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A grieving mother broke down in a flood of tears as a jury convicted her former boyfriend of killing her six-week-old son.
A POLL of more than 600 residents in Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan has revealed strong opposition to Welsh Government plans for a merger of the two local authorities.
THE Vale Council has announced a multi-million pound scheme to bring Barry Waterfront's grade II Listed Hydraulic Pumphouse back into use.
The joys of fishing have so far escaped me, although I am at that reflective time of life when I'm beginning to realise that the real meaning of fishing has little to do with catching fish.
'A lot of people think the South Wales Programme will take away this A&E department - but it's not going anywhere' Cwm Taf UHB chairman Dr Chris Jones has high hopes for future at hospital as part of South Wales Programme If nothing changed at The Royal Glamorgan Hospital over the next few years, consultants would be lost, students would not train ... (more)
Joanna Michael, from St Mellons, was stabbed to death - she made two desperate calls to the emergency service before being murdered The family of a young mum who was stabbed to death after police failed to respond to her 999 calls for help have launched a negligence claim against the officers involved.
Three nurses charged with the ill treatment or wilful neglect of patients at the Princess of Wales Hospital in Bridgend have appeared in court.
PENARTH and Cardiff Rock choir gave a blistering performance on Saturday, July 26, at Barry Island Music Festival on a scorching hot day with an appreciative crowd.
Cardiff Business Council, the Welsh Assembly Government and Cardiff Council must work together to attract sizeable tenants for buildings now being constructed, according to associate director with DTZ Chris Terry The Cardiff city centre office market is showing clear signs of improvement after a number of years of limited development and letting ... (more)
Rebecca Aylward's head was smashed in with a rock by a teenager killer who did it for a free breakfast A heartbroken mother has revealed her teenage daughter's last words before she was brutally beaten to death for a bet - 'Bye mam, I love you'.
Chants of "Free, free Palestine" echoed through the streets of Cardiff from 2.30pm as men, women and children filed through the busy city centre.
A few months ago you could foresee a healthy hatful of Commonwealth gold medals being won in Glasgow by Welsh world champions and proven Olympic medallists - real international sports stars like Non Stanford, Helen Jenkins, Fred Evans, Dai Greene and Becky James.
Knocked down by a drink-driver and told he may never go to school... now this 22-year-old is celebrating his first job When he was five, Rhys Nute was hit by a drunk driver and left in a coma, but now, his hard work has paid off and he is achieving his ambitions Getting your first job can be a struggle for anyone, but Rhys Nute has worked harder ... (more)
The return of the beach at Roald Dahl Plass has been eagerly awaited by many in Cardiff, after 250,000 visited the temporary beach last year.
Temperatures reached between 23A AsC and 26A AsC today with the Met Office predicting the mercury rising to 27A AsC Beaches, country parks and other open air locations across Wales were packed today as temperatures hit between 23A AsC and 26A AsC and weather forecasters say more warm weather is on the way.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 06:39 am
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