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Articles from Wales Online (Cardiff, Wales) (August 5, 2022)

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'All our wishes as a family have been denied... We are broken'; Archie Battersbee's mum speaks after devastating court ruling. By, Neil Shaw 605
24 places likely to see hosepipe bans next as first comes into force; The second ban will be implemented from next Friday. By, Neil Shaw 687
300,000 people on disability benefits to miss out on winter fuel help in shake-up; More people overall will be given the Warm Home Discount but recipients of some benefits will no longer be eligible. By, Catherine Furze & Debra Hunter 743
A great family day out awaits at Cardiff Castle -find out why you should visit this summer; From informative tours of the castle to a host of outdoor events on its beautiful grounds, there's something for everyone to enjoy at Cardiff Castle. By, Leena Sidat 891
A Place in the Sun: Are the buyers just looking for a free holiday? It's a serious search and hard work, insist producers of Channel 4 show; It's a serious search and hard work, insist producers of Channel 4 show. By, Kate Lally & Debra Hunter 404
Airline passengers warned phones must be charged before boarding under security rule; Electronic devices, including smartphones, could be confiscated if they cannot be turned on when requested by airport staff. By, Abigail Nicholson, Aimee Robinson & Brett Gibbons 385
Amazon shoppers urged to check small print as customers hit with postal charges; Added cost hits people hard. By, Rachel Pugh & Nick Wood 492
Archie Battersbee must stay in hospital until he dies, judge says; A hospice had agreed to take him. By, Neil Shaw 565
Archie Battersbee's family told European Court of Human Rights will not intervene in case; The boy has been in a coma since April and is being kept alive by medical intervention. By, Kirstie McCrum 449
Archie Battersbee's parents lose latest legal bid to have him moved to hospice; His parents have fought a long-running legal battle over the withdrawal of his treatment which ultimately failed on Wednesday. By, PA & Ruth Ovens 192
Archie Battersbee's treatment 'to be withdrawn on Saturday morning' says charity; The 12-year-old boy's parents have lost a series of legal battles against the hospital. By, PA Reporters & Kirstie McCrum 429
Award-winning head teacher's tips for keeping children learning and entertained for free during summer holidays; Having fun and learning doesn't have to cost anything, said Michelle Jones. By, Abbie Wightwick 621
Be a Maverick, Virtuoso or the Heartbeat of your team as FIFA23 introduces exciting changes to player career mode; A new mechanic called Personality Points will make your players more successful in matches. By, Georgina Young & Debra Hunter 543
Beauty queen with rare condition is determined to inspire others; Jennifer Carless, who last year became the youngest ever Miss England finalist, has a rare disorder that means her bladder is no longer able to function. By, Aditi Rane & Matt Gibson 751
Being a 'nice' driver could get you an unlimited fine and nine points on your driving licence; We all want to be good, respectful drivers but being 'too courteous' can leave us in hot water with the police. By, Molly Dowrick 515
Boris Johnson most popular PM among Toby Jug buyers; Prime Minister has outsold Margaret Thatcher and Winston Churchill. By, Richard Wheeler, PA & Nick Wood 254
Boy who camped for 600 nights for charity offers top tips to other campers; Max Woosey, 12, raised £700,000 for local hospices, and is now encouraging others to get outdoors and enjoy the wide open spaces. By, Sarah Lumley 1259
Cardiff 10K cancelled with no refunds offered; Organisers said delivering the event had "proven far more challenging than anticipated". By, Anna Lewis 485
Cardiff City star reveals West Brom 'shock' and the player with a point to prove after Bluebirds switch; He has certainly made an initial impression and will now be looking to impress further after a positive start. By, Glen Williams 985
Cardiff City transfer news as boss reveals star's Reading U-turn and Kion Etete bids classy farewell to Tottenham; The latest Bluebirds news from Cardiff City Stadium. By, Glen Williams 1196
Child poverty increasing in key worker households, warns TUC; Study suggests number has risen by 65,000 in two years. By, Alan Jones, PA & Nick Wood Report 550
Crystal Palace v Arsenal kick-off time, TV channel and live stream details; The 2022/23 Premier League season kicks off again on Friday night with Crystal Palace v Arsenal: here is everything you need to know. By, Mathew Davies 871
