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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (March 20, 2010)

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'Cameron win won't put Wales in a crisis - he has too much to lose' And even a hung parliament could learn lessons from coalition. 1561
'Ghostbuster' killed by pub car park punch. 226
'Oh God - I'm old enough to be his mother'. 676
'Taxes frozen as the Government warms up for the election'. 344
A bond you can Trust; For many young men and women, finding an adult they "click" with and who'll guide them through the tough times or simply be around as a source of knowledge, is a challenge too far. But that's whereThe Prince's Trust mentoring scheme comes in. Catherine Jones finds out more. 2044
A CULTURAL WEEKEND... How I'll spend the next 48 hours. 284
A cunning plan; LETTERS. 189
A fantastic plastic solution to housing, claims company. 151
A first-class line-up for biggest dance festival. 362
A stroll in the park is now just a step away; All the benefits of the village and the city in century-old charming family home. 329
Abandoned baby in bag mistaken for a forgotten gym kit; Newborn was discovered by schoolboy, 14. 640
Add impact with splashes of colour and tactile textures. 428
Admiral on board as new sponsor of iconic red shirt; Cardiff insurance giant to replace brewers Brains as kit sponsors. 683
Admiration for NHS staff is immense; LETTERS. 331
Air and rail passengers braced for travel misery; BA talks end in acrimony - and rail signal workers also vote to strike. 796
Another MP faces court after pocketing 'windfall'. 544
Antiques fair offers variety and quality. 324
Aqueduct attracts otters with a taste for the high life. 682
AUTHOR'S NOTES; BOOKS. 808
Barcelona boss is expecting a classic Euro tie. 639
Birds take flight in words and music; Preview Stories With Wings Venues across Wales. 338
BOYZONE: A TRIBUTE TO STEPHEN GATELY ITV1 Wales, tomorrow, 8.30pm. 180
BRAINTEASERS. 406
Brecon Antiques Fair branches out to include market gift stalls. 126
Buyers get more choice. 348
Byrne's ready toturn over turn over new leaf for Wales. 703
CAERDYDD S4C, yfory, 9pm. 177
Cameron needs to keep it simple to recover from jittery January; OPINION. 474
Cardiff in shock loss to Bedwas. 155
Caretaker set ablaze as he started fire in marital home; Husband died two days after inferno in house. 701
Carnage UK man could be jailed for punching resident; Pub crawl organiser is found guilty of assault. 457
Castle gets fire power from movie. 185
Centuries of art shows our changing landscape; Work from 1678 to present day in exhibition. 703
city marketreport. 298
Close knit. 128
Coca-Cola fizzes over and out into the billion-pound territory. 183
Collectors show their metal, as silver and gold boost sale bids; American and European interest, combined with fall of the pound and rise in precious metal prices puts shine on figures at Brightwells auction. 646
Communities First auditors to spot-check partnerships; Detailed inspections planned over 'financial abuse' at other groups. 635
contents. 209
CORONATION STREET. 199
Council faces 'scapegoats' claim over the death of girl. 458
Councils as partners; LETTERS. 377
Croke had it right; LETTERS. 140
CYFNEWID S4C, Dydd Mercher, 8.25pm. 227
DATHLU! S4C, Dydd Iau, 8.25pm. 231
Davies is relishing his life in the red. 326
Davy Crockett actor dies aged 85; world newsbulletin. 112
DIGITAL. 749
DON'T MIND YOUR Ps & Qs. 1291
Dressing up the past; AWelsh professor is the latest recruit to a drive aimed at enticing people through the doors of some of our foremost visitor attractions. Rachael James steps back in time to meet a group who just love getting all dressed up in period fashion. 1178
EASTENDERS. 160
EASTER OPTIONS. 280
EDWARD VII: PRINCE OF PLEASURE BBC Two Wales, Tuesday, 9pm. 185
EMMERDALE. 177
Ex-Corrie star vows to beat bottle and save marriage; Jones admits dangerous driving and accepts he has drink problem. 644
Feather beds. 110
Fitness is key for Legg's hopes. 406
Founder of Joseph fashion label dies. 192
FRIDAY. 407
From spuds to duds; HOME TRUTHS. 735
George opens a window on the world as the light floods into his living room. 479
Grand day out if Wales complete an Italian job; winningline The best bets and the best odds for the sporting weekend. 254
HAF O HYD, Awdur: Geraint Lewis, Gwasg Carreg Gwalch, pounds 7.50. 305
Hain optimistic 'shortcomings' in the system to devolve powers being fixed. 430
Harri ar d,n i gael blas ar y byd mawr. 384
High-spec city homes with an emphasis on eco-living; St Michael's Mews in Llandaff is the first private development in Wales to achieve Code Level 3. 614
HOLLYOAKS. 155
Homecooking; Roasted aubergine curry with cauliflower. Recipe 213
Hunt for World Cup thief hots up; RETRO REPORT March, 1966 How we covered... 276
I know how teenager Tom feeling on Welsh debut day. 767
If Michael can play Edna Turnblad in Hairspray, he can play Shrek. You can do so much with make-up... Ball in line for new role. 781
IN THE GALLERY. 148
Inspectors stick their oars in at pounds 13m white-water rafting facility. 255
Irish rugby chaos after security alert; uk newsbulletin. 110
It's golden dream for treble-up Twiston-Davies at Cheltenham. 429
It's time to spruce up your garden. 662
Join me Gav, says Alfie as he makes Crusaders bow. 953
Jones carries on with job as he's in dark on talks for big City deal. 978
