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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (July 15, 2017)

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'Best friend' Defoe dons England shirt for Bradley funeral. 195
'Bombs rained down and Swansea burned' Growing up on family tales of the German bombing of Swansea during the war inspired the stories Mark Ellis would end up writing. His latest novel sees the return of popular 1940s sleuth DCI Frank Merlin and is a dark tale of espionage, murder, love and betrayal author's notes. 804
'I am a Swansea player, I love it here and I want to kick on'. 703
'Pretirement' increasingly seen as an attractive option; MONEY, MONEY, MONEY. 208
'Publish uni bosses' pay'. 116
'The UK's devolved governments are being treated with disdain over Brexit'. 790
12 charged over Bulmer art raid; UK BULLETINS. 112
13 injured in last Pamplona bull run; WORLD BULLETINS. 138
16 July 2017; SUNDAY. 307
19 terror crimes on sentence review list. 256
20 July 2017; THURSDAY. 276
21 July 2017; FRIDAY. 291
7 WORTH STAYING IN FOR. 769
A BIT OF CLASS. 361
A decade of little interest; Mortgage rates have fallen to record lows while PS179bn is sitting in savers' accounts earning no interest - Vicky Shaw looks at the impact of 10 years without an increase in interest rates. 672
A taste of Florida; Eat, drink and hang out at foodie hotspots in Fort Myers and Sanibel, says SIMON LOVELL. 941
Advanced institute is set to be a powerhouse. 348
All in the family for champ Lee. 326
All the Bell and whistles; Cardiff Philharmonic Orchestra celebrates its 35th birthday this month and will mark the occasion with a special anniversary concert at St David's Hall tonight. Neil Collins speaks with CPO conductor Michael Bell about his many fond memories performing with the orchestra over the decades. 1605
America is known for its interfering. 237
An experience made in Devon; LUCY ROUE stays in a gloriously quaint hotel in torquay. 914
Andy goes ape; STAR WATCH It's a case of the winner takes it all in War For The Planet Of The Apes, the third and climactic chapter of the critically-acclaimed blockbuster trilogy. Before it hit the cinemas, we chatted to actor Andy Serkis about his 'evolutionary' journey up until now, the introduction of exciting new characters and the franchise's topical subtext f s f. 1107
ASK DIARMUID. 164
Attack victim, 58, lawfully killed psychiatric patient. 733
Baby boy and a girl for Beyonce. 198
Bastille Day win for France, but no yellow for Froome. 603
Beautiful bathrooms from Leekes. 321
Block-in plane fans are fined. 161
Board reaches out for new staff. 393
BRAINTEASERS. 327
Broad pins faith in the weather. 540
Changes to Sheeran ticket rules. 207
CHEWED LAW. 280
Council defends ex-boss' top job with waste firm. 566
County start preparations for League Two campaign. 302
Cutting-edge semiconductor cluster moves a step closer. 224
DENISE EVANS samples the picture postcard scenery and sumptuous seafood of Nova Scotia, while exploring this stunning corner of Canada. Travel narrative 927
Developing right skills is critical for future success. 772
Does PRO12 really need the addition of two South African sides to thrive? 1024
Drug dealer spared jail term. 407
Electronics and medicine work in partnership. 357
Embrace transparency and don't keep the taxpayer in the dark; Our reporting on the Circuit of Wales struck a blow for transparency over secrecy. Now there's going to be an inquiry into how it happened. Chief reporter Martin Shipton reports rtin. 896
Ex-producer of The Bill jailed; UK BULLETINS. 160
EXPERT OPINION. 701
Fabulous new musical talent to entertain at all-day fundraiser. 234
FERAL FITNESS. 303
Festival dedicates final day to Fab Four; PREVIEW: Sgt. Pepper at 50, Festival No.6. 323
Fitting honour for city full of promise; COMMENT. 494
Five atrocities foiled in last few weeks, says Met chief. 509
Flexibility and security 'shouldn't be a trade-off'. 608
Fraternity to the fore in unlikely Paris bromance. 702
GAIR I GALL Lefi Gruffudd. 615
General Knowledge Quiz. 346
GET THE CATH KIDSTON LOOK. 246
Gran died after car caught fire in pile-up. 533
GREEN SCENE WITH LYNNE ALLBUTT; GONE TO SEED. 196
GrenfellTower victim remembered by crowds. 244
Hamilton trails Bottas in Silverstone sessions. 315
Heatwave predicted for weekend INWALES. 228
Hero army veteran dies of cancer. 289
His Royal 'flyness' visits Anglesey training base. 574
History beckons for Federer as he faces Cilic in final. 391
Hitachi 'could walk away once nuclear plant built'. 637
HOLIDAY DEALS escape plans; Fancy getting away from it all? We've rounded up our pick of the top destinations on offer from travel agents. 245
House frontage masks a Japanese haven of calm. 611
How can big spenders learn to start saving? MONEY, MONEY, MONEY. 272
Hull uplifted by 2017 win. 110
I got it wrong... but Gatland has finally changed tactics; GWYN JONES RUGBY SENSE FROM THE S4C PUNDIT sport@walesonline.co.uk. 1074
IN MY VIEW; REVIEW. 321
IN THE MOOD; Make the most of mood boards when planning how to decorate your home. 1150
Ingram prepared for busy weekend. 237
Inquiry into leak of Circuit finances. 418
