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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (March 14, 2013)

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5-star Madeira. 169
A 'huge disappointment' as festival snubs Pembrey Park; MILLIONS TO BE LOST AS EVENT MOVES BACK TO 'TROPICS' SITE. 632
Accused father sobs as 999 call is played in court. 290
All Black's back to launch hotel in Dylan's town; MARSHALL SAYS LAUGHARNE IS 'QUINTESSENTIAL WALES'. 527
Anti-loan-shark campaigner set up unlicensed debt firm; CITY COUNCILLOR ADMITS HE WAS 'LUCKY' NOT TO BREAK LAW. 782
Apprentices learn how things work; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 406
Apprenticeships are essential for growth; This week marks the sixth annual Apprenticeship Week in Wales. As the Welsh Government prepares to create more than 5,000 new apprenticeships in Wales, Wyn Prichard sheds more light on the many benefits they bring. 489
Apprenticeships attract job-seekers. 267
Approved drug offers cancer suffers hope of longer survival; TREATMENT'S BETTER THAN CURRENT 'GOLD STANDARD'. 918
AVB upbeat on Bale ban. 149
Barritt puts his faith in England's 'warrior spirit' for the Millennium battle. 327
BBC's Humphrys wins award for broadcast work. 173
Bellamy's world bid. 133
Benitez in blame game. 140
Better off a banker; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 121
Bonus-point win for leaders Ponty as they tame Quins. 247
Bread of Seven - or why all of Wales will be praying their lucky number comes up come Saturday night's title decider; It's the magic number that on Saturday all Wales rugby fans are hoping will spell out the margin of victory over England. Viewed across the world as the luckiest of numbers, here Darren Devine explores the cultural significance of the digit the Welsh are dreaming of - seven. 1589
Britain may help Nkomo make peace; RETRO REPORT MARCH 14, 1983 - How we covered... 268
Cameron promises to act on problem drinking; PM URGED TO BACK PLAN FOR MINIMUM ALCOHOL PRICE. 781
Camilla hails spirit of Syrian women; WORLDBULLETINS. 116
Children's charity wants action to end sexual violence. 246
Churchill cash to send seven across the world; EDUCATION BULLETIN. 134
CITY MARKET REPORT. 415
City tattooist 'Scratcher' is closed down by council health team. 286
CLARIFICATIONS AND CORRECTIONS. Correction notice 153
Coleman ready to unleash his B-team against the poor Scots. 1014
Declining council criticised for its failures. 223
Drink drive AM misses Senedd censure motion; BETHAN JENKINS IS ACCUSED OF 'DISRESPECT'. 702
Drunken taxi crash teacher receives reprimand. 359
Earn while you're learning; SPONSORED FEATURE. 491
Ennill tra byddwch yn dysgu; ERTHYGL NODDEDIG. 543
Enthusiasts have a chance today to catch up with Bloodhound - the fastest land vehicle on Earth. 699
Estate tells tenants to forget PS5k garden bill; 'COMMON SENSE PREVAILS' EVEN THOUGH PLOT MUST BE RAZED. 460
Fascism may appeal; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 199
Francis I greets crowds after cardinals look 'to the end of the earth' for first pope from outside Europe. 1194
From the coast to the hills, the small towns to the capital city... here are 'the best places to live' CARDIGAN A PERSONAL FAVOURITE ON PAPER'S LIST OF WELSH GEMS. 637
Gilchrist vows to deliver. 159
GP practice excludes patient over tweet insult. 403
Grandchildren take car parts plant workers' battle to Downing Street. 471
Gunners come up just short in their mission impossible. 521
Hat's the way to jockey for attention... 107
Health board chief gave reference to a board post applicant. 410
Help about diabetes; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 167
Hi-tech focus on the state of Wales' marine habitats; The mysterious netherworld of kelp forests and aquatic meadows at the heart of efforts to save Wales' fisheries have been captured in a unique way by a new video research project. Robin Turner reports. 687
Hibbard is aiming to cap his great revival with victory in showdown. 902
High-tech and touch strategy for travel company. 311
How schools can breed our future sports stars; DAME TANNI: SET THE RIGHT TONE FOR YOUNGSTERS. 673
Hudson and Turner are Bluebirds doubts for their trip to face Wednesday. 329
If alcohol is not to have a minimum price, another policy has to be found; Western Mail. 477
Jenkins has the big-match edge over prop rival James. 917
Keep private sector out of our schools. 750
Laudrup aims to keep Williams for the future as big clubs circle for Swans ace. 938
Learning hub officially launched by First Minister; EDUCATION BULLETIN. 162
Learning lounge gives access to 21st century technology; EDUCATION BULLETIN. 155
Maths skills don't add up for many adults; 11-TIMES TABLE IS 'MOST DIFFICULT'. 592
MORNINGSERIAL; The Quality of Light by Richard Collins. 398
New job for ex-health board chief's colleague; FINANCE DIRECTOR JOINS HIS EX-BOSS IN GOVERNMENT ROLE. 656
Newspaper digitisation joins the past with the future and helps tell the story of Wales; A century after they were last in the public domain, the National Library of Wales has opened up its archives of newspaper reports, giving a fascinating glimpse into Welsh 19th century life. Graham Henry reports. 1131
O'Brien is laid back on injuries. 154
Olympics fiasco hits G4S profits. 349
One in eight youngsters say their computer skills are below par for job market. 353
Online management training scheme honoured; EDUCATION BULLETIN. 120
Owners at centre of building battle win judgment. 235
Parents are to get improved information packs; EDUCATION BULLETIN. 113
Pets at risk from 'deadly diet' of takeaway junk. 175
Pothole problem being tackled but resurfacing remains central issue. 671
Pupils are not being made to turn up and behave; EDUCATION CHIEFS IGNORING BEST PRACTICE, SAYS MINISTER. 645
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 123
Record number of A&E cases hit hospitals in Wales; Under pressure hospitals forced to cancel some planned operations. 867
Red Rose were never for me, says Cuthbert. 543
Regional bank plan aims to give boost to growth. 718
Revolymer ready to hit 'runway'. 534
SAS sniper retrial is ordered by judges. 249
School governors to hear from Welsh Minister; EDUCATION BULLETIN. 114
SKILLSWALES. 638
Skipper Danny is cup ace. 140
Smart companies promote diversity and avoid 'group think' mentality. 1100
Super Sacre shows he has wow factor. 671
Super-sub Scott sets his sights on haunting the old enemy once more. 362
Support project for young people wins award. 214
The Italian Welsh; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 284
THEY SAID WHAT? 171
Thirteen counties; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 147
Tidal power plant offers the chance to power city homes. 797
Too many councils; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 228
Trade mission targets emerging markets. 326
TV CHOICE. 339
Wales are under pressure to perform in front of home fans, declares England ace Tuilagi; MANU CRANKS UP MIND GAMES AHEAD OF MILLENNIUM CLASH. 861
WALES newsbulletin. 305
Wales waiting on Gethin, but England face huge blow over Launchbury. 478
WAYOUTWEST. 437
We can help you change the behaviour of your organisation; AUNIVERSITYVIEW. 593
Where the customer comes first; WHETHER YOU'RE LOOKING FOR YOUR FIRST JOB OR ARE INTERESTED IN A RETIREMENT POSITION, THE CUSTOMER SERVICE SECTOR HAS A VARIETY OF AREAS YOU CAN ExPLORE. 582
WIN A PAIR OF WALES v ENGLAND TICKETS WITH. 394
Words are given their due respect here; REVIEW: Hamlet, Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff. 342
Youth jail should be used as a last resort, say MPs. 247

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