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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (November 17, 2011)

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'Classroom red tape is threatening development of our schoolchildren' NUT OFFICIALS HIT OUT AT NEW CHILD PROFILE TESTS IN PRIMARIES. 704
'Double dips' face council crackdown. 233
'Players not to blame for my departure, it's just the right time to leave' JOHNSON'S ENGLAND EXIT. 1114
A delightful pic 'n' mix fantasy; REVIEW: Matthew Bourne's Nutcracker! WMC, Cardiff. 314
A Rotten Little Story. 123
A transformed university. 128
Ace Giggs is relishing his first Welsh Premier visit. 307
Advocates of University life. 236
Airbus apprentice's award proves he's a real high-flyer. 765
Alun at his finest; COMMENT & DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 303
AM highlighted his wife's firm in Senedd; BUT INTEREST HAD ALREADY BEEN DECLARED IN REGISTER. 675
AMs and ethnic leaders welcome 30% fall in stop and searches; SOUTH WALES POLICE ANNUAL FIGURES SHOW DROP OF 6,451. 553
An award for the best Welsh language production. 194
Another Euro extravaganza is just the ticket. 678
Archbishop: King James Bible is a masterpiece. 173
BANK OF ENGLAND SLASHES GROWT TH FORECAST AMID FEARS OF CONTRACTING ECONOMY. 852
Bradley's setting the standards for Blues. 382
British Gas to axe 850 jobs in its servicing business. 326
Burglar shops victim after viewing sex images and movies on his stolen laptop; 8,500 CHILD ABUSE PICTURES AND 400 MOVIES FOUND ON COMPUTER. 538
Call for food hygiene ratings to be put on show for customers; BILL TO ENSURE AT-A-GLANCE INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE. 564
Conservative Johnson should have gone bold in his World Cup quest - just like Gatland; DELME PARFITT on why it went so horribly wrong for an iconic England rugby figure. 939
Crefydd a Chymdeithas. 132
Cwrs newydd ym maes Celf a Dylunio. 154
Datblygu adnoddau cyfrwng Cymraeg. 230
Don't accept link of jobs and incinerator; COMMENT & DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 365
Eagles wait on news of Wales U21 star. 199
Electing AMs; COMMENT & DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 160
Ex-social care worker denies locking boy in shoe cupboard; BUT WOMAN SAYS SHE DID MAKE A THREAT TO BREAK TEENAGER'S LEGS. 620
Exploit coal methane; COMMENT & DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 331
Family condemns 'callous' driver's jail term. 328
Fergie's giants won't fancy trip to Liberty and Swans must rise to the occasion. 616
Ffos Las delight with release of 2012 fixtures. 387
Former miner was killed by coal dust. 118
Four years for Facebook user who urged rioting; PRISON SENTENCE CRITICISED AS 'IRRATIONAL' BY CHARITY CHIEF. 674
Gatland given a real selection headache as Wales prepare for Shane's farewell. 1362
Governors are their school's 'critical friend'. 492
Graduate employment is a key target for Trinity Saint David. 523
Graham Rowntree linked with Wales rugby move; ...NEWSFILE... 102
Greene backing BOA. 228
Gwaith ymchwil newydd. 117
HAVE YOUR SAY AND WIN pounds 500 CASH FOR CHRISTMAS! 210
Holiday '53. 169
Hook and his Perpignan pals aim to gatecrash Dragons' party. 882
House purchase costs rise. 169
Howley signs new deal and Rowntree in Wales link. 463
Hyrwyddo'r Gymraeg trwy ddiwylliant, tirwedd ac addysg awyr agored. 204
Indecent images of children 'popped up' during adult surfing, says teacher. 355
Investing in unique resources. 212
Investment expert backs UK economy to 'muddle through' the global downturn; BARCLAYS WEALTH DIRECTOR PREDICTS 2012 GROWTH OF 1%. 1079
Jobless rate in Wales heading for 1992's peak, while today's total passes a record high; HART TALKS UP pounds 55M FUND FOR JOBS - BUT IT IS MONTHS AWAY. 1790
McAnuff out to down Bluebirds for a second time. 519
MINISTER URGES JOINT ACTION AGAINST BULLIES. 395
MINISTER'S VIEW. 554
MORNINGSERIAL. 404
My close call to Old Trafford move. 192
Nia yn arwain y ffordd. 137
Northampton coach Mallinder made favourite to take over. 141
Our biggest game yet, says skipper Monk. 385
Our world-class trainers are vital to improve our workers; RETIRING chairman Arwyn Watkins reflects on the past and looks to the future as he prepares for today's National Training Federation for Wales' annual conference in Cardiff. Conference news 546
