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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (April 2, 2011)

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'His love for his family, his friends, his cobs and his country was infectious. It was a delight to be in the Assembly alongside Brynle' WARM TRIBUTES PAID TO FORMER AM AND FUEL PROTESTER. 789
'I'm mad about this and if I have to get hold of copies and head home to flog them myself, I will' STAR OF TV ADS' FRUSTRATION OVER ALBUM'S AVAILABILITY. 572
'Just so long as I'm not expected to chant Sieg Heil'. 425
'We had to clear debris away, so we could see if it was a body' RETIRED DETECTIVE TELLS OF FINDING CHARRED REMAINS IN GUTTED MANOR HOUSE. 668
2.30pm MEMORIAL GROUND GlamWands v [...]. 178
2.30pm RODNEY PARADE Newport v [...]. 184
2.30pm TALBOT ATHLETIC Aberavon v [...]. 167
A dog's life in Norway; Norway's frozen landscape is the perfect place to try dog-sledding, cross-country skiing or snow-shoeing. Joe Sinclair enjoys a winter holiday with a difference. 1255
Adviser jailed for stealing pounds 200k from his client. 339
Amy Wadge is back touring - just weeks after she's given birth; & ARTS ENTERTAINMENT Amy Wadge has teamed up with fellow singer-songwriter Pete Riley for a major tour - just six months after the birth of her second daughter. But she tells Karen Price why it was so important for her to get back out on the road. 756
Anatomy of a garden; From sweet shop planting to west meets east, the Royal Horticultural Society Show Cardiff returns next weekend with an extravaganza of imaginative gardens. The designers who dreamed up this year's show gardens share their vision with Alison Young. 3847
Ancelotti turns up heat on rivals. 169
ARMS PARK Cardiff v Llandovery. 186
AUTHOR'S NOTES; Swansea philosopher and author Gareth Southwell wonders if his latest book will get him in the Yellow Pages. 865
BABOONS WITH BILL BAILEY ITV1 Wales, Friday, 8pm. 152
Bale and Gallas are big doubts for Real clash. 198
Bangor's title hopes hit by defeat. 183
Banks - too big to fail, too stupid to succeed. 344
Big tax bill threat to Rangers future. 192
BOOKS. 500
BRAINTEASERS. 378
Brave bystanders stop knife attack on girl, 14. 706
BYW YN YR ARDD S4C, Dydd Mercher, 8.25pm. 258
CANDY CABS BBC One Wales, Tuesday, 9pm. 156
Carmarthen Toy and Train Sale. 106
CEGIN COFI S4C, Dydd Mercher, 9pm. 117
Chatsworth House and The Peak District. 223
Children's well-being; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 251
Chinese enamel close to perfection. 361
CITY MARKET REPORT. 420
City taxi driver cleared of false imprisonment. 404
CLICK ON WalesOnline.co.uk. 183
contents. 185
Cost of police cuts; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 153
coverlines. 533
Creating heroes we love - and villains we love to hate and hate to love; WHAT MAKES INSPIRING AND REPULSIVE CHARACTERS? 1380
Czekaj planning to keep heat on Byrne for the Wales full-back jersey. 626
David Pountney appointed artistic director of Welsh National Opera. 407
Davies feels Saints still have some work to do in big title race. 347
Defective hip replacement products; ADVERTISING FEATURE. 339
Derby snub by Ospreys leaves Phillips in rugby limbo over his future; LIONS NO.9 HAS SUFFERED A SUDDEN FALL FROM GRACE. 461
Devolve energy; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 136
Dhoni put his faith in star Tendulkar for India's final mission. 317
DIGITAL; We've scoured the digital and satellite channels to pick five unmissable shows. 750
Diplomacy must now take over from military action in Libya; Western Mail. 461
DIY NEWS. 430
Doing a new role Justice; A 'one-stop-shop' community crime centre is the focus of a BBC afternoon drama. Welsh actor Robert Pugh plays the man in charge and talks to Karen Price about discipline and daytime TV. 1270
DON'T MIND YOUR Qs Ps & TAKE ONE; Money matters with Nest Williams as she aims to help us all save cash in a new S4C series. 511
Downing plays down rift with Houllier. 226
Election agent on 40 child porn charges held. 158
Exclusive address releases new homes; A chance to live in historic surroundings with new spacious designer apartments. 328
EXERCISE OF THE WEEK; with Sport Wales. 249
