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

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'Appearing on Dragons' Den was surreal'. 612
'Best fly-half' Cipriani can help down Wales, insists Woodward; WOODWARD'S TEAM TO TAKE ON WALES. 963
'Black magic' couple jailed for raping girl, 11. 208
'Civil engineers are optimistic about 2015' With 2015 being a critical year for economic growth, Rhodri Jones of the Civil Engineering Contractors Association looks at how sensible construction procurement can benefit the Welsh economy as a whole. 992
'No forcing of nuclear disposal on community'. 446
13 killed as Ukraine bus hit by mortar shell; UK WORLD &. 442
a sound reaction. 471
Abandoned micro pig seeks new home. 146
albums. 499
also showing... 657
AM calls for urgent improvement in 999 response times. 291
An epic revolution is under way today; COMMENT. 503
Ashdown joins fight to keep yellow on Wales election map. 659
Audi's big, sleek sportback. 799
Backing for lagoon plan from City Region board. 567
Balfour gives another warning on profits. 195
Billions wasted on Cold War weaponry; Views of Wales. 146
Brilliant new Corsa will be hard to beat. 471
Brittan 'transformed our country for the better'. 479
Call for more AMs would cost taxpayer PS17m in first year alone. 488
Care worker 'told girl he'd had sex with was just 14'. 409
Champions Cup is not a better tournament, but a closed shop for rich clubs. 746
Compact estate is simply fab. 409
Daughter would sneak out, mum tells teacher sex trial. 358
Deaths. 1047
Desirable Juke - funky and practical. 505
Despite the crachach, news is still all about the people. Editorial 691
Drive into 2015 with the new Motability Scheme. 744
Duke speaks out on under-age sex claims; Prince starts speech by denying sex allegations. 649
DVDs. 1059
ECB reveal Morgan plot. 149
Edinburgh commits future to County. 350
Education chances have got worse; Views of Wales. 154
Family car in A-Class of its own. 512
Fearful woman with stun gun has jail term halved. 245
Flanders spots for swim stars. 205
former home secretary always strenuously denied rumour. 452
Full-back battle on the cards. 201
Get motoring with Motability at Sinclair Volkswagen. 383
Golf hot hatch still reigns supreme. 535
Hyundai SUV really looks the part. 552
I had messages from people I don't even know... Kristian ONWELSH call-up. 1335
I'm here to play regular first-team football - Kyle. 307
Implant to drop blood pressure; UK BULLETINS. 115
It takes a lot to beat the Rexton; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 508
Jaguar's X-cellent success. 727
Laura on top of the world. 153
Leader quits amid rebel pressure. 132
MIND GAMES; Two weeks ahead of the big Six Nations kick-off in Cardiff, England coach Andy Farrell ramps up the pre-match psychological warfare as he accuses Warren Gatland of 'throwing all his grenades in one go'. 479
Minister's harmony vow after Paris terror. 469
Monk refuses to hit out at unsettled star. 150
Moody's England cry: Smash the Welsh forwards off park. 508
MORNING SERIAL. 406
Naughton in Swans arrival, and there's no exit for Gomis; SWANS IN THE FA CUP. 1028
New Year boost from Victoria Park Mazda. 451
Not the time to fan flames of extremism; Views of Wales. 245
ON THIS DAY. 196
Pharoah damage with mask slip; WORLD BULLETINS. 126
Plaid claims victory INTV debates row. 521
PLAN AHEAD FOR THE PERFECT CONSERVATORY OR ORANGERY EXTENSION. 223
Police killing sparks anger; WORLD BULLETINS. 111
PS10k fine for firm after worker lost arm. 198
Pub's PS8k fine for hygiene offences. 311
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 129
RAV4 is doing the Business. 239
Religious focus earns US artist PS40k prize. 547
Reorganisation led to inflated salaries; Views of Wales. 190
Revamp of city centre approved. 202
Rhydian Roberts: Life through a lens; He's gone from X Factor runner-up to classical crossover star and scene-stealing stage favourite.As Rhydian Roberts returns to the theatre in a new production of Jesus Christ Superstar, Nathan Bevan looks back through the photo album at some of the star's most memorable moments so far... 661
Rihanna wins legal action against Topshop over T-shirt. 162
Rough Guide site has plenty of ideas for accessible days out. 402
Scottish powers are the 'going-rate' for Wales. 753
screen scene; movies now showing. 6149
Selby and Cordina set to roar. 225
Six accused of PS142m fraud. 333
Slade under fire... but him to join the list of it's just too early for club's under-achievers. 764
Socialist MPs will be turning in graves; Views of Wales. 388
Soldier'sWWI treasure - pennies that saved his life. 612
Students move into PS45m halls - three months late. 186
Tan ready to fly in for Derby clash. 174
Temporary flood defences move; NEWS IN BRIEF. 113
Tenant free to make a splash; WORLD BULLETINS. 120
The American dream spirals into a nightmare; film review. 547
The best things writing songs' He's one of our most PROLIFICWELSH language musicians as well as a poet, producer and presenter.As Geraint Jarman launches his latest album, Iestyn Jones chats to the star about his life and career. 877
The City gaffers our man Terry has known... 345
The human cost of trafficking: How slavery is alive INWALES; To mark Human Trafficking Prevention Month, Safer Wales chief executive Barbara Natasegara says we all need to be aware of the signs of modern-day slavery. 807
THEY SAID WHAT? 243
Two fantastic shows from the National on their way to Wales. 439
Unearthing our past; As a major exhibition of the nation's historic photographs opens, Karen Price looks at some of the images capturing both ordinary and extraordinary events from the mid-19th century and finds out how they're being safeguarded for the future. 448
University's pay-offs total PS800,000 for just nine staff. 433
Vauxhall's Insignia has executive feel at affordable price. 775
Violence up as crime total dips to its lowest. 475
Vote on plain cigarette packets is welcomed. 332
Ware to now for modest Jessie? With her critically acclaimed second album out now, and a tour under way, JessieWare is set for a busy 2015.The sassy singer talks to Andy Welch. 959
WAY OUT WEST. 433
We, the living descendants, are the legacy. If we don't pass on their memories, who will? As they prepare to mark the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, daughters and grand-daughters of survivors tell Abbie Wightwick about the legacy left to them and their children by the horror their relatives suffered. 1768
Welsh actor shines in plot at the Globe. 304
What buying Liberty would mean to the Swans and Ospreys. 764
Williams hunting Tour place for Cheltenham trial. 262
wish list. 214
Would you like ice with your hybrid? 545
Yeti's quirky, desirable and great value as well; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 536
Zeus the cheeky moggie goes missing. 216

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