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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (April 16, 2015)

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'Glasgow can hurt you from anywhere' OSPREYS' VIEW. 351
'Grave concern' in search for student. 374
'He was the love of my life, my life is destroyed'. 965
'My healthy lifestyle is helping me to cope with lung cancer' Determined health board director Kathryn Davies will carry on cartwheeling despite being diagnosed with secondary cancer. She speaks to Health Correspondent Mark Smith. 774
'Pressure is on us every year' COACH'S VIEW. 178
'Rhys and Dan have been key' MANAGER'S VIEW GUY EASTERBY, Leinster. 166
'Robust' growth for luxury label Burberry in second quarter. 215
'Three tough games left, no easy run-in' GLASGOW'S VIEW TOMMY SEYMOUR. 170
'Troubled' woman drowned in swollen city river. 405
'We know our rivals' quality' CAPTAIN'S VIEW RORY BEST, Ulster. 184
'We'll give brains or heart to power'. 804
5 things we learned from Cardiff's defeat at Ipswich. 588
A UNIVERSITY VIEW. 507
Archbishop OFWALES: My view on general election; Archbishop asks voters to think of others when casting ballots. 664
Are you at risk from diabetes? 148
Banking giant fined PS126m; UK BULLETINS. 136
Blind spot warning over top-ranked Pisa nations. 478
Brilliantly adapted from page to stage; REVIEW: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time at Wales Millennium Centre. 315
Cameron 'angry' over view he favours the rich. 494
Cardiff Uni team up for leadership award. 140
Chance to own a slice of iconic coastland. 435
Charity to close after funding cuts. 498
Clinton has to show her leadership quality. 663
Co-working spaces can cut hefty start-up costs; Co-working spaces have become a force of nature for entrepreneurs, creative minds and start-ups in recent years. And there are a few of them in Wales, says tech expert Nicholas Fearn. 710
Coalition talks could be much longer this time. 282
Contestants rise to Countdown challenge. 155
Cosgrove denies Glam as opening game ends in draw. 761
Could Bitcoin be on the money? Will new Government measures to encourage safer use of digital currency bring Bitcoin into the mainstream as a viable payment method? Peter Jenkinson reports. 390
Cruise ship with robotic bartenders arrives for naming. 144
Davies has confidence in his young Wales squad. 446
Deaths. 1019
Distractions 'cost firms PS250m' UK BULLETINS. 121
Doors opening on new university science hub. 565
Dread and despair? Not for LibDems; COMMENT. 496
E-cigs 'gateway to child smoking'. 445
English-based Wales stars FACINGWORLD Cup worry g. 442
Fall in number of Neet young people INWALES. 540
Farage defends his HIV remarks at launch. 1146
First drugs on way for hearing loss. 134
Five bids make up shortlist for Swansea site. 391
Food banks a sign of progressive society. 176
Google denies claim on competition rules. 569
Graduation ceremony for speech therapy kids. 209
Hard work, not headlines are key to Shelvey future. 751
House prices stagnant despite increase in supply. 482
How poverty makes its mark on children's school efforts. 642
Improving target times for patients welcomed. 257
Interactive careers and skills exhibition returns. 368
Iran 'not concerned' by US Congress pressure. 149
Island fort scheme must wait for more feedback. 170
Kardashian photo 'censored' in Israel; WORLD BULLETINS. 114
Labour promises PS375m a year FORWALEs. 391
London demons banished by Jazz in stunning style. 511
Look to Scotland for the way forward. 297
MAE'N siwr fod llawer [...]; WELSH COLUMN. Column 465
MARKET REPORT. 426
Matavesi pays his way to PLOTWALEs' downfall; GUINNESS PRO12. 804
Mercedes spell it out for top duo. 406
Migrant deaths 'worst' incident; WORLD BULLETINS. 126
Minimum wage paid to some Cardiff airport staff. 529
Monopolistic attitude shown by the unions. 418
MORNING SERIAL. 398
Mother's twisted praise for marathon bomber. 182
My young guns are aWales team in waiting, insists upbeat Dragons supremo Jones. 997
Nafaqa to swoop in Craven. 365
New church home to 'tower' over neighbours. 163
New music festival set to salute Steve Strange. 499
ON THIS DAY. 245
Ospreys left to fly flag in shoot-out. 260
Pay strike by fast-food workers; WORLD BULLETINS. 117
Plaid up in ratings after TV leaders' debate. 267
Profit boost for society in record year for mortgages. 743
PS3m help to build specialist 15-bed hospice. 230
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 121
Real-life contexts of challenges caught students' imaginations; The Welsh Baccalaureate will be a key feature of Wales' new-look qualifications system, due for launch in September. But the qualification has its critics and not everyone is convinced by its net value. Here, Catrin Evans, a teacher at Ysgol Gyfun Gymraeg Llangynwyd in Bridgend, shares her experiences of piloting the new Welsh Bacc... 515
Redundancies and course cuts as slashed budget hits college. 561
Reputation of college 'sullied' by terror link. 351
Ruth shocked at singer's Welsh doubt. 160
S4C scoops honours for historical programmes. 195
Services for Hillsborough anniversary. 134
Shareholders urged to reject chief's PS10m 'wages'. 293
Silverware would be something so special - Faletau. 494
Stop this loathing of outsiders. 189
Sunshine SPLITSWALES as south enjoys balmy day. 310
THEY SAID WHAT? 251
Ticket scam man ends life on run. 458
Titanic death letter found; UK BULLETINS. 134
Toddler left scarred after attack by cockerel. 214
Top Gear presenter condemns Sue Perkins Twitter trolls. 314
Tragic we have to ask for nuclear help. 126
Tributes paid to 'champion for rugby in Malta'. 168
Turner on target to make Bluebirds return. 243
Volunteers needed to help water vole survival. 152
Wales being held to ransom over funding, claims Lib Dem leader. 582
Watson back on course to make up for Masters. 429
Welsh Conservatives call for Right To Buy extension to be introduced INWALES. 377
Welsh quartet in line for the Crucible spectacle. 286
Will it be an Uptown Girl or boy for Joel? 196
Wilshere ready for Wembley comeback. 383
Woman guilty of honey trap killing. 510
Word on the web. 150
Worker fell to his death after day at races. 416
Writer honoured with plaque at former home. 213
Young otter in care of RSPCA after being found in garden. 233
Youngsters are under pressure to be popular. 584

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