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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (December 20, 2003)

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Title Author Type Words
'Change abuse attitude'. 212
'The trick is survival - still doing what I am doing 40 years on'. 751
A merry blinging Christmas. 183
Abbeysells French subsidiary. 357
Acclaim for opera. 148
Action demanded after sixth diver in two years dies in slate quarry. 373
Air Cymru critical of protest group. 286
Alien invasion threatens our fish; Why ancient gwyniad may need to move lake. 560
Angst for turkey owners. 682
Assassination bid on Bremer. 122
Auction live on television. 134
Beware of Rudolf's Revenge. 436
BFG call to Londis shareholders. 232
Blur to play first gig on Red Planet. 157
Boost for dairy sector. 161
Boost for tenant sector. 120
Brussels sprout glamour. 160
Bullish Blunkett's 'middle way' gives Labour MPs cause for concern. 565
Candlelight vigil for threatened Garden. 220
Carr to stay at Holloway. 142
Celtic Cup finalists are really fighting hard over the underdog tag. 478
Christmas - just another day for the on-duty medics. 590
Closure of shops and parks creating 'ghost town Britain'. 504
Colorado's; Ski Nirvana. 923
Composer strikes chord in US; Welsh maestro's musical journey keeps tempo as one of his arrangements impresses top American orchestra. 593
Computer firm launched Food for thought Mark Walker. 205
Cor! What a dairy present. 192
Council wants people's views. 104
Credit jobs bonus for Cardiff. 213
Cricket: Under-fire England must star in the great escape; Vaughan turns to bowler Trescothick on a nightmare day. 609
Dathlu a dagrau'r Wyl. 951
Death of the dedicated Lord Islwyn. 146
Del Boy, David Brent, Edina - all present & correct for Xmas. 3114
Detective is found not guilty of raping a teenager. 400
Dickens, dathlu a dyled y Dolig. 451
Doesn't she realise I don't do conversation before 10am? 563
Dormouse fights back from the brink. 247
Escape from the big film flop. 244
European ministers rethink sheep identification plans; EU Farm Council agree to allow member states to retain systems. 524
Fire-risk fairy lights recalled. 204
Football: Battered Becks wantsa break. 385
Football: Blamit on RIO. 1017
Football: Djorkjaeff warning for his old friend Henry. 242
Football: Healy prepared to forgive and forget. 295
Football: Houllier is looking to ease the pressure. 364
Football: Keane: We will step up a gear in title challenge; But United skipper would like a new striker at the club. 487
Football: McLeish wants the break back in game. 267
Football: Megson puts faith in new recruit Horsfield. 226
Football: O'Sullivan enforces Barry's jinx. 195
Football: Palace in talks with Dowie over vacancy. 333
Football: Pleat relishes prospect of facing the Premiership champions. 313
Football: Rhyl can turn up pressure. 354
Football: Roman is backing his stars to hit back. 371
Football: Swans pay the price for their kamikaze defending; Second successive defeat for Flynn's men. 673
Football: Upbeat Smith calls for play-off place. 304
Football: Wenger: We'll get it right. 511
Football: Weston is given call for City as Croft axed; Right-back suffered in Huckerby show and Welsh international back to shore up side. 789
For that extra special Christmas gift; The South Cotswolds Christmas Antiques Fair is being held this weekend. 482
Freedom Tower to rise on site of Ground Zero. 497
Fun and games at the fair - I'm all set to be the kiddies' hero. 577
Gaddafi seeks UK help to get rid of its WMD. 382
Galw'n cynyddu am fwyd organig. 408
Girl faces jail after 'bizarre' knife attack; Friends plotted to murder someone. 503
Global warming boosts butterflies in Wales. 406
Harp makers win praise for plucky link with university. 371
He m@il She m@il. 696
Health trust in pounds 5m payout to boy, 8, for errors at birth. 334
Hell of a tale of a social butterfly. 1169
I've had enough, storms burned-out GP on television; Doctor walks out on Valleys in TV documentary. 675
In Your Garden: Spuds have not had their chips. 1000
