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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (May 30, 2019)

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'City has too many student skyscrapers'. 632
'Fun, caring' teenager died in bath after heart stopped. 471
'I felt I was at a stage in my career where I had to try something different'. 805
'It's not rocket science' - Javid pledges 20,000 police officers back on beat. 198
'Overstretched police battling an explosion of violent crime'. 934
'Trump was not exonerated in probe' - Mueller. 307
'Ultra-processed' foods linked to higher mortality. 454
A UNIVERSITY VIEW. 347
Accused of felling trees. 126
Air crew 'had to restrain drunk passenger'. 182
AM's 'powerful image' risks greater division. 377
Banksy artwork a 'catalyst for change' in town hit by hard times, says owner. 460
Banksy's garage graffiti finally moves to new art gallery home. 592
Beethoven's hair under the hammer; UK BULLETINS. 119
Bombs appeal to postal workers; UK BULLETINS. 172
Boris faces court over Brexit bus 'PS350m for EU' claim. 780
Campbell's expulsion from Labour 'spiteful', says Watson. 644
Cardiff running out of top-quality office space. 1203
Cleese accused of 'acting like Basil'. 337
Cookery students enjoy celebrity chef's hospitality. 170
Corbyn: Public vote only way out of Brexit deadlock; Corbyn finally bows to pressure and backs people's vote. 664
Delivering Brexit with a deal 'only way to leave the EU by Halloween'. 461
Dragon Sun is hot at Yarmouth. 306
Elderly woman dies in house fire; NEWS IN BRIEF. 108
End discrimination against disfigured. 186
Fall in number of UK workers on low pay, think-tank study suggests. Report 240
Fans put their questions to Giggs at Urdd; The Urdd National Eisteddfod is taking place in Cardiff Bay. The week-long youth festival is being staged in the Welsh capital for the first time in 10 years. Eryl Crump and Laura Clements report... 525
Former Plaid leader under fire over swastika post nder. 571
Game of Thrones star confronts his demons. 209
Gav & Stacey's return 'respite from Farage'. 668
Get rid of wi-fi dead spots from your home; NOTHING ANNOYS THE FAMILY LIKE A DODGY WI-FI SIGNAL, BUT BT'S NEW COMPLETE WI-FI GUARANTEE, GIVES YOU A STRONG SEAMLESS NETWORK IN EVERY ROOM. 758
Hollywood star Sheen gets a part in Pobol. 199
Homeless play wins coveted Drama Medal. 197
Important to learn how to lose - Doull. 290
In a changing world, we must strive to build a future of hope; Here, Delyth Jewell AM, Plaid Cymru Shadow Minister for International Affairs and the Future, argues that Plaid is now the natural home of Remainers in Wales after the Euro election results pushed Labour into third HAR. 746
IS terrorist recalls his time with 'Beatles' in Syria. 315
It's unfair to blame Love Island for deaths - host Flack. 260
James keen on Wales link-up. 547
Jones stay could end Gatland job links. 354
Jury inquest for gran in police van death. 223
Let's keep EU election results in perspective. 334
Loan pair have it all to do. 760
Local council targets for Welsh-medium schools. 418
Lord Mayor of Cardiff opens new sports pavilion at St John's College; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 501
Main political parties' record of utter failure. 228
MARKET REPORT. 410
Marnus hits another ton but Glam's fightback hit by rain. 342
MORNING SERIAL. 345
Motorcyclist dies in crash. 122
Motorist injured after hitting wall; NEWS IN BRIEF. 114
National Enquirer's Diana death crash 'attraction' is bad taste benchmark. 264
ON THIS DAY. 292
Outrage as council cuts music funding. 457
PCSO arrested in fraud probe. 245
Phillips given hooking challenge. 445
Pollution inquiry into dead river fish; NEWS IN BRIEF. 125
Port Talbot Banksy Season's Greetings is moved to new home; Word on the web. 167
Remember that his dream was pure, whatever is revealed. 594
Resist the seduction of simple solutions. 149
Revolutionary dream becomes a nightmare. 438
STATISTICS. 513
Swansea will benefit from new authority. 475
The truth might be out there, and America is still looking for it. 182
THEY SAID WHAT? 273
Thousands of knives seized in week-long police crackdown. 325
TODAY ON THE MAES. 162
Too late for regrets from prehistoric PM. 119
Tories 'risk capture by poison of Farage' - Heseltine. 231
United prospect's call. 507
Video sparks outcry at overcrowding at top of Snowdon. 572
Wales and the challenges of a changing workplace; The future of work in Wales relies on more people of all ages being able to go to university, says Professor Julie Lydon, chair of Universities Wales and Vice Chancellor of the University of South Wales. 912
Webb: I won't beg to be picked. 559
WELSH COLUMN. Column 476
WHAT IS THE UK'S CONTRIBUTION TO THE EU? 349
Window gift for church attacked in 1963. 215
Winger 'will cost more than PS2 million'. 203
Young guns ready to make a name for themselves. 1370

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