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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (July 4, 2003)

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`Keep out' order. 113
Another repor t of food poisoning. 411
Assembly `failing to deliver democracy'. 253
BA still feeling fragile. 168
Banker linked to bid for retailer. 240
BBC probe `sexedup' dossier. 175
Bob Parry Surveyors. 114
Books and art inspired by Dylan. 335
Car park offlimits to vandals. 230
Carer emptied victim's account. 468
Cinema's future written in `American Graffiti'. 324
City bulletin. 269
Climate change could bring virus more deadly than Sars to Wales. 508
Compromise solution could take centuries. 175
Council suspends two. 118
Council to offer free home care to hundreds. 279
Cricket: Unbeaten Kallis inspires SA win. 235
Crunch talks called on hospital care across border. 419
Designer defends pounds 87,000 parliament desk. 558
Directory inquiry company expands. 227
Divert Scots' funding to needy Wales, say MPs. 491
Doctors back lifesaving designer babies; Conference rejects plea that killing undesirable embryos and picking suitable ones is `eugenics with a vengeance'. 825
Doctors urge ban on cluster bombs. 240
Elwa staf f threaten action over cuts. 392
ExAWG chief's payoff. 118
Expert says killer is local. 136
Families to fight on after judges reject DVT bid. 541
Football: `I would have got more money at Barry Town!' If Hammam really wants to keep me then he should pay up, says Legg. 727
Football: Man Utd move into Wales. 262
Football: Swans swoop for Legg. 328
Football: THE HUGHES YEARS: `Yes, I do want to be a club boss... but not just yet' A WESTERN MAIL THREE PART SPECIAL SERIES It is part three of our Mark Hughes, The Wales Years special. Here Paul Abbandonato reports on how Sparky sees his future as a manager. 823
Football: The Western Mail Comment: ANDY LEGG. 280
Football: Thomas vows to stand by Blues as crisis bites; Millionaire benefactor declares `I'm going nowhere' after Brown and Samuel depart regional scene. 552
Football: Wales are urged to sue FIFA. 210
Freemasons row warning to Assembly. 278
Galloway foresees Iraq triggering Blair's exit. 186
Golf: Durnian out to cash in again; S Harlech. 241
Guard of honour for Sir Denis's coffin. 308
Happy - or just less stressed? 531
Hawtin sells pool business. 149
Hoteliers warn on effect of city losing FA Cup finals; `Conference centre needed to fill gap'. 444
Hunt for girl moves to Wales; New lead after three years. 519
I'm BORED!; The definitive guide to entertaining your children this summer. 1652
Instant job satisfaction. 218
Irritating colleagues are driving us to resignation. 509
Is the single about to pop off? 612
James Bond stuntman died in fall on fogshrouded Snowdon; There is no such thing as a safe mountain, coroner warns after hearing of rescue bid. 637
Jobs `safe' as Kingfisher becomes part of the Speedy Hire empire. 129
Judge calls for a truce as Lady Archer wins her case. 599
Letter: Astonishing decline. 192
Letter: Breath of fresh air. 159
Letter: Get the priorities right. 191
Letter: Hollywood connection. 170
Letter: Luxury for AMs. 246
Letter: Underground link could help whole area. 213
Lottery change on the cards; Camelot monopoly expected to end. 474
Lowri Turner's column: Drew Barrymore. 139
Lowri Turner's column: Kraft. 142
Lowri Turner's column: Very scary Mary. 717
MOTORMAIL SPORT: Ingear celebrate first anniversary after finding a gap in the motor spor t coverage. 474
MOTORMAIL SPORT: Irish ace Barrable takes the honours. 141
MOTORMAIL SPORT: It's happy family battle; Sophie takes on her father in trial of endurance. 390
MOTORMAIL SPORT: This top event will be tough challenge. 407
MOTORMAIL: Aprilia's wolf in sheep's clothing; Don't be fooled by Falco's `old man' image. 495
MOTORMAIL: Britain not top of price table; France leads the way with most expensive petrol, UK in seventh spot in Europe. 290
MOTORMAIL: Claims league. 176
MOTORMAIL: Classic fun for enthusiasts; Offer for every reader as the thrill of open road beckons. 604
MOTORMAIL: Crash course before writeof f. 295
MOTORMAIL: Kappa go all soft - but get the job done. 328
MOTORMAIL: Makers` offers taking pounding. 231
MOTORMAIL: Maserati take wraps of f their new model. 134
MOTORMAIL: Myths and legends connected to the driving test. 309
MOTORMAIL: Newcomers IN THE SHOWROOM: It's real panache on wheels; Mazda RX8 poised to become a motoring icon. 624
MOTORMAIL: OFT to probe new cars service. 192
MOTORMAIL: Pack your atlas before your trip. 182
MOTORMAIL: ROAD TEST: When FQ stands for `flipping quick'!; pounds 2,000 extra makes Evo VIII the ultimate weekend toy. 548
MOTORMAIL: Roadworks and possible delays. 278
MOTORMAIL: Tax breaks switch call; Environmentally friendly fuel should be boosted. 270
Move to free father from Portuguese jail. 260
My top 10 No 1 singles. 652
Neighbourhood data goes on net. 351
New base in Cardif f for Law Society. 221
New quango role for Martin; Elwa chief back with half the job and nearly all the money. 455
Paige to sing at Faenol Festival. 343
Patient threw party before clinic suicide. 414
Picturesque seafront may have to be given back to the sea; Report warns of cost of fighting nature. 848
Police saw Baldwin buy `Jenna text' phone. 317
pounds 15m US reward for Saddam. 182
Racing: Fremen poised for this success at Warwick. 201
Rugby Union: Cuddy upset by sad day for rugby. 441
Rugby Union: Leighton's gone, but he's promised to still back us; Chief executive Thomas is sure millionaire backer will honour his financial commitment to the new region for the next two years. 380
Rugby Union: Ring on shortlist for top job at Leinster. 132
Rugby Union: Russell has fears for future of game. 420
Ryanair shares tumble as empty seats increase. 238
Schools fed healthy meals to encourage an improved diet. 351
Sex assault youth gets nine months. 197
Shopkeeper alleged to have kept woman as sex slave. 304
Smokeban doctors press Hain; Wales Secretary challenged to follow England's proposal. 706
Study into secret life of basking sharks launched. 397
Tear ful protest over royal visit. 357
Tennis: WIMBLEDON 2003: Powderpuff Tim lacks power to grab glory; Tame exit again for British No 1 as the ultimate prize looks beyond him. 657
Tennis: WIMBLEDON 2003: Scud homes in on title target. 257
Tennis: WIMBLEDON 2003: Venus battles back for date with Serena. 306
The pensioner: Struggling with two fingers to tame my snarling computer. 501
They said what?: Quotes of the day. 152
Top players for polo match. 104
University senate puts shakeup on hold while talks go on. 228
Village loses fight for surgery. 360
Western Mail comment: Charities will go on paying for failings in the Lottery. 358
Why did this beautiful little Welsh girl die?; Inquest recounts moments before Aynsley found in pool. 741
Wind farm rumours rejected. 158

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