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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (February 12, 2014)

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'77 dead' as military plane hits mountain. 200
'Pressure needed' to hit Welsh-medium targets. 675
'We outsold One Direction!' A classical trio formed to raise funds to study in Wales signs a UK record deal after outselling One Direction in New Zealand. Karen Price reports. 910
'Women rising through ranks'. 557
12,000 jobs to be lost at Barclays as bonuses rise. 433
A record year for distribution warehouse sector. 228
A triple bill of engaging dance; REVIEW: National Dance Company Wales, Sherman Cymru, Cardiff. 314
Alder King appoints new partner. 138
Anichebe denies Jose's Chelsea a four point cushion at the top. 283
Apprenticeships boost for Welsh business; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 309
Barclays suffers results backlash. 588
Blues are happy to have Welsh stars back. 409
Brave decisions needed to help 'generation rent'. 1010
Buy-out breathes life into development of Mangar. Company overview 576
Carney set to tweak interest rates policy. 366
Child star ShirleyTemple dies. 168
Corrections & clarifications. Editorial 153
Council should cut councillors' cash; Views of Wales. 139
Credit union savings plan offer for staff at Admiral. 429
Deadly grenade attack on cinema; WORLD BULLETINS. 116
Drug support project helps hundreds. 169
English clubs' vision for our rugby; Views of Wales. 204
Extra PS50m for NHS in Wales is bailout, say Tories. 772
FMQs acts out a Greek tragedy; Graham Henry sees Carwyn adopt a tortured look in well-worn FMQs. 237
Forecast heaps woe on battered country. 227
Gatland is defiant as inquest into Dublin loss intensifies. 229
Green Hill starts builders' merchant venture. 254
Growth plan for Cardiff law firm. 563
Hook, no Plan B and that Dublin debacle... Warren answers critics; SIX NATIONS 2014 Wales coach Warren Gatland has launched a staunch defence of his under-fire tactics and team selection following the debacle in Dublin. Here SIMON THOMAS takes you through a Q&A with the man in charge. 1741
Housing is key to fuel poverty, claims MP. 155
Immigration or higher taxes? It's your choice; UP to 80% of the population believes immigration is bad for Britain. EU Employment Commissioner Laszlo Andor tells Chief Reporter Martin Shipton why, if they got their way, they'd end up paying higher taxes. 879
Industrial sector shows signs of improvement; Rob Ladd, director in DTZ's Industrial agency team comments on the South Wales market. 507
Insolvencies fall to eight-year low. 539
IT company wraps up PS100,000 acquisition. 163
Jobs boost from PS10m shopping centre revamp. 517
JUST AS BEAUTIFUL BUT A TENTH OF THE PRICE. 269
Kate looks a picture at first event of 2014. 181
Lambert reveals bank oversight proposal. 409
Lloyds knew of doubts over deal with Co-op. 409
MODERN FAMILY CATHY OWEN. 497
Money no object - PM promises flood victims. 837
Monk looking to build on derby victory with a rule Britannia. 1071
Monmouthshire punches above its weight. 157
More rain - and a snow alert as 'very potent' storm due to HITWALEs today. 1078
MORNING SERIAL; Until Our Blood Is Dry by Kit Habianic. 374
Move to ban smoking in cars 'victory for health'. 450
Mum held after baby killed by 'pitbull' dog. 317
Nature provides its own flood defences; While governments seek how best to invest in long-term answers to flooding, some campaigners believe that the natural environment can play a huge part in helping reduce flooding. Rachael Misstear looks at the options... 739
New HQ for BBC in Cadw listing doubt. 772
New HSBC directors based in North Wales. 286
New ideas from the e public purse; In the latest of a series of articles the Welsh Government's director of innovation David Rosser asks how public procurement can be used to stimulate the development of products and solutions. 566
Nurses' leaders back minimum hospital staffing levels. 394
O'Connell the man to stop - Vunipola. 351
ON THIS DAY. 278
On-song Minstrel should bring Kempton rejoicing for Pearce and Keniry. 464
Parties unite to attack 'lockstep' shackles on income tax powers. 421
Passion is the key in business; Entrepreneur James Taylor on why you don't necessarily need capital or a new idea to set up in business. 605
Players 'not fit for purpose' Views of Wales. 442
Police staff lose jobs over data breaches. 457
Prentisiaethau'n rhoi hwb i fusnesau Cymru. 346
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 133
Recruits take step up from management training. 275
Roles strengthen business support. 348
Scots independence and Labour's future; Views of Wales. 149
Shared service centre hailed for boosting Swansea. 258
Shoppers flashing credit cards more. 531
Smacking ban falls as AMs wait on second chance. 889
Social housing is a key public service in Wales; THE BIG INTERVIEW ROBERT LLEWELLYN JONES Robert Llewellyn Jones talks to chief executive of Community Housing Cymru Group, Nick Bennett, on the positive economic impact of social housing in Wales. Interview 1690
Solskjaer is holding out for heroes after a draw WITHVILLAINS; BLUEBIRDS IN THE PREM. 1462
Speculative office scheme approved. 593
Star Clooney defends Elgin Marbles call. 289
Strong rise in Welsh consumer spending. 348
Surge in 'legal high' drug deaths. 443
Swansea street goes back in time for Dylan movie. 160
Talking a good fight; It was 50 years ago that a 22-year-old Cassius Clay beat Sonny Liston to clinch his first world heavyweight title. Marion McMullen recalls some of Ali's greatest verbal knockout blows. 714
Tata European turnover falls 2.1% in last quarter. 362
Teacher's porn 'on school computer'. 529
The looming threat of climate change; Views of Wales. 150
The Modfather to lay siege to Cardiff Castle. 195
THEY SAID WHAT? 277
Thrilled to join 'iconic' food firm. 223
Time to stub out smoking in cars; COMMENT. 519
Trade mission key to lucrative Qatar deal. 223
Transexual ex-soldier jailed for stabbing boy. 222
Traore ready to fire UPTOFFEES. 289
University to forge closer business links. 374
Unusual love bytes Phoenix; BIG SCREEN In 2010, Joaquin Phoenix announced he was retiring from acting - but it was all pretend, and four years on his career''s going stronger than ever. He still hasn''t got his head around the fame game, though, he tells Keeley Bolger. 846
Victim of racism awarded PS6,000. 497
Wales falling behind on rate reliefs. 674
We can shoot down United -Wenger; EMIRATES STADIUM 7.45pm ARSENAL v MAN UTD. 255
Why Scots vote scares unionist politicians; Views of Wales. 245
Winkleman seems to have life all sewn up; SMALL SCREEN. 873
Winter storms reveal ancients footprints in coastal peat beds. 290
Word on the web. 121
Words are sometimes not what they mean; Views of Wales. 121
WWI memorial design unveiled. 502
Young people need to put their X where it's needed - and vote; ABBIE WIGHTWICK COLUMNIST abbie.wightwick@walesonline.co.uk. 834

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