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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (June 25, 2020)

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'Human error' blamed for plane crash tragedy. ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORTERS newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 483
'There was no agreement on a fourth week'. 501
10 amazing reasons why breast is best for babies; AS NEW RESEARCH CONFIRMS THE BENEFITS OF BREASTFEEDING, LISA SALMON LEARNS WHY IT'S SO GOOD FOR MUM AND BABY. LISA SALMON 983
10 marathons in 10 days for sports science student Gary; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 948
11 jailed for cocaine conspiracy. MICHAEL DRUMMOND newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 252
A baby's skin is as sensitive as it is soft - make sure you have a care regime in place for summer. 428
A full return to school in September 'not ruled out'. ABBIE WIGHTWICK Education editor abbie.wightwick@walesonline.co.uk 992
A UNIVERSITY VIEW. 384
BAME leaders criticise Plaid leader for 'dog whistle politics'. WILL HAYWARD Acting political editor will.hayward@walesonline.co.uk 1579
Ben & Jerry's pull advertising from Facebook over racism. 331
Bennett becomes first MS for Abolish the Senedd party. WILL HAYWARD Acting political editor will.hayward@walesonline.co.uk 871
Cases of Covid-19 almost at 10 million. 535
Children airlifted to hospital after house explosion. LUCY JOHN, FFION LEWIS, ADAM HALE AND THOMAS DEACON newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 590
CHILDREN'S book of the week. 165
Councillors vote to keep controversial artwork - but with changes. 356
Covid cases 'will rise' after meat factory outbreaks; outbreaks show 'we still need to take the virus seriously'. CATHY OWEN, WILL HAYWARD & JILLIAN MACMATH newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 818
Crowds head back to the beach on Wales' hottest day. AAMIR MOHAMMED JOHN COOPER newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 1016
Cunningham secures new college role at Llandovery. 396
Disparities aren't helpful when lives and jobs are on the line; Either Wales' lockdown approach is too cautious, or England's endangers public health. It might be both, but it can't be neither, argues Media Wales' editor-in-chief Paul Rowland. 871
Dubious Affair to strike again. 380
Enforced break from rugby may be a benefit for Wales coach Pivac. 733
Executions resume despite falling support for capital punishment. 192
Failure to find consensus is detrimental to children; Everyone must pull together to ensure children's education doesn't suffer any more as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, says Gareth Evans, director of education policy at Yr Athrofa: Institute of Education at University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD). 820
Gatland's mind-games used to do my head in, reveals Wales ace Liam. ANTHONY WOOLFORD Sports writer anthony.woolford@walesonline.co.uk 770
Government guidance over seeking medical advice 'may need to change'. 526
Hopkins' Twitter ban over tweet to rugby star. 283
It's lonely at the top; Trump ignores Covid risks to stage Oklahoma rally... but rows of empty seats and falling polls suggest his fans may finally be deserting him. STATESIDE WM With US Editor Christopher Bucktin 633
Johnson defends test and trace 'cluster-busting' capabilities. DAVID HUGHES Press Association reporter newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 760
Liz Hurley's son wanted a father, not his millions. 329
Man heard a shout: 'I've been stabbed,' court told. LIZ DAY Reporter liz.day@walesonline.co.uk 360
Massive cash boost could be on way for steelworks. SION BARRY Business editor sion.barry@walesonline.co.uk 546
Meat plants reveal need for vigilance. 373
MORNING SERIAL. 358
Murder accused claimed he was watching film. 288
Myfyriwr o'r Drindod Dewi Sant yn rhedeg 10 marathon mewn 10 diwrnod. 636
Myfyriwr yn arallgyfeirio ac yn trawsnewid menter gymdeithasol yn ystod Covid-19. 686
Navy launches crewless boat. 198
New chief executive for building society. SION BARRY Business editor sion.barry@walesonline.co.uk 503
ON THIS DAY. 300
Pity for those who live in real world. 363
Playground could point to Bay's history. 201
Police officer ran business while getting sick pay from force. 166
Rowlands on radar of the Dragons. 336
Siberian heatwave has implications for us all; Think it's hot here? Then spare a thought for Siberia where temperatures have swung from a low of minus 68degC to a sweltering 38degC. Daria Litvinova and Seth Borenstein report on the heatwave that's causing climate scientists fresh alarm. 865
Striking not for the fainthearted. 192
Student diversifies and transforms social enterprise during Covid-19; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 677
The Seahawks Superbowl hero who'd love his beloved Swans to reach Prem. 953
THEY SAID WHAT? 223
Time to encourage kids' individuality. 514
Wales powerhouse Hill completes his move to the Blues. SIMON THOMAS Rugby correspondent simon.thomas@walesonline.co.uk 589
Warnock in for Gunts as he looks to shake up Boro. GLEN WILLIAMS Cardiff City writer glen.williams@walesonline.co.uk 970
Watchdog investigates firms over savings loss. SION BARRY Business editor sion.barry@walesonline.co.uk 382
WELSH COLUMN. 25 WM MENNA ELFYN Column 479
Welsh rugby needs a reality check on pay, says Sir Stan. SIMON THOMAS Rugby correspondent simon.thomas@walesonline.co.uk 872
Welsh tourist body has declared a vote of no confidence in the First Minister of Wales. CATHY OWEN Reporter cathy.owen@walesonline.co.uk 997
Why Roy, the victim of the '' is now dedicated to helping 'tackle from hell' others get well. SIMON THOMAS Rugby correspondent simon.thomas@walesonline.co.uk 1994
Why we might not see tracking app after all; The UK Government has abandoned its coronavirus trackand-trace smartphone app, to be replaced by a new version based on technology developed jointly by Apple and Google. Here Jon Belcher, a commercial lawyer with Blake Morgan specialising in information governance and data protection, asks what went wrong and whether we will we ever see an effective contact tracing app widely used in Wales. 1044
Word on the web. 173

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