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Articles from South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales) (July 20, 2011)

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'Cannabis conspiracy' Group plead not guilty to drugs charges after haul found in car. 404
'Children hate stigma of free school meals'. 379
'LET DOWN BY THOSE I TRUSTED' Rupert Murdoch faces a barrage of questions from MPs about phone-hacking scandal - and he's pelted with a custard pie. 1579
'Mini-me' Ben cashes in for club. 169
'My job shows me how lucky I am' IT CHANGED MY LIFE... Kieran McCoy was ready to hang up his uniform after 30 years as a firefighter, but he knew he wanted to continue working with people. He tells Kirstie McCrum why working with the deafblind has changed his life as well as theirs. 780
'No amount of money will ever make up for what's happened' Family paid pounds 5m damages after 11-year legal battle. 586
'Royal wedding was a washout for business' Car wash boss writes cheeky letter to couple - and gets reply. 407
'Women should know partner's violent past'. 165
Bay helped to victory by Viney brothers; SAILING. 333
Best looking specs wearer. 107
Bride walked down aisle with dying dad by her side. 602
Briton shot dead while on holiday; AROUND THE AROUND THE WORLD WORLD. 246
Call for end to parking chaos; 'Not enough manpower to deal with it'. 418
Campaign of hatred must stop; Yousay IN YOUR OPINION... 293
Cardiff's countdown begins with a free day of sport. 480
Cashless payments the way forward. 289
CEREMONY 6 Wednesday July 20 [...]. 1996
City is running out of space for new houses; Berman calls for regional approach to protect green spaces. 594
Clarke in push for NI Open. 205
CLICK ON WalesOnline.co.uk. 128
Colbourne boosts his GB hopes; CYCLING. 320
Commons wants Euro lift. 181
Competition is hotting up for Red Bull qualification times; KARTING. 166
Congratulations to the class of Llongyfarchiadau i Ddosbarth www.cardiff.ac.uk/graduation / www.caerdydd.ac.uk/graddio. 1963
Conservative leader unveils new cabinet. 176
CONWAY READY FOR STEP UP WITH CARDIFF; CARDIFF CITY CRAIG READY FOR THE CHALLENGE Scots star sure that Championship has higher standard of football. 645
Councillor's mixed views over St Athan. 112
County's Bignot in Blackpool outing. 202
Cyclists facing pavement ban. 102
Detectives name man found dead. 141
Devils hunt four to complete signings. 325
Duncan dazzles for the Saints; Thomas, Carroll SW League sport@mediawales.co.uk. 302
ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE. 1178
Eventsdiary WHAT'S ON IN YOUR COMMUNITY. 362
Fearless son fought through blaze for mum. 314
Ffion keeps it in family; CYCLING. 103
Firefighters tackle blaze that spread to printers. 618
Forest is a hit with visitors. 109
Four years on, and we are just as committed as ever to save Rumney Rec; Yousay IN YOUR OPINION... 519
Foxy Music set to hit winning note. 361
Gats facing big World Cup dilemma - Rush. 610
GB go for Welsh trio in world bid. 247
Geraint pledges his future to Team Sky. 328
Gillani makes waves as Seasiders make the most of beating rain; Thomas, Carroll Cricket Conference sport@mediawales.co.uk. 364
Golden moments at Talybont for Welsh youngsters; BOXING. 351
Great expectations; Emmy The Great has the sort of name that suggests superlatives, however the events surrounding her new album left her hollow and heartbroken. As she gears up to play a date in Cardiff, Dave Owens discovered how she's wrung musical joy from pain. 927
Harrison's year ends as County celebrate; RUGBY UNION. 605
Hounds on the hunt as they look to outgun the Army; ICE HOCKEY. 300
I think the English must be the most stupid people in the world; YouSAY IN YOUR OPINION. 123
IN BRIEF. 127
Internship works wonders for Natalie. 374
