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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (June 24, 2020)

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'I felt like I was being eaten alive on red carpet' - Pike. 268
'If you don't support us we won't be here. Those sticking with Amazon and eBay, they'll be the people moaning when their high street is no more' Since winning the UK's High Street of the Year accolade, Treorchy has endured a turbulent time. As its shops reopened from lockdown this week, Kathryn Williams found a resilient community tenaciously facing a new reality and fresh challenges... 1655
'It was a no-brainer' - Warnock makes return. IAN MITCHELMORE Football writer ian.mitchelmore@walesonline.co.uk 602
'We look forward to celebrating achievements of the legal sector across the length and breadth of Wales'. 641
A new CEO for Wales' largest co-working space. SION BARRY Business editor sion.barry@walesonline.co.uk 620
A new director of resources for Monmouthshire Housing Association. 250
Activist in appeal over police facial recognition technology. 564
Bank invests PS2.4m of equity into 10 of Wales' promising start-ups. SION BARRY Business editor sion.barry@walesonline.co.uk 1346
BBC to axe 60 jobs in Wales in bid to plug hole in budget. LYDIA STEPHENS Reporter lydia.stephens@walesonline.co.uk 392
Bluebirds are tipped for the play-offs. 294
Brighter days ahead; How financial support from tHe uK government Helped a llandudno Hotel WEATHER tHe storm of coronavirus. 1026
Children's tsar warns of 'crisis in education'. ABBIE WIGHTWICK Education editor abbie.wightwick@walesonline.co.uk 640
City murder trial shown 'kick' CCTV. LIZ DAY Reporter liz.day@walesonline.co.uk 456
Cocaine dealer's 'revenge porn' attack on ex-partner. PHILIP DEWEY Reporter philip.dewey@walesonline.co.uk 587
Coronavirus cases surge globally as lockdowns eased. 370
Coronavirus threatens hundreds of jobs at food wholesaler. 383
Covid cluster at new meat plant; Another cluster sees Covid cases linked to more than 300 Welsh food plants. CATHY OWEN and ADAM HALE newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 1200
Covid-death nurse 'likely' to have contracted virus at hospital. 373
Director's 'mark on film will live forever'. 216
Djokovic tests positive after controversial tennis event. 271
Extend EU transition for sake of economy. 264
Face coverings should be 'matter of course' as two-metre rule relaxed in England, say leading doctors. 487
Families pay tribute to suspected terror victims. PRESS ASSOCIATION REPORTERS newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 539
Family urges help for army veterans after ex-soldier took her own life. SEAN RAYMENT and LYDIA STEPHENS newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 1003
Gething claims on care home tests 'defy logic'. 502
Going beyond the line of duty cost officer his life, court told. EMILY PENNINK and RYAN HOOPER newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 528
Healthcare firm chief 'proud of workforce'. SION BARRY Business editor sion.barry@walesonline.co.uk 423
Hospital ward 'no links to slavery'. 178
Hosts with the most; Everyone's a TV winner. MARION MCMULLEN looks at the original telly favourites that have inspired Alan Carr's Epic Gameshow. MARION MCMULLEN 833
Investment boost to help expand fintech sector. SION BARRY Business editor sion.barry@walesonline.co.uk 630
Johnson signals end of England's 'hibernation' as pubs set to open. DAVID HUGHES newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 1200
Knight Frank promotes two members of Cardiff office. 370
Living with diabetes during the lockdown. 228
Liz Hurley pays tribute to ex partner after his death at 55. 291
Local firm to build one of city's key projects. 385
Lockdown a greater health than Covid-19, doctors tell risk to our children education' minister. ABBIE WIGHTWICK Education editor abbie.wightwick@walesonline.co.uk 897
Low-income voters helped elect Johnson - study. 259
Manufacturing leads the way as private sector starts recovery. 477
Markets close up as Trump insists US-China trade deal is on track. SIMON NEVILLE PA City editor newdesk@walesonline.co.uk 585
McEvoy suspended after breaching code. 227
Missing school didn't hurt friends' futures. 324
MODERN FAMILY. CATHY OWEN 524
MORNING SERIAL. 357
ON THIS DAY. 298
Out-of-contract stars set to stay for Swans' season. IAN MITCHELMORE Football writer ian.mitchelmore@walesonline.co.uk 526
Over the border? Wales matches being played in England could be a real possibility. SIMON THOMAS Rugby correspondent simon.thomas@walesonline.co.uk 885
Plans approved for new viewing platform on pier. SION BARRY Business editor sion.barry@walesonline.co.uk 377
Police investigate teenager's death; NEWS IN BRIEF. 152
Remembering sacrifice of men in 'forgotten war' Tomorrow, June 25, marks the 70th anniversary of the start of the Korean War. Here, Ceri Joseph, of Porthcawl Museum, tells the story of two Welshmen who served with the UN contingent. 1796
Schools shambles needs sorting out. 403
Shane left red-faced as Gatland recalls winger's challenge to a fight. 393
Start-ups bursary set for launch this month. SION BARRY Business editor sion.barry@walesonline.co.uk 396
The Valleys deserve infrastructure investment they desperately need; After years of infrastructure neglect, areas of the Valleys last week suffered further flooding. With the economic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic forecast to hit such areas hardest, Theo Davies-Lewis argues we cannot leave the communities to fend for themselves. 832
THEY SAID WHAT? 261
Time for tough action on food fly-tippers. 282
Two-thirds of furloughed workers fear they will lose their job. VICKY SHAW PA Personal finance correspondent newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 367
Utopian illusions of fanatical Brexiteers. 183
WELSH DUO MISS OUT ON GLOUCESTER JOB. 223
Will it be Wembley way for Wales? WRU weighing up venues over the border if fans can pack back in to stadiums for autumn Tests. 161

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