Cardiff County, Wales Newswire

Cardiff County, Wales Newswire

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  1. The ordinary Welsh people making thousands (and more) from BitcoinRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    Tucked away in a Cardiff street known for its quirkiness and independence is what looks like a typical cash machine. But when you read the sign above, which says "Elite Bitcoin", you realise it's something a bit different.

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  2. There's a Christmas pop video featuring Ninjah and it's one ...Read the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    They brought the traffic around Splott to a standstill when the pop video they shot on Cardiff's Magic Roundabout resulted in the police being called. They then followed that up by causing a commotion on Clifton Street whilst shooting the bonkers promo for their next single, Cheap Baccy .

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  3. Christmas trees at Clearwell Farm, Michaelston. www.christinsleyphotography.co.ukRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | South Wales Argus

    That was the caption I saw on hundreds of people's Instagram profiles followed by a picture of them stood choosing their real Christmas trees in a field surrounded by others. It made me wonder why real Christmas trees seem to be becoming more popular in families, and where people can go to get them.

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  4. End of an era for baking shopRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Hereford Times

    FOR decades one traditional Hereford shop has helped put the sparkle into Christmas, but a changing emphasis on shopping in the city seems to have taken a toll on its business. Despite a national fascination for TV programmes such as the Great British Bake Off, Confectionery Supplies, Eign Road, an important port of call for large numbers of customers looking for specialist cake decorations, will close its doors for the last time in more than 35 years on Saturday, December 23. It will be a sad day for Keith Clements when he draws the blinds on an enterprise selling cake-making equipment which at one time had grown into a mini-empire.

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  5. Options set out for Senedd expansionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 13 | Penarth Times

    PROPOSALS to increase the number of Welsh Assembly Members could see the Vale of Glamorgan constituency paired with Bridgend, in one of two potential adaptations under consideration. An independent report released on Tuesday, December 12, recommended reforming both the number of AMs in the Senedd as well as the format in which they represent their constituents.

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  6. Business hit by massive fire loses thousands worth of stock in second burglary in two yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | IcNetwork

    The business was forced to move from its original base at Blooms Garden Centre in Cardiff when it was gutted by fire in 2013 Cardiff Mower Services Ltd , based at the Dutch Garden Centre in Pontprennau , is run by married couple Chris and Catherine Dart.

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  7. What it's like in a train station when you're drunkRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | IcNetwork

    Your depth perception is thrown completely out and it is almost impossible to make out anything in your peripheral vision With Christmas less than two weeks away Welsh city centres will be full of work parties and people enjoying the festivities . Between 24 November 2016 and 2 January 2017, the number of violent offences reported at railway stations across England, Scotland and Wales increased by 14% compared with the same period in 2015/16.

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  8. A PhD student has lost her thesis after thieves took her laptop and hard drivesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | IcNetwork

    A woman has issued a desperate appeal for help after thieves stole a laptop and hard drives containing her PhD thesis. Postgraduate photography student Jacqui Knight has been left devastated after criminals made off with four years of academic work when they broke into into her car in Llandaff , Cardiff.

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  9. Mosque teacher who sexually assaulted children who he taught in Koran studies has jail term cutRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | IcNetwork

    A former mosque teacher convicted of sexually and indecently assaulting children during Koran studies at a Cardiff mosque has had his jail term cut. Mohammed Sadiq, 81, of Cyncoed, was jailed in July for 13 years after being found guilty of six counts of indecent assault and eight counts of sexual assault on a child under 13. Ms Rees suggested that by reading long passages from the complainants' interviews, the judge "overemphasised" the extent of the prosecution case.

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  10. Campaigner says a decision to fell trees in a popular Cardiff park "beggars belief"Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | IcNetwork

    A local campaigner says it "beggars belief" a decision to fell trees in a popular Cardiff park will go ahead in just four days time. This was postponed after Natural Resources Wales agreed with the Welsh Government to discuss the plan with Minister for Environment Hannah Blythyn first.

