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City bakery 'makes 390 job losses'

A bakery in Newport is reported to be cutting 390 jobs by November.

Two more hospital 'neglect' arrests

Two more nurses have been arrested in connection with an investigation into allegations of wilful neglect at the Princess of Wales Hospital in Bridgend, say police.

Injured yachtsman taken to hospital

A yachtsman is taken to hospital after getting into difficulty in Newport Bay in Pembrokeshire.

Charity chief 'entitled' to policy

A former race equality chief tells his fraud trial he was "entitled" to take out a life assurance policy as part of his pension policy.

Girl, six, dies 'after choking'

A six-year-old girl has died after it is believed she choked while staying with her family at a holiday home in Gwynedd.

Pylon cable thieves to pay £1 each

A gang who risked their lives to scale electricity pylons to steal 45 tonnes of cable will only have to repay £1 each towards the proceeds of their crime.

Teenager raped woman in her 90s

A teenager who raped a woman in her 90s in the hall of her home has been jailed for 16 years at Newport Crown Court.

Ban after 'gruesome' fatal dog kick

A man who kicked a dog so hard she later died of her injuries is banned from keeping animals after what the RSPCA calls a "gruesome and aggressive act",

Gardener impaled on spikes dies

A gardener dies after being impaled on spiked railings while pruning a tree.

Vandalism at religious sites falls

Thieves and vandals struck 300 times at churches and religious buildings in north Wales over the last three years but offences fell last year, new figures show.

Cancer target missed for six years

A target requiring all urgent cancer patients in Wales to begin treatment within 62 days has now been missed for six years, the latest figures show.

Five in hospital after house blaze

Five people are taken to hospital as a precaution following a house fire in Conwy.

Tory leader's bare-knuckle boxer dad

Welsh Conservative leader Andrew RT Davies' talks of bare-knuckle boxer father who "didn't have two brass farthings to rub together".

App created to catch fly-tippers

An app is developed to crackdown on fly-tippers, which costs the Welsh taxpayer £2m a year.

OAP's nine years for raping boy, 14

An amateur radio enthusiast who raped a teenage boy who shared his interest is jailed for nine years.

Dead peregrine falcon was poisoned

A peregrine falcon found dead in Gwynedd was poisoned, police confirm.

Fast broadband in 100 phone areas

Superfast fibre-optic broadband is now available in 100 telephone exchange areas currently not covered by commercial providers, the Welsh government says.

Builder to sue for 'mis-sold' loan

A Flintshire builder whose company went under after he claims the RBS mis-sold him a government-backed loan is to sue the banking group.

Power scheme invite to residents

Residents of a Denbighshire town are invited to buy shares in a community hydro-electric power scheme.

Motorcyclist seriously hurt in crash

A 28-year-old motorcyclist from the Birmingham area is seriously injured in a road crash near Wrexham.

'Infatuated' pupil stalked teacher

An "infatuated" pupil who became obsessed with his music teacher is banned from contacting her after admitting harassment.

Four treated after house blaze

Four people are taken to hospital for treatment for smoke inhalation after a house fire at Llanfyllin, Powys, the Welsh Ambulance Service says.

April killer jail attack damages bid

Mark Bridger who abducted and murdered April Jones, who was five, seeks compensation after he was slashed by a fellow inmate with a knife made from a razor.

Old school's green transformation

An old school in Carmarthenshire is being transformed into a centre to showcase the latest green technologies.

Mum's disabled care changes concerns

A mother whose autistic son attends a day care centre in Swansea fears he and other vulnerable adults are becoming victims of council cuts.

Fracking protesters glued to doors

Anti-fracking campaigners claim to have super-glued themselves to the doors of a government building in orchestrated protests around the UK.

Sex with police officer 'flattering'

A woman prisoner who says she had sex with a police officer in a custody suite tells Cardiff Crown Court she was "flattered" by the attention.

Ospreys 'ready for life after Jones'

Ospreys are ready to move on after prop Adam Jones joined Cardiff Blues on a one-year deal, says coach Steve Tandy.

Cardiff to sue Palace over 'spygate'

Cardiff say they are to take legal action against Crystal Palace and their sporting director Iain Moody over 'spygate'.

Cancer target missed for six years

A target requiring all urgent cancer patients in Wales to begin treatment within 62 days has now been missed for six years, the latest figures show. News | Awards & Certificates | Promote Us | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | Uninstall Info

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