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  1. Market Report: Outsourcing group Mitie falls as wage probe makes punters nervousRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | This Is Money

    Nervous sellers exerted further downward pressure on Mitie after hearing reports that chief executive Ruby McGregor-Smith will meet government officials this week to answer allegations that the British outsourcing group has not been paying care worker staff the UK minimum wage in England and Wales. The shares closed 7.6p down at 292.3p, to stand 14 per cent below last June's high.

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  2. (Left to right) Oliver Williams, Ciaran Lewis and Henry WrightRead the original story

    Thursday May 14 | Penarth Times

    PENARTH and Dinas Runners were boosted by the weather as they hosted their annual Porthkerry 5 race over the weekend. The five mile race around Porthkerry Park had been months in preparation and organisation, making sure everyone knew where they needed to be to ensure the day went seamlessly.

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  3. Sully Sports Youth had a successful first seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Penarth Times

    SULLY Sports Youth Football club played their final league game at home to Cardiff Celts last Saturday knowing that nothing but a win would ensure a league championship in their first season of youth football. Sully started the first half quickly and Kyle Henderson put them 1-0 up with a strike from the edge of the area to settle the nerves.

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  4. A tour of the Barbarian exhibition at the Pier PavilionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Penarth Times

    Visitors to the exhibition at the Pier Pavilion are in for a treat with information starting with the birth of the club all the way to present day. I. Artefacts and photography from the early days of the club, including the legendary Cardiff & District Cup, a magnificent piece of silverware, which the club won for three consecutive seasons between 1887-1890 and has retained it ever since, as well as club caps from that period.

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  5. Cardiff Blues stand by decision to replace Premiership clubs with...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | IcNetwork

    The Blues believe the proposed change to Welsh representation in the British & Irish Cup will be to the benefit of Welsh rugby but Pontypridd disagree Cardiff Blues are standing by the controversial plan to replace the Premiership clubs who compete in the British & Irish Cup with regional A sides from the start of next season. The Sardis Road outfit had been informed of the change in policy in an email from Blues chief executive Richard Holland.

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  6. Three Cardiff schools told to make 'major' food hygiene improvements...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | IcNetwork

    Three Cardiff schools have been told to make "major" improvements in food hygiene over the past year, after achieving a dismal "one" rating out of five. According to the Food Standards Agency website, Cardiff High School in Cyncoed, the breakfast club and nursery at Llanedeyrn Primary School and the nursery at Lansdowne Primary School in Canton were handed a score of one by inspectors - the second-lowest ranking on the 0-5 scale.

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  7. Could plan to scrap Human Rights Act lead to constitutional crisis?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | IcNetwork

    The new UK Government's desire to repeal the Human Rights Act could prompt the first constitutional crisis of the parliamentary term, according to Welsh Liberal Democrat leader Kirsty Williams. Ms Williams said the Act was embedded in Wales' devolution settlement and predicted that a majority of AMs would oppose any move to take it out.

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  8. Cardiff's Ely Library is demolished as bulldozers tear down 'lovely'...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | IcNetwork

    A distinctive glass-topped library originally designed by architecture students in Cardiff has been reduced to a pile of dust and rubble, after bulldozers moved in. Ely Library, which was designed by staff and students from the Welsh School of Architecture in the 1980s, was pulled down on Wednesday after services moved to a new "hub" last year.

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  9. Market Report: Outsourcing group Mitie falls as wage probe makes punters nervousRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | Daily Mail

    Nervous sellers exerted further downward pressure on Mitie after hearing reports that chief executive Ruby McGregor-Smith will meet government officials this week to answer allegations that the British outsourcing group has not been paying care worker staff the UK minimum wage in England and Wales. The shares closed 7.6p down at 292.3p, to stand 14 per cent below last June's high.

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  10. Edinburgh Fringe 2015: Sherman Cymru's Iphigenia in Splott heads to the world famous festivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | IcNetwork

    It's already having an extended run in Cardiff due to popular demand for tickets but now Sherman Cymru 's one-woman show, Iphigenia In Splott, will also be taken to an international audience. For Gary Owen 's drama will be part of the British Council Showcase at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this summer, running at the Pleasance King Dome from August 24 to 30. Sherman Cymcu has a successful history at the world famous event, previously winning the Edinburgh Fringe First award and a Herald Angel Award in 2008 for their touring play Deep Cut, which dramatised the real-life deaths of four trainees at Deepcut Army Barracks.

