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WASHINGTON: A quick candy bar may stave off more than hunger. It could prevent major fights between husbands and wives, at least if a new study that used voodoo dolls is right.
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In his short life, Dylan Thomas became one of the world's first multimedia superstars through his spellbinding poetry, stage readings, and dramatic writing for the stage, screen, radio and television.
Rest Bay is among the 109 beaches that has been recommended for its excellent water quality in the Marine Conservation Society's Good Beach Guide.
All week Daily Post readers have been nominating their favourite coffee shops in North Wales - now it's time to choose your champion coffee-maker The 25 acre site has been bought for A 1.55m in a bid to create hundreds of jobs by splitting the main factory into two business units The 14 small-scale projects will aim to develop and enhance the ... (more)
A quick candy bar may stave off more than hunger. It could prevent major fights between husbands and wives, at least if a new study that used voodoo dolls is right.
Abattoir owner Peter Boddy , leaves Westminister Magistrates Court in London where he is accused of failing to comply with the traceability requirements of horses slaughtered at and sold from the premises.
A team of "enviro-crime" busters could be called in to tackle litterbugs, fly-tippers and dog fouling in Ceredigion.
After man walks free from court despite breaking his driving ban for the 44th time, we list some of the country's other criminals who can't give up a life a crime He should be in jail.
A severely ill north Pembrokeshire patient was transported more than 50 miles to Bronglais hospital because there was no space in Withybush, health watchdogs were told on Friday.
A mother who is denying neglect charges alleging she fed her son a diet of carrots and oats will go on trial later this year A woman who is denying three counts of child neglect by giving her son a limited diet of oats and vegetables will face trial later this year.
Rosalyne Agnes Molly Gallagher, aged 54, of 17 Heol Hafod, Cardigan, pleaded guilty to a charge of theft from a shop when she appeared before Aberystwyth magistrates on Wednesday.
A teenager with an ambition to join the Royal Marines has been forced to put his plans on hold for a year after admitting a drunken assault.
A new initiative to boost tourism in the Teifi Valley was unveiled this week with the launch of the iTeifi Visitor Centre in Newcastle Emlyn.
CeredigionMP, Mark Williams, on a recent Welsh Affairs Select Committee visit to Patagonia, met with Mayor of Trevelin, Juan Carlos Garitano.