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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (February 7, 2008)

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'I could remember the plane hitting the fence at the end of the runway. That was the end of it' Darren Devine pays tribute to the victims of the Munich air disaster, 50 years on. 1038
Actor died after taking a mixture of medicines. 347
Actor died after taking a mixture of medicines. 353
Balcony-leap dad not likely to face trial in UK. 332
Ball hopes to roll off with 'Olivier'. 290
Barca deny Mourinho hunt. 241
Bid threat to jobs at Northern Rock. 384
Bob Bon Buddies to move to new pounds 1m site; Expanding Valleys sweet maker needs larger premises. 496
Bristol heart op surgeon 'had my full confidence'. 572
BSkyB hit by loss on its ITV stake. 396
BT set for push in mobile phones. 297
coffee break: QUIZ OF THE DAY. 176
Commonwealth mourns death of King George VI; RETRO REPORT. 296
Could you help keep your community 'connected'? 540
Cricket: Gilchrist does not expect IPL restrictions from the Aussie bosses. 221
Cricket: India mission can spice up Glamorgan battin. 595
Developing counseling help for the 21st century; UNI VIEW. 415
Devils boost as Darling hitch comes to end. 470
Edwards looks for bright future after Luton nightmare. 445
Famously fat boy Billy may have been a victim of his genes not just too many buns; Obesity study using twins makes strong case for nature over nurture. 909
Flynn hails his young guns as they bid tomake Euro dreama reality. 805
Flynn hails his young guns as Wales eye Euro dream. 1021
Football: Lift for Wales in a victory stroll. 127
Garden to receive 'essential' pounds 1.9m to clear its overdraft; Grant from WAG will also be trebled. 735
Garden to receive 'essential' pounds 1.9m to clear its overdraft; Grant from WAG will also be trebled. 936
Get your feet on the property ladder for 99p... incentives offered in bid to revive faltering market. 1060
Global warming 'not entirely to blame' for ice-shelf collapse; Research says glacier was full of faults. 550
Grief at loss of inquisitive girl in blind cord tragedy. 293
Guitarist keeps his mentor in mind; coffee break Preview Buffalo Gil Crosskeys Hotel, Crosskeys. 378
Historic lifeboat station saved from demolition. 103
Holocaust remembered with a special event. 225
Home cooking; coffee break Vegetarian haggis with warm butter bean and spinach salad. 194
Horse Racing: Hughes gets Blue. 534
I had to hide the body. I didn't want to be charged with a murder' Accused denies he attempted to divert police suspicion from him. 747
Insurance broker to create 85 more jobs; Moorhouse to invest pounds 8m in major Caerphilly expansion. 469
It's a winning start for Capello, but he faces some work. 940
It's great to be playing for Wales right now, says Simon. 563
Jobs boost at car parts firm after factory reorganization. 541
Joe has taught me life's not about ascribing to a norm but more about finding the good in situations; Welsh author Nia Wyn has sold thousands of copies of her book 'Blue Sky July'. Today Penguin is publishing the book and plans to take it worldwide. 2425
Letter: Address answer. 111
Letter: Fight sinister plan. 256
Letter: Language envoy? 153
Letter: Parents' choice; OPINION. 247
Letter: Using Welsh; OPINION. 114
Letter: Wear masks, please. 112
Letter: Why I went public with these issues; OPINION. 336
Making a good start will pay dividends in the end; EDUCATION WALES A MINISTER'S VIEW. 545
McCain emerges as Republican front-runner as Obama and Clinton split successes and rethink tactics. 658
Moonoo brings digital design expertise to greenfield. Company overview 306
Morning Serial; Hole: Kidnapped in Georgia. 483
Officer denies ever having been a thief. 239
OPINION: If Wales wants icons there's a price to pay; COMMENT. 452
OPINION: Second glance. 464
Parents win eight-year fight for justice over son's death; Manslaughter conviction for Greek doctor after man's death from fall. 665
Petrov strike makes it a bad start for Nigel. 386
PM to allow phone-taps to be used as evidence; UK & WORLD NEWS Decisions rests on key conditions over national security being met. 633
PM to allowphone-taps to be used as evidence; Decisions rests on key conditions over national security being met. 636
PMSS moves in to consult on power. Medical condition overview 289
pounds 20k; That's the startling cost of an official probe which found councillors had wrongly claimed just pounds 130 in expenses. 639
Robinho's moment of magic seals poor clash. 418
Rugby Union: Carry on screaming, it's just great, says Shanklin. 505
Rugby Union: I'm holding on to Irish shirt, vows Jackman. 398
Rugby Union: Make your transfers NOW; Fantasy Rugby sponsored by 815
Rugby Union: Mallett in call to his Azzuri. 355
Rugby Union: Now prop Sheridan joins the long England injury list. 355
Rugby Union: Phillips vows to make most of his fresh start with Wales. 870
Rugby Union: Signs of a second coming as Warren redeems our self-belief. 928
Rugby Union: Twickers was great but let's focus on future. 974
Rugby Union: Wales can expect to face a very different Scotland. 640
Scouts join call to get unhealthy and bored British children out and about. 932
Seeking a secure financial future as a visitor attraction. 198
SPORTS HORTS: Battling Dale has sights on semis. 110
SPORTS HORTS: Champ Rees out to unify division. 112
SPORTS HORTS: Lloyd is facing his biggest challenge. 124
Superheroes' powers go from sci-fi to let's try. 278
Sven puts his faith in new boy Benjani. 479
Take action to get some political sway, arts bodies warned; Don't wait until the funding is under threat, says former chairman of forum. 621
THE FTSE 100 Index edged; city market report. 288
The future of Wales is at stake as we begin to build the vital skills to take the country forward. 1001
They said what? coffee break. 228
Tornadoes kill at least 52across the United States. 409
Toshack's men take another step on the road Racecourse show to World Cup glory with super. 1342
Toshack's men take another step on the road to World Cup glory with super Racecourse show. 1280
tv today's: Philip's blast from the past. 539
tv today's: Star file Cher. 268
Two-goal Jason reminds Tosh just what he's been missing. 689
uk news bulletin: Super casino 'to bescrapped'. 112
uk news bulletin: Tube commuters in tunnel rescue. 115
Uproar as school drama Grange Hill's cut in its 30th year; Show no longer reflects the lives of children - BBC. 838
Used to being late, Wales now has the opportunity to learn from others' mistakes; EXPERT VIEW. 831
Veggie power may replace diesel on tourist buses. 554
wales news bulletin: Driver had 13 crammed in car. 108
We didn't know the railway would be open when we booked the minibus to go to the rugby... The first train service from Ebbw Vale for 46 years began yesterday, after a pounds 30m investment in stations, track and signals - and three years of delays. Rhodri Clark joined the passengers on one of the first trains. 686
Website can help schools and colleges going green; EDUCATION WALES. 435
Wolves hit out at ticket move. 222
world news bulletin: Chad government 'in total control'. 110
world news bulletin: Poison-horror toddler off critical list. 105
Writer picks up a Penguin deal. 112
Writer's tale goes back to a time of icy Wales; EDUCATION WALES. 239

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