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Tuesday 30 September 2003

£50m boost for terminal cancer services
10 held under anti-terror laws
9/11 used as 'excuse' for government repression, claims UN report
Affordable homes plan for south east unveiled
DUP attacks plans to 'phase out' RIR
Employers’ role in childcare support 'crucial' says Beggs
Europe's largest air carrier created after merger
General Consumer Council attacks gas price hike
Hard-hitting tobacco warnings come into force
Kilkeel gets new £1m Jobs and Benefits Office
No licence, no fireworks, says Minister
Peace II Action Team meets for first time
Police come under petrol bomb attack
Royal Mail fined £7.5m for 'service failings'
Schrader to create 200 new jobs in Co Antrim
SF hit out at Policing Board intimidation figures
South African man charged with cannabis smuggling
UK has sunniest September on record
Youth dies in road accident in Co Armagh

Monday 29 September 2003

Alliance party learn from Scottish sectarian experience
Ardboe man charged with Cookstown murder
Armagh textile firm goes into receivership
Ballots issued to BMA consultants over new contracts
Belfast conference to mark European Year of People with Disabilities
British explorer sets Atlantic crossing record
Brown hails economic success at party conference
Catholic school targeted by arsonists
Derry City Council concerned over thefts from cemetery
Doctor Who set to return to BBC
Global measures against organised crime come into force
Healthy breakfast and school performance linked
Murders of Afghan aid workers condemned by UN
Parents warned to be vigilant following abduction attempt
Pensioners need help with finances, says Age Concern
Police attacked during separate trouble in Co Down
Tesco urged to extend NI product promotion to UK
Tyrone victorious over Armagh in All-Ireland final
Warning issued as sunscreens 'fail' to offer UVA protection
Welsh Water hears public concerns over price hikes

Friday 26 September 2003

'Unsatisfactory teaching' mars adult skills provision: Ofsted
Bombardier complete Learjet sale to Irish Government
Burmese activist's house arrest slammed by Foreign Office
Catholic school targeted by pipe bombers
Councils given £10m grant to fight waste
Genetic testing could assist in cancer treatment, report claims
Kidnapped student returns home from Colombia
Leaked WMD report is 'damaging blow' for Blair, say Tories
More women die of heart disease than men: WHO report
Morrison's bid for Safeway gets green light
New skills council for construction industry
NI to get better laws to regulate wild animals
NIE calls for care as contractor cuts through underground cable
NIGAG membership say 'yes' to Autumn election
One-in-five children support poor parents, says survey
Shareholders desert Kodak despite digital developments
Straw pays tribute to murdered Iraqi council member
Textile firm sheds 55 jobs
Thousands of jobs on offer at Job Scene 2003
Unicef voices 'grave concern' over Afghan child abduction
Universities awarded £50 million research funding
Work van burnt out in Sandy Row

Thursday 25 September 2003

Beckett 'reflects' on mounting dissatisfaction with GM foods
Belfast Giants hit top of the table
British soldier dies in Iraq
Carpets International announce 160 job cuts
Causeway Centre development takes giant step forward
CCEA calls for support for education proposals
Dissidents disrupt Strabane DPP meeting
DTI considers plan for green approach to economic growth
Fall in NI road traffic accidents
Government hails drug treatment for offenders
Ian Paisley Jnr hits out at prisoner funding
Inland Revenue recovers £3.5m in unpaid wages
LEAs have major reform role to play: Miliband
Lloyds TSB fined £1.9m for 'unsuitable sales'
Man and woman arrested following stabbing
Minister announces £30m electricity initiative
Petrol prices to rise next month
Probe continues into two US soldiers at Guantanamo Bay
Republicans must confess all on violent past says Trimble
Rise in degree qualified teachers: survey

