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A STUDENT who died when his car collided with two lorries on a Gwent road may have thought he was on a dual carriageway, a coroner said yesterday.
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Working on the land his family have farmed for 350 years has given Gareth Wyn Jones a unique perspective on life, he tells Kirstie McCrum "We've never had a winter like this," he says, his face haunted.
Hywel Davies, Isobel Hill and India Harrison have all been awarded for their volunteer work with St John Wales.
A FORMER Alice of Daresbury is hoping to sing her way into the recording studio after reaching the regional final of Teenstar.
Courts across North Wales were brought to a virtual standstill as barristers and solicitors stayed away in protest at legal aid cuts.
A 59-year-old man from the Llandysul area has been charged with murder and will appear before Haverfordwest Magistrates Court tomorrow If you feel we have made an error in a report, or have fallen below our usual high standards, please write in the first instance to: Ceri Gould, Online Editor, WalesOnline.co.uk, Media Wales, Six Park Street, ... (more)
Between 6.55pm and 7.05pm on Friday, February 28, the victim, a 35-year-old man, was leaving the Sir Robert Public House on Overpool Road when he was assaulted in the car park.
A MOTORIST told an inquest how a Gwent teacher appeared to be struggling to control her car seconds before it careered off a dual carriageway and came to rest on its roof after hitting a concrete culvert wall.
ANGER and disgust has been voiced by Pontypool councillors after a keen photographer pointed out the horrendous extent of fly-tipping which is blighting the local mountains.
TWO Lithuanians caught stealing clothes from a charity bank had done a whistle-stop tour of banks across North Wales, a court heard.
Three of the men in their thirties and forties were picked up after police carried out three search warrants in the Llangefni and Bodffordd areas this morning.
A spokesman for Gwent Police said that a "bag of fireworks and other items' handed to police were at the centre of a bomb alert in the town on Tuesday.
Halton Council has a statutory duty under the Control of Major Accident Hazard regulations to produce an off-site multi agency emergency response plan for this hazardous site.