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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (February 16, 2008)

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'Battle taxis' designed to provide cover for troops in riot situations. 206
'Crazy' spending should be used to fight the Tories. 540
'Ostrich' ministers ignoring true state of Welsh economy. 802
24HRS; Hannah Daniel is currently an English literature student at UCL. She also co-presents ITV1 Wales' late-night action sports series Freeride every Wednesday and Thursday at 11.30pm. 472
600 Welsh Guards poised to fly to Kosovo; Troubled region likely to declare independence. 665
7 DAY TVGUIDE; RHAGOLWG y gorau o raglenni teledu cymraeg TELEDU. 1046
A passion for art, landscape, and the gardens of Wales; Favourite room. 566
A question of design. 518
Addison fears Spanish bid to land Swans boss Martinez. 684
an axe to grind; ANTIQUES with bargain hunter don rodgers Don Rodgers looks at a truly ancient artefact from the dawn of civilisation. 611
Awards to let firms prove they are the real deal; IN ASSOCIATION WITH Business School Western Mail competition to honour top Welsh businesses. 567
BOOKS: 7TH HEAVEN; By James Patterson with Maxine Paetro (Century, pounds 18.99) NEW RELEASES. 337
BOOKS: AUTHOR'S NOTES GRACE WYNNE-JONES; Other women's lives fascinate Grace Wynne-Jones and writing about them helps her to make sense of her own experiences, she reveals. 843
BOOKS: DUMA KEY; By Stephen King (Hodder & Stoughton, pounds 18.99). 323
BOOKS: LESSONS FROM THE LAND OF PORK SCRATCHINGS; By Greg Gutfeld (Simon & Schuster, pounds 9.99) NEW RELEASES. 229
BOOKS: THE INSIDER. 444
border country. 682
BRAIN TEASERS. 389
Brown labours the point over Bevan's legacy as opportunity knocks for party faithful. 728
Buyers snap up homes in idyllic village. 116
Buyers' benefits offer a help up the property ladder in village. 154
BYD ANEURIN - HUNANGOFIANT MEWN LLUN A GAIR, Aneurin Jones, Gol: Emyr Llywelyn, Y Lolfa, pounds 19.95. 343
Chance to bring fantasy of the opera into your living room; An eye-catching selection of paintings, sketches and photographs are among items of art being sold or auctioned next month by Welsh National Opera, writes Cheri Williams. 960
Chattering masses began with a bright idea in a blizzard that changed world; Social networking celebrates a landmark birthday today, as David Williamson explains. 714
city market report. 442
Compensation for oven spray attack. 176
Council officials admit falling short on checking of E.coli butcher's cleanliness standards; Health officer accepted cleaning programme described as 'a joke'. 1159
creu darlun trwy eiriau; CYMRAEG Ar ol ennill Y Fedal Ddrama ddwywaith yn yr Eisteddfod Genedlaethol a dod yn agos i ennill y Goron, mae Manon Steffan Ros bellach newydd gyhoeddi ei nofel gyntaf i'r arddegau, Trwy'r Darlun. Ond yn ogystal a mwynhau sgwennu, mae hefyd yn fam i Efan Dafydd ac newydd symud o'i phentre genedigol, Rhiwlas i ardal Aberdyfi. Dyma gyfweliad gyda'r awdures. 685
Cricket: Colly still going for cautious approach; Auckland. 597
Cricket: Under-pressure Gilchrist delivers on his home farewell. 355
Crystal and china revamp sees sales tumble. 360
De Vries is happy that the tables have been turned. 880
Delia speaks up for Kenyan peas with air miles and cheap chickens. 243
Delia speaks up for Kenyan peas with air miles and chickens. 240
DIGIBOX FIVETOSEE. 709
Discover more than your own space with a walk-in wardrobe; Interiors. 509
Doss res - no mod cons but no rent or mortgage. 230
enter the dragon; A BITE TO EAT at the dragon hotel & restaurant, betws-y-coed. 785
Families' shock over news that man at centre of outbreak was freed early. 405
Family wins pounds 1.8m legal battle after millionaire died in ambulance collision; Trust to pay interest and costs after failed appeal. 759
Farmers' unions demand block on imports after bluetongue discovery; Officials call for ban in order to protect industry. 677
Fast-growing Quartix secures new debt and equity investment worth pounds 12m. Company overview 327
FILM OF THE DAY; FRIDAY 22. 543
FILM OF THE DAY; THURSDAY 21. 618
FILM OF THE DAY; WEDNESDAY 20. 567
FILMS OF THE WEEK. 234
FOOD: a pinch of salt. 343
FOOD: BREW VIEW; BRIAN GLOVER. 134
FOOD: LIQUID NEWS. 243
FOOD: STIR-FRIED CASHEW NUT CHICKEN WITH GREEN VEG. 226
