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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (July 18, 2007)

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Title Author Type Words
'A vote of confidence in Welsh legal talent'. 488
'Classroom assault on pupil after Chuckle Brother jibe' 'Teacher assaulted pupil over jibe'. 571
'If more women designed our towns and cities we'd be happier living in them'. 887
'Interest rate rise will reduce commercial property deals in UK'. 495
'It was particularly important for us to ensure respect for the environment'. 1634
'Opt out or we'll take it you're an organ donor'. 571
'Pendine Beach' painting could fetch pounds 500,000. 337
Accused's illness halts trial. 106
After five years' battle, lost pension pay-out lifted to 90%. 581
Alba revenues drop after restructuring. Financial report 390
Alder King made Trident Park agent. 270
AM wants a law to say what children can eat in school. 206
Another profitable year for buy-to-let landlords. 390
Are you heading for a life of Beer and Mash or Champagne and Caviare? 603
Borrowers owe far more money than they think. 495
Builders urged to use skills training grants. 351
Calzaghe is ready for biggest challenge in great Dane Kessler. 589
Cardiff devastated by league decision. 180
Cardiff is the worst UK city for motorists, says insurer. 277
Catrin will boost airport's Welsh language usage. 176
Celtic Manor creating more than 40 jobs. 284
Change in procedures to deal with icy roads needed after cyclists' deaths, says Welsh MP. 345
Charities' income increases 8.6% to pounds 10.9bn. 381
Christian father and son 'paedophiles'. 513
Coastal path could be swept away by the sea. 625
Controversial private equity firms told to slash their screen of secrecy. 688
Court hears recording of wife allegedly planning to murder husband with drugs. 1355
Cricket: Harmison is ruled out of series by surgery. 173
Cricket: Shaw pitches in over injustices Worcester flood row highlights. 655
Cricket: Simon can get back to best, insists Willis. 307
Deadline for counter-bids in battle to buy EMI. 304
Don't shut us out, say Welsh business leaders. 624
Don't wrap children in cotton wool, but let them take risks, urges minister. 286
England must respond to Indian test. 586
Explosives blow apart stricken tanker. 328
Family links to big names of the past. 382
First-time buyers now face waiting a further 11 months. 325
Football: City must wait as big target Fowler takes time. 677
Football: Earnshaw's former agent is fined over Baggies transfer. 567
Football: Keane vows to get best out of Kieran. 434
Football: Proctor at the double but Burnley take the honours. 407
Football: Scotland blow for Swans. 283
Football: Slim lead for Saints ahead of Latvia leg. 462
Football: Tevez in limbo as Hammers refuse medical. 434
Former Tory AM seeks nomination. 124
German bank wins auction for TES Aviation Services. Company overview 572
Golf: Dredge ready to show his critics were wrong. 365
Golf: Fired-up Tiger is ready to show he's the daddy. 397
Golf: Loch Lomond slip fails to deter Mickelson. 296
Golf: Nice guys do win majors, insists Euro ace Padraig. 881
Government should revoke nurse's deportation, says MP. 280
Hawes returns to Deloitte's as partner to lead its business recovery practice. 249
High cost of hiring rogue tradesmen. 208
Homes and school planned for factory site. 417
How the Penn story began a new chapter. 677
How to win customers among the @ generation. 947
Improved sporting chances ahead, says JJB. 390
Isn't is great to see our children graduate... now let's get divorced Kids' big day can mark end of a marriage Graduation day can mark the end of a marriage. 603
It pays to take your company history seriously. 500
It's a Peter's pie...and it's hot business stuff. 845
Italian scheme is part of firm's grand design. 598
JCB digs into the global market. Company overview 215
Law firm's role in support contract with NHS. 365
Legal firm consolidates offices under single roof. 202
Letter: Doctor Who giving Wales a new image. 203
Letter: Don't kill. 431
Letter: Language expense. 407
Letter: Recycling challenge. 308
Letter: Rethink TB policy. 122
Man accused of biting off tongue. 138
Man charged with triple murder. 112
Millions wasted on administration of compensation scheme for sick former miners. 623
MPC's interest rates deliberations revealed. 414
Netalogue, which specialises in internet catalogues and e-commerce solutions, is quoted on junior stock Exchange Plus Markets. 119
Networking service set to expand. 109
Number of couples declaring themselves insolvent likely to triple in three years. 274
Number of incapacity claimants in Wales falling. 259
Nurses' morale at 10-year-low as they fear for future. 246
Penn has new director. 149
Police investigate shop assault. 104
Pont look good as the battle hots up. 201
Potts' first album to top the charts. 186
Pupils' GCSE papers faked by teacher with Tipp-Ex. 1024
Railway announcements 'should be in English first'. 354
RETRO REPORT-JULY, 2000: Villagers fear nudist beach attraction. 282
Rugby Union: Edinburgh court threat over dispute. 523
Rugby Union: Gareth has to make the most of Henson X-factor. 1167
Rugby Union: Wales aces are told to cash in on the field after pay deal. 653
Rugby Union: We'll silence critics-Williams. 443
Rumours fly that two more phone-in scandals are brewing at the BBC. 266
Russia takes time coming up with 'adequate response' on expulsions. 546
Sergo investing pounds 1.5m in building on the success of Valleys industrial estate. 502
Sharper cutting edge for engineer. 289
Swansea tycoon buys Cardiff offices. 260
The key to transforming public services in Wales. 893
The Legacy of Alexander Cordell. 1476
The Mercury Music Prize-guaranteed to leave you feeling stuck in the past. 686
Thumb of girl, nine, severed by flying brick. 127
Tissues for tears win the day for WNO marketing team. 386
To be truly effective in this highly competitive environment, the FSB needs allies from across Europe. 661
Union to escalate Royal Mail strikes. 121
US ready to holdtalks with Iran. 109
WAG-funded website sent gallery's visitors to its rival. 703
Warning of interest rate rise after disappointing inflation figures. 498
Waste drums tipped at N-plant in quake. 123
Watchdog says Galloway concealed Saddam cash. 650
We encouraged her to talk to her dad on the phone. 900
Welcome to Chez Building Site and the cat who got the wet cement. 538
Welshpool expansion will mean more high tech jobs. 382
Why did it take so long to get pensions justice? 473
Will housing associations shape future homes market? 531

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