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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (February 11, 2010)

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'Ryder Cup to generate pounds 70m-plus - and Tiger will be there' Sir Terry on Celtic Manor showpiece. 309
10.5% fall in output is worst on record. 350
Afghan avalanches death toll rises to 166. 291
Ailing Wales call the doc. 1090
AM fears parts of DVLA are to be privatised. 132
Bar brawl soldiers remanded in custody. 217
BBC's SpiderCam left rugby viewers in web of confusion. 208
Boyfriend feared accused would leave, court told; Jury considers verdict in A-level murder trial. 698
Business gurus to look at post-crashWales; Exploration into challenges for businesses and economy. 411
Busy time for Davies as he tunes up for Delhi. 208
Cardiff City given 28 days to settle pounds 1.7m tax bill; HM Revenue accepts pounds 1m down payment. 552
Celtic connections; LETTERS. 463
Charteris has been made the fall guy - Turner. 506
Chronicles coming home to Wales; RETROREPORT April, 1986 Howwe covered... Edited by Tony Woolway. 294
City council set to cut 2,000 jobs; uk newsbulletin. 110
city market report. 447
Clarke queries review system. 354
Cleverly aims for European springboard to world glory. 367
CLICK VIDEO. 160
Cole steps up for his England debut to face Italians. 358
Compensation overhaul to raise pay-outs for troops; Forces scheme compares 'more than favourably' with most countries. 577
Composers impress on a NoW platform; Masterclass lets seven showcase developing talent. 821
County go marching on at top. 157
Dragons trip is called off. 184
Euro lottery is a win-win situation for Wales. 875
Ex-Foreign Secretaries warn Miliband on cuts. 399
Foreign plants are paying a high price for move to colder climes; Expert says many are likely to have succumbed to icy snap. 883
French blast Owens. 187
Gatland's dismay as Scots raise the roof. 470
Get rid of the WAG; LETTERS. 610
Give Alun a break, he is still a star for Wales; He was cast as the villain of the piece for his yellow card at Twickenham, but what did YOU make of the Alun Wyn Jones sin-binning? Here is a selection of the many letters and e-mails submitted to the Western Mail. 806
Golf showpiece 'worth at least pounds 70m to the Welsh economy'. 728
Great night for the Premier-chasing Welsh clubs. 296
Greece at a standstill in protests over cuts. 180
Gunners fire their way to victory thanks to Diaby. 184
Hain jeered in Commons after 'Wales richer than Rwanda' comments; MPs ignore Assembly powers poll as economy gaffe raises a laugh. 754
Hairy moment for Hopkins after filming The Wolfman. 191
Help for families; LETTERS. 116
Historic Hafodunos Hall to rise from the ashes at last; Businessman buys the ruins to restore hall as his family home. 636
Homecooking; Thai-styled salmon and rice with red curry sauce. 185
Honeymoon for Gatland in Wales is well and truly over; Rugby sense from the former Wales captain gwyn jones. 891
I've never said the quotation seized on by climate-change sceptics across the globe; False statement damaging, says Welsh scientist. 710
Immigration officer criticises controls; uk newsbulletin. 119
INSIDE. 147
Is nuclear crisis a question of attack and defence - or a lack of respect? OPINION. 478
Jones boosts Wolves as Spurs slide continues. 190
kicking game; The not so wonderful: In 1963, the Five Nations clash between Wales and Scotland was so dominated by negative kicking that rugby authorities changed the laws of the game in a bid to clamp down on the trend. As the two teams prepare to meet again in a sport afflicted once more by the same scourge, Tim Lewis looks at how one of rugby's most frustrating facets came full circle. 1585
Latest economic summit to plot Wales' recovery by improving skills. 211
Lions get easy prey after drought aid; world newsbulletin. 121
Lover guilty after curry poisoning; uk newsbulletin. 116
Managers of dairy co-op 'made astonishing financial decisions' MPs hear how Dairy Farmers and its 'million-pound board' collapsed. 607
Merthyr Learning Quarter plan fires debate; Some schools oppose loss of their sixth forms. 714
Midwives warn that mothers should only as a last resort choose an operation; A quarter of babies now delivered by a caesarean. 856
Mike Budd, the 'best player never to play forWales', is found hanged. 442
Miliband loses his bid to block torture allegations disclosure; Ruling leading to 'great deal of concern' in the US, Foreign Secretary tells MPs. 630
MINISTER'SVIEW. 617
Morning Serial. 401
MS risk can be reduced by mothers drinking milk. 443
New band enlist a degree of help to promote their music; Students help out aspiring Welsh rockers with unique link-up. 719
New insight into horror of 9/11 attack. 139
Newport to host business seminar; city newsbulletin. 104
OAPs to get help to replace old boilers. 402
Pakistan confirms Taliban leader dead; world newsbulletin. 117
Post Office view on closures is laughable; LETTERS. 349
pounds 7m investment set to bring 200 jobs to former L'Oral site; Support for expansion from WAG. 614
Pupils on the move towards dream job; Vocational awards prepare pupils for the work place. 670
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 132
Rambo gunning for the English. 257
Reckless cuts will deepen human cost of downturn; Government figures last month may have revealed the recession was over, but many parts of Wales are still feeling the economic chill. Jonathan Edwards examines what the return to growth really means for Wales. 815
Recovery is blowing in the wind and tides around Wales; On the eve of an announcement on green jobs being created in South Wales, future economic growth can be achieved by focusing on sustainable industries, argues Welsh Secretary Peter Hain. 897
Redundant Bosch staff offered retraining to find work as plant closure confirmed. 527
Rising star Earls happy to be in the Irish picture now. 397
Saha's at the double to put brakes on Chelsea. 456
Silence is deafening over Wales' bid to make laws; COMMENT. 461
Simmering drama from Deep South; Review To Kill A Mockingbird Clwyd Theatr Cymru, Mold. 322
Slow recovery suggests UK economy needs more help. 425
Suspect playgroup to shut for 10 days. 327
Swans skipper Monk lashes out at Derry tackle on Kuqi. 781
Teens twice as likely to crash and damage is double too; Peer pressure and lack of experience blamed for worse record on the road. 680
The publicity surrounding Tiger Woods won't do this Ryder Cup any harm at all; Sir Terry confident troubled star will play tournament. 1113
There was a lot of naivety on our part - but I don't regret going on rebel tour; Two decades on from the rebel tour of South Africa, Matthew Maynard opens up to Phil Blanche on the trip that rocked English cricket. 1538
Thomas unhurt as stage ends in chaotic sprint. 203
Toon's defender Coloccini back to face Swansea. 335
Troupe takes knowledge and love of dance to all of Wales; NDCW tour includes workshops in schools and colleges across Wales. 595
Under-age pub has licence reviewed; wales newsbulletin. 107
UNIVERSITY VIEW. 562
Unlucky 13 as City are hit by big player crisis. 666
WAG offer of help to refinery amid job fears. 194
Wales may seek right to regulate sunbeds. 139
Warren makes light work of switch-on. 294
Way paved for WAG reform of mental health services. 618
We spent two weeks on set and it was crazy hanging around with Clint and all these huge stars. Matt Damon was just one of the boys... How scrum-half was given the chance to meet Hollywood elite. 822
We won't be doing a rain dance, insists star Cusiter. 433
Wise words of iconic women inspire others through iPhone app; Quotes promote empowerment in the workplace. 740
Woman terrified by burglar's threats. 255
Women who are forced to work part-time take big hit in pay. 487
X-ray for Giggs as United earn a draw against Villa. 212
Your stars. 652

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