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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (April 1, 2011)

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'Collaboration the way to protect police front line' NEW CHIEF CONSTABLE HIGHLIGHTS THE SHARING OF SOME SERVICES. 601
'I WAS TOLD I WAS JUST STRESSED FROM EXAMS'. 252
'I'm good at making a fool of myself' He failed in his bid to represent the UK in the Eurovision in real life and now actor Ben Barnes is not having much luck as a would-be rock star on the big screen either. He talks to Rob Driscoll about his failed music career, his admiration for Bono and the advice he received from Pete Postlethwaite. 1256
'It's become like a runaway train' TAXI FARE DISPUTE JUST SNOWBALLED, COURT TOLD. 647
'LOSING FAMILY LEGAL AID WILL BE A CRUEL BLOW'. 291
'With a top speed of 83mph, even Jeremy Clarkson couldn't complain' Rachael Misstear test drove the new Mitsubishi i-MiEV. 244
A company that never compromises on quality; ADVERTISING FEATURE. 401
A new chapter; Today marks a new dawn for literature in Wales as a new group is launched to spread the word. Karen Price speaks to the man behind it. 797
A night on the Nile; Cleopatra was famously brought to life on the big screen by the late Elizabeth Taylor. Now Northern Ballet is touring its version of the story. Artistic director and choreographer David Nixon and composer Claude-Michel Sch/nberg discuss their creation. 1129
A taste of the avant garde. 502
After over 100 years, Castell Coch panels reunited in Wales. 335
Amy finds her Manor from heaven meeting Spanish idol Sergio! 758
An inhuman desert; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 247
AV's silly claim; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 295
Bluebirds fans will hate me playing for Derby tomorrow, but I don't mind - ex-Wales ace Savage; ROBBIE'S READY TO RUN THE GAUNTLET OF STADIUM ABUSE. 959
Boss Bruce denies racism claims from defender Angeleri. 277
Bowe is ready for challenge as Ospreys aim to enjoy the big derby glory; PLAY-OFFS AT STAKE AS THE BIG WELSH RIVALS CLASH AT LIBERTY. 906
Business District could help city become a leading light. 625
Cardiff should get promotion, but my money would be on Swansea. They are more of a team unit. 503
Children as young as six suffering from eating disorders; CALL FOR ACTION AFTER EXTENT OF PROBLEM IN UNDER-13s REVEALED. 825
CITY MARKET REPORT. 393
Cockles aid pollution sleuths; RETRO REPORT April 2004 - How we covered... 270
Collins ready for Villa recall following his Wales Euro woe. 327
Concern at fall in number of Welsh pupils going on to university; SPIRALLING COSTS BLAMED FOR 'DISTURBING' DECLINE. 912
Council plugs into far cheaper electric pool cars. 243
culturevulture. 292
Dalgish is going to be patient with ace Carroll. 372
daveowens a sound reaction. 296
Davies has high hopes of defending Hassan title. 308
Decision time on future for Phillips. 241
dvddigest. 175
Elegant and eye-catching. 760
Ex-MP jailed over expenses; UKBULLETINS. 101
Eyes down (with goggles) for roulette. 196
familytime picks for kids. 157
Ffion accused assaulted a woman in 1984, jury told. 420
Filling in the Census; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 214
filmreviews. 394
Final Irish bank bail-out bill rises to pounds 60bn - half value of economy; 'ONE OF THE MOST COSTLY FINANCIAL CRISES IN HISTORY'. 615
fivelive on this week's to-do list. 276
Flaunting the flute; The world's finest flautists will gather in Wales this weekend for a major festival celebrating the instrument. Here, Adrian Hull, organiser of Arcomis: The Flute Event, reveals his plans. 1149
From London Welsh rugby club mic to Broadway... Alan, 69, lands New York role; MATCHDAY ANNOUNCER TO STAR IN A SHOW IN AMERICA. 671
Grandparents 'should have role in children's lives when parents split' REPORT RECOMMENDS COURTS RECOGNISE THE RELATIONSHIP. 741
GREEN LIGHT FOR ECO DRIVING. 557
Henson in debut for Toulon. 131
History Month is serving our nation; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 322
How ProAct makes a difference. 146
How the 'poor Irish' won their prominent place in Welsh society. 2662
