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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (March 31, 2012)

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'Backlash' fear over tougher mortgage questions. 354
'Cockney' Cruddas just too OTT for TV's The Thick of It! 299
'Disgruntled' hacker wrecked employer's computer systems; WEB DESIGNER CAUSED pounds 14,000 WORTH OF DAMAGE TO WEBSITES, COURT TOLD. 619
'Granny tax' highlights the importance of using tax-free asset shelters; Jeremy Gates looks at the nation's money issues and offers advice on the next step for savers following the Budget announcement. 1532
'Hoy Hill' is lined up for Olympics. 189
'Mercy killer' acted dishonestly - GMC. 230
'Scarce' 2012 tickets easily available through other EU sources; They were massively oversubscribed in the initial ballot, yet tickets to the London Olympics are available at just the click of a buttoqn on websites in other countries, reports Ciaran Jones. 844
'We shall die like gentlemen' - Scott's moving farewell letter sells at auction for pounds 163,250; POLAR EXPLORER PUT PEN TO PAPER AS HE FROZE TO DEATH. 484
A new dawn for Wales. 167
A pyjama game for Potter star Grint and his fans. 401
A silver lining. 418
A sweet Belgian treat; As high-speed trains open Europe up to tourists, Sarah O'Meara takes a ride to Ghent and discovers a perfect weekend break. 1284
A visit to an art gallery was to be the first step on the way to a retired accountant turning professional artist; Seven years ago an exhibition by Sir Kyffin Williams inspired David Barnes to learn to paint. Now he has been given a solo show at the gallery where he first saw the late artist's work. Jenny White hears how he transformed his life. 762
AAcriticises 'stupid' actions of motorists hoarding petrol. 472
Abandon nuclear; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES & COMMENT DEBATE. 156
ACULTURALWEEKEND; How I'll spend the next 48 hours. 256
Aguero's 'stupid' injury rocks City boss Mancini. 254
Although Wylfa looks 'positive' the UK's energy outlook is bleak. 1105
Arsenal boss with no second thoughts just yet ahead of trip to Rangers. 616
Artist's images of industrial heritage saved for posterity; LOTTERY FUNDS USED TO BUY FALCON HILDRED COLLECTION. 965
ASK JOHN. 259
Beck out to make up for lost time after his Wales watching brief. 791
Brailsford after GB pointers. 226
Brendan's not sunk his claws [...]. 162
Broad injury creates England selection dilemma for Colombo. 562
Call for 'Jerry Can Maude' to resign after blaze injury; WOMAN SUFFERS BURNS WHILE DECANTING FUEL IN KITCHEN. 944
Cardiff Bay is on the right track, says economist; PROFESSOR OPTIMISTIC ABOUT PRIVATE SECTOR EXPANSION. 518
Cardiff star spells out the need for three points. 331
City homes most affordable for almost a decade. 325
CITYMARKETREPORT. 467
CLARIFICATIONS AND CORRECTIONS. Correction notice 156
contents. 187
CORONATION STREET. 191
Cracking good style! Celebrate Easter with eggstra-special home decorations and table settings. 330
Crimes against children not being reported. 367
CWFFIO CAWELL S4C, Dydd Iau, 9pm. 130
CYMRAEG Pam nad yw pawb yn talu trethi? 601
Dalglish rails against the desire for instant success. 227
Darlows launch property search by text service. 262
DECONSTRUCT HERLOOK FORLESS. 175
Did secret agents cover up the demise of spy found dead in holdall? CORONER TOLD SPECIALISTS IN 'DARK ARTS' MAY BE TO BLAME. 682
DIGITAL; We've scoured the digital and satellite channels to pick five unmissable shows. 704
Don't be late to make the most of your ISA; MONEY, MONEY, MONEY Kate Murray, savings manager at Principality Building Society talks ISA deadlines as April 5 approaches. 371
DON'T MIND YOUR Ps & Qs; Actress Janet Aethwy hasn't starred in television drama for some years - but has made an immediate impression in her new role as deputy head in S4C drama series Gwaith/Cartref. 436
Don't panic; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES & COMMENT DEBATE. 180
Draper returns from his Olympic heroics for semi. 449
Duo found guilty of conspiring to assault Celtic boss; & UK WORLD. 320
EASTENDERS. 166
Easter extravaganza of Welsh Pottery at Carmarthen Fair. 515
Edinburgh telling his players to forget final. 364
Effort to make Wales a country of sanctuary gets Jones' support; FIRST MINISTER'S WELCOME IN PRINCIPLE TO BE UK'S FIRST. 677
EMMERDALE. 172
EMYR PIERCE The Property Doctor. 742
England in talks to reunite trio of coaches. 347
Entertainment guide for the week ahead. 1004
EXERCISE OF THE WEEK; with Sport Wales. 208
Family hoping murder accused will get better; & UK WORLD. 632