Overhead cables banished by patron saint of Wales. 180
Owner of 36 cats banned from keeping animals. 167
Particular danger for teen girls. 234
Parties in blame game as economy outlook worsens. 275
Prestatyn for me, not Man United. 171
Prifysgol ar ei newydd wedd. 120
Princess has praise for volunteers. 317
Private school teachers' public pensions 'crucial'. 619
Professor looks back to the Middle Ages for new book. 286
Queue for Christmas post jobs sets record. 391
QUIZ OF THE DAY 1. [...]. 153
Rare treasures - more than museum pieces. 437
REALPOLITIK. 440
Scholarship was awarded to the daughter of a Vice-Chancellor; SCHEME LOST FUNDING AFTER 'SERIOUS IRREGULARITIES'. 523
Selina's Viking adventure. 149
Shakespeare's 'Welsh' play and Macbeth have strong Trinity Saint David connections. 402
Station access to get pounds 2.5m revamp. 178
Stephen Lawrence attack took only 10 seconds, court told. 349
Students volunteer. 146
Stunned Hughes named coach of year. 197
Subsidising students; COMMENT & DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 214
Suffered a racist slur? Just shake hands, says Blatter; FOOTBALL'S MOST SENIOR STATESMAN UNDER FIRE. 615
Swans have earned their Premier wings with football that could hurt Fergie's superstars - Waddle. 1012
Swansea ready for 'premier' Christmas with Man U visit. 368
Talks on budget deal are said to be going well. 380
The former Barry girl and her friend the most powerful man in the world; US MARINES WILL BE BASED IN NORTHERN AUSTRALIA. 742
The growth of photography in Wales and how it got street wise; It's the perfect subject for a photograph - people captured in real life walking, marching, protesting or just musing by the seafront. THOMAS PASCOE reports on Aberystwyth's photography festival which this year concludes with a conference on street life through the ages. Conference news 811
THE HUNT FOR THE GOD PARTICLE. 230
The Press 'in the dock' over abuses, says judge. 506
The South West Wales Centre of Teacher Education. 170
The stakes are high... uncertainty is not conducive to investment; THURSDAY ESSAY A day after the three opposition parties worked together to block the Welsh Government's draft spending plans, Finance Minister Jane Hutt writes for the Western Mail arguing that the Budget contains the right choices for Wales. 946
The Tregaron Elephant. 144
THEY SAID WHAT? 150
Thomas not about to give up on Wales. 376
Training and help to find work. 136
Training for people in education who want to improve media communications. 244
Unemployment in Wales forecast to get near to level of early 1990s; As the number of people out of work in Wales hits its highest level since the recession in 1992, Claire Miller looks at whether the unemployment situation in Wales can get as bleak as in previous decades. 803
UNIVERSITY VIEW. 634
Value-for-money query on Careers Wales' pounds 40m; 'PUBLIC BODIES HAVE A DUTY TO EXAMINE SPENDING '. 626
Wales advised to become nuclear power exporter; FORGET WINDMILLS SAYS 'EVANS THE ATOM' AND PUSH SCIENCE. 651
Wales captain Warburton surprised by manager's exit at Twickenham. 415
Washington sniper faces the death penalty. 288
We must build economies that do not allow people's skills to go to waste; Western Mail. 522
We must warn our children about cyberbullying dangers; It can be anonymous, round-the-clock and invade the most personal space. Here Gareth Davies explains what we should know about cyberbullying - and how to tackle it. 883
Western Mail's Facebook page - what's not to like? 152
Why has the Assembly given pounds 30k to International Women's Day... but not to International Men's Day? WE WOULD CONSIDER EACH BID, SAYS SPOKESWOMAN. 709
Why mergers are good for us on a global level; The countdown to collaboration continues for Wales' universities, who have a little more than a year to halve in number. As Education Minister Leighton Andrews prepares to air his views, rumours of ill feeling between institutions are rife. Writing exclusively for Education Wales, Julie Lydon, vice-chancellor of the University of Glamorgan, argues the case for larger universities. 867
Y Drindod Dewi Sant ...Y Lle Cymraeg Arwain y ffordd gydag addysg uwch trwy gyfrwng y Gymraeg. 264
Your stars. 566

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