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2014/07/29 20:21
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We are living in an era when the Welsh NHS is being buffeted from all sides. As well as creaking under the weight of huge pressures of rising demand caused by an ageing population that still indulges...
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2014/07/29 16:20
2014/07/29 16:20
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ED MILIBAND’s proposal for members of the public to grill him in Westminster if he becomes prime minister has sparked interest in the potential for a similar public question time taking place in the...
2014/07/29 14:51
2014/07/29 14:51
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Megan Williams and Charlie Hague built the Roundhouse using local materials in the garden of her parents' home in Glandwr, Pembrokeshire, west Wales. Looking like something straight out of Peter...
2014/07/29 13:52
2014/07/29 13:52
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Fish in the Lower Clydach River in Swansea will soon have access to an extra 20km of important breeding grounds as work gets underway to build a new fish pass. The fish pass, being developed by...
2014/07/29 12:21
2014/07/29 12:21
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Plans by one of the world’s leading chemical company’s to build an incinerator in a Welsh town have been withdrawn. The surprise move by Dow Corning comes less than two months after detailed plans...
2014/07/29 05:20
2014/07/29 05:20
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Put to one side the question of whether Ed Miliband’s wife has the power to help his image problem – she can keep him up to speed on the minutiae of Welsh Government environmental policy. Justine...
2014/07/28 17:20
2014/07/28 17:20
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Food enthusiasts will be spoilt for choice this weekend as a two-day event takes over Ynysangharad War Memorial Park in Pontypridd with a host of mouth-watering products from around Wales. TV...
2014/07/28 17:20
2014/07/28 17:20
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A leading education union has warned that “schools are in for a tough time” with rumours the Welsh Government is planning to “claw back” money that has already been allocated. The Association of...
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2014/07/28 16:20
2014/07/28 16:20
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This is the bright vision of how an historic South Wales waterfront landmark could look after a planned multi-million pound revamp. The future of Barry’s grade II listed Hydraulic Pumphouse has been...
2014/07/28 16:20
2014/07/28 16:20
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Two historic landmarks in Barry are set to be sold off. Attempts to develop the Grade ll listed Hydraulic Pumphouse, on former dockland which is now Barry Waterfront, and the Watchtower, at the...
2014/07/28 10:45
2014/07/28 10:45
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A TALENTED basket weaver has overcome a shortage of willow – she now grows her own. Mandy Coates, aged 53, will be demonstrating her skill at Ruthin Craft Centre as part of a series of free...
2014/07/28 05:20
2014/07/28 05:20
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The British Medical Association claims it has been effectively left out of a review aimed at learning lessons from controversial hospital changes being pushed through across Wales. Ann Lloyd, who...
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2014/07/28 05:20
2014/07/28 05:20
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The Welsh Government is wrong to spend nearly £1bn on an upgrade to the M4 when North Wales is “crying out” for investment, according to Arfon MP Hywel Williams. The Plaid Cymru MP – who supports the...
2014/07/27 06:20
2014/07/27 06:20
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A grieving mother who lost her severely premature son when doctors refused to treat him has launched a petition in a bid to change medical guidelines. Tiny Riley Goodger died in the early hours of...
2014/07/26 05:20
2014/07/26 05:20
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I doubt I’m the only person immersed in education who feels like they know Michael Gove, despite never having met him. So accustomed have we become to the former Education Secretary’s jostling with...
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2014/07/25 20:20
2014/07/25 20:20
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A senior councillor has dropped a council tax bombshell on Cardiff householders, warning rates could rise by 5% a year for the next three years. Councillor Graham Hinchey, head of corporate services...
2014/07/25 19:25
2014/07/25 19:25
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What is the collective noun for indicators of public service performance? A thicket? A fudge? Whatever it may be, the British government has announced yet another league table, this time packed with...
2014/07/25 18:21
2014/07/25 18:21
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Councils have called on restaurants and pub chains to stop “dragging their heels” and sign up to salt reduction targets. The Local Government Association (LGA) says just one restaurant group, Jamie’s...
2014/07/25 16:20
2014/07/25 16:20
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The NHS in Wales must address its problem with “bed blocking” so patients receive timely care in the most suitable surroundings, medical experts have warned. Monthly figures for June show a 25% rise...
2014/07/25 00:20
2014/07/25 00:20
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Pricing drinks based on their alcoholic content would help the most vulnerable groups in our communities and curb the harmful effects of substance misuse, a new report has found. There are fears the...
2014/07/29 20:21
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