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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (December 1, 2009)

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'Deal is live' to create pounds 13bn defence college and 3,000 jobs. 661
'He rolled up his sleeves and engaged with the farmers' What kind of First Minister can we expect Carwyn Jones to be, asks chief reporter Martin Shipton. 613
Addysg ddelfrydol yn straeon Enid Blyton yn bell o'r gwir. 673
Aircraft maintenance base to close with mass job losses as VC10 is phased out. 379
Allen is after new unbeaten run from Swansea. 723
Andy turns Corner to come home; Preview Andy Fairweather Low Various venues. 363
Anglers divided over how to bolster sewin numbers; Should angling clubs restock their rivers with hatchery-reared fish? 910
Big names anticipated for Welsh National; Four ex-winners could be lining up at Chepstow. 600
Bishop in attack on 'nonsense' carols; uk newsbulletin. 128
Blair 'did believe in diplomatic solution'. 198
Blair should stand trial for Iraq War; LETTERS. 331
Bluebirds geared up to put the welcome mat out for Parry. 553
British sailors detained in Iran after yacht intercepted; Vessel was stopped by navy as it made its way to Dubai for race. 557
Brown sends extra troops to boost Afghan war effort; 'We must tackle terrorist threats at their source'. 588
Call for a Welsh Dairy Champion to promote troubled industry; Inquiry finds farmers are not getting fair deal. 793
Can more troops tip the balance in Afghanistan? COMMENT. 450
Care for the elderly; LETTERS. 371
Carwyn on brink of victory in battle for Labour leadership. 195
city marketreport. 442
CLICK ON. 135
Conjuror who pulls independence white paper out of the Scottish hat; Scotland's First Minister yesterday unveiled plans for an independence referendum. Political Editor Tomos Livingstone wonders if there are any lessons for Wales. 1022
Countdown starts to Rhodri's final day as leader on December 8. 489
Death camp case opens in Germany. 150
Enterprising Elfyn wins YFC scheme prize; country newsbulletin. 150
Evan bites into the anti-meat brigade. 347
Ex-royal harpist 'stole while fighting her drug addiction' Musician in trial denies handling and burglaries. 593
Fake scenes prompt pay order to BBC. 135
Farmers faithful to sterling get reward. 356
FARMING COMMENT. 186
Fergie's to stick with his starlets. 450
Flower asking for Pietersen patience. 656
Friendly advice from another X Factor star. 276
Friends' tributes to Star Wars actor; wales newsbulletin. 139
fun for the little ones; Keep the kids happy with toys and games, clothes and accessories, all designed especially for them. 395
Giggs on Personality shortlist. 172
Glastir confusion casts a dark cloud over winter fair; CLA leaders to voice concerns at meeting with rural minister today. 732
Green Velvet looks winning material in Lingfield handicap. 428
have a heart; Christmas is a time for giving, and not just to your nearest and dearest. Your gift budget could make a big difference to people - and animals, and other charitable ventures - who are really in need. 516
Home cooking; Zingy chicken stir-fry. 151
In tomorrow's Western Mail business pages. 247
Institute showcases climate change work; country newsbulletin. 178
Irish bid to be 33rd finalists. 278
it's a guy thing; Show the men in your life that you really do understand them, with one of these strictly no-girls-allowed gifts. 473
Jobless generation is a blight on our nation. 396
Lib Dems rethink their top 'mansion house' tax policy; New proposal means only about 40 Welsh households would be hit. 879
Man jailed for killing girlfriend's father. 428
Man, 21, accused of assaulting kidnapped schoolgirl. 222
Mandelson rules out extension to car scrappage. 436
market REPORT. 1418
Masterchef semi-finalist cooks up a treat; country newsbulletin. 173
Men to take on more family roles. 169
Morning Serial; Dai Country. 419
Most single farm payments to be paid by Christmas. 456
MP Willott paid pounds 700 towards bed; wales newsbulletin. 143
Murder victim's plea for help to her lover's ex-girlfriend hours before her death. 246
No kidding but goat's milk innovator and top chefs' meat supplier share title; Woman Farmer of the Year prize is shared for first time. 788
No right of way; LETTERS. 215
No-good boyos leave the streets of Dylan's childhood in a mess; Crackdown on rubbish that ruins pilgrims' route to poet's birthplace. 660
Organic farming could cut gases; country newsbulletin. 120
Packing for a show is like preparing for a round-the-world voyage (with pigs); down to earth LIZ SHANKLAND: There's a world of difference between summer and winter agricultural events, and our smallholder columnist is prepared for just about everything. 872
Paraplegic trapped in hoist died while unable to call for help. 367
Phantom racism; LETTERS. 139
Pick of the day. 205
Police aware of fears over dogs at maul death home; Findings come out that a previous complaint on home not followed up. 843
Police remove climate protesters from site of wood-burning plant; Fuel is not from a 'green' source, say campaigners. 676
pounds 1,400 designer bag for charity shop; uk newsbulletin. 129
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 140
Radiation poisoning investigated in India; world newsbulletin. 106
Redknapp is ready to ring the changes. 224
Rhodri's mistakes, according to Wigley. 416
Rhys is forced to call time on rugby. 399
rin talking WM sense. 505
Rugby fought the law and the law... WON. 1478
Sakho back to spearhead goal-shy Wrexham attack. 383
Sales suggest wool trade will weather recession. 319
Self-hating Welsh? LETTERS. 274
Shoppers' Sunday revolution; RETRO REPORT How we covered... 259
Six Nations start at Twickenham won't be easy - Wales scrum-half Peel. 580
Somali pirates hijack Greek supertanker; world newsbulletin. 108
Springboks coach de Villiers concerned over workload of his players. 530
step back in time; Vintage styling is not just a fashionable choice, it's also a versatile one that will appeal to your mum, your gran, your best friend and your daughter in equal measure. 525
Strong recovery put in doubt as loans to businesses slump. 674
The merry mouse goes even more mad this busy Christmas; Online sales shoot up and up as gift hunters click away. 818
The rough guide to how to live rough. 414
They said what? 281
Tiger still in the rough over car crash. 201
Unhappy Irish seeking an extra berth in World Cup. 443
US judge showed the right attitude to banks; COLUMNISTS. 203
US police in hunt for coffee shop shooting suspect. 244
Villa boss up for the cup. 154
Wales 'relishing' Twickenham opener in their Six Nations bid. 571
Wallace on mark to earn point. 177
We can't change the way things are so we should all just get on with it; OPINION. 504
Where on earth does our waste go when we put it in green bags? Plaid AM in call for more openness over where public's recycling ends up. 658
Will Carwyn offer rival Huw Lewis a Cabinet post? Debate rages as insiders claim Jones on course to be next leader. 818
Will Lloyd become the latest speedfame victim? Psychologists call for show's contestants to have guidance. 646
World order looks set to be restored come 2011; Rugby Correspondent SIMON ROBERTS analyses where the power lies at the end of a hectic year of international rugby. 1134
Writer seeks out propeller from historic biplane that first crossed the Atlantic; Author's quest sparked by the 90th anniversary of pilot's death. 870
Ymgyrch i annog pobl i yfed llaeth. 365
Your stars Partick Arundell. 646

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