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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (July 22, 2008)

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'Embrace GM or be left behind' Don't be prejudiced against technology, says professor. 783
'I was seconds away from death My face was open to the bone' Mother tells how she survived being stabbed 16 times. 562
Anne Darwin 'lying to save her skin' uk news bulletin. 102
Artist gives rare drawing to help oldest gallery. 185
Better security sought on rivers. 362
Bevan name change dropped after outcry. 377
Boykin's Hitchcock thriller sees team shoot up the racing ladder; harness racing. 515
Brown pledges action to counter Iran's nuclear threat. 281
Charvis taking on the Tongans. 303
city market report. 430
Climate-change study gives edge to Minister's review of woodlands; country & farming Horsing around Wales Environment Link stresses value of trees for our quality of life. 671
Close widening pay gap. 171
coffee break: Audacious' band's got the Irish s; Preview Beoga Talbot Hotel, Tregaron. 335
Creative skills test for butchers; country news bulletin. 102
Criw Ffermio yn heidio i'r Sioe; ffermio. 339
Crusaders learn Super League fate. 205
Cut interest rates now, or 'horror movie' of a recession will become a reality for Britain. 306
Cyfrol i ddathlu y cythraul canu; welsh column. Column 650
Dennehy out to grab his big chance in the Algarve. 683
Dialect shows why Pembrokeshire has been called 'Little England' Recordings given to the British Library. 651
Drogba happy at Chelsea. 154
Fancy a jolly good workout? Just become a rock drummer; 'A gig's more tiring than a football match'. 599
Farmer's delight over decade of campaigning to save Snowdon. 798
Fight for democracy starts after defeated Labour retains control. 405
First stage of institute's modernisation comlete. 184
First turf racecourse in 80 years; turf talk. 367
Fit-again Jones is raring to go for the Swans. 570
Five pounds each for Welsh Blacks; country news bulletin. 141
Fresh challenges in the great GM debate. 158
Gallacher promises emotional end at Stradey. 385
Golf: Harrington ready to build on Birkdale win. 638
Grieving family wait for news on NZ murder. 171
Harrington ready to build on Birkdale win. 638
Healy makes apology. 164
Hero Welsh para on a injured mates shot by quad bike pulled own side to safety; 'When I heard what he had done, I just thought, that is typical of Lee'. 846
Hitler escapes assassination attempt; RETRO REPORT Howwe covered... 247
Home cooking; Gooseberry fool with elderflowerfresh. 203
How to take care of ancient places; country news bulletin. 121
I want to stay at the Ospreys for life - Henson. 546
If reforms come in there's a good place to judge their success. 303
It's a Bodrum farce as family sent to Turkey by mistake; Wrong gate and boarding pass, just plane daft. 861
It's wrong to punish the law-abiding kids. 481
Jackson 'wardrobe malfunction' victory; world news bulletin. 106
Job loss fears are keeping Welsh shoppers out of town; Nationwide finds consumer confidence has fallen further. 529
Karadzic arrested after 10 years as a fugitive. 393
Letter: Decades of wasting our gas potential. 304
Letter: Lost in translation. 289
Letter: The enemy within? 177
Madrid move a disaster - Fergie. 348
Majority of investors turn their back on pounds 4bn HBOS rights issue. 463
Martinez toasts the return of Brandy to the Liberty. 385
Morning Serial; Marilyn and Me. 558
Mother found with 'strangled' baby; uk news bulletin. 121
My Big Bro fear for future of telly. 104
Nanny denies shaking baby to death. 224
Nicholas piles all the pressure on Ventspils; FK Ventspils V Llanelli Kick-off 4pm. 299
Obama talks to Iraq's Prime Minister, and listens. 295
Pigging out, showing off pigs! It's showtime for farmers and smallholders across Wales, and Liz is determined to make the most of it. down to earth. 700
Plenty of food for thought for the city-dwellers to try and swallow; OPINION way out west. 454
Power struggle for a new chamber of commerce is still a sticking point; Restoring confidence in Cardiff is a slowbusiness. 649
Premier plan is in need of WRU backing; Simon Roberts believes it's time the WRU took the regions' lead to revive an ailing Premiership. 620
Princess Royal enjoys hot, sunny show. 294
Prisoner pleads not guilty to war crimes; world news bulletin. 110
QUIZ OF THE DAY; coffee break. 183
Research centre planned for Ceredigion. 129
RSPB and farmers can work together. 434
Schleck to continue the good teamwork. 339
Smiles return to faces of our sewin anglers; angling. 905
So, is this mission impossible? Glamorgan will have to get the better of Chanderpaul, Harmison and Pollock ... that's just for starters. 596
Superbug figures for youngsters will now be published as problem grows. 580
Talks on power-sharing to break Harare crisis; Opposition leaders accept deal to chart 'a new way' for country. 509
They said what? 272
Time to weed out our rooted GM prejudices? COMMENT. 447
Treasury must do more on fuel duty to alleviate rural suffering; union view. 259
uk news bulletin: Fugitive Karadzic arrested in Serbia. 109
Urgent appeal for Burma's children; world news bulletin. 111
Vaughan determined to hit back from loss; Headingley. 516
Wales sees 60% increase in registered sex offenders; Tory says police should get more data on criminals. 645
WALES: Ospreys fend off Blues bid to sign Gavin; Arms Park region tried to hijack Henson's new deal at the Liberty. 476
We will keep on hunting for our daughter, McCanns promise; Portuguese police finally lift parents' suspect status. 738
Welcome rays of sunshine make the Royal Welsh smiles better for visitors. 618
Welfare reform aims to end dole culture; Proposed changes are in keeping with Beveridge, says Ministe. 702
Welsh para's daredevil Afghan rescue mission. 179
Winehouse absent as husband jailed; uk news bulletin. 118
Winehouse's husband is jailed for trying to cover up pub attack. 404

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