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Articles from South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales) (February 2, 2008)

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'Accused was a violent and jealous man' - ex; Former wife of murder suspect tells of her troubled past. 339
'Detestable' burglars ignored dead man. 254
'Losingmy Teddy is just un-BEAR-able!' Student, 19, devastated after train yobs steal his lifetime companion. 499
'My daughter makes herself sick with pain' Parent's anger as epileptic daughter's tooth op cancelled. 374
'Nevermind a bloodbath, I fear for Wales' scrum' 28 years on from his infamous Twickenham red card, Paul Ringer remembers 1980 and gives his verdict on today's big showdown . . . 217
'Rape victim' threatened officer. 241
'We'll all miss Dan's infectious laugh and his smile' Tributes are paid to student killed in apartment blaze. 565
49 fun things to do next week; family dayout Lesley O'Brien, of Gabalfa, Cardiff, took the family to Cricket St Thomas Wildlife Park in Somerset... 2446
5 minute NATIONAL news round-up: IT'S A MAD, MAD WORLD... 188
5 minute NATIONAL news round-up: Severe weather is expected to ease. 146
A real pearl of a restaurant in the heart of Cardiff Bay; food review eating out. Restaurant review 949
And here's just how we did it; homes & gardens. 188
Athletics: Cardiff weekly 5k to be up and running. 89
Athletics: Scott is lured by bright lights of Le Peche Tour; Pole vaulter springing into action against French rivals. 603
Athletics: Stalwart Brian lands top award. 217
Athletics: Steffan swaps studs for spikes. 132
Athletics: Uwic secure some first-class honours. 304
Aylesbury; holiday hotspots. 142
bar talk; eating out. 472
Beer taps ready to flow as rugby giants do battle; Pubs braced for invasion of Wales (and England) fans. 410
Benjani move fails to get off the ground. 169
Bid to end dying man's misery. 234
Boxing: Good scalp for Gentles. 176
Boxing: Hope looking to deck Hall. 145
Boxing: Jim's Lonsdale landmark. 95
Boxing: March in Wales set to be a knockout month; Rees' WBA defence against Kotelnik takes pride of place. 341
Boxing: Thornberry is accused of a drug offence. 163
Brit looking to kick for Super Bowl glory. 121
BROUGHT TO JUSTICE; Who's been in court? 513
Call for more police cash for city backed; 6,800 days lost to big events. 500
Care for communities is a thing of the past. 751
Charity cash sounds good. 95
Chris' Lady In Red date at ice premiere. 93
City comedian looks to make London laugh. 180
City fans allowing ITV Wales to put on their Sunday best. 412
Classic Spain; holiday hotspots. 156
Council officer's PO closure alert. 85
Craig's close Bearded shave. 171
Cricketers score a win in fight to use pitches in summer; Eisteddfod won't put a stop to leagues using pitches. 378
Crusaders start new season with win in Sheffield; CELTIC CRUSADERS First-class Celtic on track in Northern Rail Cup. 548
Division has got a new Guiding light. 96
Edwards is braced for an emotional day with Wales at Twickenham; SIX NATIONS SHOWDOWN. 374
Elsewhere in 2002... Looking back. 277
Fans get straight to the point in quizzing Ridsdale; The Ninian files Bluebirds diary. 177
Follow Rockers to success. 97
Football: City came close - but it wasn't close enough! Looking back. 687
Football: City's fleet-footed Brown is another young gun being fast-tracked for big things at City. 677
Football: Don't rule out a City return for Cooper! 212
Football: It's a big day for Bryntirion; Welsh Football watch. 170
Football: New boys Neath on course to be the Premier best; Welsh Football watch. 223
Football: New date for Albion game. 124
Football: SFA put brakes Forde's move; Much-travelled 'keeper keen to head north of the border. 456
Football: Tucker sees red with Town; Welsh Football watch. 170
Fran's a great flipping success; eating in Use locally-sourced ingredients for these sweet and savoury traditional pancakes. Recipe 905
Guards will patrol new flagship pool. 418
Hain vows that he will clear his name. 147
Horse Racing: Thisthatandtother is a class apart at Fontwell. 216
HOT TOPIC; AFTER a Cardiff student had his teddy bear stolen, we asked Echo readers what they could not bear to lose... 140
