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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (March 19, 2009)

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'Lives can be put at risk' by complex calculators. 256
'Part of the problem'. 241
10 years on, drive to halve child poverty 'stands on the brink of failure' This week marks the 10th anniversary of the UK Government's pledge to eradicate child poverty by 2020 and halve it by 2010. Save the Children in Wales hosted a workshop with a group of 10-year-old children to find out if they think poverty is still a major problem in Wales today. 1266
Actress Natasha Richardson dies after fall. 222
Awards open up to all Welsh firms; CHAMBERS FO COMMERCE BUSINESS AWARDS 2009. 476
Bank's rate-setters voice caution over decision to 'print' money. 469
Be more inspiring. 161
Benefit thief claimed pounds 11,000 while living in sun-soaked Thailand. 445
Benitez signs up until 2014. 331
Blair wins backing for Iraq war; RETROREPORT March, 2003. 282
Brain's chief Waddington is to be next CBI Wales chairman. 268
British pair will take on Bolt. 111
Button is in hunt - Bernie. 279
Calzaghe provides inspiration for DeGale. 324
Can't we be trusted with these powers? 205
Carwyn Jones sets out credentials to lead Wales with call for new agenda; 'Labour must base appeal on politics of social justice and sustainability'. 701
CHILD poverty has been reduced in Wales recently; With time running out to eradicate child poverty Suzanne Barnes, project manager at education charity ContinYou Cymru, looks at how schools can make a difference. 652
Children's Radio 4 put to sleep - most listeners now are over 50. 373
city market report. 413
Clough film boycotted by his family receives its premiere. 289
coffee break: Home cooking; Lamb's liver with caramelised onions Waitrose. Recipe 219
coffee break: QUIZ OF THE DAY. 188
coffee break: Slick show leaves you hungry for more; Review Little Shop of Horrors New Theatre, Cardiff ****. 349
coffee break: They said what? 199
Company proves it's a class ACT; Star Status is awarded. 349
County are shambles in big defeat. 164
Cricket: Influx of key Aussies in Ashes year irking Miller. 511
Daughter's testimony shames Fritzl into making full confession; Austrian incest father changes his plea to guilty on all counts. 1123
Devils aiming for six of best in big finish to league. 477
EDUCATION WALES: Colleges to help beat downturn. 230
EDUCATION WALES: Passionate and supportive tutor remembered with art; Award to pay tribute to inspirational Eunice's efforts with adult learners. 333
FA probe after Hull accuse Fabregas in spitting incident. 606
Firms and councils reach understanding. 298
French Connection aims to ride out downturn after pounds 17.4m loss. 424
French in fear of Italians. 262
Hadden questions Borthwick's allegations. 241
He's brought me joy, tears, pride, but above all laughter. And he always will; Emotional farewell to young soldier. 776
Horse Racing: Snoopy National test. 596
Hughes rules out Bellamy return. 333
I just want to shine, said hero soldier. You did that boy, says his grieving mum; Moving tribute at Welsh rifleman's funeral. 260
I was at rock bottom, says mum who ran off to Spain; 'I hope my children will forgive me'. 728
Innocent man freed after 27 years in jail for murder; Britain's longest-serving victim of miscarriage of justice 'ecstatic'. 702
Innocent man freed after 27 years in jail for murder; Britain's longest-serving victim of miscarriage of justice 'ecstatic'. 515
It was really our day, admits delighted Jones. 342
It's a slow business. 413
James ponders action on exit. 315
Johnson ups the ante for Twickers showdown; SIX NATIONS 2009 THE BIG SHOWDOWN. 244
Low praise for Ballack. 172
Mafaaz wins his ticket to the Kentucky Derby. 162
Met chief demands inquiry over terror case. 153
Monk tells Swans the promotion dream far from over. 760
Monks liked a drink. But they didn't need a 3am ride in a trolley; second glance. 439
Morning Serial; The Death of Justice. 547
Murdered Welshman's family say justice done; Refugee gets life for killings in NZ. 515
NHS unlikely to cut hours for junior doctors in time to miss threat of fines; BMA urges trusts to take urgent action after damning auditor's report. 709
No go Joe; Why Jones' demands on Toshack to rest Cardiff skipper Ledley will fall on deaf ears. 1217
Our health will depend on what Pennington says today; The long-awaited report into the 2005 South Wales Valleys E.coli O157 outbreak will be published today. Health Editor Madeleine Brindley recalls the events the report covers and its assesses its likely far-reaching importance. 908
Pay rises of up to 13.6% are awarded to university chiefs. 831
Plaid disingenuous. 310
Poverty trapped; Will the battle be won? Child poverty is something we associate with the Third World or even post-war Britain - not 21st-century Wales. But tens of thousands of children are today existing below the breadline in Wales. As part of the Western Mail's Our Wales: Our Children season, Madeleine Brindley reports on the long shadow cast by child poverty and the fight to eradicate it. 2748
Reds duo are rivals - Giggs. 194
Richardson's family gather at her hospital bedside. 228
Ross keeps his cool from the spot to deliver victory in late drama. 1137
Seals to shed light on life in Wales in Middle Ages; EDUCATION WALES Researchers will study thousands of examples in collection at National Library. Report 630
Seven people for each job vacancy and no hope yet. 575
Shanks and Bod are centres of excellence; SIX NATIONS 2009 THE BIG SHOWDOWN. 1064
Skilled workers needed despite 2m out of a job. 543
Some Plaid AMs vent anger as One Wales votes to bring in top-up fees; Alliance with Labour's policy splits party, despite help for less well off. 999
Taking pride in education. 464
Tenants get help with their careers. 252
There may be trouble ahead but firms still fail to plan. 552
Time is ticking for junior doctors' overlong hours; Western Mail COMMENT. 460
Top polar scientists setting agenda; EDUCATION WALES. 282
Traffic cop close to tears after jail sentence for 120mph smash; Police car flew through the air when it hit water. 579
Turn-off Irish are boring; THE BIG SHOWDOWN SIX NATIONS 2009 Scathing Taylor goes on the offensive against 'Dad's Army'. 769
Two young Awol soldiers at centre of 'bullying' claims to return to barracks. 213
uk news bulletin: Met chief calls for inquiry over case. 117
uk news bulletin: Search police to dig up farmland. 119
uk news bulletin: Soldier's killers are cowards, says sister. 111
uk news bulletin: Two bodies in lake near florist's home. 107
Versatile Blues ready for glory run. 430
Victory remembered. 171
Villa boss is standing by his team selections. 345
Wales to deny Irish and lift Triple Crown; THE BIG SHOWDOWN SIX NATIONS 2009. 852
Watch out Wales, best yet to come - O'Driscoll. 221
Watchdog creates tougher rules for bankers. 365
We fear nobody in Europe, insists Gerrard. 342
Why Saturday's titanic battle means so much to the tide of fans crossing the Irish Sea; Cardiff prepares for an influx of Irish rugby fans hoping forawin. 1342
WIN Wales v Ireland RBS 6 Nations tickets. 241
Winning outlook for Irish; SIX NATIONS 2009 THE BIG SHOWDOWN. 340
world news bulletin: Bush to write book on 12 key decisions. 105
world news bulletin: Parents shocked by son's 'hatred'. 107
Worried? You must be having a laugh Warren, Irish stars hit back. 939
Zeta's latest movie is made for the Far East - but better not blink; Seven-minute film is at centre of Lux campaign. 1095

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