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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (November 22, 2003)

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Title Author Type Words
'Businesses want traffic ban'. 203
'Ruthless fanatics could attack anywhere' - Straw. 598
600 lots of interest. 170
A long slog from green fingers to greenbacks. 710
Americans storm into the lead. 267
Anger as new fund for arts outside Cardiff slashed. 387
Athletics: Top honour for GB triathlon coach. 417
Award honours mother who founded charity after death of son. 130
Badminton: Stars sidestep Welsh event. 110
Beer and breakfast. 337
Birds' nest fatal for pensioner. 133
Bookmaker sees better trading. 181
British classics top car poll. 194
Bush 'at odds with media image'. 316
Bush ends his state visit with a trip down to the pub. 499
Christmas parties can be a minefield of misdemeanours. 839
Community pays tribute to schoolboy victim of stabbing. 312
Cricket: Croft aims to be back on song in Sri Lankan heat; Glamorgan spinner returns to scene of his finest Test hours. 1044
Cricket: Vaughan critical of schedule. 301
Daredevil aims to win where Evel Knievel failed. 927
Death of Labour stalwart. 149
Decline of male choirs puts communities off key. 664
Delays cause unmeasurable distress. 134
Diesels are good value; Much more cost efficient than petrol cars. 277
DIY expert electrocuted as he mowed mother's lawn. 223
Don't give up, there's much to play for. 553
Double hammer blow for town as factories announce loss of jobs. 503
Eight-week wait to find out whether rot has set in. 632
Export of call centre jobs a huge mistake; Wales and rail customers will suffer if precious jobs flow out to India says expert. 541
Family give up long fight for land; Bitter struggle ends as land earmarked for business park. 800
Farm gallery to be created at museum. 289
Farmers hit out at payment fiasco; Report found that almost pounds 50m in European farm support last year was delayed beyond the specified time limit. 678
Few serious incidents as over 100,000 protest against visit. 227
Flood-alert aid brought to doorstep. 303
Football: Adams back to exorcise ghosts. 600
Football: Beattie tries to avoid panic button. 252
Football: FAW must go for Tosh. 621
Football: Hughes goes missing; Sparky fails to turn up for key FAW meeting. 561
Football: Nardiello keen to extend his spell at the Vetch. 678
Football: Nomads force TNS to fight for a point. 103
Football: Pires arrival the sign Highbury wasn't Gray area; But midfielder has struggled to settle since quitting Gunners. 703
Football: Ruud boy's hat-trick bodes well for United; Flying Dutcman back on target for Holland in Euro victory. 661
Football: York stresses importance of victory to Carmarthen. 339
For trips to Brum, it's pounds 5 cheaper to go via Pontyclun!; Rail travellers can get bargains if they select bizarre routes. 692
FUW gives Euro tagging brigade an earful. 476
Gabriel and Terfel rock for Pudsey. 241
Give your car extra power. 301
Golf: Monty and Langer form dynamic duo. 153
Gritty drama from young film-makers; Preview What Goes Around Apollo Cinema, Port Talbot. 340
Head gives his blessing to rugby fans, 11, at Aussie final; Exiled he may be, but headmaster Mike Abraham recognises a passion for the game. 651
Hughes: Myth or Magician? 751
Interest in bank accounts hots up. 335
Iraqi donkeys used to combat Iron Hammer crackdown. 309
It's a shock discovering you've become an honorary woman. 586
ITV's captive tryline. 977
Jackson defiant over sex charges. 304
Lambing it up for the cameras. 164
Leading article: Absurd fare is no joke to miffed rail customers. 389
Letter: Dreamers don't pay up. 232
Letter: Helping to ruin lives. 123
Letter: Let the people decide. 128
Letter: Referendum bid U. 126
Letter: Researching pit tragedy. 120
Letter: Russian thugs attacked us too. 209
Letter: Unfair to patients. 132
Limbering up for survey which could cut workplace injuries. 211
Making a difference; Founder of charity which makes dreams come true for terminally-ill children is honoured with two awards. 1745
Minister sparks fury. 262
Morgan bids to head off row over AMs' powers; Parity with Scotland is not the only model for Wales, First Minister will tell conference. 566
Music division talks at 'advanced stage'. 301
Nets 'still killing dolphins' despite ban. 533
New Bill to crack down on yobs. 353
New Broome Sophie sweeps onto world showjumping stage; Olympic medallist's niece shows her mettle. 855
Olivia steps on London stage for Liaisons. 204
Organisation celebrates 150 years of debate on countryside concerns. 555
Outlander heralds bold vehicle design. 569
Parental participation key to school success. 335
Pavilion at Winter Fair. 226
Plaque marks pounds 560,000 facelift for Valley school. 136
Poetry and music in on-line movies. 206
Police appeal after man is robbed at gunpoint. 131
Pop art finds a new generation. 198
Protest over jobs lost TO Wales. 414
Pupils start their days with a bit of yoga to focus the mind; Breakfast with a touch of the East. 728
Real democracy on streets as MPs play 'ping pong'. 770
Rugby Union: Cockerel with comb sickness and twitchy Scots - but a final to play down. 594
Rugby Union: Dragons could fly to top with Connacht bonus. 521
Rugby Union: England fit and ready for monumental battle; Woodward has full-strength team going into final showdown. 633
Rugby Union: Henry and Hansen top contenders for the NZ job. 366
Rugby Union: Rowlands: IRB must help the emerging nations. 528
Rugby Union: Taylor: It'll take something special to win it. 413
Rugby Union: Terblanche to speed up Ospreys' Heineken challenge. 672
Rugby Union: Whale of a plan, says Lomu agent; 'Jonah should have a benefit game, and why not in Wales?'. 738
Rugby Union: Wizards threaten to be stern test for Black and Ambers. 441
Sex education gets overhaul for multi-faith era. 153
Shirl joy at Western Mail honour. 573
Sleuth at university has 'full backing'. 403
Slowcoach Labour faces probe for failure to declare donations in time. 351
Snooker: Rocket not planning to hang about. 323
Soldier's widow says he warned of attack. 554
Sound of Motown comes to town; Four Tops and Temptations sharing stage at the CIA. 681
Starry-eyed Elin's voice is a force to be reckoned with; Singer forsakes her dream of joining police to pursue career in pop. 691
Stroke victim's two hour wait. 373
Tests for shellfish toxins to go under scrutiny in new inquiry. 283
Thugs held for 'cowardly' attack on minister's son. 376
Thus drops 118 service. 262
Titanic captain's brolly unearthed at roadshow. 222
Top riders revved up for high-octane action. 367
TV cameras zoom in on Anthemion. 739
TV presenter John Leslie may join stars in Welsh fun run. 454
US will work with Turkey. 289
Vaccine 'could save 2,000 lives a year'. 414
Vicar on pilgrimage to raise money for damaged church. 241
Wales' fish auction closes despite rescue bids. 453
Warning to bosses over asbestos. 438

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