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

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'Blameless' DVLA! LETTERS. 114
'I like a home to look lived in, and I think mine does'. 519
'I was wrong to pick all my senior players against Finland' John Toshack's no-nonsense verdict on Wales' veteran: 'We have to ask ourselves if they are the ones we need' 'Young guns did well without them and deserve a chance'. 1179
'Insulation isn't very sexy but it does work!' Ahead of his appearance at Wales' Greener Homes and Buildings Show, Dick Strawbridge tells Matt Thomas that insulation might not be cool, but it still gets him hot under the collar. 689
'Lamppost louts' target city streets; wales newsbulletin. 110
'The Urdd is such a fantastic learning curve, I gained so much from competing' Youth festival proves to be springboard for launching talent. 741
10 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT LOSING WEIGHT. 191
25 things not to miss at. 1596
A comedy of errors; LETTERS. 193
A CULTURAL WEEKEND... How I'll spend the next 48 hours. 247
Adrian is a punk now - and he's serious; Ade Edmondson tells Gavin Allen he has always been a punk. Now he's proving it, albeit on the mandolin. 855
All for a good cause; As rugby legend Jonathan Davies is named president of Velindre Cancer Centre, Rin Simpson talks to him about how cancer has tinged his own life with tragedy. 914
Alternative to MMR; LETTERS. 207
Ambitious Smith has win repeat in mind for Crusaders. 629
And you may also like...... 230
AUTHOR'S NOTES; With career and family filling her life, Bethan Darwin realised there was no point waiting for the 'right time' to write a novel. 886
BA nosedives to record loss as fuel bill and recession hit. Financial report 640
Baby Peter's tormentors given indefinite jail terms; Judge rejects 'calculating and selfish' mother's pleas for mercy. 687
BANK HOLIDAY MONDAY. 330
Banned poet's album bind music and poetry aims to together. 884
BNP chief barred from Palace party; uk newsbulletin. 110
BRAINTEASERS. 399
Building restarts as demand grows. 203
BYDO GAN - ATGOFION MELYSJAC DAVIES, Golygwyd gan Eurof Williams, Gwasg Gomer, pounds 7.99. 318
CAB couple jailed for six years say the pounds 575k all gone. 1010
Cameron set pace; LETTERS. 114
Casey is on course as Welsh pair shine. 545
ChandlerKBS moves. 168
Chemical leak at skip site put workers in hospital. 227
Chrysalis sounds upbeat note with better-than-expected figures. 313
city marketreport. 428
contents. 158
CORONATION STREET. 174
Country house with business potential; Abergwynant Hall is a large family home with six self-catering. 525
Court condemns doctor for accusing mother of murder. 473
Culture vultures prepare to make Hay as sun and big crowds are predicted. 595
CYNGERDD YR URDD: BRYN TERFEL. 232
Death of Victor Hugo; RETRO REPORT. Theater review 277
DIGITAL. 765
Dinsdale hoping for second shot at US. 329
Disneyland Resort Paris On Site Summer Magic. 183
Diving for pearls in the charity shop. 433
DON'T MIND YOUR Qs & Ps TAKEONE; As director of the Urdd National Eisteddfod, Aled SiYn is gearing up for a really busy week. 564
Don't say retiring! Politician, feminist icon and fashion fan. Glenys Kinnock, who retires as an MEP next month, takes Abbie Wightwick through her career highlights and what it means to be a woman. 2571
Duffy is in 007's sights for film theme. 481
Dysgu yn agor cyfleoedd. 178
EASTENDERS. 177
Edinburgh Tattoo. 196
EISTEDDFOD YR URDD BAE CAERDYDD 2 0 0 9. 151
EMMERDALE. 165
England are refusing to panic over injured stars. 363
F1 bosses look to solve big row. 163
Fatal car-crash driver admits guilt; wales newsbulletin. 106
Ferguson can do what he likes, insists Hull's Brown. 125
Festival to 'bringphilosophy out of the academy and into your life'. 331
Festival to bring together digital story tellers. 359