In Sutherland's footsteps; Ian Jacob's new exhibition at Picton Castle pays tribute to the enduring influence of Graham Sutherland and offers a fresh new vision of the Pembrokeshire landscape. Jenny White speaks to him about Pembrokeshire's magical allure for artists. 859
Ivory Coast rebels besiege main city. 312
Japan asks world for nuclear help; WORLDBULLETINS. 112
Jobs to go as Yell closes call centre. 192
Judge's ruling 'a clear breach' of human rights; ACCUSED SOLICITOR FAILS TO HAVE CASE STOPPED FOR REVIEW. 621
karenprice inside track. 380
Leigh gunning for his Ospreys pals in Blues mission. 716
Less support for victims of crime in spending cuts. 484
Libyan defector to face Lockerbie questions. 757
Locksmith says key does link Cooper to killings. 303
LUXURIOUS LOOKS HIDE AN ECO HEART. 258
Martinez confident Wigan will stage escape. 367
McLeish demands a bit more Carling Cup spirit. 366
Mistress of mirth; As the search begins for Wales' next up-and-coming stand-up comic, Taylor Glenn, who won last year's Cardiff Comed Festival prize, tells Karen Price why she almost spurned a career on the circuit. 1369
More borrowers failing to pay mortgage bills; RISE COULD ACCELERATE IF INTEREST RATES INCREASE. 473
MORNINGSERIAL. 388
Mother escapes threat of hanging; WALES newsbulletin. 161
Mothercare struggling on the high street but doing better abroad. 453
Need for green sKills; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 137
NEW JAZZ CALLS THE TUNE. 1140
New system to warn bathers when sewage has been spilled; CLEAN BEACH PILOT PROJECT WELCOMED BY SURFER GROUP. 589
Newborn died after midwives reassured parents; INQUEST TOLD CATCHMENT AREA RULES PLAYED PART. 662
onshow exhibitions. 1323
Opponents clash over invitation to debate voting system changes; WE WEREN'T ASKED - YES GROUP. 542
Pensioners and teens to lose free entry to heritage sites; POLICY STARTED IN 2008 FAILED TO DRAW LOW-INCOME FAMILIES. 541
Petersen looking to solve problem. 347
Pickoftheday. 174
Plaid-led council accused of promoting party candidates. 150
Police support cheers axe victim's family. 256
Porsche pumps up the power. 215
Prince is on course for Aintree glory tilt. 242
Prison officers' anger at private jails plan. 315
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 118
Rage against the dying of the light? A load of rubbish. 768
Red-hot Ryan at double. 352
Redknapp sweats on Bale after being hit by injury crisis. 347
Rees ready for 'dogfight' in Scarlets bid to gain revenge. 856
Rhys confident he can lift his form with big return to his scene of glory. 1002
Ridsdale hits back at Bates over the blame for Leeds downfall. 267
Rodgers fired up to emulate Tosh and his men on the road to Swans dream of Premiership glory; BOSS TAKES ON BOARD CLUB'S PROUD HISTORY FOR FINAL PUSH. 1086
Salford a move too far for BBC's Sian. 248
Sarah's Law to give greater protection from paedophiles takes effect today; PUBLIC DISCLOSURE SCHEME FOLLOWS SUCCESSFUL PILOT. 1643
Scots to hold performance review. 445
September start for Magners. 204
Sportage is quiet and comfortable. 670
Stylish Megane has the 'edge'. 551
SUZUKI'S BETTER BUILD AND LOOKS EARNS SWIFT SALES; Malcolm Robertshaw. 530
SYRIA'S ASSAD HOLDS FIRM. 158
T.B.C. 521
Tata centre to test green construction technologies. 350
TECHNICAL WIZARD THAT OOZES CHARM; Patrick James. 604
Teenage target helps police over girl's shooting. 486
theguide 7 days of things to do near you. 1949
THEY SAID WHAT? 190
Top-level appointments boost Microvisk's product launch. 604
Tories 'love bombing Plaid' to form coalition; STAGGERING ARROGANCE, SAYS LABOUR ABOUT 'TITTLE-TATTLE'. 520
Tovey getting his kicks off to a tee by going back to square one. 716
Trio offer a truly titillating experience! PREVIEW: Busting Out!, Various venues. 350
Two Nons? & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 112
UK debut for Bentley record-breaker. 230
University slated for planned cuts while head receives pounds 226k a year; ANGER AT UWIC PLAN TO AXE HISTORY AND POLITICS JOBS. 676
Welsh for all; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 174
Welsh politicians' agent charged over child porn. 290
Welshman Knill to take over the Iron. 197
Western Mail; Sarah's Law will help Wales build a safe and just society. 449
Your Stars. 616

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