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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (March 2, 2019)

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"I have children and grandchildren and I want to see them grow up. I will fight it and see how it goes" - Blackmore. 1484
'Bad Wolf will do its bit, but everyone else in the industry has to commit to do the same'. 909
'May sees Brexit as damage-limitation exercise'. 245
'Top manipulator Jackson groomed the whole world'. 322
'Up to 25% ready to support TIG' NEWS IN BRIEF. 196
'We pride ourselves on a history of looking after each other' In Cardiff to launch a phone helpline for youth homelessness charity Llamau, actor Michael Sheen has been telling Amanda Powell about the causes closest to his heart and appeals for Welsh politicians to have more fighting spirit... 1795
'Web of deceit' uncovered at car dealer after owner's death. 489
2019 awards 'most diverse in more than a decade'. 144
6 March 2019; WEDNESDAY. 283
7 WORTH STAYING IN FOR. 809
A different perspective; Rhea Seren Phillips discovers four women poets who will take you on an alternative journey through Welsh history... 893
A little slice of Lisbon; The former site of one of Cardiff's much-loved cafes has now been taken over by a Portuguese restaurant. Jessica Walford books a table... 739
A timely re-working; ARTS & CULTURE A new production of The Taming of the Shrew, showing in Cardiff's Sherman Theatre this month, turns the play's gender roles on their head. Playwright Jo Clifford told Jenny White why it was time to reimagine this classic but contentious play... Theater review 980
A world of theatre; ARTS & CULTURE Arad Goch has a big year planned to celebrate its 30th birthday - starting with this month's international performing arts festival, writes Jenny White... 1191
Abuse survivor to take ex-club to High Court. 586
Amos return as Dragons ring the changes. 496
Amser newid i achub ein byd. 363
Are you the victim of financial abuse ? MAGINE how it would feel if you Financial abuse can leave people feeling trapped, but support is available, as VICKY SHAW discovers. 793
Artist creates outdoor portrait of St David crowned with daffodils. 314
ASK DIARMUID. 149
Bantams link with Flynn, but he's got job to do at County. 567
BIG MATCH GUIDE... CAN BLUEBIRDS PUT THE BITE ON WOLVES? 537
BRAINTEASERS. 321
Breast-test results delayed amid specialists shortage. 557
Brexit's a disaster for NHS so back new vote. 172
BU llawer o son wythnos [...]. 581
C'MON REF. 1217
Council tax rise of 4.9% for residents in capital. 582
CRAFTY STARS; Spacious, gracious gems signed off with a fine-art flourish. 184
Cruise control in Croatia; SMALL SHIP SAILING ALLOWS CELIA PAUL TO ENJOY PICTURESQUE COASTLINES AND PEACEFUL COVES. 1242
Defiant Webb is pumped up for Toulon. 447
Diolch, Jeremy! Star excels in Welsh on air. 473
Don't kill the regions and alienate the fans. 498
Dr Rachel am ysbrydoli'r ifanc. 381
DRAW THE LINE; Toddlers damaging your precious home can cost you hundreds of pounds. Here's how you can keep the cost down... 574
Drugs gang leader jailed for 10 years. 644
Dunkerton makes waves at Superdry; BUSINESS BRIEFING. 109
Famous five will bolster Scarlets for Munster test. 514
Forget rainbow flag, get priorities right. 271
FRIDAY; 8 March 2019. 283
Gap closing over 200 stores amid global restructuring. 228
Getting more value out of your pricey mobile phone; YOUR CONSUMER RIGHTS CHAMPION. 609
Grealish is best in the league - Smith. 430
Great gifts for a new pad; The best housewarming pressies blend fashion and function, and these offerings toe that line with aplomb, writes. 913
GREEN SCENE WITH LYNNE ALLBUTT; THINKING ON MY FEET. 146
Gwthio eich hun i'r eithaf. 474
Hitting the road; From its restaurants holding the top spot on TripAdvisor to a popular tearoom moving in, Cardiff's Wellfield Road is a must for foodies. Kathryn Williams takes a look at what's on offer... 1016
How Wales hero Josh make a success of his had the appetite to second bite at cherry. 1242
Huge rise in romance fraud last year; MONEY FACT. 143
Hughes is wary of resurgent Spireites' threat. 321
IN MY VIEW. 620
IN MY VIEW[...]. 462
In the bag; WEEK WATCH BBC comedy Fleabag, which is back for a second series, follows a dry-witted, sexual, angry woman trying to cope with life in London. The show's lead star and writer Phoebe Waller-Bridge, 33, talks to Georgia Humphreys about the inspiration behind the character... 744
Injury woes have made me a stronger character, says Byers. 278
INSIDE TODAY... 263
Interesting times for Wales so play a part. 397
Jones puts in miles to make RGC a success. 440
Labour under threat as Plaid support swells - poll; Plaid on the offensive as party rides high in polls. 568
late breaks; GREAT DEALS ON LAST-MINUTE HOLIDAYS. 237
Leech jar A great reason to come and buy today at Sully indoor flea market. 201
Legal Briefing. 377
Let young decide as Leavers living in past. 188
Let's make March count! ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 700
