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PUPILS at a Chepstow primary school have leapt into the 21st century as their school has become an official iPad training academy.
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Swansea Bay hopes to be in the running for the UK City of Culture 2017, with the shortlist of contenders expected to be announced.
ADAM Price is poised to make a dramatic comeback to Welsh politics, saying he feels he still has "unfinished business", three years after standing down as MP.
A TEENAGER who claims she was inappropriately touched by a Burry Port man, has admitted to a court to self-harming.
When 73-year-old David Thomas read that local history project, Swansea Your Story, wanted people to scour their cupboards and attics for photographs of the city back in the day he knew he could go one better.
Tributes have been paid to a 19-year-old man who apparently fell from a Bulgarian hotel balcony after going to get money for a taxi, BBC reported.
A McDonald's worker from Llanelli fell more than 130ft to his death while on holiday with his pals in Bulgaria.
A Dyfed-Powys Police spokesman said: "Police can confirm that the body of a male has been has been recovered from the water in the North Dock area of Llanelli yesterday evening.
TWO people have admitted their part in the huge Fforestfach tyre fire which brought chaos to the city for a month.
A MAN has been jailed for 10 months for causing the death of a Llangennech step-father by dangerous driving.
Members of 2nd Battalion The Royal Welsh will be among the 5,000 troops to go in the latest round of defence cuts.
A long-standing opponent of the militarisation of Wales, Jonathan Edwards MP, has expressed grave concern at the sharp increase in the number of low-flying aircrafts operating over west Wales - officially known as the Welsh Military Tactical Training area.
LLANELLI have joined forces with Barry Town United as both clubs battle for a place in the MacWhirter Welsh League next season.
The recently-retired chief executive of the Royal Welsh Agricultural Society and a champion of uplands farming were honoured by the Farmers' Union of Wales during the union's annual general meeting in Aberystwyth today .
A LARGE, landscaped area on the former Vetch Field site in the Sandfields is proving to be a hit say council bosses, who have hit back at claims by residents that the area has been forgotten.
Residents in Ystradowen have formed a fuel club to buy household fuel in bulk. They say they have saved more than A 14,000 since January A tiny Welsh village is taking the fight back to wealthy energy bosses and rising central heating costs by pulling together and purchasing household fuel in bulk.
A MAN who called the police after being a victim of crime, was then arrested himself - because he had an offensive weapon.