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

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"The reality is we've got to back up our form against the All Blacks. , it's a results based business - Lancaster. 1076
'Cheated' says Wales skipper Speed; RETRO REPORT JANUARY 2004 - How we covered... 301
'Derek really is a superhero' He may not fight evil in his underpants, but Ricky Gervais says his latest TV creation has the greatest power of all - human kindness ricky WATCH. 636
'Miss Daisy is quite nasty and bitter... and it's nice to play someone nasty' From a murdering mother to a grandmother with a toyboy, Gwen Taylor has enjoyed some exciting TV roles. But as she takes to the stage in a production of Driving Miss Daisy, she admits to Karen Price that she dreams of getting the keys to Downton Abbey. Theater review 897
'Roll out Gwent's child protection ideas to all Wales' CHARITY PRAISES THE WORK OF FORCE'S OPERATION ARTEMIS. 766
'Torture' claim in dummy scandal. 269
'We were a very happy family and I will make us a happy family again' DAD DIES AS FAMILY'S TWO CARS PLUNGE INTO RIVER. 678
'We will pray for drug addict who murdered our little brother, Peter' HANDICAPPED MAN KILLED ANSWERING BELL AT 2.30AM. 591
2012: HOW SAM AND HIS MEN CAPTURED THE GRAND SLAM. 539
7 worth staying in for. 750
A new room for the new season? ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 427
A safe, sustainable future for our NHS; & COMMENT DEBATE LETTERS. 343
A store of good ideas; Make a New Year's resolution to tackle the clutter in your home. Gabrielle Fagan comes up with some smart and good-looking storage solutions. 616
AA chief slams fuel firms over price rises. 189
ACULTURALWEEKEND; How I'll spend the next 48 hours. 273
Algerian terror suspect wins right to stay on in Britain; EXTREMIST CANNOT BE KICKED OUT DUE TO SUICIDE CONCERNS. 830
AM wants to see regional boards for education and social services; HEDGES SAYS MOVE WOULD HELP IMPROVE STANDARDS. 628
And here's some we managed to ruin ourselves. 306
Arthurian brings in experts to manage life sciences fund; NUMBER OF INVESTMENT DEALS BEING CONSIDERED. 705
At least 80 killed in fresh Syria fighting; WORLDBULLETINS. 110
Banks are left on the sidelines as money gets social; High street banks are falling out of favour as savers and borrowers struggle to find a good deal. But a new trend of peer-to-peer lending may offer a glimpse of the future of banking, says Kathryn Gaw. 760
Banks still failing over current accounts. 371
Barry toy and train sale. 221
Bluebirds PS83m debt revealed. 132
Blues clash makes history as pitch test may signal way forward. 445
Boost for first-time buyers. 277
Bracey looks for 'home soil' win. 297
Brainteasers. 335
Bull tramples farmer to death; WALES newsbulletin. 109
Call of the Wild; He's mapped every plant in Britain and ballooned to the top of an African rainforest, now botanist Dr Trevor Dines is examining plants closer to home for a new TV series. Abbie Wightwick finds out more. 782
Cardiff's overall debt totals PS83m after the release of latest accounts. 950
Carwyn: Ditch austerity; ...but Osborne vows to stay course amid triple-dip alarm. 197
Changes to health services on agenda. 143
CHAPTER & VERSE. 495
Church in Wales gets leeway on same-sex marriages; IT COULD 'OPT-IN' WITHOUT NEED FOR NEW LEGISLATION. 686
CITY MARKET REPORT. 405
Clashes on Mubarak anniversary. 151
Cold? Spare a thought for places that put the heat into cool Cymru; Think it's been cold over the past week or so in Wales? Try living in Vladivostok or Manitoba where January temperatures plunge deep into the minus-twenties and -thirties. Darren Devine compares the freezing temperatures we've had in Wales (the average low in Cardiff in the week to Wednesday was -0.2C) to some of the coldest inhabited places on the planet. 1041
COLOUR YOUR LIFE. 353
Cost of raising a child to 21 jumps PS4,000 in a year to PS222,000 - and that's without private school fees. 371
Cup rivals are ready for this season's battle. 377
Damaged by the EU; & COMMENT DEBATE LETTERS. 242
Dame Shirley Bassey stunned [...]. 108
DANGEROUS DRIVERS' SCHOOL Five, 8pm; THURSDAY. 249
Debt at retirement falls but highest level is in Wales. 451
Development addresses housing needs. 237
