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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (October 23, 2012)

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'I starved myself for race weight and passed out' 'JOHN THE JOCKEY' SHARES SOME WISDOM ON ROLE OF TRAINERS turf talk. 544
'Passion for dairy' wins top accolade for Eifion. 249
'Universities in Wales today cannot afford to stand still' HEFCW CHIEF SAYS GOVERNORS MUST CONSIDER ALL OPTIONS. 1821
Adviser hits out at 'thousand cuts' claim on merger. 355
All BlacKs captain exuded authority and class both on and off the field; Sir Wilson Whineray, who has died at the age of 77, was widely called the 'greatest All Black captain of all time'. Welsh great Clive Rowlands told Sion Morgan about his memories of one of rugby's great leaders. 1037
Armstrong is written out of the record books. 462
Beauty News. 244
Big boys' toys; Good tunes, sci-fi favourites and fashion accessories fashioned from a yeast-based spread. What more could you possibly want, says Nathan Bevan. 222
BP to take one-fifth stake in PS16.7bn oil deal. 332
Bury the hatchet; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 272
Call for help to ease crisis in industry. 299
Cameron: 'We've freed up police by cutting targets' PM CITES WELSH INCIDENT OF 'RIDICULOUS BUREAUCRACY'. 661
Can Macedonian Pine save forests from needle blight? 548
Chwyn yn achosi colledion enfawr i ffermwyr; cefn gwlad. 341
CITY MARKET REPORT. 277
Council secrecy; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 120
Court sees footage of abused patients. 346
Cowie targets a swift return to the summit. 444
Dancers explore humanity's dark side; REVIEW: Afrovibes, Sherman Cymru, Cardiff. 337
Daytime fishing for sewin has me hooked; GAME ANGLERS ARE LEFT TO REFLECT ON THE 2012 WASHOUT angling. 899
Employers get advice on mental health in workplace. 368
Expert fails to rule out shoe link; WALES newsbulletin. 118
Family is the key for traditionally-run farm. 363
FARMING comment. 180
fashion BULLSEYE. 134
Fears over swine flu in herds. 206
Fergie ready to offer Ferdinand a one-year contract extension after resolving T-shirt issue. 344
For the love of words; Already snuggling up with a good book as the nights draw in - why not go out and see some of your favourite writers reading their work live this weekend? xx minifest is a celebration of women's writing taking place at Chapter Arts Centre in Cardiff on Saturday, featuring readings, performances, book stalls and bookish discussion. WM caught up with three of the writers taking part. 1463
FSB calls for more business finance options. 300
Game of football ended in tragedy when rusty goalposts fell on boy, 11; INQUEST TOLD OLD STRUCTURE HAD NO RESTRAINING DEVICES. 569
Gang stole from cars in rural areas late at night. 208
Gerrard hails rise of Sterling. 193
Head tells parents: Be honest over fire deaths; POLICE GIVEN MORE TIME TO QUIZ PAIR OVER DEATHS. 615
Hearn bids to tie up a showpiece deal for Rees. 291
Highs and lows of a shortened trotting season; harness racing. 340
How to... ...Wear purple; Opulent aubergine, regal plum and the heady stains of a vintage wine cellar combine for a purple haze this autumn. Zoe Brookes shows us how to avoid looking like a Cadbury's wrapper. 224
Howley spelling out the importance of a successful Welsh autumn series for the World Cup draw; AUTUMN INTERNATIONALS Rugby Correspondent ANDY HOWELL put the big questions to Rob Howley after the Wales interim coach named his 35-man squad for the autumn international series yesterday. 1458
i can't live without... I can't live without... This week: Tracey Jenkins is the founder and director of networking group Introbiz UK Ltd. She is 46 and lives in Thornhill, Cardiff. 151
I was getting death threats before I spoke about it - you wouldn't believe how crazy and out of control it was getting... SINGING STAR REVEALS HER BECKS TWITTER NIGHTMARE. 1055
It's Cardiff Fashion Week! 238
Jewel box of gladness; Nail colour comes dripping in amethyst, ruby and garnet this season. As there are so many gorgeous shades around, it would be a shame not to try every one. 230
Join in golden plover flock sightings' survey. 336
Kennedy 'blinked' first over Cuba; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 230
Labour's One Nation respects the proud and distinct parts of the UK; Labour leader Ed Miliband earned praise earlier this month for his depiction of Britain as One Nation in his conference speech. But what does his vision entail for Wales? Shadow Welsh Secretary Owen Smith describes what it could mean. 978
