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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (November 17, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
'Brother told soccer star he didn't kill black teenager'. 558
'Don't take me out too far, I can't swim'. 519
'I never want to carry the coffin of one of my pupils ever again'. 682
'If I can do this, I will give the same opportunities to those who want to improve themselves and their future job prospets'. 1049
'Playground peacemakers' take on scourge of bullying. 672
'Sex slave' jury sent home. 122
'Traffic light' food labels wait for stop or go sign. 408
A right royal. 1141
Academics get tips on how they organise school meals in Rome. 630
Animation a reality in world of tomorrow. 509
Are rugby matches the way we celebrate our heritage? 990
Balancing act between haves and have-nots. 315
Bank keeps inflation target at 2%. 383
Blair is pressed on future of CSA. 175
Bluebirds score with veggie food. 270
Byrne to test himself against Boks great. 890
Careers site up for award. 176
Climate change fears inspire fresh approaches to lessons. 184
Dangerous nuclear power not the answer. 554
Deal on EU budget 'difficult' says Straw. 240
Diana's duplicate wedding dress goes up for auction. 368
Editorial Comment Bold action is needed to help airport grow further. Editorial 485
Fathers missing out on paternity leave. 313
First bird flu death confirmed in China. 353
Flood warnings. 205
Giggs and Davies sorely missed as tiny Cyprus shine in Limassol against lacklustre Welsh side. 1101
Hi-tech links to aid Welsh medium nurseries. 373
Hilton's manager is best in the UK. 300
How my copy-cat kid is making me lose my natural voice. 464
How The Beatles link a paddling pool, a bank and a go-kart track in Wales. 735
Husband lived with wife's body for five months. 568
Japan ready to rise to the World Cup challenge. 391
Jones makes his Mark in a tempestuous friendly. 469
Lasting impact of imitation. 158
Learn how to balance your piggy bank. 648
Legal & General in pilot pensions scheme. 317
Let down by Plaid. 157
Letters Blair's antics have endangered funding. Letter to the Editor 278
Littered with eco-learning. 171
Lynette inquiry police bail officer. 195
Meaningless Wales shaky from first minute to last. 878
Monty set to guide his young troops through Test battle. 949
Morale warning as a quarter fear redundancy in 2006. 215
More ways to fly out of Cardiff. 515
Nicola reaps rich rewards. 313
Now this is what you really call a political gravy train. 586
Number in work hits a newhigh. 248
Our industrial past can pay dividends. 779
Pay-back time. 164
Petrol price war at the supermarkets as crude cost drops. 801
Pick of the legal crop gathers in Cardiff for gala night. 335
Plaid MP's Iraq civil war warning. 753
Police merger risks up to 1,000 jobs, says union. 504
Politicised police. 190
Protection kit not fitted on bomb death vehicles. 780
Rhodri's fears about PE. 183
Robinson denies Henry's spying claim. 567
Robots may be coming to a home near you. 570
Rookie keeper saves the nation from humiliation. 508
Sainsbury's recovery speeds up. 512
Science equipment now on loan. 226
Self-employment woos Wales' young. 200
Simon Jones to be new face of Jaeger. 277
Sniper faces death penalty. 337
So you want to work in furniture manufacturing? 285
Something completely different to capturemoments of magic at your wedding. 671
Staff swap sharp suits for overalls for a good cause. 111
Students in 24-hour challenge. 109
Swansea students support revamp. 337
Tayls, Wales lose out in battle for centre. 583
The future is tidal. 193
They're only really allergic to common sense. 579
This will be just like winning my first cap, beams Dafydd. 959
Ton-up John has title in his sights. 352
Tosh: We were dreadful. 545
Training agency tries to plug leadership gap. 469
University move out of city 'will never happen'. 846
Wales News Bulletin Pupils tested for E.coli. 121
Wales News Bulletin Skull belonged to family's grave. 134
We love Tenby. 577
We've got one of our Lions back ... but from four years ago. 1107
Welsh estate agents on alert as female valuers' coffee 'drugged'. 1272
Welsh patients risking vitamin overdose. 817
Welsh university launches scholarship to lessen debt burden faced by graduates. 274
Why litter picker Rob finds the view at the top of Snowdon is just rubbish. 547
Wind power reality. 283
Worries over cost of quango pensions. 300
Wrexham star books passage to World Cup. 268
Young benefit from tributes to war dead. 366

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