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2015/01/23 11:39
2015/01/23 11:39
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The more appealing the graphics on gadgets, the better you do the task on hand A new study has found that eye pleasing gadget graphics enhance our performance. According to British researchers Irene...
2015/01/23 11:39
2015/01/23 11:39
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2015/01/23 07:20
2015/01/23 07:20
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They are three women born in different decades on different continents but all are united by the horror their parents, grandparents and other relatives suffered in the Holocaust. Welsh-born Ruth...
2015/01/21 05:20
2015/01/21 05:20
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The head of a controversial Welsh business school, who has been told his emails must be vetted by university authorities and the students’ union, earns tens of thousands of pounds more than the First...
2015/01/20 20:21
2015/01/20 20:21
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It might not have been the Greenland Ice Cap, but these adventurers had to brave winter chills at Aberavon beach in preparation for a world record mission. The Casualty and Holby City star dragged...
2015/01/19 11:20
2015/01/19 11:20
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In order to make the third instalment of Judgement Day a success, WalesOnline suggested we get the students involved and your responses were varied. On the whole, responses were generally positive,...
2015/01/17 16:20
2015/01/17 16:20
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A controversial church branded a 'cult' by some has been banned from a Welsh university. The organisation denies this - and says it is not a cult. But an ex-member has claimed Freedom Church drove a...
2015/01/17 13:20
2015/01/17 13:20
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Tom Goodman is planning to cycle 1,000km around Wales in memory of the man he describes as his best friend - his grandfather. Tom, from Powys, said the trip is “a mark of respect” for his grandfather...
2015/01/09 17:22
2015/01/09 17:22
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A Welsh university expert on political violence in France says the Charlie Hebdo terrorist attack in Paris is the latest in a long line of political attacks the French government has been battling for...
2015/01/08 14:52
2015/01/08 14:52
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A schoolgirl who had both feet amputated when she was a baby is on track for athletics success after being fitted with her first running blades. Sports-loving Molly Hopkins is already an...
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2015/01/08 01:05
2015/01/08 01:05
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In the next few days we will hear much from politicians and the mainstream media about the importance of the freedom of the press following the Charlie Hebdo massacre in Paris. On the face of it this...
2015/01/07 15:06
2015/01/07 15:06
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A Swansea church has been accused of radicalising university students and leaving them "damaged", claims that the church strongly refutes. Swansea University's student newspaper The Waterfront...
2015/01/07 13:53
2015/01/07 13:53
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A leading Finnish user experience and service design agency has chosen Swansea as its new UK headquarters and software development centre where it will create 30 highly skilled jobs with Welsh...
2015/01/02 06:20
2015/01/02 06:20
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And at night the lights of street lamps and houses across the beautiful crescent twinkled like the stars looking down on it, millions of miles away in space. As the year creaked to a frosty end, the...
2015/01/01 14:20
2015/01/01 14:20
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But his new strategic direction has not been to everyone’s liking and figures released to the Western Mail show that 25 staff members have left the school since Prof Piercy took over. The number...
2014/12/31 20:05
2014/12/31 20:05
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The vote to deny the Palestinian people statehood in the UN last night is one of the most cynical and deeply disappointing events in recent international diplomacy. The extent to which the UN is...
2014/12/31 16:20
2014/12/31 16:20
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A detailed history of South Wales coal miners – so fragile up to now the public could not access it – is to be made available for all to see for the first time. Grant funding has meant the history of...
2014/12/31 12:20
2014/12/31 12:20
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Swansea University sports science specialists are helping a team which, in May 2015, will be attempting the world’s first unsupported crossing by an amputee of the 600 km Greenland ice cap, in aid of...
2014/12/30 17:21
2014/12/30 17:21
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Although no plans have been approved yet, it is understood the Civic Centre with its spectacular views across Swansea Bay could be replaced with luxury housing, shops, cafe-bars, offices and...
2014/12/30 10:28
2014/12/30 10:28
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Who says asking academics to measure their work doesn't pay? Buried away in the latest Research Excellence Framework – known as the REF – is the extraordinary story of how the UK's medical schools...
2014/12/30 07:20
2014/12/30 07:20
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A furious exchange of letters released today reveals how relations between Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and Labour leader Neil Kinnock came to the brink of complete collapse amid the controversy...
2015/01/23 11:39
2015/01/23 11:39
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