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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (January 17, 2003)

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`A joint assault'. 126
`Inspectors' to seek entry to US base. 753
`We have no choice but to sell'. 192
82-year-old grandmother gets a soaking at panto. 259
Baby perks are no big deal in the UK. 1078
Beach aims to build a new golden era. 594
Beauty queen in court. 126
Beggars guilty of frightening victim to death. 202
Blix to brief Blair on discovery of empty chemical warheads in Iraq. 287
Blockbuster Christmas for Ottakar's. 187
BMA backs AM's bid to ban smoking. 507
Body Shop remains upbeat despite a slip in festive sales. 301
Boys complicate things. 200
Breakfast of toast and TV here to stay. 658
Bus driver tells of punch to chin. 163
Carr facing two new charges after deaths of schoolgirls Holly and Jessica. 272
Church man jailed for sex assaults. 431
Cinema reviews. 538
City Market Report. 432
City watchdog calls for more power. 162
Concern over plan to give civilians police role. 447
Court finds shopkeeper started fire to claim insurance payout. 461
Devolution - path to partnership not road to separatism; Tonight Welsh Secretary Peter Hain delivers a keynote lecture at the University of Wales Institute, Cardiff. One of his major themes will be the issue of nationalism. Here, in a specially written article based on the lecture, he outlines his concerns... 1322
Devolution - Reaction. 194
Diana's butler plans to reveal all he saw. 615
Driver jailed after mowing down people `like skittles'. 471
Dylan art gives hope for hip op. 585
Economist urges Cardiff to book its place among world's cities. 607
Education Wales: `Last chance saloon' for teaching profession in Wales, warn unions. 551
Education Wales: Building youngsters' ambitions. 502
Education Wales: Equipping young for modern workplace; The implications of ground breaking new proposals focusing on the wider needs of all young people in Wales were put under the spotlight at the Careers Wales National Conference in Llandrindod Wells. Jeff Cocks of Careers Wales discusses how the proposals aim to dramatically improve the curriculum for young people in Wales. 784
Education Wales: Help for the very bright. 123
Education Wales: Jane Davidson. 134
Education Wales: Learning target alters lives. 574
Education Wales: NASUWT. 121
Education Wales: National Association of Head Teache r s. 112
Education Wales: The Western Mail Education Comment: You are never too old to learn. 133
Education Wales: YOUNG PIONEERS. 216
End secrecy over rugby trains - MP. 308
Engineers help paralysed people to stand. 177
Ex-runaway may testify on behalf of Turkish boyfriend. 471
Fifties style fits for flight crews. 442
Football: Ex-Bluebird vows to rescue Swans. 275
Football: Fowler's changed mind on City transfer came out of the blue. 211
Football: IN THE LINE OF FIRE. 674
Football: Lennie told: You must buy again. 267
Football: Swans grab a lifeline. 878
Friday 5pm the peak time for road deaths. 340
Golden boy Jason and the aggro nuts. 1057
Golf: It's a doddle for Barry boy Steve. 322
Golley Slater retains pounds 250,000 tools campaign. 283
Green sands. 113
HMV flotation costs bite, but sales rise. 426
Hollywood pair vie with ex-soap star in theatre awards. 536
Hospices welcome three-year pounds 10m cash boost for palliative care. 279
Ice Hockey: Panthers slam in nine goals against outclassed Devils. 195
Indoor Bowls: Price blows away the Troon Tornado. 185
Italian Job next. 101
January 16, 2003: The night Welsh rugby changed forever; Big clubs agree mergers plan in last-ditch bid to see off Moffett's provinces. 765
Labour gags AMs over Western Mail war question. 309
Landmark building. 171
Lowri Turner column: One looks rather butch Ma'am. 116
Lowri Turner column: Out of the mouths of babes... 209
Lowri Turner column: Since when is a mother with baby an okay target? 515
Lowri Turner column: Why Vogue`s been caught with its pants down. 403
Man to appear for officer's murder. 321
More and more students staying in Wales to study. 774
Motoring Wales: `Shooting brakes' shoot back up the vintage car popularity stakes. 734
Motoring Wales: Biggest ever road racing and Superbikes show. 194
Motoring Wales: BMW's free service package. 168
Motoring Wales: Devil is in the detail as Proton keeps costs down. 780
Motoring Wales: Motorbike sales warning. 158
Motoring Wales: MotoringWa es Bubble may have burst, dealers are warned. 260
Motoring Wales: New UK law may see retailers turn their backs on older cars. 411
Motoring Wales: People-carrier for executive types. 396
Motoring Wales: Reshuffle reduces price of Evo VIII. 365
Motoring Wales: Shark's futuristic helmets race ahead of competition. 335
No deal on Hawtin takeover. 407
Norwegian church to be uprooted. 621
One in four new doctors quitting sick NHS. 646
Pair take DIY escape route. 585
Pebble Mill and Grange Hill have made way for Kilroy and Neighbours. 180
Police believe body found in river is missing father. 372
Princess is Wales's first royal visitor of the year. 359
Professor's role in trade union first. 458
Property ladder. 220
Public will back war if UN does, says Blair. 434
Racing: Webber chaser can open account for season at Chepstow. 296
Reader's letter: Airport needs. 237
Reader's letter: Celebration of Welsh food. 149
Reader's letter: Federal way. 170
Reader's letter: Kirundi for us. 213
Reader's letter: Pensions first. 114
Reader's letter: Poll challenge. 129
Restructuring. 232
Rugby union: A high price to pay for an uncertain future. 834
Rugby union: Change of scenery has brought out the best in Watkins. 401
Rugby union: Glasgow v Llanelli. 179
Rugby union: Moffett: I always said I'd listen to options. 906
Rugby union: Owen dropped for return leg with Connacht. 215
Rugby union: WELSH RUGBY'S FUTURE - THE VERDICT; Time to put an end to the damaging limbo in the Welsh game. 1852
Should we still be scared of Eminem?; RHODRI OWEN examines the controversial star's journey from trailer trash to Hollywood hero. 1775
Spending boom `can't go on'. 282
Stars line up for Cable TV series. 332
Striking a healthy balance. 170
Teen tearaway gang banned. 412
That was 1983. 261
Thistle takes `cautious' approach. 308
Tidal power project wins wave of support. 331
Tory option for Section 28. 348
TV star denies child sex-abuse allegations. 604
Two deny murder by beating; `A joint assault'. 657
Wales in the lead on training front. 253
Wales tops Celtic shortlist. 286
Western Mail Comment: Crucial message for Blair. 505
Weston says troops being put at risk. 435
What your AMs say about Iraq (if they're allowed); As warships head towards the Gulf and as the day draws near when weapons inspectors will hand their report to the United Nations, The Western Mail decided to canvass the views of all 60 Members of the National Assembly on the most important political and moral issue of the day. We asked each one the straightforward question `Should Britain go to war with Iraq?'. 5754
Work control and friendship vital in old age. 288
Youth guilty of mugging Strange for Kylie bangle. 518
Zeta Jones has a date with Hello! - in the High Court. 231

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