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The IWA Inspire Wales Launch 2014 at City Hall in Cathays Park, Cardiff
The Welsh centre denies Wales are a predictable outfit and says it is up to the players to improve their standards David Russ says Newport has a great deal to look forward to - and here are 12 reasons why the city can play a huge role in Wales' economy The Western Mail is once again joining forces with the Institute of Welsh Affairs to highlight ... (more)
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Tue Mar 11, 2014
South Wales Echo letters: Tuesday, March 11, 2014
The recent death of a foster carer I worked with when employed as a child care officer in the former Glamorgan County Council's Children's Department in the later 1960s and early 1970s, reminded me, if I needed reminding, of the valuable work that she and others carried out on behalf of the community.
UK Treasury rejects calls for Welsh voice on the interest rate-setting Monetary Policy Committee
Welsh MPs raise job losses in Wales' energy-intensive and banking sectors with the UK Government's Treasury team, as well as concerns about the price of a pint.
Cadets raise more than 12,000 in Poppy Appeal
PRESENTATION: Cadets from Cardiff and across the Vale of Glamorgan were presented with awards in recognition of their Poppy Appeal fundraising CADETS that helped raise more than A 12,000 during last year's Poppy Appeal were rewarded for their efforts during a presentation night last week.
BBC is grotesquely over-managed,' says its own presenter John Humphrys.
Robert Bell, of Rhoose, was arrested after his Audi A3 veered off the road and flipped on its roof outside Rhws Junior School in the Vale of Glamorgan Delme Parfitt and Simon Thomas were at Twickenham to watch Wales lose their title.
Powers sought to rid streets of 'unsightly' to Let and Let by boards
The council said this would focus on the Cathays and Plasnewydd parts of the city which it said are most significantly affected.
Cardiff's first indoor skate park set to open this spring
CARDIFF'S first indoor skate park is set to open its doors this spring after gaining support from various public, private and charitable sector backers.
Video: Wingwalker performs acrobatics high above Cardiff as RAF...
Video: Wingwalker performs acrobatics high above Cardiff as RAF squadron is resurrected in the city after a gap of 57 years It carried out enemy attacks in North Africa and laid smoke screens in World War II... and after half a century, an RAF squadron is being resurrected - watch our video Honorary Air Commodore Vic Norman of 614 Squadron Cardiff ... (more)
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Rotary meets Ty Hafan
UNIQUE CHARITY: Dinas Powis Rotary Club President, Tony Stephens, hands over a cheque to Lynda Francis for Ty Hafan.
Politicians agree to disagree with merger proposal
MERGER DISCUSSED: The meeting of a full Vale of Glamorgan Council was held in Barry's civic offices last Wednesday, March 5 A VALE councillor told fellow councillors he was voting against Vale-Cardiff merger proposals because he despised politicians and was wary Assembly member numbers could increase.
South Wales Argus
Thousands given in Newport teacher's name
A CHARITY fundraiser held in memory of a Newport teacher and rugby player who died aged just 29 was a big success, raising thousands for cancer care.
Cardiff 'as Irish as it is Welsh', claims historian's new book
Author Nick Shepley celebrates the Welsh capital's Irish history in a new book focusing on its development in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Falling passenger numbers at Newport's 'space-age'...
Passenger numbers are declining at a station where Network Rail and the Welsh Government recently spent A 22m on a rebuild, including a space-age bridge and two new station entrances.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Inside the A 3m home of Wales' most famous financier
From its classic architecture to its lavish five-acre grounds, Ty Gwyn is definitely a dream home - and, with a price tag of A 3m, for most of us it'll stay that way.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Adorable puppy found trapped by its neck after callous burglars' A 20,000 jewellery raid
Three-month-old puppy Josy was found pushed up against a wall with a coffee table pressed up against her neck A helpless puppy was found trapped by its neck after burglars stole A 20,000 worth of jewellery from a family home.
POLICE and Crime Commissioner Alun Michael has announced a new leadership team
New appointments to his leadership team have been announced by the PCC for South Wales, Alun Michael, the former Penarth and Cardiff South MP, following the retirement of assistant commissioner Dave Francis and the impending maternity leave of deputy commissioner Sophie Howe.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
South Wales Argus
Ebbw Vale teachera s death crash 'accidental' - inquest
A MOTORIST told an inquest how a Gwent teacher appeared to be struggling to control her car seconds before it careered off a dual carriageway and came to rest on its roof after hitting a concrete culvert wall.
Labour could roll-out Jobs Growth Wales UK-wide - as it seeks to...
The UK Labour party could look to roll out a flagship Welsh Government policy for its general election manifesto - as it seeks to hit back against a flood of criticism of the Welsh Government's performance.
One-man crime wave locked up for 22 months
Jonathan Edwards said he found it 'difficult to understand how someone who does not consider themselves to be Welsh can be captain of the national rugby side' Cuthbert, who went to a Gloucestershire college with England's Jonny May, has had some good moments against Stuart Lancaster's team Bobbies on bikes ended a one-man crime-wave after a dozen ... (more)