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Articles from South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales) (March 15, 2008)

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'Good Friday and Christmas Day were the only days off'. 148
'Hook facing his biggest test' Six Nations Championship Showdown. 206
'Our menu is like a journey around India'. 380
'Show may take the mickey a bit ...but we love it!' Barry folk can't wait for TV comedy's return. 356
...Ryan has a part to play too. 120
44 fun things do next week; out&about family day out Michelle Russ, of St Nicholas in the Vale of Glamorgan, went to 123 Jump in Llanishen, Cardiff... 907
5 minute NATIONAL news round-up: IT'S A MAD, MAD WORLD... 183
5 minute NATIONAL news round-up: Police working on Shannon mystery. 82
A SHORT HISTORY OF BETTING IN THE UK. 165
Anderson is injury worry for England. 227
Arts festival is a journey... 85
Bags-free bid is backed by town. 82
Battle to rule skies takes off in Cardiff; Flybe and bmibaby clash over routes. 344
Benjamin braced for rugby banter. 267
Bluebirds' boo boys won't deter Feeney. 475
Boxing: Top billing beckons as Rees claims the limelight; Welshman ready to defend world crown in Cardiff. 313
BROUGHT TO JUSTICE; Who's been in court? 479
Browned-off boss; The Ninian files. 89
City are given a mole's eye view of key court case; The Ninian files. 170
Cook book's health mission. 90
Council could pass on costs. 153
Cricket: Elsewhere in 1988... 115
Doncaster confident. 150
eating out: bar talk; Steve Flynn, 38, has been running The Maltings pub in Canton since last August. 380
eating out: Colcannon, crock pots and the Irish craic; food review Pub grub that's great to share over a Guinness. 939
eating out: saturday takeaway. 270
Egg-stra special treats for Barnardo's children. 201
Extra rail services for Cup semi-final; Boss in vow to cater for fans. 400
Fans flock to the capital hoping for a Grand day out; Capital gets ready to host thousands of rugby supporters as Wales team looks to emulate the heroes of 2005. 734
Fans prepare Wembley travel plans. 149
Flat fire puts man and boy in hospital. 120
Flood out to wash Rangers away at Hampden. 487
Football: Elsewhere in 1988... 165
Forde gets green light to continue life with Cherries; The Ninian files. 208
Gambler won't make a beeline for church. 150
GAVIN'S TOP TIPS; three things you mustn't miss tonight. 93
Gilligan's signing proved decisive; Striker's goals key factor in promotion campaign Looking back. Opera review 1045
Golf: Elsewhere in 1988... 120
Hamilton takes pole for season's opener. 136
holiday hotspots. 473
homes&gardens: A little paradise by the coast; South-facing terraces slope down from historic castle to the sea. 605
homes&gardens: tales from the allotment; Terry Walton of Rhondda Allotments and Radio Two fame. 526
Hope for Meadgate clients after buy-out. 185
HOT TOPIC: 'For me it's a chance to have a day off...' A devout religious festival, a reminder of our pagan origins or a chance to binge on chocolate cream eggs. What does Easter mean to you? 249
Howells angry at union claim. 157
howmuch would you pay? Here are the details and pictures of three homes in South Wales. Each home is very different, but can you guess the asking price? Answers below. 143
Hughes' Spanish holiday schedule will feature City; Welsh Football watch. 320
IN THE LAP OF THE GODS; It's all in the hands of the almighty duo now. 187
It won't be such a good Friday for this bookie; Betting shop manager is dismayed at the decision to open up on Christian holy day. 764
It's not too late to be in the running for Ty Hafan. 288
Jailed for failing to repay pounds 1.2m fraud earnings; City restaurant owner is back behind bars. 300
Judge-ment Day for Welsh star Ryan. 183
Kathryn won't ever forget her tragic dad; Tearful story of a girl's tribute to father she never knew. 376
