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  1. Rowe is relishing his England chanceRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | This is Wiltshire

    The 25-year-old, who is completely deaf in his right ear, has been named among the replacements for theRed Rose's upcoming match with Wales on Saturday. This is not the first time Rowe has made the senior squad, making two appearances last year after a four-year break following the birth of his child.

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  2. Ex on the Beach 2: Meet the Port Talbot beauty who told ex she killed ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | IcNetwork

    Ex on the Beach 2: Meet the Port Talbot beauty who told ex she killed his cat and Wales' answer to Justin Bieber MTV's sizzling hot reality show Ex on the Beach is back for a new series with two Welsh contestants hoping to seduce viewers , and other contestants, while a series of exes arrive to shake up trouble in sunny paradise. There'll be so many waves made on the show it'll be like Swansea Leisure Centre circa 1992 as Kayleigh Morris and Luke Goodfellow look for romance and fame.

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  3. Campaigners hope Cardiff's under-threat libraries could still be saved with a reprieve until 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | IcNetwork

    A motion will be tabled at Cardiff council's full meeting on Thursday to try to save seven libraries in the city Hopes are rising that seven under-threat libraries could be given a reprieve until 2016 after months of campaigning by local residents. Cardiff council has proposed withdrawing funding from several libraries in the city in a bid to save 283,000 and plug a gap in the authority's finances.

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  4. Newport council adopts local development planRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | South Wales Argus

    COUNCILLORS in Newport have formally adopted a plan to guide planning policy in the city and formalise proposals to build more than 10,000 homes over the next 11 years. The local development plan was given the go-ahead at a full Newport City Council meeting this evening, which sets out planning framework until 2026.

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  5. Behind the Headlines: 'School rebranding can help change perceptions'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | South Wales Argus

    Newport High School pupils arrive to receive GCSE results. Pictured is the Education and Skills Minister Huw Lewis chatting to pupils at the school.

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  6. 'Our children are missing out': Campaign continues for Welsh nursery in north CardiffRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | IcNetwork

    Families in the city who feel their children are missing out on Welsh nursery education have welcomed the council's plans for a consultation on three possible options Parents in north Cardiff who feel their children have been "missing out" on Welsh nursery education have welcomed the council's decision to consult on new proposals. Last summer nearly 1,000 families signed a petition calling on the council to establish a Welsh-medium nursery on the site of Ysgol Glan Ceubal in Gabalfa.

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  7. Tall Ship Providence Topples Over in StormRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Patch.com

    The Tall Ship Sloop Providence, Rhode Island's Official Flagship and Tall Ship Ambassador, has suffered damage after toppling over in blizzard conditions at Newport Shipyard on Tuesday. The vessel is a 110 foot fully rigged sailing vessel and a faithful replica of John Paul Jones' famous warship that sank or captured 40 British ships during the American Revolutionary War.

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  8. Forget Porsches and Dubai warm weather training...these fascinating...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | IcNetwork

    Woollen sweaters to train in, skipping, leapfrogs, workouts on Porthcawl beach... and even a dog in goal. Take a peek at these pictures of the Bluebirds as you've never seen them before Forget the Porches in the car park and the scientific nutritional and training methods, we are going back to a time when the beautiful game was a lot more simple.

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  9. Welsh Lib Dem leader Kirsty Williams launches bid to keep her three...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | IcNetwork

    Welsh Lib Dem leader Kirsty Williams launches bid to keep her three MPs in Wales... despite being in sixth place in the polls Welsh Lib Dem leader Kirsty Williams went leafletting in Cardiff Central with party activists, where Jenny Willott is facing an uphill struggle to cling on With her party lagging in sixth place in Wales according to an opinion poll this week , Welsh Liberal Democrat leader Kirsty Williams has launched a desperate battle ahead of May's general election to save the seats of her three MPs. She went leafletting in Cardiff Central with party activists, where Jenny Willott is facing an uphill struggle to cling on against a strong challenge from Labour's Jo Stevens.

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  10. It's not just sheep: Eight reasons to book one of the new A 59...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Eastern Daily Press

    A new route between the fine city and the Welsh capital has just been launch so here are some reasons to jet set across the country Barry Island is just 30 minutes from the airport and you can go on a tour of the sites used in the hit sitcom. Cardiff Bay just happens to be the site of a worm hole which allows aliens and artefacts to wash up in the city from across time and space - at least according to Doctor Who.

