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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (May 9, 2018)

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'Don't back tight press controls' UK BULLETINS. 117
'I once thought feminists had won the arguments... how naive was I?' In his latest Martin Shipton Meets podcast, our chief reporter speaks to Cerys Furlong, chief executive of Chwarae Teg, the Welsh charity working to support the economic development of women. 1224
'We have Europe to thank for peace and prosperity' Wales will today mark 'Europe Day' for the last time as a member of the EU. Here, First Minister Carwyn Jones looks at how Europe has shaped Wales and assesses the challenges facing the nation as it confronts Brexit... 880
110 more people to be offered hepatitis A jab. 241
Body in Bute Park was Cardiff man; NEWS IN BRIEF. 229
Bra developer is hoping to get PS1m support from Sir Richard. 684
Brexit must not devastate farming. 389
Bride loses her arm in crocodile attack. 218
Call for teenage boys to be given vaccine against 'dormant killer'. 887
Call to name bypass after the oak that stood firm. 359
Calls for boost in manufacturing productivity. 238
Candidates should think what they could offer small businesses; Ben Francis, Wales policy chair for the FSB, explains why the next First Minister needs to keep talking to business sector. 586
Co-op to invest in schools. 104
Corrections & clarifications. Correction notice 202
Crooked current account applications are on the rise. 426
Deaths. 939
Demand for free-range eggs drives diversification opportunities; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 475
Don't squander cash and pollute our air. 163
Don't waste money when Metro is needed. 286
Dreaming of Wales, but Lang called up by Scots. 382
EU-backed scheme to reduce carbon emissions is confirmed. 377
Ex-pupils in tributes to stab victim. 553
Family runs in chef's memory. 153
Five-year strategic plan for City Deal approved by all councils. 668
Give city's mothballed Rolls a place in the sun'. 479
Giving tech firms an AI investment. 439
Glamorgan appoint commercial head. 308
Global seal of approval for botanic garden. 390
Government defeated three more times on Brexit in Lords. 489
Hat trick for Wales star Bale as baby boy Axel is born. 182
Heritage centre project to 'transform' Merthyr. 850
House prices see biggest monthly decline since 2010. 449
I GUESS I'M TRYING TO FIND SOME ORDER IN THE WORLD; Jon Richardson has carved a career out of his own neurosis - and with a new show set to analyse his biggest worries, it's certainly done him no harm. He tells GEMMA DUNN why comedy is the only job for him. 674
I won't be getting on my bike - Carwyn at city cafe. 329
Ispolini to blossom in Vase. 462
Lagoon talks in London as MP presses for decision. 515
Leading architect will pilot Welsh projects for international practice. 512
Man, 24, arrested after armed siege; UK BULLETINS. 120
MODERN FAMILY. 502
MORNING SERIAL. 334
Move would mean votes of equal value. 185
Nadal to headline at Queen's. 122
New starters welcomed to corporate finance firm. 359
No silly spending... but Tan will back Warnock to strengthen Bluebirds. 929
North given a licence to thrill on tour with Wales. 443
ON THIS DAY. 223
Part of me thinks I could always have a horse on set, whether there is one in the story or not... Acclaimed director Andrew Haigh tells the story of a teenage boy's connection to a special racehorse in Lean On Pete. He talks to LAURA HARDING about casting his young lead Charlie Plummer, creating a story about loneliness and finding connections in unlikely places. 1085
Partnership will deliver major support for transport. 935
Please invest in rugby at university level. 203
Police called to high school; NEWS IN BRIEF. 128
Police chief set for new role. 180
Potting Machine keeps his promise to the press. 576
Preferred candidate for chair of Swansea Bay City Deal strategy board has been revealed. 720
Public bus explodes in Rome. 116
QUIZ. 114
Restaurant group could close high-street outlets. 292
Retail sales 'fell off cliff' with April's record decline. 246
Saluting 100 Welsh heroines, but just one will be put on a pedestal; Wales'Women's Equality Network has released a list of 100 Welsh women who have excelled in the arts, business, education, politics, social reform and sport - one of whom will be celebrated by a statue in the capital. Ruth Mosalski was at yesterday's launch at the Senedd... 752
Slate firm secures funding to cover ambitious growth plans. 661
Small but effective ways to save planet. 289
Swansea turn to others for help in survival bid as they get sinking feeling. 1092
Tales from the hill at the heart of the city; It's starred in a film, hosted major cycle races, and inspired writers and poets - Swansea's very steep Constitution Hill has a rich history. Ioan Phillips and Robert Dalling report... 942
Tata Steel plans to sell 'non-core' UK operations. 482
THE OPTIONS AVAILABLE FOR WALES. 874
THEY SAID WHAT? 268
Topping-out ceremony at Swansea Bay campus. 563
Torfaen proves ideal location for Doncasters; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 277
Torfaen yn profi i fod yn lleoliad delfrydol i Doncasters. 296
TRAILBLAZING TREATMENTS; MARION MCMULLEN looks at some modern medical milestones as we reach the 50th anniversary of the first liver transplant in Europe. 856
Two captains, no Evans and a return for Prydie... the tour selection explained. 1053
Two to join the board of Powell Dobson. 217
Urgent review of cases after forensic failures. 264
USA to pull out of Iran nuclear deal - Trump; Trump: United States is no longer making empty threats. 989
Veteran singer delivers perfect mix of old and new; REVIEW: Eddi Reader, Coliseum, Aberdare ????? ..... 310
Virgin Money shares get a boost after takeover tabled by bank group. 387
Visitors leave beach full of litter. 204
WalesOnline Digital Awards 2018 finalists are revealed. 2706
Warning on justice modernisation bid; UK BULLETINS. 121
Watchdog announces investigation into energy merger. 405
We need a major overhaul, say Stoke. 384
Why don't we hear about solar cycles? 320
Wolves boss Nuno not about to make any predictions. 388
Word on the web. 142
Yankees and Red Sox are heading for London. 141
Young farmers lay bare Brexit hopes and fears. 587
Youngsters need to step up their game to compete against Williams and Higgins - Hearn. 507

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