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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (February 25, 2009)

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'A magnificent character from a country happily blessed with many such as he' Sir Kyffin's portrait of fellow artist John Evans to be auctioned. 876
'Bed-blocker' numbers fall; wales news bulletin. 138
'Calzaghe can't say I done him down' Promoter tells court hedidn't mislead champ. 629
'Get behind us in our big fight for that promotion'. 1227
'Give control of S4C and its budget to Assembly' Surprise over call by Elis-Thomas. 512
'Nightmare' for binman pricked by syringe. 204
'Principality continues to successfully navigate the financial storm' Building society saw profits more than halve last year. 937
'VAT plan could hit workers'. 315
100-year Anglesey N-dump; Nuclear body fails to satisfy campaigners. 701
50th store in the chain to Get Connected. 161
80% want banking system reforms; PERSONAL FINANCE. 209
Alternatives to redundancy can point the way to a brighter future; As the recession continues to bite, redundancy is not the only road to cutting costs according to employment lawyer Jeremy Consitt at Dolmans solicitors. 976
Are hi-tech gadgets turning our children into cabbages? Surveys say we are lonelier than ever before. 631
Area director brings 25 years of experience; People in business on the move in association with Wales's foremost bilingual communications agency StrataMatrix. 123
Assembly proposes tough regulations on GM crops; Outright ban ruled out but restrictive approach set to be continued. 650
Aussie star Sam set for the Blues; SIX NATIONS 2009. 323
Aussie star Sam set for the Blues; SIX NATIONS 2009. 263
Benitez willing to wait over Gerrard; Real Madrid V Liverpool Tonight, Bernabeu Stadium, 7.45pm. 377
Bioenergy harnessed to slash Wales' carbon emissions. 254
Bouquet business blooming as pioneering firm expands; Trade grows by 200%-plus in 12 months. Company overview 468
Brainiest graduates to be enticed to help Welsh firms; Scholarships for innovative PhD research. 825
Brunstrom backs Ecstasy claim; wales news bulletin. 109
Burglars target football player's mansion. 370
Business nervous as credit squeezed. 307
Candidate Boris to learn Welsh; RETRO REPORT February, 1996 How we covered... 288
Cardiff tops the table in transport thanks to rail improvements; COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 423
Chance to be a Mint neighbour; COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 114
coffee break: Dillon steps back into the spotlight. 355
coffee break: Home cooking; Luxury salmon and caper pie Waitrose. Recipe 238
coffee break: QUIZ OF THE DAY. 179
Coleman and men simply the Best; Coventry 1 Blackburn 0 the fa cup. 335
Creditsafe appoints new operations chief. 229
Debate over Royal Mail is about a basic obligation; Western Mail COMMENT. 469
Debt managers homing in on advising crisis families; Don't bury your head in the sand, warns new firm as 124 lose their house each day. 534
Dragons dream of Wembley is brought to end; Ebbsfleet 3 1 Wrexham. 521
English airports 'should encourage tourists to Wales'. 276
Fergie reflects on lack of goal after United rule; Inter Milan 0 Man Utd 0. 608
From a Welsh Galileo to Somali culture, this is the heritage that shaped Wales; From the Welshman who observed the moon at the same time as Galileo to the family who were the first to provide the Royal Navy with steam coal, Wales is awash with lost stories of historical achievement. Nowamajor investment will help uncover the country's lesser-known legends. 2013
Gareth vows to learn cup lesson. 413
Go-ahead for redevelopment that will bring jobs to town; Retail and homes scheme 'catalyst for regeneration'. 618
Good Practice guide brings in more business. 419
Greenmeadow Springs deals show demand for quality offices holding up; COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 292
Gweld y bydysawd yng ngardd Anti Bessie; welsh column. Column 623
Heroin death case is put to the test in Court of Appeal. 299
Home loans 'see a slight increase'. 397
House fire treated as suspicious; wales news bulletin. 112
HR chief joins Cowlin at key time; People in business on the move in association with Wales's foremost bilingual communications agency StrataMatrix. 212
I sent texts to girl, 15, by mistake, says instructor. 315
Institute boss set to leave. 121
InterCity replacement could cut West Wales off from Paddington. 599
Investment deals drop but ambition is still out there. 184
It's Bangor run-out for Garden. 391
It's carry on ref for Gatland. 224
It's good to talk - Gatland. 316
It's time to stamp out the half lies of True Wales; the wednesday essay In this highly polemical essay, Oxford academic Patrick McGuinness argues that the campaign for a referendum on further powers for the National Assembly is being hampered by misinformation spread by those who fear a Yes vote. 877
Judge to let charity challenge GMC's 'cover-up' decision; Refusal by doctors' body to inquire into boy's death will be reviewed. 584
