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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (March 23, 2005)

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'Bin there, done that' to scams. 674
'Limited powers' for pensioners' champion. 261
'Not only is the food for children junk, it is badly cooked junk'. 515
'Rebellious consumer' opts for the personal touch. 729
2004 was best yet for C&A. 193
Accountants go for the treble. 244
Alladin offers hope to stroke victims. 417
American becomes Freshwater PR director. 189
Angel wings and fairies. 364
Baby's remains found in a suitcase in attic. 1237
BBC's old chestnuts. 137
Bishop's cheek. 185
Bouncers cleared of crushing reveller. 540
British Vita agrees to be taken down the private road. 306
But now it's back to the 'nitty gritty' for Wales' star of the Six Nations. 1505
Call for minimum wage to be capped. 210
Cardiff complete the double over spirited Llanharan side. 305
Ceredigion rugby coaching hopes. 326
Chemical spill closes A470. 326
City rivals axe manager. 150
Collective effort benefits the whole team. 358
Comic tells Jackson trial of call. 285
Consider walk-in centres, urges Plaid AM. 347
Consumer decides that customer knows best. 433
Cuddy demolishes rivals. 412
Dame Tanni close to tears at Palace ceremony. 236
Delia Smith. 672
Doctor Who's time machine plays up again. 1126
Easter message drowned out by talk of chocolate. 394
EasyJet remains upbeat. 216
Eight from Wales in the final line-up. 598
Failure to use skilled refugees. 332
Final countdown for Glamorgan master batsman. 734
FLOWER POWER Floral towns reap dividend. 893
Food fair fans swallow hard as cash cuts threaten endto gastronomic get-togethers. 807
Group has the solutions for England. 406
Henman keeps dream alive. 166
How not to waste your money in unnecessary taxes. 622
How planning your will can earn tax break. 737
Howell's fantasy XV nets pounds 1,500. 358
I hope Robbie reverses quit decision. 729
Improving business start-up rate is vital. 340
Inflation static again. 183
Issue of top-up fees hangs over universities. 583
It couldn't happen here . . . could it? 976
Jobs go at British Gas. 114
Keen eyes on market after holiday break. 382
Let them shoot and fish if they wish. 160
Litigation specialist joins Dolmans. 204
Make your reputation a true market advantage. 690
Making sites accessible to all is good business. 480
Man U misses goals as its income slides. 466
Management boost for waste awareness. 430
Minister at awards. 204
More branches grow for Acorn. 231
More jobs available next quarter, say employers. 448
MRSA bug row deepens despite favourable figures. 518
My best childhood memory a:. 163
My kid is great a:. 125
Never stop learning and never fall out with the boss's secretary. 302
NHS is unwell. 160
Noisy menace. 243
Northern Foods makes pounds 50m pledge to plug pensions deficit. 315
Nostalgic return for Toshack. 729
O[TM] to call up 2,000 more staff. 192
Our boys can rule the Six Nations for years. 771
Parents hit out as MRSA kills newborn. 726
Payout for late post costs millions. 332
Playing their way to. 333
Police kill swordman driving against traffic. 582
pounds 32m food plant ready. 103
pounds 60m Jubilee Line fraud case collapses. 342
Poverty a problem for remote homeland. 384
Prayers and healing. 126
Profitable future lies down Memory Lane's way. 700
Property, equities good, but wise to look for spread. 610
Protection for former miners in Wales. 471
Reaching the past. 190
Record of 14 defeats from 17 Tests means Williams should go, says Weir. 385
Religion not central to poll campaign, says Blair. 170
Reservation rampage teenager admired Hitler. 510
RETRO REPORT-MARCH, 1996:Vanished phone box returns. 348
Skin cancer putting lives in the shade. 628
Stealth tax of the cash points. 1143
Steve bale (Daily Express rugby correspondent). 519
Subaqua is proving a shrewd market investor. 176
Switch pays off for Bruno. 168
Ten-year plan to accelerate region's economic growth. 609
Tidal energy. 246
TNS maintain lead over Rhyl. 143
Tosh a shambles? Fantastic more like, raves Robbo. 645
Tosh calls on Collins to make his mark for Wales. 897
Turning the Valleys' abandoned coal pits into tomorrow's gold mines. 639
Two raids on Lara's creator. 447
Water and gas power Footsie away from drop. 470
We'll rally around Tosh, says Earnie. 335
Weak dollar blamed for setting off IQE plunge. 402
Wealthy investors warned. 187
Welsh fans facing a Testing time for Lions' tour of New Zealand. 234
Welsh rugby. 268
Woods prefers Jones to Joe. 164
Woodward may opt for the best of both styles. 840
Working at fun can soften the Easter diet body blow. 466

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