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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (December 11, 2019)

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'400m at risk in Greenland melt'. 129
'Gavin & Stacey special was almost scrapped' - Jones. ADAM HALE newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 502
'Massive' amounts paid to management consultants in NHS, says Plaid Cymru. MARK SMITH Health Correspondent mark.smith@walesonline.co.uk 547
'MISSING' WELSH GET IN TOUCH. 210
'Richer lives, greener future for all and a chance to stay in EU' Writing for the Western Mail, Welsh Labour leader and Wales' First Minister Mark Drakeford makes his case for your vote tomorrow... 773
A century of improvements - but more change still needed. BETHAN DARWIN LAW & MORE 1034
A radical new approach to sharpen our steel industry; With the threat of further job losses hanging over the Tata plant in Port Talbot, former First Minister Carwyn Jones suggests a new approach to the industry. Carwyn Jones 820
Airport chief is 'excited' by role with water firm. SION BARRY Business editor sion.barry@walesonline.co.uk 393
All the fun of the flair... Adams enjoying life after Arms Park switch. Travel narrative 597
AM wants public money use in Wales to be based on standards; In his latest Martin Shipton Meets podcast, our chief reporter talks to Pontypridd Labour AM Mick Antoniw about the Welsh Government's plans for a new law aimed at improving pay and conditions in firms contracted to the public sector. 914
Beeching policies can be seen on roads. 273
Boohoo duo take PS142m in share sale. 178
Boss boosted by return of stars; BRENTFORD V CARDIFF CITY, 7.45PM. 367
Brief encounter as train delayed. 198
Buyer call as watersports centre goes into liquidation. 282
Candidate criticised over song mocking disabled. 363
Car subscription company on the move. 238
Cheers! Wetherspoons to serve up 10,000 jobs in PS200m investment. ALAN JONES and CHRIS PYKE newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 334
Cherries injury crisis may see a recall for Surridge. 354
City art school brings community together to curb loneliness and improve wellbeing; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 539
Condition 'turned our 11-year-old girl into a baby again' A mum and dad have opened up about their daughter's devastating condition which turned her from an energetic 11-year-old girl 'into a baby again'. Health correspondent Mark Smith reports. Smith reports 807
Corbyn ally apologises for remarks as campaign gets heated. HARRIET LINE and RICHARD WHEELER newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 1087
Criticism as new census 'robs people of colour in Wales of their Welsh identity'. 252
Daughter's designs on success after mum's battle with cancer. CHRIS PYKE Business reporter chris.pyke@walesonline.co.uk 596
Death crash seizure was not epileptic - court told. LIZ DAY Reporter liz.day@walesonline.co.uk 425
Director of finance to help drive expansion. 263
Disgraced GP faces jail over catalogue of sexual assaults. EMILY PENNINK newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 459
Don't vote for this heartless shambles. 137
Drivers warned over lifts offers; NEWS IN BRIEF. 286
Drug dealer caught in act on own dash-cam. 218
Drunk man rang 999 three times; NEWS IN BRIEF. 277
Education unit declared 'unsafe'. ABBIE WIGHTWICK Education editor abbie.wightwick@walesonline.co.uk 365
Fans will stay behind us - Flynn. 176
Foreign jaunts will take precedence. 192
Giggs worry as Brooks undergoes another op. 230
Hill return a big boost for Wales. ANDY HOWELL Rugby correspondent andy.howell@walesonline.co.uk 633
Historic bridge could become world-class visitor attraction. SION BARRY Business editor sion.barry@walesonline.co.uk 414
Historic building torn down after 200 years. 202
Housebuilders going out of business as pressures increase. 216
HSBC to impose single overdraft rate of 39.9%. VICKY SHAW newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 625
I love an underdog, and you really root for Lionel as the story goes on; Edward Norton wrote, produced and directed Motherless Brooklyn. He tells GEORGIA HUMPHREYS why he was so determined to adapt Jonathan Lethem's novel for the silver screen. GEORGIA HUMPHREYS 941
I WOULDN'T BE HERE WITHOUT MY PARENTS... CLAP THEM, NOT ME; RUGBY LEGEND GARETH THOMAS'S EMOTIONAL TRIBUTE TO HIS MUM AND DAD WAS JUST ONE OF MANY MAGICAL MOMENTS WITNESSED AT THIS YEAR'S STAR-STUDDED PRIDE OF SPORT 2019 AWARDS CELEBRATION. 1303
Information plea after 'serious' car crash. 260
