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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (November 23, 2002)

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Title Author Type Words
`Car dragged policeman'. 120
`Head over heels' before Prince. 432
`Maverick' Marek backs himself for nomination. 444
`Race hate' man gets 11 years. 226
Aberystwyth Study Fair to open. 284
All bets off. 197
Ambulance service provides extra emergency help. 454
Ancient seat of Welsh nobility's plans for future. 133
Anger at postcode lottery for Broadband service. 375
Antiques & Auctions: Feast your eyes on china and more. 169
Antiques & Auctions: Gramophones spin back into demand. 229
Antiques & Auctions: Top prices for world treasures. 480
Art attack wins public support - apart from one letter. 437
As synonymous with rock as four-bar licks. 372
Battle planned as schools are earmarked for closure. 452
Beleaguered Prince's tea, cakes and inspiration in Wales. 898
Bombshell report set to shake-up Swansea NHS Trust. 410
Books: Charts. 443
Books: Pick of the paperbacks. 289
Books: Star clusters in a brilliant setting; If Wales had had a West End or Broadway the chief personality would have been Emlyn Williams. 1204
Britain: London. 112
Briton dies as Israelis storm West Bank camp. 543
Camu Mlaen: Pasio'r Ddeddf Goddefiad; 1689 roedd yn fwy diogel i Anghydffurfwyr godi capeli. 353
Cerys hopes to beat Andy Pandy to Bafta. 168
Charlotte spills the beans on boyfriend. 708
Christmas cancelled for Army families. 210
Cleric who wears the Crown believes only in questions. 635
College plan will boost Capital's City of Culture ambitions. 361
Combatants `ducking main issue'. 199
Crackdown after `soft-porn' show. 202
Cricket: England architects of their own downfall. 611
Cricket: Negative spin. 216
Cuski spin-offs. 119
Cuskie comforter is a cot hit. 751
Don't miss... Silver jubilee concert in Cardiff Castle. 402
Drawing on daily life and nature. 474
Fashion: UNDER cover. 459
Fast and furious dance. 106
Fat cats try to cream off even more, despite poor results. 452
Fire rescue. 123
Firms lose out to workplace gossip. 244
First call-out gets team into action mode as strike bites. 643
Football: Barry sink Lido to go top again. 267
Football: Delaney blow for Taylor. 123
Football: Ferdinand snub for Wolves offer. 136
Football: Ferguson hit by curse of the friendlies. 327
Football: Nicholas boosted by the return of two front men. 258
Football: Struggling Rovers represent chance for Red Dragons to bounce back; Bristol Rovers v Wrexham. 478
Football: Thomas swaps Baku glory for Swans battle; Scunthorpe Utd v Swansea City. 702
Football: Three City victories is Lawrence demand; Cardiff City v Chesterfield. 598
Football: TNS aim to secure top spot with victory. 366
Ford to create 800 jobs at engine plant. 134
Gardening: Tunnel vision is a glimpse of hell; John Humphries shuns forced out-of-season tomatoes and bides his time. 824
Girls to lobby the CBI. 143
Goldie and Les nominated. 135
Ha, ha, ha Christmas fare from the BBC. 240
Ha, ha, ha, plop, plop, ha, ha, ha! 497
Homes: Candlepower and a warm log fire. 431
Homes: Home-grown style is very much in evidence. 1174
Homes: Improving your home does not necessarily increase its re-sale value. 547
Homes: Lovingly restored. 235
Homes: New development of retirement homes. 155
Homes: Persimmon Homes staff in the pink. 135
Homes: Prized possessions. 176
Homes: Savings if you build it yourself. 486
Homes: Time for housing industry to plan for sellers' packs. 422
Homes: Toby jug up for grabs. 487
Homes: TV programme boosted development. 166
Homes: Victorian is ultra-modern. 687
Hostility grows after all-night talks fail to halt fire strike. 557
I can't touch my cash. 117
Interview: Anthony Freud - Freud's mystical vision. 1128
Interview: OWEN MONEY - A legend in his Owen lifetime; Hasn't the Valleys Boy Done Good? Owen Money is a comedian with talent to spare. 1286
Investigation into Owen child abuse allegations put back to next month. 299
Investors to get cash back. 112
Is Laurence panto's Prince Charming? 1359
Jacko escapes `baby' charges. 153
Jacqueline's hard work pays off; MANUFACTURING CHAMPION TRIUMPHS. 258
Jail term for binge drinker who bashed down door and attacked man. 253
Leading article: Foolish to put unique market at risk. 420
Letter: Clean up first. 121
Letter: Health boards. 126
Letter: How lucky we were. 234
Letter: Hump rage. 144
Letter: Tail first. 120
London `on verge' of recession as job cuts bite. 234
London Diary: Graduates turn back the years. 213
London Diary: High praise. 140
London Diary: Quite a party. 128
Look back: No sign that Bush knows his Armageddon from his Everest. 450
Magic car lights. 120
Man held by police nine years after rape of exchange student. 341
Market traders fight eviction. 1106
Michael Heseltine: Staging a comeback at last. 1418
Miss World contest cancelled. 672
Money: City Market Report. 282
Money: Despite pension problems we must keep saving. 363
Money: FSA shake-up unveiled. 429
Money: Investment/Tax: All your money and investment questions answered by an expert. 486
Money: Money Line: Tips and tricks to help you keep those credit card debts in control. 870
Money: Parents delay paying bills to treat children. 343
Money: Stakeholder pensions are off target. 249
Mother weeps as she is jailed for being `book-keeper' for heroin gang. 420
Motoring: Adventurer Byron takes up the Land Rover challenge. 233
Motoring: Car insurer warns against the danger of driving through floods. 285
Motoring: Turbo proves a tax-efficient, eco-friendly, fleet winner. 336
Motoring: Would your car pass the winter test? 102
MP's manifesto for change. 156
Nuclear leftovers. 108
