike their own medal. 400
Golf: Edwards straight into action as Europe face Asia-Pacific; Glamorgan champion lines up with Swiss teenager. 260
Harbour lights hope to trap swarms of midges; CARDIFF BAY: Flying insects causing a nuisance as the weather warms up. 315
Hoax bomb caller's sentence is halved; APPEAL COURT: Judges told of youth's remorse. 347
Horse landmark goes bald. 164
Ignorance about crises aid revealed; SURVEY: Most people do not know who to turn to for help after a fire or flood. 201
Integrity of MPs `among highest in the world' COMMONS: Serious breaches of code of conduct rare, says Cook as he condemns `trivial' complaints. 699
Internet forum allows ideas to interact; MANAGEMENT TOOLS: Online initiative will overcome time and distance problems. 234
INVESTIGATION: Date change for body's exhumation. 173
ISRAEL: 15 dead, 60 injured in Israel suicide bombing; Pool hall attacked as Sharon meets Bush. 355
Law & Order: Address. 105
LAW AND ORDER: Crackdown on Welsh street crime pledged; Home Secretary seeking to reduce regional variations in sentencing. 505
Letter: Act urgently. 115
Letter: Crisis of crime. 189
Letter: Learn toxicology. 176
Letter: Postcode health. 151
Letter: Security first. 112
Letter: Vision for life. 145
Mandy lover knew murder investigators; COURT: Former suspect tells jury of sex sessions hours before killings. 534
Manufacturing decline may have finally bottomed out; ECONOMY: CBI quarterly survey discovers confidence has risen in most regions for the first time in two years. 264
Media: Jowell plays crucial role in revealing new aims; MURDOCH LAWS: Sensitive issues of cross-media ownership addressed. 567
Media: Viewers shun cup final in `backlash' SOCCER: Anger over ITV Digital debacle may be behind low audiences. 273
MOTORING: Road ahead is paved with gold, says expert; Record April sales put car industry on track for bumper yearly figure. 358
NETHERLANDS: Dutch will vote as scheduled. 147
New media plans open door for Murdoch Channel 5 bid; TELEVISION: Single company could control ITV. 308
New recruits. 1319
Newport: Riverside arts centre gets off the mark. 215
NORTHERN IRELAND: Paisley told to attend Bloody Sunday panel. 359
Now the rest of Wales must share capital's prosperity; Comment. 275
Office party turned into brawl, court told. 150
One of the few success stories may make a profit; COMPANY RESULTS: BSkyB's headline pre-tax loss could well top pounds 1bn. 320
Opinion: Just enjoy life. 144
Opinion: Welcome step forward for justice. 316
Outdated formula `will deny Wales pounds 270m' ASSEMBLY: Ron Davies calls for `political leadership'. 332
Parliamentary Sketch: Mussolini marches back into the firing line; DEBATE: One Labour MP tries to dredge up Plaid's murky past - as another regrets the whole dirty exercise. 564
Pig farmer in court. 120
POLICE: Teenager on baby-snatch charge. 168
POLITICS: Byers stands accused of misleading the Commons; Statement to MPs `based on misunderstanding'. 469
Postal merger talks revealed. 127
pounds 20m cure for city eyesore; DEVELOPMENT: Brownfield site to be transformed. 453
Racing: Rainbow can sparkle in his bid to make it into the record books; Runners and riders at this afternoon's meetings at Chester, Chepstow and Kelso and this evening's fixtures at Fakenham and Wetherby; top tipping prospects. 389
Rugby League: Uwic aiming to confirm best of British status; Students Premiership. 206
Rugby Union: All Whites pack power to end Neath's title bid; WELSH SCOTTISH LEAGUE TITLE RACE: Swansea 20 u Neath 16. 884
Rugby Union: Brynteg aim for boost; SCHOOLS RUGBY. 259
Rugby Union: Cardiff retain slim hopes of winning the league title; WELSH-SCOTTISH LEAGUE: Cardiff 47 u Bridgend 27. 722
Rugby Union: Newport out to build on Glasgow victory; WELSH-SCOTTISH LEAGUE: Experiment for Howells. 718
Rugby Union: No complaints from Llewellyn and his battling team. 461
Rugby Union: Pooler finish in style to put on the pressure; DIVISION ONE: Pontypool 82 u Bonymaen 14. 420
Rugby Union: Quins proud home record is ended; Carmarthen Quins 5 u Rumney 31. 280
Rugby Union: Scarlets coach looking forward to Cardiff cup final; Caerphilly 6 u Llanelli 54. 629
Rugby Union: Scrapping league is big mistake for Welsh clubs; VOTING: Ignoring Blackadder and the Scots is not a cunning plan. 1080
Rugby Union: Vickery captain of England for Argentina tour. 361
Sen Hong purchases 200-worker operation; MANUFACTURING: Newbridge plant bought by Hong Kong investment company. 204
SHIPMAN MURDERS: Police offer apologies to families. 155
Snooker: Ebdon passes test, now back to school; New world champion returns with a lesson for the pupils. 625
Snooker: Williams loses the No 1 spot; WORLD RANKINGS. 208
Solar power lights up rural areas; ENERGY: Newport company provides councils with cheap public lighting. 601
Spotlight: Mark Tughan. 251
Steel blast victims on the mend. 151
Strategy pays before money; HIGHER EDUCATION: US model serves as best example of creating institutes where innovation and ideas reap commercial benefits The Final Word. 447
Strike feared as unions reject final 3pc; LOCAL GOVERNMENT: Leaders of 1.4m workers turn down `final offer' and seek talks. 118
Supermarket to sell cut-price cars; RETAIL: Morrisons teams up with Lookers dealership. 161
Tailored e-newsletters eliminate mailings. 115
Team gives jobless a fresh start; WORKING LINKS. 316
Teenager twice struck farmer on the head with a hammer, court told; CRIME: Boy admits wounding man who approached him with a pick-axe handle. 430
Television: Adventure. 140
Television: Heddiw ar S4C Today on S4C. 111
Television: Sport. 130
Tennis: Ivanisevic out of Wimbledon. 142
Tory leader rebuked for accusing Morgan of lying; ASSEMBLY: Bourne withdraws comment. 216
TRANSPORT: Survey says bus is just the ticket. 115
TUNISIA: Jet crashes in Sahara sand storm. 170
University lecturer to head British School in Athens; ARCHAEOLOGY: Challenging five-year secondment. 254
UPGRADE: pounds 613,000 lotto aid for art gallery. 203
VALLEYS: Morgan not prepared to appoint a minister. 142
Warrior queen rides out of the mist; LEGENDS: Martial arts expert creates a Welsh `Braveheart'. 463
We're made of the write stuff; SPREAD THE WORD: Welsh writers promoted overseas. 215
WEBSITE: PC tells of his worst moment. 236
Westgate at Westminster: Lembit's big blow. 113
Why I couldn't have slaughtered Mandy and her family; CLYDACH TRIAL: Murder victim's lover tells why she is innocent. 747
Wigley calls for language board to be either reformed or abolished. 218
Young career-driven girls no longer look at nursing; WORK: Learndirect survey shows big shift in attitude. 216

Terms of use | Privacy policy | Copyright © 2021 Farlex, Inc. | Feedback | For webmasters |