Led Zep's boost for Aber; Welsh Football watch. 141
Letter: Straight to the point. 150
Letter: Straight to the point. 139
Letter: Straight to the point. 97
Letter: Straight to the point. 100
Letter: Viewpoints - Echo so right about pay rise. 144
Letter: Viewpoints - From beyond the graves... 188
Letter: Viewpoints - George was a true Bluebird. 168
Letter: Viewpoints - More should be able to gather. 148
Lockett's tale of the tape. 146
MARCH 15; break time extra. 142
Meet your City heroes. 332
Model force for sufferer. 131
MP Widdecombe breezes in to ladies luncheon. 176
must have books. 137
must have dvds. 111
must have games. 127
must have music. 132
net effect. 163
News Quiz; break time extra. 114
OAP attacked on her own doorstep; 77-year-old had puncture wounds to head and hands. 454
Old Parish win puts Drovers in relegation mire. 352
Our cat was shot dead just for the thrill of it; Couple's fury over kitten's death. 394
Paedophile jailed indefinitely after sex with children; Pervert Jerome, 24, had images of youngsters being raped. 390
Page to stage. 551
pounds 10 FOR YOUR PICTURES. 114
questions answered; Clive Edwards Cardiff council's gardening expert has the answers to your gardening problems... 106
Rhodri backs Gatland's men for Slam glory. 153
Rugby Union: 'Take your chance to go and make a bit of history' Six Nations Championship Showdown Wales v France, Millennium Stadium, Today 5pm Gatland issues inspiring call. 1201
Rugby Union: 'Winning a Slam was huge relief' Welsh legend PHIL BENNETT tells Echo rugby writer GARETH GRIFFITHS about his Grand day out in 1978. 1565
Rugby Union: A century of rugby: How Wales' nine Grand Slams were won. 1086
Rugby Union: Elissalde hopes Wales will freeze under weight of public expectation; Six Nations Championship Showdown Wales v France, Millennium Stadium, Today 5pm. 417
Rugby Union: Halfpenny cashes in a Wales win. 434
Save money on sport camps. 100
Soldier spotted bomb moments before it blew; Inquest hears Welshman raised his arm before blast. 470
Special school in the swim with new pool! 245
sport quiz. 82
Strong belief in the Resurrection. 80
Students get to the heart of medicine. 115
Super Sam is the star. 183
Tesco in bid to open store on site of tool hire centre. 202
The French connection; marries the cuisines of his homeland and that of France... 677
The people of Wales are behind the boys; ECHO WE SAY... 250
the place to be: Island warden gives up London's bustle for peace and quiet; Former HR manager enjoying life without cars, crowds and papers. 817
The play-off finals are still in our sights; CAPTAIN'S LOG. 249
THE SATURDAY TVQUIZ; break time extra. 461
The show must go on! 132
THE STORY SO FAR. . . . Six Nations Championship Showdown. 495
Tim will be happy for history to repeat itself. 529
Tonga rugby star's a top dog at Crufts; Retired winger now a hit at dog shows. 406
travel: 10 of the best London theatre breaks. 850
travel: between the sheets; Alison Stokes stayed at the Haymarket Hotel in London's West End. 405
travel: BOOK IT! Get away cheap with these special offers... 288
travel: FROM CARDIFF; The best late breaks from Cardiff Airport this week... 106
travel: holiday snaps. 238
travel: No luxury, but it's so easy to warm to igloos; Alison Stokes tries eskimo-style hospitality in the Swiss mountains. 1432
Valleywood companies look for deal. 163
Welsh chef who now heads renowned La Gallois restaurant. 127
Welsh ice pair in Britain squad; CAPTAIN'S LOG. 146
Weston's staying at Walsall. 140
what's in your fridge? Stereophonics, Midge Ure and Cat. Aubrey, from St Athan, is married to Mariane and is father to Elinor, eight, and Genevieve, five. 476
WIN TICKETS TO SEE SPRINGSTEEN. 281
Writer visits library to talk about new book. 88
You can help treat nurse to top award. 95

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