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Gren from the South Wales Echo
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Gren Cartoon for 19 Jan 2007
It's called repetitive strain injury -
you'll have to use your other hand to
operate the TV remote control.
From June 25, 2002
Gren Cartoon for 17 Jan 2007
Careful, brothers, it could be a trick
From May 22, 1984, as suspicions and paranoia were mainstays of the picket lines during the miners' strike.
Gren Cartoon for 16 Jan 2007
Does one have anything better,
an Asparagus Patch Doll perhaps
From December 6, 1983, as queues for Cabbage Patch Dolls are reported
Gren Cartoon for 15 Jan 2007
Which colour jelly would you like Chain Saw Massacre red, the
Sex-Crazed Creature from the Swamp green, or Driller Killer yellow
From November 24, 1983, as it was revealed video nasties are often shown at children's birthday parties
Gren Cartoon for 13 Jan 2007
You've missed that hydrangea by the
From July 18, 1984, as anyone found using a hosepipe to water the garden makes law-breakers of many
Gren Cartoon for 12 Jan 2007
Ere Glad, luv, read this to me.
From Feb 16, 1984, following a survey looking at hoe household chores are shared out between the sexes.
Gren Cartoon for 11 Jan 2007
There's still hundreds of us, but we're all
under five foot six!
From April 9th 1984, as Arthur Scargil's miners stike continued to dominate the headlines.
Gren Cartoon for 10 Jan 2007
He can't be that famous - he hasn't
got a cafe here!
The great Italian tenor Luciano Pavarotti was lined up to sing at the
National Eistedfodd in Llangollen, from July 10, 1995.
Gren Cartoon for 09 Jan 2007
I hear it was the offer of a free flight
that finally did it!
The giant Candy group bought the Hoover company, from June 1, 1995
Gren Cartoon for 08 Jan 2007
And here are tomorrow's snooker
From April 18, 1995, when headlines were
dominated by allegations of match fixing in snooker
Gren Cartoon for 05 Jan 2007
What's a Welsh win, daddy
February 18, 1990, following Wales' 34-6 Five Nations defeat to England at Twickenham