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Woman loses part of her finger in nightclub attack in Pontardawe
Several other people were injured in the attack which happened in Pontardawe's Paradise club, which was packed with 200 revellers A woman lost part of a finger in an attack that happened when a disturbance broke out in a packed nightclub.
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Mon Mar 10, 2014
Investigation launched into death of worker at Swansea Walkabout
The 20-year-old staff member at the Walkabout bar in Swansea's Wind Street was found with serious injuries at the premises and died four days later Council officials and South Wales Police are jointly investigating the death of a worker at a popular South Wales city centre bar in an incident believed to have involved a lift.
Dylan Thomas: Help the restoration of the bedroom where legendary Welsh poet grew up
IT'S the place where a young boy looked out over the rooftops and, gazing over the blue waters of Swansea Bay, began weaving a complex web of words that would captivate the world.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Dozens of children aged under 15 so obese they have been admitted to hospital
The 55-year-old Ribble Valley MP, who was born in Swansea, appeared in court this morning accused of offences against seven men New stats show the massive amounts bet and lost across the nation by people addicted to fixed odds betting machines Wrexham man discovers his great grandad was the youngest ever soldier to serve on the Western Front - at ... (more)
Sat Mar 08, 2014
'I sold my bum to the highest bid': Man auctions off space on his bottom for charity
Most people are drunk when they get a tattoo they regret, but Nick Francis was stone cold sober when he got his dad's name tattooed on his left buttock Daft Nick's bum became the centre of a bizarre bidding war between his parents when he decided to sell off space on his posterior to the highest bidder - all in the name of charity.
Dylan Thomas is poster boy for Welsh 'city of culture'
The Swansea star sparkled in designer dress and diamonds amid rumours that her marriage is back on track We catch up with the Yami Gautam for a quick film chat Working on the land his family have farmed for 350 years has given Gareth Wyn Jones a unique perspective on life, he tells Kirstie McCrum Swansea may have missed out in its bid to be the ... (more)
Fri Mar 07, 2014
South Wales fire service tots up a A 450,000 repair bill after a string of prangs
South Wales fire service has spent a whopping A 450,000 repairing its vehicles in recent years - after a string of prangs including two fire engines colliding at a primary school.
Meet the Welsh woman behind the Cambridge Satchel Company
Julie Deane's company was set up from her kitchen and is now the seventh fastest growing private company in UK It's the stuff dreams are made of but the meteoric rise of The Cambridge Satchel Company is no fantasy, says founder Julie Deane as she plans international expansion with a recent $21m investment.
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Port Talbot Historical Society set to celebrate 60 years
Port Talbot Historical Society was founded on May 4, 1954 and is still going strong - but needs more members of the younger generation.
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Police appeal for information on whereabouts of Tracy Bruton from...
POLICE investigating an assault in Swansea's Wind Street are appealing for information on the whereabouts a 48-year-old woman.
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Questions raised over Afan Lido delay
Planning permission for the A 13.4 million sports centre was granted in November with work due to take place in the new year.
Delay new GSCEs, exam head says
The WJEC, which sets the exams, said it was responding to requests from the Welsh government to put more emphasis on accuracy Gareth Pierce's comments follow complaints about "unexpectedly low" grades for new GCSE English language exams taken by pupils in January.
I was so nervous performing for Simon Cowell, admits star of the new...
"It makes me so anxious as I know what it's like to audition," says the West End leading lady.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Sea cadets are looking good
SMILES ALL ROUND: Milford Haven Sea Cadets won two awards at the annual West Wales District Drill and Piping Competition.
Respiratory disease drug company Verona Pharma relocating to Wales
Jonathan Edwards said he found it 'difficult to understand how someone who does not consider themselves to be Welsh can be captain of the national rugby side' The Nigel Owens interview...A remarkable journey from the brink of suicide to becoming 'the best referee in the world' The Welsh referee talks about an eventful career that sees him take ... (more)
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Neath Valley company wins Welsh Government backing to boost training facilities
A Glynneath social enterprise, which provides a range of community training and social activities, has received backing from Communities 2.0, the Welsh Government's digital inclusion programme.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
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Ruby Wax is still a gem
COMEDIAN Ruby Wax is set to bring her new show - Sane New World - to the Princess Royal Theatre, Port Talbot.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Five firms in Russia trade mission
Aber Instruments, Aberystwyth, Licentia Group and myPinPad from Cardiff Bay, Weartech International, Port Talbot and Teddington Engineered Solutions, Llanelli will be represented in Moscow.
Miracle steelworker reunited with lifesaving paramedics after factory accident
The report also calls for more Assembly Members, a move to a Scottish-style model of devolution and more powers over larger energy projects Writer, performer and broadcaster Gwenno has penned a St David's Day Anthem - now it's her dream to get every school in Wales to sing it each March 1 A steelworker who defied doctors and made a miracle recovery ... (more)
Welsh policy on abandoning flood defences will cost billions in tourism, says expert
A decision to allow the sea to flood 50 coastal villages in Wales, in a bid to cut costs in sea defences, could cost the country billions of pounds in lost tourism revenue, an expert has claimed.