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The 56 year old denies one rape, two indecent assaults and six sexual assaults said to have taken place on various dates between 2002 and last year.
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A man who admitted killing a Cardiff teenager whose remains were found wrapped in carpet 25 years ago has been invited to appeal his conviction.
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The Welsh centre denies Wales are a predictable outfit and says it is up to the players to improve their standards Inside the electrifying world of the Turbo Dome, daredevil performers, comedians and dancers provide "superfast" entertainment - with 50 acts in 100 minutes.
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Rachel Jones has been crowned Apprentice of the Year. She is pictured with colleagues at Smart Development and LCC Wales A Cynon Valley apprentice has fought off stiff competition to scoop the Apprentice of the Year competition organised by Cardiff and Vale College.
Tom Jones is on stage at the Muni in Pontypridd. Both the man, and the venue, are icons in the town.
Welsh MPs raise job losses in Wales' energy-intensive and banking sectors with the UK Government's Treasury team, as well as concerns about the price of a pint.
PRESENTATION: Cadets from Cardiff and across the Vale of Glamorgan were presented with awards in recognition of their Poppy Appeal fundraising CADETS that helped raise more than A 12,000 during last year's Poppy Appeal were rewarded for their efforts during a presentation night last week.
Left-right: David Bullock, head of construction, Martin Smith, managing director and Jason Martin, head of commercial, the new East Wales management team at Persimmon Homes Three specialists with more than 70 years expertise in the housing sector have been enlisted by Persimmon Homes as it seeks to expand housebuilding in Wales this year.
CARDIFF'S first indoor skate park is set to open its doors this spring after gaining support from various public, private and charitable sector backers.
It carried out enemy attacks in North Africa and laid smoke screens in World War II... and after half a century, an RAF squadron is being resurrected - watch our video Honorary Air Commodore Vic Norman of 614 Squadron Cardiff and Glamorgan takes off from Cardiff International Airport for a fly past over 614 Squadron's war time base at RAF ... (more)
A new musical which explores the rise to stardom of legendary Welsh singer Tom Jones is coming to the Pavilion Theatre in Rhyl from March 19-22.
A rugby coach who attacked a linesman at an under-14s match in Devon has been sent on an anger management course.
UNIQUE CHARITY: Dinas Powis Rotary Club President, Tony Stephens, hands over a cheque to Lynda Francis for Ty Hafan.
MERGER DISCUSSED: The meeting of a full Vale of Glamorgan Council was held in Barry's civic offices last Wednesday, March 5 A VALE councillor told fellow councillors he was voting against Vale-Cardiff merger proposals because he despised politicians and was wary Assembly member numbers could increase.
A CHARITY fundraiser held in memory of a Newport teacher and rugby player who died aged just 29 was a big success, raising thousands for cancer care.
Author Nick Shepley celebrates the Welsh capital's Irish history in a new book focusing on its development in the 19th and 20th centuries.