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Temperatures drop as Barry Island parkrunners enjoy sea views on new alternative course

Runners making their way through the gardens at the end of lap one. Picture: Russell Thorne

WITH a definite drop in temperature on Friday night Barry Island parkrun’s first job of the day was a course inspection.

11:02am Tuesday 24 January 2017

Penarth Seasiders miss opportunity to secure bonus point victory

Caught at first bounce - Huw Elias with the first try. Picture: Alun Roach

Penarth 19

11:02am Tuesday 24 January 2017

PICTURE: Thousands of wipes removed from Stroud sewer after causing huge blockage

The mound of wipes that Severn Trent removed from the sewer in London Road

THOUSANDS of wipes have been removed from the sewer in Stroud Town Centre after they caused a mass blockage.

10:53am Tuesday 24 January 2017

FOOTBALL: Leaders Sherston come from three goals down to win 13-goal thriller

Local football

SHERSTON stayed top of the Cirencester League's Division Two table after coming off best in a 13-goal thriller with Kingshill.

10:52am Tuesday 24 January 2017

Pay scandal costs revealed

THE full cost to taxpayers of the long-running pay scandal at Caerphilly county Borough Council is set to hit £2.5 million, the local authority has confirmed.  That is £2.5 million that could have been used educating our children or…

10:46am Tuesday 24 January 2017

Brilliant festive celebrations

OUR Winter celebration grant, from Age Cymru, enabled members to enjoy a Christmas dinner and entertainment in our community hall.   Everyone had a wonderful time and really enjoyed their special festive celebration.  Many thanks to Age…

10:46am Tuesday 24 January 2017

Recycling and fly tipping links?

AN AM HAS expressed concern that rapid implementation of stricter recycling policies in Wales will lead to increased fly tipping.  Naturally, the Assembly disagrees and says there is no link between fly tipping and sanctions to “encourage”…

10:45am Tuesday 24 January 2017

Large amounts of rubbish

IN APRIL 2015 I wrote to this page, pointing out the amount of rubbish dumped over the walls of the old Sainsbury site on Wyndham Street, Newport. A problem which, I was informed was not the responsibility of the council, despite the obvious vermin…

10:45am Tuesday 24 January 2017

Dog mess on Newport streets

I WONDER if Jim Dyer and Dave Humphries will respond to “Disgusting dog mess stopping our kids playing”(Argus 19.1.17), as reported by parent Mr Ky-lee Hill, of Durham Road, St Julians, Newport. In the Argus letters pages a few months ago,…

10:44am Tuesday 24 January 2017

Fire crews tackle computer fire at Ministry of Defence HQ in South Gloucestershire

Figherfighters from Temple, Patchway and Southmead attended the scene.

FIREFIGHTERS were called to a computer fire at the Ministry of Defence headquarters in South Gloucestershire this morning.

10:39am Tuesday 24 January 2017
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