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People have written brilliant responses to Brexit in suggestion boxes that have popped up in a Welsh town

Mysterious “ballot boxes” placed around a Welsh town have seen people express their regret – and at times anger – about Britain choosing to leave the European Union. Named a ‘Regreterendum’, six of the wooden boxes were placed around Penarth in the Vale of Glamorgan asking passers-by questions such as “Did you go too Far(age)?”, “were you mis-sold Brexit?” and …

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These are Cardiff’s most popular drinks as delivered by Deliveroo

It’s Saturday night, you’re at home and you’ve just downed the very last beer in the fridge. Or perhaps you’ve drained that final bottle of wine from the cupboard – either way, the nearest pub is too far to walk and you’ve had one too many to drive. So what do you do? Well, according to Deliveroo – Cardiff’s leading …

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Police continue to search for 29-year-old man who disappeared from his Cardiff home

Police are continuing to search for a 29-year-old from Cardiff who was reported missing earlier this month. Duncan Law, from Radyr, has not been seen at home since Saturday, July 10. He was reported missing on Monday, July 18. A South Wales Police spokesman said Mr Law’s black 56-plate Honda Civic car was also missing. “His family and friends are …

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Swastikas drawn on walls of factory toilets in Cardiff, tribunal finds

Swastikas were drawn on the walls of men’s toilets at a factory in Cardiff, an employment tribunal has found. The tribunal, concerning powder coating company Euro Quality Coatings , found the symbols, associated with Nazism, were “unquestionably offensive”. In a written judgement, employment judge Paul Cadney said: “It is impossible not to conclude that the respondent failed to treat this …

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A giant postcard has appeared outside Cardiff’s City Hall

A 20ft giant postcard has been put on display in Cardiff to highlight the “crisis” affecting the Post Office after the announcement of six closures in Wales. Members of the Communication Workers Union – which represents Post Office staff and workers – alongside politicians, accompanied the postcard on the side of a double-decker bus to City Hall on Thursday. The …

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Family of soldier who died in Brecon Beacons three years ago say questions need to be answered again after latest death

The father and widow of a soldier who died in a training exercise in the Brecon Beacons in 2013 have offered their condolences to family of Josh Hoole. Superfit soldier Mr Hoole, 26, from Scotland, died during a training exercise in the Brecon Beacons during an exercise with the Rifles regiment on the hottest day of the year. Dyfed-Powys Police …

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Record number of Welsh open spaces collect Green Flag Awards

A record number of parks and green spaces in Wales will be flying a Green Flag Award this year. A total of 161 sites across the country have met the high standard needed to receive the Green Flag Award or Green Flag Community Award. Last year 110 Welsh parks and spaces got the award – meaning the figure has risen …

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Service bus bursts into flames in Cardiff city centre

A bus has burst into flames in the middle of Cardiff city centre. The emergency services were called to Castle Street at 8.34pm where the bus had burst into flames outside the Angel Hotel. Fire crews are still at the scene battling the fire using hose reel, foam jet and breathing apparatus. Bus fire in Cardiff! Mental. pic.twitter.com/quW74A70FG — Joe …

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Introducing Park House Restaurant’s new signature dish

Since 2005, Park House restaurant has impressed diners with its quality ingredients and dishes that focus on texture, flavour and excitement. It specialises in modern European food and the staff have a passion for wild game- all sourced from the best of British produce. Drinks are taken as seriously as food at Park House, as its ethos is that a …

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Cornish clothes brand Seasalt is opening its first Welsh store

One of Cornwall’s most popular homegrown retailers, Seasalt, is coming to Cardiff this autumn. The new store will offer women’s clothing, footwear and homeware that reflect the maritime and artistic heritage of Cornwall. Also famous for their high quality outerwear, Seasalt’s Rain collection is tried and tested on Cornish clifftops. The brand was the first fashion company to have garments …

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