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Monday, 8 July, 2002, 21:30 GMT 22:30 UK
WALES


Gethin Rhys Williams Soap actor killed in holiday fall
A star of Welsh youth drama Rownd a Rownd dies after falling from a hotel balcony while on holiday in Magaluf, Majorca.
Business graphic Wales leads UK bust firms league
Research shows that Wales has seen the biggest rise in the number of UK firms going bust over the past six months.
Little Mo, EastEnders character Husband jailed for rape attack
A man is found guilty of attacking his wife at home, echoing Little Mo's harrowing EastEnders storyline.
Festival town prepares for euros
Traders check their maths ahead of the launch of the UK's first eurozone at the International Musical Eisteddfod in north Wales.
Plea for more kidney donors
A week-long drive is being held in a bid to boost the number of people in Wales carrying organ donor cards.
Rowing team arrives back in UK
Four rowers whose attempt to set a new record for crossing the Atlantic was sunk by a broken rudder are back on dry land.
Families opt for single jabs
Parents in Wales make financial sacrifices to pay for the single-dose vaccines rather than the combined MMR jab.
Hain turns fire on Greens
Members of the Green movement are stuck in a "timewarp" over the EU and the single currency, Europe Minister Peter Hain will allege.
Muslim cleric defies speech ban
A Muslim leader with alleged links to Osama bin Laden gives a speech in Cardiff, despite opposition from mosque officials.
Queen 'could block Camilla title'
Camilla Parker Bowles would not become the Princess of Wales if she marries Prince Charles, according to a royal expert.
Former Clydach suspect sues police
A former policewoman sues South Wales Police after being arrested during the investigation into the Clydach murders.
Identity of Georgian kidnappers known
A Georgian minister reports that the identity of a gang who abducted a Welsh banking expert is known to police.
Record numbers at da Vinci exhibition
A display of drawings by Leonardo da Vinci has attracted a record number of visitors to a south Wales gallery.
Police probe mystery barrack deaths
Police reopen an investigation into the shooting deaths of two soldiers at an army barracks.
COMMENT & REVIEW
Honest Bob rains feeling on audience
Bob Geldof brings a human touch to beat the summer rain and launch Cardiff's new worldmusic festival.
Americans discover Welsh roots
They may not have the high profile of the Irish or the Scots, but the Welsh are certainly starting to make an impact in North America.
Hannan's Call to Order
Spin may be a thing of the past but Patrick Hannan has another bone to pick with politicians - too many clichés.
WELSH SPORT
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Price on the mend
Golfer Phil Price says he hopes to recover from a shoulder injury to play in this week's Scottish Open at Loch Lomond.
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Joubert ready to quit Cardiff
Rudy Joubert wants Cardiff to release him after being approached to coach South African Super 12 side the Blue Bulls.
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Tigers strengthen their pack
European champions Leicester Tigers unveil three new signings and a £1million sponsorship deal.
NEWS IN BRIEF
Date set for murder trial
A man accused of killing a Cardiff senior, 87, at her own home will face a court in September... plus other news in brief from around Wales.
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