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

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'Innovation will serve us better than indignation'. 628
'This year's been good to us. The recession has brought benefits' COMPANIES OPTIMISTIC IN FACE OF TOUGH TIMES. 672
'Vice lord' loses sentence appeal. 253
'We don't need cuts here - we need work' In Ebbw Vale, a once-proud community faces the same problems as the residents of Rhyl, Chris Cousens reports. 397
'What has Wales done wrong?'. 322
500,000 public sector jobs to go in pounds 83bn spending cuts; ALEXANDER'S DRAFT SLIP-UP REVEALS ONE IN 10 AT RISK. 949
A furious Ferguson is accusing unsettled Rooney of disrespect; STAR STRIKER WANTS TO LEAVE OLD TRAFFORD. 885
A RARE PHENOMENON; Stuart Cable will be remembered as a musician whose exuberant personality defined his appeal, writes Nathan Bevan. 390
Airborne pollution; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 204
An eye on business; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 225
Atlantic College commissions condition checks on property. 463
Awards ceremony salutes leaders in public relations. 300
BA ready to take on a strike at Christmas; 'WE SHOULD HAVE DEALT WITH ISSUES 10 YEARS AGO'. 476
Banks set to avoid pounds 19bn tax, says TUC. 218
Belle makes a late strike. 151
Bluebirds boss Gethin hits back after WRU's big 'spy in the camp' blast at him. 842
Bomb victim's tribute to life-saving officer. 559
Booming Whitbread to expand Premier Inn. 227
Building firms face more pain from cuts. 221
Chelsea boss Ancelotti praises his hitmen in Moscow. 352
Children 'more likely to get food allergy if conceived in spring' BUT EXPERTS SAY THAT NEW RESEARCH IS INCONCLUSIVE. 683
Christmas travellers to face rail-work disruption; DIVERSIONS COULD ADD 90 MINUTES TO SOME JOURNEYS. 514
City region idea is one to go for; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 173
City social services scrutiny ends after improvements; SUPERVISION OF SWANSEA COUNCIL COMES TO AN END. 622
Confidence has waned but Bellway ups dividend. 342
Council to decide on secondary school proposals. 306
Creative media initiative. 140
Cuts will hurt, but they offer the chance to make a huge difference; Western Mail. 461
Czekaj with point to prove after Gatland autumn snub; BLUES' 'MRVERSATILE' FORCED TO WAIT FOR TEST CHANCE. 745
Expert says cuts could be worse. 354
Fab form from City slicker Bothroyd at Ricoh; CHAMPIONSHIP: BLUEBIRDS STRIKER IN LATE SHOW TO CLOSE GAP ON QPR. 1049
First female leader for engineers' institution. 187
Footsie in the red as investor nerves grow; CITY MARKET REPORT. Financial report 463
Forecasters warn deficit 'will not shrink as quickly as expected'. 248
Freshwater blames its moves to delist from Aim on City negativity. 777
Gatland tells Hook to have French leave in a contract. 588
Gay Saudi prince faces life in jail after sadistically killing servant. 550
Grim days for Wales; pounds 14bnSTATHANPLANSCRAPPED 1IN10PUBLIC SECTORJOBSATRISK BBC MUST PAY FOR S4C. 350
Helping Wales take the lead in green building; Robert Llewellyn Jones talks to architect Carolyn Merrifield about the sustainability agenda and the outlook for her firm, Holder Mathias. 1422
Homer Simpson 'is not Catholic' WORLDBULLETINS. 109
Hub-based accountancy is named HSBC's start-up star. 431
Hyder 'is the best performing listed firm'. 200
Investors can breathe a sigh of relief as recovery in dividends widespread. 380
Job opportunities 'virtually non-existent' in this Welsh town suffering from decades of decline; WALES UNDER SCRUTINY: When the Government announces cuts to welfare payments today, the areas that stand to lose the most are those that have the least. Darren Devine profiles the deprived community of Rhyl West - the area of Wales most dependent on support from Westminster. 1269
Law firm founder joins Loosemores. 310
Lib Dem leader wants alliance on AV vote campaign. 234
Life in the sixth form at the Haberdashers' Monmouth schools; ADVERTISING FEATURE. 205
Locked out before they are locked up; WEDNESDAY ESSAY: A report by the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists this week highlights the link between youth offending and a lack of speech therapy. Policy officer Alison Stroud says it is a problem prison will never solve. 884
Look out, Champagne - West Wales is coming; Could West Wales become the new Champagne? Sion Morgan follows one man's dream to create a home for a Welsh bubbly with worldwide appeal. 901
Making BBC fund S4C 'puts independent TV firms at risk' BIG CUTS TO WELSH CHANNEL BUDGET ALL BUT INEVITABLE. 790
Marketers deserve a place at the top table. 644
