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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (March 2, 2013)

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'A glorious day with the sun shining, almost like Burton himself was shining down on us all'. 911
'He will go down in history as a legend. The bigger the star the nicer they are...' The Script are one of the UK's biggest bands, yet singer Danny O'Donoghue says he was star struck in the presence of one of Wales' living legends, as he confesses to Dave Owens. 1018
'If the cardinals have to look outside their own group, so be it. The last time was in 1378' WELSH BISHOP WANTS POPE SELECTION TO WIDEN SCOPE. 638
'It is surprisingly liberating to write poetry based on a story that already exists' Inspired by myth, legend and tales which have already been told, Anna Lewis moves the stories on in Other Harbours. 802
'It is undoubtedly true that this inspection cycle was far harsher than its predecessors' Education watchdog Estyn paints a gloomy picture of Wales' school services, with recent reports supporting calls for wholesale structural change. But with standards down across the board, Dr Philip Dixon, director of teachers' union ATL Cymru, explains why the inspectorate should cast the net wider. 994
'We are facing a real crisis over GP retirements' ACTION NEEDED TO ATTRACT DOCTORS TO WALES - WARNING. 677
7 worth staying in for. 920
A 'personal selection' by Oliver Fairclough, Keeper of Art at National Museum Wales. 150
A celebration of creativity and progress; REVIEW: National Dance Company Wales 30th Anniversary, Sherman Cymru. 323
A wealth of original 1930s features help make this Jo's 'forever' home. 874
ACULTURALWEEKEND; How I'll spend the next 48 hours. 264
Aizlewood eyes cup glory. 318
Akpan excited by his return to Goodison. 205
Alun Wyn has chance to stake Wales claim. 613
Bale can fulfil potential in Premier League - AVB. 233
Barrage an exercise in making money; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 268
Bonuses at Lloyds despite further big losses. 586
Boro ready to unleash Ameobi on Bluebirds. 379
Breaking ground in Beijing; China is developing at a rapid rate - both economically and culturally. Cherry Wilson explores Beijing, which is shaping up to be a hip city break destination. 1100
Britain needs surgery; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 265
Burton dreamt of scaling back, living on a canal boat, of working 'just enough to pay the overheads'. But seriously, Richard, can you imagine Elizabeth Taylor living on a canal boat? Editor of The Richard Burton Diaries, Professor Chris Williams of Swansea University, explains why the legendary actor had a complicated relationship with his craft and why seeing his new star on the Walk of Fame would have bought a wry smile to his face. 1044
Carry it off; Spring essentials to have and to hold, whatever your budget. 229
Cheer up! Some of the world's most famous people have been bankrupt; Despite a national culture of debt, there is still a stigma surrounding financial failure. But with the right attitude and the right advice, it is possible to bounce back from a bad financial decision, says Kathryn Gaw. 1012
Child deaths blaze started with petrol, court is told. 840
CITY MARKET REPORT. 429
CLARIFICATIONS AND CORRECTIONS At the Western Mail, we pride ourselves in journalism. Correction notice 153
Compulsory belt-up is backed by MPs. 275
Control of schools; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 189
County boost as they sign new 10-year deal to stay on Parade. 376
Cutting-edge green properties for Anglesey. 184
Cystadleuaeth corau yn dathlu 10 mlynedd. 546
Dancers take steps towards PS6,000 commission. 188
Dancing On Ice stars to skate on in new UK tour. 188
Davies ready for return to Premier League reality. 502
Davies set for return at Fulham. 161
Dench is Britain's best. 191
Desire for power; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 142
Discover how to avoid becoming a physical and mental wreck; If you're feeling stressed and unfit, two Welsh authors think they can help you avoid a physical and mental burn-out. Lawrence Cohen and Kevin Murphy reveal how you can get a stress-free, fit lifestyle. 1248
Dragons' nightmare start proves so costly as Leinster land the spoils. 412
Dydy nos Wener oer [...]. 324
