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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (June 23, 2003)

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`Green' home course offer. 128
`Power naps' credited with increasing mental alertness, say dozy Harvard psychologists. 258
`Tax homeowners to reduce volatility in house prices'. 360
`Tensions in euro-zone' affecting interest rates. 323
Archbishop makes nostalgic journey to his Welsh roots. 348
Arts: Ready for a new summer of Love; Welsh gig will be a first for rock legend Arthur Lee. 809
Arts: Russian mezzo Elena's towering presence captures the judges' hearts. 334
Athletics: Lawrence happy to be back in action. 424
Athletics: Nervous Nasrat grabs the glory. 521
Athletics: Welsh round it off with style; And Malcolm storms back, but battling Britons surrender their European crown. 510
Atomic Kitten join campaign. 168
Beckham leaves his weeping fans. 188
Boxing: A Lewis butt did this to me, says Klitschko; Champ Lennox proves a cut above in LA, but bloodied Ukrainian demands a rematch. 1068
Boxing: Champion ready for rematch, then he could hang up gloves. 644
Boxing: Ring of truth says it's time to quit, but ring of tills resounds. 581
Celsa plans more steel than ASW, says Morgan. 309
Confidence rising on jobs front; Employers' forecasts lift Wales from near bottom of the UK league. 471
Cricket: Ammanford storm to the top of the table after their six-wicket success; SOUTH WALES CRICKET ASSOCIATION. 283
Cricket: Dragons are slain by Knight; Former England star denies Welsh county chance of going to the top of the table. 422
Cricket: Scour field leads way; PEMBROKE COUNTY CRICKET LEAGUE. 255
Cricket: Thrilling outcome; SOUTH WALES CRICKET LEAGUE. 272
Cricket: Title battle hots up; WELSH CLUB CRICKET CONFERENCE. 255
Cricket: Trescothick rises to challenge with century. 551
Euro is still a mystery to some holidaymakers. 130
Families facing mortgage meltdown. 613
Fans in boycott threat. 780
Farming: Bird populations falling fast and CAP deal may accelerate problem. 282
Farming: End of warble fly scourge. 377
Farming: EU suffering qualms in search for fair deal on CAP reforms; Defra steers diplomatic path in negotiations. 594
Farming: Grass is greener for dairy operation after testing times; Quality land offers fantastic forage for milk production. 1031
Farming: market REPORT. 166
Farming: McDonald's acts over concern of antibiotics in animals. 184
Farming: Nothing but the best but you sure pay for it; Strawberry producers look on in envy at tennis treat. 806
Farming: Potato council chief stays on. 122
Farming: Rural stress conference. 116
Farming: Scheme exceeds targets. 292
Farming: Study warns of different methods of GM spread. 386
Farming: Three champions and their dogs. 298
Farming: Union view - Crops offer fuel for planners. 523
Farming: Widespread breach of livestock rules. 217
Father and child die in house fire. 355
Football: Bangor face uphill Intertoto battle. 286
Football: Best: Fergie a fool to let Becks go. 391
Football: BORA DA!; It is for our next opponents anyway, as the `John Toshack of Serbia' takes over as boss of the national team Sometimes, when you take up a job, money is not the main motive. I certainly haven't taken up coaching my country's team as an opportunity to make big money. I am doing it mostly for moral and honourable reasons. 565
Football: My Shear delight; Bellamy opens up on how being voted Newcastle's most valuable player has enabled him to dismiss the boo-merchants. 768
Gareth Edwards: We got backlash from England win. 736
Gatecrasher in `bin Laden' guise; Comedy Terrorist has pulled this stunt before - often. 514
Gatecrasher out on bail after security breach at royal party. 471
Gene clue to ovarian cancer. 230
Golf: Another title for Gould. 120
Golf: Record for Morgan. 134
Golf: Skelton takes the prize. 124
