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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (November 10, 2012)

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'I felt that I had a pretty good eye for things. I've not really looked back' After running a successful art gallery in Llandeilo for eight years, Richard Braine is preparing to open a second business in Cardiff. Despite tough economic times, he tells Karen Price why the time's right. 790
'Sometimes you have to leap into the unknown' It's been a year since TV presenter Kate Humble bought a run-down farm in Monmouthshire with a view to bringing it back to life. She tells Abbie Wightwick about her first year in business and why Wales is the perfect place to strip off and get back to nature... in more ways than one. 1722
'The day Bill Clinton told me he was a flanker'. 967
'The life story of a man whose energy left me breathless' READ 1 Journalist and author Dean Powell (inset) is considered the expert on the life of Dr William Price, a surgeon and pioneer of cremation. He recalls how his fascination for this notorious character developed into the first extensive biography of the Archdruid AUTHOR'S NOTES. 1031
'We will not be able to eradicate ash disease' ENVIRONMENT SECRETARY IS STILL HOPEFUL FOR FUTURE. 782
'You're the reason I now have to take my wife on rugby trips...' ... so thanks for that, Carolyn Hitt - and for pointing out that Wales Play In Red. On the eve of the publication of her first rugby book, the journalist from Llwynypia explains her life-long fascination with the sport and why it was so important to her to make the back pages a more female-friendly place to linger. 2521
7 worth staying in for. 912
A note from Max Boyce. 305
A wish for Welsh; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 296
ACULTURALWEEKEND; How I'll spend the next 48 hours. 260
Adkins demands a fighting spirit from his Saints. 561
Alun Wyn resists French leave as he focuses instead upon unfinished business in Wales. 1183
Another 5,000 Syrians flee across border; WORLDBULLETINS. 114
Archbishop in waiting optimistic for future of Church. 841
ARTS newsbulletin. 382
Beale aims to fire up stuttering Dragons; LV= Cup. 202
Boro roar their way to top of the Championship. 252
Business awards celebrate brightest and best in Wales; WINNERS OF 9 CATEGORIES NAMED AT CEREMONY. Company overview 806
Candidates get ready for final push as by-election decision day nears; LABOUR HAS HELD POWER IN CONSTITUENCY SINCE 1983. 661
Car parts plant to close with loss of 200 jobs; ITALIAN OWNERS BLAME POOR TRADE AND SPIRALLING COSTS. 478
Carter focused on top All Blacks show. 279
CHAPTER & VERSE. 493
City law firm set to open new office in Wales. 327
Cleverly's out to snare Hawk and live the American dream. 774
Co-stars pay tribute to Street legend Tarmey. 684
Collectors' fair in Newport. 137
Complaints made to Ofcom after Schofield's 'paedophile list stunt'. 962
Currying flavour; Actress and super chef Madhur Jaffrey is back on our screens, 30 years after she popularised authentic Indian home cooking in the West EAT. 1073
Cut councillors' pay; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 145
Davies has something to celebrate at last. 374
Deans pinning his faith in Beale. 241
Dear mum, thank you for everything you have done for me...have a nice time being an angel; TRIBUTES TO WOMAN WHO WAS KILLED IN VAN INCIDENT. 586
Demeaning council; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 162
Digital landscapes lie just beyond the body. 233
Don't fear the seasonal slump. 255
Dragons' Morrell out to hit bullseye. 318
Driving ban an insult to my wife's memory, says widower; LACK OF CUSTODIAL SENTENCE BRANDED AS 'A SICK JOKE'. 603
Dylan Thomas Prize judges predict a glittering future for talented young author; CALIFORNIAN WRITER WINS AWARD WITH DEBUT NOVEL. 743
Dyson and ex-monk Nirat top leaderboard. 192
Easy win for Murray. 128
EMYR PIERCE The Property Doctor. 611
England must deliver, says Farrell. 245
Entertainment guide for the week ahead. 801
Essential ingredients for your festive feast; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 419
