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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (June 26, 2021)

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'Evidence will lead policy for vaccinated travellers'. ADAM HALE and NEIL LANCEFIELD newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 638
'I quit my job during lockdown tbike and now I'm helping bring n to sell coffee from a g community closer'. ELIZABETH THOMAS Reporter elizabeth.thomas@walesonline.co.uk 1014
'I'm still touching my Bafta to check it's not going to melt' She's the Cardiff-born toast of the Baftas after winning an award for her role in harrowing TV drama Anthony. Here, Rakie Ayola tells Kathryn Williams about the Baftas, acting and meeting the woman she plays - the mum of teen murder victim Anthony Walker... 1628
'Mae'r mOr yn rhan ohona i'. 370
'No substantial outbreaks' from events. 276
'Questions to be answered over Hancock aide embrace' ADAM HALE, GAVIN CORDON, EMMA BOWDEN and PATRICK DALY newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk. 1070
'Third Covid wave to peak in July in Wales' ''hird Covid wave set to peak in July'. ADAM HALE and WILL HAYWARD newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 1039
A real passion for Pembrokeshire; Painter Bob Reeves' deep empathy for his local landscape shines through in his new exhibition, writes Jenny White... 382
Another PS6m to be spent revamping city building. SION BARRY Business editor sion.barry@walesonline.co.uk 391
Are you prepared for the new world order? MARTYN JAMES YOUR CONSUMER RIGHTS CHAMPION 639
Board to be urged to rethink freeing child killer. 273
Bride-to-be died after her car rotated and crashed. CHRISTIE BANNON Reporter christie.bannon@walesonline.co.uk 524
Bywyd newydd i hen gartrefi. 603
C'MON REF Nigel Owens. 1347
City incinerating 30% of residents' recycling. 161
Covid throws Scots clash into disarray. 275
Dad died after he got stuck in chain. CHRISTIE BANNON Reporter christie.bannon@walesonline.co.uk 482
Dog breeder fined for having too many litters. 157
Down to the last 16... but who will be great eight to progress? PAUL ABBANDONATO Head of sport paul.abbandonato@walesonline.co.uk 2240
Dragon Man may now be humans' closest relative. NILIMA MARSHALL Press Association reporter newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 531
Fan-tastic travelling support will be with teams on their settee. CAROLYN HITT COLUMNIST OF THE YEAR newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 1302
Figures on the shoreline; A new collection of photographs explores the interplay between the female form and the seawashed shoreline... 447
FIRST CLASS CONVERSION. JOANNE RIDOUT Reporter joanne.ridout@walesonline.co.uk 1271
Fish dishes for summer days. Recipe 808
Freak tornado kills five and injures hundreds. ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORTER newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 297
FRIDAY. 251
GAIR I GALL LefiGruffudd. 591
Game for a laugh; At 76, Anne Robinson is the new host of Countdown. She chats to Georgia Humphreys about the recipe for a long-lasting career... 758
Gats can steer Lions to 3-0 win, says Alfie. SIMON THOMAS Rugby correspondent simon.thomas@walesonline.co.uk 723
General Knowledge Quiz. 359
Glamorgan CCC let down by Drakeford. 273
Go loopy for lupins; TALL, MAGICAL AND WILDLIFE FRIENDLY, THEY CAN EVEN IMPROVE YOUR SOIL. DIARMUID GAVIN Gardening Expert 536
Harry back in UK for unveiling of mum's statue. 170
Holland". is just 16% of The Netherlands. 176
How to avoid money moans when living with friends. 294
I'll ignore social media trolls - Van Der Merwe. 292
It's time to test our combinations, see how far we've come - Alun Wyn. BEN JAMES Rugby writer ben.james@walesonline.co.uk 1206
Japan will play their own way, insists Joseph. 206
Legal Briefing; solicitor Juliet Phillips - James casts her expert eye over a range of legal matters and urges anyone with any questions or problems to come forward for help. Juliet Phillips-James 437
Meet the winning singers; The winner of the prestigious Cardiff Singer of the World competition has been announced, writes Jenny White... 627
