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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (October 19, 2011)

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'Great Barrier Reef of Wales' is sponge haven; SURVEY FINDS 13 NEW SPECIES IN PEMBROKESHIRE WATERS. 533
'Most top firms' use tax havens. 172
Aamir murder trail halted after fugitive held in India; JURORS TO RETURN TODAY AS JUDGE TALKS OF TAKING STOCK. 601
Admiral charts a learning course with books offer; COMPANY SPEND ON BOOKS DOUBLES IN A YEAR TO pounds 20K. 492
Africa can be free of aid reliance - Blair; WORLDBULLETINS. 101
Assembly has no power to ban smacking, says Tory MP; GILLAN URGED TO ASK FOR SUPREME COURT RULING. 897
Automatic entry could boost pensions by pounds 12bn. 522
Aviation centre of excellence opens. 218
Bellway delivers 51% jump in yearly profits. 264
Boys killed by fire in den under the stairs. 171
Burger bar fall-out gives Phillips fresh relish to prove critics wrong on big stage; WORLD CUP 2011 'I decided to come here and express myself by just being myself. I think I've done that' - MIKE PHILLIPS 'IN WALES I'M PORTRAYED IN A CERTAIN WAY AND IT'S WRONG'. 911
Call for pounds 40m of frozen council tax to be spent on affordable housing. 257
Cattle market keeps the high street alive; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 210
Charlotte says love of reading has helped her to write songs. 247
CHELSEA v GENK. 177
Circle IT takes larger offices to cope with rapid growth; 'WE HAVE GROWN BY AN AVERAGE OF 28% A YEAR'. Company overview 530
Clean coal 'will save jobs'. 162
Clever teaching; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 158
Company leaves London for feelgood factor of rural Wales; OFFICE INTERIORS BOSS MOVES CLOSER TO HIS HOMETOWN. 485
Conference & Events Wales 2012 [...]. Conference news 193
Conman pretended to collect for Help for Heroes. 371
Crown welcomes garden centre, energy firm and day nursery. 384
Cyfrol sy'n fwy na hanes mudiad - mae'n dalp o hanes cefn gwlad hefyd; WELSHCOLUMN. 577
Dakota shows how; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 228
DFS signs 15-year retail park deal. 286
EasyJet aircraft decision allows Bristol to fly to a record month for passengers. 311
Edwards delight at dream Swans duel. 526
Elections supremo pledges no repeat of May poll controversy; COMMISSION APOLOGISES FOR MISTAKE ON WEBSITE. 1000
Energy costs spark surge in inflation to record 5.2%; pounds 1.8BN HOLE IN CHANCELLOR GEORGE OSBORNE'S BUDGET Record inflation figure likely to cause a headache for Chancellor. 1181
Eviction decision due on OAP accused of terrorising neighbours. 207
Former Phurnacite worker tells of 'terrible' conditions; ONE OF 300 SUING BRITISH COAL SUFFERED FROM THREE CANCERS. 714
Fox created security risk showing diary to Werrity. 631
Funding confusion makes future uncertain for Welsh-language channel. 440
Gaunt Gilad freed in swap for Israel's Palestinian prisoners; SOLDIER LET OUT AFTER FIVE YEARS AS A CAPTIVE. 994
Glittering Wales not tarnished by a frank Gatland; DELME PARFITT assesses the fall-out from Warren Gatland's admission that he considered telling one of his players to fake injury. 1147
GPs baulk at surgery hours 'on the cheap'. 162
Grill punched above its weight, by George; The director for Wales and Ireland for the Chartered Institute of Marketing, Richard Houdmont, assesses the value of celebrity endorsement. 709
Henson is 'excited' to be joining the Blues. 558
How we canstill geton top of this euro crisis. 894
Inflation will drop - Mervyn. 149
IRB to look at Gatland comments; 'Stunned' IRB to examineWelsh coach's remarks. 471
ITV keen to broaden its programme offer to S4C. 111
James given Kazakhstan consolation. 193
Jones close to Glamorgan return. 209
Land is for food; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 128
Legal age limits for cosmetic piercing 'to protect children' UNDER-16S WILL HAVE TO GET PERMISSION FROM PARENTS. 637
Lesson of Henry VII; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 203
Libya campaign 'close to the end' WORLDBULLETINS. 101
Luv Wales? You'll Luv Peter's 'buy local' campaign. 407
Luxury brands owner LVMH sales up 15%. Financial report 284
Mackay seething as Bluebirds are put under Posh cosh in a seven-goal thriller. 988
Manager who survived mine tragedy arrested. 818
MARSEILLE v ARSENAL. 123
Matalan signals its cost pressures are easing. 241
Mervyn Ham to chair sick children's charity Ty Hafan. 268
MORNINGSERIAL. 386
Mother's vigil for murdered private detective. 192
Motorist still on road despite 24 points. 244
MUMSAYS. 441
Neighbour denies stealing cash from pensioner. 394
Never again must we allow such a farce to make us look so shambolic; Western Mail. 447
