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7 hrs ago | South Wales Argus
The Welsh Affairs Committee, which Mr Davies chairs, will examine the workings of the NHS for patients who rely on healthcare facilities on the other side of the border.
11 hrs ago | South Wales Argus
FIGURES released yesterday show that over half of the category A emergency calls in Wales fail to meet the Assembly Government's response time target of eight minutes.
14 hrs ago | South Wales Argus
A DECISION by top Monmouthshire councillors to approve multi-million-pound grants to rebuild two of the county's four high schools will be discussed by all members tomorrow.
18 hrs ago | South Wales Argus
A SENIOR Torfaen council officer who was cleared of fraud earlier this year has made a complaint about Gwent Police chief constable Jeff Farrar and said he is "looking for justice".
Robert Andrew Phillips, who was employed by the Aneurin Bevan Health Board, will have to wait until November to find out if he will be struck off A professional conduct committee has found that a nurse from South Wales repeatedly "groped" his colleague, sent her inappropriate text messages, and called her derogatory names.
The set will feature 30 stamps, with six being produced each year out of respect to more than 16 million people across the globe who lost their lives and the millions more who were affected by the landmark conflict.
Welsh environmental charity, Keep Wales Tidy , today announced the results of the Green Flag Awards for parks and green spaces in Wales, with no less than 20 selected from across the area.
A WISE former councillor once gave me an interesting piece of advice when visiting a local fete: never get given the job of judging a competition in your constituency.
SOPHIE BROWNSON takes a look at where to find some of the best ramps and half-pipes for skateboarders, BMX riders and those riding scooters.
NEWPORT councillors will urge university chiefs to keep courses in the city and surrounding areas, including the campus in Caerleon, at a meeting on Tuesday.
TEEN pregnancies in Wales are at its lowest rate since 1998 according to new data released by the office of National Statistics, with significant decreases in each of the Gwent counties in the same time.
THE swimming pool in Monmouth will be moved as the council has agreed to build the new A 36 million Monmouth Comprehensive School on the pool's current site.
AFTER last month's National Championships, Monmouthshire welcomes back Britain's best cyclists for the grand finale of British Cycling's Elite Circuit Series.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 04:13 pm
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