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Cardiff and it’s Bay

Cook searching for quick answers

Alastair Cook needs to find some effective answers quickly if England are to avoid making a damaging false start to their World Cup preparations. After a 133-run trouncing against India in Cardiff, the hosts must hit back in the third one-day international at Trent Bridge on Saturday to retain any chance of winning the Royal London Series. The consolation for …

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Dozens of court cafes could close

By Press Association Published: 22:01 EST, 29 August 2014 | Updated: 22:01 EST, 29 August 2014 Dozens of cafes at crown courts in England and Wales could be set to close. A contract for running 67 canteens – by Compass Group-owned Eurest – expires this weekend. HM Courts Tribunals officials are still in negotiations with other firms but it is …

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Crimestoppers offers reward of up to £2000 for information on man wanted in …

29 August 2014 Independent charity Crimestoppers is today offering a reward of up to £2,000 for information leading to the arrest of a man wanted in connection with attacking two police officers in Manchester with a baseball bat an­d a heavy-duty bike chain. John Parkes, 41, from Blackley, is accused of the attack on the police officers, which occurred on …

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Crimestoppers challenges people in Manchester to add ‘Your Voice’ and speak …

27 August 2014 The independent charity Crimestoppers has launched a major campaign to tackle burglary and vehicle crime in Manchester. The campaign, Your Voice – Speak out about crime in your community, challenges the public to make a choice between who they are going to support, their community or the criminals. It is only by members of the public contacting …

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Fa considering 2028 bid

By Press Association Published: 09:30 EST, 28 August 2014 | Updated: 09:31 EST, 28 August 2014 England are confident of winning the bid for Wembley to host the final of Euro 2020 and will consider a bid to host the entire Euro 2028 tournament, Football Association general secretary Alex Horne has revealed. Only Munich is standing against Wembley to host …

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Torfaen councillor defiant as Facebook post branded ‘anti-muslim’

(9748470) Mike Harris Torfaen councillor (9742487) First published in News Last updated by Hayley Mills COMPLAINTS have been made after a Torfaen councillor used the term “muzzy” in a post on Facebook – but he denies the comment was an anti-Muslim slur. Torfaen independent councillor Mike Harris, the chairman of safer communities overview and scrutiny, posted “Once a Muzzy!” on …

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Federer turns on the style

Roger Federer put on a show in front of Michael Jordan to reach the second round of the US Open. Federer tweeted a picture with the former basketball great on Monday and Jordan was in the Swiss star’s box as he opened his campaign at Flushing Meadows with a 6-3 6-4 7-6 (7/4) win over Marinko Matosevic. Federer arrived in …

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Carterton turns out to greet Wreath of Respect

Royal British Legion Riders in a convoy delivering the wreath. Picture: OX69335 Damian Halliwell The wreath was handed to Carterton mayor, Lynn Little, by the RBL’s Allan Stephens. Picture: OX69335 Damian Halliwell First published in Headlines A CROWD of 50 ex-servicemen and well-wishers last night welcomed a cavalcade carrying a wreath into Carterton as part of its UK tour. The …

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Wales training bases for Rugby World Cup announced

Wales will share the facilities with France. Other training venues in Wales are the Celtic Manor Resort, near Newport, Cardiff Metropolitan University, Sports Wales National Centre, also in Cardiff, and Swansea University.

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