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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (August 25, 2018)

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Title Author Type Words
'Anybody. 1151
'England have to carry on with Cipriani'. 288
'Gender diverse people really struggle and often it has already taken a lot for that person to go to their GP' THE PINC LIST 2018. 1278
'I've banished clutter... but kept the rugby programmes'. 1695
'It's a family story captured in music' ARTS & CULTURE Delyth and Angharad Jenkins - also known as DNA - have released a beautiful new Welsh folk album inspired by a tumultuous few years. Jenny White talks to the duo... 991
'It's a positive time for girls' football'. 575
'It's the most relaxed I've ever felt on set' STAR WATCH The ever popular Great British Bake Off is back for its ninth series - the second since its big move from BBC One to Channel 4. Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith tell Georgia Humphreys about life as the show's judges and why the filming process felt different this time round... 1037
'No safe limit to alcohol consumption' - study. 240
'Overseas pensioners could struggle to access cash following Brexit' MONEY, MONEY, MONEY. 592
'We have enjoyed the ride, it's been lots of ups and downs but it's a journey' Wales' women footballers are on the verge of making history... they're just one win away from qualifying for next year's World Cup in France. As the team prepares to take on England on Friday, Katie Sands chats with coach Jayne Ludlow and key players about the amazing journey so far... 4860
27 August 2018; MONDAY. 299
28 August 2018; TUESDAY. 322
7 WORTH STAYING IN FOR. 729
A FAIRYTALE ENDING. 763
A festival with a difference; ARTS & CULTURE Westival - a new festival dedicated to underground music - is a first for Pembrokeshire. Jenny White finds out what you can expect... 859
A happy Valleys surprise; FOOD & DRINK There's a surprising little find among a street of kebab shops in one Welsh town - a fine dining restaurant. Katie-Ann Gupwell pays a visit... 631
A MANSION FIT FOR A MOGUL. 228
A new reality; Always a king of invention, Jasper Fforde conjures up an alternative Wales in his latest book - and the result is a sublime piece of speculative fiction, discovers Jenny White AUTHOR'S NOTES. 1182
ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW. 612
Any new trade deals must be transparent. 296
ASK DIARMUID. 153
BAKING HOT PROPERTY. 260
Bluebirds duo depart for new clubs on loan. 346
Bon appetit! Mae Bryn yn O O1; WELSH WATCH. 511
Bookies slash odds on hotshot McBurnie to be top scorer. 203
Boris is only saying what most of us think. 104
BRAINTEASERS. 460
Brexit mess is not the fault of the EU. 464
C'MON REF. 1212
Campaign to ban cage breeding of game birds. 408
Cardiff working to finally reach overtime in bid their Prem goal. 700
Chancellor defended amid claims of 'dodgy Project Fear'. 513
Charles recreates smash-hit series single-handed; PREVIEW: One Man Stranger Things, St David's Hall, Cardiff. 159
Cherry amour; FOOD & DRINK It's time to go cherry-picking. Marion McMullen looks at some great recipes to celebrate the summer favourite... Recipe 500
CLIVE'S GRAND HALL IS SCENT-SATIONAL Willaston. 223
Clogau defies retail sector's tough times by expanding. 396
Councillor in trouble over rates. 354
County standing together - Flynn. 421
Cyfle i ddathlu 25 mlynedd o Rasus. 393
Dating sites and heatwave blamed for rise in syphilis. 480
Deaths. 622
Deaths. 1589
Dr Alex calls for greater diversity on Love Island. 298
Dydd yr angladd, dydd y farn. 344
Dylan Thomas painting bought by National Gallery. 319
Egypt death couple 'fit and healthy'. 352
Farewell to man 'who everyone loved'. 352
Festival is event we can all be proud of; WESTERN MAIL. 394
FRIDAY. 309
Funfair ride halted after man touched teen girl. 262
General Knowledge Quiz. 344
GREEN SCENE. 1140
Have a good time [...]; ADVERTISING FEATURE. 309
Heatwave's spectacular crop of fruit. 514
HEIDI HIGH; JOSIE CLARKE finds the Swiss mountains are a blissful alternative to the beach during Europe's heatwave. Travel narrative 953
Henson is rugby's Tom Brady, insists Jackman. 469
HOLIDAY HOME; Madonna's former Beverley Hills pad can be yours ... for $35m. 275
Holyhead's marina hit by huge fire. 486
Hopes temporary release of mother held in Iranian jail could be extended. 385
How to ace a job interview; Has your summer break inspired you to find a new - better paid - job? This expert guide could help, writes personal finance correspondent Vicky Shaw. 751
HOW TO THROW THE PERFECT GARDEN PARTY; With the sunny days promised to return, wellbeing guru Liz Earle reveals her favourite finishing touches to SAM WYLIE-HARRIS. 807
IN MY VIEW. 688
INSIDE TODAY... 183
It's sad to see trans people facing abuse; AND ONE MORE THING... 827
Knife arches debut at carnival. 218
Labour leader can't escape his past. 202
Landscape into art; GALLERIES In the 12th and final part of our special series on the legacy of the Derek Williams Trust at Amgueddfa Cymru/National Museum Wales to mark the trust's 25th anniverary, David Moore looks at how artists have responded to landscape... 1025
