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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (January 13, 2010)

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Title Author Type Words
A bright idea for retiring type Keith. 306
A million use credit card to pay mortgage. 217
A Royal day to remember is planned with visit to town next week. 231
Announcement of Associate appointment at top law firm; ADVERTISING FEATURE. 191
Armed forces 'to be cut by a fifth'. 245
Automotive show out to illustrate Wales' influence on the industry. 230
BBC Wales reporter sacked for Hells Angels connection; Journalist was also a spokesman under an assumed name. 659
Betting firm is after a leader. 157
Big three on way back, but Henson still the talk of Ospreys. 946
Blair pledged Iraq support in secret letters to Bush; Campbell reveals 'sensitive notes' at inquiry hearing: I did not beef up WMD dossier, says Campbell. 1286
Bomb blast kills Iranian academic. 127
Breen through by Royal command. 212
Building roads is not only way for business to thrive; Martin Evans examines what businesses need from the transport network in Wales. 1055
Bullied NHS boss awarded pounds 150,000 compensation; 'The money can never make up for my life being ruined. I am still suffering'. 638
Business bosses 'will be spending more time on creating ideas'. 197
Busy with Wales; LETTERS. 216
Cadbury warns shareholders not to let Kraft 'steal' the company. 409
Call for WAG to back centre of excellence for entrepreneurs; Chamber publishes its recovery plan. 715
Can you build on your profits by cutting down on property costs? Robert Chapman argues that 2010 is the year businesses really should explore the profitability of their premises. 624
Carwyn slips easily into Rhodri's well-worn shoes behind the microphone. 584
Carwyn's finger hesitates to pull the trigger on a referendum vote - posing the question: Is his hand being held back by a wary Secretary of State for Wales? 597
Cautious investors shun stock market in favour of savings accounts. 323
Cinema's 3D craze will get a sporting chance in massive Six Nations battle; England-Wales clash a hi-tech rugby first. 775
Collingwood is expecting Proteas to take gamble. 902
Comedian Carr fined for speeding; uk newsbulletin. 129
Comparison firm holding steady. 232
Currency crisis hits stores in Venezuela; world newsbulletin. 109
Customers wanting to enjoy themselves give Tesco its best Christmas present; Voucher handout sees sales at top of expectations. 573
Debenhams to step up refit work after Cardiff's success; Company pleased with its Christmas performance. 489
Defence minister's niece is jailed for 15 years. 361
Devolve power; LETTERS. 313
Doom and gloom that has descended on office market lifting; dealround-up. 870
Dunelm caution for future prospects. 353
Emerging markets may seem lucrative - but take care; Indonesia, Vietnam, the Philippines and Turkey are all lining up to sell foreign currency bonds. 727
Exhibition stuff for Murray. 137
Experts to get update on economy. 144
Football chairman faces tax charges; uk newsbulletin. 112
Football facing financial freeze; SPORT: Welsh duo predict bleak future for clubs who've borrowed big. 1073
Footsie slumps almost 1% as mining stocks plunge; citybulletin. 507
Former BBI boss back in the wealth creation game with a planned Welsh plc; New firm targets the in vitro diagnostic (IVD) market. 1373
Four waste projects for busy SLR. 171
Freeze is snow joke for Reds. 371
Fresh snowfalls bring a call for WAG to pay for grit as supplies become 'critical' Look after needy neighbours in the harsh weather, urges Carwyn. 1323
Frozen river foiled house burglar; wales newsbulletin. 115
Furry links with famous explorer of US; RETRO REPORT January, 2004 How we covered... 271
Game Group suffering in computer software slump. 458
Gatland's triple Wales lift; Shane, Hook and Alun Wyn return. 461
Government spending could mask true extent of hardship ahead. 652
Government to decide TV future of Ashes cricket. 279
Hard-working Hain; LETTERS. 166
Homecooking; Grilled salmon fillets with spicy lentils. Recipe 219
Hot nosh is order of the day as the big chill continues to bite; January's normally the month for drastic detoxes and devilish diets. But the cold snap has seen supermarkets sell out of comfort foods as we brace ourselves against Arctic conditions. Clare Hutchinson went in search of the reasons behind our love of winter warmers... 1168
House prices on rise in Wales; wales newsbulletin. 103
I'd rather shut all schools due to scorching weather this summer; OPINION: mumsays. 417
Illegal money lenders threatened victim's children to extort huge interest payments, court is told. 442
