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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (October 3, 2012)

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'Fight broke out in flat just before Emma was stabbed' DEFENDANT PRODUCED 'STEAK KNIFE', MURDER TRIAL HEARS. 566
'More devolution may be the way to greater accountability for Wales'. 400
'Notable results' in sale of several properties. 291
A commitment to our own and future generations; Jane Hutt, Minister for Finance and Leader of the House, sets our her draft Welsh Budget for "growth and jobs". 930
Adults have seven years of financial freedom. 416
Assault on benefits; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 344
Aussies edge through. 150
Bank likely to hold fire while King sees 'shoots of recovery' RATE SETTERS SET TO STICK AT 0.5%, PUT OFF MORE QE. 561
BBC will contact police over new Savile abuse allegations. 592
Bellamy and Hudson help Bluebirds make history on their way to the summit of the Championship. 1111
Ben pens Glam deal. 106
Broadband and commuters win in draft Budget; HART MAY REVIVE ECONOMIC GROWTH FUND TO CREATE JOBS. 587
Bungalows best at holding value. 397
Business club has revamped its management board. 243
Butler 'loved pope like a son would his dad' WORLDBULLETINS. 121
Carwyn praises hydrogen research. 170
Celebrating men, too; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 194
Child protection expert says speed vital in hunt. 438
Christmas for lawyers; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 113
Circus bends the very fabric of reality; PREVIEW: Circa, Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff. 330
Classy Davies hits double as Bolton fight back for a draw. 1560
Coleman: It's time for Plan B. 259
Comedian 'never hit anyone in his life' UKBULLETINS. 101
Confident Miliband makes his case to nation and party; LEADER STAKES HIS CLAIM TO 'ONE-NATION' PRINCIPLES. 1300
Control over family cash moving from men to women; RISE OF 'MONEY MATRIARCHY' SEEN AS BENEFIT FOR ECONOMY. 586
Cooke & Arkwright advise on Tesco's new Extra at Wembley. 256
Crew arrested after Hong Kong ferry tragedy. 233
Director brings specialist expertise. 160
Dragon Meaden is ready to mentor winning start-up company; YEAR-LONG AD CAMPAIGN ALSO PART OF 'ACCELERATOR' PRIZE. 765
ECONOMIC OUTLOOK. 430
Ed's costly vision; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 192
Electric gate poorly installed, inquest on girl, 5, told. 311
Entrepreneurs say yes to free day, but don't waste our time! DICKINSON AND GIBSON TO LEAD DAY-LONG WORKSHOPS. 629
Faletau's form giving Wales a timely boost. 890
Find our beautiful little girl, plead her shattered parents as man, 46, quizzed; NO TRACE OF LITTLE GIRL AS HUNT GOES ON OVERNIGHT. 1788
Fletcher ends his exile with Scotland. 308
Give us a future that works, not one damaging young lives. 669
Green business is complementary to growth; THELONGVIEW WITH EMMA WATKINS. 760
Hamza's heath deteriorating, say lawyers; UKBULLETINS. 103
Hear to Meet; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 184
Hutt's draft Budget aims to deliver growth and jobs even as block grant is cut by PS50m; TORIES SAY NHS FACES WORST FUNDING SETTLEMENT IN UK. 1246
Jubilant Spaniard Olazabal rules out return to Ryder Cup captaincy in 2014 at Gleneagles. 503
Lampard hails late show from defending champions Chelsea. 365
Let's use Valleys publicity to spread some positive news. 619
Little April, we pray for you... be safe and returned to your we pray that you will family and those you love; COMMUNITY IN SHOCK OVER APRIL'S ABDUCTION. 1552
Llanelli making progress in Cup. 342
LSH to dispose of fire service building. 174
Marie and Huw join forces to offer a 'legal eye' on legislation. 318
McIlroy grateful to Good Samaritan. 290
Media advice business opens in Cardiff. 280
Memorial research; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 298
