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Articles from South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales) (May 24, 2018)

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17-year-old faces court accused of attempted rape. 106
5 MINUTE BRIEFING. 380
A poetic tribute to founder of the NHS. 132
Alex blows his own Horne; PICK OF THE DAY THE HORNE SECTION TELEVISION PROGRAMME Dave, 9pm. 265
Appeal after dog abandoned. 264
ASK DIARMUID. 147
Bess ready to make bow as England start their Test summer. 367
BEST OF THE REST. 337
Brexiteers deluded that suffering will be worth it. 304
Bulldog breeder had weapons in his luggage at Cardiff Airport. 557
Cardiff care home stages a mock royal wedding; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 347
Cemetery plans after fears city will run out of space for burials. 328
CHARACTERFUL COMMUTER HOME. 477
Clarifications. Correction notice 257
Council in the doghouse over fouling campaign. 632
County's car park charges reviewed. 605
Couple reopen much-loved pub after giving it a revamp. 385
Cyncoed's Horrell called up for World Cup clash. 191
Dad found dead just days after step-sister died. Obituary 712
DEATHS. 1365
DECISION TIME FOR NEW CONTRACTS. 350
Double joy as City fan marks son's 18th birthday and club's promotion. 512
DRESSED toimpress; WHICH CELEBRITIES EARNED STYLE POINTS THIS WEEK? 227
EVENTS DIARY. Calendar 283
FBI caught in major spy scandal - Trump; BUREAU 'USED SECRET INFORMANT'. 177
Fear of failure can drive us into Premier - Snodgrass. 319
Figures reveal five dogs stolen every day. 209
First electric bus rolls into the capital. 286
French-Spanish venture wins PS5bn contract to run Welsh rail services. 1698
Fundraising night to get Helen more physio days. 442
Headland footpath gets a step closer. 288
How the way you wear your seatbelt could save your life; Changing the way you wear your seatbelt could save your life and help you avoid a PS100 fine. Tyler Mears reports... 518
I want to return to Russia, says Yulia. 476
Is Aron Gunnar go or stay... and should Bluebirds be concerned? 721
Jaguares show just how big the challenge is for Wales on Argentina trip. 1220
Javid: I support stop and search. 224
Lam's Baa-Baas history lesson. 339
Mum's pride at 'teensie' smiles. 347
My little peonies... They are the richest of flowers and with more varieties than you might think. 621
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 Pearl Street, Adamsdown, Cardiff. Here is who she found... 236
One to go as The Mission edge closer to impossible dream. 400
Patients told surgery only open for half day. 464
Pellegrini promised pot of Gold by Hammers chief. 329
PETAL POWER; No matter how your garden grows, anyone can enjoy an abundance of flowers indoors with this year's stunning floral designs. GABRIELLE FAGAN picks the best of the bunch for you. 609
Police appeal after woman harassed by man at stations. 110
Pupils crack the code to be named winners of competition. 361
QUOTES OF THE DAY. 163
RE-CLIMBING THE LADDER; The areas in the UK where properties have surpassed their pre-financial crash value. 308
Sandwell Metropolitan Borough WEBCHAT; Council is looking for a new cemetery as city is running out of space to bury dead. 400
Shaun remains as committed as ever to Wales - Howley. 500
smarter for 10; THE LAST LAUGHS MARION MCMULLENchecks out the comedy punchlines of sitcom favourites as Peter Kay's Car Share comes to an end. 586
SOAP watch; Your guide to all the drama in the Square, on the cobbles and in the Dales. 180
Songwriter has track snapped up by US band. 617
Stroke survivor Ollie launches fundraising walk. 319
SUBURBAN GRANDEUR. 902
THE OUTSIDERS; Want to save your plants and save water? Go easy with the sprinkler and embrace these expert suggestions instead, says Hannah Stephenson. 1009
There's plenty to keep your green fingers busy; JOBS FOR THE WEEK. 259
Uncertainty over Edwards now needs to be replaced by some clarity. 1142
Uncut grass near homes 'too high for children to play on'. 366
We must support Emery, says Wright. 262
Weekender should have a day in the sun. 391
Women first aiders close to front line in maverick yeomanry; Colourfully dubbed "neither fish nor fowl but damn fine red herring", the First Aid Military Yeomanry could be described today as both revolutionary and maverick. Here, historians Tony Peters and Roy Dowell tell the story of Cardiff's very own yeomanry heroine - Elsie Agnes Courtis. 1052
Yates remains in control as Viviani seals a four-timer. 315
You can't chase your dreams of sexual equality in high heels. 938
Young actor lands a starring role in new ad campaign. 375
YOUR NEXT 48 HOURS CARDIFF HOT LIST. 233
Youth service joins project in bid to end period poverty. 265

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