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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (May 27, 2016)

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'Confused' man in peak rescue; NEWS IN BRIEF. 104
'I was so scared for my kids' - TV Sian's secret cancer agony. 663
'PM's instinct is Brexit' - ex-policy chief. 207
'Stay in EU and kiss goodbye to immigration control' - Boris. 1569
'Troubled mother drowned after drinking alcohol'. 401
10 perfect activities for animal lovers; If the whole family loves a visit to a farm or zoo, there are some pretty fun experiences to be had while the kids are off school. From pig racing to cwtching up to a rabbit, here are 10 unmissable treats for half-term. 1059
27things to do for free; Looking for something to do that won't cost a penny? Here's a selection of what's on during half-term... 2047
album reviews. 432
Alice BLAND; Lewis Carroll's fantastic cast of characters is back for another CGI outing.... but the books' magic is still hard to find. 490
Allergy mother died after hospital penicillin blunder. 638
ALSO SHOWING. 413
Amazon Fashion boss moves over to Debenhams. 391
Ambulance service breaks through target for 'Red' emergency calls again. 152
At least 20 die as boat capsizes; WORLD BULLETINS. 124
Bale on the Euro finals, Atletico and Champions Bale on the Euro finals, Atletico and Champions facing England, League success. 1708
Briton killed INTHAI speedboat accident. Obituary 159
Businessman, 23, cleared of 'single-punch' manslaughter. 860
Club future put on hold as Allen's only focus ISWALEs. 1122
Cocaine and cannabis in murder-case baby's body, court is told. 562
COMMENT. 603
Corrections & clarifications. Correction notice 249
Deaths. 456
Decaying asylum fails in bid for new owner. 450
Demand for 'cast-iron pensions in any deal to safeguards' for save jobs ATTATA. 1360
Depp and Heard in marriage split. 198
Diplomat stops protester at military ceremony; UK & WORLD. 218
Diplomats draw up list of foreign investors in case of Brexit. 445
DVD RELEASES three to see; Missed it at the cinema or on TV? We round up the best DVD releases of the week. 265
Ed Miliband and Corbyn join forces against Brexit. 263
Escort and Capri are favourite Fords. 377
Everything you need to know about the Manics' Swansea gig; When the gates open, the buses that will get you to the Liberty Stadium, park and ride options, who the support acts are and everything else you need to know about the Manics' Swansea gig this weekend. 630
Fear of sheep on psychotic ram-page after cannabis feast. 318
Fears of near-stagnation as economy slows down. 462
Five held as new device exposes city drug-drivers. 253
Fracking ban must include test drilling - eco-experts. 521
Fracking is not the only game in town; COMMENT. 499
Fuel warning to those taking break in France. 239
Girl in Spotty Dress returns to site of iconic '50s photograph. 830
Glamorgan stun favourites Surrey in THET20 Blast. 452
Government is urged not to set 'dangerous' pensions precedent. 453
High note as Singer of the World beckons. 259
Households in Wales have less to spend than the English. 548
How a cruel twist of fate resulted in the horrific injury which ended the rugby career of Stoddart. 1025
How Brexit will affect consumers. 150
Hundreds bid farewell to 'Queen of the Gypsies'. 610
I never knew if any of the songs would be hits; Still in pursuit of new sounds, Paul Simon has never stood still. As he readies Stranger To Stranger, he talks to ANDY WELCH about his restless spirit, operating with no expectations and why he's only done when he's done. 987
Injury fireman's 7,000km cycle challenge. 228
Inspectors praise pupil-outcome improvements in schools drive. 387
Kirsty propping up Labour in coalition. 184
LOVE & FRIENDSHIP (U). 316
MARKET REPORT. 431
Mechanics' list of finds exhaust-ive. 154
Mercedes look to advance their E-Class. 869
MONEY MONSTER (15). 365
MORNING SERIAL. 450
Mourinho all set for United appointment. 282
MS patients welcome new treatment fund. 117
Nathan's back and he WANTSWELSH cakes; PREVIEW: Inglorious, The Globe, Cardiff. 243
New evidence sees 'burglary' jail term more than halved. 349
ON THIS DAY. 248
Police fire tear gas as Paris protests turn ugly. 331
Public get say on four options for Tata Steel pensions. 694
Queen to lead royal party at Assembly opening. 197
Queen's visit to brain centre will start uni's summer of innovation. 348
QUIZ OF THE DAY. 141
Referendum should have different subject. 110
Rising star Sheedy keeping international options open. 388
River search for missing man, 52; NEWS IN BRIEF. 119
ROBIN TURNER. 451
Seven guilty over World Cup blasts; WORLD BULLETINS. 120
Sisters paralysed 'after road-rage chase crash'. 432
Skates asked to bring museums strike to an end. 489
Sleepwalk artist's gift to kindly shopper. 256
Special Clio RS at Monaco GP. 156
Stable governments are what we need. 287
Supporters should be able to watch Euro 2016 at fanzones. 712
Sweet success for food company with PS193m pre-tax profits. 303
The door is open to all the oppressed. 127
The men with most to in Twickenham clash on play for Sunday. 1237
THERE'S PLENTY TO DO IN THE VALLEYS TOO... 1181
THEY SAID WHAT? 238
Third school hit by hepatitis A; NEWS IN BRIEF. 168
Those who refuse to surrender to extremism deserve respect; The desperation and determination of migrants and refugees to reach Europe is proof that all of us born in a country blessed with wealth and peace won a lottery at birth, writes David Williamson. Can we tackle a crisis while saluting their courage? 630
Top Gear gossip 'perfect storm' NEWS IN BRIEF. 117
Tories' alert as teacher-training places unfilled. 241
Treasured history at the mercy of cruel elements; Some of the world's most famous heritage sites, from the Statue of Liberty and Venice to the Galapagos Islands, are threatened by climate change, a report has warned. Emily Beament reports... 690
Trump gathers final few delegates for nomination. 194
TV CHOICE. 308
TV director's debut novel wins award. 440
Ukraine bars Gorbachev; WORLD BULLETINS. 114
Wales are like Leicester, roars Bale ahead of Euros. 275
WHAT HAS HE SAID ABOUT HIS NATIONALITY? 177
Who will lead out Wales ATTWICKENHAM? 600
Who's getting what - as councillors' pay revealed; Councillors in Wales will receive between PS13,300 and PS53,000 in salaries this year. Ruth Mosalski reports... 558
Word on the web A complete ban on 'legal highs'came into effect yesterday. 111

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