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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (November 10, 2003)

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'Bond' on the run - from Dotty. 193
'Daddy' Edward dashes home. 401
'Double whammy' for Mills. 349
'More powers needed to combat soaring number of arson attacks'. 424
All Whites find their way with stroll in The Park; Pooler pummelled as seven-try Swansea put six weeks of woe firmly behind them. 537
Angry firemen to meet today. 222
Babies, not bombs. 159
Beleaguered Charles may go on TV to scotch rumours. 625
Biofuels policy under attack. 336
Blues torment 10-man Toon. 462
Boks' coach Straeuli is facing the axe. 229
Bovine TB group calls for meeting. 354
Business leaders call for investment. 152
Caerphilly's youngsters come of age. 218
Charvis: I plan to play for Wales for one more year; Captain courageous wants to be part of glittering future. 828
Child obesity is a ticking 'time bomb'. 435
Cold-weather approach is just right for red-hot Earnie. 811
Comeback queen Kylie is No 1 again. 226
Cook left wondering. 238
Cox painting under hammer. 138
DAN'S the man; Gabbidon is fast becoming a big name when it comes down to club and country. 1132
Divided loyalties for Rowan? 395
Early days for Christmas. 103
EC sheep tagging plan thrown out by Euro-MPs; Relief as 'nightmare' scenario of farmers putting codes on sheeps' ears rejected. 685
Europe serves up cash to save traditional Welsh meat dishes. 540
Every dog has his day - and now many have their holidays abroad. 304
Exile finds Welsh colours a true joy. 207
Fans go Walkabout in city; Rugby rivalry finds its voice in singing contests as supporters gather in pub. 1319
Fireworks fiasco. 148
Fishy fare and famous firsts. 938
Flynn dreaming of cup magic after brilliant show. 814
Giggs turns on super show as United add to Anfield woe; Two-goal strike for champs has Liverpool floundering. 951
Giggsy's Russian tonic for Wales mission. 374
Give me a crow scarer and I'll find real peace in the country. 554
Hancock cracker puts Port Talbot into fourth round. 468
Hansen: We wanted to move it wide to put England pack under pressure. 702
Happy Lennie insists it's really black and white on handling his loan star Gray. 472
Happy return for Dickov. 298
Hartson all fired up for a Russian revolution. 481
Healey flies in as cover for England. 197
Heroic display of pride and power; England fans show respect for fantastic effort by Wales. 998
I was angry at being axed, but Hansen's tactics were proved right; They've come out here as youngsters and will be going home as men. They have been awesome. 847
ID cards essential in war on terror - police chief. 457
Improvements noted in new Elwa report. 395
Insolvency law spotlighted. 252
Irish eyes crying as France win and Wood calls it a day; Tearful Ireland skipper takes his final bow after fabulous French end men in green's dream. 885
It could be this time or never for Sparky's men. 699
It's a fair wind for County. 296
James cooks up top award. 112
Jones will have warm welcome for Neath. 362
Jones: My sheer joy at Welsh wonder try; Fly-half is delighted by score that started with Shane Williams dancing rings round England We've scored great tries and played with a lot of width and it's very satisfying. 503
Leading article: Thanks for putting the buzz back in Welsh rugby. 370
Legionnaires' suspect in Wales. 304
Lollipop patrols celebrate 50 years of road safety. 201
Lottery fund's pounds 9m for life's inequalities. 375
Martyrs humbled in home loss. 252
May dons her walking shoes in Howard shake-up. 375
Mean machine feels pressure from passionate and fiery Welsh. 946
Minister warns food makers to cut salt content. 422
Morley faces ban after explosive start to series. 482
New store is set to become Wales' major tourist attraction. 521
NHS Direct call lines 'victims of success'. 400
No rubber-stamp reject. 187
Online bank benefits. 109
Pack power proves decisive in victory. 260
Party bites back at dental spin. 146
Peace man to make protest. 109
Polished display from the Steelmen. 243
Ponty point to healthy future for club game. 459
Pupils need PE lessons 'as much as English and maths' Sports Council urges more exercise for our youngsters. 680
Rampant Keys are in control. 198
Real cost of motoring drops for most drivers. 428
Remembrance of all wars brings politicians and people together; Rugby friends turn out to mourn soldier lost in Iraq. 531
Sankala so close to a Gnoll upset. 253
Saudi car-bomb toll hits 11; Officials blame Al-Qaeda for devastating Ramadan attack. 586
Savers sceptical about account interest rates. 209
Section births on the increase. 296
Sky gazers see lunar eclipse. 408
Smith keen to stick around for Scots' new era. 550
Soaring entries confirm enthusiasm for rejuvenated Winter Fair. 277
Solberg on top of the world; Trouble-free drive takes Norwegian to championship. 593
Something excellent to focus on. 494
Split over electoral path being plotted for Labour. 454
Sponsors steal show. 130
Surviving kidney cancer; Singer optimistic, as campaign is launched. 653
Tears for our heroes at the last; After following Max Boyce around Australia, Carolyn Hitt stayed on to support the Welsh team in the quarter-finals. Here's her diary of the week. 1548
Terrorist action was expected, says US senator. 373
Top five for fallen stock. 147
Top two are battling hard for glory. 337
Tourists flocked to Wales, deserting the rest of the UK; Tourist Board campaign wins plaudits from trade. 872
Tower Colliery's one-stop heating shop powers ahead; Famous mine launches its own home energy centre at Hirwaun. 314
Training leaders of tomorrow. 267
Trundle: When it comes to Second Division, we are not second best. 374
Turning muck into money. 431
TV trauma leaves Smith with little to smile about. 479
Value of home contents soars. 330
Wales flies back to the heart of Europe; Air Wales takes up service to Brussels dropped by British Airways. 392
Wales joins crop purity campaign; 10 regions unite against GM crops. 598
Wales shot down by young guns. 346
WE'RE COMING HOME WITH HEADS HELD HIGH; Hansen salutes his Wales players after they shock England and says, 'The nation has a team to be proud of'. 753
WE'RE SO PROUD; Wales bow out as heroes after outscoring England three tries to one in a classic World Cup encounter. 576
Williams shows the way for Dunvant. 310
Woodward: We'll step it up and beat the French. 722
You could see the panic in the English players' eyes, but in the end they pulled through because they're a great team. 781

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