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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (August 2, 2018)

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'Arena bomber rescue should have been disclosed'. 254
'Earth overshoot day' as natural resources used up. 199
'Father filmed his own death live on internet' - inquest. 406
'Let light in' amid call for voters-voice government. 393
'Obscene' gender pay gap needs action - MPs; Almost 80% of firms pay men more, report finds. 665
'Squeezed staff to get pay increase' UK BULLETINS. 131
After historic highs, Whites face fight of their lives to avoid disaster. 1442
Alda in inspiring Parkinson's plea. 212
APP ofthe WEEK; PICNIIC(iOs, free with in-app purchases). 147
Are you one of two secret millionaires? 539
Bank may need to do U-turn on rate hikes - warning. 880
Biotech tycoon offers 'substantial' reward after PS1m jewellery raid. 648
Blyth steps aside as Ospreys look to new blood to help inspire a positive future. 919
Body found after swimmer, 25, went missing. 169
Brexit becoming 'stuff of nightmares', warns food industry boss. 466
Brilliant Club scheme helps pupils focus on university; Pupils across Wales are being encouraged to apply for elite universities through The Brilliant Club. Here GREG SCANNELL, national manager for Wales of the Scholars Programme at the Brilliant Club, outlines the work. 908
Car fan died 'after being crushed by own convertible'. 462
Carwyn stands by deputy after bullying claims in court case. 721
City's phone boxes of the future. 201
College invests PS1.4m on upgrades. 376
Corbyn apology sparks call for tougher stance on anti-Semitism. 831
Councils draft plans to keep services running. 344
Drugs farm found stone's throw from court. 146
Elinor keen to make it a Maindy win double. 624
Ex-police chief to get PS69k a year for 'part-time' health board role. 243
Exceptional standard of work for award entries; Schools across Wales took part in the 28th Welsh Heritage Awards this year. Here JEANEE EVANS, WHSI officer, outlines the work and how the awards came about thanks to a Polish refugee who found sanctuary in the UK and was educated in Wales. 973
Firm may take on ex-BhS premises; NEWS IN BRIEF. 127
Fund will allow poorest to enjoy Urdd camp fun; Urdd Gobaith Cymru is Wales' largest organisation for children and young people. Here chief executive SIAN LEWIS outlines how the Urdd is going from strength to strength in 2018. 948
Give us a Brexit plan that puts working people first. 781
Gove vows to support farmers amid growing drought fears. 708
Gove's mechanical know-how is a joke. 281
Higher dementia risk for teetotallers; UK BULLETINS. 158
House of Fraser future in doubt as investor pulls plug on rescue. 332
Independent TV firm wins broadcast rights for Guinness PRO14. 510
Investigation ongoing as major fire breaks out at factory again. 272
Is it a bird? IS it a plane? No...it's a threat to USA's moral values; Strongman President's superhuman ego, stoked by his base's blind loyalty, makes him increasingly brazen in his actions. 742
Kid Kiran leads the charge for Glamorgan. 404
Man held after 'unknown substance' spree at castle. 224
MARKET REPORT. 336
Meghan's father goes from high to new low. 130
Minibus gift will allow pupils in wheelchairs to get to educational activities. 251
MORNING SERIAL. 416
Most Brits now dependent on digital devices - report. 455
Next fears return of hot weather will hurt trade. 371
No Troy joy, so with Cardiff a striker light, who could they get? 850
ON THIS DAY. 297
Open Government vital so people can have their say; Civil society groups have called for the Welsh Government to become more accountable, transparent, and participatory. Jessica Blair, director of Electoral Reform Society Cymru, explains... 778
Paedophile former mayor quits council. 408
Pet Labrador dies after adder bite; NEWS IN BRIEF. 113
Pop star discusses figure as she makes magazine history. 194
Potter on his squad depth, pre-season, expectation and his Avicii rendition... 'We need to be ready to be competitive from the start of the season... and keep on improving'. 1316
PS10m project to protect rivers and landscapes. 559
QUIZ. 300
Riots shake Harare as election results delayed. 344
Root and Bairstow fall short for England. 424
Shallow role models sweeping the board. 574
Spot the Ball! Kane fivers worth a fortune now in circulation. 398
Stephen Kinnock says Labour in 'full-blown crisis'. 240
Street attack suspects change pleas to guilty. 217
tech that... A ROUND-UP OF THE LATEST NEWS IN THE DIGITAL WORLD. 338
The Hoff, 66 weds Welsh sweetheart Hayley, 38. 364
THE STOLEN ITEMS... 234
There's no going back to the world of 1973. 311
THEY SAID WHAT? 234
Tour king Geraint back in saddle for another win. 394
Tribute show celebrates Kate's musical success; PREVIEW: Cloudbusting: 40 Years of Kate Bush, The Globe, Cardiff. 206
Urgent need for clarity on what a Brexit with no deal will mean for UK business; Is a no deal better than a bad deal? With many people predicting a 'nodeal'exit from the EU, Seamus Gates, director at professional advisors MHA Broomfield Alexander, looks at what that might mean for business. 853
Vigilance is needed on anti-Semitism. 390
Wales skipper Ash set to end his Premier stint. 402
Wales' wages among the lowest in UK. 587
WELSH COLUMN. Column 467
Welsh firm wins deal to head Sussex digital hub. 441
What comes next for desperate Remainers? 323
Why we should call time on drinking alcohol at airports; As the holiday season gets under way, Professor Simon C Moore, of Cardiff University, argues that the needs of the many must outweigh the desires of a minority who want to 'start their holiday early' when it comes to the potentially toxic mix of alcohol and air travel... 786
Will Wales finally get to benefit from Cambriani talent? 626
zuckerberg's facebook status update has wiped $120bn off stock; Latest results see record-breaking fall in the value of the social-media giant Twitter's CEO Jack Dorsey has also had a tough week. 608

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