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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (May 14, 2016)

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'Abolish' Party says thanks for the votes. 247
'Avocado' man exposed himself to shoppers in fashion store. 271
'Historic point' as power from coal hits zero. 606
'I was clinically depressed' He's the first to admit he's more comfortable with animals than other humans, but the path hasn't always been easy for exuberant Springwatch host Chris Packham, as he tells Hannah Stephenson. 837
'It's a dark show but it has a big heart' Karen Struel-White first tackled 'WAGs' for a West End musical and now the Swansea-based producer is turning her sights to 1960s icon Marilyn Monroe. 853
'Jet skier rammed pod of dolphins' NEWS IN BRIEF. 129
'My chest tightens, my teeth rattle' - student palms sweat and my tells of A-levels stress; New figures reveal hundreds of anxious teenagers are contacting ChildLine as exams loom. Here, 18-year-old Megan Falkner tells Rachael Misstear about the pressure she feels to get good grades at A-level and secure her place at her chosen university... 1574
'The course of true love never did run smooth' ... and so says Shakespeare in A Midsummer Night's Dream. Doctor Who resuscitator and TV-writing guru Russell T Davies has fulfilled a 40-year dream to bring the play to the screen. Kathryn Williams spoke to Davies and some of the cast about their trip to the Bard's magical land of fairies. 2346
'Underdogs' Ebbw aim to end Ponty's long run. 678
A new era of hard bargains in the Bay; COMMENT. 497
A quirky cottage perfect for golfers. 346
A state of political flux as the bargaining begins; At the end of a week that has seen some startling events in the world of politics, public affairs consultancy Deryn looks at the action in Cardiff Bay. 487
Ageism storm as Farage claims Hamilton 'may be too old' to lead Ukip. 383
Ail-greu clasuron roc Cymraeg. 326
Apple invests in top Chinese car-hailing app firm. 157
Art and about in Pembrokeshire. 847
Bank closures HITWALES hardest. 348
Bathrooms to inspire an interior design makeover of your smallest room; Time to see if your bathroom is in need of a spruce-up, and these room schemes might help ignite your interior design imagination. 438
Booms salute the dawn on peak in army celebration. 463
BRAINTEASERS. 443
Brexit fallout 'pretty bad to very, very bad' warns IMF chief. 982
Brexit will STRIPWALEs of millions - Cameron. 158
Brussels helps women's fight, says Harman. 198
Carmarthen Antiques and Flea Market continues to be a roaring success. 509
Carwyn 'may be restored' as Labour and Plaid continue talks. 1245
Celeb nurseries are child's play for firm. 490
Charteris and Phillips have final chance to join an exclusive club. 566
Child's play for Helena; She might be a Hollywood star, but Helena Bonham Carter's parenting dilemmas are familiar territory. Ahead of new series Love, Nina, Gemma Dunn catches up with the eccentric actress to talk tech habits, selfsufficiency and being an 'embarrassing mum'. 918
Children's woodland efforts damaged by thief who took stakes. 191
Chinese deny Hinkley Plan B; NEWS IN BRIEF. 106
Concessions on agenda as deal is thrashed out behind closed doors. 441
Cymraes sy'n. 403
Dad 'looked like wax candle' after acid attack. 654
Dancing for Dahl; Roald Dahl's Revolting Rhymes is to get the Ballet Cymru treatment - Rachel Mainwaring found out more. 637
Davey to make return. 129
Deaths. 1542
Delve departs Ospreys after 56 minutes of play. 280
Dismay for O'Shea as Quins fail in France; HARLEQUINS...............19 MONTPELLIER.............26. 322
Drones aid fire crews in searches and forward planning. 476
Easy tiger... kinda; AUTHOR'S NOTES Growing up with a morbidly imaginative mother, Freddy Krueger living up the road and a story that just won't go away... Cardiff author Crystal Jeans explains her autobiographical first novel. 823
Evacuations as world war shell is found. 488
Every little helps ASTESCO boss pockets bonus. 242
EXAM TIPS. 465
Father wins landmark term-time holidays case. 570
Figures show shock fall in construction output in UK. 372
FIVE FABULOUS; ... gadgets to make you popular with the neighbours. 126
FLOWER POWER. 745
Flying fish and film save castaways; WORLD BULLETINS. 119
Four-figure payout for cruise liner sickness. 483
French clubs set to cash in following NEWTV deal. 230
Fresh Bond whispers as suave Hiddleston seen with 007 pair. 169
FRIDAY. 338
From the Colts team to Europol; David Williamson meets Welshman and Euro enthusiast Rob Wainwright, one of Europe's most powerful law enforcers. 805
GAIR I GALL Lefi Gruffudd. 622
Going loco... It's a long-lost era of train travel - the smell of smoke, the clanking of British-made steel railway tracks - but a new series of books entitled The Lost Lines of Wales brings to life four forgotten journeys consigned to history. 841
Government's helping hand for house-buyers; MONEY, MONEY, MONEY Kate Murray, Principality Building Society's Savings Products Manager, explains what you need to know about the new Help to Buy and Lifetime ISAs. 750
HARDBACKS. 102
Haskins aiming to stop Morales. 422
