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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (June 27, 2019)

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'All of a sudden the sirens went off - within minutes the bombing started' Gerald Jones was eight at the time of the Blitz in Swansea and still has vivid memories from that time. Here, he shares them with Katie Bellis... 805
'Crash teen fled police needlessly'. 449
'Speeding' car in cafe near-miss. 257
'Teams now know exactly where they stand... no play-off, no changing mind'. 1667
'Tot-death accused told varying tales'. 509
'We've no idea how we will pay farmers in 2020'. 483
94% of council's staff fluent in Welsh. 400
Archaeological dig at city hillfort. 222
Authority pays PS2m amid tax probe. 221
Boris 'to copy Australia' over immigration. 208
Bungalow cordoned off in crossbow death probe. 340
Celebrating partnerships in innovation; A UNIVERSITY VIEW Professor Colin Riordan. 288
Champions Merthyr head north in first game of title defence. 776
City shelter taken down by council. 453
Clubs are in a really good place - Phillips. 563
Cooper adds Margetson to coaching staff at Swans. 301
Council staff take 50,000 sick days in last year. 202
Domestic rumpus all part of the Boris farce. 280
Economists downgrade UK's growth forecasts. 323
Ex-teacher accused of sex abuse found dead. 410
Five key things Swans need to get sorted out before season starts... 1071
Glam move to top of the table as Hogan and Marnus shine. 588
Hack out, donate and recall lovely equines. 217
I'm not aware of by-election plans - Bercow. 203
Is their loyalty to Britain and the Crown - or just to stirling? 201
It's a dark day for our country if politicians are cowed by threats; Simon Hart, the Conservative MP for Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire, looks at the intimidation of those who take up elected office. 770
Jacko's death should also have been the day the music died. 288
Jehovah's Witness girl can have transfusion - judge. 423
Jobs at risk as bathroom retailer goes into administration. 213
Johnson 'would sacrifice jobs in Wales' - Labour; Cairns under fire as 'jobs in Wales severely at risk'. 579
Make pledges you can keep, sneers Hunt. 221
Man, 46, leaps from moving vehicle. 312
MARKET REPORT. 389
MENNA ELFYN WELSH COLUMN. Column 468
MORNING SERIAL. 334
Mother inspired to help after tragic double loss. 666
MPs must force second Brexit vote - Drakeford. 437
Mum tied son to her before she leapt into reservoir. 1074
Musicians call for festival line-up gender equality. 334
ON THIS DAY. 303
Petrol-driven garden tools are a hazard. 192
Plans to put old chapel at heart of capital store. 579
Pupils to perform with professional musicians in Slovakia. 296
Radical new way to tackle blight of low incomes; Chief executive of Hafod, Jas Bains, on how the foundational economy can change lives for the better. 700
Rail passengers in tree-fall chaos. 234
Redesign Britain on the Benelux model - Price. 639
Reluctant flyer Edwards aiming high. 353
Royal Family a burden as councils struggle. 197
Ryanair set to change shares plan over Brexit. 315
Scarlets snap up trio for academy. 407
Sir Anthony's home-town stroll down memory lane. 405
Sister's memory lives on after asthma death; Gabbiee Hornsey's sister, Dominique, died of asthma when she was just 19. Now Gabbiee's making sure her child knows who she was. By Katie Bellis. 861
They must all be held accountable. 381
THEY SAID WHAT? 204
Thousands in Westminster for climate-change lobby. 313
Time to recognise Glanmor's vision. 114
Tributes to former Plaid MEP and councillor Eurig Wyn, 74. Obituary 362
United against Iran - just as election time approaches. 702
United stance is to write new Euro chapter. 328
War looms as Britain stares into the abyss. 213
Warning as hottest day of year tomorrow. 335
Welsh NHS failings led to dozens of patient deaths. 1133
Word on the web. 104

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