FOOD: STRAIGHT OFF THE VINE; NEIL CAMMIES. 211
Football: Amazing Terry set to return; The fa cup Fifth round Chelsea V Huddersfield Stamford Bridge, 3pm. 223
Football: Benitez on his guard to avoid cup embarrassment for Reds; Liverpool V Barnsley Anfield, 3pm. 539
Football: Blackwell delighted to be back; The fa cup Fifth round Sheffield Utd V Middlesbrough Bramall Lane, tomorrow 2pm. 206
Football: De Vries is happy that the tables have been turned. 1082
Football: FA have some 'serious reservations' on plan. 236
Football: Fergie calls for Munich spirit to lift his players; The fa cup Fifth round Man United V Arsenal Old Trafford, 5.15pm. 612
Football: Heat is on Saints, says Disley; Bristol Rovers V Southampton The Memorial Stadium, 12.30pm. 225
Football: Jones forgets nostalgia to focus on the job at hand of reaching the cup quarter-finals; the fa cup. 1767
Football: Jones looks to evoke spirit of '27 in City's cup quest. 706
Football: Legg has big title warning for Saints. 377
Football: Marshall eyes final repeat; Coventry V West Brom Ricoh Arena, 3pm. 188
Football: Redknapp wary of Preston threat; Preston V Portsmouth Deepdale, tomorrow 4pm. 275
Football: Ward is looking for final repeat; the fa cup. 355
Football: We must keep up our top form to stay up. 798
Forces top young offender figures. 190
Free tips for landlords at buy-to-let workshop. 294
FROM WALES: Peter Kerr; The Cruise Connection (Accent, pounds 6.99). 110
Girl recovers after dog attack. 142
GREEN GODDESS. 871
Hole: Kidnapped in Georgia; Morning Serial. 508
Hollywood drama... where hope faded for young star; As controversy rages in Los Angeles over a threat to its iconic Hollywood sign, Robin Turner recalls the part it played in the demise of a budding Welsh actress. 738
Home cooking; Griddled salmon fillets with spicy lentils. Recipe 215
Homestep offers housing help to locals. 364
Housing debate needs to take the high ground; COMMENT. 480
Hung out to dry; ASK THE ANTIQUES ROADSHOW EXPERTS. 176
Jones forgets nostalgia at hand of reaching the to focus on the job cup quarter-finals; steve tucke with the Bluebirds news. 1765
Julien Macdonald's Gothic winter wonderland wows the celebrities at London Fashion Week; The perfect finale to London Fashion Week. Charlotte Hayden reports from the catwalk edge. 508
Killer ice cream. 155
Lack of Government support blamed as Welsh-language newspaper plans falter. 638
Letter: Failing language. 124
Letter: Share our ideas. 222
Letter: Surrender of UK. 171
McCartney divorce drags on. 144
Memories of dog's valour burn brightly in antiques. 693
mind matters. 630
Murder accused faces extradition; wales news bulletin. 159
Murder bounty on 'Satanic' author; How we covered... 255
Mynd 'nol a 'mlaen; CYMRAEG. 425
Mystery over university campus gun rampage; Student opened fire in lecture hall, killing five before shooting himself. 595
MYTELLY.... 664
New homes project puts green message into action. 169
Older homeowners 'sitting on average pounds 194,000 equity'. 393
OPINION: real politik. 480
Period designs: Gothic; In part two of our ongoing style series, interior designer Andy Bradshaw explores the Gothic period. 778
Phillips answers Ospreys SOS. 116
Piercys Patent; ASK THE ANTIQUES ROADSHOW EXPERTS. 112
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 123
QUIZOPEDIA. 596
RE: Venus; POEM ON 23. 126
Record numbers shed debt burden by going bankrupt; 'Very real possibility of mass bankruptcy and repossession'. 835
Remedy for violence. 289
Rocket blasts past Carter to reach semi; SPORTS WALES. 569
Row over plan to ban hot tea for pupils. 374
Rugby international tackles financial planning. 286
Rugby League: SPORTS SHORTS - Crusaders aim for more success. 130
Rugby Union: Black sees red to cap miserable night for Dragons. 634
Rugby Union: Fantasy Rugby; icWales.co.uk sponsored by CORAL.co.uk. 342
Rugby Union: Fifth-round draw throws up some classic cup clashes. 503
Rugby Union: Gatland gamble will be put to test, insists 'Big Ben'. 860
Rugby Union: Phillips is fired up to prove point to Gatland. 787
Rugby Union: Ruddock could face a dilemma as sons are on road for big clash. 542
Rugby Union: Ryan puts in late show to settle it. 315
Rugby Union: Scarlets happy to hit back with a scrappy success. 922
Rugby Union: Sour grapes cannot ruin vintage time. 609
