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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (November 3, 2010)

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'Getting rid ofWales' old grant culture, while it is painful, should have a positive benefit overall' Sion Barry talks to Elizabeth Haywood on the impact of fiscal deficit on the Welsh economy and why electrification is vital for Wales plc. 2431
'I was afraid they were trying to take my daughter from me' WIDOW TELLS TRIAL SHE FORGED ADDITION TO WILL. 575
320 jobs under threat at DVLA offices. 271
A record for Acorn after it places 5,000 workers in a week; TEMPORARY JOB POSTINGS BRING IN MORE THAN pounds 2M FOR GROUP. 440
A third 'in dark' over pension details. 236
Admiral is insurance company of the year. 119
Americain stars for France in Australia. 163
Ancelotti ruling out a transfer window plunge. 254
And the fastest growing companies in Wales are... 25395
Are high-speed trains for Wales about to be shunted into a siding? WALESINMOTION WITH PROFESSOR STUART COLE. 606
Aviva update cheers investors. 307
Bale shines again as Spurs humble champs at the Lane. 698
Basic tasks 'cost businesses pounds 104bn a year'. 436
Beer & Partners named leading angel network. 357
Best footprint forward please. 577
Biotec Services role for Furnell. 252
BP back in profit despite cost of cleaning up Gulf oil spill; COMPANY 'ON TRACK FOR RECOVERY', SAYS CEO. 545
Bryn's summer celebration follows mansion restoration; OPERA STAR EXPECTED AT ABERGLASNEY CONCERT. 635
Burton and partner vie for Tom's ring. 239
Call for banks to be more responsive to the needs of construction sector; FIRMSSTILLGOINGOUTOF BUSINESSAFTERRECESSION. 503
Call for change in gun law as more details of Cumbria killings revealed. 814
Care homes suing council over 'underpayment of fees' FEARS FOR RESIDENTS AS OWNERS WARN OF CLOSURES. 687
Castleoak doubles development team with three appointments. 194
Cheapest option may not be best way to save money in construction; Milica Kitson, chief executive of Constructing Excellence in Wales, explains why she backs the Welsh Assembly Government for placing the emphasis on best value in construction and not just lowest price. 507
Coach's plan to get physical with key rival Pocock. 621
Crash pilots 'wouldn't have seen each other' REPORT INTO COLLISION THAT KILLED TWO TEENS. 598
Crisis-hit Crusaders face court order for winding-up. 609
England to stay quiet on sledging. 233
Expat Welshman hits out after being cleared of harassing pod of dolphins; YACHTSMAN 'FACED ABUSE' ON RETURN TO HARBOUR. 774
Failure to electrify 'damaging' - Haywood. 136
Fast Growth 50 companies represent the very best of Welsh business; Secretary of State for Wales Cheryl Gillian on supporting the entrepreneurial spirit. 433
Ferguson happy as his unsung heroes put Reds in pole position. 614
Fletcher Morgan's ninth win in a row. 342
Fox proves the chairman of the board; REVIEW: Chess, New Theatre, Cardiff. 366
Game-breaker Giteau taking his defensive work seriously as ever. 693
Gas and oil companies heat up the Footsie; CITYMARKETREPORT. 480
Gatland could raise a roof row. 383
Gillan hails SME 'boost'. 176
Give up this pretence; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 294
Gold rush as yellow metal continues to be safe haven; Limited supply and strong demand makes investing in gold a safe haven for investors says Richard Croydon, Wales divisional director of investment management specialists Brewin Dolphin. 767
Hook capture a 'fantastic coup' says Blues chief. 281
Hook speaks out on his big decision to leave Ospreys. 706
Hughes is back from the brink at Kempton. 348
Impact of cuts will hit us for decades, warns Carwyn. 196
James at the double as Neath hit the top. 364
Keep an open mind; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 361
Law firm links up with HR advisers to meet rise in demand. 457
Lessons on managing money should be compulsory - AMs. 645
Lloyds leaps ahead thanks to mortgages; BANK BOOSTED BY HIGHER PROFITS ON HOME LOANS. 609
Man relives horror of sons trapped in rubble. 670
Market uncertainty sees record numbers visit property website. 267
McCanns demand action not 'worthless words'. 520
