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  1. Flood warnings issued for Wales' coastline as rare super-tides expected due to the lunar cycleRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    Several coastal areas of Wales have been warned about potential flooding as rare supertides are expected due to the alignment of the sun, moon and earth. Other areas where flooding is possible include the coast from Aberthaw to the Severn Bridge and Swansea Bay and the Gower peninsula coast between Pontardulais and Llantwit Major.

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  2. Newport shop raises more than a A 1,000 after dressing as Disney charactersRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | South Wales Argus

    Staff at Spar at Bassaleg Road raised A 1,102 for Spar's partner charity, the National Society for Prevention of Cruelty Children . The shop, which has been open for nearly two years, do three big fundraising events with a different theme every year.

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  3. Eleven planned court closures will "erode access to justice" in Wales, the Law Society has warned.Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    The UK government is consulting on plans to shut 91 courts and tribunals across England and Wales, and the integration or merger of 31 more. Writing on the consultation papers, the Ministry of Justice said: "The courts and tribunals estate costs taxpayers approximately 500 million each year.

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  4. Barry Rowing Club to take part in spectacular finale to mark Wales...Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Barryanddistrictnews.co.uk

    MEMBERS of Barry Rowing Club will be involved in the Ar Waith Ar Daith finale event to celebrate Wales Millennium Centre's tenth anniversary this month. Their involvement is part of the Cob to Cardiff Challenge, a 230 mile row in a Celtic longboat from Porthmadog to Cardiff Bay - stopping in at Barry along the way - as part of the finale event, created by world-renowned outdoor arts specialists Walk the Plank.

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  5. Plight of pubs revealed as nine West Wales boozers go under the hammer in biggest sale of its kindRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    West Wales pub auction to see nine boozers - with price guides totalling nearly A 2m - go under the hammer in biggest sale of its kind in the area. Nine boozers are set to go under the hammer later this month in a sale dubbed the biggest of its kind ever seen in West Wales.

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  6. High tides at Brean create drama as walkers get cut offRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News

    A suspected bomb, a missing man and high tides has meant it has been a busy week for the sea rescue services this week. Last Thursday the crew of BARB Search and Rescue assisted the Coastguards after a man, 42, in a distressed state was reported missing by his family on the beach at Brean.

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  7. Land Rover driver blames satnav after driving down Brean Beach for half a mileRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Driver blames his satnav after sparking a rescue operation when he drove half a mile down a beach into thick mud The driver of the Land Rover Freelander got into difficulty on Brean Beach in Somerset, with the high tide quickly surrounding the 4x4 Sea water began lapping up the sides of the vehicle and beach warden Kevin Williams was forced to call a nearby farmer to rescue the man A man drove his car half a mile down a beach into thick mud and blamed his satnav after sparking a rescue operation. The driver of the Land Rover Freelander got into difficulty on Brean Beach in Somerset, with the high tide quickly surrounding the 4x4.

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  8. Making history lessons fun as historic figures are brought back to life in WalesRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    The brand-new Children's Festival of Welsh History features a series of one-man shows at heritage sites across Wales. Here's who you can see and where Imagine if Henry Tudor strolled into the grounds of Raglan Castle and told you about his time growing up there.

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  9. Children's ambulance change concernsRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | BBC News

    The relocation of the emergency ambulance team for seriously ill children from Cardiff to Bristol has left health watchdogs disappointed. The Board of Community Health Councils in Wales said it was not consulted over changes to the Paediatric Intensive Care retrieval service.

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  10. Ebbw Bridge club in Maesglas could be turned into housing and shopsRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | South Wales Argus

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  11. Gay marriage revoltRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

    Some of the nation's Presbyterian churches are revolting against a ban on performing same-sex marriages imposed by their national body. Last year, the Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand banned its ministers from performing same-sex marriages after the issue was put forward to the general assembly by a regional presbytery.

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  12. Gareth and team smash 1,000 mile charity pedal challenge...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Milford Mercury

    Now in the 12th year of his battle against Motor Neurone Disease, 45-year-old Gareth was joined by a trio of endurance sportsmen for a 12-hour turbo trainer marathon in Tenby 's Tudor Square on Saturday. He and Nicky Rees, Matthew Evans and Steve Rogers aimed to cover a combined distance of 810 miles - the equivalent of riding from Lands End to John O'Groats - during the day.

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  13. Helicopter rescue after woman falls near St Govan'sRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Milford Mercury

    A WOMAN in her 30s was taken to Morriston Hospital this afternoon, after falling on her back at St Govan's. Coastguards received a call at around 12.20pm today to say the woman had fallen several metres while climbing in the area.

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  14. Developers want to knock down Newport social club to build new housing complexRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | South Wales Argus

    THESE two photos show the transformation that could take place to a building on Cardiff Road in Newport if developers are successful in their application. Borley Development have applied for permission to knock down the Ebbw Bridge Club and Institute to make way for 21 flats and two shops.

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  15. Thousands attend Pill Carnival as rain holds offRead the original story

    Monday | South Wales Argus

    THOUSANDS braved the elements to watch this year's Pill Carnival - which brought together all the community with a countries of the world theme. Residents lined the streets of Pill to watch a series of eye-catching floats go by in the annual event, which was first held in 1974.

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  16. Llechryd end with drawRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Tivyside Advertiser

    DESPITE a 23-point haul from a draw at Pembroke Dock on the final day Llechryd failed by ten points to gain promotion in Division Three of the Pembrokeshire League Llechryd posted a more than useful 201-7 thanks to opener Michael Carter who scored heavily all round the wicket in a brilliant innings of 105 which included 15 boundaries. He was given excellent support by Gwinian Howell who made 46. The homesters looked like going down to defeat but clung on by their fingertips and were tottering on 153-9 at the close.

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  17. A 2m of pubs under the hammerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Tivyside Advertiser

    THE biggest ever auction of licensed premises in the area is being held in Cardigan this month when nine properties in south Ceredigion, Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire with price guides totalling nearly A 2m go under the hammer. Licensed property specialists Sidney Phillips are conducting the public auction at the Black Lion Hotel in Cardigan, which is one of the watering holes for sale with a price guide of A 475,000.

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  18. Can you think of a better place to watch the movie Escape from...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | IcNetwork

    When you're planning to watch a film about an escape from the maximum security prison on a rock in the middle of the sea, what better place than on a Pembrokeshire island? The historic fort on the Tenby's St Catherine's Island, which is soon to reopen as a tourist attraction, is to make its debut as a pop-up cinema next week. Two screenings of the 1979 Clint Eastwood classic, Escape from Alcatraz, are to be shown in the 19th century fort, thanks to the initiative of Rooms With a View.

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  19. 30th Anniversary for Camrose Vintage Working DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Western Telegraph

    CELEBRATING its 30th Anniversary this year, the 2015 Camrose Vintage Working Day was a rip-roaring success, with more for visitors to see and do than ever before. Crowds flocked to Folly Cross Fields on Saturday to enjoy attractions including steam engines, classic cars and motorbikes, vintage tractor displays, a working farrier, a chainsaw sculptor, and a range of children's entertainments.

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  20. On the crest of a rave HAVERFORDWEST'S quayside was the scene of an...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Western Telegraph

    HAVERFORDWEST'S quayside was the scene of an impromptu rave on Sunday , as a sonic artwork boomed in to town on a boat. Commissioned by The Lab Haverfordwest , and created by artist Serena Korda, 'Black Diamond' is a dance music inspired track incorporating 20 field recordings of local musicians and singers, remixed by Serena and composer Andy Wheddon.

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