Hain's high tax move dangerous for Labour but still has suppor t. 581
House-seizure plan dropped. 268
Is this the most embarrassing blunder in list of security lapses? 739
Letter: A cautionary tale as EU centre of gravity moves. 156
letter: Delilah must stay - it's the only song the fans actually know. 642
Letter: Don't blame us, Dai; NEIL THOMPSON Cwmtorlais Road, Newbridge. 170
Letter: Missing name. 194
Letter: More nails in the coffin. 274
Letter: Thin end of the wedge. 247
Literacy `fiddle' denied. 286
LOOKING WEST - Bazley touch for latest members' club being opened in Cardif f g. 552
Meacher warns against `rushing' into GM foods. 487
No place impregnable, says security exper t. 257
Nosy neighbours admit spying on next door. 157
Pesda Roc saved by the heavy hitters. 354
Plaid looks back at its roots as it gears up for next poll. 424
Poppy fields of Britain grow back. 136
Prescriptions delay hitting chronic sick, say Lib-Dems. 671
Racing: The wizard of Oz. 429
Rugby Union: Davey's men can take hear t after suffering cruel World Cup fate; South Africa U21 50 Wales U21 21. 1065
Rugby Union: HANSEN: DON'T PUT BLAME ON PLAYERS; Coach points finger at those running the game in Wales after yet another Black day. 1353
Rugby Union: HOW HANSEN'S MEN RATED. 454
Rugby Union: HOW THE ALL BLACKS RATED. 411
Rugby Union: It's so easy to get a contract in Wales that our players are in a comfort zone...; Says Welsh skipper Martyn Williams. 883
Rugby Union: Lomu sets his sights on August return. 365
Rugby Union: Moffett: This Hamilton horror proves that my desire to change is right... 428
Rugby Union: So we ask... Should Hansen go?; A run of nine defeats in a row under Steve Only Romania, Italy, Fiji and Canada beaten A record 55-3 mauling by New Zealand. 1018
Rugby Union: So, are we REALLY that bad?; Rugby correspondent Simon Thomas speaks to three top Welsh coaches to ask if the NZ hammering is a true reflection of our game. 1216
Rugby Union: Taking pity on endangered species. 702
Rugby Union: Woodward: I am still learning as the World Cup approaches; Australia (3) 14England (12) 25. 843
Schoolgirls are just wild about Harry; Curious case of missing pages. 1115
Staff dread asking the boss for a pay rise. 165
Stalemate over Concorde. 103
Subdued housing market notches up 1.3% price rise. 383
Supermarkets re-order bestseller as Harry Potter fans clear shelves. 370
Swansea MP Anderson springs surprise farewell. 361
Tennis fever triggers a rush for courts. 958
Tennis: Wimbledon 2003 - Greg reels in Fish to land lucky 13th title. 453
Tennis: Wimbledon 2003 - New balls please - here we go; True Brit hopes lie with Henman and Rusedski as they try and bring some mid-summer cheer to the long-suffering tennis fans. 665
Tennis: Wimbledon 2003 - Serena's new found control bitter pill for her opponents. 631
Tennis: Wimbledon 2003 - Today's order of play. 394
Thank God for the rain, says family who missed garden carnage by five minutes. 345
That's typical: My thoughts turn to wildlife as I'm left waiting on the train; That's typical. 555
The Western mail Comment: Honest talk on Plaid's be crucial vision could. 366
The Western Mail farming comment: Fischler and fishier. 339
They said what? Quotes of the day. 163
Third of workers `ready to move'. 129
Top council officer is acquitted of any misconduct as waste plant cleans up its act. 159
Wales may lose Clive treasures. 853
Wales scanner hopes; Assembly considers investing in equipment for cancer diagnosis and for research. 708
walk on the WILDE side; From pop star to horticulture, Hannah Jones finds out that Kim Wilde has the answers at her green fingertips. 1691
Welsh deserve a heritage centre; Cardiff University lecturer Geoff Mungham puts forward his plans to make the heritage industry work for Wales. 789
World sees hamlet's electrifying boost. 437
World wizard record bid fails. 220

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