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Articles from Wales Online (Cardiff, Wales) (August 8, 2022)

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'Absolutely terrified we'd get stuck in the mine and the spiders at the end!': The brilliant memories of Nutty Jakes Gold Mine; 'Nutty Jake don't like anyone going down his mine'. By, Angharad Thomas 538
'Beautiful' and 'loving' teenager dies in single-vehicle crash; Chloe Hayman died after a crash in Fochriw on Sunday July 24. By, Ffion Lewis 363
'Craziest two minutes of rugby ever' during England match leaves 2.5m viewers gobsmacked; This try from Bryce Campbell was pure chaos. By, Dylan James 285
'I'm developing my first house, now I've found out they are opening a centre for women offenders on my doorstep'; Residents in Cockett claim they have been 'left in the dark' over the new development which they believe is unsuitable for their area. By, Rhodri Harrison 1719
'Like a scene out of jaws' says dad of Brit boy, 8, attacked by shark in Bahamas; Finley Downer was pulled to safety by his sister. By, Claudia Rowan (PA) & Steven Smith 358
'Real sprint' needed for NHS to be ready for winter, Health Secretary warns; Seasonal flu, Covid-19 and the cost-of-living crisis will have an affect, says Steve Barclay. By, Dominic Picksley 584
'Why we decided to open a fully inclusive wellness space in Llanelli'; 'It's a queer-run business, my partner Jay is trans so it was super important to have representation here'. By, Katie Hoggan 750
'Your Danny, your John' John Travolta pays emotional tribute to Olivia Newton John; "Yours from the first moment I saw you and forever!". By, Kathryn Williams & Anna Lewis 436
34-minute Darth Vader is irrelevant, says expert on history and politics; Dr Chris Kempshall's new book shows how The Empire used to represent the Soviet Union, then it became the USA. By, Neil Shaw 687
A Swansea car park is no longer free for three hours and people are getting caught out; It is not the first time Alliance Parking has changed the rules there. By, Robert Dalling 776
All the help available for families in Wales to pay for school and college costs; The Welsh Government said it knows families will be worried about the rising cost of living, especially preparing for the new school term. By, Abbie Wightwick 278
Around half of English councils hand out cash from £1.5bn pandemic fund; Thousands of companies could miss out on millions of pounds' worth of funding. By, Henry Saker-Clark & Dominic Picksley 472
Asda criticised for bright yellow 'poverty marking' packaging on new range; One shopper said the bright colour screams: "We are poor!". By, Charlie Duffield & Neil Shaw 245
Asda, Tesco, Aldi, Lidl fish fingers put to the test as Birds Eye prices rocket to £7.50; Supermarket own-brand versions have been pitted against the big name with all of them given a good grilling. By, Dianne Bourne & Richard Blackledge 1150
Australia fields athlete with Covid and wins gold at Commonwealth Games; The team has been criticised for allowing a player to take part after testing positive for the virus. By, Neil Shaw 534
Avoid being ripped off in Spain's bars and restaurants with these simple tips; All establishments that provide services to the public must by law have the forms used to make an official complaint. By, Brett Gibbons 487
Avoid being ripped-off in Spain's bars and restaurants with these simple tips; All establishments that provide services to the public must by law have the forms used to make an official complaint. By, Brett Gibbons 487
Award for teen who saved life and went on to form U18 team with no fees; Joshua has been hailed as an inspiration. By, Neil Shaw 333
BBC Radio 2 to announce Eurovision 2023 host city shortlist on Friday; It will be confirmed on August 12 which UK cities have made the shortlist. By, Connie Evans & Annie Roberts 479
Beautiful mural in Newport vandalised just weeks after it's painted in 'vindictive' attack; 'Now every day someone sees that, they will think 'why can't we have nice things?''. By, Ryan O'Neill 550
Best free roaming SIM deals you can get right now as Martin Lewis calls for more consumer protections; We've compiled a list of the best SIM deals you can get right now that offer free EU data roaming. By, Gemma Sherlock 951
Boris is among the most popular of 2022 -in names for tomcats; The Prime Minister did not prove as popular as the god of mischief Loki. By, Neil Shaw 318
Brains pub in Cardiff city centre to be taken over by Scandinavian chain; The team behind Pryzm and Heidi's Bier Bar are now hoping to bring a Proud Mary pub to the UK. By, John Jones 618
Britain bracing itself for another heatwave, with highs of 35C; More hot weather is on the way, while the long drought is also set to continue. By, Sophie Wingate, Nina Lloyd & Dominic Picksley 538
Brothers' targeted campaign of intimidation against terrified ex-partner; Christopher Watts recruited his stepbrother Andrew Clarke to target his former partner by ramming her car. By, Jason Evans 1458
Cardiff 10K runners to receive refund as organisers respond to backlash over cancelled event; Organisers announced the cancellation of the event last week as a virtual version was initially set to take place. By, Elizabeth Thomas 645
