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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (April 6, 2010)

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'Miracle' saves 115 trapped 8 days in flooded mine. 410
'Most music I hear these days is rubbish, but you can't tell the record labels not to do it'. 730
'The worst government in history' finally to call the election; Welsh union chief condemns Brown in stinging attack. 359
'The worst government in history' prepares for showdown; Welsh union chief condemns Brown in stinging attack. 357
ageless love: Celebrity sugar daddies and their bright young things. 195
Attractions enjoy sunshine to welcome Easter visitors; Storm forecasts thinned crowds. 1191
Baby's on the way ... quick, let's go for a run to be ready for the birth; Exercise good for health of mums and babies, researchers find. 724
Badger TB vaccine welcomed by WAG. 364
Bala face a real battle. 157
beauty news. 230
Bedser tributes pour in. 366
big boys toys; Multi-tasking. It's all the rage these days. Matt Thomas compiles a list of the latest gadgets designed to make it easier, whilst also making a cup of coffee, cleaning silverware and getting the kids ready for school. 188
Blowing the whistle cost me my career, nurse says. 688
Bluebirds boss in a rage over bust-up at Forest; NOTTINGHAM FOREST 0 CARDIFF CITY 0. 532
Bust-up angers Jones. 197
Cable for Chancellor, but only if it's a clear Lib-Dem win. 273
Call for probe into town hall freesheets. 388
Carling Cup soldier may lose pounds 25,000; uk newsbulletin. 123
City players show they're up for a fight, but can't cut down Forest. 1002
Cool heads needed to face challenges ahead; COMMENT. 455
Darling says NI rise is fairer than VAT. 401
diary of a diet; The only thing our Hannah's a glutton for is wrongly punishing herself for a 'body malfunction'. 817
double your denim; Take the retro plunge in a head-to-toe tribute to Levi Strauss. Your jeans are just crying out for company ... 323
Dragons spot on in offer for fans. 346
Easter brings out anglers for first catch of the year; angling MOC MORGAN. 891
FARMING COMMENT. Conference notes 179
Father's two-year vigil of grief as he waits to hold funeral for his son; Gower MP fights to get plane-crash grid reference revealed. 706
Fatigue not a factor - United star Neville. 295
Former Welsh Secretary Ron backs Plaid to take a Labour Valleys stronghold. 401
Gallery on wheels to travel Wales uniting 'fragmented' arts scene; Cerbyd team to promote fresh perspectives and opportunities. 763
Gender age-gap on television may be narrowing. 171
Get ready for silage bacterial warfare; milk matters CHRIS DULLER. 371
Goa murder trial hears of grim beach finding; First officer on scene tells of how body was half submerged in sea. 494
Green show-offs; LETTERS. 185
Griffiths late show keeps Llanelli in hunt. 316
Haye targeting a Klitschko contest; PORTS S HORTS. 166
Heroes who made our AMS; What do Bobby Kennedy, schoolteachers, Roy of the Rovers, and a wartime nurse have in common? They have all been named among the childhood heroes who inspire those in charge of Wales. David Williamson discovers the people and personalities who give today's politicians a shot of confidence and ambition when they needed it most. 1154
Home cooking; Tikka chicken and potato salad. Recipe 168
Hughes defends Hodgson rotation. 231
Hunt for murdered woman's grandson. 136
I can't live without... WE ASK THE WOMEN OF WALES WHICH PRIZE POSSESSIONS THEY TREASURE MOST: This week: Elin Lewis, 27, an editor at University of Wales Press, from Cardiff. 204
I had no idea that I would be travelling to Africa to meet a complete stranger; Food website has taken off. 852
Intensive action pilot gives hope of ending badger and TB problem; 'I dream of the day when TB has been controlled in cattle and when infected badgers no longer present a risk to cattle or suffer from this terrible disease' - a practising vet's view of Bovine TB in Pembrokeshire by Paul Rodgers. 679
It felt like a good way to heal injured countryside. 714
Jackson's doctor appears in court; world newsbulletin. 106
Keep it simple for environment prize; country newsbulletin. 164
Massa is looking for improvement; PORTS S HORTS. 131
Merthyr victory boosts morale. 227