IT'S A STORY I'VE WANTED TO TELL SINCE THE REAL TRIAL; Responsible Child highlights a serious question: should a child be tried as an adult? Gemma Dunn talks to the stars and filmmakers behind the drama. Gemma Dunn 601
It's time to act over climate - there is no business on a dead planet; Property consultant to business Robert Chapman on why 'business as usual' is unacceptable and why urgent action is needed on climate change PC u n. 1471
Jury returns all verdicts in care home abuse case. 333
Just Eat says latest offer 'undervalues company'. 174
Kalulu looks for starting spot after his bench return; SWANSEA CITY V BLACKBURN, 7.45PM. GLEN WILLIAMS Football Writer sport@walesonline.co.uk 388
Labour activists accuse party of poor campaign. MARTIN SHIPTON Chief reporter martin.shipton@walesonline.co.uk 688
Learning initiative for workers to be piloted. OWEN HUGHES newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 447
Low-deposit mortgages at 2008 levels. 182
Mazikeen can take the gold. 496
MODERN FAMILY. CATHY OWEN 504
MORNING SERIAL; Wales: England's Colony? The Conquest, Assimilation and Re-creation of Wales. Martin Johnes 362
Mothercare 'had to face misperception it was already out of business'. 415
New leader for Local Government Association. 268
No wonder politicians are not respected. 226
ON THIS DAY. 203
Ospreys call in reinforcements. 195
Passenger numbers take off on Doha route. SION BARRY Business editor sion.barry@walesonline.co.uk 1148
Pledges outlined as camapign nears end. 242
PM tried to 'score points' after terror attack, says victim's dad. 282
Police investigate after man robbed at cashpoint. 168
Power plant aims to be 'carbon negative'. 197
Private consultancy too costly for NHS. 387
Prop Amy calls time on Wales. 355
Property values up 1% month on month. 363
PS20m boost to transform busy route. ROBERT HARRIES Reporter robert.harries@walesonline.co.uk 454
Record high recorded for small-firm equity deals. SION BARRY Business editor sion.barry@walesonline.co.uk 738
Retail park sold for PS1.7m. 118
Rohingya genocide case heard in court. ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORTER newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 255
Rolls' biggest shareholder pulls representative from board. 214
ROME AN Ironman. TO A"Iron Gran; Our sporting superheroes come in all ages but share a rare level of determination. 1622
Rugby ace conned out of PS1m by wife; Wales rugby star "devastated" after his wife and friend 's PS1m fraud. LIZ DAY Reporter liz.day@walesonline.co.uk 136
SA in line for date at Principality. 238
Sean's not sulking over being out of first team - Harris. GLEN WILLIAMS Football writer glen.williams@walesonline.co.uk 639
Six killed in shooting at hospital. 173
Sixth person dies after volcano erupts as two 'missing' Welsh safe. RYAN HOOPER and EMMA BOWDEN newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 476
Stores failing to deliver in online survey. JOSIE CLARKE newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk Survey 372
Support offers 'should be led by our Welsh entrepreneurs'. SION BARRY Business editor sion.barry@walesonline.co.uk 1422
Swinson: 'Liar' Johnson could stoke hate with rhetoric. 366
TACKLING PREJUDICE; KINGS CROSS STEELERS came close to having WORLD'S FIRST GAY RUGBY TEAM IS JUST ONE OF OUR WINNERS USING THE POWER OF SPORT TO HELP THEIR COMMUNITIESg to T. KINGS CROSS STEELERS Special Recognition 2461
Ted Baker shares take a tumble as bosses quit. 271
Tesco Asian business could be worth up to PS7.2bn. 427
The World Cup stars in action - and when we'll see the others. SIMON THOMAS Rugby correspondent simon.thomas@walesonline.co.uk 1584
THEY SAID WHAT? 236
Topshop chief executive to leave the company. 178
UK economy 'has slowed from crawl to a halt'. 261
UK will be ruined by Corbyn's leftist dogma. 156
University's PS80m hi-tech research unit 'topped out'. CHRIS PYKE Business reporter chris.pyke@walesonline.co.uk 593
US-China talks help cut losses in market slump; ANALYSIS CITY. HENRY SAKER.CLARK Press Association reporter newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 568
Voters, back Brexit Party - Farage. 267
WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS. 117
Welsh firm 'proud' to claim contract. 232
Where Remain goes to o battle with Remain; Brexit - it's the issue that sparked tomorrow's General Election. And in Cardiff Central it is likely to be a fight between a staunch remainer Labour MP and battling to stop Brexit. Political editor Ruth Mosalski joined the campaign trail... d a Lib Dem. 1677
Why pay licence fee to hear bad language? 161
Wonderful NHS staff deserve far better. 206

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