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Wedding transport bright idea will help Marie Curie

A Cowbridge usinessman came up with a novel solution when 20 American guests arrived for his daughter’s wedding – he bought a minibus.

Now that the nuptials are over, Robert James is so pleased at how things worked out that he has decided to ... read on

A?FRAUDSTER who dishonestly obtained benefits of nearly £28,000, has been jailed for six months, the sentence suspended for one year, and fined £10,000 at Cardiff Crown Court. read on...
THE pioneering ReNeuron company, which is relocating from England to Wales as part of a £33m investment – has signed an agreement with the Welsh Government to lease a landmark building at Pencoed Technology Park, near Bridgend. read on...
RESIDENTS in an area of Barry fear that they and their children may have been exposed to the dangers of asbestos. read on...
A BRIDGEND householder felt “betrayed” when a close friend and compatriot deliberately targeted his home and raided it when he was on holiday. read on...

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Abercwmboi hosted Barry on Saturday on a day ready-made for a serious competition between sides near the top of the table. The playing conditions were excellent but there were other aspects of the fixture which conspired to ruin the game as an afternoon’s enjoyable experience. The visitors started brightly with their intent to play open rugby epitomised by Luke O’Sullivan and White. For the other side, the hard-running home backs look dangerous with ball in hand. Barry were behind after 10 minutes to an Abercwmboi penalty when a Barry hand was observed to offend at a ruck. The visitors then conceded a simple try by being guilty of non-existent tackling among the inside backs. They responded by putting pressure on the home defence, which began to wobble. First Ryan was denied a penalty success by the woodwork, then they elected to take an abortive tap penalty from an identical position, a decision that baffled most observers and let their opponents off the hook. Barry were su... read on

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