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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (April 28, 2017)

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'Captives' set free in anti-slavery operation. 434
'Corbyn's Labour worst opposition in history,' says Farron. 260
'Evel Knievels' heading for city; NEWS IN BRIEF. 101
'Get good Brexit deal for university research'. 571
'Knock, knock ginger' game teen suffered fatal injuries in taxi collision, inquest told. 647
'One of the best' - SirAnthony joins tributes to Lambs director; The Silence Of The Lambs stars Sir Anthony Hopkins and Jodie Foster have joined tributes to the film's Oscar-winning director Jonathan Demme after his death at the age of 73. David Mercer and Laura Harding report... 988
'One OFWALEs' most wanted' held in Spain over child sex images. 354
'Sweet spot' sees Lloyds Group double its money. 599
A debate could be for the good of all. 498
a sound reaction. 472
album reviews. 368
Aston Martin AMR shown at Shanghai. 334
Bale's bar set to open in Cardiff; NEWS IN BRIEF. 153
Beano cartoonist Leo Baxendale dies aged 86. 262
Blue plaque for Gielgud's London home. 175
Brunch, bubbles and the 'mother of all makeovers' - Gok set to unleash his magic on capital's women; Loveable fashion guru Gok Wan is about to help Welsh women with their dressing dilemmas over brunch. Bronwen Weatherby meets the stylist to find out more... 1081
Carwyn challenges May to issues-led showdown INWALES. 714
Clement's in the picture after Swans' movie night. 931
Comedy, music and gin - 20 ideas to make the most of the long weekend; There's a lot going on over this Mayday Bank Holiday weekend. While there are lots of alcohol-related events, there are also plenty of others such as foraging classes and comedy shows. Here's a selection of what's going on INWALEs... 1043
Computing investment puts Wales in the frame. 192
Connacht's Aki banned for ref abuse. 131
Corbyn shrugs off Boris jibes and pledges a 'serious debate'. 621
Correction. Correction notice 251
Davies set to join greats as two-time the Scarlets Lions tourist. 995
Death-crash accused had chased love rival before car tragedy, court hears. 558
Face scan plan for fans at Champions League final. 545
Fewer Neets now INWALES, survey shows. 142
Firearm and knife crimes on increase. 562
Fish likely to block lagoon go-ahead for another year. 467
French police shot on island; WORLD BULLETINS. 101
Gas installation works delay Exchange opening. 219
Gatland's men set to KNOWWORLD Cup rivals. 816
Harriers pay tribute to hero runners. 359
Her future's bright! Rare orange lobster escapes pot. 208
I HATED THE WORLD. I WAS SUICIDAL; Linkin Park's latest album is by far the most emotionally raw of their two-decade career. KERRI-ANN ROPER learns how making it was therapy for singer Chester Bennington. 998
Israel blamed for attack on Syria; WORLD BULLETINS. 108
Jailed drug dealer ordered to pay back thousands of his illegal gains. 570
Jenkins ruled out of last Blues home clash; GUINNESS PRO12 CARDIFF BLUES v ZEBRE BT SPORT ARMS PARK 7.05pm. 335
Kaino faces fitness fight for All Blacks. 363
Klitschko turns up heat on Joshua. 206
Knifeman held in terror swoop at Westminster. 709
LADY MACBETH [...]. 438
Last chance for the Dragons to end run; EDINBURGH v N-G DRAGONS MYRESIDE 7.35pm. 258
Madonna slams planned biopic; WORLD BULLETINS. 112
Man drove at 97mph while child, 5, had no seat belt. 232
Marijuana march comes to capital; NEWS IN BRIEF. 101
May will be PM if polls right - Blair. 199
Merkel's tough Brexit stance shows need FORTORY election victory, INSISTSTHERESA May. 488
Minority candidates vulnerable to system. 356
Mondialiste to hit Mile high. 403
Monster Jeep hits the warpath. 139
More democratic than referendum. 102
Mum denies drugs found in 'charity shop' jeans were hers. 240
N.Korea stand-off needs calm, clear head - Boris. 388
New Zealand critics turn fire on Gatland. 620
Overcrowding blamed as prison violence hits record levels. 261
Parish pulls out of Dragons' Den; UK BULLETINS. 132
Passenger 'tied up' on BA flight; UK BULLETINS. 138
Pet monkey recovered from house in Swansea. 224
Plan for 12 new railway stations on track; Plans in line for new rail stations INWALES. 875
Play-off woe won't hold Martyrs back. 187
PM may not seek MPs' approval for Brit forces in Syria attack, says Boris. 709
Price a driving force as he chalks up the miles in bid to keep his tour card. 721
QUIZ. 295
Rafa out to keep players focussed. 183
Revolution through a lens; Diffusion: Cardiff International Festival of Photography returns next week. Here festival director David Drake picks out 10 highlights to look out for at the exhibition... 993
Room occupancy reflects THRIVINGWELSH tourism. 327
Rudolph landmark as Glam off to flyer. 588
Runaway truck hit school wall. 184
Selection of new teachers is crucial. 185
Sheen champions those achieving real change in their communities; Michael Sheen has accepted the role of honorary president of Wales Council for Voluntary Action (WCVA) and will play an important part in the public work of the lead national body for the third sector in Wales, says chief executive Ruth Marks... 826
Silent defendant jailed for blocking roads. 223
Star Bale hopes new film raises genocide awareness. 285
Strong against the unborn. 195
Teen faces jail for 'plot to bomb Elton concert'. 268
The best buildings INWALES combine beauty with brains. 541
THE PROMISE [...]. 296
three to see; Missed it at the cinema or on TV? We round up the best DVD releases of the week. 301
Tough-talking Merkel against 'illusions' over warns Britain Brexit realities. 982
Toyota Yaris shows its hybrid credentials. 767
Translators must be provided for Welsh speakers. 404
UK 'gives EU net handout of PS199m a week'. 341
UK should not reduce aid budget. 149
Wales lock Evans forced to hang up boots with injury. 447
Wales to gain its second female bishop as Llandaff role revealed. 846
Wales tour farce ASTONGA clash yet to be confirmed. 454
Wales' share of GDP predicted to shrink further. 607
Welsh date for award-winning folk duo; REVIEW: Out of the Ordinary - Henry and Martin, Norwegian Church, Cardiff Bay. 330
Why Mickelson could enjoy Royal appointment. 300
Why this Tory won't be voting for party in election; The party may be riding high in the polls but not all Conservatives still feel at home in the party. Barrister David Hughes gives his view of the the Tories in 2017... 1164
Word on the web. 107
Young looks for home tie in play-offs. 195
Your sofa could PROVETHERESA May's greatest election threat; The biggest threat to the Tories'hopes for election success on an epic scale is that supporters will think the result is in the bag and stay at home instead of going to the polls on June 8, writes political editor David Williamson. 917
your stars. 415
Zohore in talks over new deal with the Bluebirds. 879

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