Customers warned energy bills could double to £4,200 by January; The energy bills price cap -which is currently £1,971 a year -may leap to £4,210 in January, says an investment bank. By, Graham Hiscott & Kirstie McCrum 406
Departures take-off from UK airports despite tight restrictions on seat sales; There are scheduled to be 83,546 flight departures from all UK airports during August -equating to 14.6 million aircraft seats. By, Brett Gibbons 403
Desperate bid to save 'beautiful' independent cinema which just can't afford its rocketing energy bills; 'The energy crisis is the main cause -we're paying out more in bills than we're bringing in. We were never for profit but to pay for the upkeep of the hall is tremendous.'. By, Robert Harries 918
Diver's belly flop video at Commonwealth Games leaves TV commentators wincing; The Sri Lankan diver's entry into the pool prompted winces at the 2022 Commonwealth Games. By, Katie Sands 202
Divorcee decided to go it alone with donor baby -then she met the love of her life; They're now raising little Bowie together. By, Hannah Simpson & Steven Smith 1636
Dress ordered online arrives looking like a granny nighty covered in vaginas; "As soon as I saw the pattern I thought 'oh my god, I hate that'.". By, Neil Shaw 892
Driver sped through residential streets at 80mph as he tried to escape police; A judge told Roger Miller that he was lucky to avoid a collision with his "disgusting" driving. By, John Jones 1078
Drone images show how much Wales' reservoirs have dried up this year; Dwr Cymru Welsh Water has issued a hosepipe ban in Pembrokeshire and parts of Carmarthenshire. By, Laura Clements 433
Electricity theft at record levels amid cost-of-living crisis; Electricity theft is punishable by up to five years in prison. By, Patrick Jack, PA & Chris Attridge 463
Emirates recruiting more flight crew with exciting package in dynamic Dubai; The world's largest operator of Airbus A380s and Boeing 777s, is looking to recruit First Officers and is staging a series of UK events for candidates. By, Brett Gibbons 372
Ex-soldier says he spied on woman to continue his 'exciting' army surveillance work; Peter Cartwright hid a camera in the house of his victim so he could capture her getting changed. By, Esther Halligan & Chris Attridge 529
Family behind petrol station where hundreds queued for cheap fuel explain why it's been sold days later; Owner Ian Bailey said he had to speak out after numerous people accused him of flogging the fuel cheaply before selling the business. By, Jonathon Hill 1081
Family may have to fly home after luggage with money and medication goes missing; The family are supposed to be on holiday for two weeks but have been left without vital supplies -including money. By, Stephen Topping & Neil Shaw 532
Fears for wildlife around 'completely dried up' canal in Newport; Locals say the canal has become an 'eyesore' and that animals cannot survive with such low water levels. By, Ryan O'Neill 957
First average house price fall in UK since June 2021, month-on-month figures show; A typical UK property now costs £293,221. By, Vicky Shaw, PA Personal Finance Correspondent & Kirstie McCrum 817
First Minister Mark Drakeford inducted to Gorsedd Cymru at National Eisteddfod of Wales; In his blue robes, the Welsh Labour leader, Mark Drakeford, was welcomed to the Gorsedd by Archdruid Myrddin ap Dafydd, who thanked the politician for his efforts to protect the country during the coronavirus pandemic. By, Branwen Jones 697
Former BBC DJ Alex Belfield found guilty of stalking Jeremy Vine and other broadcasters; He left one presenter feeling suicidal after a 'tsunami of hate'. By, Matthew Cooper (PA) & Steven Smith 711
Gas and electricity bills to hit £4,000 from January new analysis shows; Bills will rise to almost £3,500 in October then go up again straight after Christmas. By, Neil Shaw 359
Gas and electricity bills to hit £4,000 from January new analysis shows; Bills will rise to almost £3,500 in October then go up again straight after Christmas. By, Neil Shaw 359
Gig legend Big Jeff 'so lucky to be alive' after severe burns; Jeff Johns praised the 'wonderful' staff at Morriston Hospital. By, Conor Gogarty 514
Girl gang hunted after cigarettes worth hundreds of pounds and croissants stolen; CCTV images have been released. By, Gwyn Wright & Steven Smith 495
Harry Potter star Tom Felton celebrates 100th show of 2:22 A Ghost Story with West End co-stars; The 34-year-old said he has "loved every minute" of his time in the theatre production. By, Mike Bedigan & Annie Roberts 317
