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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (January 15, 2009)

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'We haven't put the wedding photos up because we only have bad memories' Couple claim damages after nuptial nightmare. 773
AMs are allowed to pay their own party; POLITICS. 377
Bale is a super player, just like Cole. He always impressed me when I saw him; Mourinho's verdict on his Inter target Gareth. 669
Banking fears wipe pounds 53bn off UK stocks amid global woes; Worry banks may have to ask ministers for more cash. 578
Battle lines are drawn as Assembly allows sixth-formers religious assembly opt-out; Controversial atheist Dawkins backs move. 634
battle of the boot. 1215
Bauza is ready and willing to take any chance with Swans. 880
Beattie is man with a double mission. 243
Bishop sets his sights on taking over from Henson. 903
Blow for Welsh regions as English set to quit cup. 298
Blues and Ospreys can make their mark in Europe. 884
Blues survive scare and the fog to see off rivals. 526
coffee break: Home cooking; Yoghurt-topped pasta bake with buckwheat fusilli Waitrose. Recipe 227
coffee break: Prepare for an unforgettable ride; Preview Cat's Cradle Blackwood Miners Institute. 349
coffee break: They said what? 215
coffeebreak: QUIZ OF THE DAY. 177
Conservative plan to cut MP numbers won't affect Wales - for now. 293
Convention needs to up its game to keep us interested; POLITICS The All Wales Convention held its first public meeting last night to gauge the mood of the nation about a referendum on full lawmaking powers for the National Assembly. Chief reporter Martin Shipton was there. 745
Council ponders system change; EDUCATION. 246
Council's handling of toddler's murder questioned. 514
Crackdown on under-age drinking; wales news bulletin. 104
Crusaders defend foreign policy. 402
Defence is best policy for United's title aim; Manchester United 1 0 Wigan Rooney 1. 571
Defiant Ospreys insist they won't be bullied in Perpignan's hostile bear pit. 1071
Downie in the lineup for top event in US. 112
Dragons aiming to turn on the style. 410
Eagles take the spoils to put Leicester out; C Palace 2 1 Leicester. 403
EDUCATION: Educational benefits of keeping it simple; EXPERT VIEW. 650
EDUCATION: We must stamp out homophobic bullying; A new initiative to tackle homophobic bullying in schools is to be showcased at the launch of the Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender Excellence Centre Wales next month. Today, managing director Federico Podeschi explains the work, aims and achievements of its Safe Space programme. 814
Employers, financiers and trade unions are already planning how we can prepare for the recovery, when it comes; SKILLS WALES. 695
Estyn starts consulting on new inspection; EDUCATION WALES. 299
FEEL FINE in 2009 with JJB FITNESS. 289
Former airport MD to be a non-exec at Source42. 308
Go-ahead expected today for Heathrow third runway. 302
Gravell fund raises pounds 70k. 131
Hi-tech 'Enigma' software launched. 338
Horror goes on as Israel strikes at cemetery. 326
Horse Racing: It's thumbs-up for Drever. 431
I drink so much of the stuff, they were either going to give me shares in the company or put me in the advert; Duffy signs deal to become the new face of Diet Coke. 946
I'm really delighted Bale is singing do you know the way to San, Jose! 156
In-form Foden earns England call-up. 299
Janet and John dine out in style (and at public expense); POLITICS Taxpayer foots the bill for pair's lavish meals. 680
Kaka is aiming to stay at Milan. 426
Leading figures team up to find answers for North Wales economy; EDUCATION WALES. 231
Letter: Abuse of our money. 105
Letter: Greedy AMs. 202
Letter: Inspiring series. 112
Letter: No intolerance here. 162
Letter: Shut the Assembly. 142
Letter: Tackling the car cruiser problem. 156
Letter: Thanks for the laugh. 158
Martyn set for the Heineken crunch. 447
MPs' revolt over Royal Mail grows. 476
Multi-billion package aims to rescue struggling small firms; Government plan seeks to unblock lending by banks. 855
