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13 hrs ago | Penarth Times
Mrs Audrey Jones, who was affectionately known as 'Strawbs' at the school, died at the age of 84 on Saturday, August 16. She campaigned for women's rights throughout her career, and was keen to encourage girls to 'break the mould' and study subjects that were more commonly targeted at boys.
The 18,000-panel solar farm on land in the Vale of Glamorgan is being developed by London-based Lightsource Renewable Energy Controversial plans for a major solar farm on greenfield land have been approved by a Welsh Government-appointed inspector following a public inquiry.
THE Vale of Glamorgan Council will be implementing temporary traffic restrictions during the NATO summit in Newport between Tuesday, September 2 and Friday September 5. To ensure the free flow of traffic and to manage any inappropriate parking close to Cardiff Airport a temporary legal order will be in place on those days.
More than 450 jobs at the Vale of Glamorgan council are threatened as the organisation looks to make cuts of A 32m in 36 months Hundreds of council jobs face the act as a local authority looks to make savings of more than A 30 in the next three years.
So on a lovely sunny morning recently the landlord of the Star Inn in Watchet set sail with CAMRA representatives and local fishermen across the Bristol Channel to Penarth to deliver three barrels from Cotleigh, Exmoor and Quantock breweries.
DONATION: Penarth RNLI members Anthony Matthews, Mal Hopkin and Laurie Pavlin with Penarth Male Voice Choir members and accompanist Jeanie Jones IN ONE of their final acts before disbanding Penarth Male Voice Choir have donated nearly A 400 to the local volunteer lifeboat crew.
DRIVERS in the Vale of Glamorgan will be able to get cheaper petrol from tomorrow Tuesday, August 19 as Asda cuts the cost of fuel across all 234 UK forecourts.
Superfast fibre-optic broadband is now available in 100 telephone exchange areas currently not covered by commercial providers, the Welsh government said.
THE leaders of a Barry-based fitness group have prepared to electrocute and submerge their members in ice - to show just how far they've developed.
The A 26m upgrade of the road link to St Athan and Cardiff Airport Enterprise Zone is seen as key to creating jobs Surveys of land earmarked for crucial road upgrade linking Cardiff Airport to the rest of South Wales signal a move closer to the project starting.
The coast guard, fire service, police and RAF helicopter were called to rescue two people on the Vale of Glamorgan coast A Swansea Coastguard spokesman said: "Llanwit Major and Barry Island coastguard teams were tasked to a report of two persons at the cliff after there car had gone over the edge.
THE Barry at War history group's bid to secure a lease on the unused ground floor of the former Barry Tourist Information Centre has failed.
Five teenagers had to be rescued from rocks by the RNLI after getting cut off by the tide in the Vale of Glamorgan.
Updated: Wed Aug 20, 2014 12:02 pm
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