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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (September 18, 2009)

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'A of captivating story love, sacrifice and betrayal' WM interview Ffion Hague tells Catherine Jones why she finds the women behind Lloyd George so fascinating. 2004
'Improve ethical values or you'll lose customers' Digital expert in warning to businesses. 492
'Neglect' verdict in mum's death; Inquest told of hospital error after twins' birth. 688
Age saved the tribe; LETTERS. 245
Airline tells musician he must leave harp behind. 344
Amerisur takes full control of Platanillo Field in Columbia. 200
Angry Meehan shakes up Bath. 395
Another crown for Vicki. 193
Audi's A5 may impress with its looks - shame its reliability can't match it; The A5 convertible's reliability rating puts it at joint bottom of the pile. 840
Balfour in cash call to fund acquisition. 242
Battling Glamorgan have the upper hand. 491
BBC chief hits back following criticism. 145
Becky hit by bogey blow. 102
Bluebirds in talks with sponsors after ban by gaming watchdog; Shirts remain without logo as club tries to rescue pounds 250,000 deal. 594
BMW has designs on future sportsters; Company's hybrid concept car blends economy and top performance. 349
Change is confusing; LETTERS. 318
city marketreport. 399
City regeneration company chief returns to WAG job; Search under way for a permanent replacement. 477
Closure for mum as killer is named. 123
Cuts to council's services likely; wales newsbulletin. 138
Cuts will come; LETTERS. 146
darryl corner the view. 532
DON'T LET THE YETI SCARE YOU; Yeti not so abominable. 665
Eight more stores sign up for centre; wales newsbulletin. 102
Farmers' tributes to former union president HRM. 589
Fears for hundreds of jobs in Welsh car-parts industry; Bosch announces talks over future of plant after sales fall. 633
filmreviews. 537
Firms fined pounds 44,000 after builder's 'very serious' electric shock at farm. 373
Formula One must put its house in order - Hill. 616
Funny girl Funny girl Funny girl Funny girl; Former Dead Ringer Jan Ravens is flying solo these days. The impressionist chats to Matt Thomas about her Welsh roots, making people laugh and why a life on the road is far from glamorous. 914
gavinallen sound bites. 482
Germans cheer our troops at 'homecoming'. 207
Good weather adds to B&Q owner profit rise. Financial report 238
Gray wants to draw the line after glut of singer-songwriters; Singer hits out at record industry for 'following a template'. 807
Greyhound pair's case adjourned; wales newsbulletin. 108
Health board ordered to pay pounds 110k for not funding care for brain-injured man. 276
Home cooking; Marrow stuffed with lamb and harissa. Recipe 126
Honda adds auto diesel to CR-V. 181
It's a bitter blow; LETTERS. 226
It's a treble delight for Fahey. 306
Kamara strikes for Fulham. 229
Lee, Barnett ready to face USA. 687
Local railway that has to buy its coal from Russia backs Ffos-y-Fran bid to have restrictions relaxed. 398
Lydiate has big Dragons warning for the Warriors. 390
Making contact with the spirit world; Preview Tony Stockwell Pavilion Theatre, Rhyl & St David's Hall, Cardiff. 349
Male breast operations rise 1,000% as more men get their 'moobs' done. 203
Man charged with murder of student; world newsbulletin. 107
mattthomas inside track. 358
Medic missed 14 cases of cancer. 120
Misadventure verdict at inquest into death of barge workers. 237
MONKEY business; Da Vinci Code star Paul Bettany is overjoyed that he has the chance to play one of his personal heroes - Charles Darwin. But, as Rob Driscoll discovers, he also had to face some personal demons along the way. 1151
Morning election counts would be a 'bad mistake' Senior Welsh politicians oppose plans to delay General Election declarations. 651
Morning Serail; Dai Country by Alun Richards. 454
Mother has to drive 100 miles a day to take her disabled daughter to college after plea to council turned down. 675
Neal Davies; culturevulture. 493
Now that the glasses are gone men suddenly see me, it seems; COLUMNIST lowriturner Talking Welsh sense in a mad, mad world. 399
Now you have to go back a very long way to know about bice; OPINION. 502
Obama scraps Bush's European missile shield; Redesigned system 'will be cheaper and more effective'. 550
Order books 'remain depressed'. 308
Ospreys must turn on the style to get the fans back. 1044
Outrage at MPs' unpaid food bills. 170
Peugeot boost for 4007 range. 147
Police contact Price over rape allegation; uk newsbulletin. 117
Police quiz mum after dead baby discovered in house; Neighbours shocked as baby's body found. 393
Pools forced to shut after new outbreak of illness; Cluster of eight infected after first lot of 50. 550
Poor England staring at one-day series whitewash. 372
Protester claims council 'persecution' Anti-mine campaigner one of first to bring case under convention. 701
Pupil arrested while attacking school; world newsbulletin. 103
Pupils fall behind in class as eyesight problems missed; RNIB warns 65% of children are failing to get vital sight tests. 981
QUIZ OF THE DAY 1. [...]. 161
Rare Welsh football badge from 1880s expected to fetch thousands at sports auction. 499
Re-writing the rule book. 197
Reality test awaits Roberts ahead of return with Blues. 852
Retailer encouraged by 'positive response' despite fall in profits; John Lewis claims recession is 'shallower than expected'. 620
Ryder Cup hero Phil fighting for his future. 337
Saha dismissal was 'harsh'. 224
Scarlets' Dafydd gets chance to stake Wales claim. 232
Scientists discover a mini T. rex in Northern Mongolia. 227
See history made; LETTERS. 141
Singer of the World's future must be secured; COMMENT. 467
Spice Girl sale achieves pounds 146,511; RETRO REPORT September, 1998 How we covered... Edited by Tony Woolway. 319
Steel workers balloted. 121
Stronger Ireland links 'thanks to devolution'. 185
Summer's end put a dampener on sales. 325
Surgeons' warning of overseas plastic surgery dangers; Patients suffer 'horrific' complications. 604
theguide 7 days of things to do near you. 1429
They said what? 302
Time to Revolt-e for 2CV fans. 159
Town turns out to honour fallen soldier. 160
Treasures on show at a gallery near you. 653
Tribeca has the 'WOW' factor; ADVERTISING FEATURE. 429
UK attracts more overseas visitors; uk newsbulletin. 108
Up close and personal; With his sixth and most adventurous album so far about to be released, singer/songwriter Richard Hawley is in reflective mood. But, as he tells Matt Thomas, that's not unusual. 798
Wales must be licking their lips in anticipation at prospect of long overdue All Blacks win; ... and that's the view from New Zealand, not us. 1420
We cannot afford failure, says new head of Army; Coalition defeat in Afghanistan would only galvanise extremists. 536
Welsh trio struggle in Austrian Open. 225
Welsh youngsters out to build on Scots success. 939
What are we losing as we rush to protect kids? COLUMNIST lowriturner Talking Welsh sense in a mad, mad world. 838
What's Katherine getting for Christmas? It could just be her big break Stateside thanks to festive TV special with superstar tenor; Welsh singer shines in Tinseltown before heading home for 'Strictly'. 844
What's Katie's motives in her allegations of rape? COLUMNIST lowriturner Talking Welsh sense in a mad, mad world. 368
Why Warren would rather coach These... Not these! 521
Why Warren would rather coach. 521
Wood's not infinite; LETTERS. 200
Woosie targets a Senior Order of Merit double. 539
Your stars [...]. 642

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