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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (September 21, 2002)

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...And the moving diary of a Welsh girl who shares the Dowlers' pain. 481
: Advertiser alienates clients with its crucifixion poster; WEBSITE: Design is reported to Trading Standards and is forced to remove clients' details from page. 500
: Angry headteachers reject A-level report but absolve Morris from fiasco ``The QCA were never the right body to carry out the investigation, as many teachers believe the QCA is implicated in the scandal''. 648
: Dylan pub ready to welcome Scottish star; LAUGHARNE: Dougray Scott already putting on weight and learning Welsh accent for film role as poet. 959
: Onion firm used as cover to smuggle drugs. 238
: Police to keep residents updated on murder trial. 129
: pounds 25m input lost as 50pc fail maths and English. 860
: Rare Jaguar found hidden in carpet store. 945
: Redundant steelworkers are told of lost millions. 807
: Threat of further strikes ends as steel workers accept deal. 106
: Veteran, 106, may soon see again as hospital offers help. 140
: Western Mail comment: Time for a reality check on tests at school. 391
`Aerosol death' case youths walk free. 228
`Crime behind closed doors'. 227
`Louise was the one I always turned to when I had a problem. I would write it all down in a letter, like how I've written this, and send it to her' My anguish over Louise's disappearance - in her sister Marie's own words. 2511
A complete theatrical experience; Review To Kill A Mockingbird Clwyd Theatr Cymru, Mold Hannah Jones. 286
Adlewyrchu cyfoeth ac amrywiaeth bywyd yng. 122
Alcatel slashes posts in telecoms recession; NEWPORT: Group refuses to say if Wales will take any of 10,000 job losses. 272
Antiques & Auctions: Huntin', shootin' an' fishin' are still in vogue - as antiques; COUNTRY PURSUITS: Items of this special interest will feature in the Anthemion auction. 369
Antiques & Auctions: Model soldiers still on the march; COLLECTABLES: Britain still a figurehead in field where major nations once competed. 597
Antiques & Auctions: Old father time keeps the bids coming in; REPORT: `New season' starts well. 242
Ar gof, ar gadw, arlein; Ddydd Mawrth fe fydd BBC Cymru yn cynnal noson agored ym Mangor i gyflwyno cynllun newydd er mwyn rhoi ar gof a chadw, yn weledol ac mewn sain, hanesion personol pobol Cymru. Mari Jones-Williams sy'n edrych yn fanylach ar y fenter gyffrous. 502
Arafwch y ras i dyfu'n fawr; Roedd ei gwisg yn fwy addas i ddawnswraig polyn na phlentyn. 461
Arts: Cardiologist at the heart of art; GALLERY: Art dealer, collector and expert opens magnificent new Cardiff showroom. 581
Arts: Eisteddfod helps Russia; ARTS PROJECTS. 168
Arts: Leading authority. 106
Arts: Review: Martin Tinney's premiere tale of a century in Welsh art; Martin Tinney 20th Century and Contemporary Welsh Art Gallery, Cardiff. 278
Arts: Review: Photographs of town capture spirit of a moment in time; An Aberystwyth Eye Aberystwyth Arts Centre. 271
Arts: Sand sculpture, Russian ballet and Indian dance at festival; TENBY: Wide and varied programme of events. 295
ATHLETICS: Chambers fails to handle rain in Spain; Sprinter misses out on big pay day. 335
ATHLETICS: World-class duo lead Bay 10K challenge. 354
Balfour Beatty aborts bid for US engineering giant; DEAL OFF: Volatile stock market dictates move. 203
Ban crisps and sweets from schools. 291
Boardroom shake-up at Oakwood; THEME PARKS: McNamara brothers part company as Patrick takes over Oakwood Leisure and William tackles Bluestone holiday-village project. 686
Books: A fighter for the Welsh heritage of the Rhondda. 534
Books: pick of the paperbacks. 307
Books: Shades of the vampire; Malcolm Stewart talks to Dean Powell about his debut novel, a modern take on age-old myths. 840
Cael blas ar y fondue wrth ddarganfod goleuni yng nghanol y tywyllwch. 502
