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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (May 10, 2010)

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'Ieuan Air' is reborn today, but should it get public money? Aviation policy doesn't seem to be a WAG strong point: walesinmotion. 873
'Our most successful bands come from the Valleys area' As Radio One highlights South Wales talent Clare Hutchinson investigates this source of music magic. 609
'Power-sharing deal must be done by Wednesday or the markets will suffer'. 842
'The reality is thatWales is falling woefully behind when it comes to cancer care' NHS has been given until September to comply with official standards. 907
'Tory-Lib Dem pact will benefit Welsh Labour'. 479
'When it comes to HIV I think everyone should be aware of it' Number of HIV patients increasing. 585
A conga and very little else; Hull Liverpool 0 0. 154
Ace Webber keeps his head but not his helmet. 460
Actress Carey gives charity shop her one-off Bafta-winning dress to sell. 253
ASK THE EXPERTS. 308
BA crews to decide next move after deal rejection. 373
Bad start to season cost us - Young. 521
Biaggi at double to close the gap; SPORTS SHORTS. 117
Blues go on rampage to seal the crown in style. 632
Brilliant Gayle keeps the Windies on right course. 242
Brilliant Train may not be on right track for Derby. 343
business sharetips. 393
Call to crack the problem of mislabelling Welsh produce; NFU will ask the new government to address this 'major' issue. 830
Caste and Wales; LETTERS. 141
Champs keep up fine form with easy win. 313
City bars Eisteddfod returning to the scene of its 2008 mudbath; Return for cultural festival ruled out by city's council leader. 615
Close knit helpers bring comfort to young trauma victims. 331
Clydach show their strength in big success. 645
Crusaders' heartbreak with Bosc's late show. 580
Dance as spectacle with plenty of daredevilry; As Brazilian dance powerhouse Deborah Colker prepares to visit Wales, Mike Smith reveals what audiences can expect. 391
Darling opposes plans for euro-wide cash guarantee; EU rushes to reach an agreement before money markets open today. 533
Deal edges closer as Cameron and Clegg teams talk. 285
Diniyar sends Pompey Russian out of Premier. 193
Divine intervention; LETTERS. 102
Earnie left to sweat on play-off reunion. 511
East round-up. 222
Election fever by text while the fiddling continued in Ireland. 489
England scare as Rooney limps out in United victory. 537
Erupting Iceland volcano causes more airports in the UK and Europe to close down. 299
Experts talk up the health benefits of enjoying an invigorating stroll in the country. 395
Failure to hit our cancer targets is a grim story; COMMENT. 484
Family rescued after yacht hits 'Titanic-style' iceberg; Family of four on round-the-world voyage shipwrecked in S Atlantic. 417
Farms still suffering Chernobyl restrictions; 1986 disaster fall-out still a hazard. 840
First female leader elected in Costa Rica; world newsbulletin. 110
Fourth beaver pair released into wild; uk newsbulletin. 117
Genetic codes to breast cancer risk identified. Disease/Disorder overview 440
German chancellor set to lose majority; world newsbulletin. 105
Get me to the summit on time. 497
Going up would change City forever, says Jones. 576
Hands down - they're a top folk act! Preview Show Of Hands The Globe, Cardiff. 352
Hartson backing check-up campaign. 311
Health watchdogs blame recruitment timetable for delay in getting fully staffed. 627
Higgins vows to refute cheating allegations. 389
Infection control nurse scoops award for keeping rates down; BREAKING HEALTH NEWS. 181
INSIDE. 153
It's game on as Whitts inches City closer to Wembley place. 1097
It's great fightback finale for the relegated Clarets. 465
It's pants but our civilised society may depend on an MP butting in; OPINION: that'stypical. 501
It's really easy to work out why a green alternative is a great way to keep yourself fit; Different type of 'gym' a success. 667
It's the third spot for Gunners. 309
Jevan and Jones spark Pontymister to continue their fine start. 272
Keogh KO's bid for play-offs; Leinster Edinburgh 37 28. 281
KP has earned reward as England eye those semis. 629
Latvala in control in New Zealand; SPORTS SHORTS. 119
Leading researchers given medical Fellow honours; BREAKING HEALTH NEWS. 229
Little bit of magic by Whittingham has the Foxes on the run in battle for Wembley. 1076
Loan star Klasnic proves his worth to Bolton. 185