Family films. 217
Fans danger for Cardiff Blues. 154
Fenby is cooking up Scarlets success; LV= Cup. 247
Ferdinand is not getting carried away at United. 507
FILMS top 10. 409
Finn gives England a timely lift. 238
First-timers 25% of home buyers; MONEY, MONEY, MONEY. 451
FIVE FABULOUS; ...ways to say COME ON WALES! 156
FIXIT. 198
Flea market finds inspire actress Joanna's Moroccan-themed living room; CATHY OWEN Favourite room. 721
Flower power; Making poppies part of your life and home every day of the year. 182
Foreign languages suffer from Welsh; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 295
Former royal harpist set for concerts with BBC National Orchestra of Wales. 254
FRIDAY. 328
GAIR I GALL. 542
Gala concert celebrates gift for up-and-coming musicians and singers; It's 10 years since a major award for young singers and musicians was launched. As the countdown begins to a gala concert to celebrate the Kenneth Loveland Gift, Karen Price finds out more about it and speaks to three past winners. 571
Gala concert celebrates gift for up-and-coming musicians and singers; It's 10 years since a major award for young singers and musicians was launched. As the countdown begins to a gala concert to celebrate the Kenneth Loveland Gift, Karen Price finds out more about it and speaks to three past winners. 892
Go to tinsel town this Christmas; No Christmas would be the same without piles of presents under the tree, but the tired old decorations may need some TLC. Gabrielle Fagan suggests four modern ways to trim your tree. 772
GREEN SCENE; GROW. 896
Halfpenny opens up on the mind games behind getting his kicks with Wales. 1316
He was one of the hardest tacklers in the game, some said he was dirty, but he was just hard. Nobody took liberties with old Fred Keenor... 2511
Her anoddach na'r Chwe Gwlad. 317
HER LOOK FOR LESS. 148
Homes to roost in; The National Wetland Centre Wales in Llanelli has started weekend birdwatching events. Kirstie McCrum selects properties in areas that are good for 'twitchers'. 316
Honouring The Fallen; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 539
Hornby derailed by Olympics stock. 112
Hudson calls for big Cardiff response after Charlton collapse. 349
I'M SORRY; Peer is not man who abused me, says Welsh child abuse victim. 998
Insurance links inquiries. 177
INTHEGALLERY. 125
It's all going on. 106
It's hard to compete with true love; REVIEW: Dirty Dancing, Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff. 390
It's truly wonderful to come back to the hospital... you cannot help but be moved by some of the stories and their battles; HOLLYWOOD STAR REVEALS FACILITY'S NEW NAME. 631
Jol confirms Fulham contract talks. 349
Levein's shock at sacking timing. 313
Line's subsidy is PS96 per extra fare; MINISTER URGES MORE PEOPLE TO USE SERVICE TO FISHGUARD. 734
Llanelli derby success moves them up table. 187
Mackay sticking by his Bluebirds as they aim to enjoy more home comforts. 1148
Mae Alys yn ol i'n herio. 800
Marketing the Christmas spirit; The quality and range of goods on offer at Germany's Christmas markets is simply breathtaking, Laura Wurzal discovered during a visit to one historic region. And a glass of warming Gluhwein is never far away... 1284
Men 'knocked down like a bowling ball knocking over pins in an alley' TAXI DRIVER TARGETED GROUP AFTER ARGUMENT, COURT TOLD. 880
Minister in demand for classroom excellence. 182
MISSED IT? DON'T MISS OUT Rachel Mainwaring; week WATCH. 656
MONDAY. 261
Morgans spark fine Ospreys victory; LV= Cup. 398
MORNINGSERIAL. 402
MYHEALTH; RUPERT QUINEY, 22, LIVES IN CARDIFF BAY. THE 6FT 4IN SPORTSMAN HAS JUST SIGNED A CONTRACT TO PLAY FOR THE CARDIFF DEVILS ICE HOCKEY TEAM. 465
NEW FROM WALES. 171
NICOLA WILKES A question of design www.walesathome.co.uk. 427
O'Connor double in vain for County. 358
Obama's offering hope but it may be too early to hitch up to a US recovery wagon; CONCERNS REMAIN ABOUT THE RISKS POSED BY 'FISCAL CLIFF'. 1347
Paul Morgans; The actor has gone from Pobol y Cwm and edgy drama Llwyth to playing new character Dylan in the second series of Alys. But his heart really belongs to the 'comedy' of Downton Abbey and the heat of the Great British Bake Off kitchen. 719