It's all child's play; She's called Rebecca Keatley, she's from Port Talbot and she's on the telly an awful lot... the W elsh woman every parent with young children will recognise. 777
It's only natural; FEATURE Nature's all around us... but do we really notice it in our busy lives? Nathan Bevan discovers Gwent's finest - and most unexpected - nature reserves. 1481
Jimmy Carter out of hospital; WORLD BULLETINS. 106
Judge cancels deal with Prince estate; WORLD BULLETINS. 102
late breaks; last-minute holidays. 140
Leon almost missed tour after mix-up. 377
Macron is admirable in so many ways. 123
Mae gwaed yn dewach na dwr. 595
Make sure the burglars don't enjoy your holiday; IN ASSOCIATION WITH. 569
Man and pet bitten as dog out of control. Liz Day Reporter liz.day@walesonline.co.uk 502
MARKET REPORT. 415
Men jailed after ducks found in filthy conditions. 165
MONDAY; 17 July 2017. 324
MORNING SERIAL. 389
Motorcyclist dies after A487 crash; NEWS IN BRIEF. 124
MOVIE WATCH I; MOVIE WATCH II. 1841
MOVIE WATCH III. 545
New fleet won't use Welsh steel. 304
Now that's food for thought. 992
ON DIGITAL. 243
ON THIS DAY. 245
Padraig stays calm at the top. 347
PICTURE THIS... 149
Plaid's Adam Price foresees a wind of change sweeping the political world. 947
PLANT OF THE WEEK. 105
POUND NOTES. 331
QUIZ. 275
Rail link brings benefits FORWALES and Liverpool. 607
Rallying cry issued as Swansea shortlisted for 2021 UK City of Culture; Pride and joy as city in running for culture title. 886
Ras yr Wyddfa yn ol ar y sgrin. 352
Reasons for being an ice cream man? (there are hundreds and thousands) Summer's here and what encapsulates this balmy time of year more than the sound of an ice cream van's jingle floating along on a warm breeze from several streets away? So grab your pocket money and join us on the street corner as we meet some of the people behind those mobile joy machines that always meant so much to us as kids growing up... 1834
ROALD'S DAHL-ING COTTAGE UP FOR SALE. 253
SATURDAY; 15 July 2017. 273
Say cheers to the summer in style; These cocktail party must-haves are the perfect addition to your drinks cabinet if you're planning a party this summer, says SAM WYLIE-HARRIS. 699
Say cheese! New cafe set for city; NEWS IN BRIEF. 110
Scientists create detailed scan of brain's wiring. 389
Set to take action on cancer patient survey. 239
Sian ar daith i ben y byd. 380
Snow-white Katherine dazzles the crowds at Wimbledon. 601
SOAP WATCH; Read on if you're looking for the latest on Corrie, EastEnders, Pobol and all your other favourite soaps... 889
some nectar points Earn; Your borders are full of colour but it takes effort to keep them shining. 744
Stop dithering and fund tidal lagoon. 365
STRAIGHT OFF THE VINE. 546
Swans won't be bullied into cashing in on Gylfi. 590
Taking it to an extreme; WEEK WATCH With his sixth and final series of Extreme World airing on Sky 1, presenter Ross Kemp shares his fears for US racial division under the Donald Trump presidency (covered in Texas-based episode one), his hopes for a new broadcaster, and his ambition to cover hard-hitting issues in the UK. 753
Teen groped student as he helped her home. 234
Teenagers arrested after acid attacks in London; UK& WORLD. 465
The 50 best restaurants in Wales. Restaurant review 3254
THEY SAID WHAT? 229
THIS MUCH I KNOW; OPINION. 753
Time to harvest and sow veg seeds; JOBS FOR THE WEEK. 157
TINA'S KID-FREE SANCTUARY. 406
TONY LEWIS. 822
Tories at war over Brexit trade deals. 166
Tractor driver persuaded lover to take crash blame. 406
Treats in the Storehouse; The Taste Team checked out cocktail and grill bar Y Stordy in Aberystwyth. 745
TUESDAY. 271
Turning over a new leaf; ENTERTAINMENT I From a Bowie celebration to discovering a world of spies, there's so much going on at Cardiff Book Festival 2017. 548
Two jailed after man stabbed in lay-by. 238
Venus set to be on another planet. 297
Victory for Bluebirds - but everyone's a winner in unique start to season; CARDIFF CITY. 901
Warnock confident that Morrison will be staying. 358
WEDNESDAY. 304
Welsh coastal landscapes set to sell for thousands this August; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 448
What do those involved in the creative industries think of the City of Culture announcement? Mark Rees caught up with some of those who work in Swansea's arts scenes... 'a real thriller... an amazing endorsement'. 275
WHERE VANDERBILT MARRIAGE FELL APART. 275
WHY NOT CRASH AT A FRIEND'S PLACE? 143
Widening the net so that tennis can be a sport for all to love; CAROLYN HITT COLUMNIST. 1706
Will Green hold the key for May? POLITICS Political editor David Williamson looks at how important Barry-born MP Damian Green will be to the beleaguered PM. 920
wow... First Lady Jackie's former home is as glamorous as the lady herself. 212
Wyn win as Alun granted a testimonial. 367
Young vastly more well-travelled than grandparents. 189
Your guide to surviving the final stretch of the school year; What are your rights if you don't agree with a school report, should you buy a present and is it too late to buy new uniform? Abbie Wightwick's guide on end-ofterm survival. 863

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