Carnival sales continue to suffer after US attacks; TRAVEL: Cruise giant's revenues fall. 212
CBI praises Assembly's entente with business. 249
cd reviews: The Grandfather of British Blues has lost some of his deep down dirty sound. 183
Celebrating the city sights. 505
Community service for knifegirl, 16; SWANSEA: Jury did not believe attacker `forgot' she held a knife and only youth saved her from jail. 374
Courts `too lenient to wife-beaters' DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: Women's groups want tougher sentences and say these could save lives. 1164
Cricket: Pool Two. 131
Cricket: Snape up for clash with India; Spinner itching to pit his wits against Tendulkar. 551
Cricket: Vintage Maynard as Glamorgan wrest back initiative; FRIZZELL COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP: Hemp shares in county's biggest stand of the season. 391
Dash of exotic sunshine to light up museum. 268
Eating out: Arkle is champion over all courses; Colin Pressdee resumes his Michelin Star tour with a visit to Chester. 603
Eating out: Three weekends of food festivals offer rich mix of talent, talks and tempting tastings. 499
Exciting times ahead for Newport; BOUNCING BACK: Scheme to build on Llanwern steel site now out for consultation. 496
Farmers vow action if protest fails. 323
Fashion: Florence Fred; Tesco's `real people' must be a frighteningly sorted crowd of shoppers, thinks Catherine Jones. 608
Football: Bartley blast seals victory over Crow 10; Cwmbran 0 u Afan Lido 2. 178
Football: Bellamy could be facing a Uefa ban; CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Olympic Stadium incident captured by television cameras. 284
Football: Boland doesn't mind being unsung City hero - as long as Bluebirds are winning; PREVIEW: Reigning player of the year helped Ninian Park club to three recent victories. 646
Football: Cusack turns to PFA after rejecting Swans' offer; Sacked player-coach held in high regard by union chief executive Taylor. 515
Football: Druids kick off points tally in goalless thriller; Flexsys CD 0 u Connah's Quay 0. 158
Football: Goal-machine Morrell in top form for trip to Nene Park; Leading scorer in Britain believes Wrexham are starting to look like promotion candidates. 400
Football: Harris wants to move up table. 184
Football: Hartlepool stand as example of what Swans can achieve; DIVISION THREE: It's not all doom and gloom, says Reeves, the season's just begun. 638
Football: Houllier insists clubs can forget prising Owen from Anfield. 248
Football: Keane appeals against FA. 142
Football: Lex face hot match after glamour of Welsh Cup; CYMRU ALLIANCE. 179
Football: Local lad Sayer hit Spurs to become the hero; Mario Risoli talks to the man whose volley beat a Tottenham side complete with Hoddle. 1091
Football: Pressure on for battle of the professionals; LEAGUE OF WALES. 364
Football: Wenger believes in power of positive thought and he's got his mind set on the Treble. 455
From Darwin to manipulation. 226
Gardening: Gardening in the classroom. 118
Gardening: Hit the wall, not the wallet; John Humphries feels quite pleased with his sweated labour. And if now he's lighter, at least his wallet isn't. 721
Golf: Davies an inspiration as Europe storm to 3-1 lead; SOLHEIM CUP: Spanish rookie on top of her game. 382
Golf: Tiger roars again to equal own course best; American Express world championship. 655
Golf: Williams goes to second grade; QUALIFYING SCHOOL. 216
hannah jones column: There's a hitch in my best friend's wedding plans. 761
Harri VIII yn bennaeth yr Eglwys; Y pab yn anfon y brenin o Eglwys Rufain ar ol iddo gael ysgariad. 364
Her parents' worst fear. 724
Home Entertainment: Music. 431
Home Entertainment: ram raider. 457
ICE HOCKEY: Romaniuk in fitness race to fight Blaze. 339
Inspectors could be in Iraq soon. 220
internet: Gleeful altruism reclaims the web from big business. 543
Jail for parents of toddler starved to death. 750
Jobs fears as tissue makers are taken over by Swedes. 227