New MD at Golley Slater ad agency. 178
Nurses who are asked to assist a suicide are told how to respond. 250
On-the-go shopping to be worth 'pounds 20bn a year'. 316
Papers join forces to fly the flag for local enterprise; DRAGON'S DEN STAR HEADS UP FREE AD OFFER TO BUSINESSES. 525
Patel is adamant England can launch a fightback. 281
People shouldn't stop the fight for justice. It's our right; The families of the 96 football fans who lost their lives at Hillsborough took a step closer to justice after the Government agreed to disclose all documents relating to the tragedy. Darren Devine hears from one mother hoping the decision will go some way to righting wrongs dating back 22 years. 812
Per formance measurement - the key to change; ADVERTISING FEATURE. 413
Pogba has Hatters in tatters as Dragons keep four-point lead. 346
Police criticised over death. 132
Police watchdog to probe car chase. 146
Positive start after G20 meet. 1185
Prince joins campaign over Shakespeare literary 'scam' FILM CLAIMS PLAYS WERE PENNED BY EARL OF OXFORD. 825
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 138
Record cash invested in green and ethicals. 366
RETRO REPORT; OCTOBER 1989 - How we covered... Guildford Four released. 253
Ripping yarns from radio's golden age; PREVIEW: The Fitzrovia Radio Hour, Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff. 337
Rooney is spot-on to save United's blushes in Otelul. 448
Ryder Cup mastermind receives OBE. 233
S4C finally names new head but he can't start till April; HUW JONES IS COMMITTED TO WORK FOR NEW YORK TV. 1105
Shane's big conundrum of whether to bow out home or away against the Wallabies. 1065
Six build on community. 102
Skates on, Carwyn; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 279
Social exclusion charity appoints new manager. 442
Sports fan died after power cut stopped his ventilator; NURSE COULD NOT SWITCH ON BACK-UP GENERATOR IN DARK. 722
Stone Roses to reignite the old 'magic'. 390
Super-sub Aguero strikes to sink Villarreal. 241
Take-over of Channel TV leaves two independents. 200
Taxman set to target cash in Swiss accounts; WRONGDOERS COULD FACE PENALTIES OF UP TO 200%. 368
TENDER NOTICES. 585
The new digital companion that appeals to both our noblest and basest instincts. 2226
The right environment for Euan. 133
THEY SAID WHAT? 175
Three-goal Rose a big thorn in Kettering's side. 306
Three-year highs for dividends 'reflect risk' AVERAGE IS UP 15.9% YEAR ON YEAR, TOTALLING pounds 20BN IN Q3. 549
Tobacco vending machine ban soon. 154
Toddler drowned at camp site; UKBULLETINS. 103
Twincredible! Five sets of twins start school. 202
UK has one in five business flights in EU countries as numbers grow 7%. 223
UK stress grows but eases in South-East; BEGBIES TRAYNOR REPORT FINDS CARDIFF DOING BETTER. 568
Ultimately we want the best service for Welsh audiences; WEDNESDAY ESSAY Yesterday, the Institute of Welsh Affairs hosted a conference on the future of broadcasting in Wales. Elan Closs Stephens argues that providing the best possible service for Welsh audiences is what should be at the heart of the debate about the future of S4C. Conference news 800
Victory in defeat; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 232
Wales should be in final - Henry. 492
Warren ready to pension off some of the Welsh old guard with World Cup 2015 now in sharp focus; ANDY HOWELL at the Rugby World Cup 2011 andy.howell@walesonline.co.uk. 1097
We've been through our pain, now it's about how to make things bigger and stronger; TheBIGInterview Sion Barry talks to Phil Henfrey, head of news and programmes at ITV Wales, on the channel's public service broadcasting remit and why he is upbeat on revenue and audience share outlook. 1951
Welsh economy will rely less on the public sector. 462
Welsh higher education sector receives UoW moderation income; MORE THAN pounds 7M PAID OUT IN FEES OVER SEVEN YEARS. 1052
Whitbread gets boost from Costa's success; LEISURE GIANT SET TO DOUBLE THE SIZE OF COFFEE BUSINESS. 376
Why middle-aged are most likely to take their own lives; NEW BOOK REVEALS SUICIDE 'A PARTICULAR ISSUE' IN MID-LIFE. 519
World knows Wales were robbed and this World Cup is devalued because of it; WALES WORLD CUP LETTERS SPECIAL Wales' gallant display against France, and that Alain Rolland decision, has had our telephone lines buzzing and our letters bag bulging. We've had rugby fans from around the world get in touch to offer sympathy to Wales. Here is a selection of what people have been saying. 1704
Your star. 585
Youth brainwashed into thinking he was in a holy war, says dad; FAMILIES HAD REPORTED THE TEENS AS MISSING TO POLICE. 657

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