Firing 'these people' is the only solution for party leaders; realpolitik. 436
FRIDAY 2 9. 583
FRIDAY. 309
GREEN SCENE. 463
Griffiths storms to victory. 179
Gwyliau gyda Mistar Urdd! CYMRAEG: Anturiaethau criw o blant ar daith breswyl i Wersyll yr Urdd Glan-llyn yw testun llyfr newydd sy'n cael ei lansio yn ystod Eisteddfod yr Urdd. Bethan Mair fu'n holi'r awdur Gareth James. 732
Help sought to find missing man; wales newsbulletin. 126
High life in Hong Kong; On the former British colony, everything points up, as Andy Welch discovered. 975
HOLLYOAKS. 164
Home advantage pays off for Smith. 186
Home cooking; Chicken with mushrooms using a ready-to-roast joint. Recipe 180
Hook set to win Cipriani battle for Lionsspot after 11th hour talks. 727
I have never claimed the amount available under Additional Costs Allowance; Two homes keep travel costs down, insists AM. 1243
I've made Parliament a better place, says man who brokered the sale of expenses data disc. 407
IN THE GALLERY. 162
It's not the final we anticipated... but Leinster to edge it. 577
It's tug-of-war for Lions as Cipriani and Hook are in the tour frame; Cipriani, Hook in tug-o-war. 722
Italy's Most Beautiful Lakes. 207
James has been playing the pain, says Hart. 135
James is called up for tour by Wales. 252
Kenny ready for the Lions roar to Wembley glory; Football Correspondent Chris Wathan speaks to Wembley-bound ex-Swansea City boss Kenny Jackett about how he has battled back after life at the Liberty turned sour. 1126
Kent's final curtain a lavish production; Preview Turandot Swansea Grand Theatre. 324
Lansio gwefan Golwg yn atgoffa rhywun o'r Titanic. 372
LATE DEALS. 415
Latest weapon in swine flu battle is... swabbing down door; Advice to use cleaning products as case numbers continue to rise. 636
Learning opens up opportunities. 147
Learning, laughter and lolling about in Hay; COMMENT. 462
Lost bags worry air passengers; uk newsbulletin. 120
Man jailed for horrific rapes. 201
Marital harmony is key to Jones' ambition. 1076
Martinez vows to add to Wales after Allen call. 434
mindmatters. 510
Morning Serial; Voices of the Children. 476
Morrissey celebrates his 50th with hometown gig. 320
Mortgages keep falling. 263
My Secret boutique; weekend. 281
MY TELLY. 582
My week. 211
Myfyrwyr o bob oedran yn dewis Astudiaethau Celtaidd. 224
No pledge on rates abolition. 219
OU says 'croeso' to a taste of Welsh at the Urdd. 326
Paving the way. 129
People are starting to crack in expenses row, warns Tory MP; 'Suicide a possibility as McCarthy style witch-hunt piles on pressure'. 1837
Pick of the crop; HOME TRUTHS. 567
Pincer movement saves old Lembit from the pot. 327
POBOL Y CWM S4C, Llun-Gwener, 8pm. 295
POBOL Y CWM. 159
POLITICS. 156
Poll shows 54% of adults want Brown to call a general election immediately. 313
Postgraduate study doesn't have to cost a fortune; ADVERTISING FEATURE. 465
Power station protest group struggles with hefty costs of 'public interest' fight. 577
Price fall brings homes in reach of key workers. 671
ProAct's not radical enough to protect thousands of jobs. 863
Protect our people; LETTERS. 124
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 138
QUIZOPEDIA. 621
ready, steady, cook! CELEBRITY CHEF PHIL VICKERY HASTEAMED UP WITH ALDI TO CHALLENGE THENATION TO COOK GREATVALUE,TASTYMEALSIN JUST20 MINUTES. WE ASKED HIM FOR HIS TOP TIPS AND A FEW RECIPES TO GET USSTARTED. Recipe 1211
Record drop in pay hits spending. 374
Recovery at risk? LETTERS. 123
relax with a good book... 253
Retrial ordered over attack on pregnant woman. 254
REVIEWS. 309
RHAGOLWG; TELEDU. 269
Rhaid gwneud mwy i rwystro'r erchyllterau. 347
Robinson has earned his England call - Allardyce. 113
Ross 'happy' Radio 2 show will be pre-recorded. 239
Sadistic boyfriend guilty of murdering sisters; 'He left behind a scene of carnage'. 672
SATURDAY. 457
Saving the banks was says expert in economics; But the cost to taxpayers will be very heavy. 780
