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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (May 29, 2003)

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`Asylum capital' claim. 227
`I am not a bigot'. 110
`It was so nice to see her again, hear her talking again and have time with her' As Esti Clayton gets used to life at home, after she was taken abroad by her father, reporter Catrin Pascoe spoke to her mother about the joy of being reunited. 1121
`Teach children about sex values'. 345
A real win-win situation and you could net pounds 1m; As the individual Premium Bond allocation rises to pounds 30,000, Jane Hall looks at why savers are putting their trust in Ernie. 1149
Accidental death verdict on crash. 374
Accused's gran tells of five child deaths in the family. 581
All the answers just within reach. 295
Anxiety can add to growth of cancer, worriers warned. 228
Artist relives Saudi bomb horror. 823
Artist with an eye for the ordinary. 397
Assets buoy property group. 183
Baby joy for McCartney and wife Heather. 309
Back them all, says Hansen. 104
Backchat from young encouraged. 129
Big Brother comes to Glan-llyn. 233
Bus passengers hurt in crash. 103
Call for more translation of Welsh language books. 568
Caring role for nurse of the year. 521
Chlorine in swimming pools may be behind rise in asthma cases. 613
Choir boys and outlaws. 179
Clarke's backing for sport. 283
Credit boost for building society. 352
Dear Mr Blair, please don't sack our teacher; Children write to Downing Street over cash squeeze. 949
Ditch tests and save pounds 8m for schools, says; `Additional pounds 40m needed to avoid redundancies'. 713
Doctors in Wales earn considerably less than English GPs. 609
Draw on your and talent hone your doodles; SO YOU WANT TO BE A CARTOONIST. 305
E-learning lesson. 179
Esti chatters about holiday. 113
Faith school sets lesson for UK; Corpus Christi named most improved school in 2002. 564
Fish-killing worm found in Wales. 134
FOOTBALL: Brilliant Bassano ends that Glamorgan run; But Croft refuses to panic after one-day loss. 741
FOOTBALL: City stalwar t Legg rewarded with one-year deal 16. 796
FOOTBALL: Smith is anxious to stay. 312
FOOTBALL: Tearful Seedorf makes history; Juventus 0 AC MIlan 0 (Milan win 3-2 on pens). 556
FOOTBALL: Wales next as Baa-Baas stay on target for their grand slam; Scotland 15 Barbarians 24. 376
GOLF: It will be easy Ryder Dredge for next year; Highest-ranking Welshman will not risk burn-out by chasing too many titles in bid for Cup place. 682
GOLF: Monty: I don't want a bidding war. 468
GOLF: Planning the key for early bird Izatt. 168
GOLF: Strong Welsh side in big European challenge. 253
GOLF: Wales hailed as European role model by Hills. 743
GOLF: Woosie feels ready to roar again. 1108
Gulf visit not to celebrate war victory, says Blair. 292
Hat-trick for drama winner; Luned Emyr wins for third time with monologue about young woman dying from cancer. 669
HEALTH WARNING; Wake-up call as graduates turn up noses at public-sector jobs despite cash injection. 360
Helicopter crashes at Everest camp. 311
Hundred years of Bob Hope Thursday, 29 May 2003. 1940
If I had a fake tan, perhaps they'd take me seriously. 683
INVESTMENT & TAX: House sale may be liable to tax. 353
Landmark pounds 2.5m castle has potential buyer. 361
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Complementary roles Nurtured apathy. 233
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: I sat the misprint exam and I'm still confused. 247
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: I'm proud of my accent. 134
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Look at the eyesores I'm proud of my accent. 222
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Nurtured apathy. 180
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Scandalous rise. 143
London economy slows, but is not expected to lag for long. 344
Lord of the Rings to be West End spectacular. 290
Miss Wales makes plea to stop mother being stoned to death. 766
No water to wet thirst for facts. 200
Ofsted questions value of Inner-city school standards project. 205
PM flies out to say thanks to troops. 287
Police who charged 999 transplant driver hit at critics. 355
Post-election figures show waiting lists on the rise again. 815
President attacks plans on EU future. 371
Printer's profits halved. 318
Project that inspires. 217
Proud Peacock sees sales soar to almost pounds 400m; Cardiff retailer plans to open another 60 stores. 480
Pupils win stock market challenge. 270
Quitting stock market `saved Equitable'. 246
Readership up on Mt Everest. 169
RUGBY UNION: Cockbain hoping for dream come true. 377
RUGBY UNION: Garan is aiming to make his name now. 649
RUGBY UNION: Hansen: We don't want sports war; Rugby coach pleads for harmony. 606
RUGBY UNION: It's Quins at the double; Carmarthen Quins Youth 22 Bridgend Athletic Youth 5. 190
RUGBY UNION: Jones: Red card gave me the Wales blues. 488
RUGBY UNION: Referees boycott could lead to one-sided event for Monty. 279
RUGBY UNION: Schofield calls for crackdown. 218
RUGBY UNION: Williams: We want the win; Success against the Baa-Baas is vital for Wales and their skipper as the tour Down Under beckons. 756
RUGBY UNION: World Cup vote of confidence for banned England ace Grewcock. 288
School bans teenager with Earnie haircut. 291
School protesters meet minister. 307
Schools sign up for our enterprise project. 197
Selling a taste of home; Expats just can't get enough of John Thomas's baked beans and Marmite. 518
Set goals around teachers and pupils; As the National Assembly gets down to business for its second session, Peter Black, education spokesman for the Welsh Liberal Democrats in the National Assemb y, looks ahead at some of the challenges facing our schools, colleges and universities. 641
Should Wales sing only in Welsh?; As a school choir is disqualified from the Urdd Eisteddfod for singing in a language other than Welsh, Tomos Livingstone asks, should the Urdd change its rules? 651
Standing up for basic human rights. 343
Stronger euro hits car prices. 293
Support and anger over school's thong ban. 200
TENNIS: Ashley turns on the style. 157
Terry and Gaby team up to take on Fern and Phillip in daytime TV ratings battle. 533
The fears parents have for children. 111
the secrets of antimatter; A university team in Swansea is helping to solve one of science's great mysteries. 567
The Western Mail education comment: Trust the teachers. 167
Third child for Melinda Messenger. 295
This is my prediction: Dafydd, will you save the party?; Fletchfiles. 550
Time we looked abroad for ideas; Worldwide there's a wealth of experience to tap into. 851
Train delays still on the rise. 369
TV scientist attacks Charles for his stand against GM foods; Research vital, says Winston. 729
Value of bite-size learning and how it can create an appetite for more. 706
Villagers plead for a normal life. 387
Villagers will have a stake in new wind farm; 11. 469
Which way Euro aid? 829
Woman died after falling on knife in dishwasher. 202
Woman jailed for setting fire to house. 208
Yes, I did it, and I just don't care!; Your boss might share traits with a psychopath. 706
YOUR MONEY: Thinking the unthinkable. 562

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