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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (February 28, 2009)

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'Conservative government could water down gay law'. 377
'Sad day for live music' as The Point shuts down. 266
'Try before you buy' offer on new homes takes pressure off would-be purchasers. 191
A 'social' living room that's perfect for a big celebration; Favourite room. 515
A CULTURAL WEEKEND... How I'll spend the next 48 hours. 221
A piece of the action. 1120
A policeman's lot is definitely not a happy one if his beat includes Emmerdale as the Dingles go on the warpath. Things are no better in the Square, with attempts to scupper Peggy's political ambitions; SOAPS. 857
A St David's Day invasion for London; Box Office arts & entertainment New Welsh bands are taking over two London venues this weekend. Karen Price finds out more about the St David's Day celebrations. 538
Advocaat rules out Russia. 287
And you may like... FROM WALES. 219
ANGELL YN INDIA S4C, Dydd Mawrth, 9pm; 7 DAY TV GUIDE RHAGOLWG y gorau o raglenni teledu cymraeg TELEDU. 205
Another Welsh firm sets sights on de-listing from AIM after strategy rethink; Manufacturer says public listing costs pounds 100k a year. 504
Are we ready to welcome back old-fashioned bank managers? Whatever has happened to our faith in the banks and that bastion of banking - the bank manager in a pin stripe suit and bowler hat? Robin Turner reports. 893
Arriva yn dal i siomi teithwyr y canolbarth. 358
Bale out to put one over his Welsh guiding light Giggsy; CARLING CUP. 1004
Banned Stevens seeks other means of filling his time away from rugby. 676
Barclay vows to show no mercy in his vital battle; SIX NATIONS 2009. 555
Barclay vows to show no mercy in his vital battle; SIX NATIONS 2009. 727
Becks is stalled on move. 294
Blue chip stocks take a hit as US economy staggers. 378
Bluebirds boss is seeking cheers, not jeers, in City's push for top flight. 1110
Book of Shadows Paula Brackston (Snowbooks, pounds 7.99); FROM WALES. 290
BOOKS: AUTHOR'S NOTES; Johannes Gramich found the post-war tensions in his novel were echoed in Welsh and English speaking areas of Wales. 622
BOOKS: THE INSIDER Peter Finch. 475
Brown to be confronted at Labour policy forum over Royal Mail sell-off. 280
Brown vows to clean up the banks as he vents his anger over Sir Fred's pension; Prime Minister says payments to former RBS chief are 'unjustifiable'. 1802
Can i Gymru S4C, 7.30pm. 107
CAN I GYMRU S4C, yfory, 7.30pm; 7 DAY TV GUIDE RHAGOLWG y gorau o raglenni teledu cymraeg TELEDU. 238
Can Jamie help others to Turn The Tide? What would you get if you took a self-confessed middle-class broadcaster, a group of troubled young people and holed them up on a boat? Jamie Owen writes of the challenges of sailing with an unlikely crew. 2492
Car-jacker drove off with baby in back seat. 534
Catrin to team up with Colombian harp group Cimarron for series of concert performances. 317
Champs facing crucial clashes; PRINCIPALITY BUILDING SOCIETY Premiership. 389
Charity book fair aims for best-seller. 126
CHRISTIANITY: A HISTORY Channel 4, tomorrow, 7pm; THEWEEK AHEAD. 205
Church debate over women priests; RETRO REPORT February, 1987 How we covered... 272
city: market report. 443
Contemporary Welsh art a highlight at antiques fair. 146
Cor Cymru S4C, 8.40pm. 119
Cut 25% off for a sale, advises agent. 655
DeGale out to prove point on debut. 430
Doctor hails 'remarkable' Camerons; 'Extraordinary' couple praised. 531
DON'T MIND YOUR Ps & Qs. 1291
Dow and Cowlin may shed 140 jobs. 291
Dragons bring Curtis aboard to strengthen promotion bid. 679
eastern delights; 7 treats for 7 days Oriental's a big trend in fashion and interiors this spring. Be inspired with our pick of the best of what's on the market right now. 116
Ennis continues on the road back. 405
Family is kidnapped as robbers carry out bank raid. 406
Family mourns 'inspiring' conservationist son, 31. 143
FFLUR DAFYDD; 7 DAY TV GUIDE RHAGOLWG y gorau o raglenni teledu cymraeg TELEDU. 263
Five weeks to a better body; Andy Phillips, Personal Trainer at Laguna Health and Spa, puts us through our paces, one problem area at a time This week: toning legs and tums. 195
Football memorabilia can be a wise investment but give signed replicas a miss. 417
France wanted this win badly and we've no complaints about the final outcome; coach's verdict WARREN GATLAND SIX NATIONS 2009. 1370
Friday: Free Agents Channel 4, 10pm. 132