Infamy, infamy, they've all got it infamy... 664
Isaac's influence on art celebrated. 369
Jackson to fight child sex charges. 389
January hearing for Baugh. 150
Judge turns down serial killer Nielsen's autobiography request. 323
Key role for Welsh scientists as Mars mission nears climax. 563
Kyffin oil painting is centrepiece of TV auction. 334
Leading Article: Public need to cure their attitudes to NHS staff. 357
Letter: Beware EU takeover. 152
Letter: End this toxic cocktail which is killing us all. 149
Letter: Hidden interest. 172
Letter: It made me laugh La. 192
Letter: Language lesson. 112
Letter: Low-flying hell. 188
Letter: Vicar wanted. 140
Lib-Dem assures Brown over IMF. 354
Long-haul air travellers' risk of DVT 'much greater than imagined'. 470
Man robbed at busy junction. 122
Market plods on, ignoring Saddam's fate for now. 518
Markets' gifts help strikers to leave picket with dignity; After two winters of discontent. they call it a day. 595
Maternity units' future rests on child hospital. 420
Minding the poverty gap. 1514
Ministers under fresh pressure over WMD. 580
More Assembly powers urged. 198
Motorsport: Barrichello is surprised at Schumacher's carry-on bid. 256
Motorsport: New deal is big boost for F1 teams. 460
Move to aid waders. 354
Neither practical or effective. 117
Ofcom appoints new director. 178
Office Closed; It's just a fun, happy ending to The Office. If you're a fan you'll like it. 3557
Outrage at secret report on impact of European money. 378
Parents' PAIN; If they had asked parents whether they could harvest organs for research purposes, a lot of parents might have said yes but to take them without permission, it's gruesome. 1793
Penguins raise cash for Ty Hafan appeal. 247
Pictures of the year 2003. 371
Police confiscate Vinnie's guns. 274
Politicians lay down their cards. 1189
Pop idol Michelle's big challenge; Votes tonight will decide on future of diva with attitude. 1046
pounds 2.3m sport academy set to open next year. 323
Property boom in unlikely spot. 353
Puttting Italy and Wales in a blender; Review Dudley Yn Umbria, S4C, December 30, 8.25pm. 351
Racing: Baracouda roars in. 539
Rhodri's rebellious roots revealed; First Minister's ancestor was the first man to be shot by the Glamorgan Constabulary. 768
Roll up, roll up it's got to be the greatest job on turf. 679
Rollercoaster ride leaves Footsie looking up. 642
Rugby Union: Dream team together again?; Pickering tips Hansen to team up with Henry once more at NZ. 830
Rugby Union: Henry: I landed All Blacks job thanks to Welsh experience; It will be 'unreal' facing Wales, says NZ's new coach We have talented, skilful players who like playing a high-tempo game. That style suits the New Zealand way. 742
Rugby Union: O'Callaghan ready for warm welcome. 494
Rugby Union: Richards sure of hot derby. 147
Rugby Union: Woodward: Henry's a top appointment. 543
Russian dancers at home. 108
Seized drug boat linked to Al-Qaeda. 119
Share a seat with the stars. 101
Special concert as pupils recover. 366
St Valentine's Day massacre gangster is kin of Wigley. 134
Stitching and needlework that rose from urban slums. 523
Storecard bucks high-interest trend. 337
Tennis: Centre Court roof is possible. 379
The Cerys riddle; What turned the fast rising lager soaked pop tart into a married mum-of-one with a line in tasteful ballads? Joanne Atkinson finds out. 2646
This is our year ahead, says Tory. 309
Times hard in town that defied the law on Sunday shopping; 19 years on, few of pioneer's traders will open tomorrow. 764
Turkey without tears; And when it comes to clearing up, put your feet up - you deserve it! Get the kids in to help. 775
WAR in peacetime. 2629
We owe it to Soham children to eliminate child abuse. 676
Welsh Black first. 200
Welsh prefer peace to plenty. 342
Wenger calls for drugs crackdown. 352
Widow asks for apology. 205
Woodward's big challenge to players. 391
Word trawl finds Chelski in dictionary line-up. 288
Work restarts on club building. 312
Ymladd rhyfel yn erbyn y Nadolig. 418

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