Health Secretary 'must take more action on monkeypox or it will become endemic'; The US has declared a public health emergency over the virus. By, PA Reporters & Chris Attridge 565
Heartbroken woman gives up beloved dog after discovering it had been stolen from its owners seven years before; She had no clue that 200 miles away a family had all but given up hope of ever seeing their pet alive again. By, Nathan Bevan 589
Holiday group wore same underwear for two weeks after missing luggage agony; The party were booked to fly with Turkish-based airline Sun Express to Dalaman from Manchester but their cases and pushchair never arrived. By, Joel Moore & Brett Gibbons 355
Holidaymakers warned over mobile phone data roaming fees as 'many are unaware'; EU roaming fees have returned for many customers following Brexit. By, Steven Smith 552
Hosepipe ban in force in parts of England amid hot and dry conditions; The Met Office has warned there is 'very little meaningful rain' on the horizon for parched areas of England as temperatures are set to climb into the 30s next week. By, PA Reporter & Chris Attridge 640
Husband of GP who took her own life blames 'unbearable pressure' she was under; Dr Gail Milligan was found dead last week after going missing. By, Pol Allingham & Steven Smith 809
Iceland launches way to get an extra £15 free in time for Christmas; The money is designed to help shoppers in the cost of living crisis. By, Neil Shaw 304
Key moments as Truss and Sunak face Tory members in TV debate; Both interviewed by Sky News presenter Kay Burley. By, Martina Bet and Aine Fox, PA & Nick Wood 546
Long Covid fatigue may be permanent for sufferers; Symptom lingers long after infection has disappeared. By, Adam Chapman & Nick Wood 421
Lovehoney launch flash sale with up to 70% off everything; Shoppers can look forward to discounts across the entire site for all the latest toys, lingerie and essentials all weekend. By, Jada Jones 387
Man arrested after girl, 12, held captive with remains of mother and brother; Girl provided key information for authorities. By, Jay Reeves, Associated Press & Nick Wood 489
Man banned from every Sainsbury's in the UK after supermarket parking complaint; Garry Frost is "totally disgusted" by the company's decision, stating he did nothing wrong. By, Samuel Port & Corrie David 872
Man pulls knife on McDonald's customers and staff after being refused service at drive thru; The McDonald's was put into lockdown, and armed police swooped on the restaurant. By, Jason Evans 917
Mark Drakeford orders inquiry into ministers' dinner with Green Man festival boss and lobbyist; At the height of the controversy over the Welsh Government's purchase of a farm in Powys for the Green Man festival, lobbyist Cathy Owens hosted a dinner for two ministers and the boss of the festival. By, Martin Shipton 1177
Mum of missing man Jordan Moray says she still spends hours looking for him in heartbreaking appeal; "We just walk around, putting up posters -it's like looking for a needle in a haystack, but we keep doing it," she said. By, Nathan Bevan 631
Netflix's The Sandman: Cast, plot, how many episodes; The series is based on the popular comic book series from Neil Gaiman. By, Sam Cook 875
Network Rail managers vote to accept 4% pay deal, says union; The TSSA said yesterday thousands of its NR members will strike on August 18 and 20. By, Alan Jones, PA Industrial Correspondent & Kirstie McCrum 402
New Finnair Mumbai route opens up links between Indian city and major UK airports; Flights have been specifically timed to allow easy connections with London Heathrow, Manchester, Edinburgh and Dublin. By, Brett Gibbons 255
New smart glasses add subtitles to any conversation; The software's sophisticated voice recognition capabilities can identify who's speaking and will soon have the power to translate languages, voice tones, accents, and pitch. By, Neil Shaw 610
Nine tips for a hassle-free holiday with your dog; Taking dogs abroad can require a lot of thinking ahead. By, Neil Shaw 1726
One type of orgasm women need to stop having, experts say; Women were interviewed for a new film. By, Neil Shaw 533
Pensioner, 72, makes Commonwealth Games history by becoming Scotland's oldest gold medal winner; Rosemary Lenton has made history at the 2022 Commonwealth Games. By, Press Association & Katie Sands 267
Pensioners 'isolated' by lack of bus services in Cardiff, says local councillor; Councillors in Cyncoed have been campaigning for improvements to bus services in the area for a while. By, Ted Peskett 1020
