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

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Title Author Type Words
'Champion' of alternative power. 186
'I truly hope students past and present appreciate what they had in Edmond Fivet'. 713
'Put medical equipment on the fair trade list'. 419
'Rather than the old stability pact withLabour,ared document with a green tinge, this is a synthesis of the policies of two parties'. 1166
'Wales must do more to boost achievements of children in care'. 805
A new beginning. 448
Afternoon naps 'may harm children'. 179
Are dark blue suits really that scary? 1352
Are small rural schools as wonderful as we believe? 645
At the start of a new era, our best wishes. 447
Atletico face fans' revolt over Torres. 308
Balancing future of rural schools. 590
Blackouts and fires plague Greece. 143
Blair yesterday wore the same shoes to Prime Minister's Question Time So Claire Hill asked six prominent Welsh people, 'What do you. 759
Bottomdollar makes the US better holiday value than Europe. 822
Broadhall sells stake in Celtic Springs to venture partner. 479
Butterfly postercan net a prize. 111
Call for monitoring of children's reading. 570
Cherie Booth v Sarah Brown:. 433
Cricket: Gladiators are in command. 229
Cricket: Skipper Collingwood goes on the attack. 360
Crucial extracts from the One Wales Labour/Plaid Cymru coalition document. 780
Doctors in Wales warn against English-style health policies. 1205
Fashion guru Liz Claiborne dies. 126
Figures speak for themselves. 386
Football: Coleman looks Real deal. 887
Football: Jones aims to sign up Wright man. 565
Football: Malouda for Blues? 156
Football: Martinez in swoop for ace Bussy. 564
Football: Real's silence as Coleman in talks. 519
Football: Sven will do top job, says Lundin. 386
Football: Target for Sunderland. 157
Football: Tosh and Jones is fantasy. 121
Football: Young at heart of City hopes. 304
Former mayor faces further adjudication over use of council laptop. 186
Gas pipe rupture delays flights. 146
Gimmick-free show gets the nod. 406
Gold standard sponsorship deal for Faenol Festival. 290
Grief-stricken man shot by police is off critical list. 456
Hain's appointment with Prime Minister Brown. 153
Hawtin 'stronger' with acquisitions and resulting increase in rental income. 350
High school kicks off city's ambitious plan. 208
Higher education is key to economy. 492
Housing plans for 'Bible' site. 155
How five Plaid AMs changed their minds and helped shape history. 801
Interest rate rise and dismal weather blow to retail sales. 697
Is your firm licensed to watch Wimbledon? 263
Jaeger in fashion as sales increase. 225
Justice has not been served, say families of cyclists killed by car on icy road. 709
Labour now not out in the cold but horrified members could play up. 289
Letter: Blair's achievements. 225
Letter: Cervical cancer fight. 274
Letter: Leave MPs out of it. 235
Letter: Left rudderless. 277
Letter: Planning conditionsblatantly ignored. 189
Letter: Right deal for Labour. 288
Long-serving Tory peer announces retirement. 347
Massive changes and more to come. 655
Migrants workers face risks at work. 369
More rain on the way to flood-ravaged Britain. 459
Morgan faces anxious wait as ICC weigh up compromise on top job. 508
MORNING SERIAL. 550
Office air-con too chilly? China boosts your case. 633
On board at Pure Wafer. 114
Orpheus 'outcast' joins choir breakaways. 527
Pack launched to help learning coaches unlock youth potential. 269
Pensioner 'died' five times. 104
Plaid gamble could be celebratedforgenerations but deep waters lie ahead. 291
Political pot of gold, but no sign of a rainbow. 395
Proposal to remove 'irrational barriers'to early abortions. 512
Pupils chew over new campaign to burst bubble of waste gum menace. 787
Rare poppy springs back to life in wet weather. 280
Red letter day as Scarlets get go-ahead for new home. 542
RETRO REPORT, JUNE 1999: Charlotte surprise at Murdoch media wedding. 273
Robbers forced to leave pounds 153m behind, court told. 757
Rugby Union: Charvis is better than ever. 1039
Rugby Union: Friendly in France plan is ditched. 293
Rugby Union: Grewcock World Cup hopes are wrecked. 271
Rugby Union: Injured Tindall faces a race against time to make it. 346
Rugby Union: Jamie vows to avoid Cup heartbreak. 638
Rugby Union: Ruddock relishes meeting mighty Ospreys. 1219
Scalding case mum told son to kill himself, court told. 258
Schools fight to retain right todecidedailyopening times. 709
Smiles, jibes, an apology of sorts and an extraordinary standing ovation for Blair's big exit Commons. 643
St Davids builds progress for its pilgrims. 667
Stunning dress a triumph for Youngji, 12. 213
Ten killed in Israeli raids on Gaza Strip. 177
Tennis: Federer progress delayed. 261
Tennis: Henman ready to show he's true Brit. 438
Tennis: Roddick beats the rain to score. 270
Tennis: Serbian pair keep up their challenge for title. 504
Tennis: Serena looks for that sister act to lift her game on road to success. 467
Three accused of pounds 22m lottery scam. 153
Time to salute the jokers in the pack as we peek into our dark past. 488
Top student Peter builds career. 144
Tributes from all sides for Blair as Brown takes his place in Number 10. 1108
Tycoon 'too absent-minded' to hack into emails. 312
Valleys manufacturer builds niche in globalisation battle. Company overview 560
Violent pupils taking toll on majority of teachers. 214
What happens next? 206
What the colours you wear say about you. 323
What this means for the Liberal Democrats. 370
What this means for the Welsh Conservatives. 310
When Cardiff was at the centre of a crisis. 729
Your stereotypes please... hunt is on for successor to Mondeo Man. 723

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