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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (September 19, 2015)

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'Business in general is wary of MrCorbyn' Public affairs consultancy Deryn on business matters in Cardiff Bay and Westminster. 418
'Corbyn offered me a cuppa - Cameron didn't even say hello'. 563
'Fans were fantastic against Hull now it's on to Rotherham'. 685
'I don't think I've ever met a child who doesn't like helping in the kitchen' TASTE I Having grown up surrounded by good Italian food, Michela Chiappa tells Rachel Mainwaring about her quest to discover how we can live to be 100, letting her young daughter taste wine and why we should be getting all our kids into the kitchen. 1315
'Now I'm fit, I'll be catching rabbits!'. 384
'Stunning' station re-opens. 128
29 killed as Taliban storm military base and mosque. 189
7 WORTH STAYING IN FOR. 941
A million children on the run from Boko Haram, says Unicef. 165
A pay rise for thousands of Lidl staff as supermarket backs a 'living wage' Word on the web. 108
Adaptability key for Monk's Swans. 1020
After Corbyn vote, Lib Dems can now BETORIEs' serious opposition - Kirsty. 845
Autumn accents with copper creations. 348
Baking a big impact with Beca; Becws presenter Beca Lyne-Pirkis describes her latest series as colourful and full of flavour... but it's not just a cookery programme, says the Bake Off star. 853
BEST OF THE BUNCH. 114
BIG MATCH GUIDE. 522
BIG MATCH GUIDE; ROTHERHAM v CARDIFF CITY New York Stadium, 3pm. 613
BRAINTEASERS. 340
Canada missing OspreyArdron; IRELAND v CANADA Millennium Stadium 2.30pm. 220
Cardiff in joint venture with one of China's top universities. 444
Carmarthen Antiques and Flea Market goes from strength to strength. 546
Carmarthen Botanic Garden's Fair is a blooming success! 632
Corbyn's steep learning curve. 429
Croatia transports migrants to Hungarian border. 317
Deaths. 2019
Derby day key for Keys. 307
DIGEST. 1100
Doctor Who star to play young Victoria. 217
Downton and out; After six years of butlers, blue blood and bodice-ripping, Downton Abbey is swanning off screen. But first, stars of the show share their most memorable moments with us. 891
Drug smuggler faces having 'too-soft' jail term increased. 285
Eight years in jail for online bid to buy ricin. 431
England off and running... but Wales won't be having too many nightmares; ENGLAND ........................35 TRIES: PEN TRY, BROWN .2., B VUNIPOLA CONS: FORD, FARRELL .2. PENS: FORD .2., FARRELLFIJI ....................................11 TRY: NADOLO PENS: NADOLO, VOLAVOLAREFEREE: JACO PEYPER .South Africa. 597
Enjoy expert table talk in Abergavenny; The 12 foodie talks you should head to at the festival. 882
Faithful dog died at dead owner's side. 152
Fan banned after trying to take flare into Liberty. 205
FIVE FABULOUS; ...gadgets to help your culinary expertise it in PS5-PS. Recipe 178
FLOWER POWER. 719
FRIDAY. 344
Game on ... after many renditions of the song of world rugby. 1175
Gang plotted to smuggle PS164m of drugs into UK. 489
Good Samaritan was my shopping saviour. 142
How to poach an egg... and other delights; Want to know how to make meal times easy by becoming a wizard in the kitchen? Let top Celtic Manor chef Adam Whittle show you how. Recipe 716
How Wales' universities can help support SMEs. THE PROFESSOR WHO SHOOTS FROM THE HIP DYLAN JONES EVANS 814
I've probably seen Uruguay play football more than rugby. But we must respect them; WORLD CUP 2015 SAM WARBURTON Q&A On the eve of Wales'World Cup 2015 bow, skipper Sam Warburton spoke to Simon Thomas about respecting Uruguay, ref clampdowns and how he's put his 2011 sending-off to bed... 1285
In bed with Kylie... kind of; INTERIORS. 154
IN MY VIEW. 311
In the Running for a great little break. 783
InjuredVidal remains on sidelines for Dragons; BOREHAM WOOD v WREXHAM MEADOW PARK 3pm. 187
It's all cooked up; Don't know one end of a pestle and mortar from the other? Then you may want to go on one of these fab cookery courses. 1021
It's been a long journey, but worth it. 319
It's festival time. 613
It's the land of the giants; As autumn shows begin, so do giant vegetable competitions and displays. Hannah Stephenson looks at who's produced the biggest and best, offers tips on how to grow the ultimate giants and questions just how edible they are. 721
Join our winning charity campaign. 344
Just grill and bear it; TASTE III Make summer last all year round by cooking on the barbecue whatever the weather. Heledd Pritchard talks to Angela Gray who thinks nothing of knocking up Welsh beef and Yorkshire puds on the barbie. 491
Keep an eye on your pension pot; With many people embracing the idea of workplace pension saving, how can you make sure you build up a decent pot? Vicky Shaw of the Press Association explores. 595
Labour leaders are a 'danger' to future of Wales -Tory leader. 663
late breaks. 190
Leading Welsh tech firm is named business of the year. 528
LESLEY TAYLOR; DESIGN THERAPY y y www.lesleytaylor.co.uk. 455
Lidl pay rise could spark more wage increases. 221
LosTeros' star man: I had to quit my job to commit FORWORLD Cup. 734
MARKET REPORT. 419
Master nearly back to his brilliant best; REVIEW: Art Garfunkel, St David's Hall, Cardiff. 351
