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15th August 2019
Barry Dock RNLI volunteer delivers his own son

Chris White, a volunteer crew member at Barry Dock Lifeboat Station in South Wales, welcomed his second son into the world, delivering him in the front seat of his car on Friday 9 August 2019. Chris White has been a crew member at Barry Dock Lifeboat Station for around two and a half years, whilst […]

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15th August 2019
Record numbers of students in Wales get top A* and A grades

The proportion of students in Wales getting A* at A-level is at its highest since the top grade was introduced in 2010. Grades at A* and A were also up slightly to 27%, with 9.1% at the very highest grade. Wales outperformed all regions of England and Northern Ireland at A*. Students from St Cyres […]

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15th August 2019
Appeal for information after arson in Penarth

Police in Penarth are appealing for information after two vehicles were deliberately set on fire. Officers were called to Cawnpore Street, Penarth, at around 3am on Saturday, August 10, after a dark grey Nissan and a white Mercedes were set alight. No one was injured however both vehicles were damaged. The fire is being treated […]

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15th August 2019
Weekend track work planned for Cadoxton Station

Over three weekends in August, Network Rail and their principal contractor, Alun Griffiths will reach a key milestone in the ‘Access for All’ project at Cadoxton station as they lift the newly built footbridge, lift towers and associated support columns into place. To allow Network Rail engineers to safely carry out this work, the station […]

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14th August 2019
Bridgend County lines drugs gang jailed for 25 years

The head of a county lines drug gang and two of his associates have been jailed for 25 years. Kane Griffiths-Jeffries, aged 22, ran the class A drugs operation from London and attempted to use two 17-year-old girls to flood the streets of Bridgend with crack cocaine and heroin. Following a trial at Cardiff Crown […]

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14th August 2019
New incinerator planned near Trowbridge in Cardiff

A new incinerator which would burn up to 200,000 tonnes of waste a year is being planned in Cardiff. The proposed £150million energy plant would be based in Newlands Road near Wentloog Corporate Park in the east of the city. The incinerator, which would produce 15MWs of electricity which is enough to power up to […]

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14th August 2019
Merthyr Dyfan Cemetery scatter garden vandalised for second time

The Scatter Garden at Merthyr Dyfan Cemetery, which is managed by Barry Town Council has been vandalised for the second time. On Wednesday, 19 December 2018 the then Town Mayor, Councillor Janice Charles, launched the new Scatter Garden at Merthyr Dyfan Cemetery. The Garden was created in response to enquiries from members of the public […]

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14th August 2019
Welsh Water launches free and confidential pesticide disposal scheme to protect drinking water quality

Welsh Water has launched a free and confidential pesticide disposal scheme to protect drinking water quality in Wales. The free pesticide disposal scheme is for farmer, growers and land managers across Wales. With registration open until 30th September with participation on a first come, first serve basis. The confidential scheme by the not for profit […]

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14th August 2019
Barry Camera Club summer showing at Art Central Gallery

The Vale of Glamorgan Council’s prestigious gallery is currently hosting an exhibition by Barry Camera Club. The exhibition includes a colourful mix of 95 wall-hung works and a slide show of many more striking images. The variety of photographic works capture local scenes, landscapes and seascapes, portraits and insects in macrophotography. The club has also […]

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13th August 2019
Travel advice for Wales vs England at Principality Stadium

Wales will be taking on England on Saturday August 17thas part of the Autumn Summer Series. With the kick off taking place at 2.15pm, there will be a full city centre road closure from 10.45am until 5.15pm on grounds of public safety. Those attending the rugby match are strongly advised toleave large bags at home […]

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