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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (June 7, 2011)

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'Ban raunchy billboards to stop children growing up too quickly' CHARITY WANTS TO UPHOLD THE QUALITY OF CHILDHOOD. 891
'Man threatened to kill my whole family if I said what he'd done' WITNESS TELLS JURY HE WAS 8 WHEN RAPED 30 YEARS AGO. 522
'She wanted to live - please help the police' FAMILY TELL OF MURDERED GRAN'S LOVE FOR HER HOME. 794
A long wait, but ospreys are back. 346
A sound idea from Lydia to raise cash for soldiers. 253
A superb turnout for the Pontargothi Show; CHAMPIONS CROWNED AT EXCELLENT MAY EVENT. 295
Bare-faced beauty ... almost; Brave a no-make-up make-up face this summer, says WM's Sarah George, with the cheat's guide to natural beauty. 616
BBC star to give shearing demo at event. 339
BBFC snub for centipede horror film; UKBULLETINS. 104
Big boys' toys; This week Nathan Bevan shows you how to get an enormous sense of personal wellbeing by treating your furry and feathered friends for a change. Because it's not all about you, you know! 258
Biggar's major fall from Welsh grace in the space of a year nothing short of remarkable; Rugby correspondent Andy Howell on how Dan Biggar's World Cup dream with Wales turned to dust. 1305
Blair suffers at the hands of WI; RETRO REPORT. 284
Bwcabus scheme lands pounds 1.3m. 209
Cable stitching; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 160
Call for antibiotic action after MRSA discovery; COUNTRYnewsbulletin. 110
Calls for academics to back minister protest. 313
Cardiff & Co secures major funding boost from council. Company overview 744
Charity aims to give children living in poverty a voice in decisions that affect them. 712
Charolais International choose Dai Lewi is to lead it during society's jubilee year in Britain. 259
Children learn a range of curriculum skills by going down into Uwic's wood. 393
Christchurch shaken by quake aftershock; WORLDBULLETINS. 101
CITYMARKETREPORT. 502
CLICK ON WalesOnline.co.uk. 203
Community's rich history is brought to book again; 'INCOMER' IS MIDWIFE FOR TWO BOOKS ON HER NEW HOME. 928
Congratulations on your deserved promotion to the Premier League... we look forward to seeing you twice next season - 'King' Kenny. 990
Cook serves up more of the same at Lord's. 569
Crackdown on deer poachers. 161
DON'T MISS; 76 pages of unrivalled business coverage in tomorrow's Western Mail. 261
Evenjobb blanket finishes keep the camera man busy; harness racing. 161
FARMING comment. 212
Farmland not woodland is needed to feed the world; UNION LEADERS CRITICISE CALL TO PLANT TREES, NOT CROPS. 897
fashion BULLSEYE. 166
Fear of change; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 264
Five illegal immigrants caught in raid. 123
Former IMF boss faces US court over sex charges. 204
Four-year survey aims to protect ancient woodland sites across South Wales. 460
Freddie helps Emily to her first double; turf talk. 552
Glamorgan braced for a Royal show at Rose Bowl. 199
Growing our own; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 179
Harvest energy from solar panels. 273
Hey Hay! YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 275
Hiddink remains the coach of Turkey. 280
High St Duchess; Why stylish Kate is doing wonders for affordable British fashion ... 789
Housing plans will 'increase homeless'. 254
How to... ... soothe a hangover; The sunny weather causing you to overindulge? Keep this list by your bedside, as healthy living experts realbuzz.com bring you the top 10 hangover cures. 577
i can't live without... WE ASK THE WOMEN OF WALES WHICH PRIZE POSSESSIONS THEY TREASURE MOST This week: Georgina Jones is co-founder and director of Sing and Inspire. She is 33 and lives in Canton, Cardiff. 192
I joined the SlutWalk because I believe rape is always serious; A protest by women that is sweeping the world came to Wales on the weekend. Here, former Plaid Cymru AM Nerys Evans, the party's director of policy, explains why she went on the SlutWalk march in Cardiff. 773
I want to be new boss at the Bluebirds - Robins. 600
Improved access makes small lake a big catch; angling. 910
Increase in number of pigs sold at auctions; COUNTRYnewsbulletin. 130