Merger will mean job losses, university head warns staff; REDUNDANCIES TEND TO BE 'PART AND PARCEL' OF PROCESS. 610
Mixed injury news in the Stoddart household ahead of Scarlets' clash with Dragons. 821
Mobile 4G crunch talks held ahead of launch. 256
MORNINGSERIAL. 392
MUMSAYS. 435
Number of pay freezes on the rise. 162
Only smart thinking will drag us away from this vacuum; The second episode of MTV's controversial reality show The Valleys aired last night. Here, actor and Merthyr boy Jonny Owen says it's time to show the world the Valleys still have plenty of 'smarts'. 1128
Patten to start off business club season. 327
Pensioner 'abused four young girls for 24 years', court told; ATTACKS BEGAN MORE THAN 60 YEARS AGO, JURY HEARS. 578
Pietersen set to make his peace with England. 443
Plaid could limit tuition fee subsidy to Welsh unis. 137
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 124
Residential future for student village; SWANSEA UNIVERSITY PUTS 1960S ACCOMMODATION SITE ON MARKET. 530
RETRO REPORT; Boxing world gathers to mourn Winstone. 280
Robertson joins CCSkills board for university sector. 281
Runaway teacher's full story 'still to emerge'. 665
Ryder Cup hero out to bring the Miracle of Medinah to Swans and get Laudrup's men back on course. 1248
Scrap smoking plan call. 104
Seeing the support and the search must give people are here, not just searching but also April's family hope. So many supplying food and clothing; VOLUNTEERS COME FROM MILES AWAY TO JOIN HUNT. 1566
Selectively reduce our spend on medicines; YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 230
Sharing the risks could be the way to a thriving bus service; WALESINMOTION WITH PROFESSOR STUART COLE. 607
Shell-shocked boss Coleman is ready to start putting his own mark at last on misfiring Wales. 1354
Signs point to volatility ahead; UNEASINESS OVER WHAT SPAIN WILL DO NEXT. 436
Sir Anthony's title track helps composer to win Brit award; ACTOR'S WORK FEATURED ON CLASSIC ALBUM OF THE YEAR. 512
Solicitor's delight over career milestone. 200
Surveyor emerges successful after setback at Peacocks; Commercial property in association with. 551
Task force on modernising Eisteddfod set up. 260
Teachers step up industrial action. 310
TENDER NOTICES. 326
Terminal's new GM has global experience. 170
Tesco hit by first fall in profits for 20 years. Financial report 351
THE BRIEFING. 246
THEY SAID WHAT? 198
Tories put spotlight on neonatal care; WALES newsbulletin. 188
Trainer t2 given top Grade 1 for work-based learning. 274
Transformation 'will bring challenges' WALES newsbulletin. 125
Transport alliance balks at proposal for regional body. 570
Turkish pipe-maker announces a PS7m plant in Cardiff as Clegg visits Ankara. 576
TV CHOICE. 334
Tycoon hits out at BAE-EADS merger. 261
Van's the man as United are again reliant on Robin in Cluj. 628
Wales set to launch a cycling track team. 323
Waste firm signs PS2m contract with steelmaker Tata; CONTRACT TO PROVIDE WASTE RECYCLING PLANT IN INDIA. 488
Watchdog to inquire how man fell ill in custody. 291
We must improve - Mancini. 175
We owe our fans - Wenger. 180
Welsh consumers are saving more, borrowing less and lead the UK on pensions. 482
Welsh Government makes major investment to develop St Athan. 334
Welsh star escapes a ban from the RFU. 214
West Coast line winner is ready despite Branson; LEGAL MOVE COULD DELAY DECEMBER TAKEOVER. 493
Western Mail; Miliband raises his game but his 'one nation' vision needs actual policies. 440
What inspires me? Anybody running a business in today's Wales; THE BIGINTERVIEW A strong focus on the customer has paid off for Solo Group as Robert Llewellyn Jones discovered when he spoke to its founder Steve Hammett, who's had a job since he was 12. 1756
Wolseley thanks its lucky stripes. 113
Ymfalchio yn y Cymoedd a'i phobl; WELSHCOLUMN. 638

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