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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (February 7, 2003)

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Title Author Type Words
'Every step you take I'll always be right by your side'. 157
`Drug gangs targeting Wales'. 469
`pounds 12,000 takeaway' is deep fill. 517
`pounds 9m filched from farmers'. 377
`We don't want to be let down again . . .' This week detectives announced they had made an ``exciting breakthrough'' in the search for the killer of Megan and Harry Tooze. Their son-in-law Jonathan Jones was convicted of the double murder before being freed on appeal. Rhodri Owen spoke to Jonathan and his wife Cheryl about the 10 years since her parents' bodies were found at their isolated farmhouse. 1695
Another quarter of one per cent off interest rates lifts hope of cut in mortgages. 211
Bargains ahead for buyers as sales of new cars take a dive. 467
BBC3. 159
Brainy women leave bimbos behind. 949
Brinley Hamer-Jones. 606
Bus-pass chaos threatens rural links. 719
Charlotte debates Oxford offer. 500
City Market Report. 393
Comedian moves into films with a romantic comedy. 555
Court clerk cleared of computer misuse. 365
Cowboy clampers to be outlawed. 493
Cricket: Dubliner Doherty sets up semi-final with Hunter. 502
Cricket: Harare game on after England's request rejected. 893
Cruel father of three could be jailed. 343
Death of Lord Aberconway - champion of gardens. 558
Diamond giant reports rise in full year sales. 289
EAR EAR: Kids clam up for charity cash. 217
Education: `Root education in tradition' says Prince; EducationWa es. 194
Education: Exams `at breaking point' Play-based learning sets children on track for success. 736
Education: Keeping in touch with pupils from all over the world. 561
Education: Learning through pllay, the Steiner way. 994
Education: More vacancies and starting salaries for graduates to rise. 390
Education: New schools' surfing academy. 150
Education: New Welsh medium school. 154
Education: Poor students shun university. 146
Education: Providing the basics; LIZ SAVILLE is the Director of Canolfan Sgiliaith Centre, established in 2001 to promote bilingual education in the post-16 sector. Sgiliaith is funded by fforwm, Elwa and the Welsh Language Board. 773
Education: Pupil's tooth gem sparks a row. 220
Education: Schools take up Yellow Pages challenge. 262
Education: Tackling anti-social behaviour. 138
Education: The Minister's column: Giving young people the knowledge and skills they need. 576
Education: The Western Mail Education Comment: Common sense should prevail. 203
Europeans make most of BMI flights. 648
Farmer denies kicking boy who `fell onto his foot'. 404
Faulty fuel pump led to air crash. 332
Football: Bowen's brilliant displays push Chadwick move out into the cold. 477
Football: Delaney `out for months' fear; HUGHES FEARS DOUBLE WALES BLOW. 569
Football: Earnie: I'd never ask to leave Cardiff; Mario Risoli talks to ROBERT EARNSHAW, the goal machine of Welsh football, about records, racism and the pressure of being a Cardiff City player under colourful owner Sam Hammam. 1206
Football: Flynn signs Villa and England youngster. 276
Football: Jenkins aiming to pay his way - but just on the field now. 545
Football: Last night's soccer Villa ultimatum to want-away stars as El Tel targets Lazaridis; CIS Insurance Cup Semi-final Hampden Park Celtic .................. (0) 3 Dundee Utd ........... (0) 0 Balde 52 90 Larsson 80. 453
Football: Rob's ready to blitz Tosh record. 161
Football: Swans in training shambles. 600
Football: Toffees eager to wrap up deal for Vetch on-loan midfield star Britton. 144
Fresh doubts over future of Allied Steel and Wire. 238
Funding crisis. 159
Great Wall of letters from rising star Burton. 348
Hard act. 129
I'm impotent, says GP in rape-bid trial. 382
Indian Ocean rowing record bid to start early. 411
Jackson's behaviour `damaging children'. 305
Larger EU threatens Objective One cash. 426
Less protection offered for endangered birds. 443
Letter: I'm not shy. 326
Letter: Left wanting. 226
Letter: We stand by the poor of Iraq. 562
Lowri Turner's column: Industry gets its wish. 501
Lowri Turner's column: Stop the frostiness over Sadie's Law. 193
Lowri Turner's column: Zeta, you can't have your wedding cake and eat it. 842
Millionaires' Row a sight unseen in Wales. 569
Missing woman, 20, may have changed her looks. 197
Mixed reaction as Bank cuts interest rates to 48-year low. 534
Motoring: Bargains in new market. 432
Motoring: Espace is still setting the pace. 723
Motoring: Fast lane for Welsh-speaking motor enthusiasts. 168
Motoring: Mazda2 is leading the comeback. 665
Motoring: Those looking for a fun car are taking the smart option. 507
Move welcomed but manufacturers still worried. 143
New lead in hunt for American artist's killer. 426
North Korea threatens to attack USA. 227
One of S4C soap's top characters to be killed off. 278
Open verdict on baby found dead in car seat. 192
Park friends fight holiday village. 750
Peacocks sees light at the end of the tunnel as sales increase. 300
PM accepts anti-war mood. 696
Police raid smashes immigration racket. 280
pounds 15m rail cuts called for. 749
Preparations. 177
Prince puts accent on diplomacy in Paris. 574
Question time for divorcees. 134
Racing: Century up for ace Nicholls. 143
Racing: Victory looks in the air at Kempton. 389
Ray grows into a much bigger role. 940
Record month for children's hospital appeal. 269
Reviving Dangerous Davies; After 26 novels and five non-fiction books, Leslie Thomas has now seen his most famous creation transferred to the small screen. Rob Driscoll asks him about Dangerous Davies and a life in retirement. 1391
Risk of sexually abused children becoming abusers `lower than thought'. 370
Rugby Union: Hansen's joy in peace deal. 595
Rugby Union: Hopes that Powergen Cup can spark interest. 293
Rugby Union: It's Iestyn's big chance. 849
Rugby Union: Laporte vows to find out the truth on that de Villiers drugs test. 486
Rugby Union: Quinnell adds to injury woe. 286
Rugby Union: Say Cheese as Connolly fears worst for Whites. 272
Seven held in terror swoops. 141
Sociable or Charitable? 405
Socialising comes before our social conscience. 314
Soft focus on hard man Vinnie. 644
Story competition winner Jo is not giving up her day job. 291
STS looks ahead to bouncing back. 693
Surprise cut in interest rate. 473
Takeover speculation at C&W. 217
Taking Wales to the heart of Europe; Today the Secretary of State for Wales, Peter Hain, will address the European Convention on the Future of Europe in Brussels to back up a paper he has submitted on behalf of the UK Government and the devolved administrations of Wales and Scotland to give them a greater voice in Europe. Here he outlines the ``people count'' message he will deliver aimed at reconnecting Europe to its citizens. 494
Tanni No 3 in list of greatest disabled Britons. 398
Teenager in shotgun attack faces jail. 672
Television company views expansion abroad. 261
Ten authors on short list. 144
The Pensioner: Spending tomorrow's money; Elaine Morgan is an 82-year-old Welsh woman who also just happens to be a world-renowned academic. Her fascinating column will tackle the big issues facing old and young alike plus take a wry look at the stories entertaining Wales and the world. Her column appears in The Western Mail every Friday. 527
Tooze: Our story, by Cheryl and Jonathan. 161
Two groups compete to develop part of Sports Village site. 200
UK `family breakdown capital of Europe'. 285
Union warning over defence jobs `disaster'. 696
Warning over war sparking hate crime. 566
Weston scorns `evidence' on Iraq. 898
You're not doing enough, Wales tells Assembly. 652

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