Kew Gardens Tree Tops Walk and Hampton Court. 199
Learning to do things the Dyson way is a winner; dylan jonesevans The Professor who shoots from the hip. 797
Let's do the Italian job in style and bring back Welsh pride. 1017
Lift for Neath's title bid. 169
Loan sharks jailed after admitting illegal lending. 187
mad hatter. 130
Mallett targets top-class defence to spark an upset. 571
Matches boost Welsh economy by pounds 71m. 326
Mephedrone deaths suspect freed; uk newsbulletin. 112
mind matters. 516
MONDAY. 305
Moody relishing proud moment. 307
Morning Serial. 433
Murderer gets life for use of dog 'weapon'. 198
Musical treat for fans as Jenkins to headline; An international soprano, world-famous violinist and celebrated all-girl string quartet are all on the bill for this year's Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod which is revealed today. Karen Price finds out what audiences can look forward to. 781
MY TELLY. 567
My week. 234
Never trust a skinny chef; She may be Dahlicious to look at, but what does Sophie Dahl know about food? With her debut cookery show about to air on TV, Abbie Wightwick asks Welsh chefs if the ex-model is one voluptuous foodie babe too far. 837
New development's tribute to city's history; Lysaght Village, Taylor Wimpey's new site in Newport, is named after the city's steel mill owners. 326
Norfolk Gardens and The Lavender Harvest. 145
now and then; Welsh designer Jayne Pierson is just back from Paris Fashion Week. She talked WM through the inspiration for her Titania's Dream collection, told us which essentials we should have bagged by now for spring, and gave us a hint of the looks we'll be coveting come autumn. 764
O'Driscoll is wary of the 'unlucky' Scots. 298
Optimism at lower than expected losses. 567
OVER THE RAINBOW BBC One Wales, Friday, 9pm. 191
Parents praise hero who saved their boy. 215
Plenty of advice from all sides as Darling prepares for the Budget; Welsh bosses want taxes on business reduced. 1700
POBOL Y CWM. 167
pounds 4m fund to support local pubs 'too little, too late' New powers for councils to stop closures. 698
Prydie's a first class package set to deliver - skipper Ryan. 801
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 130
QUIZOPEDIA. 601
Record haul of designer fakes seized. 132
REVIEWS. 464
Rhys storms into Moroccan lead. 423
Ross deal is put on ice at Channel 4. 156
Ry'n ni'n bwydo'r ddelwedd o ffyliaid meddw. 373
SATURDAY. 329
Seeing is believing; advertisement feature. 572
Social workers kept jobs after child deaths; Swansea Council says sorry, but no sackings. 174
Sousa's men could have done without the Warnock factor. 1218
Spice Cottage takes hot award; wales newsbulletin. 107
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STRAIGHT OFF THE VINE. 405
Striking it lucky with a vesta case; Bargain Hunter. 405
Suicide couple's children cleared. 372
Summer in London by rail. 190
SUNDAY. 297
Syniadau... mewn coch, gwyn a gwyrdd; Mewn llyfr sy'n cael ei gyhoeddi yr wythnos nesaf mae tad Mistar Urdd, y cymeriad bach trilliw, yn adrodd ei stori am ei ymwneud ,'r mudiad dros nifer fawr o flynyddoedd... 842
Taylor-made to grab his big chance with the Dragons. 557
Technology investment sees agency move ahead. 401
The beer necessities. 1442
THE GREAT OFFICES OF STATE. 138
THE INSIDER. 483
The Property Doctor. 704
The quirky spirit of Hong Kong & Macau; Emily Pennink visited two former colonial outposts in the South China Sea where their markets and eateries supplied a feast of the East. 1427
The three best dressed women on our fahion rada this week; WM weekend: Style icons. 137
thefirstword. 619
Three to see What's worth catching on the box or the cinema this weekend... 174
THURSDAY. 338
TOP 10 FILMS OF THE WEEK. 337
Top talk; GREEN SCENE. 299
Tory rhetoric; LETTERS. 132
travels with my credit card. 185
TUDUR OWEN O'R DOC S4C, Dydd Gwener, 9.05pm. 196
TUESDAY. 323
Twinkle, twinkle, you little child star; Modern parenting rules say it's never too soon to learn a new skill. But yoga for babies? Signing classes before they can walk? Toddlers taking music lessons? Mum-of-two Cathy Owen investigates the (super) early learning phenomenon. 3080
Two albums under her fast with her famous belt, and Lucy is catching up relatives on the music scene; Lucy Wainwright Roche may be a member of a famous family but she's determined to do things her own way, as she tells Dave Owens. 838
Union stepping up pre-strike pressure. 170
Wales hit back to stun Fijians. 335
Wales out of the UK; LETTERS. 349
We are very sorry for letting these children down... there were errors of judgement. 2214
We must get tough on social services failings; COMMENT. 464
We must rediscover the pride and passion; There's pride at stake - Gatland. 764
we try, you buy; MAKING SURE YOU DON'T SHELL OUT FOR ANYTHING LESS THAN THE BEST. 151
WEDNESDAY. 338
Welsh Guards to march on Red Square to rekindle wartime links; Soldiers are first from UK to take part in parade. 976
Welsh youngsters are flattered by their victory margin. 205
What can you get for your money across Wales right now? We've found three properties from different price ranges which may suit your pocket TAKE 3. 316
Wimbledon 2010. 170
women'sown. 559
Youngster should savour debut, says Bergamasco. 377
Your stars. 662
Zeitgeist. 229

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