Heavy drinker jailed after sexual abuse of three young girls. 445
Hezbollah military chief killed in blast; WORLD BULLETINS. 118
Home sweet Holm; This food shows that Holm House is more than just a hotel - the Taste Team reviews the Penarth restaurant and is left suitably impressed. 793
How Dai's boys beat Wales' Euro history Goliath to give a silver lining. 1460
I'll work with any First Minister to save steel industry, pledges Cameron. 721
I'm hoping Carwyn's tears were genuine. 156
If you're not a gluten for punishment... As part of Coeliac Awareness Week we take a look at the places to eat where you haven't got to worry about gluten. 774
IN MY VIEW. 372
INFORMAL DINING This relaxed [...]. 262
Interested parties invited to check out new coastal pop-up pilot. 553
Intimate experience with rock greats; PREVIEW: The Aguilar Blumenfeld Project, at various venues around Wales. 316
Italians in call for a third team. 208
late breaks; LAST-MINUTE HOLIDAYS. 120
Man accused of soldier's murder in Crown court. 249
Manga on the radar of Premier League outfits. 332
MARKET REPORT. 433
Mass evacuation in tyre-tip blaze; WORLD BULLETINS. 109
McClaren interested in Bluebirds top job. 291
Migrant arrivals to Greece drop amid pact tensions. 374
MONDAY. 271
MORNING SERIAL. 415
MOVIE WATCH I. 1767
MOVIE WATCH III. 520
National service keeps Ki out of season finale; SWANSEA v MANCHESTER CITY LIBERTY STADIUM 3pm tomorrow. 769
Never mind the Britannia simply waves, RULES; ANNETTE LORD takes to the Caribbean Sea as Britain's favourite cruise ship marks her first birthday. 1437
No longer a joke - why Welsh wine is ready to be taken seriously; The wine industry in Wales is set to boom in the coming decades g decades. 3046
Number of prisoners free on licence to increase. 235
Numbers man puts Sweden top as others prepare FORWATERLOO; Trivia buff, glaciologist and climate expert Dr Martin O'Leary has come up with a statistical model which says Sweden will win tonight's Eurovision Song Contest. Robin Turner reports... 601
Nurse killed in police car chase; UK BULLETINS. 109
ON THIS DAY. 205
Passenger made lewd comments to woman on train. 306
PICTURE THIS... 164
Poppies memorial honours the fallen of WWI. 409
POUND NOTES. 318
Punch and Judy now off amid violence concerns. 228
Quality kitchens available at Leekes. 381
Quay out to secure first Euro campaign. 374
Queen images released ahead of 90th birthday show. 224
QUICK QUIZ. 125
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 141
Radiohead's sixth number one. 145
Reach for the sky; ADD SOME FAST-GROWING FLOWERS AND CLIMBERS TO YOUR PATCH. 559
RGC aiming to create history with promotion. 701
Rivals looking to kickstart campaigns. 393
Rol newydd i ser Cymru. 505
Safer cycling for all should be enforced. 122
SATURDAY. 281
Scherzinger drops Cats for X Factor; UK BULLETINS. 142
Scottish judo star in coma AFTERVIETNAM accident. 144
Share secrets of success to drive up standards and BENEFITWALES; Leadership in education is crucial but, argues Education Editor Gareth Evans, head teachers must be willing to share best practice... 924
SHEFFIELD WEDS ...........2 BRIGHTON.........................0. 197
SOAP WATCH. 841
Splendid isolation is not the way forward. 455
Steel pensions scheme encounters opposition. 449
STRAIGHT OFF THE VINE. 603
Student jumps in river to rescue three youths. 581
SUNDAY. 318
swans will have to soldier on without ki! 117
Taking the first buying a home step towards of your own; Now may be a good time for first-time buyers to make their move - but will the 'Bank of Mum and Dad' be footing the bill? asks Vicky Shaw. 903
Tenants snap up space in the capital's latest office. 341
TEXTURAL contrast is a really important [...]. 313
The great taste of home in a wine glass; Our wine columnist Neil Cammies gives his verdict on some of the award-winning wines he judged in last year's Welsh Vineyard Association Wine Competition. 667
The new flexible friends of a fast-changing world. 823
The pride of Wales; We can't say we were too surprised to learn that the tourist industry in the Valleys and West Wales brings in millions to the Welsh economy. With attractions that include country parks, railways and even a world heritage centre there's plenty to draw in tourists from both home and abroad. 1374
THEY SAID WHAT? 225
THIS MUCH I KNOW. 765
This stunning barn conversion turned a ruin into a dream home. 518
THURSDAY. 276
Tiny 1851 rugby rules book sells for PS13,000. 626
TOMORROW Let's Do It: A Tribute [...]. 812
TONY LEWIS. 775
TRAVEL NEWSLATEST; TRAVEL ADVICE, OFFERS AND NEWS. 292
TUESDAY. 282
Uproar over boxer Fury's anti-Semitic net outburst. 166
US and Russia flying to Swansea airshow. 200
Wales tour squad the strongest ever, says Williams. 258
Wales' ability to choose is priceless. 226
WE'D LOVE TO GO BRAC; LOOKING FOR A CROWD-FREE FAMILY BEACH HOLIDAY THIS SUMMER? THEN TRY CROATIAN ISLAND BRAC, SAYS HANNAH STEPHENSON. 750
WEDNESDAY. 290
Welsh vineyards. 458
WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK. 115
Word on the web. 173
Word-wondrous events on Dylan Thomas Day. 159
Y SILFF LYFRAU. 317

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