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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (February 23, 2019)

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Title Author Type Words
'Face down ERG or more may defect'. 208
'Get to stadium early as security checks take time'. 1293
'I want to be honest and I have to do it personally' The Assembly's first out female politician talks to Ruth Mosalski about getting married, Twitter and why she'll keep talking about her sexuality until there's equality... 1588
'I was strangled at works party and got PS6,000'. 478
'It's a resilient community, we keep going'. 4393
'More MPs could leave Labour as Corbyn unfit'. 640
'Punish Catholic bishops who cover up sex abuse'. 403
'Rhaid osgoi brwydr gorfforol'. 328
'We are working harder than ever'. 359
'We have to call our GP surgery 250 times before we get through' We depend on it; we cherish it; we fight to protect it. And yet things are not well in general practice across Wales. Health correspondent Mark Smith reports 'Morale is very, very low and I think that GPs feel at times they are practising unsafely...'. Interview 2622
23 February 2019; SATURDAY. 314
24 February 2019; SUNDAY. 292
25 February 2019; MONDAY. 338
7 WORTH STAYING IN FOR. 799
A BIRD IN THE HAND. 505
A BOUTIQUE B&B, A BUSINESS AND A HOME. 698
A great reason to come to buy; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 202
A voice from the asylum; Medical records from the old Denbigh mental health hospital in north Wales have inspired a powerful Welshlanguage play, writes Jenny White... 973
Admiral is named UK's best big firm to work for. 308
As effective as a chocolate teapot. 263
Back on the Beeb; Alan Partridge is back inside Broadcasting House - but this time he's landed his own live chat show in the form of This Time With Alan Partridge. Gemma Dunn finds out more from the bumbling broadcaster character... 687
Bluebirds stung as Hornets D-mob run riot on a sorry night for Warnock; CARDIFF CITY Bamba (82) WATFORD Deulofeu (18,61,63) Deeney (73, 90+1) 1 5. 874
BRAINTEASERS. 350
Buying local is the key to supporting communities. 741
C'MON REF. 1718
Can i Gymru'n dathlu 50. 731
CHIARA RINALDI Chiara Rinaldi is WalesOnline's head of audience; OPINION. 792
Climbing centre gains the royal seal of approval. 759
Don't put buyers off by accident; Ahead of the spring selling season, VICKY SHAW asks an industry expert to outline some common 'blunders' that could put off potential buyers. 761
Dragons grounded. 140
Echoes of the unconscious; David Moore discusses the British surrealist movement and the artworks acquired by the Derek Williams Trust for Amgueddfa Cymru / National Museum Wales... 983
England start the big hitters... as favourites in clash of but don't rule out Wales. 1654
England team caught in M4 jam. 209
England will set their sights on hunting Anscombe; RUGBY SENSE FROM THE S4C PUNDIT. 916
Entering a new era; National Dance Company Wales' spring tour brings together four diverse and memorable dance pieces and marks the arrival of a new artistic director, writes Jenny White... ARTS & CULTURE. 1215
Errors by police spoiled chance of justice after crash. 1167
EU's tariff warning to US. 107
EXPERT OPINION; STYLE FILE. 586
Fears for call centre jobs over British Gas contract. 259
Food with a view; FOOD REVIEW Fancy a bite to eat with sea views? Katie Sands visits Gwesty Cymru in Aberystwyth... 611
FRIDAY. 279
From the war zone; Rosamund Pike was determined to embody fearless reporter Marie Colvin in biographical drama A Private War - and to show 'a woman in all her complexities' on screen. Georgia Humphreys hears more about the intense filming process... 982
GAIR I GALL Lefi Gruffudd. 601
General Knowledge Quiz. 390
Glen Rocco to strike again. 411
Grab a pizza the action; FOOD AND DRINK All over the country there are brilliant pizzas being made for all tastes. Kathryn Williams reveals the best pizzas in Wales right now... 1298
GREEN SCENE. 187
Happy memories of heavenly holidays. 239
Have a feast on St David's Day; FOOD & DRINK The countdown is on to St David's Day so why not try some of these deliciously Welsh recipes... Recipe 799
Head-to-heads... how Wales are shaping up against old enemy. 1399
Helping the elderly doesn't stop with a bit of shopping; YOUR CONSUMER RIGHTS CHAMPION. 602
Home form key for Barry. 134
Housing go-ahead at archaeological price. 264
IF THE YEAR ENDS IN NINE IT CAN ONLY MEAN ONE THING... A WELSH VICTORY! 750
Improved Ospreys left ruing a missed chance. 383
IN MY VIEW . 423
IN MY VIEW. 623
INSIDE TODAY... 279
