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15th century recording studios used by Sabbath, Simple Minds, Levellers and the Manics put up for sale

Monnow Valley has seen the likes of Black Sabbath, Oasis, Tom Jones, Iggy Pop, Stereophonics, Queen, Pulp, Simple Minds, Phil Collins, Yes, Manic Street Preachers, Joss Stone, The Charlatans, Levellers, Editors, Biffy Clyro, Judas Priest and more visit in order to create what would become some of the biggest records in history. Old Mill House, before becoming Monnow Valley Studios, …

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Explore Welsh waters with Will Millard in new BBC series

Will Millard is back, this time exploring what lurks beneath the waters of Wales in a new TV series airing later this month. Episodes will air on BBC One Wales on Fridays at 7.30pm between Friday 21 June and Friday 12 July, and nationally available on BBC iPlayer. Friday 21June episode focuses on the Sewin, Friday 28 June on shark, …

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Campsite owner jailed after he deliberately shot dead otter trapped in fishing net

A campsite owner has been jailed for two months after he deliberately killed an otter that had become trapped in a net. Stuart Karl John Jones, 54, of Chilthorne Domer, was sentenced after pleading guilty to deliberately killing a wild animal of a European protected species, namely a Eurasian otter (Lutra lutra), contrary to the Conservation of Habitats and Species …

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Underhill tasted rivalry with Wales when he was student at Cardiff University

Sam Underhill was given a taste of one of rugby’s great rivalries when he watched Wales’ most recent victory at Twickenham from the students’ union bar at Cardiff University. England were defeated 21-16 in the World Cup group phase five years ago but have not lost to Saturday’s visitors on home soil since. Underhill was studying for an economics degree …

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Angling fury as Wales backtracks on farm pollution curbs

Upset anglers have accused the Welsh Government of caving into farming pressure over planned curbs on agricultural pollution. In a statement to the Senedd, rural affairs minister Lesley Griffiths said she may rein back on new Nitrate Vulnerable Zone-style regulations across Wales, designed to protect rivers and lakes. Originally due to start on January 1,  she said she will now …

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NHS workers in Wales ask people to stay at home with dance video

Staff at the Royal Glamorgan Hospital in Wales used the medium of dance to ask people to stay at home during the coronavirus pandemic. The NHS workers held up letters that spelt out “stay at home”, as well as signs that read “feel the love” and “help our NHS”. “An important message from our paediatric team at RGH,” a tweet …

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Wolves’ Dion Sanderson seals Cardiff loan switch

The 20-year-old, from Wednesfield, heads to the Welsh capital after making his senior Wolves debut against Villa in the Carabao Cup earlier this campaign. He can play as a centre-half, right-back or right-wing-back and has been a regular for the under-23s over the past couple of seasons.

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