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

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'Cuts could rob our society of everything we hold dear' STRIKE BOSS SAYS MORE AT STAKE THAN PENSIONS. 703
'S4C and the BBC have to make their relationship work' The funding deal between S4C and the BBC could be just the start of a much bigger revolution in Welsh broadcasting, writes media commentator and former BBC Wales head of news Aled Eirug. 899
'Shaun Edwards has to do what is right for him. If that means England, he will have my blessing' In his first in-depth interview since the World Cup, Warren Gatland tells DELME PARFITT his views on Shaun Edwards, the future of the captaincy, and the lessons learned from an unforgettable trip to New Zealand. 2028
'Wales leading the way in animal welfare'. 289
'We must involve patients as partners in their care' Health Minister Lesley Griffiths explains the role 1,000 Lives Plus is playing in changing NHS services. 641
2,000 may be made homeless before Christmas. 317
A draw maybe, but the psychological impact is huge. 1822
A new chapter opens for libraries. 130
Absence of a Champions League hangover delights Platt. 500
An army of voices unites to conquer the Messiah. 183
ASKTHEEXPERTS. 325
ATaylor made stunner. 277
BBC un-Wales; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 102
Bent backs pal Gabby. 246
Blake deserves his chance with Wales, but situation at City gives Speed dilemma. 941
Bolton in five-star show. 297
Breeders' Cup joy for O'Briens. 399
Bridging the funding gap is the biggest challenge the NHS has ever faced; THEPROFESSIONALS Helen Birtwhistle argues that the NHS must be honest with the public about the need for transformational change and the financial situation. 674
Bus linking city and rail line welcomed. 129
Calls for Coalition to pump pounds 250m into jobs. 277
Case against caddie now closed; SPORT newsbulletin. 104
Coldplay help boost digital album sales; UKBULLETINS. 105
Dazzling display by the dynamic Drovers to seal the spoils. 183
Edinburgh looking for that cup boost. 503
Eleven Best Buy stores set to close. 310
Eleven tourists killed as bus overturns; WORLDBULLETINS. 101
England forward Westwood is admitting to Wembley play-acting. 302
Entertainment guide for the week ahead. 913
Eventful return of Welsh star Stephen delights Scarlets coach. 349
Eye, eye, it's the lads out on the lash! 220
Facing the HaKa; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 167
Fighting to save the second-rate; The save-our-hospital campaign is a knee-jerk reaction to any proposals to change the NHS. After Health Minister Lesley Griffiths last week outlined her five-year vision for the NHS, Professor Marcus Longley considers why the public is so opposed to change. 665
First, she played Margaret Thatcher and next, the Queen. Is Welsh actress Alexandra the female Michael Sheen? FORMER TEEN STAR OF S4C SOAP LANDS MAJOR ROLES. 719
Follow the Scots; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 238
Free parking could revive high streets; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 172
Gatland planning Poland return before Six Nations; ANOTHER BOOT CAMP COULD BE A HUGE BOOST, SAYS COACH. 611
Gay men used to be banned from giving blood, no longer; From today some men who have sex with other men will be able to donate blood in England and Wales for the first time. The Welsh Blood Service tells Health Editor Madeleine Brindley why the change has been introduced. 994
Graduates still 'struggling to find work' despite jobless dip. 556
Greek 'coalition' deal to spell exit for Papandreou. 648
Harry's game in Treviso. 111
Hitmen Miller and Whittingham earn praise from Malky. 436
Housing heroes; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 150
James misses out on the keirin final; SPORT newsbulletin. 104
Jobs under threat as sun goes down for the solar industry; GOVERNMENT CUT IN TARIFFS PUTS SCHEMES IN JEOPARDY. 783
Jones' yellow could make Wales fans see red over Sam in tip tackle furore. 1337
Kaymer has Donald in sight following Shanghai victory. 542
Kenny has the goal hunger as Bluebirds hit top form to end Palace's fine record. 1122
Keys have the upper hand in derby forward battle. 156
Labour media boss under attack for 'foul-mouthed' online posts; BUT LUKE HOLLAND DEFENDS 'HUMOROUS' TRAVEL BLOG. 638
Lampard proves worth. 261
Lloyds expected to report slump as boss takes break. 406
Manics' CD of greatest hits wins them a top 10 spot. 171
MATTEROFFACT. 491
