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2 hrs ago | IcNetwork
Langfords, the Real Welsh Sausage Company, in Welshpool, Powys is one of several businesses which have made the move to the .cymru domain name Clark's and Y Lolfa - both famous SME brands with a history going back many years are to be among the first companies to adopt the new .wales and .cymru domain names.
6 hrs ago | IcNetwork
Preseli Pembrokeshire MP Mr Crabb hinted he will take less hostile view of further devolution - and backed a Welsh bid for Commonwealth Games New Welsh Secretary Stephen Crabb has signalled the Wales Office is poised to change its attitude to devolution - saying the UK Government's second loss in the Supreme Court over Welsh laws "gave food for ... (more)
10 hrs ago | IcNetwork
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a cat and her kitten were found abandoned in a cardboard box in Ely.
14 hrs ago | Aberdare Online
An entrepreneurial young film maker is among those playing a starring role in getting other would-be entrepreneurs to embrace enterprise and become the South Wales Valleys' small business 'A-listers' of tomorrow.
18 hrs ago | IcNetwork
The Cardiff 10k is in its 29th Year and is seen as one of the UK's finest races with over A 100,000 raised for various charities who take part.
Under the plans from Persimmon Homes, a new community of up to 1,020 homes could be built on land adjacent to Old St Mellons in Cardiff Councillor Dianne Rees, stands amongst the fields marked as potential sites for local development planning along Ruperra Close and Bridge road, Old St Mellons, Cardiff Controversial plans for as many as 1,000 homes ... (more)
Andy Williams, from Splott, has accused Cardiff council of spending money to keep the city centre clean but ignoring the suburbs.
The service, operated by First Cymru until August, 16, has faced political and public scrutiny since it began operating in August last year with passenger numbers perceived as low for the frequently operated buses.
Did he kill his girlfriend's baby out of JEALOUSY? Man who killed his lover's six-week old son after texting her 'you can trust me' may have lost his temper because she wouldn't have a baby with HIM, says judge as he jails him for nine years A mechanic who beat his lover's newborn baby to death may have been jealous because she wouldn't have a baby ... (more)
Police, the fire service and Western Power all attended the incident on South Road that was first reported at around 9am this morning.
Woman who blew her A 200,000 inheritance on caring for horses loses her appeal against her conviction for animal cruelty Lisa Vaughan was ordered to pay out A 5,500 despite being told she had spent all of her inheritance.
As the owners of Pembrokeshire's Hobbit house are refused planning permission, we pick some blots on the landscape that were given a green light After a battle for retrospective planning permission as long and drawn-out as Frodo's journey to the top of Mount Doom, the owners of Pembrokeshire's so-called 'Hobbit house' have finally been told they've ... (more)
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.
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.
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.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 11:20 pm
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