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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (December 26, 2013)

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'I'd love to have a go at rugby if I wasn't boxing'. 755
'SOLDIERS DON'T LIKE ASKING FOR HELP'. 322
'Sorry - but we must all work to improve our school system'. 1634
'Wales' adoption support lagging behind England'. 721
37 killed in Iraq Christmas bombings. 155
Apology welcome, but minister needs support. Editorial 204
Archbishop focuses on injustice around globe. 446
Bigger crowds gather to celebrate Christ's birth in Bethlehem. 181
Boxing Day sales started yesterday. 519
Call on Al to get ball rolling at Kempton. 339
CARROW ROAD 3pm NORWICH v [...]. 200
Case that raises disturbing questions; Views of Wales. 629
Chris ruled out of George outing. 121
Clegg's 'only feud' is with Labour's Ed Balls. 381
Co-op steps up food charity support. 157
Corrections & clarifications. Correction notice 153
Creighton calls time on career at Dragons. 398
Dentistry to jewellery... Menna's glittering career swap. 661
Derbies crucial as league set for a split. 409
Enough talking... let's get on with doing; Robert Chapman argues that the health of our high streets depends on the wider economy around them. 526
ETIHAD STADIUM 5.30pm MAN CITY [...]. 236
EVERTON left-back Leighton Baines could [...]. 200
Exiles are rested for their big away day. 382
Fox hunting ban should stay - poll. 488
Froome heads Sky renewals. 267
Funding to help domestic abuse victims from across SouthWales. 210
Giving a voice to people with learning disabilities; If anyone had told Joe Powell at 15 that he'd one day be able to not just hold down a job, but be the first director in Wales with a learning disability, he'd never have believed it. But the director of All Wales People First tells Rachel Mainwaring he's come a long way. 1071
Grand alliance might yet be a nightmare for our chancellor; Geraint Davies describes how the new German coalition's social reforms could spell trouble for the eurozone and for Britain. 557
How Arriva Trains Wales delivers on its pledges. 1194
How much more can town centres take? Views of Wales. 340
Industry gets back on track. 629
Israel to back new settlements; WORLD BULLETINS. 115
Jonathan's not hanging around in quest to be the next Houdini... 727
KC STADIUM 12.45pm HULL CITY [...]. 242
Laudrup bids to end special home record for the 'Special One' SWANS IN THE PREM. 1314
Let's hope the football does talking for Cardiff; BLUEBIRDS IN THE PREM. 1267
Loans help gymnasium to reach 10th anniversary. 253
More misery on the way as rains threaten floods. 378
MORNING SERIAL; The Rice Paper Diaries by Francesca Rhydderch. 393
New service from the Royal British Legion aims to reach out to even more people; A helpline aimed at helping those from across the UK who have served in the Armed Forces has opened in Wales, as Alison Sanders reports. 925
NEW TABLET DEVICE FOR CHRISTMAS? 131
No holding back the swimmers. 323
ON THIS DAY. 252
On your marks for Nos Galan. 230
Plenty at stake as Euro fight heats up on Parade; RABODIRECT PRO12. 691
Poll reveals insecurities INWALES. 180
Pope tells of his prayer for peace. 294
Queen's message of hope - and a time to take stock. 573
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 124
Rail staff numbers have increased by 300 INWALES. 329
Rangel:We're still aiming for a top ten finish. 468
Retired engineer's armchair cover could help to cut bills. 513
Revealed: Wales' PS2.4m illegal debt. 451
Santa delivers Fair Trade message. 278
Sister's vigil for lifesaver. 219
ST JAMES' PARK 3pm NEWCASTLE [...]. 179
Stuart ready to keep working hard to stay in Hall of fame. 267
Swans and Bluebirds look to pull out two crackers. 494
Swansea's better business model; Views of Wales. 116
Tandy putting Ospreys on red alert for Scarlets. 651
Terror tag for Brotherhood; WORLD BULLETINS. 131
The internet in 2013; It''s been a year of Snapchats, Phonebloks and talking lamp posts. Giles Turnbull looks back over the state of the web in 2013. 538
The perfect introduction to theatre; REVIEW: Corina Pavlova & The Lion's Roar, Sherman Cymru, Cardiff. 349
There's sum interest in mathematics; Views of Wales. 211
THEY SAID WHAT? 150
This year's political movers and shakers; This has been a year of scandals in the NHS, fierce controversy over education standards, the cranking of new levers of power in Cardiff Bay and bold declarations of ambition. David Williamson looks at the faces who have defined Welsh politics in 2013. 1578
UPTON PARK 3pm WEST HAM [...]. 239
Views are sought on lagoon projects. 558
VILLA PARK 3pm ASTON VILLA [...]. 206
We all need to apologise, says Education Minister. 224
Welsh health's 'bleak future UNDERTORIEs'. 774
WHITE HART LANE 3pm TOTTENHAM [...]. 206
Word on the web Stephen Kinnock aims to gain Aberavon Labour nomination. 123

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