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New transport hub could shift to OTHER side of the train station by 2018 - or dated Marland House could make way for new facility A wide-ranging public consultation exercise will start shortly giving two options for a new integrated transport hub in the centre of Cardiff - needed as a replacement for the bus station which will close next summer ... (more)
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Residents of one of the most upmarket districts of Cardiff fear it will be dwarfed by a massive new housing development being considered next week.
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The WRU have responded to an explosive statement by RRW that appears to leave Welsh professional rugby with an uncertain future It's the scariest date in any parent's diary - the first day of the holidays.
16 hrs ago | Aberdare Online
The Central South Consortium is delighted to announce that Hannah Woodhouse has been appointed as their new permanent Managing Director.
These vibrant flowers are the work of Nerys Johnson who's just opened a solo show at Martin Tinney Gallery in St Andrews Crescent, Cardiff.
Pensioner Jim Sedgmond, 77, walked the streets of Fairwater collecting names by hand because he doesn't have a computer to join an online petition set up by Fairwater councillor Neil McEvoy.
LAST week, legislation from the Welsh Government aimed at confronting domestic abuse, sexual and gender- based violence was introduced to the National Assembly.
Cardiff Dogs Home is full to capacity during an 'extra busy' summer period - and has a large number of dogs that need rehoming.
STUDENTS at Coleg Gwent took inspiration from modern icons and fashion trends to snip their way to victory in a national competition.
Public sector workers in schools, courts, job centres and council services have taken action in the one-day strike over pay, pensions and working conditions.
A squad of Royal Marines engaged upon a mock fortress assault and hostage rescue at the British Warships Association Charity Garden Party A SQUAD of Royal Marines led a mock fortress assault and hostage rescue - and got the British Warships Association Charity garden party under way.
A BARRY man has gone on trial for the attempted murder of a woman who was pulled out of a Cardiff river.
The fete opened with the traditional march past of the Rainbows, Beavers, Brownies, Cubs, Guides, Scouts, Rangers and Explorers, led by the only scout band in Wales - the 1st Rogerstone Scout Band.
Workers from the Fire Brigades Union, the National Union of Teachers Cymru, the PCS and the GMB, Unite and Unison will all join the strike Former Swansea boss Brendan Rodgers could take advantage of Spurs' hesitation in the race to sign Wales full-back Ben Davies This year's festival promises to be the best yet with a stunning array of shows on ... (more)
Michelle McKenna, a third year photography student at Bridgend College, was chosen from tens of other students to have a week-long solo exhibition at Bridgend Town Council 's offices to mark Armed Forces Day A photography student has enjoyed her first solo exhibition during one of the borough's most high-profile commemorative events.
The Vale of Glamorgan Council is currently consulting on proposals to change waiting restrictions for the five parking spaces outside the Beachcliff development, which is above the newly opened and hugely popular James Sommerin Restaurant.
But that peace was shattered by a builders' pneumatic drill leaving the mum-of-three's memorial garden covered in dust and rubble.
Updated: Fri Jul 11, 2014 10:23 pm
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