Incentives - not penalties - needed for entrepreneurs; 50p tax rate 'hammers' job creators. 891
Infection in critical care units reduced. 241
Investors seek safety in art. 381
Islamist group defiant as banning move announced; UK & WORLD NEWS: Group says outlawing it may lead to violence. 539
Island life can be lonely, Flat Holm's singleton warden discovers. 325
It's chilly but there are signs of a thaw. 433
Jealous doorman killed ex-girlfriend, court told; Prosecution says accused was 'incensed' over victim's new man. 618
Jobs likely to be lost at meat company. 236
Key role filled as family-run team grows. 343
Leadership lacking; LETTERS. 247
Main shareholder accuses M&B pub group's board of 'excess'. 332
Manufacturing optimistic after tentative recovery but experts warn of pitfalls ahead; Activity hit a two-year high in December, figures show. 1025
Mindset is the key to getting hired. 182
Morning serial. 386
My hands are tied over bonuses, chief of bailed-out bank tells MPs. 405
No Rush for Xavier on future. 224
Now's the time to move ahead with power vote; COMMENT. 468
O'Driscoll honoured by writers. 146
Ohuruogu to defend her title in Delhi. 256
Only Labour can forge a better future for Wales; Last week, Nick Bourne outlined his vision for a 'blue future' for Wales. In a reply to the Conservative leader, AM Ann Jones argues that the country would be better served under a Labour-led Assembly Government: the wednesday essay. 790
Optimism soars as turbulence in economy eases. 362
Paedophile faces a 'considerable' prison sentence. 275
Pension funds get out of the red. 306
Planning barrier must be removed to allow more houses to be built. 834
Poor marketing has hurt Cardiff Airport; LETTERS. 304
Post Office counting on Tellermate after agreeing cash system contract. 172
Private sector employees are set for a higher pay rise than public sector. 473
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 144
Radio 1 wrong to conceal roles of BNP men. 370
Rafa in call for spot on 'attitude'. 356
Reuniting half-back pair would a-Peel to Scarlets boss Nigel. 735
Robinson ally says he gave DUP cash. 235
Sarah Palin takes job as TV commentator; world newsbulletin. 112
Schuey right on track for return. 375
Senedd debate on referendum on law-making powers agreed for February 9; No confirmation the debate will be followed by a vote on holding poll. 1241
Senior sales manager plans to build onMGY's strengths. 271
Small firms call for action over skills as shortage holds them back; Demand to map deficits and target areas for training. 452
So you think the snow's bad this year? The big freeze and snowfalls of the new year is the harshest Welsh weather for a generation. But it doesn't compare with the nation's worst winters of the 20th century, as seen here through the eyes of past Western Mail photographers and reporters, reveals Steffan Rhys. 846
Soaring winter death toll puts focus on fuel poverty strategy. 907
Software specialist group Avia secures its third contract since listing on AIM. 255
Solo star who's an Ace in the pack; Preview Paul Carrack Swansea Grand Theatre. 359
Stagecoach buys county bus operator. 291
Star Stevens is fined pounds 300 for assaulting photographer. 464
Stop and search is ruled illegal by European court; Counter-terror law may have to be rewritten after judges' decision. 644
Sunbed Bill gets Health Secretary backing. 370
Taking risks; LETTERS. 177
The slowly returning corporate confidence gives hope for future; Gary Partridge, head of corporate finance for PwC in Wales and the west of England, assesses prospects for merger and acquisition (M&A) activity. 845
Tigers resigned to losing Mauger. 236
Too soon for recall - Danny. 251
Toshack's Wales take on Swedes at Liberty Stadium. 252
Tributes for Martyn as he gets a well-earned benefit. 746
Tributes paid to RAF man killed in Mediterranean island road crash; Cypriot man arrested after collision in which RAF serviceman died. 542
Wales' museum supremo leaves a priceless legacy; 'We should never lose sight of the way culture shapes the future of the nation'. 780
Want to get rid of work stress? Then take it all out on your boss; Telling manager what you think could help to improve working environment. 697
Welsh duo are back for Dragons. 408
Welsh star Savage rounds on Rams critics. 228
Westminster, not Cardiff 'better at easing poverty'. 391
Williams crashes through. 258
Williams puts the skids under Cup hopes for Cardiff. 1449
Win tickets to the Blues and Scarlets with Heineken. 300
Woman who hid Anne Frank dies; world newsbulletin. 120
Y cyfnod creulon sy'n amddifadu Cymru. 631

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