FILMGUIDE. 4297
FILMS top 10. 425
Finland shows the way on university mergers. 703
FIRSTWORD Abbie. 528
FOCUS ON OUR MISSION: MPs. 206
Fuel bill for SMEs rises by pounds 1m in a month. 322
Funding boost for Connect. 304
GARDENING. 902
Gatland's priority; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES & COMMENT DEBATE. 317
Geldards adds environment to its official panels' portfolio. 215
Getting your daily dose of vitamin D; For years we've been told to cover up in the sun and slap on the factor 50 to protect ourselves against skin cancer. But with cases of the crippling children's bone disease rickets being seen in Wales, it seems the safe-sun message could be leaving us with vitamin D deficiencqy. Rachel Mainwaring reports. 994
GOOD FRIDAY. 265
GOVERNMENT GETS BLAME FOR CRISIS. 490
Government U-turn on plans to slash funding to bus services across Wales. 357
HEALTH SOS. 248
Historic landmark residence by the river; We like.... Landmark overview 460
Hits galore from five decades of music; PREVIEW: The Searchers, venues throughout Wales. 337
Hold firm on the smoking ban; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES & COMMENT DEBATE. 278
How a village family provided some of the foundation stones for our modern Wales. 2590
Hudson's craving another crack at the big-time after Palace appetiser. 538
I've just had one of the most fortunate lives imaginable; He couldn't speak English until he was five and his family were poor Polish immigrants who settled in Cardiff. So how did Leszek Borysiewicz become a top doctor and 345th vice-chancellor of the University of Cambridge? Abbie Wightwick discovers more about his 'chaotic' career plan. 2187
If the figures do not add up, it's down to the Government to explain why; Western Mail. 469
In-form Donaldson looks the man to beat in Sicilian Open. 526
INTHEGALLERY. 126
It's time for grilling and chilling! ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 365
It's win-or-bust in the play-off race - Hudson; BLUEBIRDS SKIPPER SPELLS OUT THE IMPORTANCE OF BEATING MILLWALL. 528
Japanese designs for life in a fragile world. 244
Jones hopes Rovers return will be memorable. 257
Juliet's beloved kitchen took inspiration from all corners; ABBIE WIGHTWICK Favourite room. 786
Kate - Cofiant Kate Roberts 1891-1985. 358
Laidlaw's late kick thwarts Scarlets. 272
Lambert not relaxing yet in survival quest. 188
Language 'respect' YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES & COMMENT DEBATE. 196
LATE DEALS. 363
Leanne's challenges; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES & COMMENT DEBATE. 205
Link your home with your garden. 364
Living a life of luxury; With BBC One Wales' The Syndicate on television, lottery discussions seem ever more pertinent. Kirstie McCrum selects homes for big winners with money to spend. 674
Low-fee university rocked by 20% public funding cut. 393
Mackay demanding cool heads from his City stars in heat of battle for play-offs. 1189
Mad about fashion; Channel your inner Joan Harris with dresses to get you into the swing of Mad Men's Sixties style. 208
Man caught carrying bear paw at airport; WORLDBULLETINS. 102
Miller time could be right in Cardiff crunch; WINNINGLINE The best bets and the best odds for the sporting weekend. 330
MINDMATTERS. 510
Ministers criticise culture of council's top staff; PEMBROKESHIRE AUTHORITY STILL 'CAUSE FOR CONCERN'. 579
MoD waives its right to QinetiQ veto. 342
MONDAY. 321
Money outranks breeding in entitlement stakes as we covet the rich and famous; ELAINE MORGAN The pensioner. 731
MORNINGSERIAL. 402
Moyes all smiles as he goes sweet on Toffees. 240
Musical's an excuse for some mad-cap Monkee-ing around - all for Davy Jones; A new musical based on the story of hit band The Monkees is premiering this weekend with Welshman Ben Evans playing the late Davy Jones. He takes a break from rehearsals to tell Karen Price all about it. 870
MYHEALTH; Sandie Guppy, 43, is the co-owner of The Fig Tree, Penarth, and is busy launching the restaurant as a wedding venue. 313
MYTELLY. 546
NICOLA WILKES A question of design. 547
Norovirus blamed for school closure; WALES newsbulletin. 110
ONCE UPON A TIME Five, tomorrow, 8pm. 159
once you meet a chimp your life changes; Did you know that Wales has a monkey sanctuary? We do - and the Swansea Valley centre is leading the way in rescuing many types of unwanted animals, especially primates. Abbie Wightwick hangs out with the apes and the remarkable couple who came to their rescue. 3252
POBOL Y CWM. 169
Pobol: Dyn Talaf y Byd S4C, Dydd Mercher, 9pm. 328
