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

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'Depraved' man raped child and aborted her baby. 503
'Drinking alcohol most days a week protects against diabetes'. 253
'Gay men were still stigmatised after the 1967 legal landmark'. 650
'I couldn't stop thinking about it. I was being seduced by Morticia...' She's swapped one complicated family for another but former EastEnders actress SamanthaWomack couldn't be happier to be starring in the UK premiere of The Addams Family. She tells us about the touring production as it heads TOWALEs. 960
'I just looked back once and that one vision will stay in my brain forever'. 607
'We stayed at the new CBEEBIEs Land Hotel and we didn't want to leave' Our reviewer Gemma Jaleel says it's the perfect family break - jam-packed with entertainment the kids will love. 868
'We're making more of an impression.There's nothing women can't do' Farming editor Chris Kelsey spoke to five women at this year's Royal Welsh Show who are all in their different ways carving out a different role to the traditional one of a woman in farming... 1862
A healing dose of heart and humour; This real-life true tale of a Pakistani-American forced to confront his feelings for his ex- girlfriend while she is in a coma is an unlikely subject for comedy... but a witty script and great performances make this movie a warm-hearted joy JUST when it seemed that heartfelt romantic comedies might be in tHE BIG SICK (15) ..... 470
Adam & Eve's story brought to life; PREVIEW: Heaven On Earth at Cardiff Motorpoint Arena. 291
ALSO SHOWING. 360
Army veteran cleared of dangerous driving in A465 crash. 249
Bale's future may be out of my hands, says Zidane. 355
Bale, Mbappe, Real and United... so what happens next in this superstars saga? FOOTBALL. 1752
Ban on diesel cars 'ironic' after electrification decision. 723
BBC is decadent, with no morality. 225
Bomb disposal squad called AFTERWWI shell found in house. 259
Boris: 'Talks will lead to deal on goods'. 423
CAPTAIN UNDERPANTS: THE FIRST EPIC MOVIE (U).. ... 303
Check out great places to check in for family break; You may not be jetting away as a family this summer but you definitely deserve a short break, so why not book a room at one of these family-friendly hotels which are on our doorstep. 1650
Cook steadies England ship. 172
Corporate manslaughter suspected INTOWER probe. 395
Council chief off to pastures new; NEWS IN BRIEF. 285
Council presses for work to start on city bus station. 563
Dad's fears for daughter held in Portuguese prison. 567
Dilemma for the UK amid Brexit demands. 137
Don't invest in the obsolete, look ahead. 382
Drug use shows big fall in decade; UK BULLETINS. 133
DVD RELEASES three to see; Missed it at the cinema or on TV? We round up the best DVD releases of the week. 278
Evans above! star looks back Former Wales at his career. 1368
Family's tribute to crash victim; NEWS IN BRIEF. 143
Free movement will end when UK leaves the EU, says minister. 461
French fire crews tame coastal blazes in the Med. 184
French village in tribute TOWELSH soldier killed on SSTRANSYLVANIA; The sinking of the SS Transylvania by a German U-Boat off the shores of Europe in 1917 took the lives of more than 400 people. Here, Tom Houghton reports on how a French village paid a touching tribute to a Cardiff soldier washed up on a nearby beach... 740
GIRLS TRIP (15)... .. 454
Government 'confident' Brexit talks will proceed as planned. 296
Grandad died 'as he tried to fix smoke alarm'. 255
GREAT ORMOND ST HOSPITAL'S STATEMENT IN FULL... 421
High-SPIRITEDWILLIAM's final air ambulance shift. 310
Hospital's 'regret' at fight over Charlie's final hours. 623
Jackson estate owes Quincy PS7m; WORLD BULLETINS. 126
Kia on the Pulse with latest Rio. 297
Koeman admits Gylfi pursuit is now in hands of his board; FOOTBALL. 587
Lagoon plea gets 'fair hearing' at London talks, says Plaid AM. 230
Langer leads but Porthcawl batters struggling Seniors. 679
Libor past its sell-by date - FCA. 336
Lloyds will pay PS1bn to compensate customers. 533
Madonna and twins accept damages over invasion of privacy. 207
Maker of armchair recliners settles on Europe. 236
Man dies in Ohio fair-ride horror; WORLD BULLETINS. 123
Man jailed for threats to anti-hunt campaigner. Robert Dalling Reporter robert.dalling@walesonline.co.uk 578
Man, 31, killed for his Rolex; UK BULLETINS. 132
MARKET REPORT. 430
Merc prices posh pick-up. 516
Mercury judge defends Ed Sheeran on shortlist. 282
Miller is relishing his T20 debut for Glam. 390
Ministers to fight any bid to 'rob' powers from the devolved nations. 734
MORNING SERIAL. 416
Mum gets 16 years for murdering daughter, 2. 430
Museum's Cartier ring reported lost; UK BULLETINS. 124
Nearly one-fifth of city prison inmates failed drug test - report. 343
New Bluebird Camp to miss start of Championship campaign; FOOTBALL. 587
New DS 3 gets tech connected. 204
No Moore Test rugby for Aussie skipper. 252
ON THIS DAY. 299
Packaging firm to shed 150 jobs ATWELSH plant. 508
Pause for thought as 'yoke' a symbol of a nation's courage. 823
Police still seeking hit-and-run driver; NEWS IN BRIEF. 135
Presenter back on air after remarks apology. 198
Professor secures PS2m grant for burns unit. 205
QUIZ. 132
Rape-trial officer tells jury: 'I'm not a sex predator'. 473
Record 71 prisoners freed in error as jail violence hits high. 661
Redirect money to electrification scheme. 195
Rust in peace now the Iron Ring's job is done. 200
Sad ending as bookshop set to close. 223
Say cheese, it's festival time; More than 80,000 people are set to descend on Caerphilly this weekend as the 21st annual Big Cheese festival begins. And while it's one of the most popular events in the south Wales' foodie calendar, there's a lot more to it than that - with music, dance, falconry, fire eating and street entertainers. Here's all you need to know... 499
Scale of passenger squeeze on our railways revealed; Trains are travelling beyond capacity every day - report. 918
School offers dream Welsh teaching job in wilderness. 389
screen scene; movies now showing. 7339
Service remembers five killed in Grenfell Tower inferno. 253
Sir Keir:All Brexit options must be kept on table. 245
SOUND JUDGEMENT; THE LATEST ALBUM RELEASES RATED AND REVIEWED. 330
Teen show disappearance 'totally out of character'. 338
Teenager dies in Snowdonia two-car crash. 390
THEY SAID WHAT? 262
Thomas to coach with the Dragons. 301
Transport failures wreck prosperity; COMMENT. 491
Treasury man becomes Bank of England's deputy governor. 391
US-Syrian fighters prevail in Raqqa; WORLD BULLETINS. 114
Wales will pay a dear price if high-speed doesn't come west; Business editor Sion Barry explains why the UK Government ought to prioritise investment to make sure high-speed rail comes to south Wales and Bristol. 669
Warburton gives Lions mementos to Tenovus shop. 167
Welsh town named rat capital of the UK. 131
Westlife's Shane buoyed by new Eastern promise; ASIA HAS TAKEN SHANE FILAN TO ITS HEART BUT THE FORMER BOYBAND MEMBER HAD NO IDEA ONE OF HIS OLD DEMOS WAS THE TOP WEDDING SONG THERE, marion mcmullen DISCOVERS. 853

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