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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (April 25, 2003)

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'Loving parents' killed on family visit to Mexico. 428
'Scrap PFI' call after hospital scheme slated. 559
`Clever women have fewer babies'. 270
`How can a Latin pupil impress a widget maker?' Education system failing, say teachers and business chiefs. 816
`LEAs holding back pounds 500m school cash'. 459
`Students should learn entrepreneurship'. 103
A very public SPLIT; As he recovers from his break-up with Kate Beckinsale, Michael Sheen tells Karen Price why he has thrown himself into his most challenging role to date. 1540
AMs `not in tune with accountants' business; Needs of professional advisers aren't understood, according to survey. 495
Arthur's SCARS; The former miners' leader is as forceful as ever and believes his party's radical policies are right for Wales. 1255
Arts editor. 486
Athletics: Date change for challenge. 119
Bio-experts 'don't have to come from UN'. 455
Blair turns up to get Wales to turn out. 733
Church calls for new town in Mid Wales. 501
Cinema: Back row: S4C's film expert, reviews the movies; Last week I was complaining about the lack of decent films when the best the movie world could offer me was two chick-flicks and an average kung fu film. This week, I've hit the mother lode. 1046
Cinema: The reluctant SUPERSTAR; Following outstanding performances in Fight Club and Red Dragon, Edward Norton was proclaimed one of finest actors of his generation. Rob Driscoll finds out why the shy celeb has made his most challenging film to date, set in post-9/11 New York It's hard to value anonymity and there are times it would be nice not to be recognised. 1989
Cinema: Videos and dvds to rent. 277
Cinema: Videos to buy. 117
City BULLETIN. 262
Co-op aims to keep growing after buying Alldays shops. 449
Cricket: It's come in No 3 as Hemp relishes his role. 562
Cutting-edge fashion jeans. 147
Emotional journey hits the peaks; Sinfonia Cymru # St David's Hall, Cardiff #. 251
Football: Jones: Too soon to celebrate. 377
Football: Larsson puts Celtic into final; BOAVISTA 0 CELTIC 1 (Celtic win 2-1 on aggregate). 503
Football: Legg slams City player rift rumours. 563
Football: Macca's Real warning to Becks. 571
Football: Mahon poised for return to Ewood Park. 103
Football: Penney ready to nick Swans' league spot. 622
Football: Soccer shake-up. 211
Football: We're miles behind the best in Europe; Toshack hits out at Premiership `No 1 in the world' tag as Beckham and Co lick wounds. 652
Former Iraqi deputy PM Tariq Aziz in US custody. 660
Friday nostalgia: Just the job to boost the sale of knee plasters; Do you remember? 342
Golf: Price three of f Schwartzel pace. 137
Hey, you on the sofa - you're right. There's a host of reasons not to do DIY. 1183
Letter: Are jockeys sued? 107
Letter: Environmental footprints. 201
Letter: Out of proportion. 174
Letter: Quite a wag. 143
Letter: Show what you can do. 143
Letter: Strange contempt. 111
Letter: UK being taken for a ride over refugees. 215
Levi Strauss planning to launch 'value' range. 301
Major role in panto for TV cheat? 202
Mixed for tunes for planners' guinea pigs. 334
More head for university. 276
MOTORMAIL: Actions speak louder than words; The only time that running commentaries need to be delivered aloud is when you are with a professional driving assessor. 562
MOTORMAIL: Bridgend Ford play. 129
MOTORMAIL: F3000 driver fired. 123
MOTORMAIL: Imola future under threat; David Coulthard says scrapping San Marino Grand Prix would be a shame. 450
MOTORMAIL: IN THE SHOWROOM: Accord take-off. 414
MOTORMAIL: Kangoo gets makeover to challenge its rival. 285
MOTORMAIL: Line of sights. 160
