Wales

Skewen: Coal Authority 'not liable' for mine flood damage

Residents label the authority’s stance “disgusting”, while MP says £500 repairs offer is “derisory”. Source link

Infected Blood Inquiry: Charity chairman admits 'disgraceful' comments

The head of an infected blood charity had called a victim “thick” and a “moaner”, inquiry hears. Source link

Monmouth Tory Nick Ramsay faces court battle over £25,000

Nick Ramsay, who is also fighting reselection, faces contempt hearing over refusal to pay legal costs. Source link

Covid: Rhybudd bod Môn yn 'un o'r cyfnodau mwyaf bregus'

Wrth i lefelau Covid-19 gynyddu ar Ynys Môn, rhybudd nad oes modd ymlacio er bod y darlun cenedlaethol yn gwella.…

Hunt for Cardiff ‘hero’ who saved Bobby Gamlin’s life

Mary Taylor wants to find and thank the “hero” who saved her brother’s life. The mystery man administered cardiopulmonary resuscitation…

Bournemouth 1-2 Cardiff City: Bluebirds into top six as McCarthy’s revival continues

Sean Morrison rose highest to head home his fourth goal of the season Mick McCarthy’s spectacular start to life as…

Y Bencampwriaeth: Bournemouth 1-2 Caerdydd

Rhediad gwych yr Adar Gleision yn parhau wedi iddyn nhw drechu Bournemouth oddi cartref. Source link

Mick McCarthy: We were never under pressure to reach the top six

Cardiff City manager Mick McCarthy says his side were never under pressure to reach the playoff places, but to avoid…

Home education: Children ‘failed’ decade after boy’s death

The review, which calls for changes to laws after the upcoming election, comes after Children’s Commissioner for Wales Sally Holland…

Covid: Fears college students 'struggled more' in lockdown

Students studying practical courses, like plumbing, were unable to access workshops and studios. Source link

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