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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (March 1, 2014)

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'Friend OFWALEs' is USA right-winger. 309
'George is a real talent, but we're up to challenge'. 1280
'O'Driscoll factor won't distract us'. 378
'She sings beautifully and has great comic timing'. 609
7 WORTH GOING OUT FOR. 514
7 WORTH STAYING IN FOR. 1180
A family business at cutting edge of style; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 313
A MasterChef with leeks; Leeks are in season and available in abundance, but what to cook with them? Luckily, 2013 MasterChef finalist, Larkin Cen, has some ideas. Recipe 825
A new contract; After a successful stint at Clwyd Theatr Cymru in Mold, Kate Wasserberg is now a freelance director. Karen Price quizzes her about her latest stage drama, a dark and intense play which premieres next week. 755
A question of direction; The debate about national identity rages on in the UK, but Englandborn Western Mail chief reporter Martin Shipton believes that his being Welsh is as much rooted in a state of mind as his family ties. 1022
A really Welsh collectable for St David's Day; ANTIQUES. 389
A SOUND REACTION. 459
Airbus will need to win a pitch battle. 399
And the award for best speech goes to... whoever makes the shortest; The Oscars are here again, and Carolyn Hitt is looking forward to the annual procession of outrageous outfits and cringe-worthy thank-you speeches. 1502
ARE YOU A WELSH RUGBY [...]. 118
Asafari that'll leave you wanting Mara the same; Forget the tick box-style safari, Sarah Marshall heads to Kenya's Masai Mara Conservancies for more meaningful animal encounters. 1397
Aurora Borealis lights up skies ABOVEWALES. 403
Badgers 'took five minutes to die'. 180
Bale leads hustle to bring home Oscar. 681
Barn converts old to the new. 328
Best known for: Over 30 [...]; 4 March 2014 TUESDAY 4 Mawrth 2014. 306
Best known for: Saturday Night [...]; 2 March 2014 SUNDAY 2 Mawrth 2014. 279
Biggar boot can't save the Ospreys. 496
BOOK CHARTS. 235
Bowe back from injury to torment Jones' Dragons with first-half blitz. 341
BRAINTEASERS. 455
Bring in one person one vote, Welsh Labour told. 573
Burden of paying bills affecting more people. 709
Buyers walk this way. 289
Calling all veterans of D-Day landings; Views of Wales. 107
Cardiff Aviation chief reveals secret of success. 753
Charles 'boosts morale' with St David's Day visit to troops. 1030
Charlotte: The music industry is incredibly cynical. 731
Co-ordinate your kitchen with colour; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 345
COOL AND CRISP; YVONNE JONES STYLE FILE. 162
Cymry gwerth eu halen. 771
Damages win for taxi-cab sex attack victims. 271
Dan's novel decor approach; MY FAVOURITE ROOM When it comes to style and substance, author Dan Tyte's Pontcanna, Cardiff, pad is heavy on both. Here he talks about putting his masculine imprint on his beloved front room. 578
Davies in fitness bid for Twickenham return. 237
Davies returns to help bolster Scarlets' league play-off dreams. 682
Davies tells Ince Swans will do talking on pitch. 466
Death rates have been complex since Crimea. 297
DESIGN THERAPY www.lesleytaylor.co.uk. 603
Dragons aiming to tame Bulls after their lesson from Luton. 218
Drama at the heart of post-war Britain; REVIEW: Versailles, Donmar Warehouse, London. 354
Drovers test as Ponty seek to get back in hunt; WELSH PREMIERSHIP. 431
DYDD GWENER. 398
DYDD IAU. 321
DYDD LLUN Mind the [...]. 343
DYDD MAWRTH. 349
DYDD MERCHER. 372
DYDD SADWRN. 403
DYDD SUL. 354
Edinburgh seeks good fortune against the Iron. 597
Elinor escapes late scare to again secure personal pursuit of world glory. 529
Emyr Pierce. 363
Energy firm is crowned 'company of the year'. 656
