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

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'Role model' Hartson returns to old school 20 years on. 295
'S4C should stick to what it can do very well and people will watch' Union 'warned over decision to vastly increase channel's output'. 769
'The music is sensational - it's a pity about the storyline' But criticism may be premature, admit Phantom's Welsh stars. 1047
'The potential total audience is much less than others'. 935
'Welsh deputy headmistress had 14-month affair with a teenage pupil' Teacher told boy's mother she loved him, court hears: Love letters were found in schoolboy's rented home. 985
Actor dies aged 38 after career blighted by abuse of drugs. 337
Ambulance chief who answered 999 call to leave; Troubleshooter says he has taken under-fire service as far as he can. 589
Apologies for two women beaten and raped by father; Daughters bore him seven children. 497
Are otters the rotters that have stitched upthe vanishingsewin? Inquiry under way as numbers fall by half in six years inWales. 657
At-risk children; LETTERS. 189
BA faces prospect of strikes as talks collapse. 348
Bell not taking his place for granted. 597
Benitez in call to his Reds for Euro target. 199
Best Welsh result at World Schools Debating fest. 204
Bradley says big thank-you to the fans and Wales aces for support. 1329
Bright idea for freerunning equipment helps students triumph; Team to represent Wales in Global Entrepreneurship championships. 567
Building links with Patagonia. 242
Cardiff City are 'robbing Peter to pay Paul...' 'Clearly insolvent' club given 56 days to pay pounds 1.9m tax debt. 605
Catholic church launches abuse inquiries; world newsbulletin. 123
Chancellor has a difficult pre-election dilemma; COMMENT. 468
City shock mighty Real; RETRO REPORT March, 1971 How we covered... 272
College celebrates award for excellence; ADVERTISING FEATURE. 588
Commercial property market recovery 'may be false dawn' Warning on government cutbacks and unemployment. Industry overview 747
Common anthem; LETTERS. 199
Confident Vermaelen ready to have the last laugh. 722
Creating hangers-on; LETTERS. 153
Crisis-hit Pompey cut 85 members of staff. 309
Dai Country by Alun Richards. 405
Data centre for Newport finished ahead of schedule; One of Europe's biggest facilities on former LG site. 466
Directors balance Liberty books. 424
Don't lock language in 'bear pit' of party politics, urges Lib Dem. 496
Doomenomics; LETTERS. 141
Dublin win is vital to prove Wales have not gone backwards this season. 914
Einstein's theories universally accepted; uk newsbulletin. 132
Faith school re-opens after pounds 3.5m renovation. 374
Father of kidnapped boy back in Britain. 247
Ffion cooks a date with celebrity chefs in UK final. 350
Flood defences money 'needs to triple' Agency warns on climate change. 494
Foot's vision; LETTERS. 115
For better or worse, with me what you see is what you get; Brown tries to reach out to voters as signs point to May 6 election. 979
Heathrow hub not the answer for Wales; LETTERS. 277
Help to ensure a sustainable future for all. 557
Home cooking; Carrot cupcakes with orange zest. 220
How lucky we are; LETTERS. 111
Independent Wales TV contract urged. 188
Ipswich repeat will end City bid, says Rae. 541
Job cuts planned for Toyota's Deeside site. 211
Juventus boss has warning. 177
Legal firms merge to offer enhanced service across South Wales. 241
Llanelli are made to work hard for their league victory. 207
Mancini urges side to keep up momentum. 315
Marty is called up for clash with Italy. 272
Massa's fears for Formula One new boys. 400
Merger talks over deep coal pits. 377
Miners' institute premiere 'sending out big message' Curtain up tonight on National Theatre Wales' first production. 788
Ministers join forces to tackle global food supply challenges. 320
Monitoring rubbish; LETTERS. 103
More people will qualify for the basic State Pension; ADVERTISING FEATURE. 642
Move to dark side can take Swansea to magic kingdom. 803
MPs call for action on dangerous foreign lorries using UK roads; Report urges closure of tax and toll loophole. 726
Murphy's flavour of the month for Ireland. 752
My children are now living in fear of their father ... it haunts me and always will; Mum's torment as ex-husband faces life after killing daughter. 624
No chance for Brown on Match of the Day 2. 177
Northern Rock to pay bonuses after losses ease. 356
Now students can study for a McGCSE at their local takeaway. 303
Nugent back on target, but Burnley in need of a boost. 345
Our Warren called a 'menopausal warthog' as Irish claim his Wales side are disliked; Irish turn up heat with 'warthog' jibe at our Warren. 1308
Out of the picture; LETTERS. 109
Owner's visit was the key - Bent. 420
Parker penalty earns a point. 111
Pay freeze for senior staff in public sector 'insulting' Union attacks 'harsh treatment' as MPs award themselves a rise. 605
Pick of the day. 180
Plaid and SNP could join TV election debate, after threatening legal action. 410
Plan for more details of bank pay. 316
Policing costs more than in England. 388
pounds 2m deal puts Voice of Angel in control. 177
Report highlights policy concerns. Report 324
Rooney's simply among the best, says Becks. 776
Secombe's Katy puts his bedtime story on UK stage; Harry's magical tale of a monster turned into a play by his daughter. 624
Sequels are about making money, but they can still strike creative gold; secondglance. 479
Shoppers of the future back Fairtrade. 491
Snowy January weather blamed for fall in manufacturing output; Freezing start to the year responsible for sharp drop in first-quarter production. 572
Take a journey to the frozen wastes; Preview Stephen Venables: In the Steps of Shackleton Theatr Mwldan, Cardigan. 327
Taliban claims Nato base suicide attack; world newsbulletin. 103
The long and winding road; This weekend, Wales play Ireland at Croke Park in Dublin for the last time before the hosts switch their home games to the Aviva Stadium - the sparkling replacement for the dilapidated, but much-loved Lansdowne Road. Sam Malone reflects on the history of one of the world's most iconic sporting fixtures, and looks ahead to life at the new home of Irish rugby. 1658
The longer S4C is broadcasting, the better it will be for this country; Business Editor Sion Barry argues that S4C's pounds 100m a year budget is a force for good in theWelsh economy. 590
Thriving bioscience shows strength of Welsh talent; Dr Lyn Evans, the project leader at the Large Hadron Collider, has warned this week of the damaging effects of the failure to develop a new generation of scientists. But, according to Minister Lesley Griffiths, the profession is actually in very good hands in Wales. 846
Top Cardiff offices change hands in major pounds 34m deal. 225
Two arrested after body is discovered; uk newsbulletin. 104
Uni goes global with its lectures on iTunes. 462
Visa trouble stops artists attending launch of Artes Mundi; pounds 40,000-prize Cardiff show opens. 426
your stars. 639

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