Festive lunch on the Northern Belle by Orient Express. 205
Ffion accused quizzed in dock. 239
Fighters attack leader's Abidjan palace. 292
Fireworks fly in Katy's live explosion of colour and pop. Concert review 208
Firms 'missing out on sustainability'. 165
FOOD & DRINK. 458
Forgotten man Adam keen to jog Glamorgan memories with MCCU. 678
FRIDAY. 288
From idol of the establishment to dying a hero of exploited workers. 2826
Gardening on a budget; In the wake of the Budget and the ever-increasing cost of living, Hannah Stephenson looks at ways we can tighten our belts in the garden. 500
Gary Mavers plays Joe Gateacre. 341
Get stripping; Steam your way to smooth, paper-free walls. Julia Gray offers her top tips for stripping wallpaper. The task is often hard work, but it needn't be a chore. 343
Gillian Kearney plays Louise Scanlon. 483
GOING UP SUGAR PUFFS [...]. 184
Guess who's coming to supper ? Eating in restaurants is so pass - the new breed of discerning diners are flocking to the dining rooms of strangers. But as the Channel 4 series The Secret Supper Club explores, the people and places help to make food the star of the show. Kirstie McCrum pulls up a chair. 789
Gwneud llanast o bethau wrth daclo'r jyngl; BETHANLLOYD. 387
Hague in 'race card' row; RETRO REPORT APRIL 2001 - How we covered... 265
Hammers trip is big one for United treble hopes - Fergie. 673
Happiness is time with a pet. 117
Harpist Catrin Finch welcomes spring with Sinfonia Cymru tour. 312
HEALTH SOS Look after yourself and others, with St John Wales. 263
Henson could make a surprise Wales return against Baa-Baas. 777
HEROIC MOVIE QUOTES. 154
Higgins toasting Murphy after exit in China. 382
High hopes for Evans in his Brocklesby bid. 270
Highgrove Gardens. 174
Homing in on a green future. 275
How to get ahead; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 161
How to repair a ceiling; YOU CAN DO IT with Property Solutions. 524
I thought those odd cadences were how all kings spoke. 486
Ideas wanted on saving our chapels; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 193
Independent thinkers we may be, but a majority believeWales will never get to go its own way; BUT THERE ARE DIFFERENCES ACROSS CLASS AND REGION. 1785
Injecting Hamlet with Northern grit; PREVIEW: Hamlet, Aberystwyth Arts Centre. 305
It's a great start for Hamza. 328
Jersey from Cardiff and Bristol Airport. 210
John Lewis sales fall in 'tough week'. 204
Johnson rallies Blues. 146
Ken Hom's complete package. 1014
Lack of prime office space keeps rents high in capital; BUT BARGAINS CAN BE HAD, AS LANDLORDS FEAR RATES BILL. 652
LAMBING LIVE BBC Two Wales, Monday, 8.30pm. 161
Little sleepy heads; WM interiors editor Rin Simpson looks at the latest must-have interiors buys for the smallest members of the family. 418
LLE AETH PAWB?: JONI JONES S4C, Dydd Iau, 9pm AUR: JONI JONES Dydd Llun i Ddydd Iau am 6.25pm. 105
London's early, but we'll still get there first. 956
LONG-HAUL THAILAND: Thomson Tailormade [...]. 354
LOUIS THEROUX: AMERICA'S MOST HATED FAMILY IN CRISIS BBC Two Wales, tomorrow, 9pm. 172
Luke's looking forward to Dragons delivering on and off the pitch. 854
Make Room for the Jester [...]. 456
Make your mum's day with the help of Leekes; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 310
MANIFESTO 'ROW' DISMISSED. 139
Mansion brings history back home. 541
Marks & Spencer crosses Channel again in return to France. 364
Massa accuses Button of ignoring the rules after their on-track feud. 355
Masseuse aims her feet at Olympics. 196
Mick fears Jarvis lure. 146
Millennium Centre vows to flourish after funding switch; ARTS COUNCIL OF WALES TO TAKE OVER RESPONSIBILITY FROM WAG. 620
mindmatters; ALEDBLAKE. 523
Mini-boom runs out of steam as orders slow; PURCHASING MANAGERS' INDEX A BLOW TO EXPANSION HOPES. 508
MONDAY. 356
MORNINGSERIAL. 374
MY TELLY. 597
My week. 186
MYHEALTH; LOUISE WEBSTER, 41, LIVES IN CEREDIGION. SHE IS THE SUPPORTED HOUSING MANAGER AT HOUSING ASSOCIATION CYMDEITHAS TAI CANTREF, BASED IN NEWCASTLE EMLYN. 300
New striker Priskin is ready to dine out on second helpings after being reunited with Swansea boss; THE CHAMPIONSHIP Players can feel the faith and the confidence Rodgers has in them - TAMAS PRISKIN TAMAS BANKING ON RODGERS TO GET THE BEST OUT OF HIM. 893
