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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (March 9, 2012)

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'Deceitful' loans company has its licence revoked; OFT FOUND YES LOANS HAD MISLED SOME CUSTOMERS. 656
'I love going to Italy but Wales is my home ... so when you ask me who I'm crying for, it's a no-brainer - it's Wales, Wales, Wales' ACTOR SAYS HE'LL BE BACKING THE COUNTRY HE CALLS HOME. 921
'It's a lot more darker and delves more into the world backstage' After his success in the 25th anniversary touring production of Les Miserables, John Owen-Jones is opening the new Phantom tour in the title role. Karen Price asks him what audiences can expect. 817
'Six of our brothers have fallen. It has been a sad day' - commanding officer pays tribute to comrades. 511
'Six of our brothers have fallen. It has been a sad day' -. 276
'Writing the book reminded me that life is good, despite the setbacks' TheBIGInterview In her new autobiography, Taut Strings, harpist Elinor Bennett Wigley recalls a life filled with happiness yet tainted with family tragedy. She talks to Emily Woodrow about being a mother, musician and politician's wife. 1921
5 reasons why the Swans shouldn't fear Mancini's Man City this time. 820
a sound reaction daveowens. 487
Alcohol worry for older generation; FIGURES SHOW THOSE OVER 45 CONSUME THE MOST ALCOHOL. 676
All at sea; The sea is ever-present in the latest exhibition at Pure Art in Milford Haven, which marks Mike Jones' first venture into West Wales. He tells Jenny White about his newfound fascination with fishing. 832
Andrews admits to 'mistakes' in drive to improve school standards; WELCOME FOR EDUCATION MINISTER'S CHANGE IN TONE. 615
Answering your motoring issues; JONATHAN WILKINS The Motoring Solicitor. 470
As powerful as ever after 130 years; REVIEW: A Doll's House, Clwyd Theatr Cymru, Mold. 386
BA shows senior customers how Rhoose maintains its big jets. 342
Banner's achievement; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES COMMENT & DEBATE. 311
Birthday boy Charteris is aiming to celebrate in real style. 636
BMW lifts the lid on its limited edition M3. 230
Boost for economy as figures show 13.8% increase in exports last year; HART SAYS STATISTICS PROVE THAT SUPPORT IS PAYING OFF. 781
Boulders from Norway bring protection after 16 years. 296
Bowe has dig at the Ospreys. 163
Carlin has to regroup for her bid. 235
Celebrate your unsung heroes at awards night. 748
Champion says No to light war on spotty teens; TOWLER ATTACKS CITY'S PLAN TO HIT ANTI-SOCIAL LOITERERS. 617
CITY MARKET REPORT. 431
CLARIFICATIONS AND CORRECTIONS. Correction notice 153
Concern at flood risk to nuclear power stations; SOME SITES WILL BE UNDER WATER IN 100 YEARS. 897
culturevulture; Rhian Williams. 279
Daytrippers bring pounds 3bn. 105
Designs on the new Phantom; The Phantom Of The Opera is as famous for its design as its beautiful score. As the 25th anniversary tour prepares to open, Karen Price asks set designer Paul Brown how he went about such an important task. 733
DIGEST. 267
Director wants Wales to control passenger duty. 325
Drought leaves 13 million on the brink; WORLDBULLETINS. 109
Family left 'devastated' after hostage murdered. 667
FAMILY'S STORY HAS COME FULL CIRCLE AS YOUNG STARS HEAD TO ACADEMY TO PURSUE RUGBY CAREERS. 385
filmreviewsextra. 272
fivelive on this week's to-do list. 265
Fun for all the family in 3008; PEUGEOT'S CROSSOVER 3008 OFFERS OUTSTANDING VERSATILITY AND VALUE. 505
I'm glad to say I'm in good company regarding music. 723
I'm no diver, I'm just trying to avoid getting hurt, insists ace Bale. 355
I'm staying to further Test career - Wales star Davies; Davies: I'm staying with Scarlets to further Test career. 824
Inspect contents of your children's medicine, urges new research; EXPERTS WARN OF RISK TO LIVER Parents warned over paracetamol dangers. 972
Investment may be just the ticket to get our rail system up to speed; Western Mail. 434
IRB end dispute as they rule that Shingler can only play for Wales; SIX NATIONS aroundthecountries. 134
It's show time for Citroen; FRENCH GIANT WILL SHOW OFF ITS TRULY CREATIVE SIDE WITH IMPRESSIVE LINE-UP. 301
Johnson stays as Wolves skipper, despite run-in with boss. 313
karenprice inside track. 385
Key US patent for healthcare firm. 215
Lessons have to be learned so Bank decision isn't repeated. 884
Lib Dem leader critical over waiting times. 330
