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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (July 10, 2003)

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`Fab not fad' message in potato campaign. 209
`Fear of crime is greatly inflated'. 431
AMs warn of Objective One failure. 346
Another leading light out as arty Five man goes 4th. 339
Architect's vision lays siege to castle. 379
BFG hails Iceland's progress; Refurbishment and keen pricing policy paying off. 420
Blueprint for an NHS future in which burden is removed from hospitals. 944
Border town's ratrun lorries should pay toll, say greens. 656
Building faces demolition. 120
Call to use child alert across UK. 318
Callcentre Cupid fired her arrows via pounds 2m technology. 377
Charlotte in duet bid to lift career. 274
Checking out trollies in the dark. 120
Chef Jamie puts family first. 260
Clothes will be so very Vinnie. 324
Condition critical; NHS Wales fails its medical. 881
Council has opium poppies destroyed. 179
County hits crime targets. 120
Course helps Welsh film directors make it in Cannes. 317
Cricket: Captain courageous Croft roars to rescue; Another century for skipper as Wharf aids record stand. 1068
Cricket: No ton for Naz but Essex in better shape after poor start. 323
Cycling: It's a red letter day for US Postal team. 618
Dilys has her head in the clouds. 310
Drugdrivers face roadside testing by end of year. 370
Economy on the up, seminar to hear. 442
Education comment: Speaking a different language. 243
Education: Actress honoured with fellowship. 211
Education: Adults lacking 3R skills to get free tuition in government drive. 500
Education: Better pay urged for class helpers. 440
Education: Bilingual vision `needs more cash'. 654
Education: College move angers lecturers; Academics vow to block teachertraining transfer. 583
Education: From chaos to a class act; A troubled school has been transformed in four years. 858
Education: Gibbons's book has The Edge as youngsters make their choice. 279
Education: How to stay in front of the class; Keep it simple, stupid - and other tips. 782
Education: I love what I do and want to do it better; Classroom assistants are going to play an increasingly important role in school life. So, please no more ``Mum's Army'' labels, writes assistant Jan Lloyd. 647
Education: Israeli `problem' for professor. 262
Education: Local food encouraged. 165
Education: Minister rejects funding shakeup calls. 156
Education: Murder mysteries to help entice young to university. 326
Education: Physicist wins top maths prize. 157
Education: Reinvesting in skills of older staf f; education view. 509
Education: Signing pledge to increase basic skills. 278
Education: Stella speaks of `massive honour'. 441
Education: Success rests on partnerships; education view. 480
Enough is enough in Wales ... but sufficient does it in England. 627
EU slips bitter pill to firm. 285
Eurocrats suspended in inquiry into EC `fraud'. 169
Fairies step aside as scientists use milk teeth in asthma study. 399
Father wakes up after 19year coma. 277
fletch files: Just to remind you, Lord Falconer, we're over here... 546
Football: Allegations fly as Kewell moves to Anfield. 301
Football: Bombshell by Blatter on leagues. 260
Football: City are Cort out again in bid for pounds 7m hitman. 292
Football: Coleman: I won't be getting the preseason Blues; He may not have millions at his disposal like neighbours Chelsea, but Fulham boss is upbeat. 1110
Football: Morrell: Dragons can taste success without Lee and me. 463
Football: Nico backed after shock Welsh axe. 296
Football: Ranieri is ready to help put Chelsea at top. 314
Football: Send them & back 'em? More like sack them... 301
Football: Tommo aims for successful partnership. 534
Football: Warning for Wayne. 133
Giving up smoking is such a drag - especially for women. 562
Golf: Highgate leads the charge for Wales. 337
Golf: Welsh boys out of title reckoning. 144
Golf: Woosie facing late scrap for Open spot; Last two chances for Welsh ace to preserve proud record at St George's. 660
Help in fight against Aids. 126
Housing market begins to slow. 305
Huge cleanup after cheese catches fire. 220
Inman's `I'm free' greatest comedy catchphrase. 381
Interview: Sense of Belonging - Charles Dale; He's a Welsh actor but is best known for being a Hell's Angel in Manchester, and his `bad boy' looks are a world apart from the deeply thoughtful actor beneath. Madeleine Brindley gets to grips with Charles Dale and how he wants a permanent return to the land of his fathers. 1601
