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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (March 24, 2018)

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'I can't perform other people's expectations' STAR WATCH Joaquin Phoenix rises to the challenge of playing Jesus of Nazareth in new biblical biopic Mary Magdalene. The actor talks to Georgia Humphreys about how he approached the part, the film's timeliness and his own faith... 947
'I tried to kill myself and I will succeed', ' court hears. 462
'It has been nine months of hell - the truth is out'. 455
'Medics missed chances to prevent father's death'. 457
'Three days after our wedding he died... I didn't leave his side the whole time' When Tigertailz rocker Pepsi Tate died of pancreatic cancer, his wife Shan Cothi set up a charity to help combat the disease. Ten years on she tells Nathan Bevan how she met, and lost, the love of her life... 1131
25 March 2018; SUNDAY. 268
26 March 2018; MONDAY. 311
27 March 2018; TUESDAY. 321
28 March 2018; WEDNESDAY. 317
30 March 2018; FRIDAY. 312
7 WORTH STAYING IN FOR. 797
A FAMILY FORTUNE FOUNDED ON HARD WORK AND DEDICATION. 255
A truly magical experience; Cardiff-born actress Rakie Ayola is wowing audiences as Hermione Granger in the West End production of Harry Potter And The Cursed Child - but that's only part of her story, writes Jenny White... 1917
ABOUT CHERRIE SHORT. 134
Air strikes kill 37 in Syria shelter; WORLD BULLETINS. 117
Another Dragons defeat in last game. 417
Are copper coins redundant as plastic holds sway in our tap and go society? The coppers sitting in the nation's piggy banks and jam jars have come under the spotlight - but what does it all mean? Vicky Shaw reports. 724
Bale overtaking me was only matter of time - Rush. 390
Ballet dancers will bring classic love story to stage; PREVIEW: Jane Eyre, New Theatre, Cardiff. 294
Blues seeking home comforts. 337
BRAINTEASERS. 463
Brexit hasn't split the EU on Russia. 401
Cambridge Analytica offices search by officers. 336
Celebrating a legendary harpist; ARTS & CULTURE Dr Osian Ellis has inspired generations of harpists and at the age of 90 he continues to play and write music. Jenny White looks over his remarkable life on the eve of a harp festival dedicated to celebrating his life and work. 1022
Celebs slug it out in the ring for Sport Relief. 141
CHIARA RINALDI; Chiara Rinaldi is WalesOnline's head of audience. 978
churchill's other war rooms. 237
Clarification We. Correction notice 234
Clement's the new boss, by Royals appointment. 320
Cocaine man fails in bid to set aside his conviction. 256
Congestion charges are the way forward. 139
Cooking with delicious Welsh cheese; FOOD & DRINK TV chef and writer Gilli Davies shares some cheesy recipes with a Welsh twist. 526
Corbyn sacks Smith in Brexit poll row. 121
Corbyn sacks Smith over call for second Brexit referendum. 719
Cosy pubs with menus to die for; FOOD AND DRINK Kathryn Williams checks out Wales' classic cosy pubs where food is king and could rival any top restaurant. Restaurant review 2067
COUR BLIMEY! 741
Create a modern farmhouse home. 330
Cup joy... but points on agenda for Drovers. 414
Dislike of the English rife all over the world. 166
Dodgy dealer brought to book for cheque fraud. 282
Don't trip yourself up in race to invest. 406
Dragons praised by Davies. 235
Driver, 81, killed by 'momentary lapse'. 285
Dwsin yn anelu am deitl 2018. 340
EU leaders vow 'unprecedented response' to Salisbury attack. 492
Exiles hoping for a bumper crowd. 325
EXPERT OPINION. 624
Fancy a Welsh tipple? FOOD & DRINK Joshua Knapman takes a look at one of Wales' unexpected exports - top-quality booze. 864
Feel the hope within the walls at cancer centre that's on your side. 1288
Franchises could point the way to the future of service delivery. 774
GAIR I GALL Lefi Gruffudd. 585
General Knowledge Quiz. 339
GIVE US A CLOCHE. 197
GREEN SCENE. 324
greer's leaving letter. 271
Hanes rhyfeddol wncwl Rhodri Morgan; WELSH WATCH. 553
Hi-tech game-changer for clinical data storage. 529
Home in south Wales to go under the hammer at Wilsons Auctions; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 522
How women have helped shape our TV renaissance; There's some landmark drama series on Welsh TV screens right now and women have played a major role in making it happen. Here, we meet some of the women behind Keeping Faith, Requiem and Craith/Hidden; 2161
I won't turn my back on Plaid, insists Leanne. 785
IN MY VIEW. 666
INSIDE TODAY... 216
Irish stew on the menu for Harry and Meghan. 147
Is this the best sitcom you might never get to see? FEATURE She's the novice writer who penned a promising sitcom, he's the showbiz chauffeur who persuaded one of his celebrity fares to star in it. And, after remortgaging their house to get it made, all Kay and Jerry Lockett need to do now is get someone to broadcast it, writes Nathan Bevan... 1018
It's pain in Spain for Swans man Mesa. 435
Keep dancing; ARTS & CULTURE A fun family dance festival begins its tour of Wales this weekend. Jenny White rounds up what's on offer. 952
Kiara's party set to follow last farewell. 462
Krakow cheapest for city break; NEWS IN BRIEF. 108
Liberal Party et al despise democracy. 118
LIFE ON THE FARM. 516
Living in the Eighties; WEEK WATCH Idris Elba's Eighties throwback In The Long Run isn't about a black or white family, but rather a statement about community and what home really means, he tells Gemma Dunn. 794
Local authority leaders 'will not countenance' cut in councils to just 10. 549
