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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (February 19, 2010)

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"Print will have the last word on feminism over any computer geeks; OPINION. 497
'Car wars' intensify as deals continue. 231
'I'll be a wacky grandma' One of the best-selling novels of the last decade, The Lovely Bones, is being brought to the big screen with Susan Sarandon in the role of the grieving, but glamorous, grandmother. Rob Driscoll meets the Oscar-winning Hollywood star. 1225
'I've got no ambition' As one of the country's favourite stand-ups, Lee Mack is embarking on a major tour. He takes time out to chat to Karen Price about bingo, life as a stable boy and getting the sack. 1440
'Israel must co-operate over fake passports' Miliband denies the Government is just 'going through the motions'. 569
'Scoring that try was likeWilkinson kicking the drop goal to win theWorld Cup' Score was a moment to cherish: Score was a moment to cherish. 510
Abused woman was stabbed 25 times in 'frenzied attack' Violent partner later found dead in a prison cell, inquest told. 622
Actress Kathryn Grayson dies at 88; world newsbulletin. 115
Artillery shell left at recycling skip; wales newsbulletin. 132
BBC mistake; LETTERS. 168
Behind closed doors; If you want a last look at Cardiff's Sherman Cymru before it's major overhaul, then check out its new production, which takes visitors on a tour of every nook and cranny of the building. Karen Price finds out more about it. 745
Best view of game; LETTERS. 214
Big boys could give cold comfort to smaller firms; Professor says they may step in to solve credit problems. 787
Boonen rides to victory to close gap on Bennati. 197
Boyes Rees designs luxury four-star hotel for Exeter Airport. 264
Bruce upbeat on Emirates mission. 234
Bullard poised for his return. 380
Cameron gets tough on marketing to children; Guilty firms face being excluded. 657
Can Tiger ride out the storm and drive back to the top? As Tiger Woods today prepares to speak publicly for the first time since lurid allegations about his private life hit the headlines, Sam Malone speaks to several PR experts about the impact of any forthcoming apology. 859
Chance for the little black dress. 132
Chelsea reject United rumours on star Cole. 504
Christmas meeting was Blues present. 477
Citroen riding high with zero emissions concept. 232
city market report. 405
Cold snap 'hit A&E hospital times'. 381
Coming full circle; Elfyn Lewis is opening his first exhibition since winning the Gold Medal for Fine Art at last year's National Eisteddfod. Karen Price finds out how music inspires the man whose paintings appeared on Catatonia's album and single covers. 750
Company fined pounds 250,000 following safety breaches; Potential cancer dangers after smoke release. 556
Concern over BBC plan for new apps. 149
Corus forges ahead with 'mothball' plan. 127
Cube owners onto a winner. 190
Cuddle our dreams, Mr Darcy. 114
culturevulture. 259
darryl corner the view. 539
De Vere step in to boost PGA Seniors Championship. 378
Deadline-day blast in past as Rangel signs new Swans deal. 1024
Delight at Madeleine book-ban decision. 164
Dragons aiming to hit form again on Heineken trail. 518
dvddigest. 170
EADS appoints new chief at HQ. 258
Estate agency rules 'hold back' online competition; OFT report suggests system overhaul could encourage competitive pressure. 668
Euro stars won't be lords of the Manor this June. 603
Evans the Atom gets ready to discover what the origins of our universe are. 420
Ex-pupil stabs teacher to death; world newsbulletin. 109
Falklands are fully protected, PM insists as shipping row escalates; 'Task force won't be needed and sensible discussions will prevail'. 857
Falklands veterans back support for the islanders. 614
Family's secret Welsh rarebit recipe breaks into Harvey Nichols' exclusive food market; Pots started out at local farmers' stalls. Recipe 590
familytime picks for kids. 137
Fighting back with Avensis; Flagship model could help put troubled Toyota back on track. 550
filmreviews. 422
Fine start for Enoch and his college team. 237
Firth and Mulligan win British awards; uk newsbulletin. 109
fivelive on this week's to-do list. 271
Ford offers excitement and fuel economy; ADVERTISING FEATURE. 393
Former adviser opposes penalising people for using drugs. 445
Glamorising alcohol; LETTERS. 138
Good alternatives to university education; LETTERS. 230
Gosling 'very surprised' at killing arrest. 120
Gunners will support Fabianski, insists Fabregas. 302
Historic Hoylake stages the Open. 377