Wednesday 24 September 2003

12 arrested in London-wide anti-drugs raids
Business winners to represent NI at UK awards
Customs swoop nets smuggled tobacco and counterfeit goods
Elderly couple robbed in Co Down home
FSA 'task force' to aid consumer confidence in financial industry
Government backs inflation rate pay deals for teachers
Lib Dems pledge to scrap DTI and cut red tape
Lloyds TSB warm of bogus emails
Microsoft chatroom closure welcomed as a ‘positive step’
Microsoft closes its online MSN Chat service
Minister hails digitised public records availability
New ways needed to 'revitalise' democracy: Blunkett
OFT calls for clarity over aviation security charges
Police appeal for help in combating Waterworks crime
Police recruitment a 'failed policy' says Cobain
PSNI and USPCA join forces in day-long 'big cat' hunt
Schools set to provide broader services for families
Time Out 'eight' well at Belfast's Cayenne restaurant
Unchanged line-up for Armagh v Tyrone GAA final
University buildings set for heritage listing

Tuesday 23 September 2003

Bruno treated in psychiatric hospital
Burglaries on NI pensioner's fall
CAB warns legal aid system decimated by government audits
CD-Rom on crime avoidance for teens unveiled
Coleraine man 'badly shaken' following hatchet attack
Environmental awareness at colleges given green light
Epilepsy drug could help treat addicts
Guidance for women's mental health strategy launched
Lib Dems claim road accident costs 'grossly underestimated'
Local fishing industry to get over £7m funding
Man dies after being hit by car
Minister officially opens new MRI suite at City Hospital
NI businesses get £1m waste incentive
NI firm secure consultancy contracts worth £6m
Overcoming racism is vital to policing: Blunkett
Pupils stay at home following attacks on schools
Scottish countryside in a rut over rising deer population
Teacher convicted of boy's manslaughter jailed for 12 months
Ulster security force dead remembered at memorial
Unionists need convinced of paramilitary intentions

Monday 22 September 2003

'Mandela of Timor' to visit Northern Ireland
Billionaire gives $168m to combat malaria
Body found at RAF base is identified
Civil liberties group slams 'insane' ID card plan
Crimestoppers helps 'clean up' crime in Carrickfergus
Emergency services at scene of 20-car M5 pile-up
Fire service allocated £132m for new equipment
Funding for renewable energy projects announced
Galileo bows out in blaze of glory
Leader of House of Lords dies aged 62
Murphy holds talks with political parties
Pensioner assaulted in her home
Refugees flee violent clashes in Afghanistan
Resurfacing scheme to begin in Co Down
Road accident in Co Tyrone kills two men
Rogue traders to be targeted by new legislation
Security Minister announces review of PSNI recruitment
Tributes flow in for Lords leader
TV ads warn of health risks from 'light' cigarettes
UN states must 'dramatically scale up' HIV/Aids programmes
Website aims to cut down firework injuries

Friday 19 September 2003

'Deeply offensive' Section 28 clause repealed
'Light it or lump it' for non-smokers at work?
Go nuts for 'Allergy Awareness Week'
Government has 'failed' to reverse nursing shortages
Government moves to outlaw spam
Government publishes annual report on human rights
Holywood PSNI station downgraded to 'part-time' status
Hurricane Isabel claims 12 lives
Invest NI take Broadband message on the road
Kelly McBride fails in by-election bid
Minister on two-day fact-finding mission to Iraq
Minister urges unions to re-enter water reform debate
Newry man in court over doctor attack
Public to have role in 'root and branch' review of BBC
Robbers target Ballynahinch supermarket
Scourge of binge drinking highlighted by government report
Suicide rates in young men are rising, claim scientists
Trial of Soham murder accused postponed
Ulsterbus warn of delays and changes to timetables
Woman dies in car crash near Newry

Thursday 18 September 2003

£3.5m lottery boost for health projects
Antrim E.coli oubreak rises to 12
Catholic schools targeted by hoax bombers
Ceasefire monitor gets Commons approval
Charity groups demand reform of council tax charges
Drinking measures set out in new document
Five arrested over DPP threats
Hereditary peers to go in Lords reform package
Lending to home-buyers breaks monthly record
Minister opens new care unit at Altnagelvin
Minister seeks to reduce planning applications
NHS dental services get funding boost
Online giants to create 800 Irish jobs
Plant closure to see 600 jobs go in Leeds
Police granted new powers to curb pirate broadcasting
PSNI wins two major UK policing awards
SDLP website falls to international hackers
Stranded Concorde cleared to leave Cardiff Airport
Thousands of Liberians receive UN food aid
Using asthma inhalers could increase risk of cataracts
Water regulators consider options on bill payments

