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Redundancy threat at building firm

Workers at a Newport building firm face redundancy after the company warned it was going into administration, union leaders claim.

One dead and one hurt after crashes

A motorcyclist dies after a collision with a parked vehicle in Neath and a woman is seriously hurt after a crash in Swansea.

Easter visitors urged to take care

Holidaymakers are urged to take care over the holiday weekend, as good weather is expected to attract crowds to resorts and attractions in Wales.

Cardiff boss defends Gunnarsson

Boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer denies that midfielder Aron Gunnarsson was involved in an alleged leak of Cardiff team details.

Report arson plea after houses fire

An appeal is made for people to report deliberately started fires after crews spent several hours tackling a blaze at two properties in Flintshire.

Warning over patient divert system

A health watchdog boss warns lives are being put at risk by the system diverting ambulances after one patient was driven 50 miles despite a claim a nearer hospital had room.

Breakthrough in leukaemia treatment

Scientists at Cardiff University say they have made a significant breakthrough in the treatment of the most common form of leukaemia.

Bus operator to axe 14 services

The biggest bus operator in Wales announces it will axe 14 services and reduce eight others as it cuts its fleet by 10%.

Council's three-week bin bag plan

Black bag rubbish may be picked up every three weeks as Gwynedd council battles to avoid possible fines it "simply cannot afford".

'No chance' for trapped mine workers

The son of one of the four men who died when a mine in the Swansea Valley flooded tells a court he "knew straight away there was no chance for them boys".

£30m parking charges under fire

Local councils are urged to be open about whether they are using parking charges to raise income or to manage traffic.

Alarm thwarts giant veg saboteurs

A giant vegetable grower is using a hi-tech security system to protect his prize entries from saboteurs.

Festival 'lucky' to welcome stars

Organisers of the Hay Festival of literature say they are "incredibly lucky" to welcome big names such as Star Wars actress Carrie Fisher to this year's event.

Rural centre 'flawed from outset'

A new report criticises the way millions of pounds of public money was given to a heritage centre that closed three years after it opened.

Plant threat will cost park £10m

Work to remove rhododendrons which are spreading "like wild fire" in Snowdonia National Park will cost around £10m and take at least five years, claim officials.

Ruined Gwynedd mansion hit by fire

The remains of 19th Century country house that was gutted by a blaze more than 30 years ago is again hit by fire.

Switched-off buzzer strands jurors

Jurors at Mold Crown Court were left in their room for an extra three hours after reaching their verdict - because the court buzzer was inadvertently switched off.

Suspension over hospital revamp cost

An overspend on part of the £90 million redevelopment of Glan Clwyd hospital leads to the suspension of a member of the project team.

Ex-Remploy staff £2m help extended

A scheme to help disabled people back into work following the closure of Remploy factories is being extended using £2m in Welsh government funding.

Monastery £2m hospice funding boost

Monastery's plans to build a £2m inpatient hospice has moved a step closer after getting a £500,000 lottery boost.

Powys village green hearing stopped

A bid to turn eight-acres of fields in Brecon into a village green has been stopped in its tracks.

Eighth title 'emotional' for TNS skipper

The New Saints' eighth Welsh Premier title is particularly emotional for the team's captain, keeper Paul Harrison

Swansea hopeful over Michu fitness

Swansea City will give forward Michu a fitness test ahead of the vital Premier League clash at Newcastle United.

Police thefts exposed in sting

Two South Wales Police officers are convicted of theft after being caught in an undercover sting by their own force.

Funerals for teen 'bullying' deaths

The funerals take place of two 15-year-old boys found dead after alleged bullying.

Pulis happy to discuss Cardiff row

Crystal Palace boss Tony Pulis is willing to talk to the Premier League over Cardiff's claims of a team-sheet leak.

Boxer admits lap-dance club assault

An Olympic boxing silver medallist admits assaulting a reveller at a lap-dancing club after a row over a reality TV show.

Fireworks 'not to blame' for pile-up

Smoke from fireworks was "not to blame" for a pile-up on the M5 near Taunton which killed seven people, a coroner rules.

Rural centre 'flawed from outset'

A new report criticises the way millions of pounds of public money was given to a heritage centre that closed three years after it opened.

Abuse of steroid drug service denied

Claims that steroid dealers are using government-funded drug testing as guidance for which drugs to take are denied.


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