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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (August 25, 2010)

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'AMs must engage with young online'. 362
'This is a very huge game and they cheated'. 508
A positive end to the financial year as Wales' top 100 law firms enjoy an increase in levels of business. Company rankings 472
A snapshot of GCSE results acrossWales. 604
A third baby for 'infertile' tapir. 197
A-levels not the only route to success; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 290
A2Z keeps an eagle eye out for expansion opportunities; MONITORINGNETWORK REPORTSTHREATSTOSYSTEM. 460
Active Christians; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 164
Aer Lingus is flying high again. 174
Airport outlet part of Clogau Gold plan to double turnover; MOVE TOWARDS ACHIEVING GOAL OF WORLDWIDE BRAND. 606
Alun Wyn puts down Wales captaincy mark; AlunWyn ready to double up as skipper. 840
AM's anger at false internet allegations over 'S4C contract' ' CHALLENGE TO ANONYMOUS AUTHOR TO REVEAL IDENTITY. 703
Blair's donation; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 171
Bluebirds are brought back down to earth at Posh again; THE CARLING CUP. 961
Bold pounds 1m metals move sees Bayliss Recovery create jobs at second base. 237
Boy, 4, seriously hurt at TV star's Welsh zoo; MOTHER ALSO INJURED IN THE TREE FALL AT TENBY PARK. 714
Brilliant Glyn is the ace for Exiles. 322
Broker consensus on Admiral's half-year results is looking good. 225
Business parks in Wales get off to a better start than those in rest of UK. 463
Buy-to-let landlords lose faith in market. 300
Commercial role for Principality man. 277
Couples in dark over each other's finances. 338
Crunch time has made many teenagers wary of getting into debt. 306
D-Day for Dalrymple, but he's big doubt for crunch; GLAMORGAN CRICKET THE NO 1 NEWS FROM YOUR COUNTY. 499
Defining a ward; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 207
Demand for inquiry into priest's role in bombing. 619
Dobbie is happy to stay and impress Rodgers in his battle to keep his place up front in Liberty line-up. 477
Economic recovery 'set to slow as cutbacks lead to a fall in confidence'. 336
Energy firm Cairn signals possible oil find off Greenland. 593
Everything that top pawnbroker touches now turns to gold - as profits leap. 344
Exercise 'can cut hunger pangs'. 119
Fans fury after the Dragons' blunders. 357
Finalists in the search for Wales' most promising start-up revealed; RECOGNITION FOR 'INSPIRING' FIRMS HEADING FOR SUCCESS. 714
GCSE gender gap narrows - and fewer learn languages; MEANWHILE MOREPUPILS TAKESCIENCES. 2285
George Michael faces jail for drug driving. 319
GERMAN FIRM SET TO COMPLETE BUYOUT OF WALES RAIL OPERATOR; CITYBULLETIN. 313
Global economic outlook; Wealth ManageMent. 333
Helping entrepreneurs through the recovery; Wealth ManageMent. 532
Hospitals accused of missing A&E targets; TORY HEALTH SPOKESMAN RAISES QUESTIONS ON DELAYS. 517
In over 30 years I have never seen such a challenge to policing as the potential cuts; Savage spending cuts imposed on police forces could be storing up problems for the future, warns Dyfed-Powys Police chief constable Ian Arundale. He spoke to West Wales editor Rachael Misstear. 2022
Income boost for first-time buyers with fall in costs; PROPORTION OF PAY SPENT ON MORTGAGE FALLS BY HALF. 418
Kitten owners' appeal for calm THE owners of a kitten which was thrown; UKBULLETINS. 103
Ktsowensthomas appointment strengthens its board. 250
Labour leadership candidate wants National Care Service. 582
Labour should be respectful and open to unhappy Lib-Dem members, says David Miliband. 437
Law firm sets up IP service. 417
Law trying to boost choice could lose local legal services. 515
Legislation won't make people choose Welsh; WEDNESDAY ESSAY New laws alone will not save the Welsh language for the next generation, warns Meri Huws. The chair of the Welsh Language Board says families are on the frontline of the battle for its survival. 862
Lord's above, collapse is on rivals' minds. 713
Lowest share trade since 2002. 358
Making sense of the Budget; Wealth ManageMent. 750
Meet the team... Wealth ManageMent. 855
Monty faces big Rhys poser as he ponders his various options for Europe's Ryder challenge; RHYS COULD GET THE CALL AS THE CAPTAIN FACES MISSION IMPOSSIBLE. 1072
Moore swerves Ffos Las return. 209
More than 50,000 in Wales 'are already feeling brunt of cutbacks in job creation aid and housing benefits' LONDON COALITION'S MEASURES AN ATTACK ON FAIRNESS, SAYS LABOUR. 931
MORNINGSERIAL. 355
Most teen pregnancies end with abortions; TERMINATIONS UP AT SAME TIME ASCONCEPTIONS FALL. 628
