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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (January 28, 2003)

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`No progress' means firefighters strike again today. 590
`Pragmatic' CBI backs Assembly. 549
A winter's tale of fly dressing. 798
ACW's annual report highlights quango's change of approach. 418
American lure for farmers. 792
Andrew takes the chair. 150
Big plans for Transport Depot. 322
Blair under fire over asylum. 203
Bold and intelligent Darcy takes pride of place as Premiere Champion in Welsh part-bred contest. 419
Bright ideas from here, there and everywhere. 1096
Burglar jailed for raids netting pounds 354,000. 555
Celebrity chef stands down from Welsh culinary team. 587
Cheaper and greener alternative; Trouble-free and economical transport is essential to any smallholder. Liz Shankland explains how the high cost of motoring has set her thinking of the alternatives available. 658
Clothing firm takes 190 jobs abroad. 233
Community loyalties. 149
Companies could be missing opportunities. 153
Country & Farming Comment: Quality matters, but so do prices. 278
Country Watch: Cash prize for farmer with best fertiliser practice. 134
Country Watch: Register now for the new Malting Barley e-Club. 116
Country Watch: See your love grow true and strong this Valentine's Day. 105
Country Watch: Terrier championship moves to new home at Chatsworth. 127
Cricket: Concern in Aussie camp. 173
Cricket: Glamorgan off-spinner McConnon dies, aged 80. 485
Cricket: Lamb roasts ministers over lack of support. 636
Disabled riding group seeks help. 478
Election day ban on Palestinians. 184
Ellen sets off on new record attempt with 13-man crew. 464
Exhibition tells story of changing face of rural life. 482
Farm soap: Emmerdale, HTV weekdays, 7pm. 231
Farm soap: The Archers, Radio 4. 189
Farmers face huge cuts in EU support. 229
Farmers fear double-tagging system means more red tape. 335
Farmers flock to join bull beef scheme. 376
Farmers warned of disease threat from feeding baled silage. 540
Farming Watch: EMP milk pool contract to increase. 252
Farming Watch: Sowing winter wheat in the spring. 209
Fast track back to work urged for sick. 414
Fear intensifies as Israel votes; Israelis are due to go to the polls today to elect a government. But it has been a messy campaign, and an indecisive one. Western Mail reporter DAVID WILLIAMSON travelled to Gaza to find out how it will affect life there. 1835
Fearsome litigator to retire from Cardiff firm. 289
Filtronic remains upbeat despite tough market conditions. 370
Final market report. 247
Food report. 178
Football: Cruel luck for Kirkland but Jerzy 'll jump to it. 599
Football: Cudicini makes lucky escape from missile. 280
Football: Fergie was right to take me out of the firing line, Giggs. 459
Football: Johnson: Jason has the world at his feet. 287
Football: Koumas: My best is yet to come; Mario Risoli speaks to Welshman Jason Koumas, one of the Premiership's hottest properties at present, about his ambition to make a mark for both club and country. 1008
Football: Lido's Euro hopes. 130
Football: Nicholas: Being dumped by Swansea still hurts. 576
Football: Roberts short-listed. 112
Football: Youth boss Kerr unveiled as new Republic of Ireland manager. 418
Four people die in road accidents. 103
Fury at `shambles' of late farm payments. 668
G'day, says arts centre guru. 274
Gas-blast firm challenges fine. 231
Golf: Davies one of eight newcomers to earn place in Walker Cup squad. 380
Golf: Harlech to host Wales Seniors Open for third time. 213
Golf: Squad check. 121
Gulf uncertainty blamed for yet another FTSE fall. 560
Haulier takes bride in his work. 387
Hospital may shut again as doctor shortage bites. 556
How the NHS tackles domestic violence; AS REPORTED incidents of domestic violence increase across Wales, Health Correspondent MADELEINE BRINDLEY reports on how the NHS is now playing its part in ending the cycle of abuse. 686
Husband and wife battering at record high; Sharp rise in complaints about brutal partners in Wales. 555
ICE HOCKEY: McSorley warning. 135
James Bond 007 - from Haverfordwest with love. 883
John Owen inquiry moves to city hotel. 338
Judge frees thieving bank manager. 191
Karaoke Dai on the anti-war path. 129
Keeping out of the high street has been wise move for Honeycombe. 354
Letter: Best singer. 203
Letter: Case for more power. 283
Letter: Euromyth. 205
Letter: Failing the test. 139
Letter: Pro-European. 101
Limousin judge. 159
Making `haylage' for good winter feed. 294
Man assaulted his parents. 262
Many rethink their winter fodder strategy. 337
Merger-talk leaves Sardis Road faithful feeling the pain. 741
Merthyr magnifies the national shame of brutality in the family. 275
MLC View - Gwyn Howells Best of Welsh first thing every day. 387
Musicians making a song and dance about new Bill. 354
New breeders buy into established bloodlines at Simbo herd sale. 527
New chief to put WMC on global stage. 1208
New fuel for cars on menu at supermarket. 176
New plan to fight scrapie. 109
Now Tesco piles into the telecoms trade. 196
Organic milk and Big Macs on the menu at McDonald's. 242
Paintings stay in the family. 224
Payments call. 116
Peer calls for Barnett rethink. 206
Pirated Lord of the Rings DVDs flooding the UK black market. 306
PM launches RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch. 458
Racecourse MD gets on board. 161
Racing: Chevalier Bayard can double up over his favoured course. 433
Racing: Gingembre pulled away from Gold Cup tilt. 105
Recession still bites deep into incomes. 644
Rector resigns after admitting having affair. 303
Resign call to German over report on GM crops. 366
Rhaid bod yn barod i gydweithredu. 360
Rugby Union: Legal action could block shake-up. 111
Rugby Union: Support for three-way split. 662
Scrap `intolerable' council taxes. 599
Shooting claim `threat to 999 services'. 544
Sixth check for livestock. 123
Smith is short-listed. 129
SNOOKER: Hendry up to second. 148
Solid growth in advertising revenues leaves Scottish Radio Holdings confident. 332
Speed drinking - gimmick or encouraging excess? 672
Student sentenced for arson prank. 531
Style: Stylish Cushions; Take a look at these very stylish cushions. Which one reflects your colour scheme or your taste? Or indeed which of these will even inspire you to transform a boring room? 747
Subsidies to be linked to welfare? 284
Supporting role is Bafta blow for Catherine. 469
Surgeon accused of penis botch. 217
Teenager shot his girlfriend. 805
The Minister's column: Moving on from foot-and-mouth; Minister for Rural Affairs and Wales Abroad. 604
Trade conference. 123
Travel chaos as two Tube lines stay closed. 220
Trustee vows mosque ban on extremist. 230
Tudor repeat. 168
TV `Stars' ready for a live performance. 405
TV import Boomtown is one to stay in for. 706
UK's stand on Iraq `justified'. 480
US claims Iraq is in `clear violation' of UN resolutions. 431
US worries. 207
Use of peat substitute could mushroom. 439
Victoria announces bumper sales. 192
Warning over planning clashes. 307
Welsh breakfast fit for House of Lords. 531
Welsh firms sign joint venture to produce laser cure for acne. 308
Welsh wind farm marks a major milestone. 371
What's on. 1021
When business speaks AMs should listen. 465
Wyn slams `impracticable' sheep-tagging proposals. 157
Wynnstay profits increase. 213
Young farmer munches his way to sausage title. 440

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