Maesteg too steep a hill for Kenfig to climb. 372
Mallinder and his men are on a big revenge mission. 569
Mike plays game of Catt and mouse with star man Hook. 671
Morning Serial; The Songbird is Singing. 423
New Zealand follows Wales' innovative lead; Geraint Martin left his job in the Welsh Assembly Government to head one of New Zealand's largest health boards. Speaking as a new patient safety campaign is launched in Wales, he told Health Editor Madeleine Brindley why the Welsh 1,000 Lives campaign is making a difference to patients half a world away. 861
No games as stars hit the red carpet for film premier. 250
No time to bask in cup glory as busy Llanelli look to play-offs. 752
Now its down to Ospreys magic. 233
Nurses worldwide download pounds 1 app designed inWales; Life-saving software instantly does calculations for intravenous drips. 617
O'Gara puts boot into Blues play-off challenge as they come up short. 992
O'Neill's men are Dunne in by on-a-roll Blackburn. 205
Opt-out organ donation could come in before election. 204
Partners to count on maths modelling for better health; Universities working together on project. 526
Pearson rallying his troops for a second-leg surge. 577
Pick of the day. 174
Pilot rescued after crashing into car; uk newsbulletin. 115
Plaid talks? That's rubbish, claims Labour. 446
Premier solution for City. 332
Prudential pacifies the FSA. 283
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 134
Rees in victory romp as Glamorgan strike. 626
Reid so happy at her success. 388
Reopening rail routes; LETTERS. 293
Ridsdale salutes former club Leeds. 408
Roll Deep top charts. 191
Romance on the ropes for Calzaghe. 169
Sainsbury's looking beyond food to feed growth in sales; Blue-chips in a tight spot with investors. 679
Scorps thunder to huge victory; Gateshead Scorpions 8 50. 379
Shaun and Adam stake their World Cup claims. 172
Shining light on our public services; LETTERS. 585
Skipper Bradley stars in victory. 357
Sparkling Sefton leads the way as Carew storm to the top of the table. 341
Steelmaker Tata to launch pounds 60m emissions control at Port Talbot. 184
Stop these protests; LETTERS. 136
Sutherland on show; LETTERS. 200
Swede Fredrik stutters to victory in the Italian Open. 436
Taxpayers to be kept in dark over how much public cash is spent on North-South air link; Volcanic ash means public money could be paying for empty seats. 679
There's no place like the final four for Dorothy hopeful Sophie. 355
This is start of glory trail - Carlo. 424
Three Men in a Boat as a one-man show is a Likely story but the jokes keep sailing on; Former Likely Lad Rodney Bewes is touring Wales with his one-man show. Abbie Wightwick catches up with him. 977
Ton for O'Shea, tons of sympathy for Iain. 595
Tories and the Lib Dems move closer to deal to give Cameron keys to No 10; Brown holds talks with Clegg in Foreign Office 'to be updated". 1084
Trebanos are toast as Abercarn coast to convincing win. 247
Tregoning upbeat on Rumoush Oaks bid. 213
Tributes to Alan Watkins, journalist. 381
Two arrested after attack victim dies in hospital. 160
Two Rolling Stones on drugs charges; How we covered...: RETRO REPORT. 268
US missiles kill 10 on Afghan border; world newsbulletin. 106
We can repeat this success across Wales; THE PROFESSIONALS. 674
We owe it to health professionals to make the most of Whitehall funding; Peter Black , Welsh Liberal Democrat health spokesman, explains why the post-election focus in Wales is now on the new government's economic policies. 666
We're out of the acute period but we still have trauma cases as a result of the earthquake; As a team of surgeons and anaesthetists from Swansea this week fly out to Haiti, Health Editor Madeleine Brindley spoke to Welsh locum GP John Pratt who has been working in the devastated country since February. 1013
Welsh Guards march in historic Victory Day parade in Moscow; Battalion joins troops from US and France for first time since 1945. 587
Welsh party members hesitantly accept a Tory-Lib Dem deal is likely; We don't like it but it's better than Brown, says MP. 1082
West round-up. 200
White hot Cameron hits top form in Aussie victory. 237
Who's to say the Doctor was ever suitable for children? 582
Wiggins not in the pink after crash. 307
Wolves end on a high note; Wolves Sunderland 2 1. 127
Woods quits for first time with injury. 413
Youzhny edges to Munich crown; SPORTS SHORTS. 112

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