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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (June 10, 2009)

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'Make osteopathy available on NHS' wales newsbulletin. 120
'Semblance of normality' returns to property rental market. 280
'Suspicious' death man named as woman treated in hospital. 140
'Wo r s t of recession behind us'. 193
1944 victory credit; LETTERS. 361
A perfect solution for secure storage; ADVERTISING FEATURE. 864
Accent on English; LETTERS. 310
Advisers warn of a 'period of uncertainty' for office market; Second-half take-up 50% lower than in first half. 707
Agincourt bucks trend as it takes on extra staff. 453
An effective move to new offices in city for PR agency. 354
Another hotel explosion rocks Pakistan, killing five. 291
Australian PM attacks 'lowlife' chef Ramsay after outburst. 378
Banking and retail stocks among the day's winners; citybulletin. 449
Being a young carer makes you grow up faster than you realise. 307
Best of enemies to best of friends. 1075
Boards 'should spend more time discussing strategy'. 363
Boxing brothers face jail for punching banker to death. 571
Burden of recession falls on shoulders of the young who never really shared in boom; Tough jobs market set to get worse. 1200
Capitol opportunity to sell Welsh culture in Washington; Wales will find itself in the international spotlight this month, showcased at a major US exhibition. Author and broadcaster Jon Gower looks forward to the nation's star billing at Washington DC's Smithsonian Folklife Festival. 901
Cardiff needs space to house ambition. 774
Celtic Miner drills into the coal market down under. 467
Christopher Brain to retire as brewery chairman. 526
Chwarae Teg makes key appointment for Agile Nation project. 347
Commonwealth sales drive. 412
Dad-of-3 'killed by gay lover after lies exposed' Victim left wife and children for conman, murder trial is told: 'This defendant has shown himself to be rather more than a common-orgarden liar. He is rather a good one'. 1366
Dalrymple leads way as Glamorgan thankful to their battling skipper. 1033
Directors risking their futures over bankruptcy proceedings; They must consider duties to creditors, says solicitor. 644
Duchess amused by pony's timing; uk newsbulletin. 120
Dylai'r gwleidyddion droi at farddoniaeth; welshcolumn. 648
Eddie's aim is regular clashes. 329
England in refund pledge over tube strike. 187
Faith in economy 'is still growing'. 159
FD Systems acquires a Microsoft 'gold partner' in its rival Clarita; Software firm set to expand business platform across UK. 508
Financial planner awarded academic enterprise fellowship by university. 297
Forever England; LETTERS. 237
Furniture store ads 'likely to mislead' uk newsbulletin. 105
Global Laser buyout team eye new markets; Firm aims to double turnover. Company overview 610
Green Bay's drama arm relaunches after linking up with Vox. 271
Greene King buys 11 pubs from Punch. 180
Half of parents feeling financial strain. 229
Heineken Cup draw does Welsh regions no favours. 1118
Home cooking; Mackerel with orange, carrot and pomegranate. Recipe 192
Hopes rise for kidnapped Britons as militant freed; Two Welshmen among five seized in 2007. 479
Hunting with dogs; LETTERS. 212
Hygiene 'must come before political targets', BMA warns. 323
IG back on track after trading recovers in UK and Australia. 240
Insolvency lets sun in on Thos Cook; Shareholder collapse 'won't affect staff'. 384
Jim delivers for Dods. 143
Job losses predicted for public services. 152
Junior doctors in Wales to continue working long hours despite EU rule; NHS trusts ask for exemption from deadline. 627
Kinnock quits British Council for Glenys' sake. 442
Kiwis come up just short in Lord's battle. 188
Lifeguards should have done their job, says father of boy who suffered brain injury in pool. 395
Long way to go until our higher earners ditch cars. 697
Make savings now for a brighter future; ADVERTISING FEATURE: Judith Gage, Barclays Local Business Area Manager for Cardiff, looks at the importance of watching the pennies for every small business. 475
