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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (January 30, 2008)

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'If you murder someone you can stay and if you steal from someone you are chucked out' Philip Lawrence widow attacks deportation law. 743
35 at Wales Audit Office say they have been bullied. 788
A&L bank reveals full extent of credit hit. 367
Airport launches a 'fly direct' campaign. 666
Arctic snap blow to 'warmest' January. 229
At least 15 years' jail for 'ruthless' pounds 53mheist gang; UK & WORLD NEWS. 407
Bank turned blind eye, claims rogue trader; world news bulletin. 112
Barclays commercial team director appointed; in association with Wales's foremost bilingual communications agency. 159
Bonkers to want fewer Welsh MPs, says Murphy. 386
Bopara has hunger to prove himself at top level. 707
Borrowers rack up penalty fees. 239
Boy, 6, was killed crossing bypass. 195
Cameron leaves MP Conway out in the cold over payments to 'researcher' son; UK & WORLD NEWS. 304
Capital gains and losses in rule change; your money. 604
Carberry so close to century. 161
Chambers vows to stake claim. 503
Chancellor's tax raid on the most dynamic sector of our economy will damage us all; The long view. 742
Cheltenham Festival is still on agenda as O'Neill ace ready for return to action. 199
Citizens salvage a draw. 229
Clinton ready for Tarver crunch. 402
coffee break: On this day. 168
coffee break: QUIZ OF THE PAY. 170
coffee break: Reaching for the top of the world; Preview Wynebau Newydd S4C. 377
coffee break: Toffee profiteroles with pineapple and basil cream; Waitrose. 173
COLUMNIST: Morning Serial; Hole: Kidnapped in Georgia. 569
COLUMNIST: Pam fod wal yn bwysicach nag eglwys neu gastell. 588
COLUMNIST: We are losing money to a bloated vanity project, the Olympics 2012. 841
Computer game player suffers DVT; RETRO REPORT. 287
Cost of shutting down N-plant up a quarter in two years and rising. 476
Dragons battle back and claim a precious point. 883
Estate agents seek further delay in the Hip operation. 532
Florida race for the White House close; world news bulletin. 110
Football: Adebayor on target again as Gunners go back to top; Arsenal 3 Newcastle 0. 642
Football: Benitez sure of deal for Javier. 354
Football: Boro blast has Wigan spinning into danger; Boro 1 Wigan 0. 399
Football: City flair blow to nouveau riche QPR's dreams. 1047
Football: Curbs warns Toshack on Hammers. 295
Football: Hutton poised to move south to join Spurs. 430
Football: McAllister back to Leeds as new boss. 437
Football: New boy Prica in fine show; Sunderland 2 Birmingham 0. 207
Football: Priceless point for Fulham; Bolton 0 Fulham 0. 122
Football: Swansea show their steel to earn vital point with a brilliant show at big rivals. 1242
Former solicitor elected Church in Wales bishop. 243
FSA team ready to tackle any City rogue. 339
Funding breakthrough for Wales' children's hospital; Cardiff LHB set to back revised costs plan. 571
Hicks is hero in cup drama; Carmarthen 3 TNS 1. 148
How empowering and trusting staff can double your turnover; University of Glamorgan academic Dr Paul Thomas, right, sparked a massive debate with his call to strip out layers of management in private industry. Here he counters some of the responses to his arguments. 590
If you know what's what apply to be in Who' Who. 305
Inquest told of al Fayed 'rant' UK & WORLD NEWS. 347
Is it time to turn off the stations or build new ones. 1171
ITV shares ruling costs BSkyB pounds 343m. 388
January sales fail to revive fortunes on the high street; Worries about the economy mean people are still spending less. 722
Kumble hails Harbhajan decision as lift for the game. 529
Lambert Smith Hampton secures pre-press property. 223
Law must protect religion - Rowan. 242
Letter: Collect your change. 340
Letter: Flights of fancy? 230
Letter: Labour to blame for post office closures. 235
Letter: Our planning powers. 205
Letter: Prepare for floods. 183
