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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (October 28, 2010)

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'Time for rugby to wake up and get to grips with injury problem'. 514
200 serious offences by criminals on licence. 223
A4e to tackle economic inactivity. 173
Adam fired up for big battle with the Wallabies pack; PROP SINGS PRAISES OF ALEXANDER AND ROBINSON. 579
Archdruid of Wales to be honoured by university. 367
AUNIVERSITYVIEW. 720
AUNIVERSITYVIEW. 573
Aussies speedster Bollinger set to return for Ashes showdown. 384
Award for sports scientists out to give athletes a competitive edge; SENSOR-BASED SYSTEMS PASS ON PERFORMANCE DATA. 521
BAA narrows losses after busy summer. 438
Bangor in hot water over cup debacle. 117
Beattie's back to full fitness and keen to prove his worth. 668
Big improver Rees the perfect fit as new skipper for Wales, says Gatland; COACH ADMITS HE WAS SPOILED FOR CHOICE TO REPLACE RYAN. 1001
Big-talking Harrison heading for a fall, says champ Haye. 588
Boy, 16, remanded on charge of murdering Rebecca. 215
Byrne has Boks aim for Wales comeback; Byrne aiming for Boks comeback. 419
Calls to relax airport security. 304
Carwyn's budget plea. 227
City demolition job sent out a big warning, says Burke. 658
CITYMARKETREPORT. 508
Clarke urged to go ahead with prison in the north. 297
Conference to promote skills training in Wales. Conference news 414
Construction firm fits like a glove for factory that wants to expand. 324
Crackdown on benefits 'will force thousands of poor out of homes' Benefits crackdown 'will force thousands of poor out of homes'. 972
DAD INSPIRES ALZHEIMER'S RESEARCHER. 388
Dairy farmers win a new ally with WI support; INSTITUTE ADDS VOICE TO CALL FOR BETTER DEAL. 676
Davies adds to Wales' woes as Gatland takes stock. 660
Death crash driver was on internet poker. 271
Death rates fall to their lowest recorded level. 488
Did rioters deliberately spare the chemist shop of a rugby legend? One of the iconic moments in Welsh industrial history has thrown up a mystery that has endured for 100 years. In the centenary year of the Tonypandy Riots, Claire Miller looks at the legend of one shop being spared by the protesting mob - because it was owned by a Welsh rugby hero. 898
Douglas 'strong enough' to win his cancer battle; HE DOOESN'T WANT SYMPATHY, SAYS WALL STREET CO-STAR. 619
Downing has that little bit extra to put battling Villa through to the fifth round. 218
Eleven questioned over gang shooting of teenager. 177
Engineering apprentices competing for a place in the UK WorldSkills team. 348
Even in tough times toy shops' dream list includes the expensive and hi-tech; RETAILERS REVEAL THE CHRISTMAS 'MUST-HAVES'. 740
Fastnet's Swansea to Cork ferry exceeds expectations; COMPANY HAILS 'FANTASTIC ACHIEVEMENT'. 573
FAW will take no action against Bothroyd after ref's verdict. 238
First-time buyers 'shut out 'of housing market. 286
Forces chief in Afghan warning. 348
Former Argentine President dies; WORLDBULLETINS. 102
Graduate on short list for student media award. 422
Heroine of Crimean War broke bad news to Welsh father; NIGHTINGALE LETTER GOES UNDER HAMMER. 557
Husband cleared of murdering his wife. 232
I never lied to the Liberty fans, insists Martinez, after his Wigan cup success. 276
I won't resign, says Jeremy Thorpe. 306
Incinerator too big; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 273
Is Vince Cable sounding last post for daily deliveries in rural areas? MINISTER SEEKS TO PRIVATISE THE BULK OF ROYAL MAIL. 899
It's a bit like childbirth for a woman - when it's gone you forget how bad it is... ALASTAIR CAMPBELL ON HIS BATTLE WITH DEPRESSION. 840
Johnson warns England facing big fight. 375
JPR warns rugby to 'wake up' to rise in injuries in modern game. 372