Do big firms' 'buy local' claims really stand up? 888
EFFECTS OF A STRUGGLING ECONOMY. 472
EMYR PIERCE The Property Doctor. 695
ENGLAND Odds 15/8. 303
Estyn notes council's good progress. 527
FA charge for Hazard after kick. 150
Fancy owning a novel property... like this manor house with a literary past? HOME FOR SALE WAS THE SETTING FOR DAPHNE DU MAURIER STORY. 678
Farrell vows to fire Red Rose again. 308
FILMS top 10. 399
FIVE FABULOUS ...ways to say you're a Mary Berry fan. 161
FIXIT. 316
FOODFOCUS. Recipe 214
FRIDAY. 288
GAIR I GALL; cymraeg WATCH. 660
GARDEN RULES. 296
Geraint vows to give his all in search for Down Under glory. 383
Get on the ladder; First time buyers in Wales are finding mortgage deals to help them get on the market quicker than the rest of the UK. Kirstie McCrum picks out starter homes with style. 296
GIFTS FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS. 120
Giggs is keen to avoid cup replay for United in busy time of the season. 477
GREEN SCENE; GROW. 1053
Gwledd yn y gegin gyda Bryn. 402
HER LOOK FOR LESS; SPEND. 139
High hopes for the The Snail and trainer Tudor. 193
Historic documents preserved as part of major conservation work by archivists; PLAYBILLS, MAPS AND OTHER ITEMS OF VALUE RESTORED FOR PROJECT. 695
I don't envy Sir Steve; & COMMENT DEBATE LETTERS. 141
IN MY VIEW. 735
INTHEGALLERY. 156
IOD chief calls for positivity as 'triple dip' fears strengthen; SCALE OF CONTRACTION TAKES BUSINESS LEADERS BY SURPRISE. 1357
IRELAND Odds 2/1. 288
Ireland win could be Wales' crowning glory; WINNINGLINE The best bets for the Six Nations. 416
It was my decision to give Brian a bit of space that he himself didn't want, just to get himself right - Kidney. 1045
It's time to man up; His 'clean and lean' principles have been embraced by the likes of Elle MacPherson. Now James Duigan has turned his attention to battling man boobs. Watch out fellas... TASTE. 986
ITALY Odds 200/1. 277
Johnno's colourful rugby journey takes another turn with the Scots. 814
Ki happy with big Wembley reward for his decision to move south and join Swans. 894
Lost in translation; Two nations divided by a common language we may be, but the difference between Britain and America is never greater than when it comes to humour - just ask Ruth Jones whose Gavin & Stacey still remains development limbo Stateside. Nathan Bevan looks at how adapting UK sitcoms for US audiences can be no joke. 1565
Mature Michalak has solved the French problem. 815
Mixing business with pleasure; PROPERTY GEM Magnificent house with five holiday cottages. 452
MONDAY. 287
Moody backing Robshaw to lead from the front. 457
MORNINGSERIAL. 393
Morrell spoiled for choice as he hunts place in Trophy last four; 3pm HAIG AVENUE SOUTHPORT v WREXHAM. 391
movie WATCH. 1023
Murray plays down a bust-up with Federer. 635
Musical collaboration strikes a chord; PREVIEW: Ghazal music, BBC Hoddinott Hall, Cardiff. 367
MYHEALTH; FRANCIS DUPUY IS 48 AND LIVES IN LLANDAFF, CARDIFF. HE IS CO-OWNER OF PIER 64, A WINE BAR AND STEAKHOUSE IN PENARTH MARINA. 288
New album and tour sees rockers return to their roots; Funeral For A Friend have spent the past decade transforming themselves into one of the UK's biggest rock bands. As they get set to release their sixth album, guitarist Kris Coombs-Roberts tells Dave Owens why it feels like they've come full circle. 931
NEW FROM WALES. 465
New managing director has already made 'a valuable contribution' to Arriva's success. 231
NICOLA WILKES A question of design www.walesathome.co.uk. 463
No instructions to waste time - Jenkins. 320
NOW & THEN; From pitch to pundit, getting ready for a big rugby clash is entirely different now for the ex-international. For starters, he doesn't have to play AC/DC on his iPod to get him revved up. 711
Old treasures in the New Forest; This year marks the 200th anniversary of Pride And Prejudice. Peter Woodman explores Hampshire and the New Forest, an area frequently visited by the timeless classic's author Jane Austen GO. 1059
Osborne urged to go for growth and jobs with triple-dip close; CALLING FOR PLAN B CARWYN TELLS MINISTER 'I TOLD YOU SO'. 1544
Pair arrested in missing-man inquiry are released. 192
Pay deals up by 2.5% in January. 127
Player saw lewd photo, sex assault trial hears. 327
