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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (August 27, 2003)

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Title Author Type Words
: Empty promises. 159
: Labour and racists. 196
: Open democracy. 102
: PC stance bewildering. 351
: Rugby debacle. 136
: Threat to butterflies. 214
Advertising watchdog condemns snoring and phone text promotions. 192
Are we rearing a nation of grasping youngsters? 839
At last an end to summer sickness. 977
Athletics: Holmes hangs on for the silver after Mutola sprints clear. 303
Athletics: Malcolm set to put career back on track; Christian confident of bold show after putting his injury problems behind him. 605
Athletics: Young steals Washington's thunder. 229
Backbencher defends vigorous questioning. 193
Barclays in the picture. 251
Basil's brush with insurance. 198
Bay eyes on job in Scotland. 219
Bunzl sales grow but weak dollar hits profits. 325
Canary Wharf developer may make takeover bid. 366
Catastrophe of today's apostrophe's. 619
Cold War masts' future up in the air. 306
Company loses a packet. 199
CRC profits halved. 341
Cricket: Split threatens cricket league. 423
Cricket: Wood steers Tykes back on flat track for batsmen; Croft and Cosker late show slows the Yorkshire revival. 576
Cynog's dual strategy for Plaid. 508
Development complaint. 125
Dossier:Security staff 'all happy'. 348
E-shopping partnership may put a dent in bills; Councils link up with Alito software company to refine process of awarding contracts. 600
Eating disorders reach alarming levels in Wales; University study uncovers health fears for students. 859
Eifionydd agrees to Wynnstay merger; Smaller co-op seeks strength through size, with 91% of votes cast in favour of move. 490
Embattled young sing from the heart; PREVIEW Sierra Leone Children's Choir St Donats Arts Centre Tonight, 7.30pm. 343
Executives targeted in regeneration bid. 251
Extension helps chemical company in expansion drive. 209
Failing to capitalise. 114
Failure may spur greater success. 640
Family have made collecting a way of life. 846
Fan who set fire to comic's home kept in hospital. 228
Fashion howler that the Romans did for Merthyr; Quite an honour for Valleys town to follow in Rome's footsteps, says archaeologist. 747
Father and son hurt in boat blast. 283
Fears grow over Iran's 'secret nuclear weapons programme'. 330
Firms urged to support charity and beat the taxman withpayroll giving. 341
Football: Barca snap up van Bronckhorst. 251
Football: Boss patient on his jewel Kewell. 279
Football: Fergie's fears for Wolves. 418
Foster's profits lose their sparkle as wine slips, though beer sales stay strong. 350
Four tips to help you reach the top. 652
Frankenstein and the monster next door . . . 379
Free IVF may 'rob' cancer patients. 425
Global warming threat. 246
GPs open cosmetic surgery. 223
Great ESCAPE. 1304
Hartson hopes to figure in Champions League plans. 423
Heath, 87, flown home to hospital. 274
Hospital to build pounds 2m 30-bed emergency admissions unit. 276
Islamic college plan for ex-hospital. 459
ITV news presenter Catherwood expecting first baby. 142
Leading Article: Mark that helps the message get across. 359
Lemsip lifts group's health. 220
Life history is becoming a never-ending catalogue of success for small business. 426
Lisa Scott-Lee heads Mardi Gras line-up. 169
Mae'r hen jc yn dal yn eithriadol o fyw - heb ei Fae, heb ei eni; Bellach, does dim llanw na thrai yn y porthladdoedd yma, dim ond llanw a thrai y bobol sy'n dod yno i weithio liw dydd ac wedyn yn diflannu. 627
Merthyr follows Rome's fashion. 194
Miscarriage claim splits family firm; Woman welder claims 'flippant' attitude to health and safety cost her not only her unborn child but also her job. 559
Mutual's lending increases. 255
Nasa's 'blind spots' led to shuttle tragedy. 488
Neath too strong for gritty Tonmawr. 105
NHS disposals could save pounds 90m, says Auditor General. 269
No 10 'wanted stronger dossier' Document was not intended to make a case for war, says intellligence chief. 726
Not hot enough here? Then head for Spain for sun, fun and business. 602
Online Stones to smash convention. 681
Outlook poor for sluggish London. 276
Overnight online sales soar. 104
Oxfam pulls out staff over security fears. 138
Perfect night for free peep at Mars. 186
Perhaps a little hole in the ozone layer isn't so bad. 526
Plans on tap. 221
Racial equality director suspended after complaint. 260
Racing: Cecil's Dawnus can get back to winning ways. 336
Rally track puts Non's farm on the road to success. 440
Romance revived - after 50 years. 350
Rugby Union: BACK HANSEN; People should get behind Steve at this stage, says stand-in coach Ruddock. 818
Rugby Union: Balshaw out to impress. 217
Rugby Union: Cockbain grasps his long-awaited chance. 587
Rugby Union: Fly-half Sweeney to remain a Warrior. 334
Rugby Union: Iestyn: We can get over our England misery; Wales can still reach World Cup last eight, vows Harris. 723
Rugby Union: Logan out for Scotland. 266
Rugby Union: Mefin: Losing this game is unthinkable. 568
Rugby Union: Title beckons for upbeat Brewerton. 211
Scarlett explodes time bomb. 342
Site search begins. 340
Smart scheme completion gathers pace. 423
SOCCER HOLIDAY PACKAGE; International Academy sold to travel giant Thomson after Sars and collapse in US market caused it to run out of funds. 541
Soccer: Crespo inspires the Blues. 267
Soccer: Flynn backing O'Leary despite the penalty jinx. 524
Soccer: Goal brings peace of mind for Wrexham striker. 322
Soccer: Italy counting on Totti but Wales have Bellamy worry. 566
Soccer: Mendieta shows signs of the class to come. 140
Soccer: Porthmadog earn tie with Bangor. 131
Soccer: Rooney saves the day. 191
Soccer: Saints steal a point. 202
Soccer: Sheringham lifts Pompey to top of the Premiership. 180
Soccer: Spend, spend, spend!; Sam vows to carry on 'breakneck speed' investment despite Bluebirds' pounds 12m debt. 684
Soldier's Basra attack ordeal; Corporal who suffered head and arm wounds distraught at colleagues' deaths. 628
Spicerhaart hires L&G for protection. 211
Spy chief backs No 10's story. 184
Staff taken on to develop Welsh language community newspapers. 196
Street is slammed for lethal overdose scene. 770
Tarrant speaks out over Millionaire coughing trial; Giving evidence was a hoot, says game-show host. 867
Tennis: Battle-weary Rusedski sees Agassi as inspiration. 312
The questions Gilligan wanted MP to ask Kelly. 712
Thomson must fulfil Welsh firm's promise. 301
Training leaders link up. 278
Union fears for defence contracts. 250
Union to stress the importance of ministers working with farmers rather than issuing directives from above. 300
United Utilities trains Kuwaitis. 166
Upbeat American figures fail to generate gains across the Atlantic as Footsie falls. 537
Upbeat house builder looks to further growth; Persimmon forecasts sound homes market conditions. 407
US recovery struggling - unlike house market. 420
Virus threat passes again. 105
WDA's Green Dragon. 220
We're on the ball over healthy meat eating. 497
Weaver fish sting rescue. 322
Welder faces her family in court. 223
Welsh expertise aids government plan. 256
Welsh pupil one of a handful to thrive on 1950s education; School reality TV show to fan flames of debate about falling standards. 765
Who wants to study entrepreneurship? We do, say students as profile rises; Research part of evolving process to embed subject in Welsh colleges. 489
Women's pensions warning. 222
Workers' tributes to Iraq victim. 204

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