Vale of Glamorgan County, Wales Newswire

Vale of Glamorgan County, Wales Newswire

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  1. Traders group call for town centre parking to be maximisedRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Penarth Times

    Funky Monkey owner Justin Horton, along with fellow traders forum members Trish Evans and Ryan Long of Windsor Fruit Stores PLANS to allow shoppers to park in designated loading bays in Windsor Road have been passed to the Vale of Glamorgan Council , after local business owners suggested the restrictions could damage the town's appeal. The Penarth Traders Forum - made up of local business owners - carried out a study to assess how parking bays were being utilised along the town's busiest street.


  2. How a flooded bank vault was transformed into one of Cardiff's most-acclaimed restaurantsRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    Praised by critics and a regular sit-down spot for Benedict Cumberbatch - The Potted Pig has come a long way from being an abandoned cellar, once submerged in water But these aren't just press cuttings from the local paper. These are excerpts taken from The Guardian and The New York Times.


  3. A coastguard cliff rescuer said they didn't know if they were alive when they first found themRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    Two young women found unconscious by search teams in Gower last night were just 10ft from the cliff edge at Worm's Head.


  4. Vale council to consult on plans for "on the spot" penalties for dog foulingRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Penarth Times

    THE Vale council has agreed to consult on plans to introduce "on the spot" penalties for dog fouling in the county. The order under Section 59 of the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 would involve the banning of dog fouling in all public places with the Vale of Glamorgan, a requirement for a person in charge of a dog at all times to carry bags or suitable means for the disposal of dog faeces, a requirement for a dog to be kept on a lead in specific featured parks, a ban excluding dogs from all marked sports pitches during the season and playgrounds, a ban excluding dogs from the specific featured parks and a ban excluding dogs from the specific beaches from the start of May until the end of September.


  5. Old Penarthians well beaten by CowbridgeRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Penarth Times

    THE two-week break in the Old Penarthians season for the Wales internationals to be played was something of a blessing for the team as they recovered numbers and some commitment from the players to be able to field a fully functioning front row with appropriate replacements and therefore a full squad. There were still a couple of notable absentees through Sam Hall, Joel deClaire and Tom Sidford in the forwards.


  6. Call for register for victims of child abuse in WalesRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | BBC News

    A record of children under four who have suffered physical trauma should be kept on a national register, according to a leading paediatrician. New figures have shown local authorities across Wales conducted more than 3,000 investigations into physical trauma over three years.


  7. Teenagers on off-road bikes 'accelerated towards young boy'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | IcNetwork

    Teenage off-road bikes are "putting families in danger" after an incident where they allegedly accelerated towards a young boy. Concerns have been raised after bikers allegedly accelerated towards a five-year-old boy and his mother while on the beach in the Vale of Glamorgan.


  8. Classic car show to return for its sixth yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Penarth Times

    THE Vale of Glamorgan classic car show is returning for another year, after the Rotary Club of Dinas Powis announced they would once again be organising this year's event. The club's annual show - now into its sixth year - selects different charities to benefit each year, with 2018's event set to raise funds for the RNLI and Dinas Powis Scout Troup.


  9. Gareth Bale buys A 250,000 house for future sister-in-lawRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Mail on Sunday

    Football star Gareth Bale buys 250,000 house for his future sister-in-law left penniless when her partner killed himself after social workers were called in over their two children Soccer star Gareth Bale has bought a 250,000 house for his future sister-in-law after her partner killed himself. Bale, 28, and his bride-to-be Emma Rhys-Jones have vowed to help after her sister Katie, 24, was left penniless by the tragedy.


  10. Disney World holiday for boy with Down's syndrome left on busRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | BBC News

    A boy with Down's syndrome who was left on a school bus will get a trip to Disney World in Florida after well-wishers raised more than A 18,000. Alex, 13, was found at a bus depot in Barry, Vale of Glamorgan, on 29 January after he did not come home from school.


  11. Black Panther appears to support Walesa independenceRead the original story

    Yesterday | Metro

    Black Panther, the Afrofuturist superhero blockbuster from Marvel, has shot out of the blocks after its release this weekend, smashing numerous records and raking in the kind of money usually associated with names such as Batman, Superman and Harry Potter . However, eagle eyed viewers have spotted a key detail buried within the end credits scene set in the chambers of the United Nations in Vienna - a Wales flag.


  12. Gwent runners take part in parkrun celebrationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday |

    Representatives from parkruns that take place across Wales joined the Cardiff parkrun in Bute Park yesterday to celebrate 10 years of parkrun in Wales. Liz Mountfield from Newport parkun, who is also the Welsh communication ambassador, Colin Willmott, event director for Cwmbran parkrun, and Rob Ollerton from Rogiet parkrun all attended the event.


  13. Wales' first gender-neutral hair salon has just opened in CardiffRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | IcNetwork

    Rather than offering the traditional male and female pricing, customers at Chair Salons on Whitchurch Road will pay based on the length of their hair. Leading hair stylist Casey Coleman said conversations would be free of "gender bias" at his salon which opened on Wednesday.


  14. Earthquake rattles parts of U.K.Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 17 | CBS News

    A magnitude-4.4 earthquake affected parts of England and Wales on Saturday, the BBC reports . Shaking was reported across south Wales, as well as the south west of England and the Midlands.


  15. Le Patriote battles to victory at AscotRead the original story

    Saturday Feb 17 | Sporting Life

    Latest news from this afternoon's meeting at Ascot where Le Patriote got off the mark at the third attempt for trainer Dr Richard Newland. Le Patriote got off the mark at the third attempt for trainer Dr Richard Newland when taking the Ascot Spring Garden Show Handicap Hurdle.


  16. Point Of Principle and Dame De Compagnie do battleRead the original story

    Saturday Feb 17 | Sporting Life

    Latest news from this afternoon's meeting at Ascot where Point Of Principle gave Tim Vaughan a landmark victory. Point Of Principle hung on grimly to give Tim Vaughan a landmark victory in the Ascot Schools Art Competition Novices' Hurdle at the Berkshire track.


  17. Irish Independent experts choose their favourite Irish rugby moments of all timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 17 |

    On 29 previous occasions, the Haka was a prelude to an Ireland loss or draw but at Soldier Field the team lined out in a figure of eight and changed history. It was an act of dignity followed by a performance filled with defiance as they produced a five-try performance to beat the All Blacks for the first time.


  18. in Charge: Cross Keys head coach Morgan StoddartRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 16 |

    CROSS Keys will head to Swansea today looking to extend their seven-match winning run against the St Helen's outfit. You have to go all the way back to October 8, 2011 to find the last time Keys suffered defeat at the hands of the All Whites.


  19. Our national anthem is Wales' secret weapon and a 16th player on the pitchRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 16 | IcNetwork

    Only Wales has an anthem that prefers to celebrate the finest qualities of its people rather than call them to arms If the Six Nations was decided on anthems alone who would top the table? Wales has the perfect alchemy of a poignant melody that matches the power of our anthem's yearning lyrics. But what about the glorious blood and thunder of France's La Marseillaise? Or the operatic drama of Italy's Il Canto degli Italiani? Then there's Flower of Scotland, written in 1967 yet sounding as if it's been sung around Caledonian campfires for centuries.


  20. AMs renew calls for 'crucial' rail link between Newport and Ebbw ValeRead the original story

    Friday Feb 16 | South Wales Argus

    CALLS for a "crucial" rail link between Newport and Ebbw Vale have been reignited by the city's two AMs. Newport West's Jayne Bryant and Newport East's John Griffiths say the proposal has been long-awaited by people in both areas.