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15 min ago | IcNetwork
The film tells the inspirational story of the unlikely link up between London based gay and lesbians and miners from the Dulais Valley An inspirational film which depicts the relationship between a Welsh mining community and gay activists is set to hit the big screen.
4 hrs ago | Ledbury Reporter
A HEARTBREAKING account of the horror of war has been unearthed by the relatives of a Herefordshire soldier killed in the bloodiest conflict of all.
8 hrs ago | IcNetwork
Wales had 257.5mm of rainfall through August and overall it was the 18th wettest August for the UK since records began.
14 hrs ago | IcNetwork
Ever fancied buying a house in one of the post codes named Wales' most desirable? Have a gander at what's on offer... The tiny crossroads village in Anglesey came top of a poll commissioned by the Royal Mail who bid to find out the most desirable postcodes in England, Scotland and Wales.
A MURDER probe into the death of a man at Hereford County Hospital has ended, with Powys police closing its investigation.
No more bookings for rat, mice or cockroach infestations as Powys County Council cuts services to save A 45,000 People with infestations of rats, mice, wasps hornets and cockroaches in their homes will no longer be able to get help from their council to remove them in Powys.
A race equality organisation in Wales has warned that ethnic minorities are increasingly falling victim to "targeted racism" and harassment in a backlash to escalating tensions abroad - with many now being targeted on social media.
Opening of Herefordshire's first community outdoor gym by Herefordshire Housing near the Yazor Brook.from left, Amy Francis, Emmily Simcock and Ben Francis with some of the new equipment.
Pictured are members of the volunteer committee; Alan Randell, Maureen Beers, Carole Fryer, Wendy George and Mick Fryer, together with Maria Parker, Cancer Research UK local fundraising manager.
Sarah Freeman the new musical director of Knighton Town Silver band when she played the last post at a ceremony in Llangunllo recently.
The event attracted more than 150 competitors from as far afield as France, Germany, the USA, Canada, Hong Kong, Australia and New Zealand.
From left: Store manager Ben Sullivan, John Challis, managing director Jonathan Stoker, Jean Stoker, and commercial director Chris Leech.
AS Victoria Stockman was rushed into A&E with burns which would ultimately claim her life last May, her auntie Jane Young was fighting a heart attack on the same ward, by her side.
Brynteg named nation's most sought-after by Royal Mail, fighting off competition from Llantwit Major in the Vale of Glamorgan It might only boast a pub, petrol station and chapel, surrounded by a modest scattering of houses but Brynteg can lay claim to the title of Wales' most desirable postcode.
Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 07:16 pm
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