Eastleigh's dire for the Tories but Miliband's on notice too, to up his game; Western Mail. 449
Education in Wales is 'graveyard of ambition' LIVES BLIGHTED BUT NO MINISTER SACKED, SAYS PLAID LEADER. 898
Eight police on murder charge over dragged man. 227
EMYR PIERCE. 719
Entertainment guide for the week ahead. Calendar 1346
Everyone's welcome; Abergavenny's been recognised by Welcome For Walkers, but what of its housing? Kirstie McCrum selects homes made for ramblers in the Monmouthshire market town. 317
Extra seats on way to the Liberty. 149
family THREE. 193
Feed us 'til we want no more; Bryn Williams is combining the two things he loves best when Wales take on England at the Millennium Stadium later this month - great food and even better rugby. The boss of Odette's Restaurant in Primrose Hill is preparing a fine Welsh feast at the final home fixture for VIPs. He's also given us recipes to whet your appetite before the big game. 1208
FILMS top 10 1 Wreck-it-Ralph [...]. 368
FIRST VIEW; Gwen Davies. 419
FIVE FABULOUS; ...Mother's Day ideas for a gardening mum. 139
FIXIT. 251
FOODFOCUS. Recipe 243
Former mill thrills with a mix of original charm and modern day living. 389
Fresh job fears over plans for super-university; WELSH GOVERNMENT 'DOESN'T EXPECT CAMPUS CLOSURES'. 734
FRIDAY. 242
From 'tellykeeper' in Rhondda to studying at Oxford, marrying a "reasonable Communist" and writing for TV, one of Wales' greatest scribes has had a remarkable life and career. 571
GAIR I GALL. 683
Give your home a mini makeover; A tight budget needn't cramp your home style - there are plenty of quick fixes which can give rooms a lift. Gabrielle Fagan provides a short-cut strategy for spring. 870
GREEN SCENE. 1077
Hansen is backing his old pal Johnson to show that he's the right man for Scottish success. 1399
Harris vows to make the England breakthrough. 871
Hospital apology made matters worse for widow; HEALTH BOARD CHIEF FAILED TO SIGN HIS LETTER OF REGRET. 582
I can't lie, our name will stay as Cardiff City, says Mackay. 1417
I have no problem with anyone at Chelsea - Benitez. 272
I'll not follow in footsteps of one-off Giggs and play at 40, insists Carrick. 720
Image: Stylish British actress Best [...]. 260
IN MY VIEW; week WATCH. 748
INSIDE OUT The garden is [...]. 184
INTHEGALLERY. 143
Jenkins seals new record deal with Patagonia-inspired Adiemus release. 228
KEEP THE HOME FIRES BURNING [...]. 391
Keeping your strawberry fields forever. 684
Laudrup making sure life doesn't end at 40 for his Swans after Wembley joy; SWANS IN THE PREM. 1258
Llancaiach Fawr fair. 145
Lockerbie probe still on, says UK despite 'rebuff'. 343
Long odds are missed, but cheer from Cardiff; WINNINGLINE The best bets and the best odds for the sporting weekend. 325
Losing a job puts a fifth of families in debt in month. 674
Malky vow after storm over name. 169
Man missing after sinkhole swallows him; WORLDBULLETINS. 109
Manufacturing data raises fear of triple-dip recession. 383
McIlroy blames toothache for his Honda Classic withdrawal. 479
Missing man found following 13-year search by his family; 43-YEAR-OLD COULD NOT RECOGNISE BROTHER. 651
MONDAY. 261
Monty announces star names for all new Celebrity Cup. 502
MORNINGSERIAL. 426
Morrell seeking his home comforts. 278
movie WATCH. 508
MYHEALTH; JULIE RAVEN, 50, FROM PENTYRCH, IS DEVELOPMENT EXECUTIVE AT PRESCOTT JONES INSURANCE SOLUTIONS. 312
Nearly 10% of UK ship cargo goes through Milford Haven. 870
NHS launches care-skills framework. 116
NICOLA WILKES A question of design www.walesathome.co.uk. 570
Noson unigryw o adloniant. 302
Our high streets are doomed unless they respond to realities of digital-age retail; Retailers in Wales are finding it an increasingly tough environment to trade in. Sion Morgan looks at what the future holds in a sector battling a range of problems. 1794
Owners of top growth firms must delegate to stay ahead of the pack. 823
PAGES OF INSPIRATION; Lucy Owen The BBC Wales Today and X-Ray presenter picks the three books which are closest to her heart. 306
Painting Wales; To mark St David's Day weekend, we set Oliver Fairclough, Keeper of Art at National Museum Wales, a huge challenge - pick just 15 images which best sum up the notion of Wales to him from the hundreds of works of art in his care. Here he explains his selection. 1479
Pardew relieved to do some transfer business. 445
