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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (June 10, 2011)

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'BEST-LOOKING FAMILY CAR ON THE MARKET'. 577
'I've done it on my terms' Just months after giving birth, Samantha Morton had to film some of the most emotional scenes of her career. Rob Driscoll asks her about The Messenger. 1280
'Making friends was as lovely as winning' As 20 young hopefuls gather in Wales for one of the world's most important singing contests, the last winner of BBC Cardiff Singer of the World tells Mike Smith how it's enhanced her career. 967
'Our mission statement is to be the most customer-focused retailer'. 569
'There were no roads, the inhabitants spoke no English and it rained non-stop'. 717
A beauty and a beast. 506
A road map to get to European cash. 145
Actions of police who broke pensioner's car window were 'justified' DRIVER WAS STOPPED FOR NOT WEARING A SEATBELT. 681
ALMOST a year ago [...]. 338
AMs under oath? & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 117
An archaic attitude; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 290
An unlikely duo When comic Howard Read started; When comic Howard Read started messing about with animation, he never thought it would end up as the focal point of his stand-up routine. However, as the comedian tells Dave Owens, it was the best move he ever made. 1048
Angry residents 'already praying for the return of traffic wardens' SEASIDE TOWN PARKING CHAOS AFTER SERVICE WITHDRAWAL. 576
Baugh swaps Blues for the red of Wales. 413
Bluebirds ace Chopra 'keen' on pounds 1.5m move to Tractor Boys. 541
Boomerang acquires meerkat film maker. 490
Boulden storms through. 140
Boy 'saw methadone given to baby'. 279
Britain alone in cup withdrawal; SPORT SHORTS newsbulletin. 128
Cardiff face Malky fight. 107
Cheaper bills pledge after pounds 70m Welsh Water profit. 519
CITROEN SHOWS OFF ITS NEW PREMIUM HATCH. 266
CITYMARKETREPORT. 533
CLICK ON WalesOnline.co.uk. 216
CLIO IS ONE HOT HATCH. 216
Compass points the way for Jeep. 675
Crouch is staying with Spurs, says boss Redknapp. 280
Crowds in tribute to killed troops. 170
Culture, environment and roads hardest hit by cuts. 602
culturevulture. 169
Curtains up for Welsh college's magnificent new building; pounds 22.5M PROJECT OFFERS WORLD-CLASS FACILITIES. 1000
Deep Welsh secrets... & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 201
Dinsdale recovers from PGA. 183
Doctor criticises proposals for extended surgery hours; SATURDAY OPENING 'COULD SPARK AN EXODUS OF GPS'. 593
Driest spring for 20 years sparks drought alert; PARTS OF WALES AND ENGLAND 'GIVE GROUNDS FOR CONCERN'. 567
dvddigest. 206
Ecclestone under fire over Bahrain fiasco. 470
England duo will keep their focus - Pearce. 265
ENJOY A SMOOTH RIDE WITH SINCLAIR VOLKSWAGEN. 354
Enoch takes route 66 to runner-up spot in the St Andrews Links. 741
familytime picks for kids. 179
Farmers urged to help protect birds. 290
filmreviews. Movie review 379
fivelive; on this week's to-do list. 283
Fixed mortgage rates fall as lenders pass on reductions. 262
Furious backlash after Rowan attacks reforms; AS Government supporters reacted angrily to criticism from the Archbishop of Canterbury yesterday, David Williamson sought the verdicts, on this page and opposite, of influential figures around Wales on Dr Rowan Williams' comments and, below, he reports on the controversy. 1903
Gatland prepares stars for 'boot camp' pain; Gatland's 'boot camp' warning to Wales stars. 878
Get two Sunday papers for pounds 1.20. 205
Getting inspired; Two friends are launching their debut collection of screen prints which aim to inspire people as well as provide them with affordable art for their walls. Karen Price checks out the work. 665
Go now, Ieuan told by senior party figures. 131
Grieving dad sues careless driver over girl's death; COURT DISPUTE ON WHETHER FATHER SUFFERS PTSD. 640
Hope Springs eternal for jetset James as Noren drives off with Saab Wales Open. 1510
I told her: 'You're going to have to leave him' DAUGHTER TELLS COURT OF FINAL MOMENTS WITH MOTHER. 597
i20 enjoys Comfort and joy. 805
IMPRESSIVE INSIGNIA BEARS THE SIGNS OF QUALITY AND STYLE. 436
