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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (March 25, 2008)

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'Just get me lots of poor people with strong Welsh accents' BBC reporter told; Attitude in London was 'patronising'. 878
'Lark Ascending' soars to top of classical hits. 180
'Little princes' don't know how to behave. 256
'True cost' sought of North-South air service. 369
All about beauty; Beauty trends and advice from Alan Pan, international makeup artist and Estee Lauder Beauty Adviser beauty. 443
All that the glorious Welsh victories over the US in 1812 lack is the 'Zulu' film treatment; Historian's book shortlisted for top prize in US. 685
Anglers fly in to discover the benefits of insect life; Course gives fishermen a chance to find out more about tiny animals angling. 812
Big boys' toys; Thinking about taking up a musical instrument? Steffan Rhys lends a hand. 193
Biofuels 'could do more harm than good' country & farming. 302
Biofuels could damage, not save, the environment, warns expert; Top scientist calls for rethink on attempt to cut greenhouse gases. 547
Birds know spring is coming, even if we humans don't; nature watch. 478
Blow to Bangor's hopes; Neath 1 0 Bangor. 134
Bonus-point victory for the Wizards stuns Neath; Aberavon 29 Neath 22. 346
CBI cuts forecasts for growth and warns of economic gloom; The slowdown will continue into next year. 608
Chance to recreate wild flower meadows. 337
coffee break: QUIZ OF THE DAY. 182
country: Aiming to improve the Young Shots. 153
country: Chance to flex your willow skills. 145
country: YFC members visit Hungary. 141
Cricket: Strauss century puts England in control. 524
Crusaders second best against Eagles; Sheffield Eagles 25 6 Celtic Crusaders. 306
Darling Budget sparks tax rise fears. 339
Diary of a Diet; A text message from an old fried reminds Hannah she's not the only one fighting the flab. 725
Directors show their confidence in HBOS by buying up 1.4 million shares. 423
Economics and confidence 'are factors in halting would-be MPs' POLITICS Mixed-race candidate for Preseli Pembrokeshire describes job hurdles. 714
Euro place for Rhyl; Rhyl 1 0 Porthmadog. 146
Fantastic four take to the floor; coffee break Review Rambert Dance Company Clwyd Theatr Cymru, Mold. 354
Farm shop cuts food miles and supports the local economy; Couple make a success of local business after moving to Wales. 703
Farmers' leaders speak out as Defra denies Pirbright liability; country & farming Unions say department must take some blame over foot-and-mouth. 593
FARMING COMMENT. 180
Firms rise to global markets challenge. 239
Five-year project in collaboration with farmers to roll back neglect of fens hangs on pounds 3.8m EU grant. 849
FlockCheck reduces high lamb fatalities. 301
Football: Boaz aims to grasp his Wales opportunity with both hands. 598
Football: Dragons face uphill struggle after failing to take chances; Darren Devine at the Racecourse. 788
Football: Duo bid for Will power. 122
Football: I thought I'd never hit the century for England, admits Becks. 555
Fortune opens his account with 35-1 Redcar double. 446
French premier's ex marries in New York; world news bulletin. 102
Government urged to offer a one-stop shop for complaints; POLITICS. 270
Green go-between promotes the virtues of recycling kids' needs; Seller and shop bothprofit from little-used items. 602
Half don't know being fat increases risk of cancer. 331
Heikki can spur Hamilton on to victory. 277
Home cooking; Sweet potato soup topped with sauteed halloumi and mixed seeds coffee break. Recipe 229
I can't live without... We ask the women of Wales which prize possessions they treasure most. 298
I can't wait to face up to French challenge - Alfie. 622
I've learned from Ricky's hard knocks, declares Joe. 686
If you go down to the woods, beware wild boar with young; Walkers are warned to keep their distance. 710
Independent review 'not worth the paper it is printed on' country & farming. 268
Into the wild; A bit of action from the natural world in his garden launched Aled Blake on a mission to bring back the wildlife that's gone missing from these islands. 804
Is it worth it? Beauty All those tempting beauty treatments tried and tested before you part with your cash Sarah Miloudi tested the BriteSmile whitening treatment at the Jeremy Isaac Smile Specialists dental clinic. 427
Junk food banned from vending machines in all Welsh hospitals. 815
