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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (July 23, 2009)

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'Bigger and better' rally will drop Wales from title; Event remains in dispute with WAG. 668
'Earn respect now and make friends for life' Now is the time for the construction industry to show aptitude and maximise the presence of Welsh companies, says Huw Jones, chairman of CECA Wales. 778
'I'm no saint' says Silvio Berlusconi; world newsbulletin. 101
2010 fixture boost for Ffos Las. 448
23 suspects arrested in operation. 160
A MINISTER'SVIEW. 650
A UNIVERSITY VIEW [...]. 593
Abandoned cars cost Welsh councils as much as pounds 1.2m. 314
Alonso decision is needed quickly. 309
Australian firms start vaccine trials. 249
Bait to get children hooked on angling as part of pounds 2.6m tourism project. 392
Barrage increases flow of visitors; From declining docklands to a major leisure destination - Cardiff Bay has been completely regenerated thanks to a feat of engineering. 368
Beijing boost as Payne lands great British gold. 637
Being Welsh; LETTERS. 178
Bluebirds settle into new home with cultured show against mighty Hoops. 958
Butchers serve up success at show; show newsbulletin. 113
Caring for wounded; LETTERS. 278
CBI hopelessly out of touch with reality; LETTERS. 235
Celtic brothers at stadium opening. 238
Change in the air as S4C rises to the digital switchover challenge; Welsh TV viewers are being warned to prepare for the digital broadcasting revolution, with the switch-over from analogue set to begin next month. Here Tim Hartley, head of corporate affairs at S4C, outlines how the channel is preparing for the challenge of the new digital age: the thursday essay. 703
Cheesy idea for Guides' centenar y. 236
Chemist's explosive videos are YouTube hit; Experiments have been viewed by seven million. 648
Children's sleep problems linked to inactivity. 360
city marketreport. 467
CLICK ON. 148
Contador sees off brothers' attack. 347
Dafydd is aiming to really lift the Blues; James is ready to take his chance. 614
Dafydd wants to banish his Scarlets woe at the Blues; James is ready to take his chance. 761
Danger signs; LETTERS. 259
Davies out to impress as Ospreys' new No 9. 329
Defending critical infrastructure. 725
ECB lbW; LETTERS. 196
Employers get a warning on holiday pay for long-term sick. 495
Encon cleans up; A pounds 5m waste management plant is the latest successful project to be completed by Encon Construction, leading to a new partnership. 404
Ex-farmer, 91, wins pounds 200,000 for wrong investments advice; Compensation offer made by Barclays after heavy losses. 582
Farmer helps to highlight dangers; show newsbulletin. 153
Fear and amazement as Asia watches solar eclipse. 282
Five charged with supplying steroids. 178
Football star 'in a huff for not getting his own way' Club barman gives evidence in Seven Gerrard trail. 796
Fugitive snubs 'pay pounds 2.6m or go to jail' order on brothel earnings. 714
Ghostbuster accused in court. 125
Giteau defends Burgess. 369
Graduate refugees to now help others to learn English. 341
Hawkish MPC looks likely to turn off printing press; Barring trouble, quantitative easing set to stop at pounds 150bn. 468
Helicopters row puts Brown on defensive over Afghanistan. 542
Help for diabetics; LETTERS. 213
Horlicks sales help to wake up revenues at pharmaceuticals giant. Financial report 170
Hospital 'left patient at risk of heart attack as he waited 18 months for op' Watchdog to investigate errors by Trust. 669
How we can improve on Brunel's handiwork; Prime Minister Gordon Brown explains today's announcement that will see the electrification of the mainline between London and Swansea within eight years, leading to a cut in journey times of 19 minutes. 418
HSBC fined pounds 3.2m for losing customers' details. 368
Improving McLarens Hungary for success. 422
Iraq victim's father wins right to challenge coroner; Circumstances of son's death 'very suspicious'. 521
It's just the one Twenty20 event. 261
Jones sounds big Ledley warning for Hull's Brown. 535
Just 3.5% of inward investment projects into the UK came to Wales last year. 647
Man died after gas fire ignited cloud of lighter fuel in his home. 146
Man who lied about baby's injuries jailed for perjury. 329
Manufacturing hopes are knocked back. 435
Match-fixing concerns after players banned. 310
Men found guilty of blackmail plot; wales newsbulletin. 122
More dog-walkers will be killed by cattle, warns FUW; Spate of fatal tramplings in recent weeks. 646
Morning Serial; Voices of the Children. 474
Mud, mud, glorious mud, there's nothing quite like it for trotting stallions. 362
