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Articles from Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales) (October 2, 2021)

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'Being a pitchside reporter was a little bit like being an amateur psychologist' As his 14-year stint as a TV pitchside reporter comes to an end, Phil Steele chats to rugby correspondent Simon Thomas about his Scrum V exit, the hot-tub interview BBC bosses didn't like and the friends who helped him through tragedy... 3238
'Infection control measures too vague'. 393
'Lack of carers due to poor wages a national shame'. GARETH WILLIAMS Local democracy reporter newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 632
'Life-saving mastectomy put off due to lack of staff'. MARK SMITH Health correspondent mark.smith@walesonline.co.uk 878
'So stressful getting my Alun Wyn fit for the Lions tour'. JON DOEL Rugby reporter jon.doel@walesonline.co.uk 555
'There aren't many sports where you can knock seven bells out of each other and have a pint afterwards' One of the heroes of Welsh rugby from the halcyon days of the 1970s, Steve Fenwick has plenty of stories to tell. Here he tells rugby correspondent Simon Thomas about growing up in Wales, the All Blacks scandal that disgusted him and the Wales player who was really the greatest... 2842
80 years of memories; Mike Jones, the renowned chronicler of life in the south Wales Valleys, turns 80 this year - and to celebrate he's holding four exhibitions, writes Jenny White... Jenny White 1348
A few simple steps should safeguard your festivities; YOUR CONSUMER RIGHTS CHAMPION. MARTYN JAMES 657
A journey of terror and hope; The Boy With Two Hearts, currently running at Wales Millennium Centre, is a powerful tale for our time, writes Jenny White... Jenny White 963
Allergens food safety law is a big moment, says mum. JOHN JONES Reporter john.jones@walesonline.co.uk 771
C'MON REF. Nigel Owens 917
Car-share club to launch in city. 209
Cardiff boosted by return of try ace Josh for derby trip to Ospreys. MARK ORDERS Rugby correspondent mark.orders@walesonline.co.uk 669
Carer who stole PS226k is found guilty of fraud. 227
Cocaine trio locked up as dealer found with 'handguns' in his car. JASON EVANS Reporter jason.evans@walesonline.co.uk 491
Comfort dishes for colder days. Recipe 1688
Costelow pulls strings to steer Scarlets to victory. BEN JAMES Rugby writer ben.james@walesonline.co.uk 422
Dau'n gwireddu breuddwyd. 395
Deaths. 1558
Defendant tries to arrest judge. NINO WILLIAMS Reporter nino.williams@walesonline.co.uk 359
Digital skills essential to drive Wales' economy. DYLAN JONES-EVANS 884
End of the road for Flynn with County. ROB COLE Sports writer sport@walesonline.co.uk 633
Five more deaths and 3,009 new cases found. 391
Former Wales ace Roberts sticks boot into duo. 521
FRIDAY; 8 October 2021. 304
GAIR I GALL Lefi Gruffudd. 601
Government seeks new protesters injunction. NEIL LANCEFIELD newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 486
Grass-roots action to stop this wind farm. 154
Greek PM visits new camp for asylum seekers. 311
Hate in the Swinging Sixties; BBC's latest Sunday night drama is the captivating Ridley Road, which is inspired by true events. Georgia Humphreys meets some of its stellar cast... Georgia Humphreys 874
JOBS TO DO THIS WEEK. 175
Judge questions wisdom of BBC TV experiment. 289
KATIE SANDS; Katie Sands is a Merthyr-born awardwinning journalist turned sports writer who is proud to call Wales her home. 919
Kelly'n wynebu dewis anodd. 406
Late bloomers; AUTUMN IS THE PERFECT TIME TO PLANT PERENNIALS AND ADD A LITTLE COLOUR TO YOUR BORDERS. DIARMUID GAVIN Gardening Expert 649
Legal Briefing. 379
Let the rains begin; FOOD & DRINK STRAIGHT OFF THE VINE. Neil Cammies 976
Mel's tried his best, - Holloway. 257
Mick accepts it's time for him to ring the changes after shocking run; ... but Bluebirds boss insists he still has full support of the City board. GLEN WILLIAMS Football Writer glen.williams@walesonline.co.uk 882
