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3rd December 2019
Cardiff Airport to host coffee morning for older people in the Vale

Cardiff Airport, in conjunction with Age Cymru, is to host a coffee morning for older people from across the Vale of Glamorgan. The event, which is free of charge, will take place on Friday 13 December between 10.30am and 12.30pm. During the event there will be a taster session in Tai Chi, an increasingly popular […]

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3rd December 2019
Poll shows nearly one in three plan to vote 'tactically'

Almost one in three third of voters will vote 'tactically' for someone other than their first choice next Thursday, a shock new poll for the Electoral Reform Society shows. New polling for the Society by BMG Research finds 30% of the public say they will be “voting for the best-positioned party/candidate to keep out another party/candidate […]

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3rd December 2019
Student responsible for racist and homophobic graffiti daubed around Cardiff is jailed after admitting a string of offences

A student who commemorated Hitler’s birthday by daubing a Swastika on the Senedd is starting a 16-month jail term after admitting a string of offences. Within two weeks of Elliott Richards-Good arriving in Cardiff to study at Cardiff University in 2018, racist and homophobic literature and graffiti began appearing around the city. Following an initial […]

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3rd December 2019
Vale Comprehensive students and staff role up their sleeves to help save lives

Students and staff from Cowbridge and Stanwell Comprehensive Schools have been thanked by the Welsh Blood Service for donations given at a blood donation sessions. Between them, over 100 donations were collected. Mrs Debra Thomas, Headteacher at Cowbridge Comprehensive School praised those who took part: “We are very proud of our students for their commitment […]

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29th November 2019
Stanwell students and staff potentially save more than 2,000 lives

Students and staff from Stanwell School are being thanked by the Welsh Blood Service for collectively donating enough units of blood to have potentially saved more than 2000 lives. Stanwell became the first school in Wales to host its own donation session for students and staff in 2015. The 60 donations collected at a recent […]

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28th November 2019
Pussycat dolls are back and heading to Cardiff next April

The era defying, chart-topping, button-pushing, mega-group are back! The Pussycat Dolls have announced they are reuniting for a U.K. Tour, performing together for the first time in over a decade. The voices of a generation will be taking their Pussycat Dolls 2020 Tour on the road next year, hitting arenas across the U.K. calling at […]

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27th November 2019
Welsh 16 and 17 Year Olds To Get The Vote For Welsh GE

In an historic moment for Welsh politics, today Assembly members voted in favour of legislation which will see the biggest franchise extension in Wales since 1969, when the voting age was lowered from 21 to 18 in the Representation Of The People Act. Some of the main changes in this legislation include, lowering the voting […]

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27th November 2019
Composite Doors Cardiff Nominated for Build Magazine Award

Composite Doors Cardiff, Bro Radio's weather partners, have been nominated for the "Build Magazine Home Builder Award" for a second year in a row. The competition aims to recognise companies for their dedication and quality of service, along with celebrating all the innovative firms within the industry. Now in it's fourth year, the standards are […]

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27th November 2019
Captains Wife confirm filled in Dovecote will be reopened

Mitchells & Butlers, the owners of the Captains Wife pub in Sully has confirmed the 100-year-old Dovecote located outside the Pub will be re-opened later today. It follows public pressure on the company, after it blocked up the structure designed to house pigeons or doves, which it sighted was undertaken based on health and safety […]

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26th November 2019
Dinas Powys Primary school storm the stage

Pupils from Dinas Powys Primary School’s Shakespeare Group recently gave a performance of the Tempest, as part of the Shakespeare for Schools Festival.Under the close direction of Year 3 teacher and accomplished director in her own right, Mrs Ryn Harries, the Year 6 pupils performed the drama at the Riverfront Theatre in Newport.The cast were […]

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