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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (December 7, 2010)

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'Consulting business' has a hollow ring; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 280
'Fake medicines' five motivated by greed, court told; TRIAL HEARS OF EU'S 'MOST SERIOUS DRUGS SCAM'. 632
'If I were a cow, I would want to be here' WALES' LARGEST DAIRY FARM DEFENDS WELFARE CONDITIONS. 500
'This could end up pushing women out of marketplace' The UK Government labelled European Parliament proposals to extend maternity leave on full pay to 20 weeks yesterday as "unacceptable" and "socially regressive". Josie Ensor reports on the debate and how prominent businesswomen and politicians see it. 894
A matter of trust; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 193
Act on pledge to cut red tape, Cable told; SMALLBUSINESSES SAYBURDENOF REGULATIONHAS STUNTEDGROWTH. 559
Airline and mechanic blamed for air disaster. 564
Andre's up to speed on Accelerate tour; PREVIEW: Peter Andre, Cardiff International Arena. 366
Anrhegion a rhai o arwyr yr Ail Ryfel Byd; ffermio. 328
Archbishop to officiate at royal wedding. 107
Attract a beautiful stranger to your garden this winter with some tasty titbits; nature watch. 248
Aussie opener Katich undergoes hospital scan on Achilles injury. 236
Bale scoops Welsh award. 187
BBC's choice right; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 161
beauty news. 119
big boys toys; There's no way you're going to get through the festive season without some serious multi-tasking. Matt Thomas rounds up the best do-it-all gadgets. 162
Bingham takes prized scalp in shock win over 'Rocket' Ronnie. 374
Boyce after an end to Cup secrecy. 154
British paratrooper killed in action 'could have been shot by friendly fire' from US jet. 405
Cardiff to host Amlin Cup final. 338
Chief executive quits Admiral's Confused.com. 262
Christmas past, present and s future; Whatever era your home belongs to, there's a decorating: Rin Simpson shows you how style that wi ll blend perfectly. 521
Christmas shoppers provide perfect gift for retail sector; STRONG SALE FIGURES EXPECTED IN VITAL PERIOD. 919
CITYMARKETREPORT. 466
Clegg admits failure to unite party for tuition fees vote; WELSHLIBDEMSNOTINFAVOUR. 657
Cutting jobs; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 400
Darling, there's a hippopotamus in the garden... 184
Deep freeze returns tonight but there's hope it'll be warmer later in the week. 780
Divine purpose for creation has been left in our hands; As the UN Climate Change Summit takes place in Cancun this week, John Weaver, Principal of the South Wales Baptist College, says defending the world's poorest from the consequences of climate change must be a priority. 789
Doctors' warning as freeze returns with a vengeance. 117
Drivers face limit of 40mph to save Gower livestock; SAFETY DRIVE COULD INCLUDE ANIMAL LUMINOUS COLLARS. 609
Extra cash to help the NHS in cold spell is to be warmly welcomed; Western Mail. 455
FARMING comment. 148
fashion BULLSEYE. 163
FAW to launch bid for the Under-21 Championships. 313
Ferry operator reports success; WALES newsbulletin. 106
Flying Dutchman Dorus still harbours international dream. 753
Food for thought in 10-year production strategy; farm forum. 347
Hardy showgoers put to the test as sub-zero temperatures bite; POKERFACE-'MEATYINALL THERIGHTPLACES'-ISCHAMP. 795
Honesty's fair play; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 116
Hook move won't spark Welsh exodus to France, says Ibanez. 594
how to... keep your feet happy Parties and marathon shopping sessions can wreak havoc on your feet, says Anthony Perera, a specialist orthopaedic foot and ankle surgeon based at the Orthopaedic Centre of Excellence at Spire Cardiff Hospital. So what can you do to stop it? 735
Howells portrayed; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 235
Hughton shown the door at Newcastle after Baggies loss. 456