lots of chim chimineys. 212
Man dies at work on scaffolding; NEWS IN BRIEF. 124
Man in court over girl's festival death; UK BULLETINS. 136
MARKET REPORT. 321
May hails 'spirit of co-operation' after Brexit trade breakthrough. 800
Mirror mirror on the wall; From maximising space and light to adding a touch of fun, mirrors really are a style gift that keeps on giving. SAM WYLIE-HARRIS eyes up 10 of the best. 698
MORNING SERIAL. 418
MOVIE WATCH. 1597
MOVIE WATCH. 785
New move in uni pension strike. 128
Next profits take a pummeling after slump in high-street sales. 275
NORTH IN SAINTS' SIDE. 128
O'r 'hot tub' i ddwr poeth. 371
Old school approach works for us, insists Paterson. 660
ON DEMAND. 259
ON THIS DAY. 359
OPINION. 1296
Ospreys hope big guns can fire Champions bid. 567
Pair tried to smuggle illegal migrant into UK. 223
Part gameshow, part courtroom drama; Who could forget the case of the 'coughing major' - when three people, including a Welsh lecturer, were found guilty of deception after winning the top prize on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? A play about to open in London's West End questions the facts and fictions and Amanda Powell has been finding out more from its Rhondda-born director... 1324
Patchell handed the keys to No.10 for Munster journey. 276
Period residence in Gwaelod-y-Garth; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 242
Pile on pressure and fight betting terminals. 527
Plaid Cymru's Adam Price raises possibility of Wales-only Brexit referendum to counter 'power grab' by Westminster. 508
PM welcomes reprieve from US on steel tariffs. 438
Police hand file on care home staff to CPS. 241
Portraits of times gone by; GALLERIES Rachel Mainwaring takes a long hard look at some of the artworks on display at a new exhibition entitled House of Portraits at Powis Castle in Welshpool. 967
POUND NOTES. 238
Prezzo to close almost a third of its restaurants. 460
Principality Building Society raises more than PS300,000 for Welsh charities; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 487
Put CCTV in Welsh slaughterhouses. 293
Put your vegetables under the cloche. 141
Rare female pharoah carving found by accident. 297
Real's the best place for Bale, says Giggs. 315
Remains find triggers missing woman search. 242
RETURNING TO FORMER GLORY. 1136
SATURDAY 24 March 2018. 314
Should fans still travel to the World Cup in Russia? GROWING POLITICAL TENSIONS BETWEEN RUSSIA AND THE UK ARE CAUSING CONCERN FOR SOME TOURISTS. 684
Smuggler hid family of five in van space. PHILIP DEWEY Reporter philip.dewey@walesonline.co.uk 548
SOAP WATCH. 871
Stockdale wins Six Nations top player award. 252
Store gunman kills three before being shot dead. 398
STRAIGHT OFF THE VINE. 785
Strength in depth, getting on the front foot... what will have pleased Giggs about Wales crushing China. 1121
Surviving the big chill; Long, hard frosts can cause damage ... here's how to cope in the cold. 889
Tapas with a twist; FOOD REVIEW Karen Price enjoys a taste of Spain without leaving Cardiff. 763
The island of sunshine and glamour; GILL MARTIN takes a break on the Greek island of Mykonos, home of the gods. 1036
The New Saints on brink of title. 383
The Welsh town that took on a supermarket chain and won; Almost three years ago the pocket-sized Welsh town of Crickhowell decided it didn't want a national supermarket chain to move into its high street fearing it would change the town forever... so it took them on and won. Here, Ruth Mosalski chats to residents and shop owners as the newlook Corn Exchange opens for business on the site which would have been the store... 1695
THEY SAID WHAT? 248
THIS MUCH I KNOW. 777
THURSDAY 29 March 2018. 267
TIMBERLAKE'S TRIBECA SALE. 236
TOOLING UP FOR SPRING; As the weather warms up it's time to sharpen your shears and fettle your forks - or just buy new ones IN ASSOCIATION WITH. 624
Trade war is harmful to world economy and to communities. 916
TRAVEL NEWSLATEST TRAVEL ADVICE, OFFERS AND NEWS; LATEST TRAVEL ADVICE, OFFERS AND NEWS. 216
Tribute to visionary Lord Crickhowell. 123
Tube bomber is given life sentence; UK BULLETINS. 120
UK aware of Yemen humanitarian law breaches. 240
Under-21s beaten in Bosnia. 123
Vietnam flats hit by deadly blaze; WORLD BULLETINS. 124
Wales to take on England at Ponty. 372
WALES WILL FACE URUGUAY IN CHINA CUP FINAL... HERE'S ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW. 300
Walking the glass aisle; From childhood memories of the Ceredigion coastline to present-day wanderings along the Monmouthshire and Brecon canal, Paul Henry's latest collection of poetry has spawned a collaboration with songwriter Brian Briggs, as Jenny White discovers AUTHOR'S NOTES. 918
Welsh landmarks switch off to shine light on threat to planet. 663
What a legend... and what a response; AND ONE MORE THING... 916
where a career in crime began. 258
Whyhasit for Young been same old story and a Wales call-up? 1375
Will congestion charges be the breath of fresh air Cardiff needs? Plans for a congestion charge in Cardiff city centre to cut pollution have met with a mixed response. Here, local democracy reporter Matt Discombe looks at how similar charges work in other cities across the United Kingdom and Europe... 542
Word on the web Devastated dad raises money for rescuers who tried to save his tragic daughter in Cardigan. 117
Work to finally begin on new Cardiff bus station. 719
Y SILFF LYFRAU. 438

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