MONDAY; 28 June 2021. 293
MORNING SERIAL. Lockdown Wales by Will Hayward 345
Mum who lost sons pleads for return of stolen phone. AARAN LENNOX newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 501
ON THIS DAY. 348
Plan the future you want; UNSURE WHETHER YOUR SAVINGS WILL BE ENOUGH TO BE COMFORTABLY OFF IN RETIREMENT? VICKY SHAW GETS SOME EXPERT ADVICE TO HELP GIVE YOU AN IDEA. 807
PS40,000 heroin dealer ordered to pay back PS1. PHILIP DEWEY Reporter philip.dewey@walesonline.co.uk 515
Rats are running amok in my town. 256
Reputations hard earned, easily trashed. 304
Road schemes sacrificed as the costly dualling of A465 continues; Are long-awaited road schemes in places like Llandeilo being sacrificed to compensate for the high financial and carbon cost of the new A465 Heads of the Valleys dualling contract? Transport journalist Rhodri Clark considers the background to the Welsh Government's roads review. 810
SATURDAY; 26 June 2021. 281
SIMON THOMAS; Simon Thomas is rugby correspondent for the Western Mail and our website WalesOnline, with a wealth of experience gained since he started at the company in 1989. He is also chairman of the Welsh Rugby Writers' Association. 826
soap watch; The latest on Corrie, EastEnders, Pobol and your favourite soaps... 650
Speed limit to be cut on link road to cut pollution. ALEX SEABROOK Local democracy reporter alex.seabrook@reachplc.com 328
Spotlight on Danes' progress into the last 16. 422
Stream man was killed 'unlawfully'. LYDIA STEPHENS Reporter lydia.stephens@walesonline.co.uk 647
Sun's out ...time to enjoy some posh pink. STRAIGHT OFF THE VINE Neil Cammies 891
SUNDAY; 27 June 2021. 266
Survey reveals focus for recovery needs to be on workers' skills. DYLAN JONES-EVANS 805
The art of the possible; Streamed live from the Riverfront in Newport, National Theatre Wales' new production, Possible, explores themes of love, resilience and connection... 573
The former Royal Marine Commando making his fortune from high-wire thrills. CHRIS PYKE Business correspondent chris.pyke@walesonline.co.uk 1690
The life of the Welsh castle made famous by Ant & Dec; To millions of TV viewers, Gwrych Castle found fame as last year's setting for I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! but its fascinating past includes extraordinary tales of jousting scooterists who stole suits of armour and hung from the chandeliers. Anna Lewis reports... 1777
The real parklife. 633
The story of Lisa Power - the matriarch of LGBT+ activism; Lisa Power is an activist and campaigner who has changed countless lives and counts Russell T Davies and Ian McKellen as friends. Joseph Ali reports... 1776
THEY SAID WHAT? 237
THURSDAY. 263
Time for action to fix city's clocks. 200
Topping the bill in Welsh city centres; Arts organisations in Swansea, Cardiff and Abergavenny are taking place in a nationwide art event running until July 18... 336
Tour know-how can give me a real edge over rivals - Thomas. IAN PARKES Press Association sport@walesonline.co.uk 691
Town's 50-year bypass dream fades as all new roads put on ice; Windows vibrate and crack, people get knocked by wing mirrors and some people fear they have been left with lifelong conditions as a result of pollution in the narrow streets of colourful Llandeilo. Caitlin Arlow reports. Caitlin Arlow 1601
TUESDAY; 29 June 2021. 288
Tynnu coes pawb a phopeth. 423
Vaccine must give us all optimism. 366
Wales recruit foreign fans for crunch Euro tie. ADAM HALE newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 562
Wales v Denmark.... the talking points in Amsterdam. PHIL BLANCHE PA Football Writer sport@walesonline.co.uk 557
Walking Wales with Derek; TV's Derek Brockway's new Weatherman Walking book is the perfect companion to the television series, writes Jenny White... 848
We're always underdogs... it's fine by us, declares Bale. PHIL BLANCHE Press Association sport@walesonline.co.uk 468
WEDNESDAY. 251
Welcome to your fantastic Weekend magazine. Tryst Williams 196
What sort of city do we want to leave our children? AND ONE MORE THING... SARA ROBINSON 1034
Y SILFF LYFRAU. 429
YVONNE JONES STYLE FILE. 1411

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