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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (August 21, 2003)

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Title Author Type Words
'Lack of cuddles puts young children at risk' Psychologist worried about carers' reluctance to show affection because of fear of abuse allegations. 725
: A lesson in morals. 157
: Attack on Iwan a poor reflection on Labour. 161
: Ironic oversight. 121
: Kids will be kids. 194
: No justification. 203
: Unsurprising statistic. 236
Acts of God played out. 1107
Advice on renting. 102
At risk from sick doctors. 261
Biker caught doing 115mph. 186
Bluebirds stadium plan clears hurdle. 466
Both a medicine and a pleasure drug for thousands of yearsCannabis was first documented as a herbal remedy in a Chinese pharmacy text of the first century AD. It was widely used in the Middle East, India and China as a medicine, to make products such; Medical researchers link up with drugs firm to find new pain-reliever. 288
Cat horror attack: man bailed. 107
Cerys's little one makes debut; Singer and her hubby take bundle of joy to county show. 1143
Check your ticket, Caerphilly. 117
City Bulletin. 261
Cricket: Battling Glamorgan have edge. 571
Cricket: Vaughan sounds warning on SA backlash. 505
CWM on feel the Noize. 1185
Deepcut father loses faith in police. 462
Dog thrown out of car to die on road. 218
Early rush for holiday trains. 103
Extra pounds 17m 'must be found now for schools'. 463
Future relies on a vibrant, fast-growing private sector. 731
GCSE pass rate dips but Wales still tops England; Doors will close, boys warned as girls do better yet again. 776
Giving our economy the skills it needs to prosper; Education View. 735
Golf: Price delight at top award. 103
Good or bad, GCSE grades will get results; With many avenues open to teens, career goals are attainable. 672
GREY POWER AT WORK; Companies face struggle to end hostile attitudes to older staff under ageism law. 410
Health service review. 111
Heavy-metal torchbearer back in town; Preview Saxon August 28, Muni Arts Centre, Pontypridd. 253
Help at hand on pensions. 104
Horse Racing: Islington roars back to make it Oaks double. 158
How to survive as a student. 538
Hunt for Cilla raiders stepped up. 217
IQE cuts losses as sales rise. 165
Iraq leaders warned of attack. 213
Jermine put on tee for Ryder Cup; Finance man with impressive handicap called in as Wales prepares to host event. 363
Jury retires in inquest on Swansea soccer fan. 144
Leading Article: Rugby must focus on the challenges ahead; ... while our soccer dream lives on. 326
Local food for schools backed. 512
Log on for your business degree. 317
On-line Tefl course wasn't the breeze I expected; Training can be passport to dream job. 654
One lunchtime drink could send drivers drifting off the motorway. 363
Orphans given tickets to big match. 296
Patients in Wales may be offered cannabis pills after surgery; Medical researchers link up with drugs firm to find new pain-reliever. 613
Pay delays highlighted. 179
Pedestrian killed on road was in 'pool of darkness'. 389
Record number of doctors register. 234
Recovering VAT on a leased car. 257
Rewarding and satisfying - if it's for you. 276
Rugby Union: Dragons set for renaming as Vale's Russell quits. 498
Rugby Union: Hansen backs his skipper to produce goods on the pitch. 462
Rugby Union: Jones still rates Martyn as No 1 for World Cup; Llanelli fly-half handed reins for England - but he's set to step aside. 611
Rugby Union: JPR Mark II hopes to extend that Test run. 587
Rugby Union: Lewis leads the Blues. 107
Secret briefing plan exposed; No 10 spokesmen thought Campbell's plan to leak mole's existence 'a bad idea'. 637
Sex offender may have fled abroad. 176
Show 'lifts the heart and gives farmers renewed optimism ' A great favourite with tourists and town people. 525
Slain son's ashes are returning home. 242
Soccer: A setback, but I still believe we can come out on top; Manager;s verdict: Mark Hughes. 477
Soccer: Azzurri might feel pendulum is swinging. 611
Soccer: Bellamy: We should have created more in attack. 287
Soccer: Big boost for Eriksson as England survive stern test. 556
Soccer: Brown considers complaint; Under-21 keeper Brown was the subject of racial abuse from the Serbian supporters. 672
Soccer: Disappointing result but the pressure is still on Italians. 446
Soccer: Gabbidon shrugs off racial taunts. 233
Soccer: Hughes' men shot down by Dragan the slayer; Mladenovic makes Milan mission much more murky. 1128
Soccer: It's business as usual for England as Becks shines. 664
Soccer: Lennie puts the Doherty deal on the back-burner. 537
Soccer: Serbs you right, Sparky; Wales made to pay heavy price for cautious approach. 629
Soccer: Vogts happy with Scots stalemate. 219
Social, Welsh and sexy - and ready to tie the knot; Couple who met through Sws to marry next year. 983
Soham officer cleared of sex charges. 805
SolarGen gives graduates a running start. 453
Sun shines for a highlight of the Welsh agricultural calendar. 281
Sweet-16, media wise and with-IT; Latest GCSE figures give insight into this generation. 1241
The 10 best places to go this bank holiday weekend. 1119
This time next year could you lot be millionaires?; Some may get rich quick, but education is what counts for most. 1134
Those bores on the protein-only diet should not quiche and tell. 683
Tory AM wins bride. 125
University Press chief. 112
Wales slips further in UK wealth table. 464
Welsh animation in the picture as films set for premiere in Edinburgh. 261
Welsh touristin court. 438
Words don't come easy when holidays draw to an end. 581

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