Man versus Everything; As a wacky Welsh town prepares to host the arduous Man versus Horse challenge on Saturday morning, Sally Williams takes a look at some of the weirdest events being held in Wales this summer. 2085
Manics deliver Richey's Revenge; Review Manic Street Preachers London Forum. 327
Market stocks enjoy a dead Brown bounce. 480
MD returns to his roots at Axiom. 324
Media players like idea of fund for local news on ITV. 842
Men run television. They have this thing in their heads that you have to have some young, sexy woman and an older man; Ex-GMTV anchor Fiona hits out at male-dominated TV industry. 923
Mind the children; LETTERS. 195
More bodies found after plane tragedy; world newsbulletin. 118
Morning Serial; Voices of the Children. 489
Mum 'killed babies to save money' world newsbulletin. 123
Nursery parents' disgust after indecency arrest; Woman, 39, in custody as police continue their investigations. 749
Obama 'could learn from Wales' wales newsbulletin. 146
Outrage as Lloyds announces C& G branch network closure; 'Disgraceful' plan will mean loss of 833 full-time jobs: Outrage over C&G network closure. 991
Pakistan's fun approach does for the Dutch. 617
Palace on agenda in Delegator mission. 559
Pick of the day. 201
Plaid's election bid threatens to drown out Brown clean-up. 636
Plumtree upset over absence of Sharks' stars. 651
Pontrilas secures pounds 8.3m in funding. Company overview 193
Prepare for the end of final salary pensions; More companies announce closure of their schemes. 643
Principality targets young savers with new cash ISA. 354
Remove barriers to winning public contracts, says report. 469
Restaurant of Year chef was taught by grandma. 340
Rhian spearheads Welsh challenge; SPORTS SHORTS. 184
Rhodri hints 'force majeure' may require him to put off his retirement. 1259
Ridsdale in Big Apple for NY Mets know-how. 637
Romaniw makes bid for world singer prize. 285
Rowlands to be regional head of Barclays Commercial Bank. 117
Ryan in shock Lions call-up. 528
Search under way for Wales' fastest growing businesses; And this year the list will be extended beyond SMEs. 677
Shane must see off the big Sharks attack now. 1346
Short-term solutions for long-term gains; ADVERTISING FEATURE: Andrew Rowlands, Head of Cardiff and South East Wales, Barclays Commercial Bank offers some advice for businesses looking to survive and thrive the economic downturn. 502
Slumdog actor finally gets a home; world newsbulletin. 104
St David's scheme to retail revival - and economy; shopping development could kick-start whole region'. 561
Step-by-step accident advice is on the cards. 246
Students go blue to help snatch Smurfs record. 235
Swans talk to legend Speed after Blades give go-ahead. 703
Swine flu outbreak 'may have become pandemic'. 356
The green, green grass of home? That would be in Wiltshire, Tom. 1042
The late Mr Charles Dickens; RETRO REPORT How we covered... 295
There's a rash of complications when democracy comes to school; OPINION. 458
They said what? 288
Three join board of housing association. 237
Time is right for Wales to take its place on cricket's international stage. 597
Time's up now for doctors' overlong hours; COMMENT. 456
Toulouse injury forces Stcherbina to quit. 240
Tourism revival in Wales yet to take off, as bookings are flat; But many believe better weather will draw the crowds. 623
Travel tips for healthy business; ADVERTISING FEATURE. 565
Tributes paid to Wales and British Lions scrum-half Haydn Tanner; Former captain passes away at age of 92. 579
Tutu to receive Bangor degree. 158
Wales young guns set up showdown with Australia. 304
We're not interested in Lavezzi, insists Liverpool boss Benitez. 391
Welsh architects design retail centre for the Alps. 390
Welsh history erased at Powis Castle; LETTERS. 168
Welsh patients charged in England for prescriptions to have money paid back. 311
Welshman is held on party isle. 188
Williams facing his Test D-Day. 334
Wimbledon fitness target for Nadal; SPORTS SHORTS. 166
Wind-farm protesters say Dutch firm fears local referendum. 253
Young carers want ID cards - to prove they're not lying; Children's Commissioner calls on Assembly to consider the idea. 645
Yourstars with Patrick Arundell. 556

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