Outraged ex-banker denies claims in Georgia that he staged his kidnap. 313
Parents stick to call for inquiry as Deepcut base faces closure. 476
Parents tell of their loss. 247
Past it? Try telling that to this karate expert rock star. 483
Pencil mightier than the sword for Iraqi lobbyist. 474
Peter Hain: Think big and not parochial to boost Welsh economy, Hain urges. 1183
Praise for child protection. 162
Private Investor's Diary: New investment strategy found on the golf course. 496
Products parents can't do without. 275
Profile: Michael Fort: Red Eye development `is a potential world-beater'. 926
Pupils back at school after alleged drug incident. 204
Racing: Follow Mate for the Huntingdon glory. 222
Racing: Turf Talk: Bindaree back to Aintree for happy Twiston-Davies. 349
RCA shows. 129
Rebels ready to stake their claim for silverware on home front. 251
Recipes: Classrooms cook up some real characters; Eighth series is coming to an end, but there's a Christmas TV treat ahead. 903
Recipes: Playing game long is well worth the effort; Chef Michael White of Hilton Cardiff 's Razzi Restaurant offers three simple recipes for enjoying rich meat from the wild. 432
Researchers predict cut in growth. 154
Review: World firsts in animal film; BBC1, Wednesday Celebrity Big Brother The Life of Mammals S4C & C4, Wednesday onwards. 586
Rhodri leads `Reservoir Dogs' into British-Irish summit meeting. 276
RUGBY UNION: Bedwas look for home help. 115
Rugby Union: Charvis looks to be the lucky 13th. 937
Rugby Union: Eight-try romp for Pontypool; Pontypool .................................................................. 59 Blackwood ............................................................. 11. 203
Rugby Union: England poised for world record if Boks succumb. 225
Rugby Union: Expectations tough on players. 731
Rugby Union: Fame beckons for Hansen's Wales heroes. 771
Rugby Union: Fitzgerald tips new All Black kids to extend unbeaten run; OPPOSING VIEW: All Black legends Zinzan Brooke and Sean Fitzpatrick assess today's battle. 568
Rugby Union: Foot in both camps. 129
Rugby Union: Four-try Drovers flurry puts Zebras to the sword; Llandovery ................................................................ 63 Treorchy .................................................................. 5. 157
Rugby Union: Henry back in the Wales camp - for a day to hand out jerseys. 483
Rugby Union: Late Cull penalty snatches victory from Scarlets; Bridgend ................................................................ 23 Llanelli ................................................................. 21. 248
Rugby Union: Lewe l yn 's Wales rallying call. 291
Rugby Union: McGeechan cautious on Fiji meeting. 222
Rugby Union: Moving in right direction. 115
Rugby Union: New Zealand rugby great Brooke believes game just too close to call; OPPOSING VIEW: All Black legends Zinzan Brooke and Sean Fitzpatrick assess today's battle. 575
Rugby Union: Pocock kick the decisive effort; Glamorgan Wanderers ............................................... 3 Newbridge.................................................................. 0. 211
Rugby Union: Powerful pack has what it takes to push New Zealand. 718
Rugby Union: Randell wants to end tour on a high note. 328
Rugby Union: Rumney earn point; Tondu ...................................................................... 26 Rumney .................................................................. 26. 231
Rugby Union: Speculation mounts on Jenkins's Wales future. 501
RUGBY UNION: Super Swansea start. 110
Rugby Union: Umaga takes the praise lightly. 841
Rugby Union: Wales must find inspiration. 844
Saddam `must choose how he is disarmed of his weapons'. 340
Special award for founder of successful recording studio. 389
Steal-to-order gangs feared behind theft of priceless Usk Castle relic. 643
Steps which may help to deter thieves. 139
Straw in call for greater racial tolerance after shock BNP gain. 223
The car's the thing when it comes to big sports business. 620
The cashless dinner hour. 106
Time to close open season of cheap shots. 679
Tourist links. 178
Travel: Beauty and calm amid all the craziness; Hong Kong's skyline and the frenetic pace of life will take your breath away, but Helen William found a short journey took her into a world of refreshing rustic Chinese charm. 833
Travel: Chicago could be just your kinda town; In the Windy City you will find much more than you expected beneath the dramatic skyline. Graeme Paterson breezes in. 616
Travel: Dive into coral reefs and ancient tombs; Wil Marlow falls for some old-fashioned pyramid selling, as he enjoys the attractions of Egypt from a new luxury hotel beside the Red Sea, a diver's paradise. 1085
TV: Stone-face Hansen can add the smile. 788
Unchecked research on man-made life feared. 362
Under-age sales fears for girls. 217
View from the West: We must come clean about the litter problem. 547
Wales Office has crucial role, says minister. 417
Walks: Fly on the back of a long-necked swan; Laurence Main has otherworldly thoughts as he climbs a steep-sided, flat-topped hillock in Snowdonia walks. 421
Welsh Woman of the Year: Manufacturing director makes breakthrough. 996
Welsh Woman of the Year: Val Feld Award First honour goes to equality expert. 392
Who will win the latest battle of the costume dramas? 886
Windfarm strategy must be eco-friendly, says minister. 133
World: Guadaloupe. 117
World: Jamaica. 106
Y gorau o'r ddau fyd; Gwenllian Jones fyddai'r cyntaf i gytuno bod y byd yn fach. Mae hi'n byw yn Sydney ond yn teithio nol i Gymru i weithio. Lois Eckley fu'n ei holi. 867
You could be heading for jail, hoaxers told. 348
Young fighters aim to put careers back on track. 165

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