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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (August 31, 2010)

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'Happy' Porter recreates naked pose; UKBULLETINS. 101
'If the Labour and Plaid Cymru coalition in the Assembly holds its nerve,Wales could be the battleground for NHS' DOCTORSAYSHEALTHSERVICE MUSTRESISTMARKETREFORM. 691
'Nessa' joins the TV tour. 195
71 COOKED TORTOISES 'FIRST SIGN OF FEASTING'. 303
A real dragon rises out of the depths of the earth to show off its deadly sharp claws; STOCKY BRUTE RIPPED UP PREY. 550
A strong airport 'is vital for economy'. 284
A very English view of ancient Britain; & COMMENT DEBATE: YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 262
Advance sales up for Dairy and Livestock. Financial report 244
Attitudes 'shift' on pay cuts. 168
Avian flu still a major threat to humanity, says Welsh expert; WARNING FOLLOWS ASSEMBLY DECISION TO CUT MONITORING. 695
beauty news. 183
Beckhams settle court wrangle over biography; RETRO REPORT AUGUST 2000 - How we covered... 294
Beef warning from NFU leaders; COUNTRY newsbulletin. 113
Benefit delays 'increase risk of homelessness' in Wales; BACKLOG MEANS PEOPLE LEFT UNABLE TO PAY THEIR RENT. 592
big boys toys; A new archeological dig has revealed that, shock horror, the Romans were the first people in history to wear socks with sandals. In a bid to rehabilitate their image, Matt Thomas rounds up the top Roman-inspired gadgets. 180
Big Brother shown the door by viewers wanting drama; POLL SHOWS WE'VE HAD ALL WE CAN TAKE OF WANNABES. 606
Brecon blessing for horses; COUNTRY newsbulletin. 143
Brown from birth - and sometime white - but Black all over. 304
Bus nearly invisible; & COMMENT DEBATE: YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 333
buy it now; As summer begins to fade, it's time to turn your attention to what exactly you're going to be wearing through the dark, dismal months that make up the rest of the year. Matt Thomas rounds up the best autumn/winter jackets. 383
Cannabis from pipe 'reduces' nerve pain. 210
Capello opts for familiar players. 348
Challenge to new AM from man left jobless. 358
Changes to climate panel proposed. 162
claire talking WM senes. 495
CLICK ON WalesOnline.co.uk LIVE BLOG [...]. 131
Collins in frame for return in league opener. 243
Confusion over Glastir scheme as the application period is put back; CALLS FOR DETAILS OF HOW ALL ELEMENTS WILL WORK. 746
Corrie's cast put on the gladrags to sell new storylines as 50th approaches. 200
County battle back twice to hold the league leaders to draw. 378
coveting. 137
Crop failures must make the EU focus on food security; UNIONSSAYRECENTNATURAL DISASTERSAREWAKE-UPCALL. 601
Cyfle i ennill trelar newydd ar Ffermio; ffermio. 338
Donating to Pakistan; & COMMENT DEBATE: YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 214
Evans open to offers for his Curragh star. 424
FARMING comment. 203
Farming families show how to diversify in rural communities. 321
Fishmonger sees title as Britain's best fish-filleter get away for a 19th time. 361
Forget England, Wales have to grab points against their other rivals; MONTENEGRO v WALES: England are England ...whichever way you look at it, they are overwhelming favourites... - CHRIS WATHAN. 990
Genetics cash offer attracts interest; COUNTRY newsbulletin. 131
Get walking briskly - it may help prevent cancer. 476
Glamorgan keep promotion drive going with Hove draw. 708
Great expectations for the Dragons as they aim for glory in the new season; RUGBY 2010-2011: affairs." Countdown to the big kick-off: TURNER ADMITS THE BAR HAS BEEN RAISED FOR REGION. 1336
Hamilton aims to make it awesome foursome with Monza win. 338
High-wire triumph puts Newport at top of the UK league. 199
Hodgson is happy with his summer signings. 373
how to... ....make perfect fish and chips; Stefan Nilsson, head chef at The New Conway in Pontcanna, Cardiff, explains how to impress the family with this British classic. Recipe 227
Huge burden of Welsh obesity crisis revealed; NHS FORCED TO SPEND VITAL CASH ON SPECIAL EQUIPMENT Hospitals feel the: heavy burden of: spending that: obesity costsWales. 813
Hurricane alert goes out to Caribbean islands as storm worsens. 214
i can't live without .... This week: Chloe Gay is a sales manager for City Travel UK Ltd, a leading independent business travel specialist. She is 29 years old and lives in Heol Y Bryn, Rhiwbina. 238
I'm not a striker, insists Stoke's Begovic. 303
ICT on curriculum; & COMMENT DEBATE: YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 172
is it worth it? 340