Mum over limit as she drove girl home. 182
Musical royalty continue to flourish; Preview The Searchers Venues throughout Wales. 372
Never mind the expenses, it's the deals that matter; Business Editor Sion Barry on why the real issue is not expense claims at International Business Wales, but its performance over the next two years. 1097
New bypass brings wider community links; As the largest scheme of its kind undertaken by a local authority in the UK, Church Village bypass is vital for economic regeneration. 779
Offices of Jackson's doctor searched; world newsbulletin. 103
One-legged Alice Cooper fan spared jailed over attack. 230
Only a t hird of c linicians think their organisation is managing to cope. 444
Opportunity lies in the massive markets of a returned-to- growtglobal economy and a wave of technological changes; Business Secretary Lord Mandelson is in Wales today for the Cabinet's meeting in Cardiff. Here, he explains why he feels investing in growth today is the only way to balance the books tomorrow.... 917
Patience will be key to Bangor's Euro prospects. 450
Pay changes 'catastrophic' for farmers in fertile areas; 'Those getting above pounds 170 a hectare could be worst off'. 725
People ask what I whisper to them but that's between me and the badgers; Newtown's 'Badgerman' for 30 years. 783
Pietersen is forced out of the Ashes. 524
Plans for pounds 5.1m junior school approved in latest part of county's pounds 180m modernisation programme. 188
Police shoot fleeing suspect dead. 282
pounds 600m South Wales to London electric rail link revealed; Huge project could take 10 years to finish. 1328
pounds 600m South Wales to London electric rail link revealed; Huge project could take 10 years to finish: pounds 600m rail link upgrade for other lines inWales plan prompts calls to be electrified. 1336
Pubs serve up pint-sized ideas to save the environment. 532
Pupils turn computer game designers. 382
Questions over future of Terfel's Faenol Festival [...]; Company refuses to confirm deal. 575
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 130
Rains leave at least six dead in Japan; world newsbulletin. 104
Republicans may find a new way in DC that's not born in the USA; secondglance. 466
Ross ready to take on Springboks' lineout. 349
Ruthless police killer caught in Africa is jailed; Local militia were paid to seize Mustaf Jama and put him on a plane to Britain. 669
Smoked ham tortilla with chargrilled peppers. 140
Strategic degrees lay foundation for fighting recession; pounds 16.5m investment aims to provide the skilled workforce Wales needs. 544
Sven insists he's not in it just for money. 296
Take a chance to make a change; In a day and age when the emphasis is firmly on getting and keeping a job, the importance of training is paramount. Many people are re-training to seek a change of direction in employment while others are using training to improve their existing skills. Here are a few options... 1000
The Institution of Civil Engineers at the heart of modern society; We all need to keep our skills and knowledge updated to kick start the economy, says: Keith Jones, director of ICE Wales Cymru, provider of continued learning opportunities. 515
The NEC can help you bring in projects on time and on budget - if you use it wisely; The Welsh Assembly Government looks set to favour New Engineering Contracts for new projects. Do your homework and it will serve you well, says Ioan Prydderch, of Hugh James. 632
They said what? 197
Thousands join online battle to save Torchwood character Ianto. 214
Under-threat fungi and mosses in Wales 'as important as the rainforests and must be protected'. 237
Union attacks teaching council changes; NASUWT says hearings will 'destroy' teachers. 552
Value of Queen's estate drops a fifth; uk newsbulletin. 119
Vital rail-line upgrade must be only a first step; COMMENT. 468
Voluntary scheme aiming to help families return to work. 129
Wales 'is trailing over support for people with dyslexia' 'Funding needed for helplines and software'. 761
Wales going it alone on swine flu helpline as virus spreads; Health minister announces that all advice services will be kept local. 957
Warning that small business could go bust because of sickness levels. 260
Was the son of Rhondda pit-man the real 'Father of the Internet'? Welsh scientist developed system for world wide web. 1050
Watch out Henson, Jamie's aiming to be centre of attention. 1010
We must continue to encourage choice' Local authority extends consultation period for plans to change school transport. 585
Welsh Guard's funeral tomorrow. 103
Winning's the thing; LETTERS. 175
Your stars with Patrick Arundell [...]. 640

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