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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (May 3, 2014)

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'Economy at risk if row over rail work goes on'. 630
'I was scared to death to bring Jack back' ACTION WATCH But the agent is returning after four years away. So where's he been? Kiefer Sutherland knows. Sort of... 636
'New' universities INWALEs miss out on top-100 status. 509
'Public views key for ethical clothes'. 547
7 WORTH GOING OUT FOR. 540
7 WORTH STAYING IN FOR. 1265
A family affair; Meet Michela, Emanuela and Romina Chiappa, sisters who marry the flavours of their Italian roots with those of their Valleys upbringing in their new book, Simply Italian. So which one brings what to the table? And who's the best cook? Kirstie McCrum turns up the heat in their kitchens. Buon appetito! 3769
A SOUND REACTION. 425
Affordable homes are sorely needed; COMMENT. Editorial 502
Alternative to 'independent' party for Pembrokeshire. 209
An awfully big adventure; Travelling the countryside for his series Weekend Escapes has brought Warwick Davis face to face with the weird and the wonderful. As such, Wales has a special place in his heart, finds Kirstie McCrum. 1939
And the beat goes on; When Dewi Griffths wrote to the BBC asking for a job, he never imagined they'd say yes - or that he'd still be there 60 years later. The String of Pearls host puts his thoughts on record with Kirstie McCrum. 1068
Army veteran 'shocked' at bedroom tax impact. 626
Ash set for contract talks now Swans are safe. 462
Bank official's housing market bubble warning. 129
Battling Bluebirds all set for a tearful time on the Toon; WINNINGLINEWITH IAN CARBIS THE BEST BETS AND AND THE BEST ODDS FOR THE SPORTING WEEKEND. 197
Blackball champions; Views of Wales. 137
Bonus point for Ulstermen means play-offs woe for Ospreys. 431
BOOK CHARTS. 198
BRAINTEASERS. 340
Bullies stopped us from hearing Farage; Views of Wales. 322
Campaigning for Welsh independence; Views of Wales. 250
Captain Fantastic back at the helm for Blues in Connacht. 397
Care home boss 'tried to cover up' jibe. 256
CHAPTER & VERSE. 475
Churchill battles competitive market conditions. 281
Club singer claimed he was agoraphobic. 134
CONTEMPORARYCOOL; STYLE FILE YVONNE JONES. 156
Defence barristers quiz experts in Gleision case. 599
DESIGN THERAPY. 616
Diolch Rhodri. 103
Discovering Dylan. 1638
Dragons farce opens wider debate on the issues Welsh regional game has to confront; A farce surrounding a new logo for the Dragons has, DELME PARFITT argues, opened the floodgates for a debate about the wider issues facing the regional game. 1156
DYDD GWENER. 332
DYDD IAU. 329
DYDD LLUN. 326
DYDD MAWRTH. 329
DYDD MERCHER. 308
DYDD SADWRN. 319
DYDD SUL. 352
Elin yn mwynhau her gwahanol. 268
Emyr Pierce The Property Doctor. 404
Euro joy as Scarlets finally get a derby win under their belts. 816
Exiles told to end the season on high note. 423
Farage's wake-up call has done us a service; Views of Wales. 211
FIVE FABULOUS. 173
Food businesses act to improve hygiene score. 717
FOR SALE TAKE 3; What can you get for your money across Wales right now? Editorial 293
Funding for lending hits interest rates for savers. 552
GAIR I GALL. 620
Glam snap up two signings; SPORT SHORTS CRICKET. 138
Home inspiration for every room; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 343
Home Office considers appeal after judges' decision on secret evidence. 302
HS2 of no benefit to North Wales; Views of Wales. 134
Hundreds buried as landslide engulfs homes. 281
Idyllic farm house with great views. 284
If music is food of love, is this the best proposal? 815
IN MY VIEW Kirstie McCrum. 797
Insurgents 'suffer losses' during Ukraine attacks. 373
Intestinal disease hope thanks to tiny 'pill cameras'. 222
It's a shame that it takes a tragedy to show what teachers can achieve; SATURDAY, MAY 3, 2014 WESTERN MAIL CAROLYN HITT COLUMNIST newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk.newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk. 1125
It's life, but not as we know it; Mark Brake tells the fascinating story of how the portrayal of extraterrestrial life has evolved through time - and frequently via Wales AUTHOR'S NOTES. 865
Jade aims for Euro crown; SPORT SHORTS TAEKWONDO. 118
John is not taking Keys lightly in the Swalec Cup final. 492
Judge blasts 'arrogance' of jailed Clifford. 414
Jury clears schoolboy, 12, of rape allegation. 138
Just like Rome... When it opened, Jamie's Italian proved to be one of Cardiff's most popular restaurants. Karen Price books a table to see if it's still creating a stir. 682
