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  1. Forget the train and leave the car at home as mum runs from Newport...Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    Most people would choose to travel from Newport to Bristol by jumping on a train or driving across the Severn Bridge . But a loving mum and her supportive family ran 30 miles on Saturday to raise money for the children's hospital who saved her son's life.

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  2. So near, yet so far for Cross Keys again - " Cross Keys 19 Pontypridd 27Read the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Freepressseries.co.uk

    ANOTHER heroic crack at reigning cup and league champions Pontypridd, another gallant defeat for a Cross Keys side who were once again just simply outclassed. Seven days after going down 33-27 to Ponty in an epic Swalec Cup semi-final at Cardiff Arms Park, the Pandy Park side were once again left to rue what might have been.

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  3. General Election 2015: Posters telling Muslims not to vote seen in CardiffRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | The Independent

    Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies The flyers, which say "democracy is a system whereby man violates the right of Allah", were placed on lamp-posts and bus-stops this week in Grangetown, a predominantly Muslim neighbourhood of the Welsh capital.

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  4. Ebbw and Keys attempt to cement top-three spotsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Freepressseries.co.uk

    EBBW Vale and Cross Keys take to the field this afternoon knowing that victory will cement their place in the Principality Premiership playoffs, writes Chris Kirwan. Champions Pontypridd have already secured top spot and home advantage in the final and it is a four-horse race to join them in the playoffs.

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  5. Is it Big Brother - or is it brilliant? Cardiff's street parking is...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | IcNetwork

    Sensors will monitor which parking bays are full and let drivers view a map of spaces in real-time on a mobile phone app Cardiff council is planning to trial a 'smart parking' app that allows drivers to easily locate empty parking spaces. It uses sensors drilled into parking bays that are linked into a central server This summer, the city council is to trial a mobile phone app to allow drivers to find a vacant parking space.

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  6. Cardiff posters warn Muslims not to vote in the general election due to 'right of Allah'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Daily Mail

    Michael Buble the sexist beast: Star hit by fan backlash for Instagram 'body-shaming' woman in tight shorts he saw in Miami Mystery of the dust storms sweeping the world: Experts baffled by spate of 'haboobs' which have brought travel chaos and turned day into night in cities thousands of miles from deserts 'Let me know if you can't get these items': Online backlash after mom sends gift requests with invite for son's first birthday party... and says receipts MUST be included Genocide of the Christians: The blood-soaked depravity exceeded even today's atrocities by Islamic State - now, 100 years on Turkey faces global disgust at its refusal to admit butchering over a MILLION Armenians 'Everyone makes mistakes': Daughter, 16, 'whose mother threw her a drunken party where they played naked Twister' jumps to her defense on Twitter Racy lingerie retailer Frederick's of Hollywood closes all of ... (more)

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  7. VIDEO: 'No Muslim voters' flyers 'misguided'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | BBC News

    A confrontation broke out outside an Islamic centre in Cardiff on Friday when men started handing out leaflets saying no Muslim person should vote. Flyers have also been put up in the Grangetown area of the city saying democracy "violates the right of Allah".

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  8. Former paratrooper praises Penarth Pier Pavilion work with veteransRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Penarth Times

    LABOUR'S Shadow Justice Minister Dan Jarvis was given a tour of Penarth by local parliamentary candidate Stephen Doughty earlier this morning . Mr Doughty, who has been the MP for Penarth and Cardiff South since 2012 ahead of this year's general election, visited the town council offices at West House before popping in to the Penarth Pier Pavilion.

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  9. Judgement Day III on target to break attendance record for a regional ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | IcNetwork

    It was revealed on Friday that ticket sales for the event had broken the 40,500 mark - just short of Cardiff Blues' Heineken Cup semi-final draw with Leicester Tigers in 2009 Josh Navidi , Josh Matevesi , Rynard Landman and Rhys Priestland during a photocall ahead of Judgment Day III. Judgement Day III is on target to break the attendance record for a regional rugby match at the Millennium Stadium, after ticket sales went through the 40,500 mark today.

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  10. The stunning Brecon Beacons National Park is 58 years old todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | IcNetwork

    The Brecon Beacons National Park Authority covers 520 square miles - roughly the same area as the London underground system. The National Park offers superb walking, mountain biking and horse riding trails, caves, forests and a historic canal - plus attractive towns, ancient castles, pubs, farmers' markets and restaurant hubs.

