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7 hrs ago | South Wales Argus
FOLLOWING the death of Hollywood star Robin Williams, there has been an outpouring from those suffering from depression.
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11 hrs ago | IcNetwork
A carer who stole from vulnerable victims has escaped jail after a court heard she suffered a nervous breakdown while trying to do the job she loved.
16 hrs ago | Messenger Newspapers
The officer in charge of one of the largest security operations in British history at the forthcoming Nato summit in Wales has said the high-profile event is "completely unchartered territory" for UK policing.
18 hrs ago | South Wales Argus
Gwent Police and Newport City Council have been informed of the routes and are working together to make sure the marches can take place safely.
Sgt Richard Evans, 46, of Pontypool, is also accused of giving her a lift home in a police van before kissing and groping her while on duty.
The commemoration service was held at St George's Church on Church Street before a parade to the war memorial at Bedwellty Park.
Eddie Redmayne and Clemence Poesy star as the passionate young lovers Stephen and Isabelle, brought together by love and torn apart by the First World War , in BBC One's adaptation of Sebastian Faulks's modern classic, Birdsong.
The Bryn Mawr College Performing Arts Series plays, acts and dances a happy 450th birthday to William Shakespeare in a Bard's Birthday Bash with Scenes, Sonnets, Music and Dance with Members of Piffaro and Guests on Saturday, October 4 at 8:30 p.m. at Thomas Great Hall.
Craig Roberts is not only writing, directing and starring in Just Jim, he's making it in his home village.
Britain's biggest nudist holiday firm, whose ex-chairman is a well-known Welsh businessman, has fallen into administration with debts of nearly A 23m.
Family fun to include interactive stalls, scouting skills, street games, den building, arts and craft, face- painting, bouncy castle, health checks, agency and service advice, refreshments - lots of family fun! Also, why not attend a cookery session? Booking is required, adult and family sessions available.
An artist's impression released in 2012 of Bargoed's major new development which will include the multi-million pound cinema Doubts have been raised over the development of a new cinema in Bargoed, funded by the county council capital budget, at a time of cuts.
Dan Burkhalter, the Carencro Curmudgeon, has noticed that since the institution of the New Orleans Advocate, I've been getting more stories from persons of the Yat persuasion: Back in 1996 Dan, borrowing Jeff Foxworthy's "You might be a redneck if " routine, suggested a "You might be a Cajun if " contest in this column.
NINETY eight per cent of Gwent's pupils passed their A-levels with flying colours this year, while across Wales sixth formers and college students have achieved the highest number of A* grades since it was introduced in 2010.
Updated: Tue Aug 19, 2014 04:25 pm
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