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  11. Cardiff council has said it will build 1,000 council homes in five yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | IcNetwork

    Fifty flats - both one and two-bedroom - would be built at the former Walters building off Clarence Road in Butetown if the council and Cadwyn Housing Association plans are approved.

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  12. Pay for a Day: Carer and daughter tells of what Christmas at Marie Curie means to her familyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Penarth Times

    A CARER whose mum is living with a terminal illness, has spoken of what Christmas means to her and her family. As part of the Penarth Times' support for Marie Curie's campaign to Pay for a Day of care at the hospice this Christmas, Sandra Clode, 50, of Sully, has described the care her mother receives at the hospice.

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  13. Front page of the Penarth Times, from Friday December 15, 1967Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Penarth Times

    THE snow and ice which struck all parts of the country last Friday and Saturday at one time resulted in Sully being entirely cut off from Penarth and Barry by road. Although the train service was still running on Saturday morning, there was no post or papers and the village shops soon ran out of all bread.

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  14. Cardiff Bus Station work 'will begin in early 2018'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 13 | BBC News

    Work on a new Cardiff bus station is set to start in early 2018 after an agreement was struck with a developer and the Welsh Government. It was originally due to be completed and open this month, with the council called an "embarrassment" over its handling of the saga.

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  15. Dad convicted of murdering his daughter needs help paying for his appealRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 12 | Metro UK News

    She died in May 2016 just two weeks after being officially adopted by Scully-Hicks and his husband at their home in Llandaff, Cardiff. The toddler suffered a catalogue of injuries in the months before her death including a broken leg, bruising to her head, broken ribs and a catastrophic skull fracture.

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  16. Crowdfunder to clear name of man convicted of murderRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 12 | Daily Mail

    Friends of gay fitness instructor who murdered his 18-month-old adopted daughter launch A 10,000 fundraising campaign to help clear his name as he moans from jail: 'The pain and sadness I am feeling won't ever go away' A A 10,000 crowdfunding appeal has been launched to free a baby killer just a month after he was jailed for life. Gay fitness instructor Matthew Scully-Hicks, 31, was convicted last month of the sickening murder of his 18-month-old adopted daughter Elsie.

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  17. Neo-Nazi posters found in Cardiff by group potentially linked to banned terror organisationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 12 | IcNetwork

    Neo-Nazi propaganda posters have been plastered across a Cardiff suburb by a group thought to be linked to a banned terrorist organisation. The posters call on people to "join your local Nazis" with one using an image of Anne Frank and another featuring a large swastika.

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  18. Judge slams 'persistent liar' benefits cheatRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 11 | Daily Mail

    'You wouldn't know the truth if it bit you on the nose!' Judge slams 'persistent liar' who lived with her husband but swindled A 55,000 benefits by claiming she was single A married grandmother was slammed as a 'persistent liar' after she swindled the taxpayer out of nearly A 55,000 by claiming she lived alone. Sharon Calder, 57, from Llandaff, Cardiff, pretended she'd split from her husband Gordon so she could claim single person benefits.

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  19. South Wales Echo letters: Monday, December 11, 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 11 | IcNetwork

    A huge community sigh of relief was heard after the news that Cardiff had failed in its bid to secure games for the Euro 2020. If the ludicrously, long drawn-out disruption foisted on the city populace for a single evening match in June is an example of the local authority's organisational prowess, we surely have been spared an ordeal that would have benefited nobody I know, and lined the pockets of the few.

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  20. A food bank in Cardiff has helped more than 1,000 people in its first year of openingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 10 | IcNetwork

    A food bank in Cardiff has helped more than 1,000 people since opening over a year ago - including a mum who had to pick between buying her son shoes or eating. Grangetown food bank, which runs from Grangetown Baptist Church on Clive Street, say they've helped an estimated 1,250 people since opening their doors 15 months ago.

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