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Money donated in the memory of the acclaimed Welsh poet will be donated to the campaign towards a independent Scotland Poet Gerallt Lloyd Owen, still from the S4C documentary Gerallt which won top award at the 2014 Celtic Media Festival Financial contributions made in memory of one of the most acclaimed Welsh poets of all time will be donated to ... (more)
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They are traditionally places people go to borrow books, but public libraries also play a crucial role in community life, a Welsh assembly inquiry heard.
Members of the Royal Signals White Helmets Motorcycle Display team entertained visitors with stunts as did the Kings Troop, RHA who conducted a six gun salute.
A teenager stole A 10,500 from his 86-year-old next-door neighbour to fund his gambling addiction, a court heard today.
Prime Minister David Cameron speaks with Traffic Police Inspector Rob Gwynne-Thomas overlooking the M4 outside Cardiff.
As we approach rush hour the Daily Post will be providing updates on the latest situation on North Wales's travel network.
Planners are to discuss building a new A 12.5m special school with its own bio-mass energy centre, solar panels, a green sedum or living roof and water recycling facilities.
Nine young farmers from across Wales have financially benefited from this year's Gareth Raw Rees Memorial Travel Scholarship.
The prints of David Grittihs' artwork will re-launch the summer exhibition at Albany Gallery in Cardiff, as Jenny White reports Roughly six decades ago the young David Griffiths listened to the first BBC broadcast of Dylan Thomas' famous play for voices, Under Milk Wood, and was riveted.
A member of the public has been credited with saving the life of a little girl who got into serious trouble during a seaside visit The Italian wants to stay and battle for Anfield place and heads to USA with the Reds while A 8m move for Loic Remy to be completed this week Plans confirmed to start work on a new cheese production facility that ... (more)
Chloe Walters, from Hawarden, and Adam Pierce, from Penygroes - both graduating from the School of Social Sciences - were nominated for the University's prestigious Dr John Robert Jones prize, awarded to the highest achieving graduands each year.
See a video of the route of one of Europe's toughest races where organisers are hoping for a record-breaking winning time Mountain runners will be hoping for good weather as organisers make final preparations for one of Europe's toughest races.
South Caernarfon Creameries is investing A 8.5M in a new cheese production facility at its site in Chwilog, north Wales.
Tributes are being paid this morning to the former head warden of the Snowdonia National Park who died in a mountaineering tragedy.
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 07:10 am
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