Rugby Union: Young's out to fire up his Blues after a lengthy break. 803
Sanctity of marriage. 155
Shoppers return with a vengeance as half term and fine weather brings a welcome retail boost. 403
SOAPS: CORONATION STREET. 159
SOAPS: EASTENDERS. 162
SOAPS: EMMERDALE. 162
SOAPS: HOLLYOAKS. 161
SOAPS: POBOL Y CWM. 208
Spirited bidding at first sales of the year. 318
SPOTLIGHTON... 301
Stroll down the Boulevard to see what homes are on offer. 232
Successful 'Rhys Davies' short story given life on air - after author's death. 320
Super-choir entertains fans in Dubai; Preview Codi Canu S4C. 353
Superstore 'superman' to increase retail competition; Commission calls for a new sharp shopping watchdog. 855
Support for Obama grows in poll race. 213
Support for Obama grows in poll race. 358
Tackling the topical issue of rugby and football shirts - and the thousands of not-so-sporting replicas. 526
Tainted fish withdrawn from sale. 112
Take a break from the rugby and look at part-exchange. 216
Take a dip at Penylan House with its mix of traditional and modern. 374
TAKE ONE; DON'T MIND YOUR Ps & Qs Norah Jones on moving from singing to her movie debut with Brit actor Jude Law. 613
Take strain out of move with part-ex. 275
TAKE TWO; DON'T MIND YOUR Ps & Qs Jessie Wallace chats about her jewelled side-line and feeling Wild At Heart at last. 597
the city that's a girl's best friend; Sarah Judd finds a gem of a destination for a short break in the world's diamond capital. 1856
the dawning of a diva; She's been through the death of her father, a sex attack in an alley, plus a meteoric rise to fame and lived to tell the tale in a new autobiography.But despite all that, Rin Simpson finds that Katherine Jenkins is still just a nice girl from Neath who just happens to be living her dream. 2849
the first word. 465
The Last Enemy BBC One Wales, Tomorrow, 9pm; THE WEEK AHEAD. Calendar 206
the media man; Geraint Talfan Davies has been close to public life in Wales for more than four decades. In exclusive extracts from his book, At Arm's Length, he not only touches on the big events, but also evokes the atmosphere of those decades and the changes in Welsh culture and society. 2848
The Property Doctor. 641
They said what? 278
things to do this week. 214
Time-travelling garden with green credentials goes back its roots; The RHS Spring Flower Show in Cardiff has a stronger Welsh flavour than ever before, writes Emily Lambert. 446
torch song; Was Doctor Who's old sidekick Martha Jones dumped? The actress who plays her sets the record straight for Catherine Jones. 951
Tories call for a stop to all building on perilous flood plains; Calls follow dire warnings on homes from the Association of British Insurers. 804
TRAVEL: Plas Dolguog Hotel, Machynlleth; SHORTSTAY. 454
TRAVEL: why brittany's above par; Trevor Peake finds a golfer's paradise amongst our Celtic cousins just a short hop across the Channel. 978
Tributes to Fran as murder accused faces court; Grandmother was 'loving and caring' and will be 'sorely missed'. 331
Troops' deaths blamed on lack of equipment; Coroners slam Government after hearing of supply failures. 643
uk: No action over baby's death. 116
uk: Sheridan friends accused of perjury. 111
Virgin faces pounds 200m payment as it looks to rescue Northern Rock. 405
Wales may block Lions approach. 362
WATCH IT; THE WEEK AHEAD. Calendar 545
We must keep up our top form to stay up. 787
Weird World. 764
Welsh artists' Italian job with exhibition in Rome. 202
When you watched Pavarotti it was like a singing lesson - perfect but with such passion; Fans all over the world were left saddened by the death last year of the great tenor Luciano Pavarotti. Now two Welsh opera-singing brothers are among those who will pay tribute to him during a concert in Wales. Mark and Wynne Evans reveal what he meant to them. 632
WIN an RBS 6 Nations Weekend in Dublin! 281
women's own. 600
world: Cloning puppy love at pounds 75,000 each. 117
world: Crocodile warning as floods hit town. 108
world: UN official condemns 'grim' Gaza closure. 120
Worsley in England squad as he starts his comeback from injury. 236
WRU has duty to curb support of alcohol. 130
Wythnos go wael; CYMRAEG. 412
Zeta's stepson in Swansea movie; wales news bulletin. 119
Zeta's stepson in Swansea movie; wales news bulletin. 114

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