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  1. hospital for a fortnight.Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | IcNetwork

    Welshman Mathew James who used his body as a shield to protect his fiancee during the Tunisian beach attack will remain in hospital for a fortnight. The 30-year-old was shot in his chest , hip and pelvis after shielding Saera Wilson, 26, from the gunman's Kalashnikov.


  2. 10 years at the Liberty: Swansea City v Tranmere, 2005 - where...Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | This is South Wales

    Swansea City faced Tranmere Rovers in their first competitive game at the Liberty on August 6, 2005. Here, we look at what the starting XI are up to now.


  3. Firm behind Swansea University Bay Campus enjoys 306% rise in profit...Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    Regeneration specialist St Modwen, which is behind the A 450m Swansea University Bay Campus, has enjoyed a 306% rise in profit before tax to A 203.1m for the year ending May 31. The firm has today said it is on schedule to welcome the first students on site in Swansea in September. It is also expecting to start building 79 homes at the A 1bn Coed Darcy Urban Village later this year.


  4. How Idris Elba's land speed record attempt nearly came a cropper ...Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    How Idris Elba's land speed record attempt nearly came a cropper before it began - on a barbed wire fence in a Carmarthen field His Hollywood career is burgeoning and he's just been named the bookies' favourite to play the first ever black James Bond . But to say Idris Elba's career is going places fast pales in comparison to his recent record breaking attempt at beating the land speed record on the Carmarthenshire shore.


  5. A 2.6m to fund heritage projectsRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | BBC News

    Places of worship, wildlife and wells are among ten projects in Wales to have been awarded a share of A 2.6m. It includes opening up the historic pilgrimage site at St Dyfnog's Well, Denbighshire, and documenting Connah's Quay's maritime history in Flintshire.


  6. British welfare couple caught running cocaine ringRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | New York Daily News

    Carl Honey-Jones and wife Donna spent $65,000 on their wedding that they earned from dealing cocaine while claiming state benefits from working minimum wage jobs. A cocaine-dealing British couple were busted after they spent more than $65,000 on their extravagant wedding - while they were still claiming state benefits.


  7. Young business gurus to test their trading skillsRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | South Wales Guardian

    Ysgol Llangadog, the winning team of Carmarthenshire Young traders 2014 competition, being presented with their trophy by Carmarthenshire County Council's head of co-operate property, Jonathan Fearn. Four primary schools will be battling it out in Ammanford on Friday to be crowned the county's best young entrepreneurs.


  8. All set for football tournamentRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Tivyside Advertiser

    FINAL arrangements are being put in place for the seventh annual Jimmy James 7-a-side Memorial Football Tournament at School Field in St Dogmaels on Saturday, July 18. Eight invited local Costcutter League Clubs, including all-conquering Cardigan Town, St Dogmaels, Maesglas and Newcastle Emlyn compete in the hugely popular tournament sanctioned by the Central Wales FA with the action getting underway at 1pm. Last year's winners were St Dogmaels Reserves who are likely to face stiff opposition in defence of the coveted trophy.


  9. The funeral of Samantha Thomas at Gwent crematorium, CroesyceiliogRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | South Wales Argus

    White roses were laid on her coffin as family, friends and members of the community in both Pontnewynydd and Cwmbran gathered to pay their respects at Gwent Crematorium. 29-year-old Miss Thomas tragically died during a fire at a first-floor flat in Shakespeare Road, Cwmbran, on May 19. Her partner, Paul Fields, also died less than a month after the tragedy.


  10. Young trainee midwife dies just days before son's first birthday...Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Lancashire Telegraph

    Trainee midwife Lauren Plane, 21, died after being taken to hospital from her home in Swansea, where she had moved from Nelson last summer to chase her dream career. Her children, three-year-old Seth, and Elijah, who turned one on Thursday, are now being cared for by their grandmother Angela Wearden in her home town.


  11. Ammanford up to third after Ynysygerwn winRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | South Wales Guardian

    Ammanford moved up to third position in the South Wales Premier League thanks to a thoroughly convincing six-wicket victory at Ynysygerwn on Saturday. The hosts had the confidence to bat first after winning the toss, but their self-belief proved misplaced as Jack Murphy had opener Ryan Sylvester caught in the slips off the first ball.


