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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (February 23, 2016)

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'If our pack man-up, us backs will take care of the rest' In-form Davies confident Wales can pass their French exams. 601
'Welsh way' lowers milk production cost. 619
21 dead as Fiji picks up in wake of hurricane. 163
30-year-old trains seen as the solution to overcrowding. 254
Aussies master pinot; ON WINE. 697
BBC director hints at more cash for English programmes INWALES. 215
Bittersweet symphony; Enjoy a taste of the Sunshine State with these Florida grapefruit recipes, writes Emma Johnson. Recipe 1280
Bluebirds will be desperate to avoid the kind of bashing by Boro which blighted 2011; Middlesbrough v Cardiff City, 7.45pm tonight. 894
Boris not in the same league as Cameron, insists Heseltine; Lord Heseltine has memories of the Swansea blitz and the days when Europe was torn apart by war. Now he is trying to persuade the country to vote to stay in the EU. Political Editor David Williamson reports. 864
Cameron takes a swipe at Boris in battle over EU referendum. 964
Castle strikes jackpot with PS645k grant. 524
Cattle for conservation plan from wildlife trust. 387
Charlotte's 30th party out of tune with some. 173
Cold weather on way as winter bites back. 434
Could they give you a say on Brexit, but not what's next? 899
Deaths. 1610
Do Assembly elections matter? 398
Economic cost of quitting. 110
Evans to return 'home' TOWALEs but with Scarlets... and not former region Dragons. 689
Farmers turn to 'Welsh way' to beat dairy crisis; At the annual Dairy Conference, farmers heard how they can weather the continuing storm of global milk price volatility, writes Meyrick Brown. 695
Footballer denies sex acts with girl. 388
Four decades of epic French. 2533
Four-legged clues to new sources of power. 367
France won't replace wing Smith after call-up farce; SIX NATIONS 2016. 273
Get Twiggy with M&S; As she prepares to celebrate 60 years in fashion, Twiggy has unveiled her new spring range for Marks and Spencer. Emma Johnson takes a look. 203
Give meningitis vaccine to all under-11s, urge parents. 629
Glamping firm finds chic new use FORWELSH trailers. 732
Gunners clash could be off due to cup replay. 163
Hotpants advert attracts most viewer complaints (. 521 helping new firms get off to flying start. 690
Improved transport links so vital for Wales. 392
It's all go for Gorokai at Wolverhampton. 521
It's great to have points in bag, declares ace Fowler; WREXHAM v KIDDERMINSTER RACECOURSE 7.45pm. 260
Legal aid firm told to repay PS800k. 181
Love is still all around for Wet Wet Wet; PREVIEW: Wet Wet Wet, Cardiff Motorpoint Arena. 280
Man, 28, faces life sentence after admitting murdering father-of-two. 206
Modern 'odd couple' of Top Gear. 147
More work needed to encourage people out of their cars. 315
MP takes up cudgels for cockle industry. 636
My, my, my take on Delilah lyrics. 177
Natural air force takes on gulls at city market. 446
Natural soil treatment hope for ash dieback. 409
New plan for Syria ceasefire; WORLD BULLETINS. 125
Newlywed 'murdered husband who lost his job'. 352
Nobody is happy the whole time; profile Marian Keyes' latest book is a collection of essays about modern life.The writer, now on the 'other side' of crippling depression, tells Hannah Stephenson why she's accepted that life doesn't come with a rule book. 899
Opening of new stores helps lift sales at Primark. 327
Operations cancelled as NHS staff work 'flat out' Surge in patients puts hospitals under strain. 754
Opposing sides in steps toward a deal Op ste Cyprus take faltering that may unite island; Frozen in time, the buffer zone on the island of Cyprus is just one reminder of the Turkish invasion that split the island into two opposing camps. Now there are hopes for a UN-backed plan to bring the two sides together again. 658
Ospreys' Hore in link with Waratahs. 278
Politics in a state of profound flux. 503
Professional fighters set for shot at Olympic gold. 273
Rhossili's sparkling sands best INWALEs. 165
School cook spared prison after stealing pupils' dinner money. 577
Spring board; From romantic ruffles and sweet geeky chic, to Nineties minimalism and space age shine, spring brings with it a treasure trove of trends. Katie Wright takes a look. 634
Spring's in the air but conditions are still challenging. 571
Stay in the EU... but reform it, says union. 219
style files. 180
Stylist. 306
Swans keeping tabs on Anderlecht ace Okaka, say reports. 407
Team work beats the elements at Lydstep meeting; turf talk. 727
THE TOP 10. 405
Thousands sign petition against plan for 'sandwich tax'. 291
Time rugby players possessed 'all skills'. 416
Time to move it a few gears on Friday - Rob. 502
Time to put up boxes to help our birdlife; naturewatch Euros ap Hywel. 407
Time's a healer as city horologist retires. 223
top ten. 199
Uber car burned in Kenya tension; WORLD BULLETINS. 104
Under-pressure IS may 'lash out' with UK attack. 232
Unions call for 'concrete measures' to help farmers. 349
US regulators probe HSBC's hiring policy. 252
Wales takes star turn in drive for German tourism. 374
We need referendum on Wales Senedd. 403
WelshTory leader gives his backing to UK quitting European Union. 856
Wild goose chase for homeless emu; WORLD BULLETINS. 134
Word on the web; Wales' most expensive and least expensive streets in 2015. 153
Work begins to clear steelworks site for housing. 659
Workers' rights key to success of agriculture; Protecting the rights of our agriculworkers is more important than evwrites Rebecca Evans, Deputy Minister for Food and Farming. 760

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