mind the age gap; Rachel Eling's wondering why more women are dating so high above their age bracket these days. And she should know ... 1325
Minister launches plan to protect vital honey bees. 387
Misleading claims; LETTERS. 176
Mistar Urdd yn brawf o waith cysylltiwr cyhoeddus llwyddiannus. 686
More time for police in teen death inquiry; uk newsbulletin. 111
Morning Serial. 431
Musical mums set to reveal secrets; Preview Mum's the Word Pavilion Theatre, Rhyl. 341
New expenses system is treating MPs unfairly. 243
Newtown super show. 157
No real choice. 102
Now they are hailed as a superfood. 184
On-song Bangor stay in hunt for European place. 279
Ospreys fear worst over injured Hibbard. 288
Party time for the Toon. 352
perfect pastels; Each spring a fresh beauty trend pushes aside winter's gothic eyes and berry lips. Now pretty power pastels are doing a turn, writes Lydia Whitfield. 403
PM uses Rooney analogy as signs point to May 6 as day for election; Treating the economy like injured star is way to succeed, says PM. 1746
Police to quiz tennis player Dan Evans. 151
Police waiting to deal with cull rage; diary of a cull WILBOW. 371
Pope greets pilgrims at retreat near Rome; world newsbulletin. 112
Prison staff break up republicans' two-day protest. 255
Prize for serving the community; country newsbulletin. Awards list 134
Professionalism blamed as Pontypool slides from golden era to near-relegation in 20 years; Pooler put us on the map and means a lot to local people - MP. 752
Public sector 'must fill trillion-pound pension deficit'. 393
Putting a value on your IP; Innovative online tool allows businesses to unlock potential of their intangible assets. 632
Red tape cools freezer-pig sales; Our columnist has seen a week of comings and goings on the smallholding down to earth LIZ SHANKLAND. 914
Republican prisoners continue jail demonstration. 253
Rewriting history; LETTERS. 126
Rid schools of chips; LETTERS. 169
Rural petrol stations dwindle on worse returns than 30 years ago. 383
She only seems sorry for herself. 209
Sheen shows his passion for revival of hometown tradition. 298
Six Welsh councils to share legal services. 307
Sousa in defiant warning. 269
Sousa not bothered by Swansea's play-off rivals; SWANSEA CITY 3 SCUNTHORPE UNITED 0. 513
Swansea on the goal trail at last to help shake off the Welsh derby blues; Chris Wathan at The Liberty Stadium. 1092
Swansea woman presses for millions; RETRO REPORT. 300
Taliban kill three in attack on US Pakistan consulate; Earlier, suicide bomber killed 41 at political rally in troubled north-west. 457
talking WM. 540
Teenager 'admits' killing white-rule party boss. 383
The jockey who rode Foinavon to shock Aintree win; Most of today's riders did not recognise John. 632
They said what? 275
this week we'll be mostly... [...]. 221
This year--EUR[TM]s Hay promises an antidote to your post-election fatigue with an eclectic mixture of visiting talent; Former Pakistan leader Pervez Musharraf tops the list for 2010. 921
Tiger returns to action with Ryder Cup pledge. 854
Time for a review of wind-farm guidance; LETTERS. 241
Top four will be no easy task, says Sylvinho. 396
Two die in quake on Mexico border; world newsbulletin. 121
UK has millions of addicts and most get their drugs from the doctor; OPINION. 481
UK in front as hen laws change. 230
Under the weather; Long winter is expected to have cooled rate of growth in UK. 542
Union demands urgent action after survey highlights teachers' stress; Suicidal thoughts and depression blamed on workload and pressure. 558
Uplands inquiry disputes 'greenness' of turbines; WAG committee credits hill farms with a positive environmental role. 676
Useless turbines; LETTERS. 191
Waxing lyrical about R-Patz; He may have melted a few hearts in his time, but is that enough to give actor Robert Pattinson his own wax model at Madame Tussauds? Graham Henry isn't convinced. 845
We need to match our Quins display, admits Young. 613
Welsh farmers go to work on the surging market for free-range eggs; Minister delighted with increased production as investment soars. 782
Wenger showing no fear for trip to Barca. 749
West still in the hunt. 140
Where blame lies; LETTERS. 163
Woodland centre is on world green list. 381
Work to start on culture and arts venue. 291
Your stars. 651

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