Home cooking. 205
Ieuan's ready for some hard bargaining as he predicts a stalemate in Westminster; Plaid could have a powerful voice if election causes hung parliament. 1736
Injured Ennis decides to give Birmingham a miss. 189
inside track. 413
INSIDE. 144
Intense drama with a thrilling score; Review Tosca Wales Millennium Centre. Opera review 372
It's a slog but Ngog saves the Reds' blushes. 502
January borrowing a UK first. 357
Jazz is a sound investment. 284
Jones felt 'let down' by the failure to bring in new players; But City boss insists he still has working rapport with Ridsdale. 984
keep on running; the WM interview: She spent five years running around the world, but Rosie Swale-Pope has no plans to put her feet up just yet. The grandmother of two spoke to Catherine Jones about her plans to run 26 marathons in 26 days and how, at 63, she feels her life is just beginning. 2087
Kia's blueprint for green motoring. 327
Kieswetter tipped to join production line. 537
Last-minute secret for EastEnders; uk newsbulletin. 108
LOOK WHAT'S HEADING your way next, James. 876
Lydiate in good luck message to Evans. 333
Manager 'consistently undermined', tribunal told. 322
Manufacturing on the mend at last; Output starting to rise after two bleak years. 425
McCarthy makes a tactical retreat. 154
MEPs join Rhodri for St David's Day talks with Europe chief. 181
Merit lift will start event at Prestatyn. 391
Monty's oasis as big three provide a Ryder boost in the desert swing; anthonywoolford anthony.woolford@walesonline.co.uk. 1781
Morning Serial; Dai Country. 418
Motorways were fairly quiet - so much so that people used to stop on the hard shoulder and have a picnic; Looking back on 50 years of M4 motoring. 859
My career started with Pie Jesu, which was written by Andrew, so it feels like I've come full circle; Charlotte urged to reinvent herself as a prime-time TV star with new show. 735
Nissan upgrades Qashqai. 449
Nissan's small car, sports star. 378
Owens has Wales aim as Scarlets face face test; Injuries look set to open that Six Nations door for ambitious hooker. 653
Pick-up with all the luxury of a car. 283
Pilot 'crashes plane into office block in tax row' Message on internet spelled out problems with US revenue service. 601
Plaid strategy for hung parliament a good one; COMMENT. 465
Plaid: Hung parliament would be best result for Wales. 264
Plans for 200 WAG business advisers fail to materialise; Figure was outlined under 'radical shake-up' of support. 537
Political fresh air; LETTERS. 116
Pompey plea to sell players to help pay off their debt. 361
Privatisation worry grows as Mint unveils expansion plan; But officials say it is part of development. 623
Pulis call for probe on troubled club's problems. 296
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 279
Red Driving School skids off the road. 201
Rugby greats honour McLaren. 300
Second sculpture in memory of rugby icon 'Grav'. 320
Seeing the woods through the trees. 958
Spanish success puts Boulden on Curtis Cup trail. 382
Special tribute to McLaren planned for Murrayfield. 251
start the ball rolling for Experts aim to Science Museum Welsh National; Conference next month hopes to learn from other countries. 905
The BBC risks more bad news by bumping off Denise; COLUMNIST. 448
The Ospreys support Help for Heroes at big match. 276
The snow blasts back and there's more on the way. 274
They're not doodling, just raising charity cash. 351
This dispute has as much to do with oil as territory. 400
Thomas becomes triple crown holder; RETRO REPORT Howwe covered...February, 1951 Edited. 265
Top marks for Honda's 4x4. 249
Toxic doctrine; LETTERS. 169
Used car values set to remain strong. 177
Value of human life; LETTERS. 289
Vision of health care closer to home under threat, say GPs; Fears over lack of investment in surgeries and too-small premises. 931
Wales look to their star rivals; Phillips and Peel could be in the frame for showdown with France: Wales look to scrum-half rivals for comeback in French showdown. 798
Wannabe dad Simon proves a sad truth for exes. 185
Welsh scientist helps to solve the giant panda's big bamboo riddle; Research finds it should really be a meat-eater. 519
Windows can now be used inWelsh. 224
With a little help from her friends; She might have a major solo tour coming up, but Cate Le Bon is still taking her mates along. She talks to Matt Thomas about her debut album and taking to the road. 841
Wootton Bassett crowds honour five more war victims. 406
Your stars with Patrick Arundell. 648
Zamora thunderbolt shocks Shakhtar. 202

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