Letter: Wider Welsh identity. 250
lights at our nuclear power to keep the lights turned on? 820
London Olympics savaged as 'this bloated vanity project' Welsh film chief angered by loss of lottery funds. 713
Magic office block to match city's landmark roundabout. 383
Marketing co-ordinator qualifies for role at City & Guilds; in association with Wales's foremost bilingual communications agency. 184
Millionaires, parties and prizes-my night at the bingo hall; After Christine Bradfield's pounds 1.1m bingo win, reporter Blair Wood tried his luck at Merthyr's Castle Bingo Hall. 534
Motorbike death trial told driver pulled out. 405
MP's murder brings more death and destruction onto Kenya's streets; UK & WORLD NEWS. 300
Nearly 45,000 will lose home, surveyors warn. 324
News of Tooth Fairy inflation is a kick in the teeth; mum says. 505
No respite for China hit by killer blizzard; world news bulletin. 109
Now canoe polo is making a splash in old mining area; Canal basin is ideal for the growing sport. 599
O'Sullivan keeping faith in the flops. 405
Opportunities in green energy. 189
Orb invests in workforce's future in steel site upgrade. 608
Police seek Welsh support in battle to secure full pay award. 385
Policeman fined by force for fatal crash. 277
Politicians call for public funding to end 'arms race' of election spending; Tax payers' cash could be linked to broadening representation. 622
pounds 1.5m adds 15 rooms to care home; Bank's specialist manager takes care of project. 435
pounds 300,000 boost to help bio-tech firm open R&D centre in capital. 605
pounds 5,000 TO BE WON; Western Mail icWales... Fantasy Rugby sponsored by 322
Rugby Union: De Luca puts a strong case for the defence. 515
Rugby Union: Gatland gambles on Ospreys' 13 to pull off daring Twickers heist. 902
Rugby Union: Narraway happy to answer call from England. 595
Rugby Union: No-nonsense Gatland puts faith in a Liberty landslide. 1243
Scientist takes on executive post. 281
Signed, sealed, delivered - book-keeping by numbers; Purpleforce pack launched. 513
Small isle with a big history. 185
Solar fridges for Africa deal clinched; True Energy's export success. 512
Son guilty of drawing his dad's pension for four years after he died. 213
Stars of the commercial property scene line up for industry Oscars; The People in Property: Props Awards Wales 2007 celebrates the creamof the Welsh commercial property sector. Here we unveil the finalists in four more categories. 1394
Tell your success story and be in with a chance; IN ASSOCIATION WITH Business School University of Glamorgan. 422
Terror leader plotted to kill soldier 'like a pig' court told; UK & WORLD NEWS. 558
The island is a magical place, though it's hard to put your finger on why' Welsh family chosen to live on Scottish island. 682
The UK is the pits for having 'fun' at work. 230
Tinopolis finds the golden touch; TV producer lifts turnover by 40%. 689
Turner steps down as British head coach. 130
Typical... you want to see a robin but all you get is a Choco toucan. 436
US-cut hopes give Footsie a leg-up; city bulletin. 411
Vultures are looking to swoop on SocGen; Analysis. 501
WAG bus policy crashes at the very first bend; COMMENT. 438
WAG's fuel duty hike leaves bus users facing higher fares and service cuts; Decision 'makes mockery of One Wales policy'. 826
wales news bulletin: Safety concerns prompted walkout. 110
WALES: Ascot clash for big rivals. 389
Watchdog attacks Government on jails; uk news bulletin. 109
We'll be playing the Welsh way, insists wing wizard Williams. 704
Westwood fired up for his desert battle. 242
Whole region scoring in Ryder Cup countdown. 489
Wife blinded husband with anti-freeze for death payout; UK & WORLD NEWS Judge warns of long sentence for calculated attack. 706
Wife devastated at football row death; uk news bulletin. 105
Wylfa's like an old car, the risk of an accident increases with age; Fears over bid to extend life of N-power station. 629

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