Parties reveal visions for future of Wales with a call for more powers. 796
Patchell shines, but Blues fail to stop new leaders. 618
POUNDNOTES. 609
Preposterous claim; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 249
Prince of Wales gets in the spirit of capital's celebration marking St David's Day; MUSIC, DANCE AND DRAMA SET THE MOOD FOR CHARLES AND CAMILLA. 1305
Queen cancels Wales trip due to stomach bug. 183
Quick quiz. 124
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 117
READ 2. 686
Record-breaker Ryan set for yet another landmark game as his career goes on and on; GIGGSY'S 1000TH GAME 'Whichever way you look at it, ability, medals, time of service at the top, he has been the best' - PAUL ABBANDONATO RYAN GIGGS will make his 1,000th senior appearance this afternoon if he plays for Manchester United against Norwich. PAUL ABBANDONATO pays tribute to a genuine legend of world football. 1252
Rodgers is influenced by the methods of Martinez. 215
Saints return is holding no fears for Redknapp. 225
Sako late show lifts Wolves. 153
Satellite smasher. 159
SATURDAY. 291
Saving needn't be taxing if you learn about Isas; MONEY, MONEY, MONEY If you can't get your head around the benefits of Isas and you're confused about the rules, it's not too late to learn, says Principality's Savings Manager Kate Murray. 550
Search for missing Ben scaled back; Wales Newsbulletin. 131
SECONDGLANCE. 469
Sharma chameleon; He's shaken up the residents of Walford as the wise-cracking, wheeler-dealing AJ Ahmed. So why does rising EastEnders star Phaldut Sharma claim he owes his showbiz success to growing up in Newport? Nathan Bevan finds out more. 837
Sleep well it's National Bed Month; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 428
Sophie's choice; thriller WATCH The premise for this brand new drama is simple yet somewhat uncomfortable: what must it feel like to believe someone you know or love could be guilty of a terrible crime? Oscar-nominated Sophie Okonedo leads an all-star cast in the BBC's ambitious new thriller. 757
Speroni is hero in Palace win. 138
spotlight on... 281
spotlight on... 273
spotlight on... 285
spotlight on... 276
spotlight on... Jeremy Kyle. 265
spotlight on... Terry Wogan. 287
St David's Day given a doodle on Google. 143
St David's Day is a week early in the world of sport. 443
Step back in time at Tredegar. 163
Stevens on cue for Open success, holding too many aces for Trump. 372
Stoke boss stands by Walters. 156
STRAIGHT OFF THE VINE; Neil Cammies. Recipe 605
SUNDAY. 296
TAKE3; What can you get for your money across Wales right now? We've found three properties from different price ranges which may suit your budget. 303
TAKE4. 443
Taking it to the Max; Short of carpeting your house with turf from Stradey Park while eating cawl from a stove pipe hat and watching endless screenings of Grand Slam, is it possible to be more Welsh than Max Boyce? Here the evergreen entertainer talks to Nathan Bevan about hwyl, home and being hounded by fans. 1909
THAT WAS THE WEEK THAT WAS. 513
The First Grader BBC Two Wales, 10.30pm. 132
THE FIRST WORD; Ceri Gould @GouldThomas FRONTLINES. 864
The original TV Essex girls have flocked together again, much to the joy of their many fans. 875
THEFITFILES. 241
Third set of DNA tests finds more horsemeat. 734
THIS MUCH I KNOW; Lynne Barrett-Lee www.lynnebarrett-lee.com OPINION. 770
Thomas has sights on medal in Euros. 369
THURSDAY. Television program review 333
Tied up with lace. 418
Tories reflect on poor night at the polls in Eastleigh. 375
Tory MP attacks Human Rights Act in Bill bid. 293
Toyota brings jobs boost to North Wales plant. 189
TRIED & TESTED. 175
TUESDAY. 314
Tycoon's 'fake will' ruled genuine after signed copy found; MILLIONAIRE'S LOVER APPEALS CONVICTION IN PS3M ESTATE CASE. 624
U? ULSTER'S unconvincing run of [...]. 131
Ukip gaining credence; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 344
Up to 40 jobs saved as Dairy Crest buys milk firm. 251
Walk on the scenic side. 331
We're the official newspaper. 749
WEDNESDAY. 300
What Parliament's saints say about our national character. 651
Williams takes honours as the Scarlets move up the table. 679
Winning ugly can spark Wales surge - Hansen. 704
Worshipping rugby; & COMMENT DEBATE YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 168
Y SILFF LYFRAU. 354

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