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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (May 16, 2020)

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'27% of deaths in care homes involved virus'. 449
'Little progress' in EU trade talks. SHAUN CONNOLLY AND LEWIS MCKENZIE Press Association reporters newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 680
'There's pride among BAME workers on frontline, but price is high'. RICHARD YOULE Local democracy reporter richard.youle@walesonline.co.uk 1343
'WE KNEW FROM THE START THAT DAISY WAS THE ONE FOR US, SHE NEEDED OUR FAMILY'. 377
1,479 receive fines for 'breach' of restrictions. 320
16 May 2020; SATURDAY. 298
17 May 2020; SUNDAY. 311
18 May 2020; MONDAY. 232
19 May 2020; TUESDAY. 309
20 May 2020; WEDNESDAY. 300
21 May 2020; THURSDAY. 308
A gift of thanks; Artwork by a Swansea artist is being sold to support the Wales Air Ambulance. 455
A moral dilemma for our time; BOOKS AUTHOR'S NOTES A deft exploration of a modern moral dilemma, You People is a powerful and gripping new offering from Cardiff-raised author Nikita Lalwani, writes Jenny White... Jenny White.. 1041
Ackermann heads to Japan as he makes Gloucester exit. 289
BOOK CHARTS. 216
Break out the bubbly after the lockdown; Enjoy sweet seclusion this autumn and soak up the great outdoors on these restful hot tub holidays, says VICKY LISSAMAN. VICKY LISSAMAN 989
Celebrate The Royal Mint Experience's fourth birthday! THE VIRTUAL CELEBRATIONS ON MONDAY MAY 18 WILL BE OPEN FOR EVERYONE TO JOIN AND ENJOY. 316
Comparison service Monva exceeds PS250k crowdfund target. 270
Creativity is an essential part of being human; AND ONE MORE THING... HARRIETRICHES 972
Crisis response 'could cost council PS29m' in spend and lost income. 791
Cwrdd a'n; sy'n cefnogi ein rhai mwyaf agored i niwed 24/7. 821
Dathlu arwresau Cymru gyfoes. 387
Deaths in Italy 'could be underestimated'. TOM PILGRIM PA newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 539
Debenhams warns 'time running out' to save stores. SION BARRY Business editor sion.barry@walesonline.co.uk 561
Don't panic! Coronavirus won't affect your rights. JAMES WALKER YOUR CONSUMER RIGHTS CHAMPION 652
Drakeford 'disappointed by spasmodic contact' with Westminster. WILL HAYWARD Acting political editor will.hayward@walesonline.co.uk 685
Euro chiefs ponder new format for next season. 272
Europe starts to ease restrictions as spread slows. david rising, elaine kutrenbach & david biller newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 577
Ex-RGC forward to remain at Exeter. 460
Financial jargon puts off would-be investors. 155
Five things you should know about asbestos; ADVERTISEMENT FEATURE. 537
FRIDAY. 334
General Knowledge Quiz. 386
GOBSMACKED PROFESSOR SPOTS HILTS THE WALLABY ON HIS LATEST GREAT ESCAPE. 304
GREEN SCENE. WITH LYNNE ALLBUTT 1034
Green shoots of recovery clubs prepare to get back as Welsh golf into the swing. TOM COLEMAN Sports writer tom.coleman@walesonline.co.uk 1718
Harley's amazing recovery after fire which killed Zac. ALEXANRA BANFI, JONATHAN COLES AND ROBERT HARRIES Reporters newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 668
Hay Festival goes digital; Don't forget that the new digital version of the Hay Festival kicks off this week... 257
In praise of Aussie viognier. STRAIGHT OFF THE VINE Neil Cammies 879
Innovation and agility vital as we face future; Karen Cherrett, of PA Consulting, looks at the opportunities for the Welsh economy once the pandemic crisis has passed. 864
INSIDE TODAY... 225
It's magical for animals as our towns go quiet and they enjoy new freedoms; Stay at home is the message for Wales' humans, but the nation's wildlife appears to be getting bolder in this lockdown quiet, as Andrew Forgrave reports. 1419
Journalist's courage courted controversy. 400
Kemp on the frontline; Ross Kemp's latest documentary series focuses on the uplifting efforts of those making a difference by helping the vulnerable and NHS during this crisis - and there's plenty to be thankful for, he tells Gemma Dunn... Gemma Dunn 877
Language group says report into watchdog is 'whitewash'. ROBERT LLOYD Print content editor robert.lloyd01@walesonline.co.uk 789
Learning about the arts with a 'sgwigl' Musical theatre company Leeway Productions has turned its hand to home-schooling in response to the lockdown, writes Jenny White... Jenny White.. 1092
Lefi Gruffudd. GAIR I GALL 590
Life through a lockdown lens; WALES IN PICTURES Like many of us, renowned photographer Glenn Edwards has spent the time since March in lockdown in his house. Here, he shows us his images of everyday life in our coronovirus world from the windows of his house... 582
