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Articles from South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales) (March 20, 2020)

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'As a Bluebird he excelled with talent and humility. Nobody did it better'. IAN MITCHELMORE, GLEN WILLIAMS, PHIL BLANCHE & TOM COLEMAN echo.newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 1419
'Harsh' prison move for disgraced Weinstein. associated press echo.newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 299
'I'm confident that we can judge where students are at'. 655
'No imminent plans for Welsh lockdown, but nothing can be ruled out'. 486
'One of life's good guys'. 308
'There isn't a shortage of food; the challenge we've had is getting food to shelves in time'. 619
'Wise decision' on closures. 190
A ghost tour of Wales; Mark Rees' new book Paranormal Wales offers a fascinating and spine-tingling tour of the country's most haunted places, writes Jenny White... Interview 1217
a Postcards from the pageant illuminate tale of a cartoonist. 745
A privilege to have seen Whitts play for Bluebirds; letters. 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 955
a uniform decision. JOANNE watkinson 425
Aid worker supporting flood-hit communities. sarah hughes echo.newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 1089
All Blacks still hope for clash with Wales. 292
ALL GEEK TO ME; THE LATEST GAMING, COMICS & FILM NEWS. 332
Anxious wait for pupils and parents over final grades. david owens Reporter david.owens@walesonline.co.uk 980
BEST OF THE REST. 257
BLADES OF GLORY; WITH CINEMAS CLOSED DUE TO CORONAVIRUS, DAMON SMITH REVIEWS THE LATEST DOWNLOAD, STREAMING AND DVD RELEASES. DAMON SMITH 426
Bluebirds and Swans may get to complete play-off push... behind closed doors. 489
Bluebirds in mourning at death of club legend 'Whitts'. GLEN WILLIAMS Cardiff City correspondent glen.williams@walesonline.co.uk 358
Boris: We can turn the tide on coronavirus in 12 weeks. jane kirby echo.newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 1473
Boxing clever; With the advice to avoid all non-essential contact with other people, here's a full round up of what you can watch from the comfort of your own sofa. 1077
CHARLIE'S ANGELS (12) .. ... [...]. 253
Children of migrants feel more discrimination than their parents. DEBORA ARU 403
Cost of a house in Wales at nearly six times annual pay. 276
Cultural calendar is decimated by lock down. Calendar 606
ESCAPE FROM PRETORIA (12A[...]. 194
ESCAPE POD; IF YOU'RE SELF-ISOLATING, LOSE YOURSELF IN THESE RADIO SHOWS, SAYS MARION MCMULLEN, INCLUDING A RETELLING OF THE APOLLO 13 CREW'S GRIPPING FIGHT FOR SURVIVAL. MARION MCMULLEN 791
EVENTS DIARY. Calendar 356
Four into 2 will go for BMW. DAVID WHINYATES newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 423
GET BACK INTO THE SPIRIT; Guardian sprite Ori returns with another spectacular adventure. 582
Hammers join in the race for Sanderson. 340
How Kavanagh overcame his concerns to become a hero at Cardiff City. glen williams Football writer glen.williams@walesonline.co.uk 1953
HOWDY PILGRIMS... GEMMA DUNN chats to the seven famous faces taking part in this year's Pilgrimage: The Road To Istanbul. GEMMA DUNN 739
Interest rates are cut to historic low. 212
Is coal tip safety on a slippery slope? Landslides during the recent heavy rain have sparked concerns over who is responsible for the maintenance of the many coal tips dotted around the area. Ruth Mosalski reports. Ruth Mosalski 620
Loan to develop city centre hotel project. 218
Mini goes electric with new Cooper S. chris russon newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 794
New wave; THE BEST NEW MUSIC IN SOUTH WALES. WITH DAVID OWENS 491
Penny just barks to summon me - I'm well trained. 326
Police seek removal of club's licence. anthony lewis 536
Price shock for buyers of e-Corsa. DAVID WHINYATES newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 338
QUOTES OF THE DAY. 252
Rugby star's funeral will be streamed online. anthony woolford Reporter anthony.woolford@walesonline.co.uk 405
Schools won't close completely - facilities for key workers. 459
SHOW BUZZ; ALL THE LATEST FROM THE WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT. 232
SOAP WATCH; Your guide to all the drama in the Square, on the cobbles and in the Dales. 185
Some glittering surprises; Charming collectable antiques with a touch of glass. 1107
SOUND JUDGEMENT; THE LATEST ALBUM RELEASES RATED AND REVIEWED. 323
ST YLE files; THE LATEST FROM THE CATWALK, RED CARPET AND HIGH STREET. 204
STARDOG AND TURBOCAT (U) HHHHH[...]. 231
Still hitting all the high notes; Singing star Russell Watson tells MARION McMULLEN about celebrating the 20th anniversary of his debut album after battling back to full health following brain tumours. MARION McMULLEN 705
Story of the sculpture that ran out of steam. david owens Reporter david.owens@walesonline.co.uk 442
tech that... A ROUND-UP OF THE LATEST NEWS IN THE DIGITAL WORLD. 267
The Beard that's feared... so why is Adam now out of the picture for Wales? andy howell Rugby correspondent andy.howell@walesonline.co.uk 1435
The fans' reaction... 335
THINGS TO DO AT HOME. 196
Time's running out fast to claim PS1m Lotto prize. cathy owen Reporter cathy.owen@walesonline.co.uk 252
TOFF TACKLING; Julian Fellowes-penned drama tells the story of a working class team bidding for FA Cup glory against dominant Etonians in the early days of the beautiful game PICK OF THE DAY THE ENGLISH GAME Netflix. today's tv With Sara Wallis 298
Virus spreads around world - but fewer new cases in China. associated press echo.newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 1051
We are still trying to figure out what is objectification and what is self-expression; Keira Knightley plays a Women's Lib activist who disrupts the Miss World contest in 1970 in the new film Misbehaviour. She talks to LAURA HARDING about feminism, seeking out female filmmakers and why she is taking on more politically aware roles. LAURA HARDING 1059
What 's ON THE BOX ?! We take a look at the small screen premieres gracing our front rooms this weekend. 266
What the authorities say... 1469
WHEN YOU'RE ON YOUR OWN, WE ARE THERE WITH YOU; You have been there for us through the toughest of times. We want you to know that your newspaper will be there for you now.#THEREWITHYOU. 621
Whitts... a great man, brilliant player and a Bluebirds legend - he will never be forgotten. PAUL ABBANDONATO Head of sport 1329
Windrush scandal was avoidable, says report. PA REPORTERS newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 515
Work starts on heritage centre plan. STAFF REPORTER echo.newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 546

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