Just chilling out... brrr... on a beach. 133
Letter: A kitchen, or a life. 248
Letter: Arrogant nationalism. 149
Letter: Defence of humanity. 216
Letter: Not to blame for CO2. 231
Letter: Planning appeal. 120
Letter: Safe wind farms. 168
Letter: Town's future risked by improvements. 354
Lib-Dems demand pro-Iraq War MPs make apology. 178
Look out for the first welcome sign of spring on the woodland floor. 532
Man charged over street killing; uk news bulletin. 116
Marketer for SW England returns sell our capital; 'Something special' tempts West Walian. 783
Morning Serial; COLUMNISTS Hole: Kidnapped in Georgia. 443
Mwy o siom i'r diwydiant llaeth; cefn gwlad. 331
My bump and me; Buying a buggy is nothing like choosing a new handbag, as Nia Roberts finds out. 488
Off-the-pace Martyrs fail to fire. 222
Ogilvy spoils Woods' record. 363
Parasite could 'wipe out our honey bees within 10 years' Beekeepers campaign for urgent government action and research. 989
Paul and Ringo lead tributes to the real 'Fifth Beatle'. 321
Perry-maker hopes Silver Lady will bag him a hat-trick of awards; Growing thirst for local cider. 633
Picture linked to takeover by rival. 282
Real-life tales of debauchery just outside the window; down to earth George the ram lambhas left our smallholder columnist with some big worries. 657
RENEW. 190
RIN talking WM sense. 457
RUFFLED LAYERS; TRICKY TREND fashion. 253
Rugby Union: There's a lot more to come, declares Lyn. 677
Search to find Milland's Neath birthplace; RETRO REPORT. 293
Setting an example in eating our way to health; COMMENT. 454
Smallholder show entries pass threshold for Crufts. 387
Sorry to waffle on - but guess what food day it is today; food for thought. 420
Spanish minister's Eta attack warning; world news bulletin. 118
Spring fresh SKIN; Shake your body out of hibernation mode and get ready to glow this spring beauty. 675
Spring trends every woman can wear; The clocks go back this weekend which means it's officially spring - hurrah! - so to help you get this season's wardrobe ready, we've got four pages of the hottest and most wearable looks you need to know about. 1038
Stop moaning now, Heather; COLUMNISTS. 132
Success is all in a name - like Peaches. 123
Swans light up the Liberty with stunning second-half display to salvage a point. 1170
The full list ofWelsh casualties in Iraq. 449
The less-remembered politicians who shaped the Wales we have today; POLITICS For every Churchill and Disraeli there are scores of politicians who toiled and debated but were, maybe, passed over. David Williamson goes in search of the unsung heroes of politics. 453
THE NEW FLORALS; fashion. 269
They said what? coffee break. 280
Thieves target churches as cost of metal soars; Police appeal for public to be vigilant. 516
Third Goa arrest as Scarlett pathologist is suspended; UK & WORLD NEWS. 189
This week we'll be mostly. . . 306
Thousands demonstrate to mark Aldermaston anniversary. 360
Three men arrested after huge hotel blaze. 241
Three wins will secure promotion - Martinez. 445
Tibetan protest disrupts Olympic torch ceremony; UK & WORLD NEWS China vows to make games run smoothly. 546
Time to visit your local butcher's; HCC view. 341
Tories demand review into free prescriptions policy amid fears of money 'wasted' on over-the-counter medicines. 690
Tractors now streets. 538
TRIBAL GATHERING; fashion. 230
Under wraps; Cosmetic surgery is bigger business than ever in Wales, with a new 'super clinic' about to open in Cardiff, but misconceptions and celeb horror stories mean for many of us it's still a bit of a taboo. So what are the facts? Claire Rees asked the experts. 774
Wales has sustained highest rate of deaths in Iraq after US; Plaid MP calls for an inquiry into the conflict. 621
wales news bulletin: Walkers' night in car sparks search. 195
wales news bulletin: Welsh archbishop replies to Winston. 168
wales: Appeal to restore aristocrats' tomb. 136
wales: Oliver rolls out budget recipes. 121
Watts seals win for Swansea; Swansea 25 Llanelli 24. 335
Way out west. 498
We all need to know where we came from; COLUMNISTS. 432
Welsh champion's impressive double includes 25-length runaway victory; Chesnut Annie faster than her win on same course fortnight earlier turf talk. 675
welsh column; COLUMNISTS Llond cyfrol o straeon ac atgofion diddorol. Column 657
What's new? 199
Wisdom of school holidays in March questioned; Welsh schools miss the benefit of good weather. 901

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