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Great British Bake-Off: Beca Lyne-Pirkis scrapes through after bread week struggle

Welsh baker Beca Lyne-Pirkis scrapped through into the next round of the Great British Bake-Off after struggling with bread week. The 31-year-old mum-of-one, from Penylan, Cardiff, was criticised for her misshapen bread sticks, and didn’t get her bake right in the show stopper, getting her spice sultana and honey Christmas wreath bread stuck on her baking tray, before being told …

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Bus fire closes busy road into Cardiff

One of Cardiff’s busiest roads was closed for a time after a coach caught fire this morning. The Edwards coach was travelling from Church Village when it caught fire on Manor Way. A spokeswoman for South Wales Police has confirmed the force was called out to assist with the bus fire on Cardiff’s Manor Way. She said: “We were called …

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Families across Wales are urged to shape up and defuse ill-health timebomb

Welsh weight

Families are being urged to make a pledge to change their lives and become healthier in a new campaign launched today. In the run-up to the new academic year, the Welsh Government is launching its Smart Restart campaign to promote healthier lifestyles in a bid to tackle some of Wales’ major public health issues. The campaign, which is part of …

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James Dean Bradfield: ‘On tour I caught Shane Williams rifling my fridge for beer’

Rugby nut James Dean Bradfield has lifted the lid on the  Manic Street Preachers’ jaunt  down under to follow the British and Irish Lions test series against Australia. Their tour saw them: Busking in the street for fans; Appearing with a Welsh rugby  star on stage; and Catching one of their heroes  rifling for beer in their fridge. “I’d got …

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‘Now I’ve accepted my hair will never grow back, it’s actually quite liberating’

When Catherine Townsend started to lose patches of hair when she was just five years old, it was the start of a long, often isolating, journey with alopecia. But as she nears her 40th birthday, there are no signs of any self-consciousness or unhappiness. She has learned to love and embrace her baldness and has finally come to terms with …

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Celebrity Big Brother 2013: Housemate Lauren Harries’ video shockers

Lauren Harries

Whether or not you’ve been watching Celebrity Big Brother this year, we’re betting you probably know who housemate Lauren Harries is. In case you need reminding she’s a sex change entertainer from Cardiff and a former child prodigy. At the tender age of 10  and as the candyfloss-haired James Harries she/he appeared on the Wogan show as an antiques expert. …

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Le Bistrot Pierre to launch in Cardiff

A chain of French restaurants is looking to create 30 jobs with the launch of a venue in Cardiff. Le Bistrot Pierre is opening a restaurant in the capital’s Old Brewery Quarter in late November. The firm, which opened a site in Plymouth in Easter, has pledged to use local suppliers wherever possible. The site of the venue was secured …

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Rumour mill: Cardiff City linked with fresh move for Jefferson Montero

Reports have emerged today suggesting Cardiff City are stepping up their interest in Ecuador winger Jefferson Montero – but WalesOnline understands any proposed deal is still a long way off. Sky Sports claim Montero is in the process of obtaining a visa that will allow him to travel to the UK for a medical with the Bluebirds. Sources inside the …

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What are the options for increased UK airport hub capacity?

The  issue of airport hub capacity in the UK is currently being looked at by an Airports Commission led by Sir Howard Davies which has to report on long term options for the UK after the next UK election in 2015. The commission is currently looking at submissions from airports and other stakeholders in the UK all with their own …

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David Cameron personally backs Cardiff Mardi Gras

Cardiff mardigras

David Cameron has personally backed the largest gay festival in Wales as it plans to  launch a revamped event  next week – just weeks after  he succeeded in getting gay marriage on to the statute  book. The Prime Minister gave  his personal backing to  Cardiff Mardi Gras in a letter to the organising committee ahead of the event on Saturday, …

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