People banned from visiting house on Llanelli street after police were called there more than 60 times in nine months; Officers have been called there to deal with incidents including anti-social behaviour, theft, assaults and robberies. By, Robert Harries 428
People can now recycle babies' disposable nappies fortnightly at the kerbside in Neath Port Talbot county; The new collection service will also include incontinence pads and absorbent bedsheets. By, Molly Dowrick 557
People urged to grass up their neighbours if they see them using hosepipes during ban; One water company has asked people to 'gently remind' their neighbours of restrictions. By, Ryan Hooper (PA) & Steven Smith 583
Person airlifted to hospital after crash involving motorbike; The road has been closed since just after midday. By, Benjamin Summer 247
Police appeal to Albanian community in UK and abroad to help find two men wanted on suspicion of murder; South Wales Police has released a video appealing to find the two men. By, Elizabeth Thomas 490
Police dog finds suspected burglar half-naked hiding in attic; The man was arrested on suspicion of possession of drugs, possession of a firearm and burglary. By, Neil Shaw 273
Popular Gower wedding venue and pub, King Arthur Hotel, goes from shock one food hygiene rating to four; Management said they swiftly reacted to the issues raised by food hygiene inspectors in February and promptly brought new procedures into place to rectify any problems. By, Molly Dowrick 563
Port of Felixstowe workers to strike for eight days over pay dispute; Unite said more than 1,900 workers at Felixstowe, the country's biggest container port, will be taking industrial action. By, Alan Jones, PA Industrial Correspondent & Ruth Ovens 484
Poundland selling items for 1p as it helps struggling customers; Stock is reduced once a week. By, Christopher Harper & Steven Smith 241
Poundland's school clothing range has prices from just £1; The most expensive products cost a pocket-friendly £5. By, Christopher Harper 206
Pregnant mum racing to give birth and get married after heartbreaking diagnosis; Doctors told Carrie she may not survive 24 hours. By, Rebecca Lockwood & Neil Shaw 437
Raucous Birmingham crowd providing the perfect backdrop to tales of dramatic athlete triumph at Commonwealth Games; Another capacity crowd -take note Seb Coe and World Athletics -rose as one to roar Eilish McColgan and Katarina Johnson-Thompson to golds in the space of 29 raucous and rocking minutes on Wednesday. By, James Toney in Birmingham 515
Review: A little car with a big heart -the Suzuki Ignis Hybrid; Gareth Butterfield tests the latest version of the Suzuki Ignis. By, Gareth Butterfield 563
Rich List 2022: Billionaire brothers and vacuum tycoon James Dyson named richest in UK; There are a record 177 billionaires in the UK. By, Phil Norris & Henry Saker-Clark 948
Rishi Sunak brags to Tory members about diverting cash from poor areas to richer ones; It has been called 'scandalous' by Labour. By, Sam Blewett (PA) & Steven Smith 441
Ruling expected on whether Archie Battersbee can be moved to hospice; High Court should make decision this morning. By, PA Reporters & Nick Wood 379
Russell Martin addresses links to Leeds United's Cody Drameh and Swansea City's brutally honest transfer situation; The summer transfer window closes in just under four weeks and Swansea remain eager to clinch further signings. By, Ian Mitchelmore 508
Seven steps you need to take now to survive the oncoming winter bills storm; The cost of living crisis will accelerate in October with a year of recession forecast -meaning higher bills, higher prices and job cuts. By, Levi Winchester & Neil Shaw 1213
Seven ways to avoid a £1,000 fine as hosepipe ban comes into force; Water companies say more restrictions are expected in the days ahead. By, Neil Shaw 624
Shopper footfall stalls amid record temperatures and cost-of-living pressure; Total UK footfall fell by 14.2% in July compared with three years previously. By, Josie Clarke, PA Consumer Affairs Correspondent & Chris Attridge 494
Shoppers baffled as Tesco starts selling 'Christmas' chocolate in August; It sparked a debate. By, Amy Reast & Steven Smith 208
Six ways to save money on back to school shopping; Deals, offers and grants are available to help this summer. By, Neil Shaw 762
Sky offering free broadband for the summer; You can get three-months free on an 18-month contract. By, Neil Shaw 241
Sneezing van driver caused three-vehicle pile-up on motorway in rush hour; Gas engineer fined £1,875 but spared ban after admitting driving without due care and consideration. By, Alan McEwen & Debra Hunter 480
