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

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`I might not have bought this single, if I was not in it'. 1030
`Smar t' pill to treat cancer. 353
A menace to society? A car for poseurs? Or an urban necessity? 899
a question of TASTE: What the critics say . .. 613
a question of TASTE; The national newspaper of Wales. 1083
Accountants strengthen. 250
Asylum seeker's painful protest. 240
Bath warning on top prospect Delve. 352
Big Brother Blair calls Hain to the diary room. 704
Big Brother proves a big turn-off as TV ratings plunge. 346
Branagh weds in secret. 152
Britannic confirms talks over sale of mortgage lending subsidiary. 315
Britons `to halve their investment plans this year'. 321
Building higher value jobs and ensuring wealth sticks to Wales. 547
Cacophony of voices not making EU issue easier. 339
Canadian herd gets BSE all-clear; Wednesday, 28 May 2003. 270
Cardiff City fan charged over false fire alarm before match. 454
Cardiff lecturer's contract dispute. 368
Children's poet goes from bard to verse. 300
Clwyd's mission to find graves. 439
Concern over use of antibiotics to make chickens grow faster. 326
Deeside medical group appoints new director. 267
Demand for rented property is increasing. 292
Don't build a stadium - use ours, Moffett tells Bluebirds. 555
Double roads deal coup. 329
DVLA bid to put itself at forefront of business and people development; New centre will be one of first in Wales. 478
Engineering excellence. 184
Estate agent wants change. 230
Esti `oblivious' to upset caused by her disappearance. 491
Euro cash suppor t for learning project. 491
EuroFactor sets up operation in Wales to meet growing demand; Focus on companies with turnovers between pounds 100,000 and pounds 5m. 464
Farmer's switch to baking pays of f. 319
Football: Ancelotti mission. 185
Football: Ferdinand fitness worry for England. 488
Football: Fergie is backing Juve bid. 303
Football: Italian Renaissance; Mario Risoli argues that the first all-Italian Champions League final shows where the power base of European club football really lies. 1036
Football: Mullen new Bay boss. 153
Football: No regrets after Wales lose their way in San Jose; USA 2 Wales 0. 886
Football: Promising Vaughan debut caps memorable year. 491
Football: Sparky: We're still on course; The Western Mail US heartbreak will not hit our Euro campaign. 554
Football: Vogts' men draw little comfort; Scotland 1 New Zealand 1. 268
Football: Wenger Arsenal pledge. 321
Giorgio tops the bill at Abergavenny festival. 231
Give key body a free hand. 305
Greedy garages charging pounds 115 an hour for repairs. 526
Gull power is taking over the streets. 947
Gus sells home shopping business for pounds 590m. 255
Heather's Russian landmines progress. 251
Hirst charity statue recalls collection boxes. 148
Hotel group's sales grow. 337
Housing market still buoyant in Wales. 460
Iraq-bound Welsh Territorials wave goodbye to loved ones. 363
Jacko `on the brink of bankruptcy'. 304
Last ever episodes of The Office confirmed. 187
Lawyer now a partner. 168
Let there be light - village to come out of dark ages; Community set to use fridges and computers for the first time after electricity hook-up. 799
Letter: Areas need the brightest. 174
Letter: English radio neglected. 124
Letter: Helen's no conspirator. 222
Letter: Only 90% more space. 118
Letter: WDA shake-up needed. 188
Lift horror student dies in hospital. 404
MAKING A pounds 32M DIFFERENCE; Finance Wales unlocks wider range of business funding through partnership with private sector investment sources. 634
Marconi hands over IT to American company. 232
Maserati criticised over ad campaign; Watchdog upholds complaint saying poster encourages drivers to speed. 796
Mewn byd ansicr braf yw oedi ym myd llyfrau a'u hawduron. 638
MFI acquires former Alcoa plant to continue expansion plans. 245
Mobile works for just one voice. 591
Moffett out for stadium heavy hitters. 433
New Zealand not so different from Wales after all. 311
No fear factor for Croft. 607
Omaar makes Hay while his sun shines. 230
Politicians need to get a closer insight into business matters; Small companies need direct dialogue with those people involved in forming the policies that affect the potential for corporate growth. 682
Red Book opens a whole new global chapter. 450
Rugby Union: Champs sign off pondering the wisdom of merger move; Cardiff 27 Bridgend 13. 636
Schools supplier confident despite education cutbacks. 262
Scott Gibbs Column: Henry has no time for blues as he finds his feet back in NZ. 826
Shortage of skilled butchers threat to quality Welsh meat. 676
Sir Christopher leaves Vodafone in good shape after bumper year; Company will hold back launch of G3 phones in Europe until end of this financial year `to ensure that technology and handsets are up to speed'. 466
Sir Terry's driving force is creating businesses - not money. 193
Small firms are economic driving force. 612
Squirrel one in 100,000. 106
Stranded British explorer is rescued from North Pole. 595
Swahili verse loses pupils prize. 251
Testing times for Rowan; As newspaper headlines constantly criticise the Archbishop of Canterbury, Steve Dub asks, `Is there a vendetta against Rowan Williams?'. 1245
The casual get-together that had dymamic business implications; `I work on the philosophy that if the head, heart and guts are all in alignment, we potentially have a deal' - Wesley Clover chief executive Simon Gibson. 1179
The right golf solutions. 124
There's still time to apply for Tir Gofal scheme. 147
Thomas handed skipper's job. 366
Today at Hay Wednesday, 28 May 2003. 175
Tracy Beaker creator wows young at Hay. 598
Turning back terrible tide of destruction; Assembly backs Swansea company's innovative flood-protection system. 942
Two US soldiers killed in Iraq. 224
UK feels ripple from across pond. 628
Urdd to expand `right to the border'. 496
Valleys transplant dad backs `speeding' mercy dash driver. 310
Vicar's anger over suspension from duty. 673
WDA flagship project thrown into doubt. 475
Whalley: City can hit One for six. 441
Willy Wonka in line for big screen revival; Hollywood couple involved with Roald Dahl book. 856
Winning learner tells of his struggle; Teenager's Welsh was corrected on university visit. 669

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