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19th January 2021
Natural Resources Wales Dampen Flood Fears In Dinas

Natural Resources Wales have released a statement online attempting to quell fears of more potential flooding in the area, noting that the forecasted rainfall is significantly less intense than that of previous flooding events. In a statement shared on Facebook by Dinas Powys Plaid Cymru, Natural Resources Wales explained that, although fears of more flooding […]

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18th January 2021
Barry Man who failed to self-isolate among 90 people fined for covid breaches over the weekend

A man who failed to self-isolate with his Covid-positive wife in Barry and four other men who travelled in the same vehicle, from various areas of Cardiff and the Vale to visit Cosmeston County Park were amongst those fined by South Wales Police this weekend. Despite the whole of Wales remaining under Alert Level 4 […]

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18th January 2021
Police issue warning to young people following anti-social behaviour in Barry

Police have issued a warning to youth who they say are "endangering themselves whilst causing anti-social behaviour in the Holton Road area" whilst breaking Coronavirus rules. The warning comes as up to 25 - 30 youths have been caught climbing business roof tops and free-running in the Holton Road area in recent weeks. In one […]

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18th January 2021
Age Connects launch 'connected against loneliness' campaign on Blue Monday

Age Connects Cardiff & the Vale has today launched its 'Connected against loneliness' campaign, as it asks residents to be a good neighbour and help older people From Monday 18th January for a one-week period, the charities will be running their ‘Connected against loneliness’ campaign. Age Connects Wales is asking you to be a good […]

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18th January 2021
Three men fined for driving from Barry to Blackwood

South Wales Police have fined three men from the Barry area after they made a 50-mile round trip to 'go for a drive with a friend' late on Sunday. Three men were stopped by Gwent Police in Blackwood, having travelled from the Barry area. The men told Police they had travelled "to visit and go […]

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18th January 2021
Yellow Weather Warning for the Vale of Glamorgan

The Met Office has issued a weather warning for much of Wales from Midnight Tuesday until Midday on Thursday. Storm Christoph will bring spells of prolonged and heavy rain, which may lead to flooding and disruption to travel in places. Approximately 30-60 mm of rainfall is expected to fall across Wales, with Strong winds accompanying […]

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18th January 2021
£40 million extra to support students facing financial hardship

The Welsh Government has today announced an additional £40m for universities to support students facing financial hardship, helping the students most affected by the pandemic with expenses such as accommodation costs. Universities will be asked to prioritise funding towards the most vulnerable students, as well as strengthening advice and support services for students.  With most […]

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18th January 2021
Coronavirus: The latest Vale of Glamorgan case and vaccine figures

The latest figures released by Public Health Wales show coronavirus cases have continued to fall in the Vale of Glamorgan over the latest 7 day reporting period. The rolling figures, which run from 6th to 12th January show 445 cases have been reported, with 333.1 cases per 100,000 population. The figure is a decrease of […]

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18th January 2021
Jane Ludlow leaves post as Wales Women's National Manager

The Football Association of Wales has confirmed that Jayne Ludlow has left her post as the Cymru Women’s National Team Manager by mutual consent. Jayne has been at the helm since October 2014 and became the first manager to lead the side for more than 50 games. During that period Cymru reached the top 30 […]

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18th January 2021
Shellfish lorries park near Downing Street as new rules cause severe delays at EU border

Lorries used to transport British shellfish have parked on the roads near Downing Street after experiencing delays getting into the EU due to new Brexit rules. At least 10 lorries were parked up, with one carrying the slogan "Brexit Carnage" as shellfish companies protested against severe delays transporting their produce to the EU following a […]

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