Newid bwyd a newid byd; Gareth Evans sy'n cael blas ar fenter newydd wrth gamu i mewn i wres Cegin Cofi CYMRAEG. 876
NICOLA WILKES. 588
Not a chance; & COMMENT DEBATE. 110
Nurse accused of letting client live with her; NURSE HAD RELATIONSHIP WITH REHAB CLIENT. 662
Off line; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 110
Outdoor art. 112
Paper seller 'wasn't posing a threat' UKBULLETINS. 105
Peterstone - Wentlooge. 114
Pond life. 624
pounds 159,950. 132
Preston on red alert for slick passing of Swansea. 330
Prince knows danger but it's his nuptials that make him tremble. 701
Putting world to rights over dinner. 751
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 144
Redknapp views Newport boss as 'young Mourinho' SPURS COACH TAKES OVER AT COUNTY WITH FUTURE PLEDGE. 605
Rees blasts ref after Scarlets bid for play-offs suffers a major blow. 686
Revealed: what the best-dressed businessmen in Wales must wear. 252
RHAGOLWG; y gorau o raglenni teledu cymraeg. 219
Rhys has time to see sights after trophy charge. 546
Rivals facing up to big derby hype with the season really on the line; MAGNERS LEAGUE The Western Mail - official media partners to the Magners League OSPREYS AND BLUES BOTH FACE MUST-WIN SHOWDOWN. 807
Rob makes an impression to fool Ken Bruce listeners. 187
Sarah starts single-handed round-the-world trek. 188
SARDIS ROAD Pontypridd v Swansea. 191
SATURDAY. 317
Saunders putting his faith in his old hands in quest for place in play-offs. 466
SECONDGLANCE. 441
Setting the RHS Cardiff stage. 545
Sherman could pluck Plum award; ARTS newsbulletin. 112
Silver lining rewards could strike gold. 329
Sleep good feel good; Lack of sleep can seriously affect your health and make your life a misery. Abbie Wightwick asks, how can we all sleep better? 1085
SOAPS; A sneaky glimpse at what's happening to your favourite fictional families this week. 1035
Solicitor guilty of assaulting daughter's teenage friends. 276
spotlight on... 316
spotlight on... Cherie Blair. 305
spotlight on... Emily Symons. 256
spotlight on... Hugh Grant. 299
spotlight on... Matthew Modine. 244
spotlight on...David Dimbleby. 240
spotlight on...Liam Gallagher. 270
Student who 'hated sun' loses skin cancer fight; FAMILY OF 21-YEAR-OLD PAY TRIBUTE TO HER BRAVERY. 642
Summerhouses provide a delightful seasonal refuge. 582
SUNDAY. 280
Swansea second city in UK for new businesses. 334
TAKE TWO; X Factor reject Mary Byrne has swapped her Tesco uniform for glam frocks as she lives her dream. 491
THE CHARTS. 188
THE GNOLL Neath v Llanelli. 185
The Property Doctor. 737
The Queen blows in to visit the RAF base where Wills is 'one of the boys' PRINCE GIVES HIS PARENTS A TOUR OF HIS WORK PLACE. 1338
The value of design; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 167
There will be no deals with Libya regime: PM. 529
THEY SAID WHAT? 179
This is no grudge match for Dalglish. 193
Thousands in Syria march for freedom; WORLDBULLETINS. 106
THURSDAY. 296
Top talk. 431
Trefn wallgo sy'n cosbi Cymry ddwywaith; LEFIGRUFFUDD. 340
TUESDAY. 289
Under pounds 600,000. 127
Uwic cuts agreed despite protests. 172
VILLAINOUS MOVIE QUOTES. 121
Wales needs private sector in the economic driving seat. 933
Wales should credit the Tories more - Cameron; LEADER TRUMPETS POLICY ON ELECTION VISIT TO S. WALES. 696
Wales will always be part of the UK, says our survey. 139
Warning by Charlton. 149
Waterfront - Cardiff Bay. 106
We have done so well - Jones. 368
We must rediscover early-season form and finish in style, insists McNaughton; THE CHAMPIONSHIP It's been fits and starts, a win here and there, but then defeats and too many draws - KEVIN McNAUGHTON. 950
WEDNESDAY. 323
Welsh archaeologists reveal how the Pharaohs went to the dogs to please the gods; ACADEMICS EXPLORE TOMB OF MUMMIFIED CANINES. 649
Wenger's protective arm around Jack. 165
WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK. 152
Why carrying the mace made me smile. 245
WM WELLBEING. 209
women'sown; LYNNEBARRETT-LEE. 558
Y GWALCH, YR INC A'R BOCYS - GWASG CARREG GWALCH 1980-2010, Myrddin ap Dafydd, Gwasg Carreg Gwalch, pounds 4.75. 269
YOUR STARS. 635

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