It's a weighty problem that society must find a way to deal with; Western Mail. 424
It's just great to have fresh challenge, says McCormack; STRIKER'SRELIEFATSIGNING FORLEAGUERIVALSLEEDS. 692
It's true, guys - women really are experts at excess holiday baggage; SURVEY FINDS WOMEN PACK FAR MORE UNNECESSARY CLOTHES. 532
Kinnock says Mandelson may be having 'a midlife crisis' WAR OF WORDS AS LABOUR LEADERSHIP CONTEST HOTS UP. 646
Lamont backs the stylish Magners action over win-at-all-costs mentality in Premiership. 452
Leisure boat man drowns in marina; WALES newsbulletin. 110
Morison set to spearhead Wales in the Euro mission. 620
MORNINGSERIAL. 400
Mother and baby injured as doctors fight; WORLDBULLETINS. 104
Move to another ground justified when rain rolls in. 423
Murray is happy to take on the weather. 396
N-activist Hugh Richards dies at 65. 246
NFU staff on charity walk; COUNTRY newsbulletin. 107
Not-for-profit water company in hunt for fresh stream of members; FIRM WITH NO SHAREHOLDERS RELIES ON APPOINTEES' HELP. 550
Offering all our children a decent start in life is a basic but vital value; Wales can be a beacon of hope for the entire Labour movement as it fights to protect children from the impact of Westminster Government cuts, writes Huw Lewis. 908
Otters never ruined my fishing but did scare me; AN UNEXPECTED CATCH SAW OUR WRITER RACE TO SAFETY: angling. 887
Pakistan carry on with tour as alleged plotter is bailed. 604
Pakistan still on course for Wales. 182
Pembrokeshire Show again parades some top livestock. 533
Pressure is on Padraig to deliver after he gets vote; IRISH ACE IS ASKED TO TURN BACK THE CLOCK. 622
Prune top university salaries, AMs demand; 'DON'T MAKE LOWER-PAID STAFF PAY FOR BUDGET CUTS'. 672
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 136
Rising consumer confidence may avert dreaded double dip; BUT EXPERTS WARN ECONOMIC OUTLOOK IS FAR FROM STABLE. Financial report 557
ROMAN DRAGONS TO WELSH 'DRAIG' - THE EVOLUTION OF THE DRAGON IN WALES. 250
Rookies will get early cup outings. 253
Ryder Cup team 'strongest ever' says Sir Terry. 261
Saunders celebrates with his Dragons' first victory on the road. 402
Schoolgirl, 10, savaged by two dogs, will need plastic surgery. 564
Sea views put pounds 20k on prices. 150
Search continues for missing kayaker off Anglesey coast. 393
Sentencing puzzle; & COMMENT DEBATE: YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 229
Silence speaks volumes for disappointed hopeful Casey. 370
Space invaders - Gerry, my pigs and his Green Goddess; It's time for a big sort-out and a lot of reorganising on the smallholding. 661
Sun shines for carnival. 161
Sweeney's a lone ranger in one-act show; PREVIEW: Tell Me On A Sunday, Venue Cymru, Llandudno. 358
Teenager charged with murdering girl, 12. 311
The dead wood that is so vital for our wildlife; nature watch. 364
the new you starts here; There's no party and no resolutions, but September is more a clean sweep than January will ever be. Kirstie McCrum chats to two women who are making massive life changes from tomorrow. 1499
the outsiders; Fashion's taking inspiration from the great outdoors. Grab a cape and your new season boots, and explore. 114
THEY SAID WHAT? 199
tip top beauty tips; They're expected to look their best every day. But how do they do it? Emily Woodrow spoke to four super-groomed women and stole their three best beauty secrets. 854
Top cancer care units to open; WALES newsbulletin. 134
Tories back defector rather than adopt woman candidate. 264
Traders bless 'fantastic day' in end-of-summer scorcher; THOUSANDSBASKINBANK HOLIDAYSUNSHINE-ATLAST. 538
Trustee's unease over councilcash for his institute; FINANCIAL ASSUMPTIONS FLAWED,SAYS EX-PROFESSOR. 568
Turning on the tap for a healthier future for everyone in the world; In the second of a series of Western Mail articles by speakers at this year's Do Lectures, David Lloyd Owen, a global expert on water, tests some cliches about water, and how to get a clean supply to people who don't have it. 1124
Wales leading UK growth in terms of turnover and profit; BUSINESSCONFIDENCEMONITOR CONFIRMSPOSITIVEOUTLOOK. 786
Watch the Swans hit stride after the break, says ace Monk. 752
WAYOUTWEST Robin Turner in Swansea. 445
Welsh heathlands' beef is new Trust delicacy. 376
West With the Wind breezes along to a third consecutive win at Ffos Las; turf talk. 526
WIN Goodbye Kate, we're going to miss you; Model designer splits from Topshop king. 798
Witness to history; & COMMENT DEBATE: YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 332
YOUR STARS. 654

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