It's all you need in your search for a new career; ADVERTISING FEATURE. 235
Joe delivers knockout opening for Billybanks; New five-bed show home takes housing estate plans forward. 377
Labour names council election candidates. 137
Labour would be in power for ever; Yousay IN YOUR OPINION... 276
Lace up to back charity effort; NEWS IN BRIEF. 113
Living with being different; What happens when you have a condition so rare that doctors struggle to diagnose it? Julia McWatt spoke to families who have to use trial and error to find the best ways to cope with their symptoms. 1427
Maesteg march on with a five-wicket success. 127
Make it easy for elderly to get to the market. 144
MATTHEWS IS 'EXCITED' AHEAD OF BIG RETURN. 516
Morris is no minor player at Mathern; ANGLING. 345
Mott looks to shoot down the Eagles to lift Dragons. 655
New club enjoys success at big presentation night; GYMNASTICS. 203
Pencoed is ready to host Super festival in new season; RUGBY UNION. 263
Phoenix putting their shirts on improved form to climb table. 176
Plasmawr pupils have the chance to light up Future Flames; ATHLETICS. 228
Police warning not to approach 'crutches' man. 296
pounds 30m Tower Colliery plans under scrutiny; Opencast scheme sparks fears over wildlife and health. 644
PREVIEW Rob Deering, Andrew Maxwell - The Glee Club, Cardiff. 330
Railway is on track for another TV appearance; NEWS IN BRIEF. 178
Rangers boss Warnock in no rush for Gabbs. 174
Rebecca killing was 'deliberate and planned'. 426
Remembering our music rehearsals; Yousay IN YOUR OPINION... 146
Residents warned over phone scammers. 201
Retailers still want space in new shopping centres. 330
Royal Mail complaints are up. 106
Rumney lift the Division Two crown despite their late wobble; LADIES BASEBALL. 507
Samoa shambles puts axed Giteau's World Cup in doubt. 356
Schools battle it out to claim the silverware; RUGBY LEAGUE. 522
Scoliosis could have genetic link; HEALTH OUR expert Dr JOANNA LONGSTAFFE Clinical director of the Independent General Practice answers your medical queries. 625
Senedd is 'dithering' over TB badger cull. 293
Seven steps to keep Alzheimer's at bay; Study finds risk factors are linked to unhealthy lifestyle. 459
Sully's delight at winning grant aid for sport sessions; TENNIS. 420
Swann is fan of review system and is looking for extension. 357
Swimmer Lloyd leads next Welsh generation; COMMONWEALTH YOUTH GAMES. 553
The knee injury that nearly kept Parks at home; Record-breaking explorer gets hero's welcome. 596
There are lots of reasons to stop Charles being king; DanO'Neill STRAIGHT TO THE POINT WITH THE KAIRDIFF KID dan.oneill@walesonline.co.uk. 780
Time to end this free meals stigma Call for cashless system - p7; WeSAY IN OUR OPINION. 173
Time to restore old clock. 149
Top-six target for Bluebirds is key, says new boy Cowie. 405
Union 'shocked' at plan to close Jobcentre Plus; NEWS IN BRIEF. 346
Valleys mourns death of Henry; German-born industrialist dies aged 90. Obituary 373
VAT loophole could help with mobility issues; Ask DEBS ADVICE FOR THE OVER 50s Financial and personal advice for the over 50s with Deborah Smith, engagement manager for the older people's charity Age Cymru. 405
Visitors flock to Royal Welsh Show to witness fly-past. 146
Wales' most beautiful babies in the frame for competition prize. 276
WARRICK CENTURY PUTS USK CLEAR AT THE TOP; Thomas, Carroll SW Cricket League sport@mediawales.co.uk. 698
We can survive outside the EU; Yousay IN YOUR OPINION... 292
Welsh users online less; NEWS IN BRIEF. 229
WHITCHURCH TENNIS. 107
Young Wales ready to 'B' stars in big match. 622
Youngsters can net a place at camp; BARRY TENNIS sessions are tailored to. 191
your stars. 1122

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