Interactive map helping to boost pond species; COUNTRYnewsbulletin. 104
IS APPRENTICE'S TOP APPROPRIATE FOR WORK? 179
IT SAYS a lot about [...]. 444
Jail warning for former financial adviser after theft and fraud totalling pounds 2m. 165
Labour pushes for bank bonus tax. 184
Low pay and poor training hold back care-home regimes; In the wake of Panorama's exposure of abuse of mentally ill patients in a care home, is it now time for a beefed up inspection regime across the UK? Darren Devine hears from the father of one autistic boy in care who wants a wide-ranging review of the system. 712
Lyn could be in Welsh frame after taking role in London. 558
McGoldrick awarded Commonwealth gold. 199
Monthly sales of new cars in Wales drop by 13% over past year. 266
MORNINGSERIAL. 378
MPs fault Welsh NHS offer of only two free IVF cycles; WALES PLAN IS FOR THREE TRIES; MANY AREAS IN UK WORSE OFF. 643
Mystery deepens after beansprout E.coli tests. 431
Nacewa and Fiji could threaten Wales' plans. 496
No prizes for willpower at the show as the whiff of bacon rolls is too much of a temptation; Our smallholder columnist is feeling a little guilty about over-indulging. 696
No turning back; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 206
No US X Factor return for Cheryl; UKBULLETINS. 105
Open door closes for Welsh golfers. 561
Pickoftheday. 179
Plaid anti-monarchy views out on a limb; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 288
Police face probe after mum and girl are shot. 573
Police join park wardens to combat wildfire crime. 495
Prison staff put at risk as inmates' time in cells increases. 396
Property-facing Hodge doubles both profit and its bad-debt fund. Financial report 573
Pupils' financial training 'adequate'. 221
Put them away; WM's Brendan Hughes considers the case for man cleavage. 807
Queen to open new Assembly after RAF fly-past. 356
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 120
Refinery focuses on shocked workers as inquiry begins; CHEVRON'S UK CENTRES REMEMBER WELSH DEAD. 765
Regions all set to find out their Euro fate. 351
Retail sales hit by consumer spending squeeze. 334
Row at 'Tory' plans for care homes in Carwyn's backyard; PRIVATISATION FEARS AFTER COUNCIL HIRES EXPERT. 716
Seadog Twm charts a hit for Seasick Steve. 325
Seven series, 107 hopefuls, six winners. Still no Welsh candidates; THERE'S NO-ONE TO FLY THE FLAG FOR US IN THE APPRENTICE. 799
Stained glass gems go online. 211
Talking WM sense. 487
The 10 myths of sun bathing; We're predicted a scorching June, with many people heading to the parks and beaches armed with nothing but their bottle of factor 15. But as the British Medical Journal claims it's too low to protect our skin from the rays, WM asks an expert to dispel some other tanning untruths... 734
THEY SAID WHAT? 144
This week we'll be mostly.... 258
To boldly go in pursuit of facts. 181
Toon pounds 1m swoop for Taylor; Newcastle offer pounds 1m for Swans ace Taylor. 483
Torture watchdog criticises Irish workhouses. 155
Tory leadership candidate's vision for a 'Bigger Society' AM WANTS TO USE 'LOCAL EXPERTISE' TO HELP WELSH COMMUNITIES. 725
Tributes to hit songwriter best known for 'Grandma' MAX BOYCE HAILS TOP PRODUCER AND WRITER WHO PROMOTED WALES. 540
Trwy fentro y mae modd llwyddo; ffermio. 297
Union hits out as gas field left dormant. 160
Using cannabis; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 235
Violence returns to Yemen as six killed; WORLDBULLETINS. 103
Wales 'united' as campaign to save S4C heads for Europe; LANGUAGE CAMPAIGNERS TO SEEK HELP OF TOP EU OFFICIAL. 635
Wales calls for Osborne to change course on cuts despite IMF support; WELSH GOVERNMENT SAYS CURRENT APPROACH CUTS TOO DEEP, TOO FAST. 1835
Wales striker Morison is relishing Premier chance at Norwich. 283
Warm April brings butterflies out early. 278
We try, you buy; this week ... eyebrow groomers for the perfect bushy brow. 145
Webster is brimming with World Cup confidence. 329
Worries about the recovery in Wales are not lifted by IMF cheerleading; Western Mail. 443
Wrinkles linked to bad bones. 125
Yo-yo diet is 'better than no diet', say scientists. 315
Youngsters can't get enough of Peppa; REVIEW: Peppa Pig, New Theatre, Cardiff. 355
Your stars with Patrick Arundell. 620

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