Life as a Quaker in Wales in 2019; FEATURE No hymns are sung, no set prayers are read in meetings and no-one is told what to believe. Jessica Walford reports... 2099
LK Bennett to call in administrators; BUSINESS BRIEFING. 166
Making Wales a nation of sanctuary; AND ONE MORE THING... 972
MARKET REPORT. 287
McEvoy seeking to rejoin Plaid; NEWS IN BRIEF. 180
Missing pilot's body 'could wash ashore'. 286
MONDAY. 314
MORNING SERIAL. 391
Mountains, Mams and mines... we simply love what makes us Welsh; CAROLYN HITT COLUMNIST OF THE YEAR newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk. 1432
MOVIE WATCH. 2402
Mulder has the edge in battle of the stoppers. 654
Naked woman in vicious assault on two police officers. 563
Navidi signs new deal to stay with the Blues. 541
New malt whisky to toast saint. 108
NSPCC urges clampdown as Instagram grooming of young children triples. 248
ON DEMAND. 273
ON THIS DAY. 271
OPINION. 1421
Organic matters; A new, diverse exhibition at Swansea's Glynn Vivian Gallery explores the significance and symbolism of plants, writes Jenny White... 325
Ospreys look to the experience of Hook at end of a tough week. 574
Pakistan returns Indian pilot. 131
Perfect pancakes with a twist; Pancake Day is almost here - Tuesday, in fact. Why not ditch the lemon and go for something adventurous this year? We take a look at three delicious recipes from British Lion Eggs... Recipe 750
PLANT AN INCAS' TRAIL; Bed in your summer garden now to reap maximum benefits from June until autumn. 608
PLANT OF THE WEEK; PRUNUS MUME 'BENI-CHIDORI'. 124
Police plea as city declared Novichok-free. 248
Politicians' new call for Somaliland recognition. 447
POP; Hot off the interiors runway, here's how to shuffle those shades for a colourful style shake-up, says SAM WYLIE-HARRIS. 862
Post-Brexit trade deal could allow US firms to 'run riot' in NHS, claim campaigners. 538
Pressure on Grayling as Government pays out over ferry fiasco. 601
Pride and passion parade throughout on the land as crowds toast Wales' St David. 594
PRO16 the next step? 418
Raab accuses European Union of behaving dishonourably in Brexit negotiations. 454
Rapper jailed over drug death of TV star's daughter. 385
Right to Rent scheme 'leads to discrimination'. 259
Sala offered flight home by Cardiff, leaks show. 412
SATURDAY. 308
Sevens star Harries to wing in for the Blues. 628
Show your seedbeds some attention; JOBS FOR THE WEEK. 107
six arts and crafts gems. 1602
SOAP WATCH. 741
Solicitors firm closed as dishonesty suspected. 255
South Wales' biggest antiques event returns to Carmarthen showground; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 432
Spicing up Saturdays; Geri Horner knows how to unite a nation - from an upcoming tour with her Spice Girl bandmates to playing head judge on Saturday night hit All Together Now. And it's all about having fun, she tells Gemma Dunn... 1036
Spring savings at Leekes. 318
STEP INTO SPRING. 388
STRAIGHT OFF THE VINE. 462
SUNDAY. 258
Swearing detective awaits decision of misconduct panel. 409
The 'handsome and pompous' Welshman who built Los Angeles; Griffith Jenkins Griffith made Los Angeles what it is today - but was later jailed for shooting his wife. Thomas Deacon tells a remarkable tale... 888
The future is freelance for the millennial generation. 708
The queen of clubs; The incredible story of how Richard Burton's first wife - the daughter of a Valleys miner - became the queen of America's disco scene. David Owens reports... 1989
The waitress who married Brando; Anna Kashfi had a short and turbulent marriage to the Godfather star. Thomas Deacon reports... 500
THEY SAID WHAT? 211
THIS MUCH I KNOW. 779
THURSDAY; 7 March 2019. 275
TUESDAY. 276
Twists, turns and tension; BOOKS AUTHOR'S NOTES Brighton-based author DE White turned her attention to Wales for her new psychological thriller - and the result is a tense, gripping read, writes Jenny White... 1177
Wales are a good bet - Healey. 188
Wales has the world's 'coolest' flag, say 5,500 in online poll. 248
WALES IN PICTURES. 127
Wales let 10 go back to regions. 175
Wales' fairytale places we all adore; St David's Day always brings our love for this fantastic nation into sharp focus. Here are 24 fairytale places across Wales which help show just why we adore its beauty, as chosen by Steffan Rhys... 938
Warnock pleased his struggling stars have had a long look in the mirror. 733
We've got to match ambition, says Coady. 312
Welsh chatter silenced by anti-social media. 217
Wild wind alert as storm on way; NEWS IN BRIEF. 195
WILDLIFE WARNING. 356
Wines of the world grown by women; A growing number of women are making their mark on the wine scene. Raise a glass with Sam Wylie-Harris' selection of six of the best... 676
Word on the web Thomas Cook scraps three flights from Cardiff Airport. 167
Y SILFF LYFRAU. 445
YOUNG DRIVERS CAN SAVE MONEY ON CAR INSURANCE. 356
YVONNE JONES STYLE FILE THE PERFECT OCCASIONAL CHAIR. 309

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