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Living in Splott at the time the 52-year-old remembers looking at the ships, marvelling at their size and how they were made of steel - when he believed boats to be built from wood. "I only found out later that most children can't recall much from before their fifth birthday, but I was amazed that these boats were black and they floated," he explains.
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A 37-year-old man has appeared in court following a collision in Cowbridge Road West which saw a woman and two children injured Leighton O'Dare, 37, from Pethybridge Road in the Ely area of the city, appeared at Cardiff Magistrates' Court on Monday. Two boys and a woman were airlifted to hospital following a collision close to the Forge Care Centre at around 3.15pm.
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The Vale of Glamorgan Council 's CCTV team contacted police a total of 45 times during the week ending Sunday, September 14. On Thursday, September 11 one person was arrested on St Paul's Avenue for theft and being wanted on a warrant, and one person was arrested on Barry Waterfront for criminal damage. On Friday, September 12 one person was arrested on Holton Road for threatening behaviour and possession of an offensive weapon.
Mark Alexander, Bill Taylor-Beales, Luke Rice, Sam Worthington, Helen Bur and Dan Green at the mural in Cranbrook Street, Cathays, Cardiff A gigantic mural now covers what was an "ugly, graffiti-ridden wall" thanks to a transformational art project which came to fruition over the weekend. Residents, artists and councillors joined together for around eight hours a day - from Friday to Sunday - to paint the mural on a 101-metre high wall on Cranbrook Street in Cathays, Cardiff.
Speaking from his hospital bed, Joshua Davies has opened up on the accident that broke his spine in four places A teenager who was left paralysed after plunging from a 50ft bridge in South Wales has opened up on his ordeal for the first time. In an exclusive interview, speaking from his bed at Cardiff's University Hospital of Wales, the 18-year-old told us: "The last thing I remember is a stone hitting my foot and then I slipped and fell."
The man, who has not been named, was holidaying on the island with members of his family when the incident occurred. It is believed he went into the water at the north end of the island to bring a log ashore when he got into difficulties.
The Welsh capital's deputy Lord Mayor Ali Ahmed issued an unreserved apology and admitted he is considering resigning over the issue. LONDON The Welsh capital's deputy Lord Mayor Ali Ahmed, who recently said that Hamas was only firing "toy rockets" at Israel, issued an unreserved apology and admitted he is considering resigning over the issue.
PLENTY of people turned out for the Family Fun Days run by Vale Council's Sports and Play Development Team in partnership with Barry Town Council this summer. The first day held in Alexandra Gardens to celebrate National Play Day, was a huge success, attracting more than 250 children, young people and their families throughout the event.
Tackling one 52-mile cycling challenge wasn't enough for a team of dedicated fundraisers who decided to complete it twice in memory of a toddler who died of a rare genetic condition. His dad Andrew Evans, from Pontprennau, Cardiff, and his Oscar's Army team cycled from Cardiff to Brecon last Saturday before getting on their bikes again to tackle Ty Hafan's popular Taff Trail cycling challenge which finished in Bute Park, Cardiff.
The group's operation was stopped as they brought what police believe was at least their 11th stash of the class B drug into South Wales from Bristol. The ringleader for the Cardiff wing of the operation was 29-year-old Adam Tajul from Rennie Street in Cardiff.
Gibson, who led the legendary Dambuster raid, lived in Wales with his wife Eve. He was the most decorated member of the RAF Welsh war veterans, former members of the armed forces and air cadets are travelling to Holland next week to mark the 70th anniversary of the death of Dambuster Guy Gibson and thank the family that has tended his grave for generations.
It's Roald Dahl Day on Saturday and we're celebrating with a splendiferous A to Z of the Cardiff-born author Roald always seemed like a funny name for a British author to have, but baby Roald was named for polar explorer Roald Amundsen, a national hero in Norway at the time, where Roald's parents were from. It's been said that the family, including Roald's sisters Astri, Alfhild and Else, spoke Norwegian at home, and Roald mentions Norway in many of his books, most notably The Witches, where the main character goes to live with his Norwegian grandmother.
Paul Boyle, 38, is accused of fatally stabbing 52-year-old Kenneth McNeill at a flat in the city's Dumbarton Road, Yoker, on 15 May this year. During an appearance at the High Court in Glasgow Mr Boyle denied the charges.
Conviction of James Oag and Endaf Williams came after police found ecstasy and cocaine in a safe and A 5,000 cash in coat pocket Two dads-to-be appeared in the dock after police found a safe containing drugs in the home of one and A 5,000 of drugs money in the coat of the other. Prosecutor Julian Greenwood said officers were on their way to search Oag's then-home at Poplar Road in Fairwater, Cardiff, in December last year when they saw him driving.
A NEW club will be launched this Saturday, September 13 when Penarth's very own soul club will be open. Penarth Soul Club is brought to you by Penarth residents Shelley Norton and Liam Curtin.
Updated: Mon Sep 15, 2014 04:50 pm
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