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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (November 9, 2013)

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'What fascinates me is past on the present' Thorne Moore on why people and times gone by are so important to defining her work as a writer. 1006
7 WORTH GOING OUT FOR. 482
7 WORTH STAYING IN FOR. 1025
A build like no other for Mr SOS; Nick Knowles and the DIY SOS team embark on their most ambitious build yet, as they create a brand-new building for some Little Miracles for Children in Need. 695
A right royal debate for HRH's big birthday. 2026
A space to relax and unwind; MY FAVOURITE ROOM. 689
Adam looking to tame the scrum 'Beast'. 310
Allbutt's Almanac. 136
Amat spells out the need for victory against Stoke. 228
Arsenal start is no surprise to Moyes. 313
Awards honour best and brightest in business. 952
Better health?We need a revolution in thinking. 448
Black widows shock at factory; NEWS IN BRIEF. 235
Body found in search for missing Welsh barrister, 23. 336
Bomb found under former police officer's car. 148
Born to celebrate Ivor Novello; Russell Grant's mum believes he fell in love with the music of Ivor Novello while still in the womb. The super fan tells Rachel Mainwaring why he's delighted to be part of a celebration of his music. 1490
BRAINTEASERS. 442
Bringing city's market to life through dance. 765
Bringing sexy back; He's just been named this year's World's Best Test Player, but Wales rugby star Leigh Halfpenny can add another illustrious title to his collection today - after being voted Wales' sexiest man by you. Rachel Mainwaring breaks the news to the modest 24-year-old. 970
Brotherhood still family for Nicky. 558
Campau mawr yng Nghymru. 305
Cardiff cleaners suffer more health problems than bosses. 505
Charles and Camilla's temple visit. 283
Church consults on women bishops decision. 295
City centre hidden gem hotel on sale for PS750k. 534
Competition is upping the ante in Scottish squad - Kellock. 206
Concern for Welsh Filipinos mounts. 395
Dathlu'r gorau o fyd y gwerin. 304
DESIGN THERAPY. 658
Diamond pair's dazzling new find excites investors. 710
Don't rely on inheritance to support you in retirement; As the Government announces a crack-down on'rip off' charges that are shrinking people's pension pots, Vicky Shaw looks at the importance of putting money aside for the future. 782
Downton Abbey; DYDD SUL. 131
DYDD GWENER. 318
DYDD IAU. 332
DYDD LLUN. 310
DYDD MAWRTH. 333
DYDD MERCHER. 306
DYDD SADWRN. 336
Dylan prize writer tells how father was follower of Manson. 485
Economy continues to confound commentators; DYLAN JONES EVANS THE PROFESSOR WHO SHOOTS FROM THE HIP. 888
Emyr Pierce The Property Doctor. 398
Enchanted by the forest; How do you do Cumbria without the Lake District? Kerry Wood heads into the woods to find out. 1201
Ex-soldier admits to killing baby daughter. 141
Exiles on alert for a tricky first round test. 445
FAMILY THREE. 216
Farm deaths prompt industry warnings. 558
Father dies in custody. 203
Firefighters in for the long haul. 201
Flights across the pond hand big boost to BA. 171
FOR SALE TAKE 3; What can you get for your money across Wales right now? 377
FOR SALE TAKE 4; Homes on one level. 317
Four reported dead as typhoon takes its toll on bruised and battered Philippines. 890
From garden to plate; Karen Price eats, shoots and scores The Three Salmons in Usk. 762
GAIR I GALL. 655
Gethin moves closer to Wales century of caps; WALES v SOUTH AFRICA. 563
GREEN SCENE. 679
Hain: Give Wales EU consultation. 509
Hartley is inspired by history. 378
Health service staffing concern; NEWS IN BRIEF. 136
HEATHER JONES; The singer-songwriter from Cardiff recalls her 1960s memories on music fashion and gender politics in a new BBC Wales programme. 819
Homeless man's prison plea thrown out by court. 296
Humble Halfpenny won't ride down the same route ASWIGGINs after glut of awards; WALES v SOUTH AFRICA. 999
Hungary for more; Destination: Budapest. 593
Inspiration on every intersection; Many writers have been inspired by New York City, not least Dylan Thomas and first-time author Dan Tyte, whose debut novel, Half Plus Seven, is published by Parthian next year. So what is it about the Big Apple that's so appealing, wonders Dan READ 3. 1028
International school rankings an embarrassment FORWALES; The results of the world's biggest schools survey will be published next month and policymakers are holding their breath. But, argues Education Editor Gareth Evans, the international Pisa rankings are nothing but bad news for the Welsh Government. 861
Jaguar sales surge after demand races ahead. 338
JLS star sought Cowell approval FORVOICE. 146
