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Daily Archives: April 13, 2019

Warnock: There’s a fighting spirit in our boys

Neil Warnock held a pre-match press conference on Friday morning, ahead of the Bluebirds’ weekend trip to face Burnley at Turf Moor. “The games are so important now,” he began at Cardiff City Stadium. “We’re definitely going to have to take points from these next two games. “It’s not just the fixture list – it’s playing teams at the right …

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Missing Tapiwa Matuwi’s family consider private investigator

Image copyright family handout Image caption Tapiwa Matuwi was last seen near Swansea Marina at about 07:00 GMT on 7 February The father of a missing 21-year-old musician has said his family are considering hiring a private investigator in a bid to find him. Tapiwa Matuwi was last seen near Swansea Marina at about 07:00 GMT on 7 February after …

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Bartley’s Match Facts: Burnley vs. Cardiff City

Hey Junior Bluebirds! This weekend we travel to Turf Moor to play against Burnley! If you’re travelling up there then I hope that you have a safe journey and enjoy the match! With Saturday’s match in mind, let’s have a look at some of Bartley’s Match Facts! Bartley’s must-know Match Facts for Cardiff City vs. Burnley * Burnley’s top goalscorer …

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Just why does parking make so many people so damn angry?

Between  Brexit chaos and a black hole the size of three million planet Earths you’d think some people would have enough to worry about. But it’s often the small things that cause the biggest reactions. This occurred to me this week as a man who appeared to be on the brink of spontaneous combustion screamed at me through his car …

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Boy found dead in Ystrad Mynach named as Carson Price

Image caption Police are treating the death as unexplained A 13-year-old boy who died after being found unconscious in a Caerphilly park has been named locally as Carson Price. Police were called to Ystrad Mynach Park at about 19:20 BST on Friday 12 April. The teenager was taken to University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff where he was pronounced dead. …

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Pedestrian hit by vehicle on Castle Street in Cardiff

A pedestrian has been hit by a vehicle on a busy Cardiff street. South Wales Police were called to Castle Street in the city centre just after 4pm. The incident caused delays to several Cardiff Bus services which were diverted.

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Lee Taylor jailed for driving at rival football supporters

Image copyright Wales News Service Image caption Mr Taylor claimed he was called “fatty” and chased by the rival supporters A footballer who drove his car at 11 supporters of a rival team has been jailed for 10 years. Lee Taylor, 36, of Port Talbot, was described as using his BMW as a “one-tonne weapon” to “knock down spectators like …

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‘My son was murdered but the people who did it have never been brought to justice’

Sitting on the sofa of his flat, Alan Vaughan takes a drag from his cigarette and looks at a photo of his wife and son. The image of Mary and Kyle on the mantelpiece is one of the many mementos that decorate his living room, reminding him of a happier time when the Vaughan family was just like any other. …

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Angling Notes: ‘Salmon of the River Lee’ an engaging read

salmon of River Lee

“That was a great river; I would love to have fished it in its heyday” is how Dan O’Donovan sums up his eulogy of his beloved river. As author of Salmon of the River Lee, his new book provides a comprehensive insight into its rise and fall encompassing almost two centuries. His research is immense. Delving into history books as …

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