Poet helps explain why there's good reason to rhyme in Welsh work time. 343
POUNDNOTES. 586
Prepared for al fresco dining; YVONNE JONES Interiors. Travel narrative 555
Pressure gauge test in organ solution inquiry. 347
Price cuts warning from meat supplier. 264
Public want scores on the doors. 236
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 145
Racing superstar Frankel set for gallop at Newbury. 207
Realist Rodgers puts out mixed messages after reports of link with Tottenham job; SWANSEA BOSS REITERATES HIS DESIRE FOR TOP PREMIER POST. 1154
Redknapp: Future is bright for Brendan. 301
Relegation battles can help us stay up - Connor. 225
Resurgence of Torres is delighting Di Matteo. 206
Returning Grand Slam stars can't fire Dragons to win over Connacht. 606
RHAGOLWG; NOL AT Y GWROL RYFELWYR S4C, Dydd Iau, 8.25pm. 148
Rivers as low as 1976 after dry March; UKBULLETINS. 108
Rodgers is playing down link with Spurs. 350
Rodgers plays down link with Spurs job. 665
Room on the Left; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES & COMMENT DEBATE. 114
Royal Family remember Queen Mum and Margaret. 308
RSPCA axing jobs as costs rise and income falls. 186
SATURDAY. 276
SECONDGLANCE. 469
Should you move or improve? 476
SILENT WITNESS BBC One, tomorrow, 9pm. 200
Something borrowed, something very blue. 255
Space dogs, pirates and acrobatics to entertain all the family. 355
spotlight on... DAMIAN LEWIS. 300
spotlight on... GILES COREN. 304
spotlight on... GORDON RAMSAY. 280
spotlight on... JASON MANFORD. 306
spotlight on... LEE INGLEBY. 265
spotlight on... OLIVIA COLMAN. 273
spotlight on... SIGOURNEY WEAVER. 259
Spring into Easter with Welsh lamb; If you like your Easter Day lunch to taste sweet, delicate and full of flavour, then plump for some Welsh lamb. Recipe 951
STRAIGHTOFFTHEVINE. 541
Sun sees sales soar, but be prepared for a change in the weather; BARBECUE FOOD AND SUMMER CLOTHES FLY OFF THE SHELVES. 610
SUNDAY. 309
Support for Petrov after Villa man reveals his leukaemia fight. 276
Swans defender Ashley wouldn't like to be in the boots of injury-prone King. 804
TAKE TWO; The only way a very competitive Amanda Byram would do the Total Wipeout course would be for charity - definitely not for fun. 484
Target: QE2; It was the world's most famous cruise liner. But 40 years ago a bomb alert on the Queen Elizabeth 2 would see a Welsh bomb disposal expert take part in one of the most daring British special forces missions since the Second World War. Steve Taylor retells the story. 995
Tearful Williams reveals he's to become a father. 147
Tears as student loses jail appeal over 'vile' tweet; HE INTENDED TO PRODUCE THE EFFECT HE DID, SAYS JUDGE. 660
TELEDU; BRO: LLWYBR YR ARFORDIR S4C, Dydd Mawrth, 8.25pm. 273
THE FALKLANDS: HEALING THE WOUNDS BBC One Wales, Tuesday, 10.35pm. 237
The real chariots of spring. 376
THE UNDATEABLES Channel 4, Tuesday, 9pm. 193
THEINSIDER. 444
THEY SAID WHAT? 200
Three bidders left in for Rangers. 172
THURSDAY. 354
Today's weather: a VAT hot snap! 174
Tombstone at grave of Hitler's parents removed; & UK WORLD. 319
Tory tune could well be changing soon to 'There may be trouble ahead'. 1309
ToryMPwants apology over NHS funding 'cut' BUT WELSH GOVERNMENT SAYS FIGURES GIVE A FALSE PICTURE. 1167
Toy and train sale for Cardiff venue. 241
Transport brokers move to a new site and plan more jobs; 'THERE IS A HUGE MARKET AND VERY FEW PROVIDERS'. Company overview 580
TUESDAY. 351
Ulster in injury blow. 182
Under pounds 500,000. 118
Under pounds 760,000. 133
Understanding the Welsh Antarctic hero frozen out by history; The Welsh polar explorer unfairly blamed for the failure of Scott's 1911 Antarctic expedition is finally getting the recognition he deserves as a hero. Abbie Wightwick speaks to the author of a new book on Edgar Evans. 1357
Vibrant vessels; Display those spring flowers in style with this selection of eye-catching vases, says Gabrielle Fagan. 512
Victorious Galloway in warning to main parties. 454
Wales centre Roberts a big Heineken Cup injury doubt; RABODIRECT PRO 12. 712
Wales shocks football world in style; RETRO REPORT MARCH 31, 1977 - How we covered... 297
WEDNESDAY. 313
Welsh lesson shows England could be in a stew with Stuart. 913
Welsh Premiership. 730
WHAT CAN WE DO TO MAKE SURE WE CAN KEEP THE LIGHTS ON? 411
Widow tells of pity for husband's murderers. 740
Wigan's new self-belief after their Anfield lift. 193
WM; WELLBEING Edited by: Rachel Mainwaring rachel.mainwaring@mediawales.co.uK FOODFOCUS. Recipe 252
WOMEN'SOWN. 556
Wrexham in a show of unity at Cambridge. 362

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