Katherine's diamond smile. 217
Keeping kids happy; STYLE FILE YVONNE JONES. 133
Labour 'no longer a workers' party' claims Plaid Cymru. 490
Lakeland leisure Center; AMANDA CROOK enjoyed the creature comforts - literally - of a midweek break at Center Parcs' Lake District retreat. 826
LATE BREAKS. 444
Legal aid worries continue for violence victims after changes. 619
Let's take the battle to the final day - Solskjaer. 502
Living the dream with Oakdale Bowman. 351
Logo idea no-go for Dragons. 188
Lonely pensioners find company in television. 208
Make sure you take care with open house visitors. 257
MARKET REPORT. 416
Miliband makes cost of living pledge on Welsh visit. 1118
Milking it. 147
Monk and Saints are singing off the same Premier hymn sheet. 1445
Monk still unclear on Swans' future. 285
MORNING SERIAL; Until Our Blood Is Dry by Kit Habianic. 386
MOVIE WATCH. 1039
National World War I service plans announced. 200
New figures shine light on zero-hour contracts; THE PROFESSOR WHO SHOOTS FROM THE HIP DYLAN JONES EVANS. 865
OAP freed from car after road accident. 156
Old mice tales. 352
OLD TRAFFORD 3pm MAN UTD [...]. 102
Ole hits back at Shearer criticism. 353
ON DIGITAL. 158
ON THIS DAY. 250
Page: collectORS' FAI ' F R AT Llandeilo. 186
Paradise found; INTERIORS. 211
Play your cards right to protect your cash from low-tech fraud; As figures show a rise in fraud due to stolen cards, Vicky Shaw looks at how you can protect your plastic. 694
Positive rule changes. 297
POUND NOTES. 387
Price of a calling card. 495
Price war supermarket set to post sales update. Financial report 315
QUICK QUIZ. 127
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 123
RBS doubles profits but warns past still problem. Financial report 327
Remember mum's the word for Cyril's excuse. 516
Rhoi llwyfan i'r requiem. 685
RUSTIC CHARM; STYLE FILE YVONNE JONES. 145
Schwimmer David Best known for: [...]; 3 May 2014 SATURDAY SATURDAY 3 Mai 2014. 298
Seasiders bid to end 114 years of cup hurt. 394
Selby holds two-frame lead; SPORT SHORTS SNOOKER. 105
sentence reflects the impact his crime had on victims. 210
Share your space. 559
Smith to star WITHARNIE. 168
SOAP WATCH. 423
Son killer loses appeal. 147
SPOTLIGHT ON... 290
SPOTLIGHT ON... 310
SPOTLIGHT ON... 274
SPOTLIGHT ON... 332
SPOTLIGHT ON... Ben Kingsley. 300
Spurned Pfizer offer would 'undervalue' Astra. 287
Stomach 'erupted' on flight. 117
STRAIGHT OFF THE VINE. 643
Sunderland should have lost points; Views of Wales. 185
Swingtime in Spain; The PGA Catalunya golf resort is one of Europe's best, but Marc Waddington finds out that you don't have to be a great golfer - or filthy rich - to get into the swing of it. 847
TAKE FIVE; Playwright Alan Harris convinces us to buy tickets for Angela Carter's e Magic Toyshop, which he has adapted for a coproduction by new stage company Invisible Ink and eatr Iolo. 319
The best sort of Twitter; GREEN SCENE. 321
THE FIRST WORD; FRONTLINES. 754
The quieter side of Corfu; A little corner of the holiday island of Corfu is the perfect place to escape the crowds and enjoy spectacular scenery, as Graham Bright discovers. 2101
THEY SAID WHAT? 247
They'll be back. 240
Thief used loot to pay for breast op. 520
THIS MUCH I KNOW; OPINION. 742
Toon trouble for Pardew as Solskjaer hits positive note. 785
Trainee chef loses sex discrimination case. 660
Tug-of-love mum wins court ruling. 492
Two girls arrested over 'plot to murder teacher' Pupils arrested over 'teacher murder plot'. 661
UK's infant death rate record is worst in West. 187
Walk this way... 397
Welsh Lib Dems warn withdrawal from Europe would be 'catastrophe'. 323
Welsh voters need to take a longer view; Views of Wales. 138
What does it take to be on the board? MONEY, MONEY, MONEY Graeme Yorston, chief executive of Principality Building Society, takes a look at what is most important when recruiting to the board. 587
When five a day meant none a day! GARDEN RULES. 466
Why there's nowt as great as folk; PREVIEW: Tredegar House Folk Festival at Tredegar House, Newport. 338
Word on the web Was this the best marriage proposal ever? 112
WORD OUT; READ 2. 858
Y gwirionedd yn ddirgelwch i bawb; WELSH WATCH. 361
Y SILFF LYFRAU. 236
Young at heart; From a focus on tattoos and urban dance workshops to saxophone sessions and fashion shows, a month-long arts festival from Age Cymru is proving that you're never too old to try out new things. Here Emma Robinson, who runs the Gwanwyn Festival, reveals what audiences can expect. 720

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