how much would you pay? homes & gardens. 209
I'd love to give Maraini play-off trophy. 314
I'm a celebrity... get me into Cardiff Hilton, says Chris. 144
Illegal firearm is seized in special crime crackdown; Man and woman arrested after discovery MAXIMUM IMPACT. 354
Irishman takes off for airport post. 119
It is so easy to fall behind and face loss of your home' Daughters left terrified as bailiffs tried to drill through family's back door to take repossession. 926
Janet's fight has helped to restore my faith in human nature. 158
Jones keen to talk-up Rae; The Ninian files Bluebirds diary. 137
Jools to bring 50th birthday tour to city. 93
Letter: Abide by the country's rules. 91
Letter: Byron's cash should go to John's home. 164
Letter: Memories of Mr Everest? 298
Letter: Planning is not a battlefield. 279
Letter: Straight to the point. 170
Letter: Straight to the point. 108
Letter: Straight to the point. 99
Letter: What was cash for, Mr Hain? 262
Life-saver Cai wins praise for saving his mum; Ambulance service presents schoolboy, six, with plaque. 334
Minister hails charity commission meeting. 89
MPs set to debate region's suicides. 127
Murdered mum told children she might have to move out; Daughters tell court of nightly fights over affair. 394
must have books. 125
must have dvds. 105
must have games. 123
must have music. 110
my favourite place; eating out. 215
net effect. 114
New twist in proposals for ash mountain. 191
News quiz. 90
No spare cash for Dave's list; The Ninian files Bluebirds diary. 169
Plaid MEP's mission to the Gaza Strip. 83
Poetry pupils win teacher a Finnish treat. 181
Police horse power goes on patrol. 159
Police to get on their bike thanks to watch team. 222
Pollock hits winning runs. 111
pounds 10 FOR YOUR PICTURES. 89
Protest over quarry plans. 183
questions answered; homes & gardens Cardiff council's gardening expert has the answers to your gardening problems... 142
recipe of the day; NICE & EASY in association with Somerfield. Recipe 108
REVIEW; Frankie Boyle The Glee Club, Cardiff Rating: ***. 266
Risky loans are cause for concern'. 118
Roni finds his mojo; Sizere-jigs an award-winning album. 617
saturday takeaway; eating out. 354
School at centre of hoax 999 calls. 112
Scrappy strikes a pose to bag a win; Here's the latest line-up of stars TESCO extra. 320
Shopping: A future clear as crystal; Former social worker at cancer hospital sets up shop selling crystals for complementary healing. 525
Shopping: beautiful crystals; What's on offer at Quaintways? 314
South Wales Echo WE SAY...: Families' dreams end in a nightmare. 245
tales from the allotment; homes & gardens. 564
tavel: between the sheets; Maxine Ashford stayed at the Malmaison, Reading. 289
That day has been my own little part of rugby history' SIX NATIONS SHOWDOWN England v Wales, Twickenham, today, 4.30pm Ringer is not bitter about that incident. 1143
The best... without a Shadows of doubt! The guitar fans hooked on Sir Cliff's band. 796
The Real Homer Simpson; He used to be fun-loving insurance worker Richard Llewellyn, now he's... 427
THE SATURDAY TV QUIZ. 461
travel: BOOK IT! 357
travel: FROM CARDIFF. 114
travel: holiday snaps. 183
Travel: Reading; 10 great reasons to visit... 497
travel: Spain can serve up a real treat; Mark Bloom and his family pack up their tent and head to northern Spain in search of sunshine. 1037
Turn those Yellow Pages into money. 95
Valleys health drive earns national praise. 121
Vandalised monuments will be cleaned. 212
Villagers to protest over business park. 87
Wales Under-20s start Six Nations with a defeat. 275
Want your birthday readout at the match? That'll be pounds 10then... Bluebirds to start charging for Ninian Park PA requests. 393
We created an oasis out of rubble... homes & gardens How couple went about transforming their one-acre garden. 616
what's in your fridge? eating in. 298
Where do you fly, businesses asked. 80
WIN two tickets to watch Wales v Scotland. 270
world on a plate; eating in. 336
your stars. 809
ZERO TO HERO; Manager-of-the-month Jones insists Premiership is a reality. 233

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