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Michael Vaughan and the future of English cricket
Rory Dollard, 17 June 2003
England take to the field with a new limited overs captain and a new-look team at the start of the NatWest Challenge against Pakistan.
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The sour reality of 'rear window' TV
Tegan Chapman, 17 June 2003
The West's insatiable appetite for 24/7 television voyeurism means producers must serve ever-spicier dishes. But the feast leaves a sour taste in this reporter's mouth…
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Owen saves Eriksson
Kevin Mitchell, 12 June 2003
Two second half goals from captain Michael Owen overshadowed a poor performance by England and kept the bloodhounds from Eriksson's door.
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The great indigenous rip-off
Troy Coyle, 11 June 2003
Western pharmaceutical giants' exploitation of indigenous peoples' ancient knowledge of plants, animals and the environment is escalating, says Troy Coyle.
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A poor excuse for a football match
Kevin Mitchell, 11 June 2003
Once again Sven Goran Eriksson displayed his contempt for international friendlies in Tuesday night's 2-1 victory over Serbia and Montenegro.
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Down with dance
Alexander Hay, 10 June 2003
Nightclub lovers look away now, a dance anthem anti-Christ is on the warpath…
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Malawian marijuana runs rife
Charles Banda, 10 June 2003
A senior Malawian magistrate was among 20 people arrested in the lakeshore district of Salima for alleged marijuana trafficking in a week beset with events surrounding the drug.
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Homosexuality in India, where tradition still rules
Chinmayee Manjunath, 8 June 2003
India's erstwhile colonial laws outlawing homosexuality are out of touch with a changing society, Chinmayee Manjunath discovers.
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Don't shoot the messenger
Gonzalo Suarez, 8 June 2003
Delivering bad news can be a difficult and unforgiving business, but spare a thought for those who do it for a living…
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28 days too late
Steven Corbett, 8 June 2003
The concept of 28 Days Later, not to mention its top-ranking production team should have guaranteed a cracking watch, but product placement overkill, poor direction and unwarranted gore ruined it for this reviewer…
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