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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (May 31, 2017)

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'Bomb-hoax' trial date set; NEWS IN BRIEF. 153
'Circuit OFWALEs is a calculated risk, but it's a risk worth taking'. 1133
'DangerWales could be left behind with a hard Brexit' Keith Whitfield, professor of human resource management and economics at Cardiff Business School, outlines what Brexit could mean for Wales' workforce and the wider economy. 839
'Family life out of bounds to media'. 122
'i'm looking forward immensely to wandering through wales'. 265
'Rhodri's greatest pleasure was to make a meal from the garden'. 1752
'Rise in hate crime shows how far our society has to go' - Corbyn. 277
'We are at the top of our game' - Airbus boss. 644
A gamble that paid dividends for Olsson. 264
A rise in risk of late payments, says report. 317
Acting is my job ... it's not my life; HE HAS BEEN A MAJOR FILM STAR FOR SEVERAL DECADES BUT THE ONLY ROLE RICHARD GERE WANTS TO PERFECT IS THAT OF BEING A GOOD DAD. HE TELLS GEMMA DUNN WHY WORK WILL ALWAYS COME SECOND TO HIS SON. 993
Alfie finds out just in his first top-flight what it's all about season with Swans. 935
Amazon distribution hub is sold for PS3.9m. 378
Audit role sees ex-trainee assist current graduates. 432
Awards celebrate success of Wales' vital technology sector. 358
BA 'has work to do over luggage' UK BULLETINS. 117
BA troubles add to the turbulence for FTSE; HEAD OF BREWIN DOLPHIN CARDIFF. 300
Baghdad Isis bomb blasts kill at least 31. 156
Bale returns to his roots in quest for further cup success. 398
Business confidence in Wales on the rise. 301
Cardiff office trio among 28 senior promotions. 166
Champions League final can SHOWCASEWALES to the world. 424
City undergoes finishing touches as Champions League final nears. 406
Climate change before Brexit - Green Party. 521
COMPANY FOCUS: PETROFAC. 185
Conference looks at key issues facing charities. Conference news 307
Confident consumers shrug off election fears. 554
Consider the options when employees must stay home with children. 653
Dashing to success at Nottingham. 310
Davies is new non-executive director on TrakCel board. 278
Disgraced Harris asks for time 'in peace' with ill wife. 523
Dredge to complete his Majors grand slam. 366
Early intervention an answer to terrorism. 140
ECONOMIC OUTLOOK. 453
Education and health take a hit. 149
Fire risk warning over Beko tumble-dryers. 199
Five uncapped players in for Wales warm-up. 336
Gin-trap cat has paw amputated; NEWS IN BRIEF. 101
Great draw in opener for Wales U20s against hosts. 365
Greater childbirth risk for women in their 40s. 433
Hansen questions Lions tour schedule. 291
Happy birthday, Hay, a party of words and wit for 30 years. 1182
Harry launches UK's Invictus squad INTORONTO. 294
Historic day when the Pope popped in. 198
Indian divers join floods rescue bid; WORLD BULLETINS. 113
Inspirational women take the stage at business event. 654
Insurer counts the cost of fraudulent claims as more cases are detected. 504
Internal bickering led tories to pull out of top Welsh TV debate. 716
Investigation into PS3.7bn Tesco deal with Booker. 385
It's all about chasing individual selection, history... not insists Biggar. 737
Jury sworn in at child images trial; NEWS IN BRIEF. 172
Leaders should step up to inform voters; COMMENT. 483
Legend Charles still revered as Juventus chase glory INWALES. 541
Lettings indicate return of market. 381
Magazine printing firm acquires family-run rival. 407
Man found dead in hotel pool; UK BULLETINS. 104
Man, 20, dies after 'stabbing' NEWS IN BRIEF. 206
Manchester bomber 'only had minor criminal record'. 810
May I introduce to you, the act you've known for all these years... THE BEATLES RELEASED SGT PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND 50 YEARS AGO. MARION MCMULLEN PRESENTS FAB FACTS ABOUT THE ALBUM. 803
May turns guns on Corbyn's leadership credibility. Interview 1149
May voters letter 'must be counted as local spending'. 780
More trouble for the All Blacks as injuries mount up. 808
MORNING SERIAL. 401
Mother jailed for drowning children; WORLD BULLETINS. 110
Murderous mentality must be eradicated. 172
Murray and Edmund go though... but Konta is out. 228
No alcohol in Tiger Woods; WORLD BULLETINS. 120
ON THIS DAY. 266
ON WHITE GOLD Ed Westwick ON THE SMALL SCREEN; Gossip Girl ended five years ago so it's no wonder Ed Westwick is keen to shake off its shadow. He tells SUSAN GRIFFIN why his latest role, playing a pottymouthed Eighties double-glazing salesman, might finally help him achieve it Ed Westwick as Vincent, with James Buckley as Fitzpatrick, left, and Joe Thomas as Lavender, right in White Gold. 938
Orchestra's milestone celebration; PREVIEW: Cardiff Philharmonic Orchestra at St David's Hall, Cardiff. 324
Ospreys in the red with pre-tax losses of PS511k. 531
Pause in the homes market for the election. 205
Pilfering parents raid their children's savings. 358
Plaid Cymru launches 'positive post-Brexit plan'. 389
Policies win votes and not cheap shots. 141
PS1,000 reward offered as birds of prey stolen at food festival. 185
PS2.5m deal for warehouse in prime capital spot. 210
Questions that the south Wales must be answered before Metro project is delivered; It is one of biggest infrastructure projects ever planned in Wales, but what is currently happening to the south Wales Metro project? Business editor Sion Bary explores. 1386
QUIZ. 106
RVW run with the baton after management buyout; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE A new management team at RVW Consulting, a multi-disciplinary engineering consultancy firm, looks back over the last 10 months after a management buyout. 607
Satire changes nothing as politicians surge on. 341
Shamed star failed in bid to stay home during trial. 265
Showcasing rising stars of the Welsh economy. 386
Sir Cliff wins latest round with BBC; UK BULLETINS. 121
Slump in confidence as firms fear for the future. 285
Stars flock to join Ariana Grande at Manchester benefit gig. 474
THEY SAID WHAT? 267
Tiger-death keeper was 'the shining light' at zoo. 530
Tips for spotting false news. It's possible to spot false news. As we work to limit the spread, check out a few ways to identify whether a story is genuine. 323
tuesday's results from the maes. 1096
Uni shortlists two sites for new school. 338
Using the arts and our heritage to generate thriving communities; Baroness Kay Andrews, of the Heritage Lottery Fund, explains how culture and heritage can make a significant contribution to the Welsh economy - but only if we work together... 825
Wales need to make sure this summer tour doesn't go the way of Japan jaunt. 1035
Warnock makes early moves to strengthen his Bluebirds. 311
Welsh language for families takes pride of place on Eisteddfod field; With an initiative launched aimed at encouraging families to learn Welsh together, and the Children's Poet Laureate confirmed, there was lots for Katie Gupwell to report on during day two at the Maes. 628
Welsh Learner of THEYEAR named. 240
Word on the web. 148
Zidane hints at starts for both Bale and Isco. 577

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