Lockdown dramas for Welsh theatre fanatics; ARTS & CULTURE Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru is keeping busy during lockdown with a host of innovative projects, including teaming up with the BBC to share a series of short plays, writes Jenny White... 719
Long route ahead to a new normality. 419
Major upgrade for a small Surface. TECH NOW With Justin Connolly 516
Meet the Team. 688
Minister sets out return-to-schools 'thinking' but won't commit to date. 618
MORNING SERIAL. 382
Most businesses still trading - but tourism sector vulnerable. DYLAN JONES-EVANS 679
Newcastle will host the opening fixture when racing resumes in UK. 524
NIGHT & DAY; DARK AND MOODY OR LIGHT AND BRIGHT, THESE ARE TWO GREAT LOOKS FOR A KIDS' BEDROOM REVAMP. 503
Nourishing doesn't cost food that the earth; Try these simple recipes for family food on a budget... Recipe 638
ON THIS DAY. 301
OPINION. KATIE SANDS Katie Sands is a Merthyr-born award-winning journalist turned sports writer who is proud 1070
OPINION. C'MON REF Nigel Owens 1303
OUR EXPERT ANSWERS YOUR QUESTIONS. DIY DONNY 195
Pandemic hasn't prevented teams from PRO14 planning. ANDY HOWELL Rugby correspondent andy.howell@walesonline.co.uk 716
playing. the A game Wales second-string ..how the final took the field. 1543
Plenty of bargains to be found among rival squads. JAMIE KEMBLE Football writer sport@walesonline.co.uk 530
Points per game plan on agenda. 321
POUND NOTES. 246
Put people of Wales 'in the driving seat' to help tackle challenges facing country; If Wales is to successfully emerge from the Covid-19 crisis and the challenges it faces, the creation of a Citizens' Assembly to put people at the power has to be the way forward, argues Geraint Talfan Davies. 1743
Put the lawn out to grass; It's goodbye to my lawnmower and hello to fresh plants and decking. With Diarmuid Gavin 664
Revealed: Traffic light exit from lockdown. CATHY OWEN, WILL HAYWARD AND ADAM HALE newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 248
Rhoi cais arddysgu'r iaith. 590
RL Ashes series is a doubt. 286
Season all over for the Exiles as League Two call a halt. GLEN WILLIAMS Football writer glen.williams@walesonline.co.uk 564
Silverstone set to host two races in calendar. IAN PARKER PA Sport sport@walesonline.co.uk 406
Slump in demand threatens JCB jobs. 345
Soap bosses finalise plans to resume production. 259
soap watch. 637
Spring is bursting out - but so are all the pests; JOBS FOR THE WEEK. 226
STYLE FILE. YVONNE JONES 326
tech that... A ROUND-UP OF THE LATEST NEWS IN THE DIGITAL WORLD. 356
Terminally ill have a right to assisted death. 236
Testing time for adoptive fathers as son, four, needs reassurance; Everyone has been affected by the lockdown, but adopted children and their families could be at increased risk of damaging disruption. Marcus Hughes found out how they are coping. 661
The tragic story of the Hollywood sign actress; As Netflix airs a new show inspired by Welsh-born actress Peg Entwistle, David Owens investigates the lasting legacy of the ill-fated star, whose tragic story has haunted Hollywood for decades... 4502
The Wales flanket still fighting to stay alive; FEATURE He's had eight life-threatening operations following an aneurysm and brain tumour, but 1990s Welsh flanker Vince Davies is still going strong and staying positive, as Andy Howell discovers... 1806
THEY SAID WHAT? 265
Townsend is hoping Scotland can fly high with Red Devils' help. 463
TRAVEL NEWS; WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THE TRAVEL INDUSTRY IN LOCKDOWN. 233
Trial by jury to start again at some courts. PRESS ASSOCIATION REPORTERS newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 400
Turkey ousts mayors from office. ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORTER newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 320
Two crew test positive for Covid-19 as aircraft carrier sets sail. 202
Union flag symbolises a colonialist mindset. 417
Vandals damage Roman remains. 362
Venezuelan authorities 'seize military deserters'. 266
Waitress 'scared' by customer's axe rant. LIZ DAY Reporter liz.day@walesonline.co.uk 668
Wales' summer tour is called off, but talks on Test matches to continue. MATHEW DAVIES Sports editor mathew.davies@walesonline.co.uk 543
WELSH WATCH. 352
Westminster pledges extra PS35m to Wales. 215
WHAT ARE THE LESSONS FOR WALES? 437
WHAT YOU'LL PAY FOR A MORTGAGE HOLIDAY; THE EMERGENCY MEASURE WILL HELP IN THE CURRENT CRISIS - BUT IT WILL COST YOU IN LONG RUN, WRITES TRICIA PHILLIPS. TRICIA PHILLIPS 887
WHAT'S ALLOWED IN EACH PHASE; The lines in bold below indicate the level of lockdown Wales is at right now. 611
Y SILFF LYFRAU. 305

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