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2014/11/23 06:20
2014/11/23 06:20
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They take home a minimum of £67,060 as MPs with expenses on top – yet several Welsh Parliamentarians are more than doubling their salaries with outside earnings. Wales’ 40 representatives at...
2014/11/23 06:20
2014/11/23 06:20
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2014/11/21 13:20
2014/11/21 13:20
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Could pond scum be the superfuel of the future? Researchers at Swansea University believe the slimy substance could one day power cars after being grown in tanks. It is thought algae could even be...
2014/11/20 14:31
2014/11/20 14:31
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New research from the University of Colorado has found that workers who switch to overnight work start to burn less energy, putting them at increased risk for weight gain, according to a new study in...
2014/11/20 09:23
2014/11/20 09:23
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Spiked drink alert ahead of party season of Christmas By Ken Foy Crime Correspondent – 20 November 2014 06:00 AM Gardai have warned festive revellers about drinks being spiked after an incident in a...
2014/11/20 07:09
2014/11/20 07:09
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... surgeon said I was incredibly lucky for it to be diagnosed so early. It was as deep as a breast cancer can be, so by the time I’d felt anything, it would’ve been too late.” She had a lumpectomy...
2014/11/19 21:20
2014/11/19 21:20
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One of the world’s leading experts on the writing of Dylan Thomas has accused the two main organisations responsible for organising centenary events of adopting a superficial “dumbed down”...
2014/11/15 05:20
2014/11/15 05:20
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New research from Swansea University indicates mothers who receive medication after they have given birth to help them deliver the placenta are more likely to have difficulties breastfeeding than...
2014/11/13 18:20
2014/11/13 18:20
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A previously unknown notebook Dylan Thomas used to craft some of his most complex poems has been called “the holy grail of Thomas scholars” after it was discovered lying in a draw covered in a Tesco...
2014/11/12 06:20
2014/11/12 06:20
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David Barton always knew that his father, Thomas, was a war hero. But it wasn’t until he discovered an RAF logbook while cleaning his house that he realised just how remarkable his father’s life...
2014/11/09 06:47
2014/11/09 06:47
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Bassett joined Swansea Town for the 1913-14 season, making his debut in a Southern League Fixture against Caerphilly. In all, he made 32 league and cup appearances for the Swans, scoring two goals in...
2014/11/06 15:20
2014/11/06 15:20
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When asked how American higher education compares with that available in Wales, Professor Richard B Davies reverts to type. “The football stadium operated by the university I’m calling from holds...
2014/11/05 13:52
2014/11/05 13:52
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With seven exciting works on the shortlist for the International Dylan Thomas Prize, Baroness Randerson was delighted to meet some of the authors at a reception in the Wales Office in London. The...
2014/11/05 12:31
2014/11/05 12:31
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Giving a new twist to the phrase “graveyard shift,” a new study from a team of European researchers has found that working odd hours can dramatically age the brain. Published in the journal...
2014/11/05 08:05
2014/11/05 08:05
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Working irregular shifts could be damaging an individual's everyday life, internal body clock and social life, a recent study shows. The "Chronic effects of shift work on Cognition" study, published...
2014/11/05 07:20
2014/11/05 07:20
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Work related stress is affecting everything from relationships, eating and sleeping, a new survey has found. A workplace poll by the mental health charity Mind, has found more than three in five...
2014/11/04 19:53
2014/11/04 19:53
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A large-scale study demonstrates that working antisocial hours is strongly associated with brain damage and cognitive malfunction. The study warns that long-term shift work accelerates the aging of...
2014/11/04 19:39
2014/11/04 19:39
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We can all stop holding our breath now: Beyoncé will release a new album later this month, but it won’t exactly be a new album. The New York Times reports that the Beyoncé Platinum Edition Box Set –...
2014/11/04 07:21
2014/11/04 07:21
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Long term shift work could be linked to impaired brain power – with an ageing effect on the brain, a study has found. Shift work, like chronic jet lag, is known to disrupt the body’s internal clock...
2014/11/04 05:34
2014/11/04 05:34
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SUPPLIEDSoothing with sugar in childhood spiralled into an addiction that resulted in a roller-coaster of highs and lows, says Karen Thomson, grand-daughter of Professor Chris Barnard Durban - She...
2014/11/03 07:20
2014/11/03 07:20
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If Wales has finally given Dylan Thomas the recognition he deserves – peaking with last week’s wonderful 100th birthday Dylathon - America did not go gentle either. In New York on the day itself it...
2014/11/23 06:20
2014/11/23 06:20
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