Wednesday 17 September 2003

'Modest' inroads made into reducing truancy
Arsonists target DPP member in Co Derry
bmi introduces extra Belfast to Heathrow flight
Business organisations club together for conference
Commons committee highlights ‘bed blocking’ problem
Derry school runs pilot dental project
Entrepreneurship key for Student Awards
FSA issue food hazard warning
Hundreds of historic motorcycles destroyed in museum blaze
MP calls for greater protection for the elderly
New chemical warfare detector for armed forces
NHS buildings and equipment 'rapidly improving': Reid
NI host European Heritage Open Day weekend
NI unemployment figures fall
Over 60's urged to claim £200 winter fuel payment
Plans unveiled to cut school run congestion
Travel warning issued over Hurricane Isabel
Two arrested over Co Derry multi-million pound trader fraud
UK employment levels on the rise
US calls for more allied troops to join operations in Iraq

Tuesday 16 September 2003

£175m ploughed into deprived communities
£20m earmarked to improve Iraq's 'life-line' services
BCC gives deadline for culture and arts funding
Campaign to restore NI assembly gets underway
CBI calls for 'transparency' in director earnings
Community projects to receive £27m Peace II funding
Dublin firm to reinvigorate Causeway Coast area
Elderly mother and daughter attacked during robbery
Health authorities look for E.coli source at nursery
Health department claims GP recruitment is 'on target'
Health Minister announces £26m ICT investment
International MOT conference opens in Belfast
Kingsmill use their loaf to launch £15m kit promotion
Man arrested over father and daughter double murder
New Channel Tunnel rail link opened
Secretary of State opens new £40m Baileys factory
Tesco shares climb following positive half-year results
Two firefighters injured by crowd in west Belfast
UK consumers urged to save £96m-a-week
UN has endured a 'trying' year, says Annan

Monday 15 September 2003

Britain's poorest suffer most under privatised utilities: NCC report
Business insurance crisis talks to take place in Belfast
Conservationists warn of billion-dollar shortfall in protection programmes
Customs initiative to help Northern Ireland businesses
Developer ordered to cease work on listed buildings site
Fertility tests promoted on internet slammed by doctors panel
Four die in Scottish road smash
Houses attacked in north Belfast
League Against Cruel Sports call for end to hare coursing
Loyalist group issue death threat to priest
Man to appear in court over threats to kill
Minister announces £70m contract for Tyrone colleges
Multi-agency approach to dangerous criminals hailed
New 'fast and fair' insolvency rules introduced
Out of hours GP service sees big rise in complaints
Pipe bombs made safe at schools
Republican credibility damaged following threats says Foster
Tories turn on Blair after Sweden rejects euro entry
WTO chief 'disappointed' at Cancun talks deadlock
Young girl and father murdered in London shooting

Friday 12 September 2003

Belfast man shot in paramilitary-style attack
Blunkett backs police strategy on drugs
British Legion appeals for 'poppy people'
Call for 'parity' as UN lift Libyan sanctions
Councillor 'disappointed' by betting shop approval
Country star Johnny Cash dies
Debenhams bidding drives up group’s shares
Doctors urge Home Secretary to end ‘asylum limbo’
Dyke called to give evidence at Hutton Inquiry
Holyland gets clean up makeover
Larne family escape injury in explosion
Midwife shortage is contributing to near misses in wards
New E-minister goes ‘online’ at Ideal Home Exhibition
NI economy conceals 'serious weaknesses'
Police investigate Soham officer's alibi
Restaurant staff robbed at knifepoint
Roads Service announce £150,000 resurfacing scheme
Safety investigation after two killed on platform
Selby jury return verdict of ‘unlawful killing’
Tories attack ‘appalling’ NHS waiting times

