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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (July 2, 2020)

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'Spend, spend, spend until you get it right'. 367
A UNIVERSITY VIEW. 361
Access to childcare is essential to build a better society post-Covid; Childcare is as essential for work as roads and rail, so why isn't it available to those who need it, asks Natasha Davies, gender equality charity Chwarae Teg's policy and research lead Ce wa w. 831
Airline ready to defy Welsh Government's calls to cancel flights from Cardiff Airport. CATHY OWEN Reporter cathy.owen@walesonline.co.uk 887
Arts planning to stage comeback after tragedy of virus lockdown; Lockdown has had a devastating impact on Wales' theatres, festivals, galleries and museums. Sian Burkitt found out how they are coping, and what their post-lockdown plans are. 1828
Bracey and Lawrence sparkle in warm-up. RORY DOLLARD PA sports writer sport@walesonline.co.uk 662
Bruce keen to be a loan arranger for Woodman. 234
Cafes, restaurants and pubs to reopen outdoors; Pubs, restaurants and cafes to reopen outdoors on July 13. WILL HAYWARD, SION BARRY and ADAM HALE newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 686
Call for UN probe of China's forced birth control. 180
Charge your children for their snacks to help teach them the value of money; ASK THE EXPERT. 463
CHILDREN'S book of the week. 180
Choose words carefully as pupils restart school; As pupils return to schools across Wales this week, education consultant Finola Wilson argues the language we use to speak to them about the pandemic may help or hinder their responses. Finola Wilson 602
Covid milestone for Welsh hospital; NEWS IN BRIEF. 273
Derby dates in calendar for rugby's PRO14 return. SIMON THOMAS Rugby correspondent simon.thomas@walesonline.co.uk 604
Doctor stole opioid from clinic and faked Viagra prescriptions. JASON EVANS Reporter jason.evans@walesonline.co.uk 549
Early hopes turning stale, Rodon to sit out rest of term and why it's now or never.... What we learned from Swansea's frustrating draw at The New Den. IAN MITCHELMORE Football writer ian.mitchelmore@walesonline.co.uk 1016
Ex-owner Whelan is keen to help Wigan. 371
Harris hits out over Adomah's loan exit. 442
House blast likely to have been caused by old gas cylinders. 443
I fully support the affordable homes. 184
Ineos provides sneak peak at new Grenadier 4x4. 213
Inquiry into maternity unit to publish findings. 172
Is voice actor's decision much Apu about nothing? 184
It's a balancing act ... How do we keep our kids entertained until we lose the will and put the TV on? CELEBRITY PARENTS HARRY AND IZZY JUDD DISCUSS HOW THEY'VE BEEN TRYING TO KEEP THEIR TWO YOUNG CHILDREN HAPPY AND OCCUPIED DURING THE LOCKDOWN, WITH LISA SALMON. 1014
John Dawes at 80, the Welsh legend who's had a rugby life like no other. SIMON THOMAS Rugby correspondent simon.thomas@walesonline.co.uk 982
Johnson rights vow after China's 'breach' of treaty. SAM BLEWETT and LUKE POWELL newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 555
Johnson under pressure over response to local Covid flare-ups. DAVID HUGHES newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 679
Joyce backs united sevens side. 271
Katherine singing in the rain for care home residents. 306
Keep jobs or there will be no recovery. 410
Market back in business, but traders face uncertain future. KATHRYN WILLIAMS Reporter kathryn.williams@walesonline.co.uk 1202
MORNING SERIAL. 412
Murder-trial accused 'had heard voices'. LIZ DAY Reporter liz.day@walesonline.co.uk 592
National Botanic Garden reopens on Monday - but Great Glasshouse to stay shut for now. 410
Neighbour tells of shock at blood-soaked scene in flat. TAZ ALI newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 436
O'R HOLL deithio wnes [...]. 25 WM DYLAN IORWERTH WELSH COLUMN 460
ON THIS DAY. 260
One side will be more equal than the other. 196
Plaid probe over candidate accused of anti-semitism. WILL HAYWARD Acting political editor will.hayward@walesonline.co.uk 714
PS590m tidal lagoon plan unveiled for north Wales. OWEN HUGHES Reporter owen.hughes@dailypost.co.uk 815
Racial justice requires an end to the death penalty; The ongoing fight for racial justice in the USA requires the abolition of the death penalty, argues Cardiff University's Dr Bharat Malkani. Bharat Malkani 952
Ruling places abortion in US election spotlight; The US Supreme Court's first major abortion ruling since President Donald Trump took office has put abortion firmly on the agenda in November's presidential election. David Crary reports. 957
SA star in eight-year ban. 177
Saints announce pay cuts for majority of their staff. 290
Serious concerns over youth offending service. FLORA THOMPSON newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 386
Setting Wales in motion again will be a challenge. PROFESSOR STUART COLE WALES IN MOTION 763
Settlement for Weinstein accusers a 'sellout'. 302
Shorten the working aviation jobs in Covid week to protect crisis , urges Skates. ADAM HALE, MARK SMITH and OWEN HUGHES newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 1094
The dentist who is still all smiles despite his one Wales cap being a game to forget. MARK ORDERS Rugby correspondent mark.orders@walesonline.co.uk 1634
THEY SAID WHAT? 266
Town's bid to block chain store. 243
Travel ban irony abounds amid US Covid-19 spike. 264
TRUMP'S GOING ALL OUT TO MAKE AMERICA HATE AGAIN... STATESIDE WM With US Editor Christopher Bucktin 662
Up to 5,000 jobs under threat at Upper Crust owner SSP. 424
Virgin Money restarts branch closure and job cuts plans. 315
Wales sees highest rise in business dissolutions in UK. SION BARRY Business editor sion.barry@walesonline.co.uk 548
We must extend the transition period. 278
Welsh Baftas due to go ahead; NEWS IN BRIEF. 157
Welsh connection that could lead to an unlikely win in the Epsom Derby. LIAM SULLIVAN Sports Writer sport@walesonline.co.uk 883
Welsh-qualified lock signs long-term deal at Dragons. 235
Wife 'prodded knife in murder accused's chest as he slept'. 162

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