Iraq dossier suspect `did not work for the MoD'. 802
Kiwi PM magnanimous to victims of All Black WMDs. 780
Laurie and Conley TV shows dumped. 197
Leading article: Road map for the NHS leads to no hiding place. 369
Letter: Ban on hunting with dogs will increase suffering. 342
Letter: Digital gap. 101
Letter: Don't mess with tradition. 212
Letter: Improve airport links. 192
Letter: Please tell us, Mr Hain. 217
LLANGOLLEN INTERNATIONAL EISTEDDFOD: Always expect the unexpected; Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod offers something different every time. 745
LLANGOLLEN INTERNATIONAL EISTEDDFOD: Liverpool in bid for Eisteddfod. 346
LLANGOLLEN INTERNATIONAL EISTEDDFOD: Stilgoe calls for festival to include disabled per formers. 428
Man held after shooting in Turkey which left baby dead. 269
Meltdown for amnesty guns. 125
Mother and daughter on burglary charge face trial over alibi. 398
Nagency unveils pounds 1bn losses. 328
On the write track for Dylan Thomas. 489
OPINION: Breeding ground for terrorism; Are Western governments doing enough to eradicate Third World debt or are their priorities in the wrong place? Mario Basini reports. 670
OPINION: George Best is right, `nontouristy' Corfu has class. 680
Personal Finance: A child's happiness before career hopes; As a new report reveals most mothers would prefer to stay at home with their children, Jane Hall looks at how to plan for when two wages become one. 1201
Personal Finance: Check out your pension; YOUR MONEY. 560
Personal Finance: Seek advice on setup costs for home business; INVESTMENT & TAX. 368
Plea to save Betws from axe. 337
Police delay keeps dad in jail. 279
pounds 650k inquiry into racist jail killing fails to satisfy family. 262
pounds 7bn to widen English Mways. 340
pounds 7m plan to revive town centre. 203
Prime Minister warns Labour MPs not to `selfdestruct'. 504
Rail chiefs face charges over fatal Hatfield crash. 469
Rally at second vote on hunt Bill. 249
Retail site for artists. 127
Review: Soulful songster back on home turf. 334
Rugby club pair charged with doping offences by WRU. 212
Rugby Union: Cobner's vision earns plaudits. 488
Rugby Union: Davey quizzical over World Cup ruling. 285
Rugby Union: Griffiths and Coombes spark hardearned win; Tygerburg 19 Crawshay's Welsh Youth 29. 188
Rugby Union: Hansen on...Hansen on...Hansen on...Hansen on... 602
Rugby Union: Hansen: I've nothing to hide; Coach accepts WRU probe into results but admits, `We should have won more'. 746
Rugby Union: THE FORGOTTEN MEN - Lion ready to roar as a Tiger; Simon Thomas continues his look at the fallen idols of Welsh rugby with former Lions prop Darren Morris. Tomorrow, Peter Rogers. 732
Rugby Union: We're not Tough Enough; Hansen says new generation have had it easy and lack hard edge of opponents. 814
Satellite viewers losing three free TV channels. 778
Sex and drug chain closer with store in Aberystwyth. 655
Slim king is lighter and richer. 139
Specific ban urged on cottaging. 317
Sports stars' forays into fashion. 161
STARTLING SALARIES!; Graduates expect too much, says survey. 366
Switch on to careers behind the scenes; SO YOU WANT WORK IN TELEVISION? 326
The eyes have it for pupils paying for school meals; Identity scanner means less embarrassment over free meals. 741
They said what? Quotes of the day. 173
Thus `comfortable' with expectations. 190
Toplevel talks on `clean' power station. 242
Trade gap grows to pounds 4.1bn. 193
UK's immigration policy `is aggravating Aids problem'. 485
Volunteers' Eurocash `nightmare'. 334
Wales defies tough times to top UK share of inward investment; Rise in jobs created by foreign firms credited to teamwork with Assembly. 525
Want a wedding with a difference? Try a church; Clergy fight back as civil ceremonies grow. 1112
Warning on employees downloading music files. 319
Warning over cold callers. 126
Warning over greenfield. 107
Welsh lead the rush for `Bored of the Beckhams' Tshirts. 358
White Paper focus on adult literacy. 228
Why objects befuddle autistics. 318
Workers vote on action. 124
Workers will have to talk before going to law. 162
Workforce set to double at CSG. 355
Yougsters' holiday on the booze. 108

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