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Articles from South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales) (July 26, 2018)

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'Friendly' parakeet found in city garden. 199
'He should stay in prison forever - because he will strike again' As paedophile Craig Sweeney seeks parole after being jailed for kidnapping and assaulting a three-year-old girl, his victim, now 16, relives her ordeal and pleads that he should never be set free. Adam Aspinall and Cathy Owen report. 1069
'Village lost part of history' as phone box goes. 441
40 marathons from top of UK to bottom for dad. 315
a little less conversation; PROPERTY TALK. 262
Airline gets PS1m to market Wales. 520
All our dams in Wales are kept in tip-top condition; 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 640
ASK DIARMUID. 178
Beaches will keep RNLI lifeguards. 266
BEST OF THE REST. 334
Biodegradable bags may swap to plastic. 295
Boho buys for a colourful decor; Who doesn't love those relaxed, free-spirit vibes? SAM WYLIE-HARRIS reveals the pieces to shop now. 760
Choir helps mum get out again. 379
Clarifications. Correction notice 257
Crime book snapped up for spot on award list. 474
Dani's keen to stay on track. 592
Deaths. 1680
Defining day on stage 17 in battle for Tour crown. 467
Designs for living; PICK OF THE DAY inventing the impossible: the big life fix BBC2, 8pm. 291
DRESSED toimpress; WHICH CELEBRITIES EARNED STYLE POINTS THIS WEEK? 188
England looking to cover all options. 409
events DiArY. Calendar 385
Experiences inspire Liam's career with NHS. 672
fancy living in sherlock's home? 249
Fans to cool labour ward. 184
GRANDER BY DESIGN. 157
Happy baby is blessing for parents. 147
Harvest veg and sow some seeds; JOBS FOR THE WEEK. 140
Horses rescued from trench. 231
HOT TAKES; Marion McMullen finds out why the heat is on for a record British summer. 546
I can't believe I'm accused of terrible crime, abuse trial told. 337
Indecent pictures probe AM quits post. 429
IS IT TIME TO GET SMART? These nifty devices could help you save money and even save the planet, TV property stars Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer tell LISA SALMON. 999
It's still early days for our kids, says Croft. 242
KNOCKOUT blows FOR BOX; This adaptable shrub may be out for the count in many gardens due to disease such as blight. 680
La Pelosa has star appeal. 511
Merthyr make a dual swoop. 116
Murder hunt police arrest teenager, 19. 177
Murphy's on target again... but Bluebirds suffer a first defeat. 577
NEIGHBOURS KILLED ON THE BATTLEFIELD; Our website, WalesOnline, features a powerful tool which enables you to find family members or people who lived in your street who died in World War I. Today, Anna Lewis has searched for fallen servicemen who lived in Stockland Street, Pentrebane Street and Redlaver Street in Grangetown. Here is who she found... 265
New signing Diego to miss Cardiff clash. 285
ON THE WRITE SIDE OF ANDY MURRAY. 205
Picture perfect? How radical new TV deal will shape the PRO14 season. 2088
PLANT OF THE WEEK. 109
Puppies seized in raids on homes. 271
Rugby chiefs weigh up tackle law. 393
School holiday brings struggle to feed children. 679
SEEING Red; Red is great in the kitchen - it is enticing, bold and known to stimulate the appetite says. 338
SOAP watch; Your guide to all the drama in the Square, on the cobbles and in the Dales. 170
STYLISHLY UPDATED. 786
Suicide bomb casts election day shadow; at least 31 killed in pakistan. 271
Teen wanted 'gangster lifestyle'. 447
THE BATTLE OF THE BARBECUE. 242
The fate of those who refused to fight for king and country; During World War I, men who felt they should be exempt from the draft due to poor health, potential damage to their business, family hardship or a conscientious objection had to apply to a tribunal, which would decide whether or not they should be conscripted. Marcus Hughes looks back at some local cases. 1000
There's light at the end of the tunnel as Baker works towards a New Year return. 853
Thomas on brink... what happens now? 915
Trader's PS960,000 VAT fraud. 316
We owe it to the supermen and superwomen to keep NHS alive. 1167
WEBCHAT; The summer heatwave is to continue as the Met Office releases a forecast for August. 507
Who's in... who's out? The XI our City experts want to see. 1470
YOUR NEXT On 48 hours. 184

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