Everything you ever wanted to know about Saint David; It's March 1, but how much do you really know about the chap who gave us our national day? Amanda Canby- Lewis, head custodian of St David's Bishop's Palace in Pembrokeshire, unravels the mystery of David - monk, miracle worker and a man not known for fine dining. 1625
Failing to understand what Scotland needs; Views of Wales. 161
Firms on a trade mission to Russia. 294
First Minister gets trading started on Wall Street. 234
FIVE FABULOUS; ...Welsh facts to celebrate St David's Day. 132
Flood challenge to Wales' turbine policy; Views of Wales. 195
Flood-death pensioner 'felt safe' coroner told. 184
FOR SALE TAKE 3; What can you get for your money across Wales right now? 411
FOR SALE TAKE 4; Homes in Merthyr Tydfil. 399
GAIR I GALL. 626
Get involved in photography contest; IN FOCUS. 226
Great War talks inspired by Welsh playwright; IN FOCUS. 225
GREEN SCENE; GROW. 1127
GWENNO DAFYDD; NOW & THEN The writer, performer and broadcaster has penned a St David's Day Anthem which is being learned by children in Los Angeles via Skype. Now it's her dream to get every school in Wales to sing it each March 1... 743
Hand Wales police power - Silk. 148
High street branches still play a vital role; MONEY, MONEY, MONEY Damian Thompson of Principality Building Society looks at the challenge of providing a service that caters for modern and more traditional behaviours. 522
Hitting the high road; The sun is shining more and the ground is less soggy underfoot, which must mean one thing - spring is on its way. It's time to get out and about, and the Crickhowell Walking Festival is the perfect excuse to do it, but if getting on the trails in the area inspires you to make a move, check out our selected properties for every pocket. 416
Homes with a stunning view. 380
House price gulf keeps on growing. 449
How the world will be celebrating Dewi Sant. 427
I got school fees wrong - Kinnock. 382
In the best possible taste; Carrie Evans takes a foodie break in Wales - and wishes she had a bigger stomach. 767
INSIDE OUT; YVONNE JONES STYLE FILE. 171
Internet trolls bored but usually well-off; Views of Wales. 210
IT business creates 100 new jobs in Bridgend. 370
Keeping Cardiff up a fitting end to my career, says Bellamy; BLUEBIRDS IN THE PREM. 1865
Last year was lesson for players - Pellegrini. 448
LATE BREAKS. 323
Letting his hair down; Steve Jones isn't fazed by the A-listers he meets - it's real-life heroes he finds most impressive. From irritating celebs to being dropped by Simon Cowell, the loved-up (and proud!) Welsh presenter tells Keeley Bolger what he really thinks. 890
Life in jail for killer who found murder 'more-ish'. 574
Love at first bite; Warren Manger tucks into a delightful corner of Italy famed for food, Ferarris and folklore. 816
Ministers' YouTube boob a shrug to deaf; Views of Wales. 149
Monk know points make prizes as he looks for Palace win; SWANS IN THE PREM. 1256
MORNING SERIAL; Until Our Blood Is Dry. 349
MOVE THE GOAL POSTS; YVONNE JONES STYLE FILE. 186
MOVIE WATCH. 1126
Need for clarity to negotiate 'annuity minefield' Controversy over annuities - products people buy when they retire to guarantee them an income - has erupted again. Vicky Shaw reports. 732
NEW FROM WALES. 446
NHS row is a serious issue - but it's a fig leaf for election; The Welsh NHS has come under attack from a Tory party with eyes on an election, argues Senedd Correspondent Graham Henry. 937
Nightmares linked to psychosis in the young, study shows. 279
O'Sullivan cruises past Higgins in one-SIDEDWELSH encounter. 366
Ole backs Tan over outburst. 349
ON DIGITAL. 175
ON THIS DAY. 365
Online gambling proves a clear winner as earnings rise ATWILLIAM Hill. Financial report 281
Overweight children in Wales being put in care. 474
Parents jailed for baby's death; UK BULLETINS. 113
Pinewood deal wrong while elderly suffer; Views of Wales. 182
Power firms ordered to refund PS400m. 172
QUICK QUIZ. 123
