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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (July 18, 2008)

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' Trust trigger' by tots who breastfeed. 155
'Canoe' wife weeps as she blames husband for fraud; Whatever John wanted to do, he did in the end, accused tells court. 622
'Gentle giant' killed in M4 crash; NEWSROUND. 169
'I watch almost helplessly as each and every member of my family, experience in their own way the pain of losing Kelly' Grieving dad tells of his devastation. 835
'Our Trevor' helps Trade Centre Wales take top radio award. 256
'This is high-wire politics - victory is in their grasp but there is a terrifyingly long way to fall' As Barack Obama prepares to embark on a whistle-stop world-wide charm offensive, David Williamson examines why the Democrat camp is so anxious. 794
'WORLD'S BEST CAR' ON SALE AT VICTORIA PARK MAZDA. 353
A summer packed with fun and creativity; So what are you doing during the long school holiday? Karen Price finds out what's happening near you and asks the experts - the kids themselves - what they're getting up to. 936
Accused 'gutted' over car park fight death. 340
Bad boy turned good or a threat to Olympics? Chambers in court bid to overturn ban. 645
Beatrix Potter book illustration sets auction record. 173
Biodiesel efficiency project launched. 146
Bluestone complex openswith the aim of redefining holidays in the UK. 229
BMW aims to cut cost of motoring. 329
BMW LOOKS MEAN - BUT IS GREEN! 58 PLATE THE NEW 58 REGISTRATION GUIDE. 427
Call for A&E staff to help in fight against violent crime. 475
Cathedral-like gallery a fitting venue to worship Sir Kyffin's masterpieces; Artist played big role in designing exhibition space. 789
city market report. 362
Council workers threaten a three-day autumn strike. 589
Cricket: It's scenic route to success for rookie Pattinson. 609
Cricket: Smith relishes getting the better of Flintoff. 547
Crime falls across rural Wales while urban South's rise tops all 43 forces; Official figures show Dyfed-Powys down by 15%, Gwent by 9%, but South up 2%. 939
culture vulture; Gwenith Hughes. 174
Dad issue is not black and white. 147
Dame Judi and Cranford lead the British charge for Emmy glory; NEWSROUND. 244
Details of hospital children found in a puddle; 'Mistake' was one of 150 cases of data being lost at Welsh NHS trusts. 739
Disturbing picture of Wales in crime figures; Western Mail COMMENT. 461
Dog which bit PC to be destroyed; NEWSROUND. 291
Don't let the credit squeeze stop you spending quality time with your kids; 'Playing with the little ones need not cost a lot of money'. 795
Drifters' singers go with the flow; Coffeebreak Preview The Drifters Rhyl Pavilion. 357
dvd digest; new to rent from monday. 234
Ex-Lynette investigator fears IPCC report may be altered; Former police officer tells of 'review'. 509
Family may take legal action over inquiry into drug death. 372
Fiat Pandas to the family's needs with their new Mamy. 196
Film reviews. 817
Firebomb scare for Welsh Secretary's family; RETRO REPORT July, 1980 How we covered... 283
First Tesco contract is Oat-So-Good for cereal company. 159
Footie champ's a disco king too. 138
FURTHER EDUCATION FOR MINI FANS; 58 PLATE THE NEW 58 REGISTRATION GUIDE. 299
gavin allen; sound bite visual arts. 400
Golf: It's title for Sullivan as he turns on the style; wales. 216
Golf: Price is on a quest to revive faltering game; wales. 924
Golf: Woosie faces big threat from the Great White Shark; wales. 398
Government is told to apologise to Equitable victims, but wait for compensation continues. 546
Groundbreaking learning scheme still shrouded in a 'funding fog' Report confirms concerns already expressed by teaching profession. 624
Guarantees that led to a pounds 1.5bn liability. 156
Hi-tech business IQE re-forecasts profits - upward. 503
High-mileage bargain cars. 238
Home cooking; coffeebreak Roasted tomato tart. 219
home is where the art is; IT'S BEEN FIVE YEARS SINCE JUDITH ISHERWOOD SWAPPED THE SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE FOR THE WALES MILLENNIUM CENTRE. SHE TELLS RIN SIMPSON HOW SHE'S SURVIVED THE UPS AND DOWNS OF BEING A WOMAN AT THE TOP The WM interview. 2261
I want City defender, but Boyd not going - Smith. 553
I'm happy to still be in with a shout. 366
IMF has brighter outlook on economy. 314
inside track; the movies. 422
It's back to championship struggle for Glamorgan; WALES. 537
