Printer Friendly

Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (June 8, 2019)

1-132 out of 132 article(s)
Title Author Type Words
'Forget Real woes, Bale will be in top shape'. 565
'I'll see you in hell' - Tom tells TV fans. 198
'If things go wrong, it's our fault' Katie Sands meets the woman who has the most important job in Wales' football team... FEATURE. 2477
'It was a great honour to be chosen for the role'. 607
'Semi-final defeat will spur us on'. 204
'State actor' led UAE port tanker attack. 276
'The people of Rhondda were determined to give the GIs every welcome' In 1944, as the country secretly prepared for the D-Day landings, Wales suffered a 'friendly invasion' of its own as thousands of American GIs were billeted in the mining communities of the Valleys. David Owens lifts the lid on a newly-released book which chronicles these exciting but dangerous times. 5405
11 June 2019; TUESDAY. 263
23 veggie and vegan places in Cardiff; If you're on the hunt for the best vegan and vegetarian eats, Kathryn Williams and Victoria Jones have some seriously delicious suggestions... 1376
7 WORTH STAYING IN FOR. 773
A prosperous Wales needs new thinking. 384
A TURN-QUAY PROPERTY. 673
All about Eve; When the first series of Killing Eve aired last year, it became an instant success - and no one is more pleased than stars Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh. As the thriller returns, the talented duo tell Georgia Humphreys what's in store... 992
Alleged murder victim was found 'covered in blood'. 825
Apology call as opticians told 'Welsh out for tests'. Correction notice 469
Battery tech firm creating hundreds of jobs in Wales. 457
Battle for soul of Tory Party begins as Theresa May resigns. 720
Blues hero Filise to pull his boots once again for James' testimonial clash. 379
Bordering on perfection; will hayward ENJOYS A THREE-DAY LOVE AFFAIR WITH THE SCOTTISH BORDERS. 839
Bowen the new favourite for Swans hotseat. 429
BRAINTEASERS. 402
Brexit partly to blame for Ford site's closure. 224
Can Wales' Euro fighters build on a promising start with pair of wins? 800
Catastrophe as Ford town waits for the economic bomb to drop; Anger, sorrow and disappointment... These were the emotions Estel Farell-Roig encountered when she spoke to car-plant workers facing redundancy, and Bridgend traders whose livelihoods will be adversely affected when the factory finally shuts. 1697
Celebrate Father's Day with a visit to south Wales' biggest antiques event; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 379
City mansion renovated as a hub for community. 650
Climbing that Hill; More than two decades ago, Harry Hill left the world of medicine in order to pursue a less 'obvious' career path - and he hasn't looked back since. But that's not to say it's always been an easy road, he tells Gemma Dunn... 986
Commercial lawyer and WRU stalwart dies aged 84. 313
Council considers plan aimed at cleaning up Cardiff 's air pollution. 341
CREATE CREATURE COMFORTS OUTDOORS. 268
Datgelu hanes trysorau cudd. 320
Delay in lifeboat plan. 176
Do your homework when buying a used car; MONEY FACT. 164
Dog-lover Harvey was the 'happiest kid in the world'. Obituary 744
Drakeford's dismay at closure of Ford factory. 524
Drink-driver who killed cabbie in crash is jailed. 514
Drunk mum seen tossing baby in air before 'cot death'. 617
Education chief to leave council after nine months. 169
Elis a'r teipiau Cymreig. 626
England will have Twenty20 vision. 147
Explosives 'nerd' jailed for six years. 347
First Minister speaks out on 'anger' at Ford. 270
FRIDAY; 14 June 2019. 303
From tent to table; Amanda Powell discovers that a campsite restaurant can make for a pleasant evening out... 861
GAIR I GALL Lefi Gruffudd. 607
GARDEN SHORT CUTS GSJt. 369
General Knowledge Quiz. 342
GNOME IS WHERE THE HEART IS... There's more to improving your outside space than simpy adding a few of garden ornaments. 589
Good news for those of us frustrated by broadband. 560
House-buyers didn't have it easy back then. 114
How Chernobyl made Welsh sheep radioactive; The 1986 nuclear disaster has been the subject of a highlyacclaimed HBO TV drama series which ended this week. Bronte Howard looks back at its impact on Wales... 1784
How to maximise carers' economic contribution. 820
IN MY VIEW. 586
Industrial revolution; Love the industrial look but not sure how to achieve it? LESLEY TAYLOR says, with a little bit of hard graft, anything is possible. 698
Inside the last Wimpy in Wales; There used to be more than 500 of the burger joints in the UK, now there are just 70. Nathan Bevan visits Wales' only one... 1354
INSIDE TODAY... 182
Irn Bru tapping into alcohol-free spirits market with PS1m investment. 234
It's the joy of six as Williams rings the changes for France. 638
James ready for Wales as United move is confirmed. 554
JOBS FOR THE WEEK. 164
Johnson misconduct prosecution thrown out. 233
late breaks; GREAT DEALS ON LAST-MINUTE HOLIDAYS. 274
LAURA McALLISTER; Laura McAllister is a sports mad academic from Bridgend. She is Professor at Cardiff University's Wales Governance Centre and former captain of the Wales women's international football team. OPINION. 1526
LEADERSHIP CONTEST TIMETABLE. 319
LET THE FUN BEGIN. 338