i can't live without... WE ASK THE WOMEN OF WALES WHICH PRIZE POSSESSIONS THEY TREASURE MOST: This week: Julie Nobes is the director of Cardiff Cleaning Services Ltd. She is 47 years old and lives in Llandaff, Cardiff. 190
I did wonders for the image of Wales in Latin America because I am now always referred to as 'the Welshman' STRANGE TALE OF HUGO CHAVEZ AND THE SWANSEA MARXIST. 783
Ibanez tipping the Ospreys to be Wales' first Heineken Cup kings of Europe. 1067
Insolvency specialist gives profits warning after fewer firms go to the wall. 218
Inspection fees put small abattoirs at risk. 576
is it worth it? Kathryn Williams had a breakfast blow-dry, with a glamorous party finish, at Sands, Penylan, Cardiff. 312
Jackett in a warning to Morison admirers. 364
Josh makes his point to win season opener; turf talk. 655
Keogh calling for calm as City go through poor run. 650
KP turns Oval Test England's way with key Clarke wicket. 656
market report. 1134
MISBEHAVIOUR - BY MOBILE. 142
MORNINGSERIAL. 348
Move to boost sailing facilities at energy port. 353
mowining. 274
MP's Russian assistant in spying scandal speaks out. 232
my kind of season; Hand-made paper chains around the tree, personalised greeting cards and hours spent making cranberry sauce and gluing glitter to cardboard boxes - WM's Emily Woodrow asks, can you have a perfect DIY Christmas? 1187
No Torres, but Liverpool are still too strong for poor Villa. 687
Nurse held dementia OAP in a headlock, panel told. 367
One in fifteen pregnant women severely obese; WALESWORSTFORCONDITION THATINCREASESSTILLBIRTHS. 515
Overseas interests bag success at aWinter Fair hardly ruffled by cold and wintry conditions. 685
Pickoftheday. 179
Plaid AM in last-ditch bid to stiffen language law; ACTIVISTS SEEK BACKING IN TODAY'S VOTE FOR AMENDMENT ON RIGHTS. 774
Police get papers for arrest of WikiLeaks founder. 543
POLICIES FOR THE POOR. 205
Principality boss worries 'over-zealous' reforms could stifle housing recovery. 360
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 146
Rwsia yn curo Lloegr yn dangos mai collwrs s,l ydy'r Saeson; WELSHCOLUMN. 572
S4C 'has lack of hunger for great programming' CHANNEL DEFENDS ITS OUTPUT AFTER WRITER'S CRITICISMS. 687
School set to close if strike goes ahead. 176
Scottish folk song wins Turner prize; UKBULLETINS. 105
Spare a thought for the fish in iced-over lakes; angling: LET'S HOPE THEY ARE BETTER PREPARED THAN WE ARE. 1012
Stay home to avoid accident waiting to happen; pounds 110M EXTRA FOR NHS TO KEEP PEOPLE OUT OF HOSPITAL. 815
Swann is hailing heroics of Pietersen. 290
Talented learners land top awards; AWARDS RECOGNISE SKILLS IN LAND-BASED INDUSTRIES. 817
talking WM sense. 557
THE BRIEFING. 223
The Love Song not inspired by Church. 234
the nightmare that is christmas present; Bah humbug... it's just turned December and Noddy and the boys are already blaring out 'So here it is, Merry Christmas'. Already had your fill of the festive season? Then join vicar's son Simon Gaskell... 772
the perfect party face; You don't have to pile it on for Christmas - WM asked a Welsh a look that is make-up artist at Bobbi Browntoputtogether fresh, gorgeous and still special enough for the office party. 609
Theatre show... in the back of a taxi; WALES newsbulletin. 123
THEY SAID WHAT? 186
Tram-crash temptation. 154
Turn your snout up at a mini-pig, it's big trouble; Impulse buys are common in the run-up to Christmas, but some purchases need careful consideration, warns our smallholder columnist. 858
WAG pays out pounds 20m in redundancies; TORIES 'SHOCKED' AT AMOUNT SPENT ON VOLUNTARY EXITS. 592
WAG to target internet-access blackspots in joint UK effort. 375
Warning over snow danger to lamb crop. 214
WAYOUTWEST. 443
Welsh hiring intentions are back in positive territory; WALESISMOSTOPTIMISTICON STAFFINGINUK,SURVEYSHOWS. 634
Welsh on the pitch; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 161
Welsh shoppers and firms feel better about economy. 140
Westwood planning to end Major drought. 211
WM dear santa [...]; This Christmas, WM wishes... for a perfect Christmas like the one in the M&S advert. 641
your stars. 644

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