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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (April 11, 2008)

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'16-children' scampair pocketed pounds 85,000 in benefits. 540
'Bomb' dug up at opencast mining site targeted by protesters. 263
'Community will benefit' from wind farm plan. 415
'Rates cut not enough to stop economy slowing'. 223
'Yet another kick in the teeth' for junior doctors. 294
10 things; ...you need to know about Jason Soudah. 321
A GREAT LITTLE INVESTMENT! In association with motorswales.co.uk. 372
Adams is unsure of his future. 271
After performing at the annual South By Southwest music festival in Texas, Welsh musician Christopher Rees went on a pilgrimage to Tennessee, the birthplace of the music that inspires him. Here the Box Office columnist shares his travelogue. 851
Alliance aiming to bring world class business talent to Wales. 433
An epic Journey; visual arts; Artist John Rogers has spent considerable time working on his new exhibition - more than two decades in fact. Julie Richards finds out how his global travels inspired his paintings. 656
Another cut likely soon as borrowers wait to see if lenders give relief; Bank warns of 'sharp' slowdown. 856
Attack on junior doctors cannot be justified: Western Mail; COMMENT. 467
Aussie ace Dizzy set to jet in next week. 436
Baby survives being run over by train; world news bulletin. 120
Better work-life balance is tempting IT professionals tomovehere from London. 508
Bluebirds are back in black. 167
BMW'S ULTIMATE SALOON. 500
Box Office; inside track. 389
Brave, disturbing, and some of the best acting you'll see; Equus new theatre, Cardiff ****. 422
Call for 'arm's length commission' to allocate resources between UK nations. 301
Cars just wanna have fun... In association with motorswales.co.uk. 387
Champions League is all about money - Ramos. 398
Champions League is all about money - Ramos. 382
city bulletin: Wall Street saves FTSE from rout. 546
Cleaners swept off their feet as more people pay for housework; Hectic lifestyles behind sharp rise in demand. 869
coffee break: Home cooking; Rib of beef with sweet potato chips and garlic mayonnaise Waitrose. Recipe 289
coffee break: QUIZ OF THE DAY. 136
coffee break: Strings trio look to turn up the heat; Preview Pluck - Musical Arson Torch Theatre, Milford Haven. 340
coffee break: They said what? 284
Cricket: Glamorgan coup as they get second Test match. 468
Crude oil has weakening dollar over a barrel. 131
culture vulture; Maxim Vengerov inside track. 259
Dafydd-Elis rejects Archbishop's claim of 'devolution mess'. 303
Davies: We have to start winning. 302
Decks of death cards given to troops; RETRO REPORT How we covered... 285
DSG profits warning as Currys courts customers with cut-price deals. 321
film reviews; Leatherheads PG, 113 mins *** REC 18, 78 mins **** Shine A Light 12A, 122 mins ****. 952
First Minister caught up in traffic pile-up drama. 661
five live on this week's to-do list; centre feature EDITOR'S CHOICE. 263
Five-year Daihatsu warranty. 318
Football: United can do it again, says Nev. 497
Football: We must win five out of five if we want to make play-offs, says Loovens. 720
Forget April showers and watch out for tornados. 137
French & Saunders Still Alive; wales millennium centre, cardiff ****. 325
Golf: Cardiff star is hungry for a Masters invite. 412
Golf: Club golfers are handed Celtic Manor final incentive. 350
Golf: Double winner Loucks is Wales' new African queen. 494
Golf: Griffiths' regional success in West Country opener. 136
Golf: Masterful displays from British threesome. 974
Golf: Masterful displays from Rose and Poulter. 712
Golf: Smith lands Tenby title after play-off against Mills. 183
Gosden plans Raven's prep race. 286
Grand Cherokee with Grandeur; In association with motorswales.co.uk. 339
Harris proves a big hit for Sussex. 339
HIGHLY strung; One of the world's most important events for young musicians - the Menuhin Competition - opens in Wales tonight. Karen Price speaks to the son of the famous founder centre feature. 923
Hope for homeowners as rates slashed to 5%. 189
Horse Racing: Happy Dobbin signs off with Carlisle joy. 661
Horse Racing: winner of the 2005. 154
I don't think I'm cold; Patricia Hodge has worked hard throughout her career to avoid typecasting but some roles will always stick in the memory. The actress talks to Gavin Allen about her new play, The Clean House, and stepping into Margaret Thatcher's shoes. 729
I don't worry about getting older; Popular leading man George Clooney is back - and this time in a romantic comedy. Rob Driscoll becomes the envy of women everywhere by meeting the handsome and down-to-earth actor. 1135
I've nothing to prove after my nightmare at Twickenham; Marshall insists he has learned lesson. 815
In search of the 'God Particle'. 122
