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March 2016

This Cardiff prisoner is annoyed he is being served 'mouldy' cheese sandwiches while paying visitors enjoy fine dining

An inmate at Cardiff Prison has kicked off about life behind bars – by penning a complaint about being served 'mouldy' cheese and pickle sandwiches. The prisoner, who identified himself as Mark Robson, wrote to WalesOnline to moan about being fed the ...and more »

Hero who rescued blind man with dementia from a canal is revealed as Caerphilly lottery winner

A heroic jogger from Caerphilly who rescued a pensioner from a canal has been revealed as a millionaire lottery winner. Alun Jones, who, by mere chance was at the right place at the right time to save vulnerable pensioner Neville Tyldesley proved that ...and more »

These Welsh schoolboys are taking on future stars from the giants of Italian football

A schoolboy football team from Wales is set to take on the teenage stars of Italian giants Juventus. The under-14 players were stunned to learn they had qualified for a prestige cup featuring the cream of Serie-A's young talent. The football minnows ...and more »

Police start forensic investigation after cordoning off area of Cardiff city centre following reports of assault

Police cordoned off an area of Cardiff city centre on Thursday night and said they have now started a forensic investigation. South Wales Police said they were called to Wood Street at 6.18pm following reports of an assault. A 17-year-old boy was taken ...and more »

Teenager taken to hospital as police cordon off area of Cardiff city centre following reports of assault

Police have cordoned off an area of Cardiff city centre and a 17-year-old boy has been taken to hospital. The corner of Wood Street near the Abacus art gallery has been closed off by officers. Police were called to the scene at 6.18pm following reports ...and more »

Spytty fire drew over 400 firefighters to Newport

The stations who attended during the fire were: Aberbargoed, Abercarn, Abercynon, Aberdare, Abersychan, Barry, Blaenavon, Brynmawr, Caerphilly, Caldicot, Cardiff Central, Cwmbran, Duffryn, Llantwit Major, Maindee, Malpas, Merthyr Tydfil, Monmouth, ...

Football back at the Principality Stadium! Wales test out surface ahead of 2017 Champions League Final

Principality Stadium chiefs have been working with the Football Association of Wales as the venue prepares to host the 2017 Champions League final. During the recent block of international friendlies, Chris Coleman's current crop were the first to test ...

Motorcyclist dies after crash with goods vehicle in Vale of Glamorgan

A motorcyclist has died following a crash with a goods vehicle in the Vale of Glamorgan . The collision happened on the B4270 Llandow, near Cowbridge , at its junction with the entrance to Llandow Carting circuit, on Thursday. A red Scania goods ...and more »

How Welsh football clubs could miss out if Britain wasn't a member of the European Union

Six Swansea City stars would not be eligible to play for the club if Britain was not in the EU . That is the claim being made by campaign group Stronger In, which says some European players could be denied work permits if the UK wasn't a member of the EU.

Cardiff could be left without taxis after cabbies threaten to strike over council crackdown

Clubbers and partygoers in Cardiff could be left without taxis on four weekend nights this month after cabbies threatened to go on strike. The city's Hackney Driver Association said members are planning to take action on April 15 and 16 and April 22 ...

Monster Jam is at the Principality Stadium and tickets are on sale tomorrow

Action-packed, motorised mayhem will be released at Cardiff's Principality Stadium this September and the tickets are onsale tomorrow (Friday) for you to be there. Monster Jam returns to the capital on September 3 and will bring with it gravity-defying ...

Spring in to Green Waste Recycling

Turn over a new leaf and recycle your garden waste this Spring. 

Care and support in Wales is changing

Care and support in Wales is changing. From April 6, people will have more say about how social services assess and deliver their care and support.

13 things you don't see in Aberdare any more

Like so many of the South Wales valleys towns, Aberdare has changed a lot down the years - and continues to do so. Do you remember the days of Woolworths, the Aberdare Co-operative store and the Ynys stadium? We've dug deep into our archives of the ...

Rise in fly

Fly-tipping in Cardiff is on the up, with new figures showing there have already been more than 1,300 cases reported this year. Between April 2015 and February 2016, there were 5,207 reports of fly-tipping recorded by Cardiff council. By comparison, in ...

The best hoaxes from last April Fools' Day in Wales

Whether you're a prankster or not, you won't be able to get away from the fact that it's April Fools' Day tomorrow. Here are some of the jokes which were on us last year... Underwater dining? St. George's Hotel in Llandudno boasted that they had bought ...

Bedwas hoping to help Dragons fire again

BEDWAS boss Steve Law is delighted to be helping in the comebacks of 'old boys' Jack Dixon and James Thomas while he believes one of their fellow Dragons is back on the up after injury frustration, writes Chris Kirwan. Centre Dixon, 21, is set for his ...and more »