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 120
Race is on to find new city council leader. 346
Rentokil to sell Initial facilities business to rival. 261
Saint who can still inspire our nation; COMMENT. Editorial 519
Second TV screening for hit short film Burger; IN FOCUS. Video recording review 242
SHARE SPOTLIGHT. 102
Shipbuilding firm moves to appoint adminstrator. 154
Silk report tipped to back police powers. 728
SINGERS FOLLOWING IN TERFEL'S FOOTSTEPS. 186
Sky drops fees for BBC stations; UK BULLETINS. 109
SOAP WATCH. 415
Society in Britain is broken - Archbishop. 472
Soldier cleared of GBH assault on student, 21. 517
Soup killed allergy sufferer in hours. 563
SPOTLIGHT ON... 318
SPOTLIGHT ON... Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen; FRIDAY 7 March 2014. 264
SPOTLIGHT ON... Matthew McConaughey; SATURDAY 1 March 2014. 311
SPOTLIGHT ON... MONDAY 3. 295
SPOTLIGHT ON... Simon Gregson; THURSDAY 6 March 2014. 256
Sprinter Sacre and Cue Card to miss out on big Festival races. 455
Stars look to earn their stripes as Blues aim for first win on their travels. 607
Stars out for Dylan short. 109
Straeon y stormydd mawr. 414
STRAIGHT OFF THE VINE. 578
Strictly star Susanna splits with partner. 277
TAKE FIVE; Erica Eirian, director of Theatr Pena's latest production, convinces us to go along to see the gripping and controversial drama. 390
Teal appeal; INTERIORS The intriguing colour combination of greeny-blue is Dulux's colour of the year. Gabrielle Fagan goes on the trail of teal treats for the home. 609
The Daily Mail must be worried; RHODRI MORGAN COLUMNIST newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk. 406
THE FIRST WORD; FRONTLINES. 871
The great British cake off; In a glorious and gluttonous celebration of our traditional teatime treats, Caroline Taggart travels around the UK to find people making our best-loved delicacies. In an extract from her book A Slice of Britain: Around the Country by Cake, she tucks into Welsh cakes READ 1 AUTHOR'S NOTES. Travel narrative 715
The Millennium Stadium is becoming a truly global icon. 386
THE OSCARS IN NUMBERS. 108
The power of Priestman; ENTERTAINMENT 2 Henry Priestman's deeply personal second solo collection is an album that reverberates with the echo of lost loved ones, but as the Anglesey-based musician tells Dave Owens, it's prompted a rebirth both on and off stage. 975
THE THIRD WOMAN TO BE SENTENCED TO END HER DAYS IN PRISON. 219
The trophy boys; What were you doing on March 16 last year? Owen Sheers was watching Wales claim victory over England in one of the most emotive matches ever played. To mark St David's Day and to get us in the mood for next Sunday's clash with the old enemy, this is his new take on that glorious day from his book Calon. 3114
THEY SAID WHAT? 237
THIS MUCH I KNOW; OPINION. 755
Three officers arrested on suspicion of perverting justice. 137
To know your onions you should start with leeks; GARDEN RULES. 543
TV Alex scales dizzy heights. 113
Ukraine condemns Russian 'invasion'. 486
Wales' ailing public services catch the eye as election looms; As the countdown to next year's General Election gathers pace, Education Editor Gareth Evans warns of the challenges facing the Welsh Government in health and education... 958
We must learn to be ruthless - Lampard. 469
We'll have to be on our toes to subdue England's dynamic half-back duo, insists Howley. 609
WEEK WATCH; IN MY VIEW. 888
Welsh creative industries take lucrative place on global stage; DYLAN JONES EVANS THE PROFESSOR WHO SHOOTS FROM THE HIP. 943
Welsh flag flies over No.10 as our leaders CELEBRATEWALES. 238
Welsh NHS' big payouts under fire from Tories. 356
Welsh-medium spend is food for thought; Views of Wales. 119
What to do when the highest bidder may not be the best. 259
WORD OUT; READ 2. 606
Wythnos i ddathlu darllen. 347
Y SILFF LYFRAU. 275

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