Permission to speak; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 105
Phelan demands Pumas hit the ground running and rock Howley's men. 637
Phillips is key to Wales' game plan and our best player, so it's an error to leave him out. 956
Planning ahead is the key to ensuring a successful project. 578
POUNDNOTES. 616
Pumas star Lobbe has proved himself a real giant of the world game. 1039
Putting the colour into autumn; GARDEN RULES. 685
Quick quiz. 103
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 153
Remembering the past. 404
RETRO REPORT; Uncertainty follows death of Brezhnev. 277
Rising visitor numbers to successful Llandeilo. 236
Satellite smasher. 160
SATURDAY. 279
Scott aims to make the most of big chance. 466
SECONDGLANCE. 470
Sexton calls on next generation to shine. 241
Shaun laments losing two ministers of Welsh defence. 401
Small school builds motivated children; ADVERTISING FEATURE. 407
Snap up a property bargain; Offers on Bridgend homes for Christmas. 418
So, Mr Andrews, what lessons have you learned this week? As Leighton Andrews picks through his losses, Education Correspondent Gareth Evans reflects on a bad week for Wales' outspoken Education Minister. 958
soap WATCH. 317
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Squeezed Tata acts to become 'all-weather business'. 325
State of the nation prompts an uneasy Welsh feeling ahead of autumn opener. 1439
STRAIGHT OFF THE VINE A delicate aromatic white probably isn't the best choice here whereas a rib-sticking red is more on the money. 620
Style and seclusion make a real family home. 834
Summons for van driver over Wiggins incident. 282
SUNDAY. 295
Swansea plan gets warm welcome from locals. 247
TAKE3; What can you get for your money across Wales right now? We've found three properties from different price ranges which may suit your budget. 314
TAKE4. 364
THE FIRST WORD; FRONTLINES. 772
THEFITFILES. 218
THEY SAID WHAT? 186
THIS MUCH I KNOW; OPINION. 725
THURSDAY. 286
Tremmel glad he stayed at Swans after being handed his big chance. 1083
TUESDAY. 293
Tug-of-love children to meet High Court judge. 449
TWITTERATI; On and off screen, X Factor judge Nicole Scherzinger always manages to look incredible - we think she has one of the best bods in showbiz. This is probably the most demure we've ever seen her, dressed in head-to-toe black with teasing slash detail that at first glance appears to be skin-baring strips. We like it, but what do you think? 140
UK stopping aid to booming India. 476
Wales can make most of early festive spirit. 223
Wales tipped to put woes behind them and get off to autumn flier. 898
WATERSTONES TOP 10. 144
We design support to help individuals into suitable, sustainable employment; Unemployment remains at dangerously high levels. But, argues Marcella Maxwell, the answer to tackling the problems lies not in focusing on what people can't do, but what they can. 777
WEDNESDAY. 304
weekend movie WATCH. 968
WELLBEING WM Edited by: Rachel Mainwaring rachel.mainwaring@mediawales.co.uk. Recipe 316
Welsh programme linking graduates with industry can bring benefits to wider world. 876
Western Mail; Justin Welby takes office with a truly modern experience of being a Christian. 447
When doing time flies; drama WATCH From Life On Mars to life behind bars, actor John Simm switches to the other side of the law in his latest drama for Channel 4 which took a staggering five years to film. 680
When life's not always a Cabaret; Will Young has enjoyed 10 years of success since he won Pop Idol but he's still battling his demons. 883
When Puma meets Dragon we're in for a night of passion. 1187
Why fitness is still so important to me; When Gareth Thomas stopped playing rugby, he was determined to keep in shape. He tells Rachel Mainwaring why he was inspired to make a fitness DVD, how he keeps motivated and how he'll always miss life on the field. 1025
Winning the election was the easy bit - now for the hard part. 395
WORD OUT; READ 2. 549
Wynnstay extending its activities into Oxfordshire. 213
Y SILFF LYFRAU. 390

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