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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (September 16, 2009)

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"Calendar crisis turns organised chaos into a house of horrors; mumsays. Calendar 464
'Centre of excellence' to open. 155
'Cinderella' mental health service is failing patients; Young adults in need of support. 610
'One-in-a-million' discovery could become wonder drug; A decade ago Welsh scientists stumbled across a wonder-drug for shingles which is now being tested on patients. Health Editor Madeleine Brindley spoke to Professor Chris McGuigan about the discovery which could improve the treatment of the virus. 783
'Recession is a lesson we have all learned from' Downturns past and present have shaped the thinking of Grant Hawkins, as he tells Robert Llewellyn Jones. 1089
'There's a pool of talent here waiting to be tapped into'. 120
10% rise for bosses in spite of big losses. 385
65 African boat migrants feared dead; world newsbulletin. 116
A day to celebrate the life of Glyndw r; LETTERS. 250
A funny thing happened on the way to the forum. 160
Alfred Gooding leads line-up of the best in Welsh business. 641
Anelka shows worth to fire the Blues to victory; Chelsea Porto 1 0. 591
Another child being treated for E.coli. 110
BAE Systems job cuts blow for staff. 449
Beat the recession blues with our Business in Focus skills workshops. 315
Being part of a global community can enrich Wales and the world; Dr Kevin Higgins, British Council Wales Director, argues that Wales needs the world more than the world needs Wales... especially if you are young. 847
Bonnie and Only Men Aloud! star in cult video as Lego heroes. 359
Boyes Rees wins pounds 5m Bath schools work. 319
Brinsons to let centre. 130
Britons' wealth 'dropped 12% during 2008'. 354
Brown promises to protect the front line as he admits public spending cuts loom; Tories accuse PM of hoisting the 'white flag' in long-running row. 823
Brunstrom's heir; LETTERS. 203
BT to push for customers as it wins right to offer 'bundles' Broadband and TV to be added to landline deals. 533
Building for the future with renovation grant aid. 322
Business activity continues to show economic recovery; Wales posts stronger rates of growth than other UK regions. 471
Buzz-ness is looking good as E2L make a Bee-line for funding. 246
Cable adds pounds 13bn St Athan college to Lib Dems' list of public spending cuts; Announcement appears to catch party in Bay on the hop. 671
Cadbury's rejection of Kraft left a bitter taste; Corporate deals are not back as credit is still not available. 711
Cadw's mindset; LETTERS. 188
Capital Law agrees deal for Scottish partnership; Welsh legal firm to work with Edinburgh-based CCW. 646
Centre looks to sharpen your management leadership skills. 202
Chinese gift of statue marks links with Wales. 234
Chiropractors are hands on in the search for more patients. 250
City Publications launches a new bridal magazine; "Diamante", the bridal magazine with a twist. 356
Civil servants threaten legal and industrial action over plan to cut redundancy payouts. 472
Contact centre's charity venture. 163
Cosker aims to put rivals in spin in hunt for promotion. 646
Crack the credit crunch with new strategy. 641
Creative thinking - it's child's play, so get set to roll back those years. 378
Dean calls for patience. 160
Debate on bilingual services is overdue; The long view. 689
Debt mediation pays for commercial recovery firm. 285
Defence giant plans 1,100 job cuts. 118
Deloitte sets up specialist forensic accounting team. 249
DIARY DATES 2009. Calendar 132
Dixon set for Aussie RL post. 141
Drive the next generation at Likes Land Rover; ADVERTISING FEATURE. 506
Driver told paramedic he had fallen asleep, his inquest is told. 421
Dual Ces bid for Pipe. 140
Employers can't let health and safety go to cut costs; russelllawson The voice of small business. 697
Entrepreneurs who are Thinking big; A wealth of experience in not-for-profit consultancy. 602
Equinox promotion. 113
F1 return for Lotus. 111
Fathers to be offered up to six months ' paternity leave; Critics say monitoring new rights poses another headache for firms. 1405
Federer takes comfort from his incredible year after US Open setback. 643
Finance deal gives Parle Skip Hire a growth boost. 340
Foreign foods favoured at home; wales newsbulletin. 101
Forum goes from strength to strength! 237
French Solutions put the byte into internet thieves on the worldwide web. 376
From the mines to the mountains; Preview Learning To Breathe Galeri, Caernarfon. 351
FS4B - Supporting Businesses in Wales. 627
Gerrard keen to show he's a fast learner. 453
Goodbye often the hardest word in the game. 490
He took us across the world and made food fun and enjoyable; Top Welsh chefs pay tribute to Keith Floyd, TV's first celebrity cook. Sally Williams reports. 877
Health & Safety training provider targets growth. 269
Home cooking; Chocolate fudge fondue. Recipe 140
How green is your business? How much money you waste every year should tell you! 438
Hughes and City consider appeal over Adebayor. 505