Friday: Rocket Science; BBC Two Wales, 9.30pm. 104
From eisteddfodau to military parades, Wales prepares for its national day. 296
GARDENING: Fit for gardening. 135
GARDENING: Flower power. 135
GARDENING: My week. 206
Golf: Fisher nets major scalp in gunning down ace Furyk. 573
Grand Slam's gone but there's plenty to play for; captain's verdict RYAN JONES SIX NATIONS 2009. 509
GROW YOUR OWN DRUGS BBC Two Wales, Monday, 8.30pm; THEWEEK AHEAD. 208
Home cooking Oven-baked gammon with lavender honey and roasted vegetables; coffee break. Recipe 205
Hunllef go iawn - dim allweddi a dim lipstic! 408
is it worth it? ALL THOSE TEMPTING BEAUTY TREATMENTS TRIED AND TESTED BEFORE YOU PART WITH YOUR CASH Sarah Woolley tried the Gerard's Aroma Creme Pepper Treatment at The Vale Resort, Vale of Glamorgan. 262
It was just not good enough - Gatland; FRANCE 21 WALES 16. 426
It's nice to be a sex goddess at my age! Things keep getting better for Margaret John. The veteran actress chats to Karen Price about finding fame in her golden years and life with Gavin & Stacey. 887
Jonah is on a cup revenge mission. 362
Lara comes to Eidos Games rescue. 322
Last roll of the dice for Tory leader as he loses key player; The departure of Jonathan Morgan from the Shadow Cabinet is a watershed for the Welsh Conservatives, argues Martin Shipton. 642
Letter: A 'no' to incinerator. 184
Letter: Back plants petition. 321
Letter: Dams damage fear. 164
Letter: I fear for democracy. 186
Letter: School's name must be saved for future. 233
Letter: Time is right for us. 224
Letter: Welsh are ignored. 211
LFW retrospective; Survivors of London Fashion Week reflect on the highlights, the crazy schedules and the backstage buzz during the biggest week in the British fashion calendar. 925
Living the HIGH LIFE; If you've got a head for heights then head to Shanghai, urges James Woodward TRAVEL. 1023
Lloyds warning as HBOS losses mount to pounds 10.8bn; Super-bank expects to slide into red as bad debts soar. 655
Look at the small print when buying art work. 424
Make your home spring into life with vibrant hues; Interiors. 580
Making the write turns; What's the secret of writing a best-seller? Is it all in the first sentence? Do characters or plot matter most? And should you get an agent? In the run up to World Book Day on Thursday, writers at the top of their game share the secrets of their success with Abbie Wightwick. 3442
Man cleared of murdering porn-charge former PC; Jury to consider manslaughter count. 572
Margaret Thatcher - The Long Walk to Finchley BBC Two Wales, 10pm. 106
Meet team at Bryant's new site. 238
mind matters. 529
Monday: Cefn Gwlad S4C, 9pm. 104
Monday: Welsh Greats: Harry Secombe; BBC One Wales, 10.35pm. 102
Monk fighting to make his big return in clash with Charlton. 448
Morning Serial; The Death of Justice. 466
Move will be good for the Blues, board member says. 454
my secret boutique. 263
Nazi uniform wearing councillor suspended. 206
Now we know what Friday's like... it gives us a long time to commiserate. 631
Nurse at surgery printed out fake prescriptions; Judge orders community service, as professional body investigates. 541
O'Driscoll aims to give nothing away to English rivals; SIX NATIONS 2009. 653
O'Driscoll aims to give nothing away to English; SIX NATIONS 2009. 797
Obama sets date for US combat troops to withdraw from Iraq; But President insists thousands of Americans will remain after pullout. 677
Only Men Aloud!'s American dream. 313
Our magnificent victory defied logic; french verdict MARC LIEVREMONT SIX NATIONS 2009. 288
Our national day may feel gloomy this year, but a glimpse into the future can bring cheer; On the eve of St David's Day 2009, as daffodils and hiraeth come to the fore, political editor Tomos Livingstone assesses the state of the nation. 1028
Our winning bubble burst, but we'll still bounce back - lock Jones; SIX NATIONS 2009. 697
Paralympic cyclist is latest to be honoured. 241
PM outrage at 'unjustified and unacceptable' pension. 156
Powerful French polish off hopes of another Slam as Wales crack under pressure; SIX NATIONS 2009 In association with EDWARDS COACH HOLIDAYS. 1445
Premier League. 1218
Python film finally screened. 130
Q: 'Are you a man of your word, Mr Calzaghe?' A: 'I like to think so' Boxer tells court he doesn't trust ex-promoter. 579
QUIZ OF THE DAY; coffee break. 183
real politik. 501
Reform rental rules on energy use. 321
Regency townhouse in enviable position; Grade II listed Herbert Hall is set in extensive grounds in one of the best positions in Crickhowell. 431
