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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (October 21, 2013)

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'Bespoke' best practice that's helping families; Neil Ayling explains how the Flintshire Dementia Tool Kit is helping people with a diagnosis of dementia to live fulfilled and meaningful lives, to feel safe, and be supported in their communities THEPROFESSIONALS. 665
10-man Magpies hold Reds as Gerrard notches goal No.100. 373
Arrested duo to face terror charges. 137
ASKTHEEXPERTS; Dr Joanna Longstaffe, clinical director at The Independent General Practice, provides some tips on regular breast examination. 357
Bluebirds' top Gunn heartened by display. 344
Blues rediscover their fighting spirit to deliver the perfect present for coach Phil. 1413
Bony goal's welcome, but more's needed to convince doubters; SWANSEA CITY......4 SUNDERLAND....0 IN MY VIEW CHRIS WATHAN. 779
Brother of Alps victim alleges a cover-up. 157
Call to action on 'bedroom tax' COMMENT DEBATE & YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 468
Carrick admits to United concerns. 175
CCTV lead in murder probe. 129
Clegg denies coalition rift over 'free schools'. 379
Council staff cash; COMMENT DEBATE & YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 395
Defiant coach Tandy eyeing a place in history. 312
Dragons star Faletau admits his side 'just let it go' in defeat to Bath. 685
Drain drama sees clash abandoned by visitors. 320
Elements of science that are key to life; Researcher Dr Anna Santoro explains the attraction of environmental science and how it helps to keep us healthy. 488
Focusing on the mental health wellbeing of students in Wales; MENTAL HEALTH COLUMN Ewan Hilton is the Executive Director of Gofal Cymru. Column 768
Fracking lobbyists set sights on Wales. 515
Fraudster wooed women to con them out of cash; ELWYN ROBERTS newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk LOVE-CHEAT TOLD VICTIMS THAT HIS WIFE WAS DEAD. 735
Fury over rail tunnel closure. 177
Future uncertain for Bridger's former home; COUNCIL NOT CONSIDERING BUYING HOUSE TO DESTROY IT. 786
Government responds as Carwyn goes on attack; FIRST MINISTER ACCUSED OF TRYING 'TO STIR UP CONFLICT'. 795
Government trust is ace card in Scots' vote'. 290
Help for firms aiming to offer joint contract bids. 382
Holloway challenge to Palace. 312
Homes hit as mini-tornado crashes through town. 198
Is business ready for the new type of young worker? 742
Lack of Welsh food; COMMENT DEBATE & YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 267
Lampard treble sets Keys on road to win. 245
Latest in a list of awards to honour an illustrious career; THEATRE PRIZE FOR ACTRESS WHO WOWED THE CRITICS. Awards list 636
Laudrup shows his class and then his Swans wake up to pile on misery for poor Sunderland. 2126
Learning to live with a stammer can open a new world; On the eve of International Stammering Awareness Day, Arwel Richards, a patron of the British Stammering Association, describes the effects of stammering on a young person's life. 715
Lions ace Lydiate hails super show by Scarlets as his Racing are held to a draw. 927
Lions boost for Wales bid; TOP 'FOREIGN' TRIO CLEARED TO TAKE ON THE WALLABIES. 592
Llanelli's last-eight hopes hit by defeat. 248
MAIN WINNERS 2013 UK THEATRE AWARDS:. 132
Market talk gives company a shares boost. 255
MATTEROFFACT. 521
MOBILE SPREE. 231
More calls to NSPCC helpline. 143
MORNINGSERIAL. 395
Mourinho banished after tantrum, but Mackay keeps his cool as controversy erupts at the Bridge. 1814
MOURINHO STILL THE SPECIAL ONE, BUT MALKY'S THE MORE POPULAR ONE. 894
Naylor hoping return to form cements place in County side. 614
Nearly half of children have seen parents drunk. 165
No let-up for Gunners, insists Wenger. 237
Now Archbishop joins the 'bedroom tax' revolt. 874
ON THIS DAY... October 21, events from history. 271
Only quarter of households expecting better finances; PESSIMISTIC OUTLOOK BUCKS JOBS AND PAY DATA. 615
Ospreys need a miracle now, as North and his Saints go marching on. 1283
Paramotor power puts snapper in the frame for perfect aerial shots; 'BEST PICTURES HAVE ALWAYS BEEN A TOTAL SURPRISE'. 496
Paul on coaching shortlist. 199
Policeman's family killed in car bombing; WORLDBULLETINS. 116
Ponty give McIntosh a fine winning send-off. 535
Price is right for a fright; NOSTALGIA It's 20 years since horror king Vincent Price passed away. As the countdown to Halloween begins, Marion McMullen looks back on his legacy of movie nightmares and bloodcurdling screams. 811
QINETIQ 'set to sell US arm' after defence cuts hit bottom line. 328
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 134
Rainfall leaves city trying to keep its head above water; SION MORGAN sion.morgan@walesonline.co.uk 'APOCALYPTIC' DOWNPOUR BRINGS CARDIFF TO A VIRTUAL STANDSTILL. 601
Rugby ace's rhythm and Blues band. 239
Saints turn up the heat on leaders with their easy victory. 329
Shoppers in Wales get positive while UK retail figures slump; ROSIER ECONOMIC NEWS HELPS GIVE CONSUMERS CONFIDENCE TO SPEND. 711
Sir Cliff gives Disney-bound girls a send-off. 316
Staff 'buckling under weight of heavy workloads' MASS REDUNDANCIES 'PUTTING PRESSURE ON EMPLOYEES'. 726
Strictly not spicy enough - TV dance judges oust Mac; CERI WILLIAMS newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk DESIGNER SAYS HE HAD 'BEST TIME OF LIFE' ON SHOW. 704
Sunken treaure. 1078
Support increasing for organ donation scheme. 275
Talismanic Keates on targets for Wrexham. 337
Taylor's delight at delivering that win. 404
Thatcher's socialism; COMMENT DEBATE & YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 445
The audience hardly dared to breathe; REVIEW: The Killing Flower, Music Theatre Wales, WMC ????? ..... 359
THEY SAID WHAT? "I know [...]. 173
Thirty dead in Syria suicide bombing A SUICIDE truck bomb Sana said the; WORLDBULLETINS. 106
This photo of starlings' acrobatics is top-flight material. 121
Three cheers for the education sector as 'Oscars' for teaching go to Welsh 'stars' Western Mail. 443
Today's raunch culture is not poles apart from '60s sexism. 1022
Townsend the star as Spurs get back to winning ways. 522
TV CHOICE. 338
US government slaps $13bn fine on JP Morgan. 173
Vaccination programme that's not to be sneezed at this winter. 995
Victory has eased the pressure, admits Laudrup. 518
Waiting times; COMMENT DEBATE & YOUR LETTERS TO THE NATIONAL NEWSPAPER OF WALES. 107
Wales NHS needs winter plan to manage demand; The Shadow Minister for Health, Darren Millar, calls for a detailed national plan to help the NHS in Wales this winter. 628
Wales' train carriages need millions to be spent on them; ACCESSIBLITY COULD DELAY ELECTRIFICATION OF RAIL LINES. 703
We had to go for broke at the Bridge, says Mackay. 578
Welsh teachers come top of the class at the UK education 'Oscars' HEROES OF THE CLASSROOM ARE INSPIRATION TO THE PROFESSION. 726
What if you could save your family money on something really important... MAIL PROMOTIONAL FEATURE Great financial advice for Mail Readers. 448
Winds and heat likely to keep fire risk high for days. 183

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