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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (November 16, 2002)

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`Evil' Hindley dies in hospital. 428
`I was tiddly when I bought tumbledown Welsh terrace'. 828
`If children were treated this way there would be an outcry'. 419
A location not far from anywhere. 243
Abbot spells out the gospel of the future. 1049
Accident prone at home Get a clearer picture of window legislation. 401
AM backs still-birth mother's inquiry call. 370
An academic businessman. 720
Antiques&Auctions: Anthemion holds third fine and antique of the year - with more than 1,000 lots. 172
Antiques&Auctions: Good quality antiques keep ticking over at Bristol Auction Rooms. 1081
Antiques&Auctions: Wood inlays introduced after the Restoration. 193
ArtWales: Caf offers culture on its menu. 646
Assembly helps struggling post offices with pounds 2.5m. 411
Barclays could be the answer to what you should buy. 470
Bardd Plant yn herio'r confensiynol; Menna Elfyn yw'r ferch gyntaf i dderbyn yr anrhydedd o fod yn Fardd Plant Cymru. Bethan Mair sy'n ei holi ynglyn a'i rol a'i nofel i blant, 'Rana Rebel'. 1028
BOOKS: Book charts. 432
BOOKS: Llantrisant - a hill with a mint of curious history. 602
BOOKS: Pick Of The Paperbacks. 313
Books: Shining heroes for the ring of adoring fans; Melanie Lloyd fell so in love with boxing when she watched Mike Tyson that she's given her life to the sport. She talks to Dean Powell about her inside stories. 1090
Brady does not want to be free but to die. 274
Breezy rooms. 108
Buy back controversial defence depot, says Plaid. 355
Buy before the bricks are laid. 507
Campwaith yw'r dreflan aflan hon. 456
Camu Mlaen: Un o bobl bwysig y Piwritaniaid; Hanes Morgan Llwyd a ddaeth o dan ddylanwad Walter Cradoc. 382
Cast for all seasons in timeless performance; Review The Four Seasons Clwyd Theatr Cymru, Mold. 269
CD Reviews: Haunting and ethereal, this must be a strong contender for album of the year. 644
Ceremony double-act. 168
Chain-smoking stoked up the likelihood of heart attacks and strokes. 328
Council `forgot' homes were listed buildings. 379
Councils get windfall. 136
Cricket: Dilley on attack over sad England. 960
Crimes that never ceased to shock. 465
Derek a'r Ochr Draw; Fe fethodd Derek druan a'n argyhoeddi. O fod yn gredinwyr dy'n ni nawr ddim yn siw r. 475
Doctor forged prescriptions to get drugs. 235
Drunk and drugged man drove at police. 253
Eating Out: Where every entry is an achievement in itself. 542
Escaped killer signed police note `psycho'. 391
Farmers need to think about usefulness of splinters. 490
Fashion: Legs to diefor; Sparkling suspenders and hold-ups with gun motifs are what every aspiring Bond girl should kick up a fuss for, says Catherine Jones. 554
FBI warns of `spectacular' terrorist attack. 166
Fiddling while homes burn; Look Back. 464
Fine New Labour drama tackles the wages of spin; The Project BBC1, Sunday and Monday. 529
Fire strike: Back in action within minutes. 170
Fire strike: Call delayed strike's start. 123
Fire strike: Fire authority turns down government plea for equipment. 348
Fire strike: Fire death leaves Welsh soldiers mourning. 454
Fire strike: Rapturous reception for union leader as he praises rescue bid. 579
Fire strike: Siren blasts herald return to work after first strike. 596
Fire strike: Underground workers call ballot on own walkout. 244
Football: Decent run could do Swans world of good; York City v Swansea City. 796
Football: Holders Barry face tricky tie against Aberaman. 337
Football: Hughes still arguing his case for Bellamy. 337
Football: LDV heroics earn Bowen FA Cup start; Tranmere v Cardiff City. 702
Football: Morrell has Premiership opposition in his sights. 487