Thursday 11 September 2003

Belfast voted fourth favourite UK city
Consultation launched on washed up nuclear subs
Cookstown firm bids for national award
Cork software centre creates 30 jobs
Director appointed for NI Washington Bureau
DPP member resigns over death threat
Duncan Smith calls for Hoon’s resignation
Edinburgh voted UK's favourite city
Electrical goods stolen during Ideal Home delivery
HMS Nottingham’s officers plead guilty to charges
ISC report stops short of accusing Hoon
Man dies as car plunges into harbour waters
NI Broadband plans get positive response
NI goal drought continues
Pearson launches NI euro preparation body
Pioneering crime-busting centre to be opened in Liverpool
Princess Royal opens 9/11 remembrance garden
Safety seminar highlights construction dangers
Sexual health improvements to get extra £11m
Silverlink trains halted by brake problem
Time called on anti-social drinking

Wednesday 10 September 2003

Agency freezes £1.5m in criminal assets
Credit card fraud trio jailed
Fair trade tops agenda in Cancun
Former MLA claims crane victory
Four arrests made following drugs find
Government earmark £23m for academic fellowships
Hoon under fire following secret report ‘leak’
Kennedy out of Armenia game
Liberty question police action at arms fair
London blackout to be investigated
MoD criticised over sub refit overspend
NI business confidence on increase
Pensioners take protest to Westminster
SF to support McBride election bid
Tesco reveal £260m local sourcing figure
Three men in court over carjacking
Tories to decentralise control of police
TV licensing officer attacked in Co Antrim
Unions continue barrage on government policy
Workplace disputes legislation to be debated at Westminster

Tuesday 09 September 2003

25% of NI women don't know how to examine their breasts
Blair backs draft EU constitution
Blair says child protection is top priority
bmi embarks on major Airbus buy
CBI chief addresses ‘change’ at TUC Congress
Concern grows over UK labour market ‘erosion’
Cot death advice leaflet launched
IBM claims ‘merger’ chip technology advances
M1 resurfacing scheme set for Loughgall junction
Makro to create 250 jobs in north west
Missing man may be in Northern Ireland say police
MoD procure 67 Apache helicopters for Army
Mother and daughter 'shaken' following carjacking
Pipe bomb attack on Armagh home
Political spotlight must now centre on SF says McGimpsey
School vandalism described as 'mindless'
Singapore confirms new case of Sars
South African man charged with drug smuggling
Tories seek answers on Iraq ‘shambles’
UK trade gap narrows to £3.3bn

Monday 08 September 2003

Acas report downward trend continues in employment tribunals
Britain to send 2,200 extra troops to Iraq
British contingent sent to join forces in Basra
Bush seeks £55bn Iraq war fund and further international support
CEM complete £1.5m City Airport upgrade
Graphic advert gives a stark warning on seatbelt wearing
Hoax bomb alert ends in Co Londonderry
Local firms up for UK business awards
London exercise prepares for terror attack
McIlroy in confident mood ahead of Armenia visit
Minister discusses economic prosperity for North West
NI on-course Sunday betting close
Over 2.3 million people in UK connected to broadband
Paramilitary prisoners to be segregated
Pensioners urge to pick up new benefit
Rebel MP's should retake whip says Trimble supporter
TGWC leader’s ‘challenge’ to secure 21st Century rights
Three questioned as woman dies in riverboat sinking
Tourists injured in Highland coach crash
UK adults encouraged to read more

Friday 05 September 2003

‘Urgent review’ of UK troops for Iraq underway
Belfast City helps bmi to record passenger figures
Belfast to benefit from record road improvements
Blair argues case for top-up fees as ‘fairest’ option
BMA expresses ‘concern’ over Diagnostic and Treatment Centres
British embassy staff allowed to leave Iran
Carnlough man charged with killing teenagers in road crash
Children from mixed backgrounds need better support
Coastguard locate missing woman after air-sea search
Conduit to axe 250 temporary jobs in UK
Customs succeed with £93,000 proceeds of crime forfeiture
Disabled pensioner wins mains water appeal
London man’s boat drifts into shipping lanes
Minister pledges £1.5m for court support schemes
NI confident of scoring elusive goal
NI farmers asked to help evaluate EU schemes
Paisley slams Independent Monitoring Body proposals
Police investigate separate abductions
Police seize $6bn in suspect bonds and drugs
US draft resolution on Iraq opens old wounds

