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Articles from Wales Online (Cardiff, Wales) (June 17, 2018)

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9 things in Wales that used to be toilets; As councils close toilets to cut costs, developers are showing that size is no object. 662
Aggressive seagulls could stop Royal Mail staff delivering post to Cardiff streets; Royal Mail said it is 'experiencing some difficulties' when delivering post because of the gulls. 649
Aldi's new school uniform package costs just [pounds sterling]5; It includes two polo shirts, a jumper and either a pair of trousers or a skirt. 248
All the road closures in place for Velothon Wales 2018; The annual sporting event in is expected to attract thousands of riders. 731
Camera van will patrol Rhondda Cynon Taf to catch people parking illegally outside schools; It is the latest Welsh council to clampdown on dangerous or illegal parking. 547
Cardiff City eyeing up move for former Everton ace Dan Gosling - reports; The midfielder could be the next man through the door at the Cardiff City Stadium. 264
Cardiff council wants to buy at least 100 properties and turn them into new social housing; The council is aiming to buy 20 residential properties from the open market every year for the next five years. 441
Cordon remains around Newport church as fire investigations continue; Police have confirmed a 43-year-old man and a 36-year-old woman have been arrested on suspicion of arson. 320
Ed Sheeran fans will not be allowed to bring ANY of these items to his Cardiff gigs; Those attending the four Principality Stadium shows are being warned that the following things are banned from the ground. 218
Ed Sheeran in Cardiff stage times, set list, tickets, road closures and support act; The Thinking Out Loud singer is making history by playing four consecutive nights at the Principality Stadium. 999
England's rugby implosion explained: How they have gone from Grand Slam heroes to crisis mode ahead of World Cup; Six defeats in a row and suddenly things aren't looking so rosy for Eddie Jones. 1816
Fish and chip shop fed more than 100 emergency workers fighting huge Newport church fire for free; The community has rallied around since the fire destroyed the church and a former nightclub. 834
Hen party spend thousands after easyJet cancels flight and tells them 'Hope you've got coats because it's raining outside'; The group criticised the company's customer service. 713
Heroin and a Welsh town: Addiction, violence and tragedy in a small corner of Wales; It's the part of Wales with one of Britain's highest heroin death rates - from overdoses to seeing friends die and being targeted by ruthless criminal gangs, those addicted to the drug are not afraid to describe what they go through. 3620
Hopes for new transport hub in Neath put forward; Projects are being put forward for Welsh Government funding in Neath over the next three years. 391
Locking up criminals and throwing away the key just leads to more victims / Will Hayward; It may seem satisfying, but it is a complicated issue. 940
Love letters dating back 60 years found under floorboards during cottage renovation; Sarah Quic was in the process of renovating her old cottage in Pontypridd when she came across the bundles. 694
More than 150 students in Wales are to sue universities over strikes; They are among 5,000 signed up for a group action across the UK. 1006
Ross Moriarty chokehold controversy shouldn't cloud an outstanding tour and he's become a Wales World Cup cert; The back rower was sent off after a dust-up late on in Wales' 30-12 win over Argentina. 960
Ross Moriarty issues public apology after chokehold on Nicholas Sanchez; He was sent off in the dying minutes of the game. 333
Simple tips on how to lose weight from the NHS; These changes to your diet and routine can help you get fitter and slimmer in a healthy way - and they're not difficult. 776
Swansea City to move for Swedish midfielder dubbed 'the next Eden Hazard' - reports; Graham Potter looks set to take advantage of his connections in Swedish football this summer. 313
The [pounds sterling]1.7m property for sale in the shadow of Tintern Abbey; The historic monument is literally your neighbour in this sale which also includes land, river banks and even a stone quarry. 644
The Argentina v Wales winners and losers as more players defy expectations and Argentina's coach quits; The winners are all in red with only Ross Moriarty blotting his copybook. 1036
The Cardiff City Sunday transfer digest: Bluebirds chasing former Everton and Newcastle star as Stoke City move for Junior Hoilett; Here's your round-up of all the transfer gossip from the Cardiff City Stadium over the last seven days. 603
The house that's being built entirely out of hemp (but no, you can't smoke it); Hemp can be used to make everything from rope and paper to clothes and food. 685
The man who couldn't read aged 34 but who now trains top doctors; John served in Afghanistan and Iraq as a medic and enjoyed a successful military career, despite having never told anyone that he couldn't read or write. 1163
The man who gets paid to play computer games and is one of the world's best; Adam Barton, known as dreamR, started off playing Fifa with his mates. 582
The mistakes, tribulations and all-encompassing relationships shaping Cardiff City and Neil Warnock's Premier League dream; The story of why things are different for both Warnock and Cardiff City this time around. 1560
The people next door who could be swingers: Inside Wales' ultra-secretive swinging community; After months of persuasion, married couples, single women and others agreed to open up on their passion: swinging. 3482
The rubbish and fly-tipping blighting Cardiff streets; One resident said she is 'embarrassed' by the state of her street when friends and family visit. 748
The small Welsh company that got to work with the Rolling Stones (and you've definitely seen their work); They attracted queues of fans wanting to take photos with them. 765
The Swansea City Sunday transfer digest: Swans linked with Ireland international as Potter ponders double raid on Swedish league; Here's your round-up of all the latest transfer gossip from the Liberty Stadium over the last seven days. 571
The Wales rugby players who surprised us the most over the past few weeks and full tour ratings; Many of Wales' younger players will return home with their reputations significantly enhanced. 1880
The Wales team Warren Gatland should pick for the World Cup and the big name casualties who must miss out; There are some major Wales stars who Gatland may need to leave out of his starting XV after young guns impressed. 2012
The Warren Gatland Q&A: Wales players now know every game they play could be their last; Warren Gatland had a warning for his players. 1137
The Welsh country pub that nearly closed down but is now being run by group with shareholders around the world; 'As true as a rattlesnake is a rattlesnake, Tafarn Sinc must be the only tin pub in the whole world that's owned by shareholders'. 2097
The wrong hip replaced and surgery on incorrect eye - just two of the major medical mistakes recorded by the Welsh NHS; The number of 'never events' - or severe negligence incidents - have been revealed. 570
Violent attacks and threatening behaviour mean some people feel too scared to visit Newport city centre; There have been a number of serious incidents reported to Gwent Police in recent months. 817
Wales and England are 'poles apart' - Warren Gatland upbeat about World Cup prospects as Eddie Jones plunged into crisis; Gatland enthuses about direction Wales are heading in and says difference between his side and England is stark. 718
Wales' first permanent inflatable theme park is opening in Swansea; The massive assault course will include a five-metre climbing wall, gladiator podium and extreme drop slides. 339
Warren Gatland has never taken a Wales squad this strong into a World Cup season; Gatland experimented with his squad on this trip and he's given them an almighty headache. 807
What it's like to be asexual: the man who has no interest in sex and isn't attracted to others; Stephen Broughton could tell, as a child, that he was different - but he didn't have the words to describe it. 885
What you should do when a loved one has depression; Experts and people who have depression have offered their advice. 1328
World Rugby boss launches extraordinary broadside at Wales for not picking star players on summer tour; 'Why are some players watching Wales play from a sunny holiday resort this month?' - Augustin Pichot. 510

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