Sbragia has warning for Black Cats. 238
Scientist works on despite porn ruling; uk newsbulletin. 102
Segro eyes warehouse specialist. 249
Seven Jewels of Italy. 193
Shearer's main goal is survival. 205
Silicon recycler ends sale talk. 322
Simply Dahlicious! 934
Slaley Hall, Slaley, Hexham, Newcastle upon Tyne; SHORT STAY. 345
Snap up a study of Napoleon the family man at Carmarthen Antiques Fair. 311
Southgate and Farr leading the pack. 374
Southgate vows to carry on. 195
Speaker hopeful defends flat rental. 337
spotlight on... 470
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spotlight on... 458
spotlight on... 431
spotlight on... 385
spotlight on... 406
spotlight on... ROBIN WILLIAMS. 391
STATE of the NATION; As we reach the end of another season of highs Media Wales rugby writer Simon Roberts takes and lows for our four Welsh regions, look as just where they all stand. 2784
STRAIGHT OFF THE VINE. 460
SUNDAY. 254
Swans signing Dobbie sets ambitious aim. 627
Swansea's Vetch Field finally set to go on the market. 354
System must change; LETTERS. 297
TAKETWO; Sheila Hancock on how she found solace in poetry after her husband -actor John Thaw - died. 689
Tasmanian devil listed as endangered; world newsbulletin. 101
The entertainment guide. 1660
the fistwo rd. 575
THE INSIDER. 448
THE LIONS' ROAR. 284
The NUT supporting the youth of Wales. 306
THE OPERATION: SURGERY LIVE. 198
The Property Doctor. 613
They said what? 273
THREE TO SEE. 308
THURSDAY 28. 566
THURSDAY. 326
Today's Hay highlights. 478
TOP 10 FILMS OF THE WEEK. 274
Tories to unveil plan for 'free schools' in Wales. 489
TOURETTE'S - I SWEAR I CAN'T HELP IT. 237
Town in shock after men die in Thailand motorcycle crash; Tributes to ' genuinely nice guy' and a 'caring person'. 497
Transform outdoor space into oasis. 655
travels with my credit card; Cathy McLean, 54, is director of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors Wales. She's from Old St Mellons, Cardiff. 311
Tributes paid to teen found dead; wales newsbulletin. 104
TUESDAY. 304
TV sensation Susan should be allowed to change anything she wants, says Potts TV sensation Susan should be allowed to change anything she wants, says Potts; 'I was under a similar sort of pressure'. 973
Vale MP John Smith, 58, to quit for health reasons. 569
WADWORTH SWORDFISH. 117
Warning that tough rules on zero carbon homes could deter developers in Wales. 323
we try,you buy; MAKING SURE YOU DON'T SHELL OUT THAN THE BEST FOR ANYTHING LESS. 129
We're making the ultimate reality television; Simon King and his hi-tech field team have the wildlife of some of the least accessible corners of Mid and North Wales in their Springwatch sights this year, finds Matt Thomas. 954
WEDNESDAY 27. 579
WEDNESDAY. 314
Welsh attractions win big at major property awards. 252
Welsh quartet will be big test for the Boks, warns SA great Botha. 951
Welsh Tory suspended in racist remark probe; Councillor denies saying 'Shame he is black' about job candidate: Welsh Conservative suspended in racist remark allegation. 679
women'sown. 523
Wounded Lion Benny's wonder try was a tale of agony and ecstasy; THE 2009 Lions tour is nearly upon us and our panel of experts have compiled a list of 10 greatest Welsh Lions moments. Today we focus on Llanelli legend Phil Bennett and his exploits in 1974. 1431
Young must get the best possible start; LETTERS. 238
Your MP may vacant cliff but not be looking for a paranoia is growing; The expenses scandal has left MPs in a state of terror, as Political Editor Tomos Livingstone from Westminster. 926
Your MP may vacant cliff but; The expenses scandal has left MPs in a state of terror, as Political Editor Tomos Livingstone reports from Westminster. 438
Yourstars with Patrick Arundell. 592
Zeitgeist. 221

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