BBC Radio 5 live apologises for a tweet asking someone to speak about “why the Welsh language should die” on air.
The Vale of Glamorgan council’s director of education is killed in a cycling accident in France.
BUTTERFLIES are proving a huge hit at the National Botanic Garden of Wales with a big increase in visitors at the Carmarthenshire attraction. Bosses at the Garden are celebrating a four-figure year-on-year rise in visitors for July – which includes a massive 36% increase in family visitors. New Garden director Huw Francis said: “Our summer marketing […]
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Carmarthenshire based publisher ThunderPoint Publishing has had one of its titles longlisted for the prestigious Not The Booker Prize. Changed Times, by Ethyl Smith, is a Scottish historical novel published in April 2016, partially written in Scots. It has received critical acclaim for its portrayal of a notorious period in Scottish history and its use […]
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A post-Brexit Wales needs a rethink of economic policies and not just a “business-as-usual” approach, according to a think tank.