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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (April 6, 2012)

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"It was a relief. It was a big thumbs-up, like, 'yes - you're good enough' HANNAH WINS THROUGH IN FRONT OF VALLEYS STAR. 752
'Education is a national scandal.". health would leave Nye Bevan spinning in grave' PM ATTACKS LABOUR RECORD ON WALES CAMPAIGN VISIT. 1653
'Emotionally, financially and physically, I'm exhausted... I just want to go home' MUM'S TORMENT AFTER HER TWINS BORN PREMATURELY. 759
'It wasn't s show, it was an experience; It was one of the most talked-about pieces of theatre ever staged, with audiences and critics hailing it an overwhelming success. But what was it like to be part of The Passion? A year after the event in Port Talbot, five people share their memories with Karen Price. 1368
'Two-tier' education system fears; FEAR FOR INSTITUTIONS AFTER UNIVERSITIES CUT FEE LEVELS. 659
A chance to own a piece of Senna race history. 206
A woman on her mettle; After spending time in Albert Square, actress Kacey Ainsworth is now in deep south Louisiana for her latest stage show. As Steel Magnolias heads to Wales, she chats to Karen Price about roles for older actresses. 781
Affordable fun with GT86; TOYOTA ANNOUNCES THE PRICING FOR ITS EYE-CATCHING NEW 2+2 SPORTS CAR. 382
All abroad ....again; More than a decade after James Cameron premiered his Titanic movie, the Oscar-winning epic is being re-released to mark the 100th anniversary since the ship sank. But is it worth investing time in the film again? Graham Young enjoys the journey once more. 637
Anger as Johnson calls for London tax return; WELSH POLITICIANS HIT BACK AS BORIS'S ELECTIONEERING. 654
Answering your motoring issues; JONATHAN WILKINS The Motoring Solicitor. 477
April boost for scheme to help beginners and nomadic golfers. 507
Assad troops launch attack on capital days before truce. 379
BBC man's royal post. 125
Benefits of Union; COMMENT & DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 203
Bishop's symbolic show for Easter. 174
Blow for Government policies of 'rebalancing' the economy after manufacturing sector contraction. 375
Boulden off to a flyer in the Leveret. 306
Caviar connections will not be lured by pounds 1m pot. 794
centre stage. 397
Cold snap is not what Doctor or companion ordered. 123
Danny backed for net result. 438
Daughter of millionaire facing jail for part in riots spree. 605
daveowens a sound reaction. 496
Delight as rare duck is bred in captivity. 218
DIY in NYC; He invented a guerrilla musical movement that changed the face of clubland in New York. Now Anti-folk founder Lach tells Nathan Bevan why he wants to start a gig revolution here. 783
Doctors warn of 'race against time' to halt malaria. 267
Domestic abuse services' support; WALES newsbulletin. 128
Edinburgh has trust in players. 275
Evans at the double at Folkestone as fine run goes on. 640
Ex-midwife cautioned over leaving patient to give birth alone; GUILTY OF MISCONDUCT OVER LACK OF CHECKS. 555
Families face tax credits 'bombshell'. 788
Family tells of hygiene concerns at hospital where grandmother caught killer virus; BEREAVED RELATIVES DEMAND THAT LESSONS ARE LEARNED. 853
familytime; Easter picks for kids. 276
Fans set for thrill of Welsh derby. 380
Fellow honour for One Show's Jones. 185
filmreviewsextra. 305
fivelive on this week's to-do list. Theater review 276
Galloway's craving may not be for wealth or power. 746
Glamorgan let Foxes off the hook and then comes their own batting collapse. 852
Guidelines issued for 'smart' meter roll-out. 264
Halfpenny out to upset Euro odds against Leinster at a happy Aviva hunting ground. 982
Hanagan scoops award double. 190
Hart announces extra funding to help digital media companies. 340
Headhunters. 330
Hotel couple flee Timbuktu after rebel forces take over; WELSH PAIR ESCAPE MALI WITH HELP FROM AFRICAN SOLDIERS. 791
Hunt Ball steps up at Aintree. 239
inside track. 322
Interest rates remain static as fears of recession subside. 509
Jury in murder trial sent home for Easter. 246
KP happy to keep up his switch-hit attack after his stunning innings. 569
Labour must explain councillors' earnings; COMMENT & DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 327
Lawrie is flying high with a great start to Augusta bid. 711
Light-gathering technology could power firm's success; TV REMOTES COULD SOON BE CHARGED BY INTERIOR LIGHTS. 542
Liverpool's plight is new ground for boss Dalglish. 186
Mackay hits out at the Easter schedule for his Bluebirds in the big play-off race. 901
Malky on a mission. 122
MARKET REPORT. 326
Maynard the Surrey batting ace. 182
