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

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'Elderly trapped' as local shops axed. 195
'It's hard to believe something so sordid and awful was going on within our small community' NEIGHBOURS TELL OF SHOCK AS TWISTED ACTS REVEALED. 1012
'Nikitta and Kelsey-May had everything to live for - their time on Earth should not have been so cruelly cut short...' MOURNERS GATHER FOR FUNERAL OF TEENAGER. 746
A second express service. 129
Ambassador promises to entice US business toWales; BUTDON'TEXPECTVISITFROM OBAMAINTHENEARFUTURE. 531
An utter disgrace; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OFWALES. 181
Asian operations boost Pru's profits and dividend. 361
Assembly's 'green' charter signs up its 50th member. 591
Average age for starting to smoke in parts of Wales is 9; ADDICTION AMONG CHILDREN DEFIES THE EFFORTS OF CAMPAIGNERS. 825
Badger cull could start in May as Order's tabled; OPPONENTSSTILLTODECIDE ONTAKINGLEGALACTION. 654
Battle to stop pounds 50m scheme for town ends in defeat; GROUPACCUSESCOUNCILLORS OVER'CARROTONASTRING'. 665
Bay coalition must stop dragging its feet on displays of tobacco; Western Mail. 448
Better literacy skills essential to all our futures; UNIVERSITY VIEW. 558
Borough's schools 'significantly' cut number leaving without qualifications. 309
Calls for merger of Welsh, Irish and Scots offices; RELUCTANCE TO 'LET GO OF MOTHER' STOPPING REFORM. 535
Cameron defends UK actions over Libya. 311
Carroll set for Euro bow for Reds as Gerrard stays home. 702
CITY MARKET REPORT. 403
City seek 1971 spirit. 147
CLICK ON. 159
Club boss hits out over ticket bungle. 229
Coaching certificate to unlock potential. 278
Court told of an altar, incense burning and sect members disrobing for sex. 654
Dragons confirm Bearman will quit Parade in summer. 391
Electrification won't help the Valleys; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OFWALES. 242
Ex-footballer eyes buyout of old club. 125
Exploring private sector potential. 218
FA charge QPR over regulation breaches on Faurlin signing. 268
Face-to-face 'best way' to sack staff. 135
Focus back on castle, 170 years to the day. 378
Foreign students bring more to Wales than simply money; The impact of foreign students on the Welsh economy was this week unveiled in a report commissioned by sector leaders. Here, Professor Noel Lloyd, vice-chancellor of Aberystwyth University and chair of Higher Education Wales, looks at why the nation's door is firmly open. 597
Forget climate change; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OFWALES. 251
Fotuali'i set to put the pressure on Phillips as he is linked to big move to the Ospreys. 451
Gallas and Co hold out to book last eight spot for Spurs. 660
Gatland's men should have just enough to down Ireland and set up a cracker of a game in France; GWYN JONES Rugby sense from the former Wales captain sportsdesk@walesonline.co.uk. 909
Green alternative; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OFWALES. 208
Hague slams Iran over arms seized on way to the Taliban. 642
Head wants goats culled after school damage. 158
Honour for Wales' longest-serving university vice-chancellor. 381
Hywel led the way; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OFWALES. 263
India clinch last-eight place in defeat of Dutch. 284
Interest rate decision on a knife edge as MPC meets; 'SMALL RISE CANNOT BE RULED OUT AS INFLATION REACHES 4%'. 606
Ireland fired up to avoid another roasting from angry coach Kidney. 779
It's a cock-a-doodle-to-do over birds' 60-decibel headache for neighbours; NEIGHBOURS FALL OUT OVER COCKERELS' DAWN CHORUS. 664
It's not indoctrinating children. It's about putting into practice moral judgements; THE DEMAND FOR A CATHOLIC EDUCATION HAS BEEN GROWING. 976
It's part of local folklore... now circus elephant's final resting place may at last be revealed; ARCHAEOLOGISTS SEEK GRAVE SAID TO BE IN PUB'S GARDEN. 616
It's really crunch time as the top two clash. 372
John Lewis staff to share pounds 194m payout; BONUS WORTH TWO MONTHS' PAY AS STORES BEAT GLOOM. 743
Keep up with the Joneses? Not during his Lent break; Birds have been doing it for millennia, yet now people on every continent rejoice in Twittering and instant-messaging - but is this online craze now out of control? David Williamson discovers why at least one Wales Office minister is giving up Twitter for Lent. 837
Magnates vow to clear their names. 319
Match Sion's choice of a business XV. 246
Minister hits back over cost of trip. 169
More claims predicted after asbestos case win. 534
Morgan ready to step into KP's shoes. 413
MORNINGSERIAL. 416
Nurse banned after escort girl adverts on sick leave. 407
O'Driscoll targets his pal Shane in Irish bid. 856
Organ donation law bid dropped. 179
Pickoftheday. 163
Public sector staff face losing final salary pensions; ENDOFGOLD-PLATEDSCHEMES SETTOBEANNOUNCEDTODAY. 684
Put teeth in Act; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OFWALES. 125
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 121
Rare lichen on show at estate; WALES newsbulletin. Conference news 109
RayMilland dies of cancer at 78; RETRO REPORT. 294
REALPOLITIK. 443
Rescue drama in beauty spot's flooding exercise. 227
Respect others' faith; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OFWALES. 304
Roberts ready to take on his Lions partner O'Driscoll in big showdown. 1051
Rodgers' rocket is just what we need, says Tate. 987
Rodgers' rocket just what we needed, says Tate, after the boss' Watford dressing down. 868
Rolls-Royce and Daimler bid pounds 2.75bn for German engine maker. 313
Satanic sex cult paedophile guilty; HISDEPRAVED 'SECT'ABUSED CHILDRENIN WELSHTOWN: Sect in sleepy town abusing children in facing jail for twisted rites. 1496
Scare as Ruby is in the wars again. 443
School's sixth-form plea rejected; COUNCIL WINS BACKING FOR EDUCATION RE-ORGANISATION. 493
Shocks in new Irish Cabinet. 273
SKILLSWALES. 624
Support for education welfare staff welcomed; FRAMEWORK LAUNCHED. 592
Support staff are not substitutes for qualified teachers; COLLEGE VIEW. 693
Swans are fired up. 171
Swansea duo are on the mark. 120
THE 'GREAT BEAST' INSPIRATION. 290
THEY SAID WHAT? 133
Turning traditional circus on its head; REVIEW: Mundo Paralelo, Torch Theatre, Milford Haven. 372
UK develops a two-speed jobs market. 230
UK soldier killed by Helmand bomb; WORLDBULLETINS. 112
University town plans pounds 160m village to house 1,000 students; MEETING ABERYSTWYTH'S NEED FOR ACCOMMODATION. 602
WALES OFFICE IN FIRING LINE. 167
Window is a shining example of how Wales really cares; The story of four friends killed by a bomb in a church in the Deep South of America in 1963 touched the world. JAMES MCCARTHY reports on how aWelsh artist and theWestern Mail ensured there would be a lasting memorial to the girls. 1839
Your stars [....]. 626

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