Football: Nicholas takes over from Harris at County. 423
Football: Red Devils drawn with Basle, Deportivo and Juventus. 351
Forging ahead to create new art. 759
Full steam ahead for model train maker's revival. 419
Funds to fight drugs. 180
Gabba horror show would have Holmes reeling; Alun Rees on TV. 716
Garage is used to store almost everything - except the car, says survey. 522
Gardening: Beware of how the mighty fall; John Humphries nearly had his house flattened in the recent gales after he missed a giant tree's warning signs. 848
Get organised before thinking about working from home; Yvonne Jones is one of Wales's leading interior designers. This week she discusses the best way to set up an office in your home. Yvonne's designs can be seen at Chameleon Interiors in Cardiff. Tel: 029 2037 1277. www.chame eon i t er i - 838
Glass raised to all-day drinking. 1716
Golf: Four Welsh hopefuls have lot of work to do in Spain. 235
Golf: Price fails in US bid. 117
Hamilton charges denied. 146
Happiness could require taking the next plane to China. 1003
Harry Potter's second adventure pulls in record audiences across the country. 622
Harry Potter: the verdict. 276
Heat is going out of the market. 299
Hindley death a reminder of horror. 712
Historic drop. 166
Hospitable stand. 138
How could she be so evil? 852
Huge leap in stamp duty revenue. 270
I'm Alan Partridge/BBC2, Monday. 194
Insurance shortfall. 276
Is this the mission possible for Swansea?; View from the West. 481
James axed for breaking curfew. 484
Jobless not prepared. 151
Kinnock examines case of brothers jailed in Portugal. 782
Labour muddle `risks lives'. 400
Last three chances at Briar Wood. 214
Lawyers get most damages. 146
Letter: Chartist site. 167
Letter: No special case. 106
Letter: Scars of Morfa Colliery. 236
Live auctions on TV. 648
Losing the marbles. 233
Man obsessed with Soham case fired gun in street. 397
Money: Benefits of the pension scheme. 333
Money: City Market Report. 270
Money: Fair share reports for all - not the seedy side of life; Private Investor's Diary. 794
Money: Thousands to get new pension mail. 368
Money: Your credit card or life. 157
Money: Zero dividend preference shares could prove problematic. 291
Mother in court. 101
Mother lives in hope of deathbed confession about son's burial site. 343
MyTravel denies cancellation fears. 334
New airport could create jobs boom. 550
New union for farmers will split voice, say Welsh groups. 530
New York heroes: We'll fly in to back fire strike. 655
Noisecandy hope to make bland pop scene that bit sweeter. 159
Nuisance caller to appeal. 155
Oil tanker in danger of breaking up off coast. 198
Pensioner in camera campaign faces jail. 274
Plaid proposes business tax cuts to attract investment. 328
Police force could see budget slashed - Plaid. 235
Political power to set jail terms is challenged. 245
pounds 320,000 fines over collapse of scaffolding in gales. 921
Products: They're just tutu cute for words. 191
Protective brother who put Llanarth on the map. 424
Racing scam investigated. 120
Racing: Bowen joy at Bay win; Turf Talk. 334
Racing: Bowen joy at Bay win; Turf Talk. 668
Racing: Successful Chicuelo on the menu for McCoy. 427
Rally's place in doubt after crowds halt forest stage. 182
Rallying: Gronholm on road to victory. 564
Ram raider. 447
Readers' queries. 941
Recipes: Have a stir and make a wish; Follow Ffion and get on with your Christmas pudding now. 389
Recipes: Tuck into topping dishes with gusto; Ready-to-eat Italian food is easily second best, says Colin Pressdee. 663
Retreat shows how to live. 501
Rose is sweet. 106
Rugby Union: `Try things' is Grimes advice. 161
Rugby Union: Accentuate positive and enjoy the game. 885