Jobs signal birth of Gene Park project; SCIENCE: Educational, economic and scientific benefits predicted for Wales. 479
Just the Busnes. 233
Ken Thorne showroom put up for sale. 217
Letter: Action needed. 340
Letter: Beauty irrelevant. 229
Letter: Depraved spin. 208
Letter: Energy crisis. 124
Letter: Free enterprise. 237
Letter: Hunting is cruel. 243
Letter: Killing embryos. 337
Letter: Language policy. 249
Letter: Message of Cross. 285
Letter: MMR studies. 163
Letter: Money and power. 279
Letter: Poverty ignored. 212
Letter: Switch euro cash. 170
Letter: Taste-free zone. 268
Letter: Unjust law. 151
Letter: Windy nonsense. 173
London Diary: Glynd wr vigil as war looms. 211
London Diary: Swansea's renaissance. 183
London Diary: The London alumni await. 181
LONDON PROTEST: `Civil liberties issue'. 135
LONDON PROTEST: Beef victory far too late. 254
LONDON PROTEST: Marchers seeking to save communities; Threat to fox hunting has become focus for anger at decline of rural areas. 1071
LONDON PROTEST: Why campaigners are opposed to ban. 345
Looking back: `Scientists from the University of Wales, Swansea, have managed to create antimatter. When the two collide there's a bang and they both vanish.'. 442
Looking forward: Sept 21-27. 640
Man accused of killing partner awaits trial date; COURT: Mother of two died of injuries in hospital. 203
Milestone for coastal park; For 50 years the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park has protected one of the finest coastlines in Europe, writes Ceri Jones. 1036
Million-pound mansions are still hard to find in Wales. 487
Moment Milly's family dreaded. 648
Money: At a glance. 202
Money: City Market Report. 297
Money: Each member of a shares investment club needs to make a tax declaration; BUSINESS: Part-time self-employment and National Insurance contributions and notifying HM Customs of one's retrospective election to charge Vat on an industrial property let. 341
Money: Hardship worries over pensions. 251
Money: Mistakes in working out your tax may cost you dearly. 429
Money: More people use plastic cards for a dose of retail therapy; SURVEY: Sainsbury's Bank says it's more important than ever to look for a competitive rate of interest on credit. 282
Money: Retirement at 70 floated to fund pensions shift; POLICY: Cost of greater life expectancy has to be met, government told. 427
Money: Shop around but be wary of dangers in small print; DEALS: High cost drawbacks. 326
Morgan hails professional service firm a success; CAPITA GWENT CONSULTANCY: New offices opened. 325
Nghymru trwy'r straeon gaiff eu creu gan y bobl. 165
Now hunt for a killer begins; TRAGEDY: Parents had come to accept teenager was dead yet still hoped for miracle. 264
Plaid 2002: Call to reform law on sacking during strike action. 112
Plaid 2002: Minister of religion helps win backing for licensed brothels. 243
Plaid 2002: Plaid Cymru fired up for May; CONFERENCE: Standing ovation as Ieuan Wyn Jones outlines strategy. 741
Plaid 2002: Strike wanted if Iraq is bombed. 104
Power cut at Meggitt Marsh as work runs out. 229
Private Investor's Diary: Transferrable lessons from business; SHARES: The stock-market adviser and the entrepreneur find their paths of experience can cross. 529
Profile: Professor Garel Rhys: Cautious prophet of boom. 1351
racing: Dettori gets Meshaheer off mark. 142
Racing: Pic Up Sticks can score at Ayr; RACING: Runners and riders at today's five meetings; yesterday's results guide; plus top tipping prospects. 655
RALLYING: Burns out of contention. 176
Recipes: A little twist is something to shout about; Lemons are at the heart of a fresh and tangy pudding. 325
Remains found in Forestry Commission woodland. 252
Rugby Union: Bridgend forced to defend without control of Mannix; Glasgow 47 u Bridgend 6. 483
Rugby Union: Doubts again on the matter of promotion; DIVISION ONE. 532