MONDAY. 286
MORNING SERIAL; Lockdown Wales by Will Hayward. 345
Nevermind at 30: Why the baby lawsuit is a warning for 'sharents' Nirvana's era-defining album is celebrating its 30th anniversary. But a bizarre lawsuit brought by the cover star is a warning to parents in an age where social media is king, writes expert Alexandros Antoniou... AND ONE MORE THING... 858
New route from Cardiff to Paris. SION BARRY Business editor sion.barry@walesonline.co.uk 529
NEW YORK STYLE. 1107
Nine dead after fire breaks out in Romanian hospital. STEPHEN MCGRATH newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 295
Nomads aiming to Bridge gap at Meadow. 442
ON BOARD. 265
ON THIS DAY. 237
Paine's plain... 215
Pentre Awel contractor chosen. IAN LEWIS Reporter ian.lewis@walesonline.co.uk 513
Phillips will pull on boots once more. 408
Pill 'cut hospital stays and deaths by half'. 210
Planetarium plan for former colliery site. 158
Players can talk the talk, says Klopp. 455
Police criticised for 'laughable' safety advice in wake of murder. FLORA THOMPSON AND CATHERINE WYLIE Press Association reporters newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 1024
Protect yourself against inflation; MATT ROPER looks at 10 simple ways you could stave off the big financial squeeze. MATT ROPER 1075
Pub chain suffers huge loss thanks to lockdown. SION BARRY Business editor sion.barry@walesonline.co.uk 521
Rams v Swans: here's your big match guide. IAN MITCHELMORE Football Reporter ian.mitchelmore@walesonline.co.uk 622
Romance and mystery in an enchanting Welsh house; The latest book by Llandeilobased writer Kate Glanville is impossible to put down, writes Jenny White... AUTHOR'S NOTES. Kate Glanville 1502
Royals ace Swift reveals his secrets. 469
SATURDAY. 264
School Covid cases hit 10,500 this term; 'We are not seeing hospital admissions or severe disease in this age group'. ABBIE WIGHTWICK AND MARK SMITH newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 1157
Schools should be getting more help. 416
soap watch; The latest on Corrie, EastEnders, Pobol and your favourite soaps... 667
Still grieving for dad who went to war and never came home; Katie Gibby's father was killed during the bombing of the Sir Galahad almost 40 years ago - now she is desperate to visit the place where he died to get closure. Abbie Wightwick reports. 1067
SUNDAY. 277
SUP-ER FUN. 467
Swimming is at heart of teen's life. ALICE SUFFIELD Reporter alice.suffield@walesonline.co.uk 517
Tackling violence against women 'should be a priority'. 316
Teach the fight for the language in schools. 210
The artist collective in the running for the Turner Prize; Artists' collective Gentle/ Radical is in the running for the Turner Prize - and its competing exhibition is on show now in Coventry... 648
The hardman at the sharp end of rugby. 3790
therapeutic negativity hurts ethnic minorities. 199
THEY SAID WHAT? 252
THURSDAY; 7 October 2021. 304
Trysorau sy'n adrodd hanes. 655
TUESDAY; 5 October 2021. 251
US white supremacist given life sentence for synagogue attack. 272
Wales must give warm welcome to refugees. 356
WEDNESDAY; 6 October 2021. 283
Welcome to your fantastic Weekend magazine. 184
Welsh drink more 'due to virus, Brexit and climate'. BRONWEN WEATHERBY Press Association reporter newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk 418
Which? calls for new online scam laws. 161
Woman who broke mould a perfect choice to be our first female statue. CAROLYN HITT AWARD-WINNING COLUMNIST 1848
YOU ROCK, QUROC. 298
You've got to hand it to Roo, says Swans boss. IAN MITCHELMORE Football Reporter ian.mitchelmore@walesonline.co.uk 522
Young's still at heart as Tozer takes on Reds club skipper role. 452
Zip World has 'overhauled and invested' in its Halloween Ffear Fforest attraction and it's not for the faint-hearted; ADVERTISING FEATURE The annual Zip World HALLOWEEN ATTRACTION is back and promises more INTERACTIVE fun Than ever alongside Thrilling rides and. 819

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