Is there room in the National Museum for more than art? Radical plans could see Wales' National Museum, in Cardiff, become a gallery for the nation's artistic treasures, with scientific and archaeological exhibits housed elsewhere. But should we tinker with a museum whose supporters say its very success lies in its offering NO says Gordon Dalton, an eclectic mix of science, geology and the arts? 1202
Joe refuses to gamble on his big chance. 508
Junior doctors may strike over plans to scrap free digs; Debt-ridden students also face pay cuts. 624
Keane has sights on higher things. 318
Kidnap plot 'targeted Beijing Games' world news bulletin. 113
Lehmann angry at his European snub. 252
Let's get straight to The Point, I hope the Cardiff music venue survives... the playlist. 398
Letter: Athletes should lead calls against China. 349
Letter: Badgered by unions. 131
Letter: Grow up, Clarkson! 375
Letter: Knee-jerk reactions. 186
Letter: Plaid trio to blame. 197
Martinez hopes to tune his Swans aim to close: "into TV heaven as out season in style" with the Swans news. 1360
Mazda backs an Olympian. 368
McCanns angry over leak of remark by Madeleine. 385
Meet the Welshman in a legal battle with two Americans who believe he could end our universe; But fears are unjustified, says scientist. 671
Morning Serial; Hole: Kidnapped in Georgia. 553
Mugabe and rival to attend emergency African summit. 209
Negative reaction to nuclear power plan; New generation of plants 'poses greater risk'. 654
New horizons for miner after sale of Anglesey site. 553
new releases reviewed; Accelerate Warners *****. 729
No 10 keeps Plaid three in the dark on joining the Lords; Party's elected nominees must wait on Brown. 627
OPINION: So many hurdles to overcome in taking such short steps in life; The pensioner. 461
Our right to fresh air has gone up in smoke. 272
Parry snubs Hicks' demand to quit Anfield. 366
Peter &The Wolf; wales millennium centre, Cardiff ****. 439
Porn and property has made the working-class lad from Penarth one of Britain's richest people. 264
pounds 200mplan for data 'motorway' of 21st century; Rhodri hails 100-job'tool for development'. Company overview 637
Prison a revolving door, says Plaid; wales news bulletin. 132
Punish parents too, says top Tory. 198
Racing for votes... Beany's already on the campaign trail. 358
Rates boost for business. 586
Renault steers into the future. 251
RIO GOES TO TOP OF CLASS; In association with motorswales.co.uk. 396
Rocky is baby No3for Flintoff; uk news bulletin. 111
Royal Mail apologises for Welsh language 'glitch'. 130
Rugby Union: De Villiers has some concerns at fly-half. 360
Rugby Union: Jones seeks golden finish to campaign. 542
Rugby Union: Shanks will get back on track - Howley. 848
Rugby Union: Sidoli bound for West Country. 237
Sales hot up for Land Rover in Siberia. 312
Scarlets star is predicting an Arms Park derby-day thriller. 1038
Sect-raid police find child-marriage bed; world news bulletin. 114
Shake-up call as scores of councillors elected unopposed; Fresh ideas needed to stimulate interest, says ex-council leader. 688
Shannon - three women bailed; uk news bulletin. 107
SHARP AND STYLISH; In association with motorswales.co.uk. 476
Silverjet shares soar after takeover talks are confirmed. 188
Skating's not so n-ice and easy. 156
SPORTS SHORTS: Disappointing final for Haffield. 109
Spy-in-the-sky knows exactly where gritters are now - and where they're most needed; Hi-tech aid will save lives and workers' time. 524
Support your local high sheriff. 125
TAKE YOUR SEATS FOR NEW IBIZA; In association with motorswales.co.uk. 252
Talks face clash with opening fixture. 414
Teacake victory for M&S costs Treasury pounds 3.5m. 279
Tesco triple-sized store plan to create 300 jobs; Retailer proposing to demolish and then rebuild Cardiff supermarket TESCO. 468
THE INTEREST RATE CUT: Estate agents across Wales give their verdict. 408
THE INTEREST RATE CUT: The Principality gives its verdict. 356
The new estate symbol. 455
the view; visual arts. 395
Threat of windfall tax entices pounds 225m offer to cut power bills; Ofgem to help decide howenergy firmswill spend millions in profits. 627
Touareg unveiled. 199
TWINGO IS A GROWN UP CAR. 224
Video shows bomber saying goodbye to baby. 640
VOLVO'S SPORTY HEAD TURNER; In association with motorswales.co.uk. 443
wales news bulletin: 'Done deal' on incineration. 208
wales newsbulletinbulletin; Orphaned otter cubrescued. 159
Wales TV talent search begins in. 111
Walking in the footsteps of GIANTS. 567
We have done nothing wrong, and we think in due course this will be proven; Football club owners 'shocked' a arrests following corruption probe. 434
We're not going bananas, there's a reason for waste! 540
Why I signed, by Shaun Edwards; In-demand coach happy to commit future to Wales. 1049
Wing wizard Varndell out to deepen Ospreys gloom. 230
Worst over with protests, says Games chief. 284
Your stars. 554

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