10 hrs ago
Flat Holm Society appeal for help
THE Flat Holm Society is appealing for help to take over full running of the local landmark.
14 hrs ago
United Kingdom: EFL/EAP Teacher
Do research the year-round climate for the part of the country you will be living and working in.
22 hrs ago
Calls for cash for greener buses as figures show Wales trailing...
Lack of grants in Wales blamed for nation's eco-bus shortage, while 434 are on the roads over the border The Welsh Government has been urged to fund greener buses as towns and cities struggle to cut air pollution, amid suggestions Wales is lagging behind England and Scotland on the issue.
Sun May 19, 2013
It's the weekend: 10 Things to do with your family this weekend in Wales
Looking for things to do for you and your family this weekend? We've compiled a list of ten family friendly events and activities in Wales on Saturday and Sunday When the weekend arrives, and the kids need entertaining, you need some expert help with finding things to do for you and your family in Wales.
Cardiff council debates 50m sell off of properties across the Welsh capital
The opportunity to cash in on freehold ownership of key properties across Cardiff is being weighed up by the city council - against fears the sale could hit future generations.
Sat May 18, 2013
The Doctor Who Experience in Cardiff Bay really is out of this world
Doctor Who has just warned us that the Tardis is about to crash land and that the last time this happened something in the space-time continuum caused all the bald men on board to turn into chickens.
A major report tells the Vale's main towns to build on their heritage
Consultants employed to help Penarth, Barry, Cowbridge and Llantwit Major develop as the century progresses recommends they build on their heritage and links to Cardiff.
Fri May 17, 2013
How Wales has scored at Eurovision
The UK has been holding out for a Eurovision hero for a long time and this year hopes rest on Wales' Bonnie Tyler with her song Believe in Me.
Thu May 16, 2013
Nigel Roberts explains his vision for a city region with enhanced...
What is now the city region frontier could become an international business park with a long-stay car park for Cardiff airport, Nigel Roberts tells Robert Llewellyn Jones Like President Kennedy, the managing director of Paramount Office Interiors believes in a new frontier concept.
The burglar tackled until his trousers fell down: Judge praises victim's bravery
A burglar has been jailed after he was forced to flee trouserless when Christopher Newbury clung onto the criminal, his trousers and his DNA A have-a-go hero has been praised for his bravery after he tackled - and helped catch - a burglar who fled with his trousers down.
The award-winning Cardiff filmmaker and the tragedy of the cult paper mache funnyman
Frank Sidebottom biopic, telling of the man behind the papier mache mask, in the pipeline for Welsh Bafta-winning filmmaker Steve Sullivan But, while Frank Sidebottom may have earned himself a place in the hearts and funny bones of his legion of fans, the identity of the man behind the mask was kept a closely guarded secret for decades.
Teenager pleads guilty to murder of Aberaman man in his own home
A teenager who stabbed a 45-year-old man and left him for dead has pleaded guilty to his murder.
Wed May 15, 2013
Troubled Llanrumney High School to be forced to close ahead of schedule
The closure of Llanrumney High School in Cardiff will be fast-tracked using ministerial powers never seen before in Wales.
Caffeinated energy drinks warning
Labour AM Jenny Rathbone claimed they were aimed at young people in "name, labelling and promotion" and caused problems including hyperactivity.
Cycle path protesters in court
The group opposes the plans for a disused railway track in Penarth, Vale of Glamorgan, and wants to register it as a designated village green.
Offensive blog postings prompt sacking calls for Green Party's Welsh deputy
The deputy leader of the Wales Green Party is facing calls for his sacking following a series of "deeply offensive" blog postings.
Tue May 14, 2013
New home registrations in Wales up by 20% on 2012 in first quarter
A forensic scientist today told jurors in the trial of Mark Bridger that there was not a trace of 'physical evidence' on his Land Rover or April's bike to back up his claim of a collision The Bluebirds have announced they will take a long-term lease on land at Hensol next to the club's current base at the Vale of Glamorgan Resort The actress, who ... (more)
South Wales Argus
Newport city centre scheme 'could start this year' - council leader
WORK on Friar's Walk could start this year, the leader of Newport council said yesterday in response to claims that the future of the city centre shouldn't rest on a shopping centre.
Lynda Sullivan thanks adult learning for helping her overcome agoraphobia and panic attacks
Swansea City star Michu says he is happy at the South wales club despite speculation he will be targeted by big clubs this summer Swansea City star Michu says he is happy at the South wales club despite speculation he will be targeted by big clubs this summer Ireland outside-half Jonny Sexton is favourite to wear the No.10 jersey for Warren ... (more)
Mon May 13, 2013
Cardiff businessman faces prison for part in A 7m money laundering operation
Gareth Child was found guilty of being part of a multi-million pound laundering operation which involved sending vast sums of cash to banks abroad A businessman faces a lengthy prison sentence after been found guilty of being part of a A 7m money laundering operation.