Sneezing van driver caused three-vehicle pile-up on motorway in rush hour; Gas engineer fined £1,875 but spared ban after admitting driving without due care and consideration. By, Alan McEwen & Debra Hunter 480
Some experts claim we could see temperatures as high as 40C again within days; The Met Office says temperatures could be lower than last month but that very little rain is forecast. By, Neil Shaw 789
Source of the River Thames moves fives miles for first time in its history; Experts said it was a worrying sign. By, Ryan Hooper (PA) & Steven Smith 350
Spain ice cube shortage is red-hot issue for parched holidaymakers amid heatwave; Some establishments have even limited the number of ice cubes in each drink as supplies become even more scarce. By, Brett Gibbons 373
Spooked homeowner giving away cursed fridge haunted by soul of stepmother; "I'm starting to feel it completely unreasonable that she's decided to live in our fridge, judging me on my culinary decisions. She has to go". By, Neil Shaw 270
Steve Morison explains Cardiff City's overseas recruitment strategy, how Brexit changed it and why star 'jumped off the page'; The Bluebirds have made 14 signings but just one of them has come from overseas. By, Glen Williams 612
Strictly Come Dancing 2022 contestants: Full line-up as stars announced; The cast of Strictly Come Dancing 2022 updates as celebrities announced for new series. By, Megan Nisbet & Sam Cook 830
Suspected murder victim named as loving grandmother willing to help anyone; 71-year-old Margaret Barnes from Birmingham died late on Sunday, July 10. By, Steve Bagnall & Corrie David 223
Swansea City striker set for loan exit as Sheffield Wednesday and Oxford United emerge as frontrunners; The striker is set for an exit from SA1 with two teams vying for his signature. By, Ian Mitchelmore 216
Swansea City transfer news as defender addresses Burnley links and goalkeeper situation clarified; A round-up of the latest Swans related transfer news and updates. By, Ian Mitchelmore 1086
Swansea freezes school meal prices to help families during the cost of living crisis; Swansea Council also urged people to check whether their children are eligible for free school meals. By, Abbie Wightwick 666
Teenager died after falling 1,300ft during Snowdonia walk with dad; Christopher Jack Wilson was walking on Crib-y-Ddysgl when he fell. By, Amelia Shaw 226
The Aston Villa signing with 'great pedigree' who has slipped under the radar that Cardiff City boss Steve Morison can't wait to see; His signing preceded an opening-day victory over Norwich City but he is primed and ready to make an impact now. By, Glen Williams 475
The beaches and locations in Wales where you're most likely to come across a snake; ...and what to do if you are bitten by one. By, Katie Hoggan 876
The huge barn fire that took 60,000 litres of water to put out; Firefighters were on the scene for more than five hours as a 100ft foot barn went up in flames. By, Robert Harries 431
The latest death and in memoriam notices in Swansea as families remember loved ones; Our thoughts are with their loved ones at this time. By, Rhodri Harrison Obituary 2967
The latest death notices in Carmarthenshire as families remember loved ones; Our condolences go out to their families and friends. By, Robert Harries 1659
The list of things you can still use a hosepipe for during a ban; There are actually loads and some are quite surprising. By, Corrie David 977
The massive fines people face if they get caught breaking hosepipe ban; A hosepipe ban is coming into place in parts of Wales from later this month. By, Corrie David 636
The reason experts are urging people to turn their boiler on in the summer; It may seem bizarre when bills are going to turn your heating on but there is a very good reason to do so. By, Will Hayward 794
The sleepless nights, stress, and financial worries that makes it near-impossible for young carers to stay in school; Dylan Thomas, 18, fell asleep in class and some teachers "didn't care" when he was absent. By, Abbie Wightwick 998
The World's Smallest Whisky Bar opens in a former police box; It's cosy to say the least. By, Ellie Forbes & Steven Smith 281
There's a problem with the new passports which could cost you money; People who need to use a new style passport to renew their driving licence are being told to pay extra. By, Ruth Mosalski 549
These chilling scenes show medics dealing with chemical and nuclear 'attacks'; An exercise brought medical experts from 13 nations together. By, Dean Murray & Steven Smith 749
Third of us no longer believe in monogamy and quarter would try polyamoury; 39% of men said they would explore an open relationship. By, Neil Shaw 202
