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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (April 6, 2020)

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'This is going to be our 9/11 moment' US is told. ASSOCIATED PRESS newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 473
7,000 extra beds as virus gathers pace; Extra beds to tackle spread of coronavirus within Wales. IAN LEWIS Reporter ian.lewis@walesonline.co.uk 1058
Army veteran trapped abroad. 385
Brooks may be target for Prem League heavyweights. 309
Cancer patients may be at risk as coronavirus takes NHS resources; As the coronavirus pandemic continues to worsen across Wales, hundreds of cancer patients could die as treatment stalls - a cancer charity warns. 1615
CAROLINE JONES COLUMNIST. 609
Cars are suffering during lockdown. 305
Chief medic 'wrong' to visit second home. PRESS ASSOCIATION newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 464
Coping with autism in a world where everything has changed; One group of people who may find the current lockdown particularly challenging are those with autism. Here, Dr Vaughn Price, principal clinical psychologist with Ludlow Street Healthcare, offers five useful ways they can cope... Vaughn Price 1052
Crisis does not justify draconian powers. 361
Disappointment as plans for dream holidays on hold. ROBERT DALLING Reporter rob.dalling@walesonline.co.uk 1132
Don't get down about being on lockdown... Self-isolating at home with young children? DAISY FOX has some ideas to keep you and the little ones entertained. DAISY FOX 996
Even now, you must act FAST over strokes. MARK SMITH Health correspondent mark.smith@walesonline.co.uk 864
Feelings of frustration as pandemic takes its toll on tourism industry. LUCY JOHN Reporter lucy.john@walesonline.co.uk 1194
First Minister congratulates Keir Starmer as he names front bench team. HARRIET LINE newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 1281
For many people, Keir Starmer will be a more acceptable Labour leader; Chief reporter Martin Shipton assesses the task facing Keir Starmer as he takes over the leadership of the Labour Party in an unprecedented situation. Martin Shipton 978
HEALTH NOTES. 289
Horn alerts residents to grass fire metres away. 371
HOW CLEAN IS YOUR HOME? 461
how tomlin has gone from zero to hero at city. glen williams Football writer glen.williams@walesonline.co.uk 1425
If we stand together, we'll all get through this crisis. ROBERT LLOYD GRIFFITHS BUSINESS TALK 670
Keep your mind and body strong in lockdown; Mr Motivator tells lauren taylor and georgia humphreys: Count your blessings, put some tunes on and move your bodies - but the brightly-coloured Lycra is optional. lauren taylor and georgia humphreys 847
Keeping up a sunny outlook on life. 277
Keir Starmer has an opportunity to unite. 211
Living with beautiful views... and the constant fear of fire. KATIE BELLIS Reporter katie.bellis@walesonline.co.uk 678
More think Boris doing bad job, pre-virus poll discovers. MARTIN SHIPTON Chief reporter martin.shipton@walesonline.co.uk 569
MORNING SERIAL. 421
Mum may end up homeless over care. 357
Nurses 'holding breath' due to lack of PPE. 399
ON THIS DAY. 255
Outdoor exercise may be banned, Hancock warns. PRESS ASSOCIATION newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 831
Pope begins Holy Week events without public. 329
Practical ideas that solve the PPE crisis; Staff across our NHS have voiced concerns over a shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE). Here, consultant surgeon at the University Hospital of Wales, Meena Agarwal, offers some practical alternatives to keep workers safe during the outbreak... AgendaWM Ag Edited by Mark Smith 029 2024 3937 mark.smith@walesonline.co.uk 838
PS2.8m of cash will help to boost flood defences. WILL HAYWARD Political editor will.hayward@walesonline.co.uk 577
Queen urges nation to show strength in face of 'challenge'. 475
Rototherm starts mass production of face shields. 276
Row over lay-by to catch speeders. 427
RUGBY I WAS THERE: MAGIC GAMES WHICH WE WILL NEVER FORGET. 2290
Rugby star's marathon effort to raise cash for the NHS. 313
Russell back for Wales? 237
Rwanda says that genocide grave may contain 30,000 bodies. 177
Scientist calls for further testing on 'nuclear mud'. MARTIN SHIPTON Chief reporter martin.shipton@walesonline.co.uk 627
Social tenants will not face eviction - minister. MARTIN SHIPTON Chief reporter martin.shipton@walesonline.co.uk 460
Steelers keen to lure Parkes over to Japan. ANDY HOWELL Rugby correspondent andy.howell@walesonline.co.uk 619
Surely it will make sense to test more. 393
Tesco boss looks to be leading way to higher profits. SION BARRY Business editor sion.barry@walesonline.co.uk 404
THE NEW LIFE OF LUC WALES' FIVE-MINUTE EVANS, WONDER. simon thomas Rugby correspondent simon.thomas@walesonline.co.uk 1850
The nursing staff will need all our support; HELEN WHYLEY COLUMNIST. HELEN WHYLEY 694
THEY SAID WHAT? 290
Trying to find the parental positives in the face e of the coronavirus pandemic; DOUBLE TROUBLE FOR A FIRST-TIME DAD OF TWINS. Richard IRVINE 437
Two obvious contenders and one not so obvious... but who has been the Swans' standout performer? IAN MITCHELMORE Football Writer ian.mitchelmore@walesonline.co.uk 677
Union leaders call for boost to Universal Credit. 257
Up to 4,000 prisoners to be released from jail. 591
Welshman's central role in the Nazi surrender; At the age of 23, Derek Knee found himself a central player in one of the pivotal moments in world history, as he attended and translated the Nazi surrender to end World War II in Europe. Ffion Lewis reports. Ffion Lewis 701
When will it end? How we could all face a longer-term lockdown; While we hope the current lockdown will help bring the coronavirus pandemic under control, questions remain over what happens after that. Political editor Will Hayward reports. Will Hayward 1298
Why must we appeal to the English? 331
WILLIAMS EYES THE REAL POT. 711
Wolves ace on the mend. 167
YA BOOK of the week. 215

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