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  11. European Rugby Champions Cup: The stars on the brink of joining Welsh rugby's most exclusive clubRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | IcNetwork

    Just nine Welshmen know what it's like to lift European rugby's most coveted prize outside of the Test arena, but can you name them...and will it become 10 this weekend? To date, only nine Welshmen have won rugby's European Cup since the competition was launched in the 1995-96 season. But there are now three players in with a shout of joining that elite band as we reach the semi-final stage of this season's revamped Champions Cup.

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  12. South Wales Echo letters: Friday, April 17, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | IcNetwork

    A beautiful evening in Cardiff town centre looking at the in the background. Sent in by Brian Ahmed of Cardiff Bay It is sad news that Dan O'Neill is retiring from the Echo.

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  13. LIVE: Join us for the opening day of the RHS Flower Show in CardiffRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | IcNetwork

    As more than 20,000 people to head to Cardiff for the RHS Flower Show we are here throughout the weekend with all the latest news, pictures and advice from prestigious event A weekend of beautiful blooms and gardening displays starts today with the arrival of the 11th RHS Flower Show in Cardiff. Day one is judging day and a first opportunity to see of the impressive displays and we will be bringing you all the latest news.

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  14. Drivers are paying out more for petrol despite a dip in world oil prices, claims the AARead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | IcNetwork

    Drivers are paying out more at the pumps for petrol despite a dip in world oil prices, according to the AA Drivers are paying out more at the pumps for petrol despite a dip in world oil prices, according to the AA. Yet the need for fair pricing on forecourts has been largely ignored by politicians during the General Election campaign, the motoring group said.

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  15. 700-strong Massed Voices Choir will gather to 'Sing for Water' in Cardiff BayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | Indy Media

    An unprecedented gathering of community Choirs, Choruses and singers will come together in the capital of Wales - the 'Land of Song' to help transform lives in Ghana by singing for water at an event at Roald Dahl Plas on Sunday 31st May 2015. Individual choir performances start at 1pm at venues around the Oval Basin, and the massed choir performance is at 3pm.

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  16. Welsh captain rescued Spanish refugees from Franco's butchersRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 16 | Dear Kitty

    Seventeen women, relatives of people on the Republican side, were shot by the forces of Francisco Franco at the height of Spain's civil war 1n 1937 and tipped straight into a mass grave . Now, 74 years on, their bodies are being exhumed so that their descendants can bury them properly.

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  17. I am an immigrant poster campaign launches in Wales to smash negative stereotypesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | IcNetwork

    Run by Movement Against Xenophobia , the campaign features 15 different posters, showing migrants with different occupations under the bold heading "I am an Immigrant". The posters can be seen at railway stations across Wales, and aim to depict the contribution of immigrants to the UK, by containing simple captions like "I am a brain surgeon.

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  18. World Circus Day: Fun facts which we bet you've never heard beforeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | IcNetwork

    From the longest tightrope bicycle crossing to the origins of a hula hoop, we have all the answers - and a ticket offer from NoFit State Circus It's World Circus Day this weekend so to mark the occasion, we've been racking our brains to come up with some circus facts and figures. Luckily, our friends at Cardiff's NoFit State Circus had plenty at their fingertips - and they're also offering WalesOnline readers discounted tickets to Bianco , which returns to the Welsh capital in June.

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  19. These fascinating pictures show Cardiff life in the 1890s (and how...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | IcNetwork

    These fascinating pictures show Cardiff life in the 1890s The captivating collection by photographer William Booth was shot in the 1890s and 1900s and show how life in the streets used to be The captivating collection by photographer William Booth is from the 1890s and 1900s and shows how life in the streets used to be. The pictures are on show as part of an exhibition showcasing old photos from Wales' national collection, which are being digitised for future generations to enjoy.

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  20. She may not be able to vote in next month's election but the deputy...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | IcNetwork

    Miriam GonzA lez DurA ntez cut an impressive figure meeting mothers in Cardiff on the election campaign trail, says Abbie Wightwick Striding into Cardiff's Cafe Junior Miriam GonzA lez DurA ntez is the ultimate yummy mummy. Kitted out in soft pastel shades, pistachio chinos and lemon heels, Nick Clegg's lawyer wife is a political photo opportunity to die for.

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