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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (February 28, 2007)

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'Confused' investors failing to take full advantage of tax-free savings plan. 619
100% plus mortgages on the up. 194
14st Connor, 8, to stay with mum after losing 1' stone. 272
A whole hospital's worth of beds are 'blocked'. 836
Acorn boss's latest expansion drive towards pounds 100m-a-year. 396
Admiral on a voyage to seek business in foreign markets. 483
Airbus workers to discover their fate. 124
Aircraft engineering work allows GKN's profits to soar. 382
Ambitious plans for electrical industry's bright spark. 670
Avis in reverse aftermarginsrevision. 180
Barrages needed. 158
Bendtner's strike puts the Blues back in pole position. 293
Berbizier calls up three for Wales clash. 296
Blow for Gunners as FA throws out Carling appeals. 332
Bookies insist Wales are not the underdogs in Rome. 351
Brown's community service for immigrants idea 'a gimmick'. 494
Brunstrom calls for frontline stun-guns. 255
Burberry is grilled about child-labour in China. 600
Care company set to expand. 409
Charles faces rap after Mac attack. 379
Chinese tiles giant Arrow takes aim at the European market. 376
City vow to fight charges against Jones and Walton. 651
City's red-hot promotion fight will really fire up young guns. 545
Couple quit life in sun for vineyard dream. 578
Creative plans for expansion in Scotland. 128
Doctors screen 999 calls to ease pressure on ambulance service. 863
Donny has some advice for troubled stars like Britney. 358
Dragon Helpers targets charity fatigue. 327
Dust off your flask and sandwich box as the family day trip is back in vogue. 667
E-crime is a far greater threat than many small firms realise. 580
Easy does it as Martinez can cheer Swans boost. 1035
Easy-listening band show a Keane edge. 411
Evans' suspension is a double dilemma. 627
Exhibition organiser B2B ceases trading. 444
Exploiting motorists. 366
Ferrari's to rise again, thanks to staff's spirit. 593
Four charged with perjury 17 years after murder trial. 667
French authorities look to question 888 director. 118
From mining in Wales to fighting in Burma. 945
Funding injection for new homes project. 292
Heard the one about the PM, the Northern Ireland Secretary and Rhodri's Ian Paisley joke? 855
Help needed before job losses, not after. 788
Help! My kids didn't miss me-and my husnand's started ironing. 557
High Growth Programme builds on success. 555
Hollow promises. 205
HSBC puts finance icing on Finsbury's cake. 305
I wish to do all I can to help businesses succeed. 589
I'll back Roberto for glory, but I did not put in word for him. 748
I'm ready for cup, says Vaughan. 517
Investment has still not solved bed-blocking. 472
Job cuts blame. 132
Labour must explain itself on coalition. 361
Lesson of Canute. 361
Man in 20s dies after 'coasteering'. 120
Marriage is not the cure for problems in society. 555
Mentally-ill farmer killed police dog with a scythe. 699
Mining sector leads the way in Footsie plunge. 382
MORNING SERIAL. 470
OHC Groupto expandafter pounds 21mbank deal. 267
Once Michelin-starred Walnut Tree Inn closes. 535
Peel is the best No 9 in world, insists ace Jones. 976
Pension worries a global concern. 523
Personalised care revolution for social services in next 10 years. 413
Pixies. 707
Plaid plans patients' rights contract. 276
Police arrest the husband of special constable Nisha over her murder. 712
pounds 50,000 loans 'to clear debt'. 199
Powergen adds heat to domestic energy price war. 331
Price of a stamp could rise by 6p. 124
Quest is on to find Achiever of 2007 and best at sales and e-commerce. 500
Real cost of lost pensions is pounds 900m not pounds 15bn say financial experts. 241
Retailers ask Mandelson to change dumping rules. 448
RETRO REPORT-FEBRUARY, 2004:Most inept bank robber in Welsh history. 310
Saints are Wilde as they put City out in semi-final clash. 554
Seven days off school for Welsh pupils. 298
Six travellers die in Swedish bus crash. 287
Supermarkets realise Fairtrade goods make business sense. 1126
Swansea-Cork freight ferry sails again. 208
Swedish bank strengthens its South Wales office. 753
Training for life beyond rugby. 860
Ukip plan to scrap Assembly. 185
US recession fear andChina slump spark fall. 344
Visionary future with Indigo. 303
Wales aims to set the pace with 2011 deadline for zero-carbon new buildings. 563
Wales take up the Euro challenge. 216
We were robbed of Mason's life and now we feel devastated that the law has let us down. 531
Whitchurch on the march up league. 180
Why these Dove ladies sell better than Zeta. 802
Winter is second mildest on record. 125
Work to begin on pounds 7m office development. 264
Workers keen to cut CO[TM]. 108
Workers pay for the rise in pension costs. 564
WRU chief backs Gareth and team to turn it around. 655

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