MUMSAYS. 450
New face to build up commercial investment arm. 258
New faces aim to push telecom firm's success. 278
Nick Clegg vows UK will stand by flood-hit Pakistan. 388
Nid ar y disgyblion - na'r chwaraewyr - y mae'r bai; WELSHCOLUMN. 545
O'Connell is backing Ospreys to be top dogs as they aim to hold on to their Magners crown. 1248
Offshore oil and gas industry told to improve safety after injuries almost double. 455
On the turbine fence; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 202
Only 5% of over-55s display full confidence in their retirement plans. 206
Only third of staff at Welsh Assembly have confidence in its management; BUT SURVEY FOUND MAJORITY WERE PROUD TO WORK THERE. 601
Packed funeral for Cardiff City legend. 344
People with muscle-wasting diseases 'are being let down' DOCTORS KNOW LITTLE ABOUT CONDITION, CLAIMS CHARITY. 571
Persimmon restores dividend as housing trade improves. 403
Port boss who oversaw huge boost in profits is to stay at the helm for a further three years. 275
Power of suggestion as celebs jump on the band wagon; It is today's must-have accessory for the sporting elite and Hollywood A-listers - but Welsh sports scientists are sceptical about the powers of a piece of wristwear that is catching on among the celebrity classes. Daniel Fisher reports on the rising popularity of the Power Balance band. 632
Prime Minister celebrates the birth of 'unbelievably beautiful' new daughter. 521
Python 'rip-off' a gloriously silly spoof; REVIEW: Spamalot, Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff. 339
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 228
Rates 'could hit 8% by 2012 and bring another recession' THINK-TANK WARNING ON OUT-OF-CONTROL INFLATION. 569
Reforms to cut risk of bank failure. 361
RETRO REPORT New Mexico and Wales in e-mail link-up. 285
Revealing of exam results like the fearful trundle of a roller coaster. 642
Scientists focus on new solar system. 145
Sinclair magic the spark to lift Swans out of the doldrums; THE CARLING CUP. 1035
Slower recovery fear as US house sales down; CITYMARKETREPORT. 473
Spending cuts will test our politicians as well as all our pockets; Western Mail. 461
Striker McCormack looks on his way to Leeds Redknapp: We'll get what we deserve in second leg. 316
Successfully managing wealth in challenging times; Wealth ManageMent. 574
Swalec celebrates 10 years under SSE. 370
Take-up of office space in capital is double that recorded last year; WARNING THAT GOVERNMENT CUTS MAY CAUSE SLOWDOWN. 491
Taverns' trading up. 195
Terrorists slaughter Somalia hotel guests; WORLDBULLETINS. 107
THEY SAID WHAT? 180
Tiger could lose his No 1 ranking to top dire week. 362
Today's wisdom; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 320
Tool hire centre to be sold to equity firm. 365
Toshack to reap Bellamy reward; Bellamy move set to boost Toshack. 589
Truth about our commercial property sector - from those on the front line; WALES UNDER SCRUTINY: How is the commercial property sector weathering the economic downturn? Robert Llewellyn Jones and Graham Henry gauge the views of key professionals in the sector on the state of the market in Wales and its outlook. 773
Valleys murderer also Jack the Stripper claims book; WRITERFINDS SIMILARITIESIN THEGIRLS'DEATHS. 764
Vin Sullivan marks 50 years of satisfying changing tastes. 357
Wales hit by defeat to South Africans. 278
We are focused on finishing in real style; Your new weekly column from the Glamorgan wicketkeeper. Column 400
Welcome in the Vale; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 215
Welsh TV drama company in pounds 1.5m Canadian link-up; CHILDREN'S 26-PART COMEDY SERIES TO BE FILMED IN WALES. 666
What we aim to market is skill, speed, specialisation and personal contact with an individual lawyer; Robert Llewellyn Jones reports on the challenges facing small legal firms from the Legal Services Act, which next year will see banks and supermarkets able to offer legal services and how one Valleys' firm is confident of continued growth. 693
When it comes to relationships, banks beat partners every time. 269
Widening gap over the top GCSE grades. 189
Workers back automatic pension enrolment. 316
Your chance to help celebrate explosion of the blogosphere; They have only been in existence in their current form for little over a decade, but already there are nearly 150 million in cyberspace. As Media Wales launches the first-ever Wales Blog Awards, Emily Hodge looks at the blogging phenomenon. 1240
Your stars with Patrick Arundell. 657
Zurich fined record pounds 2.28m for losing customers' data. 591

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