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  1. Former chairman honoured for commitment to the community a Special...Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Western Telegraph

    R: Newport Mayor and Mayoress Andrew and Laura Benham, town council chairman Mike Sajko, Cllr Elaine Lloyd, Pembrokeshire County Council Chairman Wynne Evans, town crier Michael Mathias and County Cllr Paul Harries.PICTURE: Anwen Baldwin Councillor Elaine Lloyd was surprised with a certificate in honour of her hard work while chairman of the council on June 29. Pembrokeshire County Council chairman Wynne Evans joined town councillors and Newport Mayor and Mayoress at the town's street market to make the presentation. Cllr Evans said: "It's a great pleasure to be in Newport, what a wonderful community.


  2. One travels in style! The Royal family have spent almost 500,000 on...Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    The travel expenses, branded 'scandalous' by an anti-monarchy group, include a A 30,000 train journey to Haverfordwest and a costly trip to South Africa Their accounts show they spent at least A 432,163 between 2012 and March 2015 - but the real total could be even higher since only expenses over A 10,000 are detailed. Journeys included a A 30,000 trip by the Queen from Windsor to Haverfordwest and Ystrad Mynach using the Royal train - a standard ticket is A 109.50 - and a chartered flight to South Africa by Prince Charles for Nelson Mandela's funeral, priced at almost A 250,000.


  3. Rugby star Testimonial a huge success in CrymychRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Tivyside Advertiser

    Carving a joint of Welsh beef are Eleri Sion MC/compere at the Testimonial Dinner, guest speaker - Derek Bevan and the Reverend Canon, Dorrien Davies and John Davies. A total of 450 guests turned out to celebrate the Testimonial Dinner as part of John Davies's Testimonial Celebrations.


  4. A 1.2million for Welsh environmentRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Aberdare Online

    The money will be available for third sector organisations and local authorities for projects on Wales' most special sites, those designated as Special Protection Areas and Special Areas of Conservation. It can be used to match-fund projects that tackle key issues affecting these sites, focussing on five key areas, marine litter, invasive species, habitat loss and fragmentation, inadequate or inappropriate management of woodlands and reversing the damage done by inappropriate access and recreation "NRW's purpose is to ensure that the environment and natural resources are maintained, enhanced and used.


  5. Home, set & match! Tennis courts can make your home more saleableRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Wimbledon fortnight is upon us, Murray mania reigns, and for two weeks at least the nation turns on to tennis. But for some of us - those with a court in our backyard - the sport is a year-round pastime.


  6. GLJ Recycling Ltd Offers "End of Life Vehicle" Scrap Car Disposal and Collection ServicesRead the original story

    6 hrs ago |

    GLJ Recycling Ltd is authorised by the DVLA and the Environment Agency in accordance with the End-of-Life Vehicles Directive to recover, treat and recycle vehicles for both private individuals and commercial customers. Newport, United Kingdom, July 04, 2015 -- -- With the soaring rate of metal scrap theft in the U.K, police are asking people to remain diligent when it comes to looking after their wrecked or smashed car.


  7. Wetherspoon's to sell William Coppin - but Cowes pub returnsRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Isle of Wight County Press

    A WETHERSPOON'S pub in Newport has gone up for sale - and there's a new lease of life for a pub in Cowes. Eddie Gershon, a spokesman for Wetherspoon's, said The William Coppin, on Coppins Bridge roundabout, had gone on the market as part of a commercial decision, but said the pub would keep trading until it was sold.


  8. Isle of Wight: What's on this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Isle of Wight County Press

    In fact, one event has almost taken that expression literally, and you'll be able to find it all over Newport. Music competition 'Band on da Run' returns to the Isle of Wight's streets for the fourth time, today .


  9. New fleet of buses 'vital to the local community' a Fleet of five new ...Read the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Tivyside Advertiser

    A FLEET of five new more fuel-efficient and environmentally friendly buses is serving passengers along the Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire coast as part of plans to drive up standards on public transport in Wales. Economy and Transport Minister Edwina Hart launched the new buses at an event at the Cliff Hotel in Gwbert on Friday, July 3. The T5 service, connecting Aberystwyth with Haverfordwest via Cardigan and Fishguard, now features coach style interiors, next stop audio announcements and free WiFi for passengers using the new vehicles.