New home sales 'virtually halved' as recession hits housing sector; No end in sight to market uncertainty, says Redrow. 491
New York Mayor blasts Welsh heroine; RETROREPORT January, 2004 Howwe covered... 278
No place for a DNA database; the thursday essay As the debate continues on a proposed national DNA database Michael O'Brien, wrongly jailed for 11 years for murder, says it would only help to convict the innocent. 804
No return to the US for film director Roman Polanski. 306
Now clinics treat Welsh 2-year-olds for obesity; Parents blamed for letting toddlers eat whatever they want. 883
Out of favour Bale heads wish list of Wales' most wanted stars. 958
Owen misses target as Magpies crash out; Newcastle 0 1 Hull City. 428
Payback time for Henson as Gatland puts faith in his star; the inside track... 926
Poem sent from Wales to Obama. 451
Prisoner star McGoohan dies after a short illness; Portmeirion locals pay tribute to star who put village on the map. 540
Prosser is hero with GB equaliser. 223
Punch Taverns group is feeling the pinch. 341
Pupils help to launch BBC Orchestra's new home; Workshops and music for schools in festival to mark opening of concert hall EDUCATION. 643
Rainforest Indian is appealing to Welsh shoppers; POLITICS. 352
Record fee on line for Arshavin. 487
Rhys gets expert support to help defeat problems; EDUCATION WALES Teen with a rare disorder helped to realise potential. 483
Riding out economic storm... marina is a haven of luxury; ECONOMY. 445
shades of the past; In the 1970s, comedies like Till Death Do Us Part and Love Thy Neighbour were liberally sprinkled with the kind of racist language that would cause outcry among modern audiences. In light of Prince Harry's royal race row, Darren Devine looks at how our perceptions of offensive language have changed over recent decades. 1674
Shame about Hayden; the inside track... 115
Skipper Voth back in action to lift Devils. 621
Steering a safe career course in stormy waters; Career consultant and executive coach Tony Charles advocates positive career management in 2009 as the recession bites. 517
Storm clouds of recession gather over private schools; EDUCATION. 542
Student recovering after fall from roof; wales news bulletin. 103
Swansea will want revenge on us for beating Cardiff... whoops! I got that wrong, admits James. 923
Terfel to make WNO Wagner debut in classic baritone role. 953
The Death of Justice; Morning Serial. 515
Thousands of jobs lost in a day-with more expected; ECONOMY. 321
TODAY ON WalesOnline. 135
uk news bulletin: BA staff bailed over aircraft 'hit-and-run'. 114
uk news bulletin: Cut the cost of wedding with pounds 100 outfit. 108
uk news bulletin: Immigration inquiry over BNP members. 115
Value of Welsh merger and acquisition deals rises. 535
Webb takes blame for cup calamity. 239
Welsh banker is made a minister to help tackle economic crisis; ECONOMY. 821
Welsh corporate lawyers help Solera seal HPI deal. 294
Welsh director in pounds 15m bank scam, court told; Simple luck helped thwart plot - barrister. 641
Welsh troops aiming to promote Afghan control; Strategy is the key to scaling down British army presence. 581
Western Mail COMMENT: Why our soldiers must succeed in Afghanistan. 467
When he was in the hospice, I used to take him to the pub. We used to have a little lunch, and a smoke and a glass of wine. He was still young. He lived more in six months than the vast majority live in their lifetime. 1598
Which of these three hotels has been voted the best in Britain? Review website TripAdvisor reveals people's surprise favourite choice. 867
Who will rescue the 'rescuers' as the crunch tilts us towards disaster? second glance. 458
Wigan confident Heskey will stay. 439
world news bulletin: Guantanamo youngster ordered to be freed. 121
world news bulletin: Legal action threat over gas crisis. 114
world news bulletin: Work stops on 'tallest skyscraper'. 108
Worthy Giggs still capable of producing real surprises. 741

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