Imperious Ponting adds to England's one-day woe. 642
Investors' body salutes chief exec of Penn Pharma. 356
Jet-crash victims' parents warn of blacklist airlines; Welsh couple's deaths were 'preventable'. 595
Johnson takes the blame for Ospreys woes. 512
Jones on the attack over Tosh talk on Ledley's loss of top form. 1251
Jump on the product placement bandwagon. 464
Katherine recalls a childhood spent singing in the choir. 284
Keep the bus pass; LETTERS. 278
Kick start your business and get ahead with training courses. 164
Kidzz Fun and Crazy Kat at state of the art play centre. 462
King warns recession will hit for 'some time'. 556
Lions player to address club; city bulletin. 172
Lloyd-Webber vows to fight on. 698
Llyfr i godi calon at yr haelioni sy'n dal i fodloni; welshcolumn. 642
Magician in a box fantasises about his favourite food; RETRO REPORT How we covered... 350
Morning Serial; Dai Country. 443
Murray's fit for Davis Cup clash. 287
New services proving a big success hit with SMEs. 405
New smart cards on Welsh buses pave way for integrated 'Oyster-style' future; Single travel card covering train and bus services could be reality by 2014. 633
No end to ITV adverts contract. 365
Now Mr Brown must be clear about his cuts; COMMENT. 483
Office occupiers preferring to stay put than relocate; After lower rent, top demand is more flexible lease terms. 434
Olsson double lifts the Baggies. 413
Omens are good; LETTERS. 162
ONE OF THE BEST; Thomas is full of praise for Ospreys supremo Johnson. 868
Pay still rises as inflation declines. 225
Pilotlight Cymru sparks a brighter future for charities through closer links with business. 517
Planners give go-ahead for Wales-Ireland electricity link. 271
Police are at risk; LETTERS. 181
pounds 23m Wellbeing Through Work programme is worthy but not enough, says professor. 819
pounds 30-a-month drug said to beat Prozac at treating depression. 271
Power to the people; LETTERS. 194
PR firms get set for awards; city bulletin. 188
PRCA takes on vice chair for its regional committee. 257
Premier in vow to fight climate change; world newsbulletin. 102
Premier quotas concern Benitez; Liverpool Debrecen V Anfield, 7.45pm. 395
Pullman attacks Da Vinci author. 129
Put yourself in the picture on our Business in Focus website. 196
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 122
Rare sighting of BT at top of the risers' board; citybulletin. 469
Recession blamed for rising tide of water complaints; Dw r Cymru says increase due to more customers falling into arrears. 618
Revitalise Your Business; at the Memorial Hall, Barry, 22 September 09. 194
Rewards of embracing equality; Chief executive of Chwarae Teg Katy Chamberlain outlines an initiative aimed at helping women fulfil their economic potential. 508
Rolling road boost for green technology sector in Wales. 445
Sale and lease back lifeline. 201
Scarlet Jones can be Wales' next openside. 533
Scholes strikes as United tame Turks. 569
Scots continue to put faith in Burley. 243
Seminars urge companies to be tolerant and ethical. 309
Sequence takes over Arriva Wales' web platform. 230
Shanklin shows it pays to keep your eye on the business ball. 315
Small businesses hit by recession get help with Government and Barclays-backed loans. 583
Smith in Rangers challenge; Stuttgart Rangers V Mercedes Benz Arena, 7.45pm. 313
So you wannabe the boss... ? 572
Spending questions set to dominate build-up to next general election. 569
Teenage star Allen shines as Swans go in search of the positives. 1041
The basic quality of his prose is flat, stunted and ugly - all the usual literary things he just doesn't know how to do; Top author Pullman in astonishing attack on Da Vinci Code best-seller Brown. 849
There's never been a better time to get on board the Vale of Glamorgan's business networking club. 348
They said what? 265
Thinking of starting a business? Now is a good time to consider all your options... 378
Thomas is braced for big finish. 244
Too much spent by BBCWales on back-slapping parties, insist critics, as chiefs reveal expenses; Corporation says rigorous rules are monitored closely. 2775
Tories fear pounds 4m swine flu jab cost; GPs will be paid pounds 5.25 a patient but who will foot the bill? 608
Tough trading times but profit rise still expected; Cost controls keep firm on track despite volatile market. 441
Tourists cut off by landslides in India; world newsbulletin. 104
Tram crash at Welsh tourist resort shocks passengers. 265
Value-for-money homeware chain's sales jump 16%. 247
Warning over legal loophole in online money transfers. 380
Welsh aristocrat's fund milked by his grandson; Family charity milked by rich aristocrat. 1016
Wenger: Diving debate will continue. 386
Wharf aiming to become umpire. 479
Work begins on pounds 22m 'magnet' for drama and music students. 279
Work experience to partner in 16 years. 336
WRU and Brains extend shirt sponsorship for six-figure sum. 456
Ydych chi'n meddwl dechrau busnes? Nawr yw'r amser i ystyried eich opsiynau. 387
Your stars. 621
Zoom into action and stay in Focus through new website. Website overview 103

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