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Articles from South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales) (April 7, 2010)

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Title Author Type Words
'Double vision' trees match strength of Clarke and Duffy's poetry. 99
'Please don't build on our town's green lung' Petition launched to halt houses. 439
'POLITICIANS NEED TO LISTEN TO US MORE' AS Gordon Brown stood on the steps of Number 10 to announce the date of this year's general election and the major political parties rushed to weigh anchor on their official campaigns, CLARE HUTCHINSON went into the capital's coffee shops to find out which issues were closest to voters' hearts. 856
'VOTE AND YOU BURN IN HELL!' Threatening leaflet warns Cardiff Muslims over participation in the general election: 'It is part of our civic duty to vote'. 426
A Mongolian adventure in rusty old 4x4. 470
Barca simply too good - Bendtner. 425
Barry launch campaign to get people playing the game; TENNIS. 291
Belgium star picks Cardiff for video. 374
Birthrate at highest level since 1970s. 200
BLAKE AIMS TO KEEP HIS PLACE IN CITY SIDE; ... Even if that means at the expense of club captain Hudson. 642
Bluebirds seven get Wales call. 448
Bluebirds' injured trio are poised for return. 212
Blues face up to centre injury crisis. 203
Brilliant Richardson is staying with the Devils. 518
Cairns tipped as minister; ELECTION BRIEF. 88
Cash spent on Pierhead 'outrageous' pounds 80,000 go on opening events. 487
Champions County keep on winning trail with ease. 180
Child's eye view on TV. 86
Children learn Wembley way. 116
City look to lift their play-off hopes by ending rivals Reading's top-six bid. 275
Clearer targets to help disruptive pupils. 169
Confident Biggar happy to deliver for Ospreys. 374
Don't waste money on this; VIEWPOINTS. 279
EMMA AND ROID HAPPY AT LAST; International Tortoise Association based in Sully finds new homes for animals nursed back to health after suffering neglect. 547
Energy plant seeks permission again. 200
Fergie heightens mystery over Rooney return. 288
Festival of laughs; The Cardiff Comedy Festival is aiming to establish itself as a staple of the UK's comedy calendar. Organiser Scott Fitzgerald tells Dave Owens why this year's event is even bigger and better. Calendar 581
Get in the swim with this new cash boost; SWIMMING. 336
Give Valleys a chance to prove it; VIEWPOINTS. 336
Harvey hits top form for his British title bid; KARTING. 709
Headlands show off skills with tournament success. 254
Heroin user, 40, died in subway outside school. 269
Hibs storm back to book their semis place. 213
Hotshot pupils scoop Gaelic football prize; GAELIC FOOTBALL. 432
Is it too late for our society? VIEWPOINTS. 254
Leaders looking Streets ahead still. 136
League rivals set up clash in search of cup final glory. 444
Major section of new bypass open to motorists. 245
Man found hanged after drinking with friends. 505
Memorial for Tass Lazarou; NEWSBRIEF. Obituary 82
Memories of a super milkman; VIEWPOINTS. 252
Museum visit inspires art. 176
National service can fire Hollywood dream. 470
Neighbours charitycharity; NEWS BRIEF. 87
Newport are back on track. 168
No-one to take on holiday now I've lost my wife; ASK DEBS FINANCIAL AND PERSONAL ADVICE FOR THE OVER 50s with Deborah Boyce, engagement manager for the merged older people's charity Age Concern Cymru and Help the Aged in Wales. 592
Opera sensation Potts reveals tumour scare; Britain's Got Talent star gets behind charities. 650
Pair head to Paris for fundraising run. 157
Pick of the day. 173
PREVIEW; Lawrie - Long Welsh Weekend Tour. 287
Rebecca is really hitting the heights to earn her place in the Welsh team with a smooth climbing performance; CLIMBING. 360
Rees has the Khan inspiration; BOXING. 318
Rejuvenated Pontypool win again. 158
Roberts stars in silver show in Holland; ICE HOCKEY. 281
Rosie's marathon a day; Runner attempts 27 courses for children's hospices. 640
Search for enterprising award winners. 187
Sexuality is political after row in a B&B. 782
Shop to pay race claim student pounds 3,750; 20 months to win payout. 603
Sky's not the limit for star man Cavendish. 255
Sleep walk for mums who are up all night; Women out in their pyjamas to support terminally-ill children. 508
Something for everyone at Nicola's play centre. 542
Sparks flew when Lyndsey and Andrew met at work. 412
STRAIGHT TO THE point. 437
Success for students in a battle of Britain; UWIC SPORT. 415
Swshi's best, East andWest; Lamb and laverbread sushi -it may sound unlikely but a Valleys couple hope it will become an East meetsWest culinary success story. Lydia Whitfield discovered more. 1172
The battling Celts are beaten by the Outlaws; NETBALL. 332
THESE CANDIDATES WANT YOUR VOTE; With Gordon Brown signalling the start of the general election campaign race yesterday, three of Wales' four big parties were immediately ready to launch their campaigns. ALED BLAKE and ANTONY STONE were there to see what Labour, the Conservatives and Plaid Cymru had to say in Cardiff. 903
three things you mustn't miss [...]. 81
Vale show the golden touch with fine display; KARATE. 346
Vaughan has high hopes in Hunters' Chase. 183
Water draining is very worrying; VIEWPOINTS. 225
WE'LL GET IT RIGHT; No slip-ups from the Bluebirds this time, says Joe. 372
Welsh aces put down markers for big event; FENCING. 243
Welsh fans handed treat for triathlon; TRIATHLON. 188
Win tickets Cardiff City v Reading. 204
World waits for the big return of the Tiger. 236

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