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Articles from South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales) (January 19, 2018)

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Title Author Type Words
'An ordered disorder, but every movement is full of meaning'. 719
'I think it worried my parents that I had bought a chainsaw'. 977
'Safety being compromised in our A&E departments'. 609
'Welsh-only' policy for managers shows a lack of ambition. 499
48 hours CARDIFF HOT LIST YOUR NEXT. 245
5 MINUTE BRIEFING. 378
ALL GEEK TO ME; THE LATEST GAMING, COMICS & TECH TRENDS. 317
APP ofthe WEEK; the food assembly(iOS, free). 135
Apple's iPhone battery update. 201
Around the fisheries. 623
Bamba shows there is value in market... if you look hard enough. 1055
BEST OF THE REST. 293
Blues aim to go out on a high. 387
Boost for scheme that uses flooded mines to heat homes. 531
Brothers reopen restaurant after chef granted visa. 457
Come in No.9... names in frame as Wales plan for life without star man Webb. 1032
Councils must pay more for better trains. 269
County expecting bumper crowd as they eye play-offs; NEWPORT CO v CRAWLEY RODNEY PARADE 7.45pm. 365
Dad died in crash on way home from FA Cup game. 356
DEAD... AND LOVING IT. 496
Disappointed, but Bellamy gets behind new national boss Giggs. 309
Diversions due to pipe works. 426
Don't worry, be appy and healthy; If you've struggled with all those New Year resolutions, technology is ready to come to the rescue. 580
events DiArY. Calendar 378
Exhibition posters are stars of their own show. 443
Faletau set to leave West Country giants at end of next season. 558
Head of podiatry retires from health board after 37 years. 344
History on agenda for students in bid to take silverware; NATHANIEL CARS MG CUP. 572
How the City new boys will fit into the system. 623
I loved the time I had with Rik, but we were stuck in a rut; Adrian Edmondson is breaking Bard playing Shakespeare. MARION MCMULLEN finds out about the comedy star's search for new adventures. 741
If women were equally represented, the world would be a different place; As The Post opens in cinemas, Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg tell LAURA HARDING their hopes for radical change in Hollywood attitudes. 1087
IN THE SHADOW OF A PLASTIC MOUNTAIN; HOW JUST 14.7 PER CENT OF OUR PLASTIC PACKAGING IS RECYCLED. 614
Jones calls up eight new faces for England. 387
Konta bows out to 'inspired' rival and heads for home. 432
Man is cleared of coercing ex-partner. 492
Man swung hammer at stranger and told police: 'Shoot me'. 408
May pledges PS44m for border controls; PM HOLDS TALKS WITH MACRON. 190
MICHAEL STARTS ANOTHER TRAIN OF THOUGHT-PROVOKING TV; As Michael Portillo heads across the pond for a new series of Great American Railroad Journeys he tells GEORGIA HUMPHREYS why he believes his travel documentaries have stood the test of time ON THE SCREEN SMALL. 562
Middle lane mania is rife; DRIVE TALKING. 406
Much-loved artist dies at 101 - with paint on his hands. Obituary 465
New design released for Navy's Bay plans. 342
New Jeep Cherokee breaks cover. 202
New trio from Mercedes-AMG. 401
Nomads too good for the rest on the Wye. 1234
Not your worst nightmare but it really should be. 452
Nurse struck off for groping women at work. 336
Ospreys look to the future as duo sign on the dotted line. 620
Our album is like a time capsule in space. It's transmitting like a satellite. Music doesn't die if it still resonates; 33 years after the release of Propaganda's seminal A Secret Wish, the band's Claudia Brucken talks to JOE NERSSESSIAN about the album's power and lasting influence. 902
PC found stab victim 'writhing' in agony. 346
perfectbody. 520
Pie and laughs on offer at new stand-up event. 250
Plans to close town's driving test centre. 617
Poorest children 'may never catch up with peers'. 778
Pouring more money into NHS won't cure it; Get in touch - tell us what you think Email: ecletters@walesonline.co.uk Twitter: @WalesOnline Facebook: facebook.com/WalesOnline Post: Media Wales, 6 Park Street, Cardiff CF10 1XR. Letter to the editor 1311
Promotion is looking possible for 'The Mission' WELSH LEAGUE. 343
Pupils create their own National Assembly. 242
Red-hot Beirne's the name on Scarlets' lips after Bath display. 315
SHOW BUZZ; ALL THE LATEST FROM THE WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT. 204
Simply great value from Skoda. 768
snapped. 141
SOAP WATCH; Your guide to all the drama in the Square, on the cobbles and in the Dales. 281
Sometimes rules are put in place for a very good reason; mum's the worAd bby Babby.boolter@wallesontline.ceo.uk r. 851
SOUND JUDGEMENT; THE LATEST ALBUM RELEASES RATED AND REVIEWED. 358
tech that... Nokia 3310 REVIEW: IT'S A BIT OF RETRO FUN. 427
Teen student fell to his death after a night out with friends. 618
THE COMMUTER (15). 162
THE POST (12A). 149
The race for points begins this weekend. 272
three to see; WATCH AT HOME Missed it at the cinema or on TV? We round up the best streaming and DVD releases of the week. 299
Tory claims over NHS funds 'fake'. 548
Udontdodou looks to be a Guest star. 378
UN adviser who helped draw up Welsh constitution dies. 212
Wales ace Cotterill heading for India. 158
Warm welcome as Harry and Meghan wow Cardiff crowds. 824
WEBCHAT; Consultants in Wales say A&Es here are worse than in England. 297
What's up Doc? PICK OF THE DAY will & grace Channel 5, 10pm. 278
Why rugby fashion could open the door for Anscombe to play No 15. 1199

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