Ministers to discuss future of S4C at industry forum. 420
Morgan Financial takes over M Wood. 228
MORNINGSERIAL. 389
MUMSAYS. 490
Murdered teenager witness appeal. 224
New air service to link Cardiff and Zurich. 350
New managing director for Peter's food service division. 260
One quarter of Welsh MPs face axe in shake-up, warns minister; 'GROSSLY OVER-REPRESENTED' NATION SET FOR DRAMATIC CUTS. 630
Options open as Nice loses powers. 250
Ospreys have themselves to blame as Hook follows Henson in flying out of the Liberty Stadium nest; WALES v AUSTRALIA: It's been crystal clear that his (Hook's) patience ran out some time ago - DELME PARFITT: After James Hook's decision to leave the Ospreys, Delme Parfitt argues that Wales' glamour region will come to regret their reluctance to play him at No 10. 1241
Pasta provided no recipe for success so why not used tyres? Robert Llewellyn Jones talks to Salvatore Erri a former winner of Wales Fast Growth 50 about his rise to the top. 624
Prime Cymru expands North Wales operation. 266
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 142
Redundancy payouts cost council pounds 10m. 265
Reminder of S4C's role in economy amid calls to action over its future; Deputy First Minister Ieuan Wyn Jones outlines the vital contribution of S4C to the Welsh economy, while outlines a homegrown solution for the channel's funding challenges. 1238
Rhodri's a celeb; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 300
Save the watchdog; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 221
Savers are losing pounds 12bn interest with low-rate accounts, Which? claims. 304
Scrapping school league tables 'has raised educational in equality' for Welsh children; ACADEMICS FIND DECLINE IN STANDARDS IN POOR AREAS. 1109
Screening checks contract for CBS. 252
Shadow MPC votes to keep interest rates at 0.5%. 566
Sharp rise in food prices as the higher cost of corn and wheat feeds through. 325
ShootingWales' film talent into wide focus; Wales is enjoying a film renaissance that has helped put the nation's talent on the world stage, according to industry leaders. Peter Law takes a look at the nation's flourishing movie scene. 759
Small firms are driving jobs in our poorest communities. 645
SMEs get ready to meet rise in demand. 434
Smokers look for cheaper brands. 209
Spending cuts 'to cost UK 1.6m jobs'. 324
Staffing is more than a numbers game for Fast Growth 50 winners. 566
Stage set for Scott to turn on that old magic for Swans; Lee Trundle's assessment of Swans star man Scott Sinclair. 823
TENDER NOTICES. 327
THE BRIEFING. 200
The difficult balancing act of successful businesses in Wales. 789
The human and social impact could be both devastating and wasteful ... the real cost could be with us for generations; CUTS BIGGEST CHALLENGE SINCE DEVOLUTION, WARNS CARWYN. 948
THEY SAID WHAT? 163
Third Ashes loss would end reign of Ponting - Vaughan. 398
Thomas backs campaign against prejudice. 388
Thousands of jobs lie in renewable energy; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 255
Time Labour MPs stopped leaping out of their seats and struck a deal; Western Mail. 456
Trainers A4e win Big Lottery Fund contract. 228
Two key additions made thanks to firm's growth. 339
US Federal Reserve set to launch 'QE2'. 235
Wales playing the weight-ing game in a bid to bring down dangerous Wallabies; WALES v AUSTRALIA: We've just got to be able to raise it in the last 20 in these autumn internationals - Alun Wyn Jones. 1074
Watch out now Craig has come to terms with life at the City; Dave Jones' big verdict on Bluebirds talisman Craig Bellamy. 563
Welsh castles lay siege to the title of UK's most romantic ruins. 239
WELSHCOLUMN. 585
Wenger taken aback by Wilshere's rapid progress. 254
Wessex acquires former dealership. 143
Who are the experts? YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 165
Who can small businesses bank on in a crisis? 833
World chorus of tributes to Shaw; RETRO REPORT NOVEMBER 1950 - How we covered... 281
Young Welsh designer seizes her chance to display her talent on hit reality show; EXPOSURE ON APPRENTICE IS A 'BIG BOOST FOR HER DESIGNS'. 1066
YOUR STARS. 599

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