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Articles from South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales) (March 26, 2009)

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'Beat binge culture by lowering drinking age' Tory councillor urges debate on allowing 16-year-olds into pubs. 428
'Charmer' used dead boys' names to amass fortune. 551
'Fantastic feeling we have both created a beautiful little thing like Chloe' PEOPLE. 636
'Germans won't take minnows lightly' - Flick. 626
'I gave up on love after losing two husbands'. 479
'It is a worry that the average age of GPs is rising' As older family doctors retire too few younger colleagues are replacing them. 415
'Risky' work killed father. 435
'STAY JUST WHERE YOU ARE OR YOU'LL BE SHOT' Family terrified by anti-terror police who strip-searched man in street. 1107
'THERE IS NO REASON FOR HER DEATH WHATSOEVER' Popular mum, 66, attacked on village street. 975
200 jobs go as top snooker firm is put into administration. 96
A COSY COTTAGE IN THE WOOD; Delightful Church Lodge is nestled in beautiful gardens. 331
Age is no barrier as Fred claims cup glory. 168
AM wants answers over 'terror' arrest. 453
Anderson goes back to his bowling roots. 224
Angling: CARP GIVE A FROSTY RECEPTION AT THE MILL. 590
AROUND THE FISHERIES. 996
BALE'S PRAISE FOR CAPTAIN MARVEL CRAIG. 765
Beware the coffee shop; LIGHTEN UP. 195
Bowls: National quest boiling up to grand finale. 402
BRIGHT AND BEAUTIFUL; Floor to ceiling windows let light flood in all year round. 356
BROUGHT TO JUSTICE. 538
Button in sweat to be champ. 270
Carp on the menu for Cook as he enjoys his time at Warren Mill. 257
Community menace, 18, gets a three-year Asbo. 143
Delve has his eye on making a major impact against Ospreys. 440
DILEMMA FOR JACK... 104
DIY advice; B&Q. 298
Dogfish and ray hold key to Stevens' cash prize. 457
DRAGON CAMP DISCOUNT. 207
Dragons turn to World Cup winners. 357
Dualling a victim of 'political football'. 179
Early start at Woodstock. 154
Eileen wants to find disc's original owner; Help grandmother unravel mystery that started in her coal cellar. 348
Ex-council chief in pounds 1m claim tells of 'politically orchestrated' hate campaign. 283
Faithful to celebrate new home by inviting in 10,000. 381
FAW hoping for a late ticket rush. 274
Figures show growing problem of knife crime. 139
Fired-up Devils aim to avenge defeat by the Irish. 543
Fond farewell to The Sheriff; PEOPLE. 133
From Russia with love for orchestra; PEOPLE. 223
Gerrard's loyalty is praised by ace Rush. 360
GRAFFITI: CRIME NOT ART; Charity tackles problem that blights communities. 634
Horse Racing: Raise your glasses to Fin Vin De Leu. 393
Hunt on for dragon which disappeared on match day. 421
I thought I'd never find love again; AS Coronation Street's Jack Duckworth prepares to start a new relationship a year after losing his beloved Vera, Claire Rees spoke to two couples who've found love despite bereavement. 612
Innocent man shot in terror raid. 261
IS THERE ANY MONEY THERE? Couple given pounds 4,500 of taxpayers' cash for psychic academy to contact the dead. 189
It's elementary dear Google; Echo solves mystery of ghostly 'Mary Poppins' on city streets. 377
James back on board for his saddest race; Olympic champion's emotional return after squad-mate's death. 762
JOIN THE GREAT ONLINE DEBATE; On the Six Nations. 255
King would rule the world if he didn't have the knee problem, insists his Spurs pal Gunter. 437
KOLAR SHINES AS CITY HELP THE MARTYRS; FRIENDLY MERTHYR TYDFIL 0 CARDIFF CITY 3 at Penydarren Park Czech star shows potential in vital fund-raising friendly clash. 1226
Letter: It's time to call an election. 255
Letter: Policing used to take up all our work time. 328
Letter: Practise what you preach. 201
Letter: Scientists do doubt evolution. 248
Letter: Skate park should relocate. 253
Letter: Watch out, the owner's about. 224
Letter: We've invested in our libraries. 296
MARTYN FINALLY HAS CUP IN SIGHT; Final clash at Twickenham would fill big gap in Blues star's playing CV. 884
Massa happy with status quo. 118
Men arrested BEFORE they become violent in domestic crackdown. 456
Move this screen away to the new St David's 2 site. 102
MP urges suicidal youths to seek help. 151
NEWS BRIEF: Bishop to be consecrated. 95
NEWS BRIEF: Conversation leads to fine. 112
NEWS BRIEF: Dad spared going to jail. 84
NEWS BRIEF: Join quest for knowledge. 91
NEWS BRIEF: Man, 28, missing. 91
NEWS BRIEF: Showcasing dance talent. 104
Nobody keeps up with Jones' mammoth haul. 239
Olly casts doubt over Ryder Cup role alongside Monty. 284
Pint-sized pin-up Louis crowned Little Man UK. 461
Police warning fans over derby. 134
Police's response. 140
pounds 3m pharmacist worried by tax and wife's affair; Depression and anxiety behind rail line suicide. 349
PREVIEW; CELTIC FESTIVAL OF WALES. 257
property matters: Essential services will be cut when all this money has to be repaid. 469
property matters: Neighbours left me with no way out. 226
property matters: The second leak was a drip too far. 162
READERS IN APPEAL FOR MORE TIME AT LIBRARY; Author joins call for late opening. 532
ROSS GETS OFF SCOT FREE; McCormack red card appeal upheld - but ban for Gyepes. 345
Search is on to find the Lottery winner who has yet to claim a pounds 96,404 prize. 238
St Davids 2: It's not full but it will be - eventually; Development is attracting quality retailers, says agent. 442
STRAIGHT TO THE point. 376
The 118 service that is coming to you from jail; It's true. Convicts in US answering your text queries. 397
THE WANT2WORK SCHEME MAY MAKE A LOT OF GOOD BUSINESS SENSE. 276
Three steps to happiness; In a 50-year career Kenny Rogers has seen it, done it and taken the photographs. Emily Lambert meets a true country music icon. 606
three things you mustn't miss tonight. 86
Time to work on upper body; GO FOR IT WITH YOUR PERSONAL TRAINER. 135
Twisted obsession that ended in fatal stabbing. 486
Vorders opens new-look, ultra-modern student library in the capital. 353
Walker set to discover Glam's true feelings following poll victory; New Glamorgan president Peter Walker. 462
WHAT THEY SAID BY TERRY PHILLIPS. 311
WHO COULD'VE PREDICTED IT? Critics left furious at pounds 4,500 of taxpayers' money being given in a business grant to couple to set up company to contact the dead. 914
Woman hit by bus in city centre. 107
Youngsters take on Scotland. 109

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