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Poster boy’s ‘trashy’ show of art

Misfit Love is the first exhibition of original illustrations by gig poster designer and horror movie fanatic Adam Chard, more widely known by his work nom-de-plume Croatoan. Those attending the exhibition, which opens at The SHO Gallery in Cardiff can expect lovingly-inked zombies, monsters and video nasties – trash culture pumped through a rotten heart. View gallery “ “ “ …

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Let the Battle Royal commence

History  will be brought to life at Cardiff Castle this weekend. There will be Roundheads and Cavaliers battling it out and live entertainment topped off with a spectacular fireworks finale. Named Battle Royal, there will be action-packed displays culminating with two gala concerts tomorrow and Sunday night. The event is an initiative by Firing Line – The Museum of the …

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Restaurant review: Deri Inn, Rhiwbina, Cardiff

When my husband described our meal out as like ‘the curate’s egg,’ I had have to admit that Mr Google had to help me out with a definition for what on earth he was on about. The only eggs on the menu at the Deri Inn, in Rhiwbina, Cardiff, were served with gammon on the evening set menu of three …

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Robbie Williams as Doctor Who? It very nearly happened…

Who would have thought it? Take That star Robbie Williams came close to being cast as Doctor Who , it has been revealed. Peter Capaldi has recently been cast as the 12th Time Lord replacing the current Doctor Matt Smith who bows out at Christmas.            View gallery “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ “ View gallery   …

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Get the balance right for vital vitamin D

vitamin D

THE importance of vitamin D in our diets has been highlighted by health experts in the past few months as they raised concerns about the growing incidence of vitamin D deficiency amongst the UK population. Despite the recent summer heatwave, our diets and the lack of year-round sunlight means the UK has been described by health professionals as being in …

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Five to appear in court over alleged street brawl in Newport

Five men will appear in court today following an alleged street brawl which saw armed police called out to a quiet residential area of Newport. On Monday armed police were deployed to Bank Street – in the St Julian’s area of Newport – after Gwent Police stated getting 999 calls from members of the public. A spokesman for the force …

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Celebrity Big Brother 2013: Danielle Marr gets her marching orders from the house

Irish Danielle Marr is the first housemate to be evicted from the Celebrity Big Brother House, after being put up for nomination by Welsh contestant Lauren Harries and her Cult of Celebrity group. The reality star and businesswoman had been up against former football manager Ron Atkinson and soap star Vicky Entwistle for eviction. As a prize for getting through, …

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Dave Owens: Thanks for helping our little girl grow

Today will be a day when the trembling of  the bottom lip will be as hard to control  as the stemming of the tide from overworked  tear ducts. There are many milestones in the personal  growth and development of your child but later  today the end of an era will be reached as we  pick up our excitable little girl …

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Back to school: How to cope with those first days

Never mind the  children, how do  you cope with the  first day of  school? How can you help them to  prepare for the start of the  school term next Tuesday? Starting lessons for the first  time or changing school can be  an anxious transition for some  children. Teaching expert  Nicola Morgan, a behaviour management  consultant, who works in several  schools …

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Alfie Sullock latest: Man accused of assault refused bail

A man accused of assaulting a six-week-old baby who later died failed today in a bid to be freed on bail. Detectives are still investigating the death of Alfie Sullock after paramedics were called to an address in Nelson, near Caerphilly, on Friday, August 16, amid reports a child had stopped breathing. Michael Pearce, 32, of Nelson, was charged with …

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