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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (February 7, 2012)

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'Refine Glastir or many face a loss of income' UNION WANTS RETURN TO LFA AS 40% SHUN 'COMPLEX' SCHEME. 573
35 chasing each place to be a GE Aviation apprentice. 305
A golden opportunity to manage a rare mine. 325
Benefits of drink; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 510
Bennett is spellbound by magic of backs. 316
Big boys' toys; Want to live large but don't have the space? Well, let Nathan Bevan show you some ways to get king-sized fun from the compact and bijou. 293
Biscuit base. 183
Bradley braced for the inevitable citing. 205
BRYN'S SPECIAL GREEN MENU. Recipe 785
Cancer treatment hope in how cells get zinc. 361
Capello to meet FA over Terry decision. 320
CHAT TO MALKY. 107
Church bells for canal's 200th; COUNTRYnewsbulletin. 167
CITYMARKETREPORT. 449
CLARIFICATIONS AND CORRECTIONS. Correction notice 153
Contador's two-year suspension. 252
Council meetings live online. 151
Council tax help set to be offered to vulnerable. 341
David Miliband calls for action over looming youth unemployment 'crisis' NEETS INCREASING FASTEST IN WALES, HIS COMMISSION FINDS. 901
Deputy Minister's View ALUN DAVIES. 353
Desperate search for 'quake victims; WORLDBULLETINS. 102
Disabled face greater threat of hate crimes, charities fear; WARNING OVER 'SCROUNGER RHETORIC' OF UK GOVERNMENT. 695
Energy from the sea; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 171
England preparation was not good enough - Flower. 736
Farmers' co-op 'exports' liquid gold to leading supermarket over the border; 'IT'S BETTER FOR YOU THAN OLIVE OIL'. 758
FARMING comment. 203
Forecasters warn biting cold to last all month. 419
From this... to this... SWANS ALL SET TO ESCAPE FREEZING FEBRUARY IN WALES WITH A SUNSHINE TRIP TO TENERIFE. 659
Government should not fund charities; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 466
Greig out to solve Scottish problems. 320
Hague demands a united response to Syrian violence. 769
Harris tipped to make a big impact with the Bluebirds. 578
Hearing told of teacher's 'shocking posts on Facebook about drinking' WOMAN REPRIMANDED OVER HER PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT. 660
Helping nature to thrive. 258
How to... ... be polite; Debrett's, the modern authority on all things etiquette, is on Twitter - no excuse for social tardiness, followers. Here's what wisdom they've been tweeting. 329
i can't live without... I can't live without... WE ASK THE WOMEN OF WALES WHICH PRIZE POSSESSIONS THEY TREASURE MOST. 318
I just know it felt like the right time to call it a day - legend Shane. 1033
Important role of Welsh farming. 281
Inquiry calls for new law to tackle stalking. 350
Irish captain proved to be dearly missed. 438
Islamist group ruled out suicide attacks; FANATICS HAD PLANS FOR A FUTURE OF TERRORISM. 703
Jones signs a new deal with his Ospreys side. 163
Lifetime involvement in racing helped to bring out the cham mpion who would go riding after a day at school; turf talk. 808
market report. 1083
Midnight deadline for six bidders on the tail of Peacock; BUT STILL POSSIBLE NONE WILL PROCEED WITH CONSIDERED BIDS. 568
MORNINGSERIAL. 361
Mortgage rates drop to lowest average in 14 years. 337
Natural feed supplement set to boost dairy industry with healthy premium milk all year round. 519
New London office will exploit economic opportunity for Wales, says Government. 349
Nieto helped Gill be a prop star in famous Welsh win over Ireland. 557
Oslo mass killer: 'I deserve a medal'. 316
Pant-astic day at school for the Diamond Queen. 237
Pink rules; The case of Sasha Lawton, the little boy being brought up 'gender-neutral' by his parents, has divided opinion on the role of gender in parenting. Should it make us question the way we introduce children to clothes - and do we need to move towards a world without blue and pink divides? Are we letting our little girls down by dressing them head-to-toe in the girliest colour of all? Two mums debate. 1142
