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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (November 9, 2015)

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Title Author Type Words
'Don't read anything into Craig's appearance'. 329
'GLC's parody will only add to advert's popularity'. 626
'I opened the door and found my eight-year-old son hanged'. 683
'Outsider' proves she's bold and brilliant; REVIEW: Sarah Millican - Outsider, at the Grand Pavilion, Porthcawl, Friday, November 6. 346
'Time to start looking at ourselves'. 558
'Ultimate pro' Alun Wyn praised by coach after Ospreys' success; OSPREYS .........................36 TRIES. J SPRATT, J M T ATAVESI, E WALKER 2, J TIPURIC, S PARRY. CONVERSIONS - D BIGGAR 2, S DAVIES. ZEBRE.................................3 PEN: CANNAATTENDANCE: 7,236 REFEREE: GARY CONWAY .I A RE. 636
'Women less likely to get work training than men'. 612
2,000 more flown home from Sharm. 577
Assault victim dies in hospital. 218
ASTON Villa claimed [...]; ASTON VILLA ...................0 MAN CITY..........................0. 190
Backlogs in Welsh child abuse cases. 493
BBC dodged issue of PC security risk. 131
BEDWAS came out firing [...]; BEDWAS ...........................12 ABERAVON........................8. 469
Big question for the Swans: Where has it all gone wrong? 824
Business leaders can learn a lot from referee Owens. 815
Cameron ready to think again on EU. 295
Car crashes into house. 113
Choosing well helps both patient and NHS; 27 HEALTH THE PROFESSIONALS Welsh mental health charity Hafal has become a Choose Well Champion for Wales. Here chief executive Alun Thomas explains why choosing the correct NHS service is essential... 468
City assets sell-off is on cards. 607
Clean sheets, head starts and a legend in the stands; the things you chatted to your mates about after the game. 628
Corbyn's at war with top general. 505
Crabb: I want to see 'powerhouse' up in NorthWales. 412
Cup hero Coneygree in a successful return. 1015
DARREN MILLAR AM COLUMNIST. 571
DEATHS. 581
Defeat stokes up pressure on Jose; ROUND-UP PREMIER LEAGUE. 324
Delight for Davies as he wins back place on EuropeanTour. 876
Emotional support for bereaved families INWALEs is 'extremely poor'. 1159
England star confident of putting one over the Kiwis in series decider. 499
Enough laws already to tackle extremism. 211
Ermined exile aims only to placate media. 367
European glory FORWELSH side; RUGBY LEAGUE. 366
Faletau linked with approach BYTOULOUSE. 236
Five in a row for RGC. 401
Gibbs guns down Spurs. 560
Goals are still name of the game for Slade and Bluebirds; CARDIFF....................2 READING...............0. 897
HOW THE BLUEBIRDS RATED. 427
HOW THE SWANS RATED. 345
I must improve against big two, admits beaten Murray. 437
I'm lost now I'm free of my Sunday servitude. 746
I'm with Cardiff for keeps, says Sam. 413
Ill-suited blood tests waste NHS cash, claims student. 496
Inspirational actress claims award; FULL LIST OF WINNERS Best Hair and Makeup Trainee: Aimee. 618
It ain't half hot mun... froom Penarth to Paradise; How did Jem King go from being a sports journalist to running an Indian children's charity? With Shirley Bassey's Chanel handbag of course... 2203
JURGEN Klopp suffered [...]; LIVERPOOL .......................1 CRYSTAL PALACE ...........2. 165
Keep back pain at bay all day. 1341
Lennon's guitar sells for PS1.5m; UK BULLETINS. 101
Maleficent is icing on cake for Emma. 426
McDonald back to haunt County as Brackley battle. 448
medical notes. 361
Merkel wants other countries to take migrants; WORLD BULLETINS. 172
Mills frustrated ASWREXHAM lose a pitch battle. 384
More bragging rights for Drovers. 333
MORNING SERIAL. 407
Nation pays its respects to remember war dead. 640
No mail for village after dog 'attack'. 256
Nonsensical response to a serious issue. 209
ON THIS DAY. 279
Our government has little or no respect for us - CLAIMWALEs' teachers in new poll. 745
Output rises INWALEs - as order volumes slow. 635
Patchell praise amid talk of impending exit from the Blues. 1041
Providing the building blocks for strong, enduring communities; As the 21st anniversary of the National Lottery approaches, the director of the Big Lottery Fund in Wales, John Rose, looks back on how Lottery investment has impacted on communities across Wales. 672
Quins win it as rock-bottom Neath struggle. 412
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 146
RACHAEL MISSTEAR; MATTER OF FACT. 508
Ravens bridge the gap as Gatt's double sets up superb victory. 575
Saved from destruction, tree is VOTEDWALEs' best. 417
Scientific research to get PS39m boost today. 327
Shameless Labour is wasting millions. 188
Solar park proposed. 115
Spirited effort from Dragons can't lift gloom of poor results. 859
Tate's just great as Port claim win; ROUND-UP WELSH PREMIER. 304
Tax credits a PS1.46bn 'lifeline' for low paid. 687
Teachers must have tools to do the job; COMMENT. 458
THE BIG DEBRIEF. 462
THE BIG DEBRIEF. 764
THE mood in the two camps [...]; NEWPORT........................34 EBBW VALE .....................14. 457
These tests are causing real damage to children'. 659
THEY SAID WHAT? 211
Tickets review after hundreds queue for city firework event. 374
We've got to put it right, admits Monk. 384
Weather warnings as rain and wind continue. 208
Welsh Government bottom of class for respect, say teachers. 308
WELSH NHS CONFEDERATION COLUMNIST; In October the Welsh NHS Confederation launched its 2016 election briefing, entitled A Vision for NHS Wales. Here, the organisation outlines some of the key messages from its members about the challenges facing the health service... 581
World-class Nigel pitches in at home. 620

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