Interest rates to stay at record low of 0.5%; LIKELY DATE FOR RISE NOW THOUGHT TO BE NOVEMBER. 757
It's Newbury glory for Godolphin's ace Rumh. 245
Jailed chest consultant faces being struck off. 227
Jenkins looking to buy not sell as club gears up for the Premier challenge; CHRIS WATHAN finds out from Swans chairman Huw Jenkins that the Liberty club are looking to boost their squad for the top flight. 1152
Jobs hopes soar as BMW says new Mini to be made in UK. 518
Juices 'too high in sugar' to be in your five-a-day count; DISPUTE OVER HEALTH BENEFITS OF FRUIT DRINKS. 783
Khan confirms his Judah duel; SPORT SHORTS newsbulletin. 182
KP set to take on Dragons in big T20 clash at Oval. 601
M&S rejigs executive pay to avoid AGM clash. 377
Martintez will stay - Whelan. 461
Meet the people who inspire Wales and the world beyond; WELSH AT WORK. 1291
MERIVA'S MIRACLE DOORS MAKE LIFE EASIER; ALISTAIR COULL AND VAL JESSOP. 632
More than 5,800 patients waiting longer than 36 weeks. 180
MORNINGSERIAL. 421
Morrison's avoids pay package revolt. 267
Murray battles into last eight; SPORT SHORTS newsbulletin. 185
Nude icons painter Hussain dies; WORLDBULLETINS. 113
onshow exhibitions. 1395
Passat raises bar for fuel efficiency. 277
Peugeot's family guy. 657
Pick Cardiff ahead of Celtic, big John tells Bellamy. 514
PICK OF THE DAY. 180
Police to probe new hacking claims. 234
Praise be to Rowan for giving the Church a say on the UK's future; Western Mail. 460
Pressure grows on Ieuan to go now and leave way open for a new coalition; CASE FOR QUICK DEPARTURE COMPELLING, SAYS DAFIS. 1181
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 135
Rapide's production to move to Britain. 212
Retrial of Karen Skipper murder accused begins; COURT TOLD OF DNA MATCH TO BLOOD ON VICTIM'S CLOTHES. 606
RETRO REPORT; JUNE 10, 1996 - How we covered... Belief survey discredited church. 272
Rhys sees the birdie for an Italian lift. 350
Ruling the world; The countdown is on until the latest Take That show, complete with Robbie Williams, arrives in Wales. Karen Price looks at what we can expect from the boys who are already renowned for being kings of the stadium. 783
SAFETY AND STYLE COME AS STANDARD WITH CLASSY COUPE. 425
Search on to find the next Dylan Thomas in city's primary schools. 405
Sir Terry hails Celtic Manor's big Ryder Cup boom despite economic gloom. 1114
SOUL THROBS TO A FRESH BEAT. 259
Swans hope to go bigger; Liberty capacity could be increased. 489
T.B.C. 472
The Baccalaureate has to earn respect; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 523
THE BRIEFING. 341
The running order for BBC Cardiff Singer of the World 2011. 382
theguide; 7 days of things to do near you. 1321
THEY SAID WHAT? 164
Tighter immigration rules announced in clampdown. 316
Tomorrow: Carwyn's address to CBI Wales. 160
Tractor boy saves his injured dad from bull; 10-YEAR-OLD TOM DRIVES VEHICLE AT ANGRY ANIMAL. 514
Transforming alien vultures all in a day's work for costume maker; A chance work placement at a local theatre company led Angharad Gamble to become a highly successful costume maker, with TV shows Torchwood and Merlin just a few of the achievements to her name. She spoke to Emily Woodrow. 2259
UN nuclear body refers Syria to Security Council. 462
Uncomfortable and compelling drama; REVIEW: The Sanger, Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff. 373
Updated role for much-loved former library; BUILDING TO BE TRANSFORMED INTO pounds 8M DESIGN INSTITUTE. 844
We're here to help; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 202
Welsh town to lose 700 jobs as Lloyds closes banking call centre. 626
Why all the fuss? & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 131
WORLD DOMINATION BECKONS AS FORD'S BABY GROWS UP. 488
Youngsters to go on the run, says Webster. 391
Your stars with Claire Petulengro. 626
Youthful ambitions; Introducing children to theatre is vital, after all they are the audiences of the future. An international organisation dedicated to theatre for young people has just held a conference in Europe. Two artistic directors from Wales were there to share their experiences. They reveal the importance of the event. Conference news 999

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