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How does a man called Captain Beany who has painted himself orange and turned his home into a shrine to baked beans celebrate a landmark birthday? Barry Kirk, from Port Talbot, is having 60 beans tattooed on his head as he turns 60 to raise funds to help a child with cerebral palsy learn to walk.
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The completed bridge will cross the railway lines and sidings currently separating Brunel Way and Central Avenue at the Park Work is progressing on a bridge which will link both sides of Baglan Energy Park in Neath Port Talbot and is on track to open in March next year.
Rob Brydon's Trip to Italy opens in US cinemas tomorrow. A number of other Welsh actors are about to head Stateside for the Fall season too, finds Chris Pyke While Rob Brydon's Trip to Italy opens in US cinemas, a number of Welsh actors are set to lead the TV schedules this autumn too.
TREATMENT for motor neurone disease sufferers at a Swansea hospital is set to become more convenient with the launch of a new service.
Police in Neath Port Talbot are appealing for information regarding the whereabouts of 16-year-old Timothy Bright who has been reported missing.
Dafen won the toss and elected to bat before setting a target of 118, with Chris Randall top scoring for the hosts with 50. Craig Maloney was the most potent in attack for the visitors, capturing 4-27 Pacemakers Ammanford remain on course to clinch the Division One title as they claimed a hard-fought three-wicket win at Dafen.
Members of a Liverpool crime gang have been sentenced to a total of more than 18 years for supplying hard drugs in Swansea Members of a "well-organised" crime gang who conspired to flood the streets of Swansea with class A drugs including heroin and cocaine have been sentenced to a total of more than 18 years in jail at Swansea Crown Court.
So imagine how Simon Mansfield felt the day he decided to get from his home near Cardigan to his desk in Port Talbot and back again - by bike.
Updated: Mon Aug 18, 2014 05:43 am
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