LATE BREAKS. 290
Let's hope for familiar sentiments in the latest chapter of Springbok encounters. 853
Lewis begins Ponty reign with win on the road. 304
Luxurious sought-after show homes open up in Pontcanna. 234
Magical memories; Views of Wales. 290
Make sure you have your home protected; MONEY, MONEY, MONEY Barclay Sansom of Principality Building Society on the importance of ensuring your property is insured. 540
Marines chief's shock over insurgent murder. 392
MARKET REPORT. 417
McCoy brought back to earth at Southwell after toasting historic 4,000th win of career. 428
Mix history with luxury; Next time you visit Edinburgh, be sure to do it in style, says Julia McWatt. 883
MORNING SERIAL. 419
Morrell is wary over Speight for Cup clash. 457
MOVIE CHOICE. 418
MOVIE CHOICE. 407
MOVIE CHOICE. 408
MOVIE CHOICE. 415
MOVIE WATCH. 723
Nantgarw porcelain popular at auction. 280
NEW FROM WALES. 464
New police chief ready to deliver. 476
OAP murder teen jailed for 18 years. 223
On the nature trail; INTERIORS A little woodland spirit is essential for super-stylish autumn interiors. Gabrielle Fagan gathers some forestinspired finds to make you feel at home with the great outdoors. If you go down to the woods today you're sure of an interiors surprise! 431
ON THIS DAY. 240
Orchestra shakes up classical music; PREVIEW: Sinfonia Cymru, Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff. 280
Palace fans voice their concern over Coleman. 650
Peers urge action on nuisance calls; UK BULLETINS. 117
Police say sorry over teen sex abuse probe. 145
POUND NOTES. 668
Probation plans put people in danger; Views of Wales. 328
Putting a stamp on it. 286
QUICK QUIZ. 147
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 121
Race for the perfect home; It's the Wales GB Rally this week, and crews will tackle 22 competitive stages. Kirstie McCrum selects homes near the classic rallying forests of Betws-y-Coed, known as the 'Gateway to Snowdonia'. 357
Responses to hospital shake-up proposals published. 561
Rhannu pro?adau emosiynol rhyfel. 746
Ribbons that deserve a medal. 440
Rural home offers a private island; PROPERTY GEM Four-bedroom farm with land. 404
SATELLITE SMASHER. 151
Savile family link to abuse-probe hospital. 383
Scarlets on cup trail with LV victory over Dragons. 583
Scott set to tackle a 'legend'. 387
SECURAHOME OPEN SHOW SITE IN EWENNY, BRIDGEND; Advertisement Feature. 293
Sex attack killer likely to die in jail. 190
Skipper DEVILLIERS ready to play role of the silent assassin; WALES v SOUTH AFRICA. 874
Sleep in style with new season looks; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 388
SOAP WATCH. 430
Society celebrates 75th anniversary at cathedral; IN FOCUS. 206
Spain gets taste of Swansea Bay. 173
Sparky's new look Potters to give Swans fresh test after Euro exploits. 1406
SPOTLIGHT ON... 304
SPOTLIGHT ON... 303
SPOTLIGHT ON... 310
SPOTLIGHT ON... 299
SPOTLIGHT ON... Bernard Cribbins. 292
SPOTLIGHT ON... Hermione Norris; TUESDAY 12. 286
SPOTLIGHT ON... SUNDAY 10. 281
STRAIGHT OFF THE VINE. 677
STYLE FILE. 587
TAKE FIVE; BBC National Orchestra of Wales is preparing for a busy few weeks. Orchestra leader Lesley Hatfield talks us through the key events. 264
Tata Steel urged to take further anti-dust action. 534
Teen raped on Christmas trip to capital. 469
Teenager wins bursary in honour of Mr Music; IN FOCUS. 229
THE FIRST WORD; FRONTLINES. 666
The Paradise; DYDD SUL. 123
THEY SAID WHAT? 185
Threat to vulnerable; Views of Wales. 277
Time to believe we can deliver big Boks scalp. 504
TODAY'S SELECTIONS. 117
Tractor driver charged over rail collision. 156
Tributes after BBC's Cole dies. 168
Tweets of the Day. 107
UK is best united; Views of Wales. 309
UK lands PS34m from Welsh fees. 462
Union boss supports the new schools framework. 167
Unsung hero finally given recognition. 230
Upsize with Bellway's family-sized properties; NEW HOMES. 230
Villa for now, but Mackay insists he is here for the future; BLUEBIRDS IN THE PREM. 1356
Virtual fans take to the field to raise money in memory of Stuart. 550
Wales win essential as 2015World Cup countdown begins; WALES v SOUTH AFRICA. 1824
Wales' war memorials go digital. 622
WEEK WATCH. 837
Welfare reform omni-shambles; RHODRI MORGAN COLUMNIST newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk. 546
Welsh high street buoyed by rental surge. 305
When your stock is fully Certi?ed. 566
Whitts' happy return. 288
Winter bee care. 182
Winter wonders at Hay; IN FOCUS. 239
WORD OUT Lleucu Siencyn. 591
Y SILFF LYFRAU. 425
You vote Lions hero Halfpenny this year's sexiest man in Wales. 506
Youth admits biting off 14-year-old's ear. 155

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