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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (June 13, 2003)

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Title Author Type Words
`Monkey viruses created Aids'. 284
`Unfit meat sold for food'. 163
1 in 7 farms go under Labour; Warning that more farmers could quit troubled industry. 837
1,500 workers to lose jobs. 199
20% rise for retiring chief of Vodafone. 316
A boost for Wales as Paramount bowls 'em over in the Big Apple; Welsh company wins major contract in Manhattan. 462
CABINET RESHUFFLE: `New beginning' for justice. 209
CABINET RESHUFFLE: Blair seeks cure in safe pair of hands. 169
CABINET RESHUFFLE: Irvine lowers profile. 156
CABINET RESHUFFLE: Loss of Wales Office sparks anger though not surprise; Rival politicians unite in condemnation of decision following Labour's denials. 1094
CABINET RESHUFFLE: Milburn quits because `my children need their dad'. 251
CABINET RESHUFFLE: Reshuf fle sees old faces retiring. 271
Cattle damage park. 112
Charges ruled out on boy's bus death. 249
Charlotte lookalike is in big demand. 297
Computer support. 115
County pulls rank on taxi driver for being one for the birds. 743
Cricket: Watch out Harmison and Anderson, Simon wants his place back; Jones bowling again... and pledging to be even faster than before. 915
Death plunge was suicide. 203
Electronics industry leaders remain optimistic. 268
Evangelicals protest over Anglican congress invitation to Archbishop. 304
Fine ale on the menu for gourmets. 375
Firecrews finally settle for 16% and new rules. 302
Football club rejects girl. 150
Football: Eriksson: We have to be patient with young star Rooney. 398
Football: Give us Scotland, but not Spain please. 433
Football: Official resigns over FAW rumpus. 433
Football: Real hint at Becks interest. 333
Football: Serbians plunged into chaos as coach and top stars quit Friday, 13 June 2003. 524
Football: Swans going Dutch after documentary sparks huge interest. 359
Football: Wales tickets all gone - unless you're on FAW database. 656
Golf: Monty puts end to his misery. 784
Gran died after holiday snap fall. 310
Grieving dad to sue over safety at marina where 14 have died. 881
Harry leaves Eton looking for ward to militar y career. 435
Head of scandal-hit Elwa won't seek second term; Tories say Enid Rowlands should go immediately. 421
Helping business to score in the World Cup. 193
Israel vows to fight Hamas to the finish. 340
It's just easier to text; Young people prefer not to talk on their mobiles. 738
Jarvis profits up 37% in year of rail disaster. 295
Jenna's love `for stepfather'. 209
Leading article: Death of London link provides opportunity. 360
Learning curve drives Maureen Rees on. 315
Letter: Benn misleading on Iraq. 164
Letter: City's culture input. 114
Letter: Funky Dragon's role. 189
Letter: Serious about Welsh. 350
Letter: Wrong on wind power. 239
Lowri Turner: Beckham's got it right. 102
Lowri Turner: Bringing the Windsors down a peg or two; talking Welsh sense in a mad, mad world. 732
Lowri Turner: Call me Hyacinth. 271
Lowri Turner: Keep eating the doughnuts Rene - you're not trying hard enough. 113
Magazine printer Pensord bought out by its own management team. 261
Memorial plan to honour poet after 600 years. 460
Mods and Rockers - a coastal fringe; Do you remember? Friday nostalgia. 367
Morgan attacked over spin doctors; 9. 276
Mother recalls day Jenna vanished; There was a huge mess of clothes in the house. 757
Motoring: All roads lead north for the tour of Scotland. 416
Motoring: Approved repairer status deadline looming. 206
Motoring: Awesome Audi takes top slot on home ground. 542
Motoring: Big rewards beckon for the safer drivers. 319
Motoring: Champ `will write his own leaving card' He may not see out new contract, warns ex-boss. 445
Motoring: Cherokees out to capture hearts. 368
Motoring: Dragon swallows Bryan Bros; New main dealer for Iveco Trucks for South East Wales. 215
Motoring: Drivers set to pay cost of row. 420
Motoring: Five-star options as BMW take on E-Class; Price range announced. 490
Motoring: Fun for all at Pembrey. 189
Motoring: Honda shifts on fuel-saving hybrids. 388
Motoring: If you knew Suzi ...; Don't be afraid, there's a power trip available on these three bikes. 552
Motoring: Long estate wait is over. 308
Motoring: Queue for new M3. 190
Motoring: Range broadens with gain of Subaru. 157
Motoring: Soaring popularity reveals safety of bikers. 360
Motoring: Women pounds in on insurance. 242
Motoring: Young biggest car crime target. 162
NHS complaints service. 110
No inquest into ex-AM's parlour death. 286
Phil Williams: BRILLIANT MIND. 1540
Questions as we grieve for a committed politician; What is it that drives a man to take such risks with his reputation? 804
Rail bid boosted by profits success. 319
Rats, pigs and dogs top crash statistics. 245
Revaluation of terraces may mean higher taxes. 426
Review: Listen to the rhythm of the landscape. 368
Rugby Union: Connolly wanted to bring over an Australian flanker. I told him we already had a better teenager at Swansea; -- Paul Moriarty on the rise and rise of Wales newcomer Jonathan Thomas. 819
Rugby Union: Farr-Jones: Rugby needs Wales to become a force again. 336
Rugby Union: Hansen: Big Jon ready to make his mark against the Wallabies. 651
Rugby Union: High noon for Cooper as he faces top gun Gregan. 489
Rugby Union: Johnson's warning on big prize. 223
Rugby Union: Samuel shoots down Ravens. 303
Rugby Union: Young stars take on world; Davey's hopes of top-three breakthrough hit by losing five key players. 946
SOLD OUT; Fury as Blair exiles Wales. 879
Speedway: Aussie ace raring to go for Grand Prix defence. 470
Sport success is a state of mind. 835
Sweet memory for manager of Wales's new Ikea store. 1039
Taxi driver on rape charge out on bail. 109
Tennis: Henman squeezes through. 366
Tesco pledges to expand in Wales; Supermarket giant to open three new stores this year. 514
The dangerous chemicals in household goods. 190
The pensioner: The prophets of doom and their one-track minds. 490
They said what? Quotes of the day. 174
Transformation of city a step closer. 422
Trip to see Belgian Grand Prix ended in tragedy. 488

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