McLeish is upbeat on Villa's relegation fight. 216
Met faces racism crisis as 10 complaints referred to IPCC. 589
Mighty Darius aiming for Turkish delight on the road to London. 740
Millions to get away, but the weather won't wow. 565
Modern Olympics' border village roots; PREVIEW: Much Ado About Wenlock, Theatr Brycheiniog, Brecon. 331
More of Moore; Lithographs, etchings and collotype prints from Henry Moore's famous wartime sketchbooks go on show this weekend - and the result is a fascinating insight into the mind of one of Britain's finest sculptors. Jenny White takes a peek. 851
MORNINGSERIAL. 375
Morrell aims to keep up the pressure. 442
Mowbray 'disappointed' with Taylor. 457
Nathaniel has the mighty Frankel in his sights. 583
Not so much an asset; COMMENT & DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 126
Nye would spin in his grave, insists Cameron. 171
Oestrogen linked to breast cancer in younger women. 284
onshow exhibitions. 1368
Pals Rodgers and Pardew go head-to-head in the battle for top award. 1180
Patent to help firm strengthen foothold in China. 307
Payday loans firm accepts decision by OFT to strip it of credit licence; BROKER 'MISLED CUSTOMERS AND USED UNFAIR PRACTICES'. 799
Plaid man with cancer blasts Carwyn over ward merger. 461
Politicians have to remember that patient interest is of key importance; Western Mail. 444
Pollution fears subside as stricken ship salvage begins; OWNERS BEGIN TO PUMP FUEL FROM GROUNDED TANKER. 1035
pounds 100k not justified; COMMENT & DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 331
pounds 57m 'petrol station' COMMENT & DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 143
Prize money boost for Royal Ascot. 310
Protests follow Greek OAP's suicide; WORLDBULLETINS. 110
Proud to say 'I was there...' - Box Office Editor Karen Price recal lls the 72 hours that changed the face of Port Talbot. 343
Questions for Blues; COMMENT & DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 166
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 125
Reading happy to 'fly under the radar'. 461
Record-breaking Brits see off the Aussies to land the world crown. 476
Recovery 'will not happen until 2014'. 227
Report declares mental health hospital as 'not fit for purpose'. 458
Restaurant entrepreneur set to bring a touch of The Ivy's class to Cardiff city centre; BID TO BRING CAFE WITH PRODUCE MIX TO ARCADE. 580
ROAD TO LONDON 2012 Welsh hopefuls in action this week. 226
Roberts thanks fans on Twitter. 142
Scarlets tell king George to enjoy himself after his Grand Slam fame. 601
Sensitive, shy Gavin; COMMENT & DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 259
Sir Winston announces his resignation; RETRO REPORT APRIL 6, 1955 - How we covered... 271
Sky News allowed canoeist's email to be hacked. 305
Smith happy despite losing ace Murray. 285
Sobers' six-sixes ball to go under the hammer. 386
SUPPLY STAFF COMPLAINTS. 385
Survey calls for pre-schoolers' TV ban. 211
Swans battling. 149
T.B.C. 463
Taking the Gospel to the world; A year ago, Michael Sheen put Port Talbot on the map when he staged his epic 72-hour drama The Passion. As a big screen feature based on the production premieres in the steel town, Karen Price speaks to producer Eryl Huw Phillips about the challenges the film crew faced. 891
Teachers get millions in compensation payouts; HIGHEST AWARD OF pounds 222,000 FOLLOWING BUS-DOOR ATTACK. 569
The 'villains' of Welsh history; Dr Lloyd Bowen argues the case for Llantrithyd Place as part of our history series debating what, or where, is the most important place in Welsh history. Turn the page for his analysis... 125
THE EVENT. 189
The tumbling bones of the mansion are part of the raw material of our collective past. 2628
theguide 7 days of things to do near you. 1005
THEY SAID WHAT? 193
Thomas hits out over Henson sacking furore; I feel let down, admits Blues supremo Thomas after Henson sacking. 799
Time to take Note. 473
twitter on. 138
Twizy offers fun and funky style; IT MAY LOOK LIKE A MOON BUGGY BUT THE TWIZY IS IDEAL FOR CITY CENTRE DRIVING. 817
United are taking nothing for granted. 266
WEIGHTLIFTING has been an intermittent [...]. 160
Welsh director Price is right to stage a Royal show and make a Major success of Lytham Open. 1618
Woman jailed for taking holiday while on jury duty. 290
Work starts to protect flowers in danger of extinction; CONSERVATION MOVE TO SAVE THREATENED FLORA. 572
Wye, Usk and Ebbw run low - but little risk of ban; USE WATER SPARINGLY IS KEY MESSAGE TO PROTECT SUPPLY. 807
Yeti targets young drivers; LIMITED EDITION SKODA YETI WILL BE WELCOMED BY THE ST YLE-CONSCIOUS. 353

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