  12. Man verbally abused public and left staff member fearing for safety at Swansea railway stationRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    A man who verbally abused members of the public at Swansea railway station and left a member of staff fearing for his safety has been jailed. Christopher John, 38, from Cardonnel Road, Skewen, was given a two-week prison sentence at Swansea Magistrates Court on Monday, June 22, for a public order offence of disorderly behaviour and for failing to appear for a previous court hearing in relation to the incident.


  13. Chairs and tables used as weapons as brawl breaks out while'...Read the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    Five men deny violent disorder after a brawl broke out in Mill Lane, Cardiff, as a Free Palestine demonstration marched past last summer Pictured : Daniel Woods, Barry Murphy, Grant Ashcroft and Jaber Hossin, who all deny charges of violent disorder related to a brawl in Mill Lane, Cardiff Five men have gone on trial accused of violent disorder after chairs and tables were used as weapons when a brawl erupted while families enjoyed a sunny afternoon in Cardiff. The brawl, which saw furniture from busy bars thrown as missiles, broke out in a street popular with diners and drinkers as a Free Palestine demonstration passed by on a sunny July day last year.


  14. All the action from around the cricket leagues of WalesRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    Sam Wood stole the show as Division One leaders Bridgend defeated Cardiff at Newbridge Fields to maintain their unbeaten start to the campaign. Wood smashed eight fours on his way to a top-score of 95, with Devlin Smith adding an unbeaten 71 and Sam Pearce contributing 58 runs as the hosts set a daunting total of 304-5.


  15. Carmarthenshire ambulances times worse than five years agoRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | South Wales Guardian

    The decline means less than half of the most urgent calls see an ambulance arriving within the eight-minute target time. Figure show that only 48 per cent of category A calls saw an ambulance arrive within the target time last month, in contrast to the government's target of 65 per cent.


  16. Bits and Bobs: When the Queen weighs in something's upRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | South Wales Guardian

    It was widely thought she could not stand Margaret Thatcher, but that was because Thatcher - just like Nanny Harragan - tended to bully her views through. Presumably, as in elections, the Queen had no vote in the 1975 Referendum, but some of her relatives would have done, and like me she will remember the result.


  17. AUDIO: 'There was nobody in the sea'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | BBC News

    A couple who had been on the Tunisian beach where Friday's fatal shootings took place shortly before it happened describe returning to find it deserted. Rachel Jones, 22, from Abergwili, Carmarthenshire, and her partner Richard Billingsley, from Newton, Swansea, said they had returned to the beach to find the sea empty and no-one on the beach.


  18. Smoothie smart to Fairtrade trek.Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | South Wales Guardian

    Phil Broadhurst and Clare Pilborough from Ammanford Fair Trade with pupils from Ysgol Gymraeg Rhydaman and Ysgol Bro Banw ahead of their marathon walk. Pic Mark Davies AN INTREPID Ammanford duo has set out on a mammoth walk to Bristol to take part in the International Fair Trade Towns conference.


  19. All change at Church Bank as Evans takes reinsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | South Wales Guardian

    Llandovery will go into the new season with a much changed coaching team following the departure of Head Coach Lyndon Lewis, writes Huw S Thomas. Lewis has moved to Aberavon and it will be his former assistant at Church Bank - Euros Evans - who will take over the Premiership reins at the Towy Valley club.


  20. Door to anti-Labour Welsh Assembly coalition should be kept open, says former Labour MPRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | IcNetwork

    Gwynoro Jones has condemned Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood's refusal to contemplate deal with the Tories and says it condemns Wales to permanent government by Labour Former Labour MP Gwynoro Jones has condemned Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood's refusal to contemplate deal with the Tories and says it condemns Wales to permanent government by Labour Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood's decision to rule out a coalition with the Conservatives after next year's Assembly election will condemn Wales to years more rule by Labour, according to a former Welsh Labour MP .