Polar quest ends as adventurer runs out of time; 'BATTERED' RUGBY STAR CAN'T FINISH LONG ANTARCTIC TREK. 424
POUNDNOTES. 596
Price of a house in Swansea doubles in a decade. 194
Proposed changes to EU structural funds and CAP could cost Wales PS1bn, says minister. 464
Prostate cancer patients hit by 'appalling postcode lottery' MEN PAY PS15,00O FOR LATEST TREATMENT - IN ENGLAND. 653
Put the economy first; & COMMENT DEBATE LETTERS. 305
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 114
RBS SIX NATIONS 2013; FRANCE Odds 2/1. 279
Referendum rebels win 82nd backer - PM himself. 277
Restored Dyffryn is ready to flower. 222
Rhoi sglein ar dduwch dyddiau ola'r frwydr. 930
Rhyl boss Strong happy to be the underdog. 349
RHYS WEBB will captain [...]. 344
Roberts warns 'dangerous' Dragons will be hungry to arrest their autumn slide. 603
Sacre ready for Chandler bid. 359
Satellite smasher. 159
SATURDAY. 318
Sausage-maker Kohn called up by Wales in new lock crisis twist. 627
SCOTLAND. 263
Seasick sailor finds a safe haven on Welsh shores; READ 1 When Christine Stovell agreed to sail halfway around Britain, she didn't realise how seasick she'd become. She tells Abbie Wightwick why it was all worth it just to discover Wales. 704
SECONDGLANCE. 431
Sexton calls on Ireland's young guns to step up and prove themselves. 575
Simple steps to good health and wellbeing; You don't have to exercise obsessively or make huge changes to your diet to live healthier and happier. Taking just a few minutes for some tiny tweaks could have a huge impact on your health - and may even save your life. Rachel Mainwaring discovers 15 ways to a healthier you. 1236
SIX NATIONS QUIZ. 462
Ski Cymru; Fed up of the snow? Can't wait to see the back of it? Not so a bunch of hardy Welsh ex-pats who love it so much they've made a little corner of France their own. They tell Abbie Wightwick about their new lives in the ski resort of Tignes. 1047
Snow hits a fifth of workers. 104
soap WATCH. 283
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Sticking to Plan A will be bad for Britain - and possibly for the Tories' prospects; Western Mail. 457
STRAIGHT OFF THE VINE. 581
STYLISH FLOORS AND WALLS. 102
SUNDAY. 295
Swansea odds-on to end Wembley cup wait. 343
TAKE4 Homes with a view ...TO BUY ...OR TO RENT. 339
Taxpayers face bill; & COMMENT DEBATE LETTERS LETTERS. 140
The European showpiece is sacrosanct and should be kept the way it's always been. 693
THE FIRST WORD Ceri Gould @GouldThomas; FRONTLINES. 888
The pests of winter. 348
THEFITFILES; We would all like a flat stomach so here are five tips to help us get the flat abs we all desire. 293
THEY SAID WHAT? 155
THIS MUCH I KNOW; OPINION. 755
Time and Twm make space special. 746
Time to make a move to Tonyrefail; Llanmoor unveils Padfield Court showhomes. 450
TONIGHT Howard Goodall's Story of Music BBC Two, 9.30pm. 134
TUESDAY. 292
Tug-of-love teenagers 'let down' by mother; WELSH WOMAN HAD ACTED 'WHOLLY UNREASONABLY'. 846
TWITTERATI; The Britain's Got Talent auditions have been taking place across the country all month. Judge Alesha Dixon wore a printed jumpsuit with pastel pink blazer and colour block heels to the London rounds, but would her outfit choice get her through to the next round or booted "off, off, off"? 164
UEFA in decision on Euro 2020 final. 294
Value our language; & COMMENT DEBATE LETTERS. 223
Volcanic electricity; & COMMENT DEBATE LETTERS. 109
WALES Odds 9/2. 317
Warburton and his Slam colleagues bid to make their mark in Welsh rugby history. 1120
We're a match for anyone these days, insists upbeat skipper Parisse. 699
WEDNESDAY. 300
What a dish. 418
What's the point of bonuses? It's only the Grand Slam that matters. 1038
When it comes to the entertainment factor, tries are the lifeblood of the game; Talks are underway about whether to introduce bonus points to the Six Nations in line with every other major rugby competition in the northern hemisphere. But does the jewel in the sport's crown really need to introduce extra rewards for scoring four tries or keeping a losing deficit to seven points? 602
WINNINGLINE; The best bets for the weekend. 140
Wood cuts down field to take lead. 216
WORD OUT; READ 2. 659
Y SILFF LYFRAU. 395

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