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13th August 2019
Flat Holm is the first island to be awarded ‘Bee Friendly' status

Flat Holm has become the first island to be awarded ‘Bee Friendly' status. The ‘Bee Friendly' scheme, which aims to make Wales the first pollinator-friendly nation in the world, has four priorities: Providing pollinator friendly food sources. Freedom from pesticides and herbicides. Providing ‘five star' accommodation for insect pollinators. Fun! Involving the community and telling […]

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13th August 2019
Police appel for witnesses of incident at a Barry Supermarket

South Wales Police are appealing for three people who may have witnessed an incident at a supermarket in Barry to come forward. Officers were called to the car park in Morrisons, Barry, after a blue Vauxhall Agila collided with a pedestrian on Tuesday, July 9, at around 5.15pm. A 34-year-old man was taken to the […]

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13th August 2019
Penarth man prosecuted for selling counterfeit goods, unsafe cosmetics and hallmarking offences

A Penarth man has been found guilty of selling unsafe cosmetics, counterfeit goods and jewellery breaching hallmarking requirements following a Trading Standards investigation for the Vale of Glamorgan Council. Shared Regulatory Services (SRS), who undertake that work across the Local Authority areas of Bridgend, Cardiff and the Vale, began investigating Sean Payter after receiving a […]

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13th August 2019
5,000 sign Barry Hospital Ward petition in just three weeks

In just three weeks, 5,000 people have signed UNISON’s petition to keep open the threatened Sam Davies Ward at Barry Hospital. UNISON healthcare workers at the hospital launched the petition on 23 July with a call for the whole town to sign up to defend the local acute rehabilitation ward for older people. Andrew Woodman, […]

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13th August 2019
Health Board extends Park and Ride arrangements at Llandough Hospital following concerns from Patients’ Watchdog

Cardiff and Vale Health Board has extended its Park and Ride Arrangements at Llandough Hospital following concerns raised by the Patients' Watchdog. South Glamorgan Community Health Council raised concerns with the Health Board, after notification regarding the closure of the multi storey car park at Llandough Hospital from 19th August 2019 – 26th August 2019 […]

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13th August 2019
Picnic Penarth returns for fourth year at a new location

Penarth's very own pop up street food feast is set to return for its fourth year at a brand new location. In 2018, the event saw 14,000 attend on the Esplanade but this year the event will come to Penarth Centre for the first time on the 14th and 15th September. Picnic Penarth showcases the […]

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13th August 2019
More children back in school during the holidays

A growing number of primary schools are keeping their doors open during the summer holidays. Funded by the Wales-wide School Holiday Enrichment Programme (Shep), children receive breakfast and lunch and lessons are replaced by sports and activities.   The number of schools offering the programme has risen by 43% this year. One teacher in Barry […]

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13th August 2019
Stowaway cat hitches a lift by mistake from Cardiff to Holyhead - travelling 200 miles!

A Cardiff cat has been found hundreds of miles away from home in North Wales - after taking the five hour journey without his owners. Bear - the Burmese cat - accidentally took a trip to Holyhead without his owners knowing - around 200 miles away from home! Bear was spotted near a car park […]

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13th August 2019
Childline helps rising number of young people in Wales with exam result worries

The number of children and young people in Wales who are turning to Childline with worries about exam results has risen for the fourth consecutive year. The free and confidential counselling service, supported by the NSPCC, delivered 50 sessions to children from Wales on the topic of exam result worries in 2018/19. However, the number […]

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13th August 2019
Cardiff Council misses out on £17m developer contributions

Cardiff council has received £18million less cash for affordable housing and community facilities than it wanted to from developments across the city over the past five years. A total of 25 developments in Cardiff – ranging from small housing schemes to major projects – have been given permission over the past five years without paying […]

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