late breaks; LAST-MINUTE DEALS ON HOLIDAYS. 102
Lefi Gruffudd. 579
LET IT GROW; Gardening shouldn't jeopardise our safety... perhaps the answer lies in a less tidy plot. 790
Living in changing times .. difference as Welsh rugby ... it's a case of spot the prepares for new season. 1761
love me' THE PINC LIST 2018. 1612
Magic Daps' tears before he made his bow for The Robins. 1165
Making the most of your garden; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 301
Man jailed after driving through red light and killing grandfather. 680
Man, 54, died of severe blood loss; NEWS IN BRIEF. 174
MARKET REPORT. 429
Meet the female footy stars of the future; FEATURE The number of girls playing football at grassroots level has been steadily rising in recent years, according to the FAW, and it's set to continue growing. Kathryn Williams heads pitchside to meet one all-girl team from the Valleys who are causing a bit of a stir... 3048
Missing schoolgirl, 15, 'may be with older man'. 433
Monthly antiques and vintage fair at Llandeilo is huge success; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 736
MORNING SERIAL. 362
Mortgage lending up in lead-up to rate increase. 176
MOVIE WATCH. 2400
Mud dumping licence 'can't be suspended without evidence'. 512
Nye gets spiky top to keep the seagulls at a distance. 411
ON DEMAND. 260
On the front line; WEEK WATCH Richard Madden, 32, and Keeley Hawes, 42, team up in Bodyguard - a thriller that tells the fictional story of a war veteran assigned to protect the ambitious and powerful home secretary. Gemma Dunn finds out more... 747
ON THIS DAY. 340
Palmer reveals love for Wales after filming new fantasy drama. 257
Personal space; Nobody dreams of renting a house forever - but if this is the situation you're in, make the most of it, says ABI JACKSON. 944
PLANT OF THE WEEK. 122
POUND NOTES. 302
Primary head admits indecent images charge; Head on indecent images charge. 351
Promising from North... and don't write off Hook. 737
QUIZ. 129
REACH FOR THE STARS; Kids will be begging to be sent to their room thanks to this stylish yet fun star-themed design, writes JENNY WOOD. 470
Relegation is ruining Premier, says Te'o. 463
Reviewers brand holiday park 'hell-hole' and 'slum'. 670
Ricketts looking for four-star finish. 377
RUTH MOSALSKI; Ruth is a Yorkshire-born journalist who is proud to have made Wales her home. 719
Salmond denies claims of sexual misconduct. 325
SATURDAY 25 August 2018. 290
SAVE UP TO SAVE MORE; A larger deposit can make a mortgage cheaper - but many underestimate how much they will really need. 599
Seat of government is in the wrong place. 283
SOAP WATCH. 842
SPIFFING ADDRESS. 199
STRAIGHT OFF THE VINE. 757
SUNDAY 26 August 2018. 285
Swans out of race for Woods. 394
Terriers to make late goalkeeping choice. 309
THE ANGEL DELIGHTS; JAS KAUR takes a heavenly break in bury st edmunds. 621
The billionaire who will have a huge say on the future of shopping in Cardiff. 1082
The colour of the American criminal justice system; Dr Cherrie Short looks at the racial inequalities in the criminal justice system in America - and draws comparisons with the UK. 954
The Renaissance scholar who drew Wales onto a global stage; Humphrey Llwyd quite literally put Wales on the map, as Professor Huw Pryce of Bangor University explains... 944
THEY SAID WHAT? 246
THIS MUCH I KNOW. 783
Three arrested after drugs raid; NEWS IN BRIEF. 148
THURSDAY. 280
Time to finish off your summer tasks; JOBS FOR THE WEEK. 154
Torn down in the name of progress; FEATURE Marcus Hughes digs out the history books to find the Welsh estates that didn't stand the test of time - many were demolished for newer developments, but some simply disappeared forever... 1118
Tourists rescued as Hurricane Lane hits Hawaii. 173
TRAVEL NEWS; LATEST TRAVEL ADVICE, OFFERS AND NEWS. 272
Two cut from car after bridge crash; NEWS IN BRIEF. 105
UK REGIONAL PRESS AWARDS SUPPLEMENT OF THE YEAR. 137
Uni's PS60m revamp sparks controversy. 392
Villa Naveta THERE'S [...]; EDWARD STEPHENS enjoys a blissful break on the party island of the Med - without the music or the mess. 1320
Warburton: When I knew it was time to call it a day. 558
Warnings of a wet and windswept bank holiday. 309
WEDNESDAY. 265
What a feast; A street food celebration is taking over a Cardiff park for the next few weekends. Karen Price attends the opening night of Summer Feastival. 554
Where to eat in the wild west; FOOD AND DRINK When it comes to eating out, you really can't beat Pembrokeshire. Here local resident Laura Clements gives her insider's guide to the places where you should book a table... 1580
WHY.... YOU SHOULD BEWARE IF YOU ARE ASKED TO PAY A BILL WITH A GIFT CARD... 474
Wildfire sets off war ammunition. 200
Word on the web. 140
Would-be Tory leaders set out their rival stalls. 868
Y SILFF LYFRAU. 452
Young Swans helping to bring back excitement. 622

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