May faces questions over risk of terror suspects. 305
Mental health first aiders 'essential' BREAKING HEALTH newsbulletin. 318
MORNINGSERIAL. 433
Morrell sticking to his guns as Dragons show the way. 635
New boss Newby is Bay hero. 168
NowAlen takes his place on centre-stage as he proves star for the SwansandWales. 632
Nutcracker! returns for 20th anniversary. 265
Old boy gives Fergie the perfect gift on his big day. 694
Our aim - t o recycle 90% of building waste; Construction must respond to the Welsh Government's support for it and the work starts with managing waste and low carbon. Milica Kitson, chief executive of Constructing Excellence Wales (CEW) explains how. 548
Pause on your pedal, linger on your stroll, enjoy the artwork, the lines however droll; Schoolchildren teamed up with poets and artists to create sculptures which will be unveiled along a community route in Wales this week. Here Wendy Johnson of the charity Sustrans reveals why public art is so important to our wellbeing. 990
Peaking for the 2012 Olympics; SNOWDON LIGHTS THE WAY TO LONDON ON UK TORCH RELAY. 690
Perfect send-off for Ponty ahead of cup mission. 267
Plaid MP questions police infiltration of parties. 336
Polluted water poses disease risk to children in Thailand floods. 398
Porn and cage fighting might be more 'challenging' than expected. 463
QUIZ OF THE DAY 1. [...]. 130
Rarely heard, beautifully played classic; REVIEW: Welsh Sinfonia, Dora Stoutzker Hall, Cardiff. 322
Reds sent reeling by first-half goal blitz as Saints charge to win; WELSH PREMIER GAME OF THE DAY. 400
Registry company bids to cast the net worldwide for Wales; KEY ADVISERS APPOINTED IN WELSH WEB DOMAIN MOVE. 678
Remember aircrew; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 331
Remploy supporters present 100,000-name petition to ministers. 231
Report raises concerns over NHS funding and 'absence of contingency plan' for Wales; LABOUR CRITICISED FOR LACK OF BUDGET TRANSPARENCY. 1319
RETRO REPORT; Rabin buried as Israel mourns. 300
Run set for Haydock. 114
Salute the fallen; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 180
Seeing what you will look like in the future can change your life; Health Wales is highlighting the work of Welsh Crucible researchers - the cream of Welsh research talent. Dr Bernie Tiddeman develops computer software to analyse human faces. 539
Selfish public sector; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 171
Small steps can help to reduce risk of diabetes; HEART HEALTH. 403
Solo diners find an appetite for a US-style eating trend; It's been billed as the antidote to the horrors of dining out alone. But as the restaurant "communal dining" table becomes the latest US import to hit Wales, reporter Graham Henry asks whether we're quite ready for it. 820
Spurs survive a Fulham onslaught. 224
Super Phillips has the Ravens flying high in their big finish. 511
Swansea will stay up says Liverpool boss. 243
Swanstop of the Kops. 339
Tears for Welsh couple killed in M5 pile-up; Welsh couple killed in massive M5 pile-up. 1191
Tears for Welsh couple killed in M5 pile-up; Welsh couple killed in massive M5 pile-up. 1184
Theatre kicks up a Storm for Olympic Games' World Shakespeare Festival. 333
THEY SAID WHAT? "Now the [...]. 170
Threat by superbugs 'matches global warming'. 664
Threat to derail tuition-fee subsidy; GROUP SHOWS EU STUDENTS HOW TO SECURE WELSH CASH. 695
Title winner Burns vows to notch up century in the ring. 349
Top-class Davies makes the difference. 227
Tory student body accused of mocking Welsh miners and singing Nazi songs. 281
Ulster in stuttering win over Connacht. 317
Unlucky Merthyr lose out. 163
Vorm playing down his Kop class performance. 663
Voters and politicians need to know how Wales' money is being spent; Western Mail. 484
Wales prop Adam on course for Euro opener with Biarritz. 380
War ning over ser vices sector slowdown. 363
Watson wants a strong Australia side inz nsong. 544
We l s h presence is still strong in Strictly. 381
We were like headless chickens: Agger. 218
We're hardly going to lynch red-card Rolland. 108
Webster in dramatic return to St Helen's for a draw. 540
Weir puts boot into str ugglers. 138
Welsh Miss England is over the moon at Miss World. 163
WELSH PREMIER REVIEW. 333
Wenger wants more. 259
Wizards cast their spell to stay top of the table. 268
Wolves net crucial win. 180
Youngster shows me I'm a Grumpy Old Woman. 292
Your stars with. 591

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