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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (July 27, 2009)

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'Now I have a remote control in my pocket for both ears' Soloist urges others to seek help after hearing aid changed his life. 672
'There is a message board in the unit with photos of other premature babies with letters from their parents about how well their children had progressed. Little things like that go a long way in helping you feel you're not alone'. 2033
'We drove down there in our patrol vehicle and shouted to them to come back off the bank and it was then the sand started to give way' Lifeguards in Tenby praised as heroes. 1039
999 service in need of emergency treatment. 591
A zombie flick made for pounds 45 hits big screen. 324
Alonso joins action as the Reds roll to an easy friendly win. 608
Ambulance response times a 'serious risk to patients' Emergency calls too slow in Wales. 864
Arson suspects held as fires hit Corsica; world newsbulletin. 103
Asbestos timebomb in Wales' classrooms; 'Wherever there is asbestos in our schools, then there is a risk'. 2856
Asbestos timebomb in Wales' classrooms; Wherever there is asbestos in our schools, then there is a risk'. 1292
ASK THE EXPERTS. 389
Athletes get in train...ing for 2012 Olympics. 288
Bakers in move to petrol stations. 208
Beacons being brought back from the brink; The iconic lighthouses of Wales have protected storm-hit and fog-bound seafarers from crashing into the rocks of its coastline for two centuries. Sally Williams meets the man who is making sure that they survive the next 10 years and more, after decades of taking a battering from sea spray and rain. 1348
Bell gets vote of confidence from upbeat England for Ashes mission. 964
Boys finally feel it's OK to call ChildLine - but why don't more make a cry for help? Number asking for support has tripled in space of just five years. 971
Breeders lure for Conduit. 367
Brewerton left on unlucky 13. 186
British Airways comes down to earth with a pounds 100m operating loss; First-quarter deficit marks a low point in history of BA. 918
Brown given until autumn to gear up for fightback; Chancellor Darling insists Labour can win next General Election. 847
Bruce maintains pursuit of Bent. 290
Business confidence is on the rise in South Wales; More than half surveyed see economic outlook as 'hopeful'. 473
business sharetips. 426
Call for troops to quit Afghanistan; world newsbulletin. 109
Calls for tripling of funds to boost research into dementia; BREAKING HEALTH NEWS. 196
Cardboard house show explores plight of homeless. 326
Cardiff goes Wacko over Jacko. 277
Carew upset champions; Pembrokeshire County Cricket sport@walesonline.co.uk. 318
Charities celebrate VAT cut from text donations. 362
Charity calls for fight to save a generation from diabetes. 252
College archives its pupils' histor y. 338
Conductor raises baton to his father; Preview National Youth Orchestra ofWales Aberystwyth Arts Centre. 341
Contador wins Tour as Cav signs off. 379
Cooke sidelined by mystery bug. 119
Davies is eighth as the records tumble. 296
Delighted Gruffudd looks forward to fatherhood. 171
Deputy Vaughan to follow Wilding as police chief. 198
Dimi has wish for Fletcher to return. 345
Doctors win right to stay on in the UK. 308
Don't be too hopeful, warns Hartson's dad, as star moves from hospital. 306
Don't try this at home - life's not a celluloid dream of romance. 926
Donaldson denied by Gonzalez birdie blitz in Sweden. 541
Dovizioso delight at dramatic Donington. 325
Eastick is urging attacking policy; SOCCER S HORTS. 161
Feverish Bulls are real swines as Crusaders struggle again. 561
Fitzpatrick calls for NZ stars to come home for good of the All Blacks; delmeparfitt delme.parfitt@walesonline.co.uk. 1128
Five children killed in Stockholm blaze; world newsbulletin. 120
French flying theatre dazzles crowds. 159
Giggs hits hat-trick, but United face tougher tests. 837
Globe stars raise curtain on castle's summer bill. 291
Gower ends his goal drought as ace Lopez makes Swans debut. 1139
Hain tribute to tragic newly-weds; One year since honeymooners were murdered. 536
Hamilton back to winning ways in an emotional race. 698
Harry closes in on Crouch. 275
Helping patients to live with a chronic illness or disability; BREAKING HEALTH NEWS. 119
Hero's welcome in Nepal for campaigner Lumley. 605
Home cooking; Summer berry jam. 252
How death of my mate Chris spurred me on to find success; Presenter reveals teen pal's tragedy. 922
It's new targets for Swans after bid for Counago hits rocks. 538
It's time to rethink council boundaries; LETTERS. 187
It's world medal time for Brit pair Jo and Rebecca. 549
Its' a whirlwind of a tour but Roxie role puts ex-EastEnder centre stage; After three years in Albert Square, Emma Barton is now treading the boards and, she tells Matt Thomas, she is loving every minute of it. 739
Japan's 'wladfa' LETTERS. 453
Legion's welcome for service for WWI sacrifice. 372
Let Wales cut loose; LETTERS. 283
Lions sensation Jenkins turns back on mega-deal; But new contract will make Wales star Gethin Blues' best-paid player. 449
Lisvane set the pace; Welsh Club Conference sport@walesonline.co.uk. Conference news 267
Lost Plaid lords; LETTERS. 174
Man is due in court charged with murder. 221
McCormack has players' backing, insists Kennedy. 1067
More misery for misfiring man Johnson. 450
More of the tasks performed by doctors will be taken on by nurses as money gets tighter in NHS; Nurses and other frontline health staff are increasingly taking on more complex skills and duties that were once the preserve of doctors alone. Health Editor Madeleine Brindley asked three experts, do we still need doctors? 1328
More open debate is needed to bring swifter collaboration; THE PROFESSIONALS Neelam Bhardwaja. 625
Morning Serial; Voices of the Children. 578
North Korea threatens 'unimaginable' all-out war. 238
Number of children arrested in Wales falls. 194
Our paramedics deserve a better system than this; COMMENT. 457
Please stay Ross, we need you, insistsChopra. 447
pounds 60m funding secures Jurys hotel growth. 189
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 134
Regions must give Gatland his players to face All Blacks; Let's put money into rugby, not the pockets of lawyers. 696
Remembering 1241; LETTERS. 224
Renault banned following loose wheel incident. 166
Research unit seeks bullying victims. 302
Rhys holds his nerve to seal Welsh win in sudden-death play-off drama. 404
Roberts takes Seniors crown. 350
Sandbank heroes are back on the beach. 232
Schu is touted as Massa stand-in. 203
Shearer 'in limbo' over Newcastle. 407
Six stowaways hid in baby-food lorry; uk newsbulletin. 117
Swine flu continues march across Wales as thousands contact GPs. 893
Terry 'committed' to Chelsea cause; SOCCER S HORTS. 104
The millionaire who forages for food in supermarket rubbish bins; This passionate freegan hates to see waste. 876
The naked truth is revealed about America and my Welsh manhood; OPINION. 494
There's no change at top; South Wales League sport@walesonline.co.uk. 321
They said what? 225
Top game is a thriller; South Wales Association sport@walesonline.co.uk. 262
Two arrested after three killed in crash; uk newsbulletin. 111
Villa monitor Heskey's fitness. 188
Wales stumped; LETTERS. 119
Wales' green, green ways are just not green enough; WAG urged to support greater reuse of packaging and bring back milk bottles. 717
Wales' poorest areas 'given bad deal by Lottery'. 707
Your stars with Patrick Arundell. 650
Zealand mistakes Springboks punish New. 697

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