RUGBY UNION: Gauging incident as Pontypridd fly the flag; Roars at Sardis Road but little to shout about for the other Welsh clubs involved in Celtic League action. 472
Rugby Union: Henry has sound advice for Young; RUGBY UNION: Former Wales and British Lions coach just a phone call away. 699
Rugby Union: Jenkins keeps Ponty on course; CELTIC LEAGUE: Pontypridd 28 u Borders 27. 756
RUGBY UNION: Neath lose record as Jarvis forgets his boots; Ulster 17 u Neath 13. 510
Rugby Union: Nuttall to start for Pontypridd; UNDER-21s. 116
Rugby Union: Ring will benefit from outburst, says manager; CELTIC LEAGUE. 402
Rugby Union: Swansea give Munster late scare but Irishmen maintain unbeaten run; Munster 38 u Swansea 27. 351
Rugby Union: Tries from Norton and Munn leave Newport reeling; THE SHOWGROUND: Connacht 18 u Newport 12. 520
Rugby Union: Wyatt will get back to his best - predicts Scarlets coach. 603
Severfield-Rowen shares slide after profits warning; STEEL: Tough trading conditions highlighted. 329
Shaping the future. 224
Shareholders to receive more than expected; RAILTRACK: First payouts by January. 200
Smart money is backing fags; STOCK MARKET: Not very ethical, perhaps, but tobacco could be worth investing in. 490
Speeding motorcyclist jailed for killing cousin. 260
Suzy Lamplugh mum sad for the Dowler family. 166
TABLE TENNIS: Wales have smashing start to tournament; Wales 10 u Guernsey 0. 187
Talking Business in Sport: Media moguls tired of paying over the odds for established sports. 702
Technology trailer tours country for IT roadshow; INFORMATION: Help for businesses. 228
Television: A bunch of flowers comes in handy for Maggie. 241
Television: Bits&Pieces. 347
Television: Cadw'r byd yn wyrdd; S4C yn lansio Wythnos yr Amgylchedd Planed Plant. 350
TELEVISION: Cracking Crime/BBC1, Wednesday. 239
Television: Fast, funky and funny; The key ingredient of a popular children's show is to treat all viewers as adults, says Hannah Jones. SM:TV does that admirably, succeeding hands down with its attention-holding sketches. 541
Television: Fuller sound at pop factory. 236
Television: Jigsaw pictures Daniel's career. 158
Television: Martin moves from tough guy to a doting single parent. 250
Television: Portread o'r dewin geiriau Myrddin ap Dafydd. 267
Television: Pwy fydd enillydd cystadleuaeth Gardd y Flwyddyn? 236
TELEVISION: Review: Yeah baby, the force is just not with you; Send in the crack team to sort out anachronistic dramas Ultimate Force HTV, Monday and Wednesday. 390
Television: Riveting Nuts and Bolts; HTV's fourth series of the Valleys drama focuses on the fun elements and great characters. 396
Television: Soapbox. 457
Tennis: Henman has to carry GB hopes with hurt shoulder. 516
Tennis: Home-town Hewitt in Davis Cup control. 112
The drummer who can talk the talk; Stuart Cable, the beat behind The Stereophonics, is to host his own television chat shows, inevitably called Cable TV. Here he tells Tony Trainor about his new departure and his hopes for the future. 2063
Tom Hanks profile: Only Mr Nice Guy could turn a hitman into a cosy dad. 1337
Travel: Ancient and modern; Petra astonished Patricia Aithie even though Jordan abounds in natural and historical beauty. 964
TV: Looking at jawbones and Jerzy in a tale of two deities. 766
Use your mother tongue to reclaim culture. 718
Walks: A steady pace will catch the bus; Laurence Main looks to public transport to make the most of European Carfree Day. 376
Weekend Motoring: Cortinas hit 40 with a record to be proud of; BEST SELLERS: The breed that changed the face of Britain and created a class of its own. 632
Weekend Motoring: Mercedes-Benz memories. 236
Weekend Motoring: Spacious Vaneo lacks real power; MERCEDES-BENZ: Odd name for a practical people carrier. 378
Weekend Motoring: TALK: Full speed ahead for efficiency. 147
welsh learners: Welsh in a Week; Welcome to Welsh in a Week, your weekly guide to learning Welsh. 739
What's in a name? 122
Wine: `Seconds' deserve a first look. 473

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