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Developer denies altering listed building

Kim Gregory Davies (59), pleaded not guilty to five offences under the Planning Act 1990. A PROPERTY developer has appeared in court to deny altering the character of the Grade II-listed building behind the hymn ‘All Things Bright And Beautiful’. Kim Gregory Davies (59), pleaded not guilty to five offences under the Planning Act 1990. He is accused of making …

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Is This Ebolas Tipping Point?

The current Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone, Guinea, and Liberia has lasted almost six months. Small progress has been made in terms of control, but yesterday’s modest advance often appears offset by tomorrow’s new catastrophe. The best news is from Nigeria, which saw a few cases related to an infected traveler. There the epidemic appears to have been halted although …

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The latest live news, sport, traffic, weather, comment and showbiz from Wales

Join breaking news reporter Cathy Owen and the rest of the team from 7am till late for the latest traffic,sport entertainment and breaking news updates. From the region’s roads to the latest on the railways, buses and weather, we are here to keep you up to date with everything you need to know. If you have spotted something you want …

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GET INVOLVED: Who do you want your club to sign? #bbcdeadlineday

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South Wales Echo letters: Friday, August 22, 2014

Strike is the perfect chance to go vegan Next week’s walkout by Food Standards Agency meat inspectors provides the perfect opportunity for anyone who has ever considered trying out a vegan diet to do it and join one of the fastest growing movements in food.] Following the horsemeat scandal and the recent revelation that most chicken flesh sold in the …

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Study Proves Dogs Can Feel Jealousy

Does your dog ever behave in what appears to be a jealous manner when you interact with a friend’s canine companion? How about his behaviors around toys or food? Does your dog suddenly become more interested in his playthings or meals in the presence of another pooch? I have certainly seen my own dog, Cardiff, exhibit such above behaviors. When …

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Children ask Nato summit leaders for peace and no poverty

(8608658) Newport NATO Summit Logo (7529329) Newport NATO Summit Logo (7529387) First published in News PRIMARY school pupils from two Newport schools have been given the chance to pen personal messages for the Nato world leaders ahead of the summit in September. Classes from Mount Pleasant Primary School and Pillgwenlly Primary School have been writing messages which will be personally …

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Passerby Finds Five Adorable Kittens Who Were Left to Die in a Suitcase on the …

Cats can be a handful to take care of for sure, but it is hard to understand why anybody would just toss kittens aside and abandon them. In these photos, you will see some adorable nine-week-old kittens that a passerby found on the street and rescued in Cardiff, Wales. The person stumbled upon a suitcase, then opened it to find five …

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Vale of Glamorgan: Your community news

BRIDGEND TOWN Send Your News To: Natalie Murphy 7 Lon-Y-Bugail, Llangewydd Court, Bridgend 01656 663041 POST OFFICE : Thank you to the staff at the Post Office in Dunraven Place. The newly refurbished Post Office is not completely running as smooth as staff had hoped. The welcoming machine in the doorway asking you what service you require doesn’t always work …

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World Cup’s 10 funniest moments…from Thomas Muller’s comedy free kick …

  Arsene Wenger’s bond moment and Neymar’s slip had people giggling Luis Suarez, Ezequiel Lavezzi and a cool linesman also make our list Mathieu Valbuena and FA chairman Greg Dyke did not escape ridicule By Adam Crafton Published: 06:37 EST, 7 July 2014 The World Cup has seen some fantastic games and goals but perhaps just as notably, some brilliantly …

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