Rugby Union: Cardiff lock Tait has dreams of dishing out Test wake-up call. 555
Rugby Union: Cooper handed his chance against Canadians. 536
Rugby union: Great Scott send-off in prospect. 848
Rugby Union: High-pressure Snow forecast for Wales. 596
Rugby union: Honey Monster to keep the Quinnell dynasty going. 438
Rugby Union: Huge display will add to Hansen selection dilemma. 672
Rugby Union: Ireland prepared for Fiji backlash. 192
Rugby Union: Italy can win - Kirwan. 128
Rugby union: Morris at the double for Neath's second Premier League victory; Neath 34 Ebbw Vale 12. 505
Rugby union: Port Talbot and Flexsys march on. 217
Rugby union: Scarlets slump after Gavin's introduction; Llanelli 23 Bridgend 26. 366
Rugby Union: Stern test for All Blacks. 220
Rugby union: Survival name of game for Higgins. 452
Rugby union: Tyre specialist makes all the difference. 477
Rugby Union: Upbeat Llanharan entertain struggling Narbeth. 401
Rugby Union: Wales ready to counter the Canadian challenge. 688
Rugby Union: Woodward expects egreat Test match'. 478
Rural filling stations offered funds to promote the use of LPG. 772
Sales office opens as calls pour in. 310
School in `contracts' row is best in state sector. 361
Schools get the chance to be at the heart of Wales Millennium Centre. 643
Sisters nearly jailed after falsely accusing neighbour. 328
Small firm staff set for pounds 2bn boost in pensions. 293
snooker: Williams has eyes down for British Open success. 275
Students could be set for `tuition costs'. 297
Switched on to adventure; The Hannah Jones INTERVIEW There's something disarming and unexpected about ITV1 Wales controller Elis Owen. 1013
Television: A chesty little girl still on the prowl; The Anna Nicole Show is supposed to be a video diary of a girl who wed an 89-year-old (now dead) billionaire, but it's more of a freak show, writes Hannah Jones. 467
Television: Bits&Pieces. 289
Television: Celebrating our tastiest treats; The first Welsh Food and Drink Awards. 279
Television: Chase is on in countdown to the final episode of Valleys soap. 310
Television: Criw diddan y Noson Lawen. 270
Television: Green gets close to his dark side. 295
Television: Hanes teulu Treflan - Rhys Lewis a'i fam Mari. 243
Television: Kitchen commotion captured. 235
Television: Shy star makes a big noise. 161
Television: Soapbox. 345
Television: Tedi ber a dau wyneb newydd; Aelodau newydd yn ymuno a thim Twrio. 469
Tetra hopes to pack them in. 204
Time to question the role of the Royals; Mario Basini. 686
Toddler's nose re-atttached. 147
Tourist square attacked by vandals. 422
Travel: Paradise - without waistlines; Beverley Jones stays in style to enjoy Brussels - a heaven for shopaholics and chocoholics alike. 720
Two new bands on music scene. 233
Village proud of local hero. 904
Wales Green Party returns to political life. 409
Wales under-21 star on cocaine charge. 199
Walks: Watch out for the rocks when wandering Wye; Laurence Main takes a stroll along one of Wales's most spectacular rivers walks. 318
We're cutting crime, says minister. 188
WeekendMotoring: Blow-ups. 140
WeekendMotoring: London Motor Show runs off the road again. 254
WeekendMotoring: Motor centre to sell off range of classic cars. 207
WeekendMotoring: Warning over repair bills. 363
WeekendMotoring: Work out with BMW's six-pack sports coup. 334
Welsh whisky galore - for those who buy a bond or two. 391
West Bank peace visit. 157
Where Tenby has been served for a century. 969
Who will wear rugby's crown? 3752
Why we don't like Mondays - report. 369
Why we must improve our air links; COMMENT. 474
Williams concern at Mason clerics. 335
Wine that has no hangover on offer. 277
Wine: 'Blind' tasting wins restaurateur's approval. 468

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