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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (October 17, 2012)

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"It seems that people are beginning to grow in confidence, but growth is going to be slow' THE BIGINTERVIEW Rhodri Evans talks to the most powerful woman in UK banking, Santander UK's chief executive Ana Botin. 1576
'Doubts' highlighted in Skipper killing appeal; POPE'S QC POINTS FINGER AT VICTIM'S ACQUITTED HUSBAND. 576
'Evil' teenage killer King told he may spend the rest of his life behind bars; MURDERER, 19, TOLD 'YOU ARE EXCEPTIONALLY DANGEROUS'. 731
'It will take two decades to fill all doctor posts'. 315
'It's going to be tough to qualify now for Brazil' - Coleman. 628
'New Government of Wales Act needed to stop wrangling over powers'. 753
'We're working hard on customers' trust'. 245
'You've been ripped off and it's your fault' BANKS BLAMING CUSTOMERS OVER FRAUD SCHEMES. 580
15 year jail term for rapist who groomed young girls; PREDATOR'S YOUNGEST VICTIM WAS UNDER 10. 488
a'Our curry helps cure poorest in the Punjab'a[euro]; Diners at one Welsh Indian restaurant are unknowingly helping improve lives thousands of miles away. Sion Morgan found out how dishes served in Swansea are contributing to healthcare in the distant Indian province of Dera Baba Nanak. 691
Appointments to strengthen DTZ's service. 280
Apprenticeship providers vie for honours. 698
Awards recognise employers who put premium on skills; DEPUTY MINISTER IMPRESSED BY STANDARD OF FINALISTS. 821
Bale brilliance not enough this time to keep Wales hopes of finals dream alive; WORLD CUP 2014. 1543
Barlow and Blumenthal head Buckingham Palace Jubilee thanks guest list. 388
Battling Irish spoil the Ronaldo party with a valuable point. 205
Belgium heap more misery on under-fire Scotland boss in Brussels. 756
Big fine for comedian Omid for speeding on the M4; OMID DJALILI CLAIMED HE WAS ON WAY TO ENTERTAIN TROOPS. 457
Blues ace Sweeney planning for a big century celebration. 691
Boss relishes his return to Parc y Scarlets. 359
Brian returns to his roots after a spell in China. 305
Buoyant banks bounce back. 371
Cambodia in mourning for former king; WORLDBULLETINS. 113
Car sales company plans PS1.5m expansion. 153
Celebrating young unsung heroes who give so much; This month, the Pride of Britain Awards will again showcase the real-life heroes living in Britain today. Here, Phillip Schofield explains why the awards are so vital - and how we can all get a boost from learning from those who have triumphed against the odds. 938
Charles' letters must stay secret, orders Minister; TRIBUNAL RULING VETOED BY ATTORNEY-GENERAL GRIEVE. 534
City hospital staffing concerns. 224
Co-ops mean we're all in this, working together; While George Osborne wants employees to swap employment rights for shares Rhian Edwards says that employee ownership is best to help companies grow. 683
Consultancy urges Welsh firms to use storage space. 409
Cricketer's menswear range has a strong innings. 341
Cut in passenger duty could help further routes take off at Cardiff; Business Editor Sion Barry looks at how a new era of co-operation could help revive the fortunes of Cardiff Airport. 1446
Dr Who actor back with a new score. 110
Dragons seal deal for rising star. 184
Easterby is aiming to stop threat of O'Driscoll. 784
ECONOMIC OUTLOOK. 428
England clash is delayed after a Warsaw washout. 719
Europe is definitely working for us in Wales, says Carwyn; '150,000 JOBS DEPEND ON ACCESS TO EUROPEAN SINGLE MARKET'. 549
Extinction nonsense; COMMENT & DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 222
Fickou is handed France chance. 202
Final farewell to Sergeant 'Kupsy'. 287
Flood springs to defence of ace Youngs. 585
