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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (June 26, 2018)

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'Brexit is a perfect storm for farmers'. 559
'Female radio hosts shouldn't be a big deal'. 255
'I have lived in Britain for five years but now I worry about my future' Estel Farell-Roig moved to the UK from Barcelona five years ago this month to pursue a career in journalism. Here, she tells of her concerns at the Westminster Government's plans for EU migrants post-Brexit... Ema. 836
'Wales must kick its car habit to cut emissions'. 651
'Where's Boris?' as MPs vote on Heathrow plans. 564
A SPARKLY SUMMER; This retro redux is not for shrinking violets, says KATIE WRIGHT. 322
Airbus 'is entitled to be listened to over its fears over Brexit'. 218
Algeria expels migrants in Sahara desert exodus. 403
Bid to avert more strikes at schools; NEWS IN BRIEF. 191
Bishop of Llandaff School best in Wales. 533
BOOK OF THE WEEK. 133
Brexiters can't brush off business concerns. 190
Business Secretary told decision to sink lagoon 'wrong, wrong, wrong'. 384
Charlie's all-round excellence ends season in fine style; turf talk. 685
Church school takes top spot in our unique guide. 588
crinkle makes the cut. 334
DEATHS. 1001
Erdogan tightens grip on power in Turkey election. 270
Family's torment after son, 3, dies in his sleep. 519
Flight crews more at risk of cancer; UK BULLETINS. 114
Getting to grips with the pension scandal. 156
Gig organisation 'a shambles' NEWS IN BRIEF. 172
Glamorgan bowlers make hay in the sun. 433
Grenfell firefighter 'unable to identify cladding blaze'. 249
Guns to fire at Newbury. 420
Hello! Stars Ed and Lionel catch up after Welsh gig. Concert review 739
How could winger and how likely is fit for Bluebirds his signature? 1222
How I Keep up a confident Front despite my anxiety; AS HER NEW BOOK IS PUBLISHED, REBECCA FRONT TALKS TO HANNAH STEPHENSON ABOUT MANAGING ANXIETY AND THE IMPORTANCE OF LAUGHTER IN BOTH HER LIFE AND WORK. 1210
INDIAN STUNNER; ELLA WALKER meets restaurateur and cookbook writer will bowlby - he's relatively new to indian flavours, but you'd never guess it. 1826
It's a juggling act but that's just life; Model Erin McNaught talks to LIZ CONNOR about her fitness routine, her post-pregnancy body, and how she fuels her weekly workouts. 545
It's all change for next season as the wheel spins in game of regional roulette. 904
Listen to the experts in cannabis debate. 431
Man jailed for sharing indecent child images. 252
Military spending 'must be raised' UK BULLETINS. 110
MORNING SERIAL. 395
Mrs Clinton in surprise visit for uni meetings. 459
New addition beefs up backroom staff. 200
Nurse to help tackle sick days; NEWS IN BRIEF. 105
Officer stole PS29k from force clubs. 408
ON THIS DAY. 313
Our new detailed guide which puts parents in the picture. 583
Peaky Blinders joins nominees for TV awards. 198
Plaid veteran in call to oust Leanne as party leader. 475
PM's ideal Brexit border deal is 'still on the table'. 366
PS10m for key city projects approved; NEWS IN BRIEF. 127
QUIZ. 108
RAISE A GLASS. 553
Rees takes on a new role with Canucks. 449
Researchers' autism drug discovery. 389
Researchers' quest to nip grass allergies in the bud; Unlocking the genetic code of certain grasses could help relieve the misery of allergy sufferers, write Simon Creer and Georgina Brennan of Bangor University. 753
REVIEWS. 415
Rhaid sicrhau polisi amaethyddol sydd o fudd i ffermwyr; cefn gwlad. 359
Russians brought down to earth... but still make progress; world cup 2018. 412
So, is the PS1.3bn tidal lagoon dead in the water... or will it rise again? Following the UK Government's decision not to back the PS1.3bn Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon project, Business editor Sion Barry asks whether the scheme will now sink without trace... 1430
ST YLE files; THE LATEST FROM THE CATWALK, RED CARPET AND HIGH STREET. 252
Summer series put to bed... so who makes the cut for our best World XV? 1426
Swans go Dutch for new design. 170
SWANSEA. 348
Taylor is to leave Scarlets. 170
THE BUZZ ON BEAUTY; THE LATEST GLAMOUR GOSSIP WITH EMMA JOHNSON. 151
THEY SAID WHAT? 284
Thousands flee California fires; WORLD BULLETINS. 125
Tidal lagoon sunk; Outcry as UK Government rejects PS1.3bn Swansea Bay project as too costly Lagoon. decision is crushing blow to 'another Wales'. 1741
TIMELINE. Chronology 638
TOP TENS. 129
Town wants to keep its harmless bear. 244
Trade wars allowed the rise of fascism. 184
Uber boss appeals licence revocation; UK BULLETINS. 123
Vets hail new legislation to improve standards of pet welfare in Wales. 485
Wales 'lagging behind rest of UK with prostate cancer tests' Health correspondent Mark Smith reports on claims that Wales is falling behind in offering a groundbreaking test for prostate cancer patients. 842
Wales must develop a new 'ensure a sustainable post-Bw 'farming-plus' model to Brexit agricultural policy; Professor Terry Marsden, director of the Sustainable Places Research Institute at Cardiff University, considers what the future might hold for the Welsh agricultural sector in the aftermath of the Brexit process. 1366
Wales mustn't give up on big dreams. 401
Wales' wild flowers under threat from air pollution. 306
Wane set to switch codes with Scots. 194
We urgently need clarity on EU trade. 389
We urgently need clarity on EU trade; NFU Cymru president John Davies. 383
WELSH MARKET REPORTS Round-up. 1081
Welshman 'killed in hit-and-run' on Cyprus. 298
What the row over Airbus tells us about the battle for Brexit. 1073
Word on the web; New PS100m 'global centre of rail excellence' set to be built in Wales. 137
You'll be crying if you miss The Roy Orbison Story; PREVIEW: The Roy Orbison Story 30 Year Special. The Lyric Theatre, Carmarthen. 222
Young footballers trapped in cave; WORLD BULLETINS. 119
YOUR HOROSCOPE WITH. 857

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