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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (March 13, 2013)

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'Attacker threatened to slit my husband's throat'. 415
'Cack-handed' sacking of teachers slammed; GIRLS' SCHOOL HEAD AND HEAD OF PE WRONGFULLY DISMISSED. 580
'I would prefer the Welsh Government to have a single inward investment capability we would lock into, like we did in the past with the WDA'. 2471
'Ignorant' Gove earns lashing from Andrews in hearing with MPs; REGRADES JUSTIFIED TO EDUCATION COMMITTEE. 772
'We fought Falklands war for this'. 125
17-century hotel up for sale. 148
Allen may feature in World Cup qualifiers. 367
Alun Wyn in captaincy frame as Ryan ruled out. 283
Barnsley in survival boost win. 163
Board's hospitals stop ops as A&E's swamped. 196
Boost for Bargoed moves Valleys into 21st century. 825
Brechfa Forest wind farm approved despite concern. 524
Byram's goal is not enough. 144
Carbon Trust Wales launches campaign to help save Welsh businesses PS30m; ADVERTISING FEATURE. 583
Cash grants for Welsh waste businesses; ADVERTISING FEATURE. 227
Champion show as Hurricane strikes. 703
CHELTENHAM RETURNS (Going: Soft (Good to Soft in places; Cross Country: 3.20. 323
CLARIFICATIONS AND CORRECTIONS At the Western Mail, we pride ourselves in journalism. Correction notice 153
Co-production wins opera accolade. 114
Companies need to know apprentices are good news; In the current economic climate, hiring an apprentice makes more sense than the traditional route of recruiting graduates, argues Andrew Cooksley. 801
COMPANY FOCUS: AVIVA. 162
County challenged to save 'looted' mansion. 472
Criticism over deferred business rate evaluation. 550
Defence firm's R&D tie-up. 200
Determination to improve patient care and safety is to be welcomed; Western Mail. 460
Dream a reality as charity CD launched; PREVIEW: The Breuddwydion (Dreams) Project, Gwdihw, Cardiff. 349
Drop-in event for flood victims; WALES newsbulletin. 120
Eades to take care of Gwalia property; People in business ONTHEMOVE. 202
ECONOMIC DATA. 122
ECONOMIC OUTLOOK. 353
Edwina bangs the creative drum. 208
Ending Labour's 'vindictive' AM election rule welcomed; CANDIDATES MAY AGAIN STAND IN CONSTITUENCY AND ON LIST. 727
Family 'surprised and puzzled' at how officer was considered competent to oversee exercise at live-firing range; UNLAWFUL KILLING VERDICT ON SOLDIER. 802
Fans urged to roll out the red to support the national squad. 308
Finance Wales' man in the West; People in business ONTHEMOVE. 242
Fizz goes out of consumers' lifestyles as the champagne-fuelled nights out of the well-heeled get the boot at last; BUBBLY IN BARS OUT OF INFLATION GOODS LIST. 792
FREE TV Amplifiers for Pensioners. 179
FTSE shows signs of strength. 311
Gambit celebrates 20 years in the business. 300
Henderson pins hopes on Sacre. 558
Hey, Hey we're the Monkees, again; RETRO REPORT MARCH 13, 1997 - How we covered... 289
High-flyer Harris Pye opens HQ at aircraft hangars. 322
House building in Wales slumps to new record low. 804
I lawer ohonom mae RS yn rhagori fel person a bardd; WELSHCOLUMN. 688
Ill Queen calls off public engagements; UKBULLETINS. 112
Inspire Wales Awards. 198
IQE chief to help Europe stay ahead on science; People in business ONTHEMOVE. 295
Jackett keeps his focus. 153
Judge lifts ban on large sugary drinks; WORLDBULLETINS. 106
Lacklustre City are grateful to Gestede for his late strike to earn another point towards Premier joy. 1583
Laudrup deal gives Swansea welcome stability - Ashley. 965
Laundry set to clean up in England. 503
Leader of pay-rise row council faces no-confidence motion; BUT CAERPHILLY LABOUR GOES ON THE ATTACK AGAINST PLAID. 633
Like the Blue Books; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 207
Meeting faces an 8am inspection. 391
MEPs set for a 'critical' vote for future of Welsh farming; PROPOSED SUBSIDY CHANGES TO HIT WALES, WARN FARMERS. 1033
Merthyr's story is one of good news; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 449
Michael's team; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 273
MORNINGSERIAL. 393
MP calls for full inquiry into boy's death. 237
MUMSAYS. 471
Navel gazing; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 217
New rules 'could slash insurance cost for the young'. 486
One in 10 smokers 'desperate to quit' NEARLY A QUARTER OF WALES REMAINS ADDICTED TO HABIT. 604
Our magical landscape and rich heritage spoils choosing Seven Points to give anywhere in the Wales for choice when it comes to world a run for its Wonders money. 1558
Oz turmoil is no distraction - Prior. 521
Parents on neglect charge after son, 8, dies of scurvy; ...NEWSFILE... 139
Pay-back goes into reverse. 158
PM hint on weapons for Syria. 115
Pound falls victim to fears of a triple-dip. 545
Prima donna refs; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 256
Promotion for three at Savills. 125
PS40m boost for apprenticeships at firms in Wales; SCHEME TO CREATE NEW STAFF WITH TOP SKILLS. 705
Puzzling fact of life about Brits and science. 380
Quevega lands the five-timer. 253
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 113
Recognising entrepreneurs - and helping young people bring their ideas to fruition. 793
Restaurant manager for St David's; People in business ONTHEMOVE. 105
Rugby's remedies; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 257
Saints charged by FA. 145
Scotland must take the blame for that Murrayfield scrum chaos, says Adam. 760
Scottish scrum woes from Welsh setback 'out of their system'. 536
Second steppers put off a family. 398
Sedgefield abandoned. 162
SHARE SPOTLIGHT. 105
Shoes in Room of Tears still await a new pope. 701
SIMON'S TOP 10. 1189
Small firms put investing on hold. 160
Spectacular garden has to be returned to rough pasture - or face PS5,000 bill; LANDLORD SAYS IT IS TOO MUCH FOR NEW TENANTS. 700
Staff levels on wards to reflect how patients are; ILLNESS SEVERITY, NOT NUMBER OF SUFFERERS, TO SET NURSE TOTALS. 1020
Swansea reaps benefits of top science research. 528
Take-up of industrial property soars 51% in Wales. 309
This Cardiff collision with the old enemy has the potential to be one of the greats; Wales versus England in Cardiff, with a Six Nations title and Grand Slam on the line. It doesn't get any bigger, or does it? SIMON THOMAS analyses the hype and chooses his top 10 Wales big-match occasions. 814
Three big stores cut prices at pumps. 195
Trainer for wind energy sector looks to expand with Finance Wales help. Company overview 499
Travel plans put on ice in big freeze disruption. 631
Tributes paid to car crash graduate Emma. 279
TV CHOICE. 340
Veterans rescue crucial three points for Morrell; S. 585
Wales changes for Slam mission. 360
Waverley dates need a fair wind. 325
Wenger challenges Gunners to find a 'big game'. 324
WIN A PAIR OF WALES v ENGLAND TICKETS WITH. 391
Women in small firms should get the same treatment surrounding maternity pay as those in larger companies. 657

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