relax with a good book... Reviews. 306
Rocks in the Clouds Edward Doylerush (Midland, pounds 11.99); FROM WALES. 305
Rugby League: No Slam, but title is still there to be won by Wales; SIX NATIONS 2009. 766
Seamstresses still remain busy today. 169
Sense of Wales in the kitchen and home office; A question of design. 558
Shanklin vows to roar back and claim the title; SIX NATIONS 2009 History in the making... picture special on the first Friday night game in the Six Nations tournament. 908
SPOTLIGHT ON... Freema Agyeman. 250
SPOTLIGHT ON... Roger. 270
SPOTLIGHT ON...Richard Branson. 231
SPOTLIGHT ON...Sarah Parish. 223
Stark home truths for Brits buying abroad; Plan ahead and look to the long term to hold on to your money. 856
STYLISTA five, Thursday, 8pm; THEWEEK AHEAD. 161
Take your life to another level with three-storey town houses. 152
Teacher who had a relationship with pupil guilty of professional misconduct; Mother will be allowed to continue teaching subject to conditions. 724
Thanks for Autism Bill support. 185
The cause of death was a reaction to the ingestion of a single capsule. On that basis, this wasn't a one in a million occurrence, it was beyond that; Coroner to highlight issues raised in tragic case to Lord Chancellor. 819
the first word. 619
The heat is on; HOME TRUTHS. 685
The man behind a feminist success; Box Office arts & entertainment As The Vagina Monologues prepares to return to Wales, Karen Price talks to the man who discovered the show and turned it in to a global success. 831
The Property Doctor. 659
They said what? coffee break. 283
this week we'll be... Making the most of the end of the sales. 125
THURSDAY: Jimmy Doherty in Darwin's Garden BBC Two Wales, 8pm. 103
Time for Assembly Tories to rethink their rules; Western Mail COMMENT. 451
Tipyn o gamp i ddau o'r Liberty; CYMRAEG Gwenan Davies sy'n bwrw golwg ar ddwy gyfrol newydd am ddau ddyn sydd wedi creu argraff ymmaes rygbi a phel-droed. 316
Ton-up Bopara is hero as England take control with a runs barrage. 800
travels with my credit card; Danielle Mason, 30, is marketing manager at Barratt Homes. She lives in Llantwit Major, Va le of Glamorgan. 266
TRIP YR YSGOL GYMRAEG S4C, Dydd Mawrth, 8.25pm; 7 DAY TV GUIDE RHAGOLWG y gorau o raglenni teledu cymraeg TELEDU. 225
TUESDAY: Horizon BBC Two Wales, 9pm. 131
TUESDAY: New Homes From Hell 2009 ITV1 Wales, 8pm. 128
Twenty20's vision for detached family home earns top award for excellence. 209
uk news bulletin: Brave Jane Tomlinson's impressive legacy. 103
uk news bulletin: Goody to spend weekend in hospice. 123
uk news bulletin: Ryanair may charge pounds 1 to use the loo. 114
Wales 'must be equipped to become a major player in post-recession world'. 358
Wales is missing a global trick on 'secret' saint's day. 726
We started season as 10-year-olds - now we're adults, says Martinez. 1215
WEDNESDAY: Angell yn India S4C, 9pm. 101
WEDNESDAY: Grand Designs Channel 4, 9pm. 102
WEDNESDAY: Mad Men BBC Two Wales, 11.20pm. 118
Welsh date for top vocal ensemble; Preview The King's Singers Wyastone Concert Hall, Monmouth coffee break. 347
Welsh homes drop 8.8% in price over one month. 358
Wembley return is a spur for ace Gunter. 427
What your choice of radio station says about you; In the week Assembly presiding officer Lord Elis-Thomas revealed himself to be a proud Five Live listener and Rob Brydon joined Radio 4's Welsh contingent as a host of I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue, Sally Williams looks at what your preferred radio station says about you. 1305
Why Clint has made the day for PC critics with their ideological agendas; A gay version of Romeo and Juliet and an attack from Clint Eastwood has brought political correctness into focus again. Darren Devine looks at how the phrase is now almost always used as a term of abuse. 852
William Hill looks to raise pounds 350m and scraps dividend for 2008. 326
women's own. 556
world news bulletin: 'Strange antics' of Kercher accused. 118
world news bulletin: Bishop's apology rejected by Vatican. 114
world news bulletin: Mass graves found in Bangladesh. 104
YMAISON DU SOLEIL, Mared Lewis, Gwasg Gwynedd,. 685
You'd better get used to this Friday feeling in Six Nations! SIX NATIONS 2009 Simon Roberts takes in the atmosphere at the Stade de France and analyses the history-making occasion of the first Friday night Six Nations clash. 776
Zanni aims to keep up Italian record over Scots; SIX NATIONS 2009. 182

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