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Articles from South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales) (June 23, 2020)

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'Daft in the extreme' how football media reacted to Bluebirds huge win over Leeds. GLEN WILLIAMS Cardiff City writer glen.williams@walesonline.co.uk 1169
'Our USA road trip wasn't for BBQ - it was to meet Dolly Parton!'. 1005
A&E unit set to remain thanks to 'people power'. mark smith Health correspondent mark.smith@walesonline.co.uk 992
American among stabbing victims. 368
Anton says it would be 'difficult' to quarantine for Strictly show. 182
Bank On Bomb Proof. 441
Barnes stormers... five Welsh heroes in Stuart's Lions top ten. ANTHONY WOOLFORD Sports writer anthony.woolford@walesonline.co.uk 690
Beaten and bruised - it's all in a day's work for stuntman. ryan o'neill Reporter ryan.oneill@walesonline.co.uk 1418
BEST OF THE REST. 344
Big Issue sellers ready to head back out on the streets. 236
Children needing foster care up 44% in pandemic. 344
Cinemas in England can reopen from next month. 398
Distillery helping rail staff get through Covid-19 crisis. 213
Enjoy a BBQ without the afterburn. 301
First Minister denies 'false promise' over schools reopening. 558
Footbridge will be replaced - but it could take two years. 326
Forget the sniping, let's get behind stars says Shane. ANTHONY WOOLFORD Rugby writer anthony.woolford@walesonline.co.uk 654
Glatz life - how hard work is paying off to Robert. 673
How to cope with losing your job... SADLY, REDUNDANCIES MIGHT BE MUCH MORE COMMON IN THE COMING MONTHS. LAUREN TAYLOR TALKS TO EXPERTS ABOUT HOW TO COPE IF IT HAPPENS TO YOU. LAUREN TAYLOR 1071
It's always good to talk; PICK OF THE DAY alan bennett's talking heads BBC1, 9pm. today's tv With Sara Wallis 283
Kyrgios in blast at 'boneheaded' decision to play. 456
Life-saving bone marrow to come from Poland. JEREMY ARMSTRONG echo.newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 520
Lockdown is terrible for people with dementia, they don't understand why they can't see their family; sir tony robinson talks to luke rix-standing about his experience of alzheimer's, his long career and covid-19. 841
Man 'stabbed to death' on city street, court told. liz day Reporter liz.day@walesonline.co.uk 795
Merthyr tips' opening hours are extended. 215
Neighbours get together to save couple's big day. aamir mohammed Reporter aamir.mohammed@walesonline.co.uk 635
NHS 'stories of hope' displayed in capital. 199
ON THIS DAY. 345
Plans to turn shop into gym are rejected. 185
Porter opens up on relationship with Prodigy frontman. 183
Punters backing Welsh duo for Prem. 307
QUOTES OF THE DAY. 263
Record-breaking PGA Tour win for Simpson. 288
Rennie reluctant to scrap Oz caps rule. 322
Retailers hope for business as usual as shops reopen. sian burkitt Reporter sian.burkitt@walesonline.co.uk 1341
SELF HELP. 312
Sewage has been discharged into Roath Lake, says council. alex seabrook echo.newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 971
Stars join forces for pandemic awareness concert; GLOBALLY BROADCAST CONCERT CALLS FOR TREATMENT FOR ALL. 324
statistics. 225
The heat is on this week - but 'stay local' rule still applies. JILLIAN MACMATH Reporter jillian.macmath@walesonline.co.uk 381
The uses and abuses of crisis management; 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 1088
THINGS TO DO AT HOME. 324
This could be just the start, says Virgil. 392
Town begins to reopen after second major blow. 751
Vandals target Black Lives Matter artwork. cathy owen Reporter cathy.owen@walesonline.co.uk 447
Wales failed to keep record of how many Bame people died with virus, report finds. DAVID JAMES Reporter david.james@walesonline.co.uk 1060
We followed expert advice on care home safety, insists Drakeford. mark smith & adam hale echo.newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 1418
WEBCHAT; Non-essential shops re-opened on high streets throughout Wales yesterday. 300
What you need to know about binge eating disorder ... FAR MORE THAN JUST OCCASIONAL OVER-INDULGING, BINGE EATING CAN BE A SERIOUS CONDITION FOR MANY PEOPLE. LIZ CONNOR FINDS OUT MORE. LIZ CONNOR 1235
When the bells tolled for Temperance Town. 206
Workers at chicken plant 'were scared to breathe'. 526
Youngsters raise funds to save club. 180
Your views sought on 'vital' stage in plan for cycleways. alex seabrook echo.newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 472

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