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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (February 26, 2009)

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"Celebrating the sound of silence could help ease our troubled lives; second glance. 438
'Calzaghe felt Warren had taken advantage of him for years'. 608
'I'll try to strike deal with Barry to keep memorabilia in family' Cousin's vow as items fail to sell at auction. 677
'My son was 6ft tall and physically very fit. I'm mystified by his death as is my entire family' Boy died after taking acne pill, inquest told. 1038
'The Welsh are great. They have no aristocracy and prefer rugby to football, which is quite right'. 172
A valuable net resource for all trainee and newly-qualified teachers; TEACHER SUPPORT. 431
All our children must be lifted out of poverty and disadvantage; A MINISTER'S VIEW. 627
BAA passengers slip 2.8% while profits plunge 18% on last year's. 177
Baby confident he'll fit in at No 10 for France; SIX NATIONS 2009. 717
Become part of our vibrant community. 443
Big Baby switch is another French puzzle. 1049
Bio-fuel could produce 75% of city's energy. 596
Boxing: SPORTS SHORTS - Harrison challenge to big rival Haye. 139
Brilliant Benitez proves he's the Real deal. 727
Britons 'planned bombs carnage' on planes. 341
Brothers get their girls in classic show; coffee break Review Seven Brides for Seven Brothers New Theatre, Cardiff ****. 353
Bryn eyes up role in Gavin & Stacey. 210
Camerons grieve for beloved son Ivan. 162
Church in Wales to check past child abuse claims. 316
City find the going tough but dig deep to bank a crucial point. 1130
city market report: THE London market held firm yesterday. 441
Clued-up Brydon is among three picked to host popular Radio Four show. 331
County overpowered; Newport 0 Eastleigh 1. 117
Cricket legend Jack Hobbs to retire; RETRO REPORT February, 1935 How we covered... 269
Cricket: SPORTS SHORTS - Chance to buy Ashes tickets. 105
Devolution faces the acid test of recession; analysis. 256
Did you hear the one about the Welsh comedian, Prince Charles and the Tower of London? Rhod Gilbert treads a fine line with his material. 855
Drogba strikes to give Blues slender advantage. 638
Druids in big trouble; Cefn Druids 0 Caernarfon 1. 102
Efficiency drive could choke off recovery in Wales, - Rhodri; Plaid Cymru warns Labour it will not be forgiven for pounds 500m cuts. 625
Experts target blistering attack on unmanned tanning salons; Group highlights dangers to teenagers posed by sunbed radiation exposure. 672
FA launch probe on Rovers incidents. 162
Flood is handed England chance. 327
Funding helps to give every primary pupil a laptop. 303
Gabbidon desperate to end his injury woe. 342
GoCompare.com business still growing despite the recession. 532
Golf: Woods makes winning return after long layoff. 498
grounds for hope; This is a stadium that will serve the Bluebirds and the Blues proud. 1544
Harry has eyes on Sunday's cup clash. 232
Having Joe means a different life - but by no means a lesser one. 762
Home cooking Tomatoey pot-roast chicken. Recipe 192
Horse Racing: Binocular ready for his Cheltenham bid. 445
Household spending plunges as recession fears grip UK; 'Plenty to be gloomy about' as further falls predicted. 713
Hughes has European priority for side. 241
Ice Hockey: Battle hots up to be top hitman for the Devils. 607
Jailed Lord Ahmed faces expulsion from Labour; M1-fatal peer had earlier sent texts at 60mph. 692
Jobs lost at fastest rate since start of survey. 351
Killer 'stabbed nagging partner 177 times'. 600
Laporte voices foreign concern; SIX NATIONS 2009. 316
Lawn Tennis: Murray sets up Gasquet return with his victory over Clement. 317
Letter: A rugby legend. 171
Letter: No 'consultation'. 140
Letter: People can be rude. 247
Letter: Real decline in the use of the language. 436
Letter: Reviving a myth. 231
Letter: Welsh not to blame. 322
M&S helps customers relive the simple joys of childhood in a time of economic anxiety; Comfort food from the past helps people forget the troubled present. 677
Make Glamorgan your number one university choice for study in Wales. 581
Martyn's perfect man for my record; Gareth praises ace who'll make history in Paris. 639
Moneysupermarket sees its revenues slide off the shelf; Price comparison site plans to cut advertising before jobs. 490
Nazi uniform sparks calls for politician to resign; Anger as party pictures go on Facebook. 653
Nine killed in plane crash close to airport runway; Six more are seriously injured in unexplained incident at Schiphol. 564
O'Neill is hoping Villa fans understand. 216
On the track of Welsh education; EDUCATION WALES. 260
Our good times will return, Obama tells US. 342
Pianist has first artist residency at Bangor; EDUCATION WALES. 277
Price wants nationalisation of banks and a wealth tax. 375
Queen leads condolences as Camerons' disabled son Ivan, 6, dies; 'An unbearable sorrow no parent should ever have to endure'- Brown. 1080
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 193
Rugby Union: Martyn ready to join the rugby legends; SIX NATIONS 2009. 1107
Scheme to catch young drop-outs; EDUCATION WALES. 269
Scots have to step up - Blair. 317
Shanklin's pain relief in having a knees-up. 761
Spectrum of possibilities opens up for Cube Interactive. 339
Strauss upbeat despite missing ace Flintoff. 881
Stunning Downing blasts Hammers; Middlesbrough 2 0 West Ham. 416
Super Furries dare to be different as they film making of their album. Cup of tea, anyone? Podcasts reveal non-outrageous behaviour - like a game of darts. 1036
Support workers to be trained to take over some of midwives' work; NVQ scheme 'an essential part of commitment to improve care'. 586
Teen duo get the young to enjoy classical music; EDUCATION WALES. 569
Teenagers build a better future on the foundation of their shared past; 'We've learnt to respect the Valley and gain respect from the community'. 1227
The Death of Justice; Morning Serial. 583
The enterprising spirit of Glyndwr. 494
There will more difficult truths on the road to greater equality; This week marks the 10th anniversary of the Macpherson report. Neil Wooding examines how its findings now inform race relations in every aspect of public life the thursday essay. 955
They said what? 201
This Sunday's launch of a third farmers' market in the capital shows how buying good, wholesome food direct from the producer has really taken off in Wales; That 'incredible taste' of fresh, local produce is winning ever more customers and benefiting the grass-roots economy. 1744
uk news bulletin: Disgraced RBS chief has pounds 650k pension. 121
uk news bulletin: RBS chief's pension revealed. 127
uk news bulletin: Tory party donations double Labour's. 117
UK's two newest universities celebrating their recognition; EDUCATION WALES Carmarthen and Wrexham colleges have achieved full university status. 666
Universities' research in online repository. 209
Volunteering motivates youngsters; Research shows it can help equip you for a job. 224
WDA merger 'stifling aid to smaller firms'. 448
We have the talent, now we must ensure we put it to the best use for Wales' future; Commercialising knowledge is key to the prosperity of the economy, says Deputy First Minister Ieuan Wyn Jones. 904
We must be set for 'le crunch', insists Gethin; SIX NATIONS 2009. 495
We've got that Premier class now, says Swans' star Dorus. 680
Western Mail: Review needed of how devolution is paid for; COMMENT. 468
Wilding warns criminals will flourish in cash crisis; Chief Constable says South Wales force will be cut by 325 officers. 636
world news bulletin: Conservationist killed in Ecuador. 103
world news bulletin: Four more soldiers die in Afghanistan. 102
world news bulletin: Mumbai massacre gunman charged. 106

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