KIA PUTS THE 'SUPER' BACK INTO SUPERMINI; 58 PLATE THE NEW 58 REGISTRATION GUIDE. 537
Leading the charge; Vauxhall's Insignia is one of more than 20 cars about to be unveiled at what is described as a 'make-or-break' British International Motor Show as Steve Hughes discovers. 799
Letter: Cash is being sought. 220
Letter: Festival 'a pleasure'. 112
Letter: Grammar's incorrect. 135
Letter: Martyrs died for this. 141
Letter: Reactor reaction. 199
Letter: They myth the point. 262
Letter: Water success story has been missed. 212
Licence fee could fall after digital switchover. 237
LITTLE DIESEL GIVES CORSA BIG APPEAL; 58 PLATE THE NEW 58 REGISTRATION GUIDE. 554
Luxury housing developer upbeat on Newport scheme; Edward Ware committed to the Edge. 515
Lyle chucks it in after 'meltdown' the open 2008. 396
Marriage chop is always hurtful. 162
Martinez only sees his future with the Swans. 563
Martinez only sees his future with the Swans. 508
McDowell vows to weather the Birkdale storm; the open 2008 ... all the action from Royal Birkdale. 935
Meet this generation's ET - robot WALL.E; the movies Forgot George Clooney and Brad Pitt, the big screen star you will be falling in love with this summer is a rust-covered robot. Rob Driscoll meets the man behind WALL.E. 1159
More bobbies on the street and less police form-filling. 421
Morning Serial; Marilyn and Me. 604
MP in call over second homes; wales news bulletin. 128
Murat wins pounds 600,000 for Madeleine libels. 577
music matters: The jazz men; Two Welsh musicians have been nominated for the coveted BBC Jazz Awards. Karen Price catches up with Ian Shaw and Gwilym Simcock. 818
No fool like an old fool - and I don't mean his wife! 336
Old punks might like a quiet life. 117
performing arts Apolitical STAGE; Greg Owens will be drawing on his real-life political experience when he stars as the Lord Chancellor in a summer production of Iolanthe. Gavin Allen asks him how his time as a leading councillor is helping him prepare for the role. 896
Proms First hits the right notes; tv today's. 909
QUIZ OF THE DAY; coffee break. 165
Radio 2 DJ Chris Evans expecting first child with wife Natasha. 179
Radio2DJ Chris Evans expecting first child with wife Natasha. 181
RENAULT KEEPS CLIO IN FASHION; 58 PLATE THE NEW 58 REGISTRATION GUIDE. 490
Rugby Union: Nou mission for Ospreys. 1111
Rugby Union: Ospreys are set to splash the cash for top-class No 9; WALES. 719
Sad Bangor hit for six; Bangor 1 6 Midtjylland. 151
Saints are hit by a late strike; FK Suduva 1 0 TNS. 218
Sales boost for Blacks Leisure as holidaymakers are intent on camping in UK. 394
SEAT UNVEILS NEW IBIZA SPORTCOUPE; 58 PLATE THE NEW 58 REGISTRATION GUIDE. 265
Shark seen near shore 'may be unwell'. 150
Solar venture G24i's chairman named as 'force for good pioneer'. 297
Star file David Baddiel; tv today's. 266
Stylish skin for the new generation MazdaRX-8. 363
SUPER GREEN GOLF TEES OFF. 177
Tearful parents tell of agony of losing beautiful daughter Kelly; Mum and dad speak out after teenager found guilty of murder. 1003
THE OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP; Birkdale diary... 521
the pensioner. 505
The RAC's games for a long car journey. 152
The RAC's games for a long car journey. 152
They said what; coffeebreak. 291
Thousands in Wales were left in worry and hardship. 195
Time running out in search for fast-growing businesses. 576
Tortured mum placed flowers where her girl's body was found. 532
uk news bulletin: Another young man stabbed to death. 130
uk news bulletin: Gulliver's travels take cat 300 miles. 125
uk news bulletin: Poorer areas gain charge-free ATMs. 111
uk news bulletin: Turn off your PCs, civil servants told. 125
visual arts: A lasting legacy; The much anticipated new gallery dedicated to the work of Sir Kyffin Williams is launched on Anglesey today. Karen Price finds out more about the inaugural exhibition. 756
wales news bulletin: Mother and son convicted of feud. 156
Welsh-speaking congregation of City of London church locked out of building; Diocese and wardens fail to come to an agreement over future plans. 920
Woman nearly killed crossing train tracks is caught on CCTV. 268
world news bulletin: City cracks down on misbehaving tourists. 122
world news bulletin: French plan to ban under-18 drinking. 115
world news bulletin: McDonald's robber in Big Mac final. 118
Zimbabwe official inflation soars to 2.2m%. 381

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