Mel was one of Wales' best ever defenders; STARS PAY TRIBUTE TO WORLD CUP QUARTER-FINAL HERO. 587
MGB hires senior account manager. 234
Mixed news as factory orders falter but expectations rise; CBI REPORT SAYS COMPANIES HAVE HOPES OF RECOVERY. 578
More firms planning on partying this year; BUT NEARLY HALF WORRY ABOUT DRUNKEN BEHAVIOUR. 564
More industrial space becoming available in a 'difficult time' INCREASEIS THELARGEST INTHEUK, STUDYSHOWS. 633
MORNINGSERIAL; The Songbird is Singing. 392
Mortgage mistake challenges 'are won'. 286
Most bosses expect industrial action. 108
MUMSAYS. 456
Music of France showcased in concerts; PREVIEW: Contemporary Music Portraits, BBC Hoddinott Hall, Cardiff. 346
Myths about H&S; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 391
Norwich take a tumble in title race. 243
NZ coach Henry is standing up for Williams. 375
OFT warns consumers about 'loophole' to get debts written off. 274
On Song Gunners chime in with five goals to beat Ukrainians. 336
Peachy Pink wins House of Fraser distribution deal. 213
Ponting the right man for Australia - Warne. 370
Pope's visit a blessing for National Express revenues. 228
POS company is ringing the changes. 138
President of police chiefs' association airs concern over commissioner plans. 317
Prime city spot sells for pounds 3.34m. 119
Private sector should take up the challenge of the cuts in public spending; Business Editor Sion Barry on the challenges and opportunities for Wales plc coming out of today's comprehensive spending review. 934
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 141
Redknapp vows to go on the attack in San Siro. 379
Replacement account in the pipeline to fill Child Trust Fund gap. 411
RETRO REPORT; Asthma link to indoor pollution rejected. 262
Rocker Cable died after three-day drinking binge; DRUMMER CHOKEDON HISVOMIT, INQUESTTOLD. 732
Ryder Cup boosts Asbri. 117
Saracens make move on Henson as Gatland warns over English switch. 696
Shopping channel bow for Charlotte. 275
SME expert moves on. 133
Smoke alarms 'could have saved fire family' DETECTIVE AND HER TWO SONS DIED IN BLAZE AT THEIR HOME. 618
St Athan axing could plunge Wales into recession. 427
St Athan plans go as Tories are accused of turning backs onWales again; BUT TRAINING BASE MAY STILL GO AHEAD, SAYS GOVERNMENT. 846
STANSTED PASSENGERS BRING UP THE REAR ON INCOME LEVELS. 129
Student killer fails to have her conviction overturned. 290
Swansea pay the penalty as Cotterill fails to hit the spot against QPR; CHAMPIONSHIP. 961
Tackle Neets early; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 366
Taking account of global finance. 214
TENDER NOTICES. 295
THE BRIEFING. 363
The lottery of life - your birthplace could mean that you get five more years on Earth; SIGNIFICANT GAPBETWEEN DIFFERENT WELSHAREAS. 643
THEY SAID WHAT? 181
Thousands join rally and line up to lobby MPs. 359
Tidal technology could bring more benefits to Wales than a barrage; Far from being a disaster, the cancellation of the Severn barrage could open the door to better schemes, writes Chris Kelsey. 763
To carry the public, cutbacks and efficiency savings need to be smart; THE PASSPORT OFFICE EPISODE GIVES US CAUSE FOR DISQUIET. 844
Trust backing Sir Alex over Old Trafford dispute with Wayne. 201
Unlucky break for O'Regan. 155
Victorian hanky found in Swansea garage. 375
WAG attacked over consultants' bill; WALES newsbulletin. 101
Waitrose hires staff, but Bunzl feels pressure; CITY BULLETIN. 261
Wales and England diverge on property asking prices; ESTATE AGENTS WARN SELLERS LIKELY TO BE DISAPPOINTED. 453
Wales' marathon man Jones still the best of British - 25 years on from his Chicago masterclass; Twenty-five years ago Steve Jones set a British marathon best time which still stands today. PHIL BLANCHE speaks to the Welsh athletics legend and finds him saddened by that fact. 1447
Watchdog rejects claim ad condones bad behaviour. 257
We want democracy; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 266
Welsh architects to design Waitrose store development. 374
WELSHCOLUMN; Pam y dylai George Osborne a'i griw wylio 'Snowdonia 1890'. 580
Why learning to share could make 'substantial savings' in education; UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES 'MUST STREAMLINE SERVICES'. 482
Will Welsh economic policy learn from past mistakes? John Ball of Swansea University's School of Business and Economics on the inward investment versus indigenous business support debate. 884
Win an unforgettable WRU experience. 572
Workers relying on costly short loans. 163

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