Laudrup sees slow burning Routledge now in the fast lane. 616
Let's scrap EU rules and stop burning 'food' in petrol tanks; Land and the fight over its use for food or fuel has become the burning issue of 2012. Julian Rosser, head of Oxfam Cymru explains why. 583
MAGNIFICENT STAFF; In an open letter, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board chief executive Adam Cairns thanks staff at University Hospital Wales for their response to Friday's events... 259
Malky targeting his former club Watford to make it six of the best for Bluebirds. 1077
Man accused of murder over road-crash death; HEAVY POLICE PRESENCE AS DEFENDANT COMES TO COURT. 620
Man appears in court over fatal 'van rampage'. 182
Man sold gadgets to enable games piracy. 362
Manics' debut wins Q classic album award. 263
Marked down; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 248
Merging universities; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 299
Ministers' silence on Awema is 'tantamount to cowardice' LIB-DEM AM ATTACKS LACK OF RESPONSE TO DAMNING REPORT. 688
MORNINGSERIAL. 400
Never mind the Great Wall of China, try walking Offa's Dyke for a taste of the wild; WELSH BORDER ATTRACTION NAMED AS A MUST-VISIT SITE. 811
Newsnight editor steps aside for Savile inquiry. 714
Oldest Auschwitz survivor dies aged 108; WORLDBULLETINS. 104
Only Girls Aloud; Guest editor, Susie Wild, co-organiser of the xx minifest of women's writing, explains why we need a festival celebrating the female stars of literature. 471
Parents alerted after man grabbed boy's arm. 361
Pet food firm invests in jobs with PS1.4m production line; NICHE PREMIUM PRODUCTS TO TARGET OVERSEAS MARKET. 539
Peters joins UKA / ATHLETICS: [...]; SPORT newsbulletin. 109
Plaid MP's concern over church which will offer clients debt-counselling; WORRY THAT PEOPLE SEEKING ADVICE WILL BE INVITED TO PRAY. 744
Plea over murder suspect's car; WALES newsbulletin. 137
PM 'focused on the big picture' after 'plebgate' and ticket row. 256
Poland trip holds the key to No.10; Poland trip key to the fight for No.10. 706
Police commissioners; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 109
Producers expecting price to be right at winter fair. 312
Pure Wafer shares hit as firm tackles its debt; VALUE OF STOCK FALLS 22.5% IN FINANCIAL RESTRUCTURING. 658
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 155
Reform of coastguard sparks concerns over safety. 312
RETRO REPORT; Calzaghe gets up off canvas to defend title. 264
Rosina proves pundits rig ght by keeping success in the family and taking sup preme title at dairy show; show time. 675
Rugby mourning death of ex-All Blacks skipper Whineray at the age of 77. 210
Salute Lloyd George; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 118
Scientists face jail for quake blunder. 320
Scott eligible to face Wales. 128
SHARE SPOTLIGHT. 101
Steakhouse to bring a Brazilian flavour to Wales. 180
Stylish, very sytlish; Every decade deserves the Bond they get, reckons Arwel Richards. As the 23rd installment opens in cinemas this week, he ponders his favourite ever 007. 829
Summer's floods are 'likely to be repeated as the climate warms' UNIVERSITY STUDY WORRIED BY BUILDING ON FLOOD PLAIN. Report 526
Terror accused 'plotted bigger attack than 7/7'. 513
THEY SAID WHAT? 175
Town marks third week of search for April. 137
TV CHOICE. 354
United boss resting key defenders with one eye on Chelsea clash; 7.45pm OLD TRAFFORD MAN UTD v BRAGA. 278
Wales ace speaks out in racism debate. 376
WALES SQUAD FOR AUTUMN TESTS [...]. 132
WAYOUTWEST. 448
We try, you buy. 322
Welsh county fights back against 'real damage' holiday homes cause; CALLS FOR TAX ON SECOND PROPERTIES TO RISE BY 200%. 888
Welsh Lamb Club proves popular in list of top 100 restaurants. 450
Welsh success in Finland [...]; SPORT newsbulletin. 106
Western Mail; Reforming the system should include reform of the prisoners who fall into it. 438
What farmers grow; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 136
Willian set to haunt Blues - Lucescu; 7.45pm DONBASS ARENA SHAKHTAR v CHELSEA. 328
WM TRIED AND TESTED... THREE OF THE BEST NEW JEWEL NAIL COLOURS. 234
Workers' pay 'at risk' if wage board closed; EMPLOYEES AND FARMERS CALL FOR AWB TO BE RETAINED. 539

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