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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (April 23, 2015)

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'Asthma could soon be thing of the past' Scientists in Wales hail breakthrough. 225
'Giteau's Law' comes as no surprise to Howley; Howley not surprised at Wallabies' about turn. 845
'I don't know what more I can do' - PM. 240
'Sugar and carbs to blame for obesity surge'. 176
4,000-panel solar farm at beauty spot is blocked. 245
9Bach scoop folk prize as LEGENDYUSUF is honoured. 462
A new battle over internet shopping; Using Google search results is a well-known way to boost your business, but the search engine has been accused of unfair practices to promote its own shopping links. Katie Wright searches for the truth in the allegations. 526
A UNIVERSITY VIEW. Conference notes 548
Amnesty body bags a refugee protest. 220
Asteroidea looks out of this world. 336
Bailed trader to fight extradition to US. 172
Campaign to save free course; EDUCATION IN BRIEF. 136
Cardiff earn top marks as students TAKEVARSITY glory; SWANSEA UNI ................22 TRY: YOUNG; CON: HAMMETT; PENS: HAMMETT .5..CARDIFF UNI..................27 TRIES: I PHILLIPS, MADGWICK, J PHILLIPS ; CONS: PREEDY .3.; PENS: PREEDY .2. 607
Child-abuse 'monsters' facing long prison terms. 426
Crowd FORWALEs' exciting derby day set to put Euro final firmly in the shade. 797
Dan's the man after his return TOWALEs -Tandy. 647
Deaths. 1312
Dream-home mortgage broker admits PS686k fraud. 201
Drought fears allayed amid desert-like scenes. 470
Exploit coal reserves and prosperity will return -- Scargill. 721
Extra-leg Jake to be pet as vet rules out operation; NEWS IN BRIEF. 123
Five arrests as hillsides engulfed by infernos. 481
Foul play over domain names; what's on the web. 117
Giving pupils the skills they need to enter the workplace. 631
Howard lets his music do the talking; REVIEW: Ben Howard at Cardiff International Arena. 319
I am afraid very few of the. 133
Jobs on the line as organic dairy firm LOSESTESCO contract. 521
Labour leader Miliband rules out SNP 'agreement'. 309
Lewis 'takes a bath' as Tesco losses top PS6bn. 487
Lewis hails new grassroots initiative. 328
Macca top of the millionaire pops; NEWS IN BRIEF. 143
Michu's open to idea of re-igniting Swans career. 829
Minister says no to call for moratorium on opencast. 467
Ms Sturgeon is a modern Pied Piper; Views of Wales. 114
Mum really needs the gift of gratefulness. 208
Muslims believe in democratic process; Views of Wales. 288
new fellows elected to the Learned Socitey of Wales; The Learned Society of Wales (LSW) has this week unveiled 40 more outstanding scholars and major figures in Welsh public life to its burgeoning fellowship. Here the group's chief executive, Professor Peter Halligan, runs through this year's recipients. 783
New searches in Claudia arrests; UK BULLETINS. 130
Nominations wanted for vocational awards. 282
Nye would be 'horrified' by state of Welsh NHS - Hunt. 1084
One-week ban is not enough for nasty rant. 334
Organ donor baby 'lived and died a hero'. 1202
Paramedic struck off for fake 999 speed fine dodge. 370
PM's Salmond pickpocket quip; ELECTION IN BRIEF. 128
Premier to lose top seedings. 328
PS144m funding to create 50,000 apprenticeships. 569
PS47.50 - what Cardiff fans have paid to see a goal at home this year. 821
Pupils aged 12 caught with drugs in schools. 432
Queen's Award for entrepreneurship professor. 168
Real through to semi-finals. 146
SamWarburton Q&A: On Judgement Day, his best season so far and hopes for Blues' future. 1613
Satisfied students shortlist Bangor University for six awards. 334
School leaders get management hints and tips. 176
Sector-leading approach to working with students. 362
Seventh heaven is tough one - Monk. 421
Sex-assault paedophile has jail time increased. 582
Skipper's Surrey surprise as game drifts to a draw. 515
Stevens sees off old pal to book a 'Rocket' date. 354
Students and college staff protest against cuts. 446
Survey rates the Bangor student experience. 156
Talented beauty apprentices out to prove they're a cut above. 287
Teen's dune spinal injury; NEWS IN BRIEF. 114
Teenage kicks for Mili-Bond; ELECTION IN BRIEF. 164
The kids were in control - and we had to get that control back; When schools hit rock bottom, the damage can be irreparable. But many have fought back from the brink and Cardiff head teacher Mike Clinch has masterminded one such recovery. He speaks to Education Editor Gareth Evans. 976
Thousands out FORVARSITY clash. 170
Two new members for funding board; EDUCATION IN BRIEF. 125
Ukip'sWelsh leader earns a slapdown over 'children analogy' on devolution. 390
Universal opens its doors with 200 jobs. 336
Valverde does it again with his third FlecheWallonne title. 185
View to a drill in smooth jewel raid operation. 103
Vote Plaid, say no to useless austerity; Views of Wales. 291
We are so fortunate, please use your vote; Views of Wales. 211
We can still realise Euro dream, INSISTSTHOMAS. 710
We halted PS1.4bn pay cut FORWELSH workers - Clegg. 617
WELSH COLUMN. Column 461
Welsh pay remains intolerably poor. 502
Welsh scientists hail asthma breakthrough. 470
Whispers of the past as priceless treasure found. 552
Why Paltrow's food stamp challenge left a bad tas. 504
Why support these Little Englanders? Views of Wales. 283
Will Sturgeon be the most powerful woman INWALES? The Tories warn that an Ed Miliband government would be manipulateby Nicola Sturgeon's SNP. Could Scotland's FM really exert more influenon our future than economy minister Edwina Hart or Plaid's Leanne Woasks Political Editor David Williamson. 963
Word on the web; Welsh yoghurt maker dropped as Tesco culls suppliers. 138
Wright move signals more good news for life sciences. 478
Youngsters giving Facebook the boot; what's on the web. 105

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