Let's face it; The latest exhibition at Gallery TEN offers a thoughtful exploration of the human face, writes Jenny White... 652
Life after loss; Novelist and chief executive of Music Theatre Wales Carole Strachan has written a compelling tale of love, loss and new beginnings, writes Jenny White... AUTHOR'S NOTES. 965
Lights, camera, action at Aberystwyth. 244
M4 relief road plans saw Welsh Government acquire PS10m in land. 353
Man, 32, charged over police chase; NEWS IN BRIEF. 107
MARKET REPORT. 421
Meet the volunteers who keep our youth sport alive; There have been celebrations this week for the thousands of people who give up their own time to help others. As well as it being Volunteers' Week, it's also Coaching Week, and Amanda Powell has been speaking to two young adults about how coaching and volunteering have transformed their lives as well as the youngsters they work with... 1834
Men charged with murdering teen; NEWS IN BRIEF. 202
Midsummer magic; Art at the Hall is an ongoing series of curated exhibitions at the Temperance Hall at Llangathen, Carmarthenshire. Jenny White previews the next instalment - Midsummer CAHOOTS at the Hall... 766
Minister 'sorry for human cost of NHS failings'. 787
MONDAY. 291
MORNING SERIAL. 362
MOVIE WATCH. Movie review 2461
NHS will be price we pay for no-deal Brexit. 453
No murder retrial for abused wife. 520
No ordinary Joe to reveal his plans for the future. 287
ON DEMAND. 255
On the trail of starlight and moonshine; EMILIA HARRIS discovers winding forest tracks and peaceful lakeside paths while cycling through scenic Maryland and Virginia. 1239
ON THIS DAY. 263
OPINION. 1096
Path to Earth; Nature's colour palette is hard to beat if you want relaxing decor. DAN BEAVAN shows you how you can achieve the look. 157
POUND NOTES. 299
PROPERTIES SOLD ON BY THE WELSH GOVERNMENT. 105
PROPERTIES STILL OWNED BY THE WELSH GOVERNMENT. 231
Rock on Tommy... Why ace Reffell is looking worthy of Warby comparison. 1260
Rol newydd i wyneb cyfarwydd. 422
Rugby chiefs left with 'no choice' over Folau verdict. 243
RUN AND HAVE FUN. 237
Ryan is adamant Davies' switch to the Dragons will be good for Pivac's Wales >. 990
SATURDAY. 325
Self to strike Haydock gold. 291
Sexton won't get over that Wales loss. 424
Shape up your garden in time for summer. 300
SIZZLING SUMMER STYLES; Want to transform your rooms into super sunny spots? GABRIELLE FAGAN reveals some mini decor projects and best buys. 1252
Snowsill will dip into box of tricks. 412
SOAP WATCH. 847
Stars of sport, television and literature are honoured by the Queen. 748
Stopped at the border for carrying medicinal cannabis; Gower MP Tonia Antoniazzi was with the mum of a severely epileptic daughter who needs medical cannabis to calm her seizures as she attempted to bring some into the UK. Here the Labour MP describes their experience, which includes being stopped by border officials. 1036
Storybook fun at the theatre; The latest production from Cwmni Theatr Arad Goch is a timely reprise of one of the company's favourite productions... 578
STRAIGHT OFF THE VINE. 798
Summer stunners; Award-winning sedums need little water, are versatile and create a vivid carpet of colour With Diarmuid Gavin. 775
SUNDAY. 311
THE FULL SPENDING BREAKDOWN FROM THE WELSH GOVERNMENT ON THE M4 RELIEF ROAD. 158
The great and the good rewarded for selfless endeavour in many and varied walks of life. 910
The power of words; Conversation, community and deeper understanding are being nurtured by a series of conversations taking place in Chapter this weekend before touring Wales, writes Jenny White... 571
The rights and wrongs of returning goods; Think nothing of sending back items you don't want? VICKY SHAW finds out how retailers are getting stricter on shoppers who stretch the rules. 756
The Welsh village being abandoned to the sea because of climate change; FEATURE Robert Harries visits the north Wales village of Fairbourne, which the council says it can't protect from the elements forever and, sooner rather than later, everything must go... 1876
THEY SAID WHAT? 207
THIS MUCH I KNOW Lynne Barrett-Lee. 766
Throwing money at coastal defences is no longer an option in Wales. 996
THURSDAY. 348
Treat yourself to a vegan meal; A new cookbook offers vegan takes on a host of popular dishes. Marion McMullen takes a look... 624
Treatment of Prem clubs 'unfair and unacceptable', says Merthyr chief Nigel. 966
True heroes with a sense of humour. 385
Trump protesters got their priorities wrong. 211
US and Russia snipe after near-collision. 182
Wales hockey aces aim to reign in Spain. 322
Wales v Croatia... all the lowdown on the game. 648
Wales' financial sector gives City a run for its money. 595
Waterstones owner acquires US bookstore chain. 183
WEDNESDAY. 262
Welsh village is the place to be. 181
Why we must strive to preserve peace bought at a terrible price; First Minister Mark Drakeford contemplates this week's D-Day events, and the heroism of the entire WWII generation. 991
Women in football are right to press for equality; SARAH ZIPP & LILAMANI DE SOYSA. 851
Word on the web Closure date for Ford plant set for September 2020. 177
Write us off at your peril, says Corbyn after election triumph. 680
Y SILFF LYFRAU. 266

Terms of use | Privacy policy | Copyright © 2019 Farlex, Inc. | Feedback | For webmasters