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  11. Sherman Cymru's Iphigenia in Splott is a gritty show which drags us into one woman's hellRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | IcNetwork

    Inspired by the Greek myth of Agamemnon and Clytemnestra's daughter, Iphigenia in Splott tells the story of Effie, a fiery, strong willed young woman and her existence in contemporary Cardiff. Effie lives in a flat in Splott.

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  12. First train to pull in at new Ebbw Vale town station on SundayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | South Wales Argus

    The station is part of a A 11.5m Welsh Government-funded project, which includes an extension and speed improvements to the railway track. It is located on the Ebbw Vale to Cardiff line and will be served by the existing hourly service, with the potential for additional services to be introduced in future.

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  13. Trees to be chopped down at Tredegar ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | South Wales Argus

    THE National Trust can go ahead with a programme of works to fell trees at Tredegar House and Park, after no objection to the proposal was raised by planning councillors at Newport City Council .

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  14. Two Newport stores caught selling illegal smuggled cigarettes have licences revokedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | South Wales Argus

    Nazar Mini Market, in Corporation Road, and Taste Of The World, in Clarence Place, were banned from selling cigarettes and alcohol by Newport City Council 's licensing sub-committee earlier today. Matthew Cridland, Trading Standards manager, said the smuggling problem at Taste Of The World is "the tip of the iceberg" for Newport.

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  15. Historic Cardiff arcades to be returned to their Victorian splendour...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | IcNetwork

    Castle Arcade, Cardiff, one of the city's iconic Victorican arcades bought by investment group Mansford from Curzon Estates Work is underway to restore three of Cardiff's iconic arcades to their Victorian splendour as part of a multi-million investment in the area. Since the acquisition the arcades have been linked to adjacent properties in High Street, Castle Street, Westgate Street and Womanby Street, to create the new Castle Quarter.

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  16. Playwright and new mother Carmen Medway-Stephens pens touring drama Bara BreadRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | IcNetwork

    She wrote the play as she cared for her new baby daughter and is now preparing to leave teaching behind to become a full-time playwright Carmen Medway-Stephens penned her latest play just a few weeks before its premiere - as she juggled her baby on her lap. Now as the mother-of-two counts down to the opening night of Bara Bread, she's taking a leap of faith as she's decided to leave teaching after 18 years to write full time.

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  17. Vale of Glamorgan Festival of Music performancesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | Penarth Times

    THE Vale of Glamorgan Festival of Music will take place until May 23 with a packed line-up of shows in Penarth and Cardiff. On Thursday, May 14, at 1.15pm, Nieuw Ensemble will return to the Welsh College of Music and Drama in the Dora Stoutzker Hall.

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  18. CCTV: Police release image of woman after theft from Bettws ChemistRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | South Wales Argus

    CCTV: Gwent Police have released an image of a woman they are trying to identify after the theft of items from Bettws Chemist on April 3 GWENT Police have released an image of a woman they are trying to identify after the theft of items from Bettws Chemist on April 3.

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  19. Welsh schoolboy, 7, falls into river and drowns while trying to throw rock into waterRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | Mirror.co.uk

    Joshua Fear, of Merthyr Tydfil, was playing with friends and throwing stones into the River Taff when he tumbled and was swept off downstream A schoolboy throwing stones into a river drowned after picking up a heavy rock - which sent him tumbling into the water. Joshua Fear, seven, was playing on the riverbank beauty spot with two friends when the rock's weight caused him to fall and be swept away.

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  20. The vineyards of Wales putting Welsh wine on the mapRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | IcNetwork

    Marks & Spencer has bought 400 bottles of Colin and Judith Dudley's 2013 Bacchus, grown at their Parva Farm vineyard at Tintern. Welsh vineyards produce around 100,000 bottles of wine each year and many welcome visitors for tours with tasting sessions as part of Wine Trail Wales .

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