Mastery of movement, colour... and rugby; ARTS & CULTURE. 539
Meanwhile, away from the table... 565
Midfielder Gosset keen to start with Saints. 182
Millennium playing host to eight games, and here's the details. 325
MONDAY. 321
MONEY, MONEY, MONEY; Principality's Savings product manager Kate Murray gives her advice to those first-time triers, or people who are looking to buy their first home, who can watch their savings rise by making the most of staying in this autumn. 648
MORNING SERIAL. 372
Mother critically injured in attack 'opens her eyes'. 374
MOVIE WATCH I. 1807
MOVIE WATCH III. 482
MP criticises Bishop over refugee crisis comments. 444
Murder-accused in Crown court; NEWS IN BRIEF. 118
Murray win, Evans loss means it's all square in semi-final tie. 482
News from the Pools... 837
NHS psychologist who treated private patients while off sick found guilty. 608
Now Welsh really is the language of the heavens. 459
ON THIS DAY. 299
Orwell would have been impressed. 131
Panel aims to give Wales a competitive advantage. 329
Paradox of Wales' latest job figures. 213
Parents jailed for indecent pictures; UK BULLETINS. 136
Phonics' album tops the charts; NEWS IN BRIEF. 102
Politicians pander to the migrants. 269
Pork on your fork; A new campaign and website have been launched to celebrate all things pork to highlight the growing industry. Rachel Mainwaring tucks in. 590
POUND NOTES. 343
QUICK QUIZ. 134
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 150
Read on if you're looking for the latest on Corrie, EastEnders, Pobol and all your other favourite soaps... 767
Revealed:TheWelsh targets in Hitler's chilling Black B. 454
Risk of poverty is worsening in Wales. 134
SATURDAY. 278
Silver service on the Rocky railroad. 894
Silver Spirit makes dieting plain sailing; Maria Harding cruises the Med in style and zeroes in on fine food that fits the health bill. 1031
Sir Paul tells of 'pride' in his post-Beatles catalogue. 405
Skipper Sam: It's time for the real business to start. 505
Still some way before regional consortia start working well; Wales' regional education consortia are responsible for school improvement. But how are they getting on? Education Editor Gareth Evans considers the need for collaboration. 859
STRAIGHT OFF THE VINE. 614
Sturgeon: No shortcuts to independence for Scotland. 255
STYLE FILE YVONNE JONES. 350
SUNDAY. 231
Swansea celebrates rise in university rankings. 598
Talking food; There's only three days to get around them all, so it's best to start planning your trip to Abergavenny Food Festival with our guide to the 15 stalls you have to visit. 909
Taste not want not; Lorna Doran drools over eight of the most indulgent, artistic (and expensive) tasting menus that are being served right here in Wales. Restaurant review 891
Teacher sets UK record for recalling list of words. 435
Thanks a Bunch; The Bunch of Grapes in Pontypridd has been named the best in Wales by the new Good Food Guide. A week ago, the 19th-century former alehouse was also crowned the Dining Pub of the Year 2016 in the latest Good Pub Guide. So what's all the fuss about? Katie Sands went for lunch... 647
The Accumulator Quiz; Each question has four possible answers and is worth from one to 15 points. Circle your chosen answers and keep a record of your points total. Maximum total points 120. 428
THE FIRST WORD. 704
THEY SAID WHAT? 258
This home has cinematic views toward Snowdonia. 295
THIS MUCH I KNOW. 742
Three charged over PS20k biscuit theft; NEWS IN BRIEF. 113
Three SUMPTUOUSWELSH show homes you can nose round this weekend; Ditch the pub crawl for a good nose around a beautiful show home for some interior design tips - here's some that might tempt you from your pint. 267
THURSDAY. 275
Time waits for no man; The Time Lord is returning - and, as Peter Capaldi tells Susan Griffin, fans can expect thrills, mystery, 'reckless adventure' and even some rock'n'roll... 810
TONY LEWIS. Recipe 708
Top-secret game behind giant World Cup ball in castle wall. 603
Tragedy, cockles and music... the story of Welsh maestro Jenkins; Wales' best-known composer Karl Jenkins tells his story in a new autobiography, charting his rise from a humble Gower seaside community to becoming one of classical music's most-celebrated maestros... via a stint in 1970s psychedelic jazz. 1543
TUESDAY. 279
Universities failing to make their mark; COMMENT. 436
Utopia is repugnant to these people. 317
Wales has first solar powered theme park. 457
Wales need the siege mentality after injury woes. 271
Wales' wait is over, finally the chance to right the wrongs of four years ago; WORLD CUP 2015. 1088
WAY OUT WEST. 449
We need to grow up - County's Byrne; DAGENHAM & RED v NEWPORT C VICTORIA ROAD 3pm. 496
WEDNESDAY. 297
WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK. 137
Willian out as Arsenal visit Bridge. 451
Woman's body found after blaze. 146
Would a Labour disaster trigger for a coup against in May's elections be party leader Corbyn? the Labour Party faces the challenge of harnessing the energy of Jeremy Corbyn's supporters while winning over people who voted Tory in May, writes Political EditoDavid Williamson. 1089

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