  10. Labour Leadership candidate Andy Burnham heads west to meet local...Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Milford Mercury

    ONE of the favourites to become the new leader of the Labour Party visits local supporters this weekend with a message that he wants to re-establish the "emotional connection" between Labour and Wales. Mr Burnham, who is the MP for Leigh, told the Western Telegraph his visit is as much about listening to people in west Wales as anything else.


  11. 11 things to do in Wales today whatever the weatherRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    From speedway to carnivals, performance art to world-class music, there's plenty to see and do this weekend. Here are 11 great ideas to keep you and the rest of the family entertained After this week's mini heatwave and the forecast of 'possibly severe' thunderstorms, we're all keeping our eye on the weather when we're deciding what to do at the weekend.


  12. Newport man who answered the door to police with a knife in his hand given suspended sentenceRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | South Wales Argus

    A NEWPORT man who answered the door to police with a kitchen knife in his hand has avoided an immediate custodial sentence. Darren Munkley, aged 33, of Tewkesbury Walk, previously pleaded guilty to affray and possessing a class B drug at Newport Crown Court on January 16. He had been on remand for the offences.


  13. Bluestone resort built attractions without planning permissionRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Western Telegraph

    A MAJOR activity development at Pembrokeshire's five-star Bluestone resort has been put in place without planning permission, it has been revealed. The holiday centre's Steep Ravine zip and high wires course, as well as the Camp Smokey outdoor restaurant, were both constructed without the go-ahead being sought from the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority .


  14. Rhys, 19, takes over fight to save town centreRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | Milford Mercury

    FIGHTING to protect the town centre will be high on the agenda for Milford Haven's newest town councillor, 19-year-old Rhys Evans. The teenager - who narrowly missed out on a place on the council last October when he was beaten in a contest for the Hubberston ward by Cllr Rose Gray - will represent the town's central ward, which covers the town centre, Shakespeare Avenue to Hamilton Terrace, the Rath, Milton Crescent and Pill.


  15. Peace protester accused of violent disorder tells jury conviction...Read the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    Jaber Hossin, along with four other men, denies the charge after a brawl broke out in Mill Lane, Cardiff, 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 A peace protester accused of violent disorder has told a jury that being found guilty would end his dream of being a police officer. Jaber Hossin, a 21-year-old who runs his own takeaway business, is one of five men on trial at Cardiff Crown Court following a confrontation between 'Free Palestine' marchers and the customers of pavement bars in the city centre last summer.


  16. Delay in appointing Withybush Hospital doctors but recruitment continuesRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | Western Telegraph

    HYWEL Dda Health Board is continuing to overcome 'significant workforce challenges' with new doctors recruited to maintain services at Withybush Hospital . The health board said that two new staff members are due to start in August and others are awaiting Visa approval.


  17. Car chase across two counties lands man in court POLICE stopped a car ...Read the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Tivyside Advertiser

    POLICE stopped a car with a stinger and used dogs to find the driver, during a vehicle chase across two counties, a court has heard. Matthew Ace, aged 27, of Banwell Street, Morriston, pleaded guilty to taking a car from Aberaeron without the owner's consent, and driving without third party insurance, when he appeared before Aberystwyth magistrates on Wednesday.


  18. Sax-cess for junior musicians in county music exams JUNIOR musicians...Read the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Milford Mercury

    Pupils from Milford Haven Junior School were among those to achieve success in the latest round of music exams. PICTURE: Milford Mercury Eighty-four students from across Pembrokeshire were successful in the spring term exams, having been prepared by members of Pembrokeshire County Council 's music service.


  19. Hijinx Unity Festival 2015 PERFORMERS from Mozambique, France,...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    PERFORMERS from Mozambique, France, Germany, Belgium, Italy and the UK will perform in the Hijinx Unity Festival from July 1-5 in Cardiff. Jaw-dropping circus, roaming theatre shows, trapeze artists, dancers and musicians will fill the streets of Cardiff this July in a celebration of the best inclusive and disability arts from around the world.


  20. Get buzzed: The best Caribbean beers and breweriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | USA Today

    Whether you're a lover of lager, aficionado of ale, fan of draft poured from a cask or a keg or prefer the can in hand, quenching your thirst with a frosty brew is a Caribbean mainstay. Brewed and bottled by the Diageo Company, this straw-colored brew balances malty-sweet and lightly hoppy flavors and pairs perfectly with the island's hot and spicy fare.