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4 hrs ago | Independent.ie
Andrea Smith hears Rugby star Tommy Bowe talk about love, life, settling down with a beauty queen and sneaking out of school to the sound of blaring alarms FraNK: Tommy told Andrea how competition for places in the Irish rugby side drove him to perform; inset left, his beauty queen girlfriend Lucy, who is also a nurse Ulster and Ireland winger ... (more)
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8 hrs ago | Haringey Independent
Ecstasy-popping and joint-puffing pensioner Howard Marks may have swapped drug smuggling for the literary world but he is "still an outlaw at heart".
10 hrs ago | IcNetwork
The two sides of Welsh rugby's civil war will get together later this month in a bid to resolve their feud Former X Factor stars Rhydian Roberts and Lucie Jones are set to strike a chord with Welsh rugby fans this Easter Sunday when they perform at Judgement Day II Police were called to Dhelcy Mae Caberte's room just after midnight on Monday ... (more)
11 hrs ago | IcNetwork
Former X Factor stars Rhydian Roberts and Lucie Jones are set to strike a chord with Welsh rugby fans this Easter Sunday when they perform at Judgement Day II Runner-up in 2007 show, Rhydian Roberts, and 2009 finalist, Lucie Jones, will take centre stage at the iconic rugby venue when the Welsh regions go back-to-back in RaboDirect Pro12 games on ... (more)
Independent Remuneration Board also shelves plans to end 'golden handshake' grants for AMs who step down in 2021 after 'consternation' from AMs 'I was there' Terry Phillips takes a look back at the memorable night Cardiff City finally made the Premier League Our man Terry Phillips has followed Cardiff City from the depths of the bottom division to ... (more)
This footage shows swaggering Lewis Evan Wood try the doors of several cars and homes on a Cardiff street before being caught following a police car chase Revealed: Cardiff City and Swansea City would BOTH be in Premier League relegation zone if league started on January 1 The Bluebirds' and Swans' form in the calendar year is among the worst in ... (more)
A Cardiff councillor has rejoined the Labour group just a few weeks after resigning but could now face possible disciplinary action.
Police say the motorcyclist lost control of his Yamaha 125 and collided with a car travelling in the opposite direction near Cowbridge The accident happened on the A48 in the Vale of Glamorgan at Pentre Meyrick Cross, at around 4.49pm on Monday.
A PENARTH youngster hoping to spend a year working abroad has boosted his fundraising target by completing a sponsored bike ride from Brecon to Cardiff.
SEVERAL bathing beaches in the Vale of Glamorgan have received a marine charity's top water quality award after the driest summer since 2003.
GP out-of-hours health care in Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan is "diabolical" and should be overhauled, a patient watchdog has said.
Government-commissioned study did reveal seven out of 10 knew about Enterprise Zone policy, with just over half saying it had brought benefits Just one in five Welsh businesses were aware of the recently-launched Finance Wales preferential loans and the Superfast Cymru broadband rollout Concerns have been raised over the effectiveness of the Welsh ... (more)
Elleni Morus and Nia Jones both deny failing to keep a proper lookout and driving too fast when the accident happened in 2010 Powerboat drivers in Cardiff Bay must keep a 360-degree watch to avoid accidents, experts told a trial at Cardiff Crown Court yesterday.
Two teenage boys had to be rescued from a beach in south Wales after getting cut off by the rising tide.
Members of the Barry Friends and Neighbours Group were guests of the Vale of Glamorgan Mayor, Councillor Margaret Wilkinson Picture: JOHN O'BEIRNE Members of the Barry Friends and Neighbours Group were guests of the Vale of Glamorgan Mayor, Councillor Margaret Wilkinson, when they attended a reception at the Town Hall, Barry.
A special panel of judges studied the journalistic work of students from secondary schools across Wales as part of Keep Wales Tidy's Young Reporters for the Environment competition 2014.