Judges almost double jail term for sex attacker; RULING MADE DAY BEFORE OFFENDER'S RELEASE DATE. 393
Language campaigners call for licence fee boycott over S4C cuts; PLANS TO ADOPT IT AS OFFICIAL POLICY TO BE DEBATED AT AGM. 443
Listen to IDS; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 446
Lock-out threat to 10,000 council staff. 291
Lottery winner hanged himself, inquest told. 343
Man City fans pay funeral tribute to Big Mal. 176
Managing diabetes; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 277
Maskreys puts a price of pounds 5.6m on its three stores and Cardiff depot; SELL-OFF PART OF CLOSURE OF FURNITURE COMPANY. 466
McCoy knows Drill for victory. 244
Monk suspension blow as Rodgers faces defence problem. 503
More action needed for river protection. 266
MORNINGSERIAL; The Songbird is Singing. 371
Movie's Darth Vader costume set to fetch pounds 230,000 at auction. 230
Names come and go but Jack marches on. 718
New chief for the Co-operative Centre. 180
Now it's up to the Assembly Government to rise to the spending review challenges; The cuts announced by the Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition Government at Westminster in last week's Comprehensive Spending Review may have been tough, says Nick Bourne - but it would have been worse under Labour. 700
NVQ assessor recognised as a heroine of the care sector. 496
Ourselves to blame? YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 111
Owen has warning for star Hernandez. 357
Owen is keen to take his Ospreys chance. 344
Parking? It takes 35 minutes to find a space here; PROBLEM IN WELSH TOWN 'BIGGEST IN THE UK'. 625
Pay settlements running below rate of inflation; MOST DEALS WORTH BETWEEN 2% AND 3%. 314
People living in rural Wales must not be sold short in mail sell-off; Western Mail. 454
Plenty of musical Joy left in Plant yet; REVIEW: Robert Plant, St David's Hall, Cardiff. 337
Politics, Twitter and TV add new words to the dictionary. Simples... OFFICIAL RECOGNITION FOR EXPANDING VOCABULARY. 686
Professor Rees to lead institute of social and economic research. 345
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 131
REALPOLITIK. 450
Recycling is 'too expensive'. 234
Redundancy leads to an exciting new career for Viv; ADVERTISING FEATURE. 1055
Reluctant Ospreys give the go-ahead for Gav's return. 602
Rules stopped firemen rescuing 7/7 victims. 447
Russian describes England cup bid as 'primitive'. 329
Scarlets' Thomas is keeping his Wales ambitions alive. 679
School celebrates outstanding results; ADVERTISING FEATURE. 228
Ships' collision caused by lack of respect for huge Welsh tides; MASSIVE VESSELS 'EXTENSIVELY DAMAGED 'AFTER BAY CRASH. 604
Sky sign up Brit ace Hunt for 2011. 220
Social worker fails in appeal over dismissal; OFFICIALPUTSEXATTACKERIN FAMILYWITHYOUNGCHILDREN. 564
Space technology maps out a future for wildlife; SATELLITE IMAGES CHART WALES' VARIED HABITATS. 630
Starlings putting on a display each night. 111
Station charge will subsidise free parking in Caerphilly; CRITICS SAY ONE SCHEME FOR SHOPPERS PAYS FOR ANOTHER. 765
Station nannies; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 168
Subs to the rescue for Grant. 192
THE BRIEFING. 294
THEY SAID WHAT? 159
Tsunami and volcano leave hundreds dead. 489
UK firms must offer employees pension schemes by 2012; UP TO 8M WILL BE BROUGHT INTO SAVING FOR FIRST TIME. 598
Walcott fires Gunners as Magpies' luck runs out. 530
Wales' population forecast to pass three million by end of this year; RISE DRIVEN BY MIGRATION FROM ENGLAND AND BY FEWER DYING. 949
We will keep trust with our forebears; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 371
Welsh ace Palling has the edge at Nottingham. 256
Worker accused of woman's murder; WALES newsbulletin. 111
Yorkshire Tory MP on Welsh Affairs Committee. 407
Your stars with Patrick Arundell. 678

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