It's so nice in Nice; ANDY TURNER checks out the Mediterranean's playground of the rich and famous The. 884
JOBS FOR THE WEEK. 163
Judge allows little Alesha's killer, 16, to be identified. 593
Key issues from 2019 police report. 278
Key issues identified in the first police report in 2017. 572
Killer drops appeal to overturn conviction. 495
Languages add to our cultural enrichment. 165
late breaks; GREAT DEALS ON LAST-MINUTE. 280
Late drama as super-sub downs the old enemy; WALES U20 ......................... 11 ENGLAND U20 ................... 10. 369
Let's forgo luxuries and save the planet. 266
Many an England player has cracked in the past... Wales can nick it - Ringo. 2676
MARKET REPORT. 294
Mazda celebrates a rich heritage; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 514
Millions lost to pensions fraud gangs; MONEY FACT. 120
MORNING SERIAL; The Element of Water. 335
MOVIE WATCH. 2402
MPs disregarding their constituents. 164
MURRAYFIELD 2.15pm SCOTLAND v FRANCE [...]. 206
Neil McEvoy could help propel Plaid to power in next election; Chief reporter Martin Shipton analyses the wider ramifications of the by-election result. 514
New jobs on the way as banks win share of growth grant. 521
Nurturing Wales' literary talent; BOOKS The recipients of Literature Wales' 2019 Writers' Bursaries and Mentoring Scheme have been announced. Jenny White explores what the scheme means for literature in Wales... 1146
ON DEMAND. 283
ON THIS DAY. 230
Our secret second city; FEATURE Katie Bellis uncovers 22 hidden gems and fascinating facts about Swansea you never knew about... 1995
Pick-up professionals Isuzu bring more to hugely competitive truck market; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 216
Plaid makes history with by-election victory in Labour's heartland. 485
Plan to transform Barry into Wales' 'best' seaside town. 664
Play-offs the target. 144
Pobol ar Goll - sialens yr heddlu. 393
Politics must appeal to all across society. 481
Potter's loan rangers have benefitted from tough times elsewhere. 685
POUND NOTES. 353
Preliminary report into Sala plane crash due out. 244
Refreshing bathroom ideas from Leekes; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 358
Rogue builder used dead friend's name and faked reviews. 593
Royal Mail 'sorry' over stamp-price increases. 224
Smyth taps in to big cousin for inspiration. 281
SOAP WATCH. 830
STADIO OLIMPICO 3pm (Sunday). 208
Stay smart and protect your gold; As jewellery prices rise, don't give burglars an easy ride IN ASSOCIATION WITH. 584
STRAIGHT OFF THE VINE. 847
Take it to the max; Forget restrained and bijou, says LESLEY TAYLOR, it's time to go big and go home as the interiors world embraces maximalism. 721
Tanners of Cardiff - proud to be supporting the WRU. 145
THE INSULATION GAME; Almost every aspect of your home can be insulated, and your wallet will thank you in the long run, says LUKE RIX-STANDING. 1183
The lessons we should learn from male abuse allegations; AND ONE MORE THING... 1008
THE SKI AT NIGHT; It's skiing with a difference after darkness falls, says JENNY STALLARD on a floodlit slope in the Swiss Alps. 1352
The story of by the people the Sea Empress who were there; FEATURE; It was Wales' worst ever environmental disaster as thousands of tonnes of crude oil were dumped into the sea offthe coast of Pembrokeshire. Here, Laura Clements tracks down the people who reported the incident and those who took part in the mammoth clean-up... 2774
THEY SAID WHAT? 246
THIS MUCH I KNOW; OPINION. 782
THURSDAY. 305
Tory MPs could revolt if no-deal likely, May told. 636
TUESDAY. 279
WEDNESDAY. 281
Will St David bless Wales with another day of glory? 1684
Wilsons Auctions marks new Belgium contract with launch of first Bitcoin auction; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 626
Wok are you waiting for? You can make your own Chinese 'takeaway', says Ella Walker FOOD & DRINK. 604
Women doing it for Wales; FEATURE Wales Women play their first match of the Six Nations on home soil tomorrow as they welcome England to the Cardiff Arms Park. With the halfway mark of the tournament approaching, these are just some of the current crop and their fascinating stories away from the rugby pitch. Ben James caught up with them at training this week... 1737
Word on the web; Warnings issued to rugby supporters heading to Cardiff for Wales v England today. 111
Y SILFF LYFRAU. 395
You grow girl! Nothing tastes quite so good as freshly harvested food - so let's get planning now, ready for your spring feast. 923

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