MOTORMAIL: New Convoy minibus for school handed over. 166
MOTORMAIL: Peugeot takes the wraps of f the 206 plus one replacement. 261
MOTORMAIL: ROAD TEST: Velvet-smooth and pin-sharp; Wagon can take on and beat its rivals - with a smoothness that puts it into the realm of cars which cost double. 432
MOTORMAIL: Signs to yield speed loophole. 441
MOTORMAIL: Sprinting ahead. 143
MOTORMAIL: Super, sporty Saab. 202
MOTORMAIL: Tribute to Daijiro Kato. 111
MOTORMAIL: Williams team signs up with `quit smoking' sponsor. 469
Murphy hints at poll delay. 207
Music: Classical. 148
Music: Has the bubble burst for Sharon Osbourne. 204
Music: Interview: I'm so scared of MARRIAGE; With his mop of curly ginger hair, Mick Hucknall is Simply Red. While his critics traditionally draw attention to his string of glamorous girlfriends, Claire Hill finds a friendly man with a few passions in life such as being in love with love and music. Oh, and flirting ... 2037
Music: Singles. 121
Music: Sound bites. 424
New chapter at law firm. 149
New towns: Population 3 million. 110
Overheard: What the luvvies say... 111
Performing Arts: And the winner is... our guide to the top 5 award ceremonies. 387
Performing Arts: PREVIEW: Boogie Nights ***; Richmond Theatre, London, Monday until Saturday. 278
Performing Arts: PREVIEW: Indian Country ****; Chapter Arts Centre, May 1 until 16, and then touring Wales. 317
Performing Arts: PREVIEW: Our Song ***; Clwyd Theatr Cymru from Monday until Saturday. 323
Performing Arts: REVIEW: Rattle Of A Simple Man ***; Clwyd Theatr Cymru, Mold. 542
Performing Arts: REVIEW: U-Man Zoo Theatre *****; Tactile Bosch, Cardiff. 505
Performing Arts: Spotlight on Jack Davenport. 191
Performing Arts: Stage right: Jason Hughes. 430
Performing Arts: The brains behind BAFTA; Tomorrow the Welsh Baftas are handed out in a glittering ceremony in Cardiff. But how do organisers stop it being just another predictable awards do? Bafta Cymru chairman Geraint Evans explains why the planning behind this year's event will make it anything but. 1282
Police find vital clues at body site. 180
Racing: Hills to launch appeal against his 21-day ban. 180
Rugby Union: Cardiff v Newport: YOUR AT A GLANCE GUIDE Arms Park 7.05pm. 184
Rugby Union: End of an era - in more ways than one. 840
Rugby Union: Lawrence: Cup will cap campaign. 309
Rugby Union: Moriarty's big Llanelli stunner. 406
Rugby Union: Owen's shock Gwent move. 386
Rugby Union: Shanklin considers move to Wales. 387
Rugby Union: Tell us where we're playing next season; Thomas makes heartfelt plea as colleagues face uncertain futures in the new regional set-up. 771
Rugby Union: Things ain't what they used to be. 575
Rugby Union: You'll face a real House of Pain; Rugby Correspondent Simon Thomas hears Dale `The Chief' McIntosh spell out a warning to Dallaglio. 826
Sars fears grow as Government urged to take action. 400
Subtle change of policy in Wales. 115
The beginner's guide to voting; Two ballot papers, two votes - one for the constituency, the other for the regional seat. 759
The pensioner: The spirit of the British sahib clashes with that of sex on TV. 498
They said what?: Quotes of the day. 150
Visual Arts: Gallery guide: Our pick of the week's best exhibitions. 581
Visual Arts: Making more of MALI. 906
Walker brands Assembly `a failure' Former Welsh Secretary calls for more dynamic political leadership. 332
Western Mail comment: Turnout a test for credibility of Assembly. 363
What's the big idea?; With less than a week before the National Assembly election, Professor Dylan Jones-Evans casts his eye over the main economic policies of the four main parties. 744
World Travel may seek extra funds. 584
Year-long strike changed face of British industry. 200

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