Glamorgan are up to speed in making tracks. 548
Green jobs cost jobs; COMMENT & DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 233
Hat-trick for ace Hughes. 174
Home Secretary hailed for 'life-saving' ruling. 739
Homeless drifter 'wanted to kill Archbishop', court hears. 823
Homes builder Bellway is upbeat as profits surge. 239
How glamping has driven off clouds of rain and recession; TOURISTS ARE OPTING FOR PODS, YURTS AND DOMES. 662
Industrial estate gets a lift from 'largest letting this year'. 190
Inflation falls to 2.2%, but power price rises set to push it back up; CPI FIGURE SINKS TO LOWEST IN NEARLY THREE YEARS. 1114
Internet driving up 'vile trade' in child sex abuse; NSPCC CALLS FOR ACTION OVER RISE IN INDECENT WEB IMAGES. 567
Judge orders hunt for missing children; FOUR SIBLINGS AND MOTHER MISSING IN CUSTODY BATTLE. 606
Labour and Cilmeri; COMMENT & DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 279
Lawyer in the making's irresistible evidence convinces the Bake Off jury; WHAITE WINS SURPRISE TV HIT WHILE SITTING HIS FINALS. 543
Less a musical than riotous assembly; REVIEW: American Idiot, Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff. 387
Lib Dem leader calls for national audit on 'hidden killer' in schools; AND ANDREWS ASKS FOR ASSURANCES ON ASBESTOS. 844
Limit of competence; COMMENT & DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 457
Listening works well for staff. 375
Liverpool families get new hope of fresh inquests. 234
Macedonians give Serbia a qualifying mountain to climb. 180
More people struggle with overdrafts. 541
MORNINGSERIAL. 400
MUMSAYS. 472
Museum appoints learning director. 250
Newport's BAR Foods bought by Billington Group. 324
No end in sight to Severn Bridge tolls, says Minister. 263
Plea to Minister over 'appalling' council; COMMENT & DEBATE. 424
Price of a house up by 1.4%. 102
Protesters hold rally against nuclear weapons. 221
PS3bn in sales but Starbucks has only paid PS8.6m in taxes; IT'S 'UNFAIR' BUT COFFEE GIANT IS NOT BREAKING LAW. 573
PS50k grants available to improve customer facilities; ADVERTISING FEATURE. 302
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 137
RETRO REPORT; US athletes in Olympic Black Power protest. 310
Sargeant warns councils to pool resources after announcing 1.5% rise in budgets; TOUGHER TIMES AHEAD AS PS10M COLLABORATION POT LAUNCHED. 1019
Services firm adds new faces to office. 231
Sixth form an important transition for university; ADVERTISING FEATURE. 248
Sportingbet supports new Hills offer. 215
SPORTS ROUNDUP. 411
Stormy seas set to batter coastline. 218
Study points to Acas success. Report 166
Support groups move into enterprise park hub. 269
Swansea area credit crunched. 168
TENDER NOTICES. 325
Tesco's on the right track to slash CO2; SUPERMARKET LAUNCHES RAIL FREIGHT SERVICE WITH PARTNERS. 614
The moment of truth, when humanity stared into the abyss. 1599
THEY SAID WHAT? 188
Top personal loan rates drop to lowest since 2006. 282
Trapattoni's future still a mystery. 344
Triathlete returns to birthplace. 226
TV CHOICE. 321
We must plan ahead for the long term; THELONGVIEW. 865
Welford Road trip is great lure for Biggar as he looks to keep the Ospreys on the right trail for that European glory run. 1468
Welsh firm hosts forum for international clients. 307
Welsh firms afraid to increase investment; CONCERN OVER LOW GROWTH IS HOLDING BACK COMPANIES. 613
WELSHCOLUMN; Gwneud y gorau o'r mannau diarffordd. 643
Western Mail publishes Top 300 in December. 471
Western Mail; Councils are right to be pleased, and we expect value for money. 492
Year 6 activity morning November 10 at Haberdashers' Schools; ADVERTISING FEATURE. 222

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