Lib Dem leader in unity call to party. 179
Life on Mars ...but not as we know it; Disney is back on the big screen with an adaptation of The Princess of Mars. But Graham Young isn't convinced by the new version. 626
Lowest-ranked schools to get pounds 10,000 to help improve standards. 279
Man shot by police had no weapons; UKBULLETINS. 108
Miller vows to rediscover his scoring touch and fire Cardiff promotion bid. 799
Missing Madoc; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES COMMENT & DEBATE. 134
Mobility or transport? YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES COMMENT & DEBATE. 191
Monday is D-Day for Kauto Star. 212
More pain for savers as interest rates held. 342
More than half back presumed donation of organs; BUT POCKETS OF OPPOSITION WILL OPPOSE CHANGE IN LAW. 653
MORNINGSERIAL. 418
MP calls for fresh debate on Afghanistan campaign. 337
Mum's site gives kid's items a second chance. 474
O'Brien is the latest casualty as Ireland take on Scotland; SIX NATIONS aroundthecountries. 141
Peak-time train passengers face increase in fares; GOVERNMENT WANTS PEOPLE TO TRAVEL AT QUIETER TIMES. 636
Pinsent expecting gold strike in Welsh rowing. 788
Plaid Cymru MP welcomes Prime Minister's pledge over stalking law. 457
Plaid slams 'two-party dictatorship'. 255
Price war success for Morrisons. 244
Priestland all set to exorcise English ghosts and repay the faith of Gatland. 883
Project X (18, 87 mins) [...]. 252
Public transport needs support; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES COMMENT & DEBATE. 278
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 145
Rail change needed COMMENT & DEBATE; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES COMMENT & DEBATE. 152
Report into baby's death criticises social services. 324
RETRO REPORT; Dating techniques put years on fossil skeleton. 281
ROAD TO LONDON 2012; Welsh hopefuls in action this week. 195
Role reversal; Many children are forced to grow up quickly when a parent is addicted to drugs or alcohol. Karen Price looks at a new play which deals with their plight. 786
Rooney double can't save United from home horror. 230
Rowlands is unconcerned with player drain. 693
Sensational display in Spain by teen Chloe. 206
Shelter Cymru Junior Championship is all set to be another big hit in 2012. 272
Shorter courses part of Media Wales' offerings. 441
Six young soldiers killed by Taliban in Helmand are named; WARRIOR VEHICLE HIT BY AN IMPROVISED EXPLOSIVE DEVICE. 878
Spotlight on Atos; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES COMMENT & DEBATE. 138
St David's Day; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES COMMENT & DEBATE. 159
Swansea and Gower give a big welcome to citizens of Manchester; MARKETING CAMPAIGN SELLS THE CITY AND COAST TO FANS. 598
T.B.C. 420
THE CATEGORIES. 470
THE EVENT. 141
THE HISTORY. 156
The modern word; Welsh National Opera is launching a programme of work in North Wales with a new oratorio. Librettist Menna Elfyn tells Karen Price how a centuries-old tale inspired her. 793
The Phantom Returns; (and we have an exclusive ticket offer). 196
There was a fuss because of my age but now they say I am a good writer; WESTERN MAIL TO SERIALISE FIRST BOOK IN TRILOGY. 716
THEY SAID WHAT? 201
Thomas hits back. 130
Thomas is gunning for world glory. 118
Thousands turn out to see royals as jubilee tour gets underway. 823
Trouble at the Toon as fans vent their anger. 129
Uni merger an 'attack on freedom' EXPERT SAYS THAT IT WOULD BE LIKE A FORCED MARRIAGE. 594
Union anger at unpaid holiday plan; COUNCIL PROPOSAL IS SETTING A 'DANGEROUS PRECEDENT'. 603
Up, up and away for VW. 357
Utilities company powering ahead after acquisition; TAKEOVER OF METER FIRM SET TO CREATE 70 NEW JOBS. 609
VW's powerful new Golf; NEW GOLF SOFT TOP IS PACKED WITH CLASSIC GTI DESIGN FEATURES AND MORE. 271
Walker Cup hero Rhys set for tee-time in St Andrews. 564
We are nearly there. We have put in a huge amount of effort. 501
Welsh fans have their say on regional crisis. 670
Welsh Government slammed as Green Bank bid is rejected; HART 'VERY DISAPPOINTED' AS EDINBURGH CHOSEN AS BASE. 639
West has the edge for the big action. 371
White and Smith in the frame for the new England set-up; SIX NATIONS aroundthecountries. 166
Whittingham Premier class, says Bluebirds newcomer Lawrence. 775
Xandao magic is too much for Mancini's men against Sporting. 435
Youngsters look for happy return north. 165

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