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  11. Cancer Research Wales to name new scholarship in memory of young fundraiser Ed EvansRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | IcNetwork

    A Welsh cancer charity will be funding a new scholarship for research into neuro-oncology in memory of a passionate young fundraiser who lost his life to a brain tumour at the age of just 27. Ed Evans, a Royal Navy diver from the village of Marcross, began fundraising for Cancer Research Wales when he was diagnosed with a brain tumour and received treatment at the University Hospital of Wales and Velindre Hospital in Cardiff. His first event was a summer ball with friends and family at the Cardiff Marriott Hotel, which raised A 10,000 for the charity.

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  12. Holocaust Memorial Day commemoration in Wales marks 70th anniversary of the liberation of AuschwitzRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | IcNetwork

    A survivor of the Nazi death camps has paid tribute to the British soldier who liberated her from Belsen, as she addressed the Wales National Commemoration of Holocaust Memorial Day. Mady Gerrard spoke to the hundreds of people attending the inter-faith event in City Hall, which this year marked the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, as well as the 20th anniversary of the genocide at Srebrenica, Bosnia.

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  13. Newport peace vigil 'a success'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | South Wales Argus

    Around 100 people took to the streets of Newport on Sunday night as part of a vigil organised by the Islamic Society for Wales. The society held a Peace and Unity candlelit Vigil in the city centre at 6pm and people gathered outside the Westgate Hotel at the bottom of Stow Hill to light candles.

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  14. Clerk defrauded primary school where she worked to pay back 'disastrous' pay day loansRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | IcNetwork

    A clerk defrauded the Cardiff primary school where she worked to cover "extortionate" pay day loans she had taken out. Married mother-of-three Kate Elizabeth Allen, 33, already had trouble making ends meet.

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  15. It's not just farmland: Eight reasons to book one of the new...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | IcNetwork

    It's not just farmland: Eight reasons to book one of the new A 59 flights from Cardiff Airport to Norwich Joking apart, Norwich might not be New York but there are plenty of reasons to consider Cardiff Airport's new route to the east of England, which launches at the end of April Cromer Pier is one of the reasons to visit Norfolk, according to Alan Partridge, because it is 'better than Brighton pier' Ok, so he's a fictional character; Steve Coogan lives in Los Angeles and landing at Norwich Airport won't make you laugh so hard that it hurts. But if you're a fan of Norfolk's unforgettable broadcaster, there's plenty of reasons to take up his advice and visit.

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  16. Local campaigner set to stand for Wales Green Party in general electionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Penarth Times

    LOCAL campaigner Anthony Slaughter has been announced as the Wales Green Party candidate for the Cardiff South and Penarth constituency in the upcoming general election Mr Slaughter, who was recently re-elected as Wales Green Party deputy leader for a second term, previously stood as a candidate for the constituency in the 2012 Parliamentary by-election and has been actively engaged with the Cardiff and the Vale local Green Party for several years. He has lived in Penarth for more than ten years and has a long history of involvement in a variety of community projects in the area.

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  17. England in the opening salvo to the Six Nations.Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | IcNetwork

    Wales centre Roberts reflects upon 30-3 thrashing of the old enemy two years ago and expects an 'electric atmosphere' once again Jamie Roberts is calling on Wales to recreate one of the most electric atmospheres in Millennium Stadium history when they take on England in the opening salvo to the Six Nations. Warren Gatland's blockbusting centre wants a repeat of the cacophony of noise which swelled the home of Welsh rugby the last time England arrived in Cardiff, as a buoyant crowd cheered Wales on to a 30-3 victory.

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  18. Primary school staff 'still scarred' by former head's...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | IcNetwork

    Straff are "still scarred" at a primary school in Newport where the headteacher instilled a "culture of fear", a professional standards hearing has heard. Giving evidence, teacher Helen Hickinbottom told the panel she was bullied by former Rogerstone Primary School headteacher Samantha Yeoman after raising concerns about how another member of staff was being treated by her.

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  19. Tesni Evans, Peter Creed lift Welsh squash titles in CardiffRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | IcNetwork

    The men's last four pictured with Wales high performance coach David Evans . Owain Taylor, Peter Creed, Joel Makin, Emyr Evans.

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  20. Police cordon in place in Splott todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | IcNetwork

    Men with baseball bats attacked cars before a man was left critically injured after what police have described as a "series of incidents" in a Cardiff suburb. Witnesses have described how the cars were attacked and windows were smashed before other cars raced off in the Splott area on Monday, the attacks were in the Splott Road area.

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