Police get tough on drugs with raids. 141
Private equity fund in pounds 8.5m aerospace deal; PACKAGE WILL ALLOW A BUYOUT BY MANAGEMENT. Company overview 588
Proposals to cut red tape 'need acting on quickly'. 294
Puppy love; Dan Tyte's mum has fallen head over heels. He's just hoping the object of her affection won't make a mess on the carpet ... 850
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 119
Report reveals relatives 'excluded from helping patients with meals' CATERING SERVICES IN HOSPITALS 'INCONSISTENT'. 876
Report to lay bare the true costs of PFI to UK taxpayers. 696
RETRO REPORT; Calculators start to click in classrooms. 285
Scott's trek inspires centenary composition. 418
Self-discovery, and life's burning issues; PREVIEW: Avenue Q, New Theatre, Cardiff. 358
Sheen takes starring role in drama as another controversial real-life figure; ACTOR WILL PLAY 'SEX RESEARCHER' ON US TV SHOW. 533
SIX NATIONS TEAM OF THE WEEK. 303
Smoking ban to be relaxed in Wales during TV filming? BID TO PREVENT PRODUCTIONS FILMING IN ENGLAND INSTEAD. 701
Society's awful attitude to the old has to change; Giving people a dignified old age is crucial in our approach to care, writes Baroness Finlay of Llandaff, who is patron of Age Concern Cardiff and the Vale. 907
Son calls for improvements following ambulance delays; MOTHER'S DEATH SPARKS A PETITION TO THE ASSEMBLY. 595
Spring into a good book; From debut campus novels to baking recipes that helped one of our favourite authors beat depression, Waterstones share their top 20 books for your new season reading list. 1616
Suarez returns, but Liverpool left frustrated in push for top four. 268
Super skin fixes; It's cold out there, so give your skin the best protection before you step outside today. 407
Surge in out-of-work young can 'scar' Wales. 185
Swan Bodde is facing third knee operation after latest blow. 276
Talking WM sense. 494
Taylor fears for racial complaints. 183
Team-mates full of praise for their shining North star; 'Unreal' talent is the complete wing, says Hook. 650
Tesco Bank delays launch of its current account until next year. 142
The farmer's friend; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 183
THEY SAID WHAT? 186
This week we'll be mostly.... 197
Thom's career on track. 136
Thomas drops out of Plaid leadership race; 'OUTSIDER' WITHDRAWS AND BACKS ELIN JONES. 795
Top chef Bryn creates 'green' menu to mark Earth Hour. 703
Tributes to cyclist killed in collision. 220
Veteran prop Adam trying to keep a lid on George-mania sweeping rugby. 653
Vettel seeks same again. 143
Wales' high streets have the highest rate of vacant shops; FLY-POSTERS AND PROPERTIES STANDING EMPTY 'HURT CITY'. 633
Warning to farmers over BVD threat to livestock. 367
WAYOUTWEST. 451
We need leaders who are wise and who are the best stewards of our finances; Western Mail. 442
We try, you buy. 281
Welsh firm lands US health contract. 179
Welsh rivers back on the road to recovery; MINING CREATED WEALTH BUT ALSO DESTROYED FISH STOCKS angling. 893
Welsh wizard North ready for life as a marked man. 598
Whether a tip or a spear, it's a tackle that's dangerous; Nearly four months have passed since the "tip-tackle" became a common term in the vocabulary of anyone who loves Welsh rugby. Sion Morgan explains that even though many of us have chosen to try to erase that stomach-churning memory of Sam Warburton in the World Cup semi-final, it remains an area of the game which needs much more clarity. 1031
Whisky bidding to be the toast of Cheltenham. 361
Who will pay? & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 289
WIN TICKETS TO WATCH WALES v SCOTLAND WITH SWALEC. 384

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