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Articles from South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales) (October 8, 2015)

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Title Author Type Words
'250,000 children will be hit by tax credit cuts'. 456
'Chepstow always signals the season getting into gear'. 467
'Without the youth club I wouldn't have anywhere to go and have fun'. 530
A change of direction. 167
A close call as TSW are beaten in a thrilling first match; VOLLEYBALL. 514
AMs approve organ donor regulations. 408
Appeal over assault after man charged. 134
Archives focus on life in US. 156
Baby Felicity 'looks like a tiny doll'. 458
Better maths skills are on the cards for pupils at bridge club. 449
Blind presenters make history; THE ECHO PAGE WRITTEN BY YOU AND ABOUT YOU. 263
Boks await if Wales lose against the Wallabies; SOUTH AFRICA.......... 64 USA ................................. 0. 477
Bright ideas. 248
Bugged by the bloomin' buggie. 503
building bridges. 387
Bumbling Georgians stumble to second win; NAMIBIA ..................... 16 GEORGIA..................... 17. 184
Cameron defends the killing of Cardiff jihadi Reyaad Khan. 247
Centre Giteau is the latest injury scare for Aussies. 260
Chance to win awards for breakfast. 110
Chef Kaptan will spice up gala dinner for Velindre. 724
children's book of the week. 249
confidential; closet. Interview 301
Conman swindled. 275
cook with the kids. 120
Cyclists ride 50 miles to aid Noah's Ark hospital. 409
Dad's fundraiser aids Ty Hafan; THE ECHO PAGE WRITTEN BY YOU AND ABOUT YOU. 288
Davies in talks with Scarlets. 311
Dig out your wellies to aid Bobath. 102
dressed in the dark. 175
dressed to impress. 174
England warm-up test key. 410
Everyone a winner with free bus travel. 295
Ex-bishop jailed for abuse; BRITAIN BRIEFLY. 114
Exciting new hockey development role for Abdo; hockey. 328
Family pays tribute to dad. 113
Feel the draw of drawing; The Big Draw is back this month so get involved and show your artistic side. 783
Go beyond the Wall in Cumbria; KATHRYN BEESON. 1022
Hall to be turned into community facility after PS1m makeover. 391
Have your say on walking and cycling routes. 216
Health conference members back campaign. Conference news 166
Heart charity celebrates two years of work. 394
Here's why England failed to beat us... 384
How Fergie, Jordan and Churchill are helping drive my promotion dream... 1343
If I can do it, pretty much anyone can, says homeless student studying at Cambridge. 488
late breaks. 237
Lost owl's owners found. 234
Man charged with murder of road death police officer. 172
Man was attacked with Samurai sword. 443
Matthews ready to take his place at the top table; TABLE TENNIS. 308
Mum backs lung disease campaign after dad's death. 611
Museum gets tough in ongoing pay row. 496
No sign of stress ghosts and ghouls are keeping Wales spirits high. 1019
Nurse cycles across Wales to raise charity cash. 110
Old bus station flattened ready for new BBC HQ. 358
PM rallies Tories with 'Greater Britain' pledge. 228
PS300 from bereaved pair's charity. 281
Reason I joined Wales? No egos in camp, says fitness guru Stridgeon. 674
Russia in Syria missile assault; WORLD BRIEFLY. 166
Scientists' breakthrough in treatment of arthritis. 238
SEE IT... WANT IT; Perfect man cave ideas which mean you'll never want to leave the house. 143
Simply stylish; TV presenter Jameela Jamil's debut 11-piece collection for Simply Be lands in stores and online this week. EMMA JOHNSON reports. 202
Small houses making it big for charity. 115
So who do you think you are? 114
Son speaks at trial of trio accused of murdering his dad. 725
splash of colour. 333
Stephen Moore When you think hookers [...]; David Pocock, Israel Folau, Michael Hooper, Bernard Foley and Matt Giteau might have been making the headlines at the World Cup but what about the unsung members of the Australia team? Rugby correspondent ANDY HOWELL picks the five figures who have played key roles in the resurgence of the Wallabies... 667
Suspended sentence for revenge porn posts. 476
Taxi crackdown must be all year round. 302
Team get in the pink to raise funds for hospital. 258
The highway... MY way; PAUL COLE takes to the roads of Brittany in a motorhome and finds that Britain has a lot to learn. 1359
three of the best. 120
Tigers and lions show is cancelled after outcry. 442
Tragic tails can have happy endings; PICK OF THE DAY PAUL O'GRADY FOR THE LOVE OF DOGS (ITV, 8.30pm). 303
Train journeys will be slower than the 1970s, union claims. 317
Two city universities say they won't be linking up with USW. 440
UN imposes 'false marriage' on world. 204
Unsung hero Hal is hitting the right notes on pitch... 963
Vintage treasure trove to raise money for Ty Hafan. 576
Vote for your favourite half marathon snap. 211
WE SAY. 162
We've got a licence to thrill as we aim to finish at the top - ace Baldwin. 630
WEBCHAT; Patients could be forced to lose weight or stop smoking before they are eligible for routine operations in Wales. 165
Welsh words set to be compiled in university project. 279
You have to fake it to make it; As research for Confidence Month reveals a third of young people don't feel confident, JESSICA ENNIS-HILL and DAVINA MCCALL share some of their personal self-esteem-boosting tips. 950

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