This Morning viewers delighted as 'dream team' Josie and Vernon reunited to host show; The pair have been popular with viewers since first hosting back in December 2021. By, Annie Roberts 451
Time is running out to enter the Swansea Bay Business Awards; Nominations for the awards will close on Friday, August 12. By, Ewan Thomas 230
Today's rugby news as pressure cranks up further on New Zealand boss and Pivac faces crucial call after loss of Wales coach; These are some of the stories making the rugby news on Friday August 5. By, Matthew Southcombe 944
Tonight's rugby news as new Scarlets coach reveals why he left Wales job and All Blacks risk lowest-ever world ranking; The latest rugby headlines and news bulletins from Wales and the rest of the world. By, Ben James 953
Top brews for £2.20 a pint as mini-kegs provide perfect beer at home option; To mark International Beer Day, The Bottle Club has curated a fabulous line-up of five-litre kegs and low-alcohol options for drinkers to enjoy. By, Brett Gibbons 499
Tributes paid to boy, 14, who died in fall at fairground; Mackenzie has been named after the tragic accident earlier this week. By, Sam Honey & Neil Shaw 438
Two seriously injured after large group gathers at Morriston Cemetery; Three people have been arrested. By, Angharad Thomas 275
UK tourist, seven, killed after being hit by speedboat driven by policeman; The girl died at the scene, a man has been arrested. By, Neil Shaw 232
UK tourists warned of growing violent crime threat in grim destination update; Officials are warning UK visitors in South Africa to remain vigilant and not travel alone because of the country's growing crime rate. By, Brett Gibbons 436
UK woman dead, three in hospital, after speedboat crash in Turkey; Local media also said the woman's husband was critically injured,. By, Neil Shaw Obituary 164
Wales' Gordon Llewellyn becomes oldest Welsh Commonwealth Games medallist of all time at 75; Llewellyn won silver in the visually impaired mixed pairs lawn bowls in Birmingham. By, James Toney 489
Wallpaper designed to help us stay calm as third say they are more anxious; The launch is part of an ongoing partnership with CALM. By, Neil Shaw 654
Warner Bros considering DC restructure to rival success of Marvel; It follows news the upcoming Batgirl movie will be scrapped. By, Mike Bedigan, PA Los Angeles Correspondent & Chris Attridge 468
Warning to holidaymakers over dashcam law as you could face big fines; Many drivers are unaware of the rules in this country, and the even stricter laws abroad. By, Neil Shaw 987
Warning to use old-style stamps before they become worthless; A new barcode system is coming in. By, Christopher Harper & Steven Smith 184
Welsh fly-half who shadowed Dan Biggar returns to play for new club in Wales after stint in France; He left to sample a different rugby culture but is coming back to further improve as a player. By, Mark Orders 319
Welsh Love Island stars reunited as they party the night away at reunion; Paige Thorne and Liam Llewellyn were seen having a good time but Paige's ex, Jaques wasn't in attendance... By, Jamie Roberts & Sam Cook 555
Welsh rugby derbies all handed 'fan-friendly' kick-off times in new URC season as Judgement Day returns; The kick-off times have now been released for the second United Rugby Championship season. By, Mark Orders 2805
What became of the young Wales team who did something very special three years ago; It was a notable achievement that will long be remembered. By, Mark Orders 1384
Who is Fred Sirieix's Commonwealth Games gold medal-winning daughter Andrea and who is her mother? The maître d'hôtel has a famous sporting daughter; The maître d'hôtel has a famous sporting daughter. By, Stephanie Colderick 507
Woman filmed having sex in front of hundreds of people says she 'made a mistake'; Police have appealed for help to find the woman after the incident earlier this week. By, Abigail Nicholson & Neil Shaw 434
Woman sheds 75lbs after looking like a 'little barrel' in party picture; "I knew I had put on weight, but this was like a lightbulb moment for me". By, Neil Shaw 636
Woman who says OnlyFans saved her life now makes £50,000 a year and helps others; Rachael needed to pay for private medical treatment but now makes enough to help others like her. By, Neil Shaw 958
World champion Jake Wightman on why star-studded Commonwealth introduction was just the boost he needed; It's just 17 days since Wightman, 28, claimed 1500m gold in Oregon and he admits emotions have been spinning ever since. By, James Toney in Birmingham 390

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