Kerry serves up a sizzling rise in profits with its adapt and succeed approach to the credit crunch. 370
Kidney is sticking to the winning formula; SIX NATIONS 2009. 327
Late double costs Swans a dream tie; FULHAM 2, SWANSEA 1. 295
Letter: Being Welsh. 321
Letter: Culture, not policy, is what will save Welsh. 384
Letter: Listen to the people. 186
Letter: No conspiracy. 262
Letter: Rudeness regrettable. 120
Letter: Voters ignored. 161
Liberty dreams are snatched away by late Fulham double; the fa cup. 1187
Licences in jeopardy for firms who mislead vulnerable debtors; PERSONAL FINANCE. 295
Long period of growth means people are unable to put recession into perspective, says MPC member. 336
Magazine publisher stops trading. 123
Martyn looking to fashion yet another Paris success story; SIX NATIONS 2009. 849
Martyrs wait for decision on future; Merthyr 1 0 Evesham. 217
Massive increase in Welsh bankrupts. 383
Ministerial veto puts block on minutes of Iraq talks. 361
Misfiring Gunners are so grateful to reliable Robin; Arsenal 1 Roma 0. 588
Mobile phone giant Vodafone cuts 500 jobs as recession hits handset sales; Vodafone. 236
More jobs to go as Redrow posts pounds 21m first-half loss; Flintshire firm halves its workforce. 754
Mum recalls daughter's tragic death in gas blast. 342
Murray warning from Hadden; SIX NATIONS 2009. 358
Net giant Google tops superbrand top 10 list. 382
Neville's rallying call to Everton. 415
New star for Deloitte's public sector team is into astrophysics; People in business on the move in association with Wales's foremost bilingual communications agency StrataMatrix. 166
Packaging jobs saved when former managers buy firm. 214
Paint markdown costs ICI pounds 1bn as owners prepare for another challenging year ahead. 269
Pair to help cancer charity reach its fundraising target; People in business on the move in association with Wales's foremost bilingual communications agency StrataMatrix. 233
Pensions letter fury in battle of Royal Mail; Brown faces open revolt as sell-off plan outrages MPs and workers. 718
Petition against tighter Hip rules rejected. 393
Police missed vital clues at Barrymore pool death; IPCC says flawed investigation was also stopped too soon. 531
Principality 'resilient' as it reveals profits halved. 330
Public sector workload boosts construction group's profits. 583
Ranieri special for Chelsea - Lampard; Chelsea V Juventus Tonight, Stamford Bridge, 7.45pm. 414
Recession leads to cutback in investment. 421
Revenge mission for coach Lloyd; SIX NATIONS 2009. 230
Robber jailed for sword attack. 164
Ryder Cup policing at risk after tax rise held at 5%; Furious Chief Constable to see lawyers. 525
Sheridan urged to lift Lions bid against the Irish; SIX NATIONS 2009. 359
Shops slash jobs - and more cuts are on the way. 430
Shorter week and flexible shifts as Bosch orders decline sharply; The move follows 250 voluntary redundancies at Welsh site. 722
Signs that short-sellers are driving down insurers. 536
Slump offers opportunities, claims finance company; But firms must move fast to survive, adds Gambit partner. 459
Spending down, stress levels up: coping at work with the crunch. 401
Stanford probe should make investors pause and take stock again; PERSONAL FINANCE money talk. 582
Sulley takes Peacheys to new markets; People in business on the move in association with Wales's foremost bilingual communications agency StrataMatrix. 202
Sunbed use in many Welsh salons falling short of safety guidelines; Environmental health experts to call for tighter regulation. 663
Swann's ready to play through the pain barrier. 578
Swans in cup agony; FA CUP: FULHAM 2, SWANSEA CITY 1 Welsh star Davies inspires Fulham late show to dash United dream. 428
Target creates 50 jobs in loans servicing. 273
The Death of Justice; Morning Serial. 475
The lions, the quicksand and the small folk are driving me nuts; mum says. 447
They said what? 294
Time to spend more time with the family? 554
TODAY ON Wales Online. 133
Training specialist n-ergy thrives in niche market working with prisoners. 1746
uk news bulletin: A daily drink boosts women's cancer risk. 101
uk news bulletin: Man kept wife's body for 10 weeks. 111
uk news bulletin: Recession causes drop in immigration. 122
UK trails Wales and the US in communicating recovery; The long view. 609
Wales can hold on to their stars, insists Burton; SIX NATIONS 2009. 668
We're American Idol addicts... Simon is my favourite because he's so brutally honest. There's no political correctness with him - he says it as it is; Screen legend Anthony Hopkins admits he's a fan of Simon Cowell. 900
Welsh firm follows in the footsteps of the Duke to give the world plenty of wellie. 438
Welsh MP accuses Government of 'complacency' over gas exports. 315
Woody's backing Spurs for cup glory. 419
Work on superstore under way; COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. 147
world news bulletin: Koreans' satellite launch proceeding. 109
WRU have FRIDAY on their minds; SIX NATIONS 2009. 1058

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