Thursday 04 September 2003

'Unfit' company directors’ targeted by new law
‘Full’ hormone could be key to slimming
Adopted baby death report critical of health care
Beckham likely to shake off groin injury
Beggs calls for rebel MPs to re-take Unionist whip
Birmingham’s £500m Bullring shopping centre reopens
Blair asserts he's 'not for turning'
Businesses have one month left to avoid VAT penalty
CBI warns of threat posed by EU working regulations
Construction companies fined for health & safety incidents
Ex-CIA director to monitor paramilitary activity
HSENI prosecute construction firms
Immigrants could soon sit test on ‘Britishness’
Interest rates stick at 3.5%
Kelly calls for intervention in north Belfast
Minister announces new air route development fund
NI hospital waiting lists fall
Royal & Sun Alliance to cut 1,000 jobs
Troop levels in Iraq ‘under review’ says Blair
Welsh crime projects win praise
Woman's body found in Antrim

Wednesday 03 September 2003

‘Unfulfilled’ graduates directed towards teaching
Anti-social behaviour legislation sought for NI
BAE Systems wins £1bn Indian training jet contract
Blair moves to curb 'spin doctor' role
Blow out ends hopes of record-breaking balloon ascent
British Embassy remains closed following shots fired into building
Clougher firm heads internet queue
Customs investigate suspected £80m VAT scam
De Brún to run in European elections
Experts' charter to improve behaviour and reduce bullying in school
Family escape injury in bomb attack
Former MLA calls on Invest NI to help with jobs crisis
Governments' joint art exhibition opens in Antrim
Guide aims to help employers implement 'teleworking'
Husband and wife still being questioned over Omagh bombing
Kelly McBride set to run for parliament
Machine-readable passports required for US
Man charged with car deaths
Sign warns motorists on dangerous A2 bend to slow down
TV campaign urges 'pick up' Pension Credit

Tuesday 02 September 2003

$25m offered for information leading to Saddam's capture
Adult learning report focuses on initial assessment
Anti-water charges campaign launched
Asteroid on possible collision course with Earth
Balloon ascent thwarted by icing risk
Boy rescued from sea dies
Business broadband take-up doubles to 40%
Carpets International to axe 140 jobs
Fishermen recovering after day adrift on upturned boat
Home Office issues strong warning to asylum seekers
Loyalists linked to guns and ammunition find
NI can become leading biotechnology force
NI men more aware of cancer dangers
Northern Ireland film and TV fund launched
Prince Charles arrives for two-day visit
Russ Conway Fund set to benefit two hospices
Two businessmen men shot dead in car park of their hotel
Two men carrying 14 kilos of cocaine arrested at Gatwick
Two men charged with cigarette smuggling
Two people arrested in connection with Omagh bombing

Monday 01 September 2003

Action star Charles Bronson dies aged 81
Al-Jazeera broadcasts ‘Saddam’ denial of cleric slaying
Children's lunchbox's too high in fatty foods
DoE seatbelt warning as kids go back to school
Dr Kelly’s widow describes husband’s ordeal to Hutton inquiry
Drink-driver who killed two young women receives four years
Headmistress sentenced to five years for £500,000 theft
Hospice gets £30,000 donation boost
Major study launched into pregnancy discrimination at work
Man appears in court following soldier shooting
Man appears in court over drugs find
Minister launches new employers guide on drugs and alcohol
Missing schoolgirl discovered in Scotland
Mortgage lending on the rise despite concerns over consumer debt
NI ‘early arrivals’ charity appoints support team head
NI-born Colonel cleared of Iraq war allegations
Ofsted chief claims parenting standards failing schoolchildren
Sinn Fein urge local electoral registration
Study shows women ignore early signs of breast cancer
Taskforce to tackle £400 million film piracy racket
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