Cardiff City news as Morison to make transfer calls at end of 'strange month' and former Aston Villa striker linked; The latest Bluebirds news at Cardiff City Stadium. By, Glen Williams 977
Cardiff City star's telling reaction and the ex-Tottenham man and impact sub waiting to pounce; The Bluebirds have outperformed their expected goals output for the first two games but the strikers have looked unthreatening so far. By, Glen Williams 1132
Catherine Zeta-Jones shares rare baby picture of son Dylan as she marks his 22nd birthday; The Welsh actress has two children with actor Michael Douglas. By, Sam Cook 412
Ceasefire takes effect after three days of violence in Gaza; Egyptians work to end flare-up of fighting between Israel and Palestinians. By, Fares Akram and Tia Goldenberg, Associated Press & Nick Wood 515
Channel migrants total passes 13,000 since Rwanda plan announced; It brings the total number of people who have crossed the English Channel so far this year to 18,284 with more arrivals reported on Monday. By, Benedict Smith, PA & Brett Gibbons 297
Child dies following incident in Pembrokeshire; Police have launched an investigation. By, Robert Harries 232
Commonwealth Games 2022 Closing Ceremony: Who are Musical Youth, Jorja Smith, Dexys Midnight Runners and all the acts performing? 2022's Commonwealth Games look set to go out with a bang -here's how to watch it and when it's on; 2022's Commonwealth Games look set to go out with a bang -here's how to watch it and when it's on. By, Sam Cook 1266
Coronation Street to explore loneliness and suicide in Audrey Roberts storyline; "The reasons for suicide are complex and very rarely down to one issue, which Audrey's story has really captured.". By, Neil Shaw 574
Cost of living crisis forces parents to cut back on pocket money; The average amount given to children under 16 has fallen to lowest level since 2001 as families look to make savings. By, Stephen Pitts 397
Cost of living crisis making more people use cash, Post Office figures show; There has been a massive increase in cash withdrawals. By, Vicky Shaw, PA Personal Finance Correspondent & Kirstie McCrum 281
Covid: New variants could emerge from animals or people with chronic infections; Even though we know a lot about how mutation occurs, it's incredibly difficult to pinpoint where specific variants came from. By, Grace C Roberts, University of Leeds 1034
Currys giving shoppers £5 voucher in exchange for old, broken, or unused tech; It has unveiled 'walls of waste' in three UK cities for passers-by to help themselves to. By, Lorna Hughes 359
Dad, who says he has been let down by solicitors, now facing a £12,500 bill over a lease extension issue; Middlesbrough father bought a property 14 years ago, but says he was not given the correct information at the time and now it could cost him a hefty sum. By, Poppy Kennedy & Dominic Picksley 616
Damning inspectors' report says Welsh A&E department presents a 'clear and significant risk to patient safety'; The Welsh Government said it was 'extremely concerned and disappointed' in the contents of the Healthcare Inspectorate Wales report. By, Mark Smith 1300
Deborah James book explains how cancer diagnosis cured crippling panic attacks; The much-loved presenter has also sent a posthumous message to her daughters. By, Neil Shaw 351
Denise Van Outen set to appear in Channel 4's The Big Breakfast return; Denise hosted the original show alongside Johnny Vaughan in the late nineties and early noughties. By, Sophie Goodall & Annie Roberts 390
Devastated children left to sit next to mum in 'breathless sleep' after she dies during flight; Helen Rhodes died in her sleep a few hours into the flight. By, Ryan Fahey & Steven Smith 472
Device says it can make your skincare spend go further by boosting effectiveness; The technology is designed to help you get the most out of your favourite brands. By, Neil Shaw 162
Fears for Queen's health as traditional event is cancelled; Her summer home has now had a wheelchair friendly lift installed. By, Russell Myers & Neil Shaw 275
Five dogs vet wouldn't get -one is aggressive, another would bite your face off; Dr Terrell has listed five dog breeds she would avoid, and which ones she would go for instead. By, Neil Shaw 577
Five things that aren't forbidden under a hosepipe ban; There are fears confusing rules will mean water restrictions aren't effective this summer. By, Neil Shaw 578
Food bank for dogs will support hungry pets amid cost of living crisis; The facility will open twice a week between 1pm-2pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays, starting from August 23 in Mancot, North Wales. By, Andrew Forgrave & Brett Gibbons 367
Four-year-old girl missing after explosion destroys house; A search is under way at the scene. By, Neil Shaw 836
Free bowling at Hollywood Bowl on Saturday August 13 if you've got a certain name; It's National Bowling Day on August 13. By, Steven Smith 380
Free breakfast giveaway in Sainsbury's latest 'five a day' campaign; Lucky passers-by can enjoy a selection of breakfast items from the supermarket chain's Vegfast Van -- all whilst contributing towards their five-a-day. By, Brett Gibbons 415
Game of Thrones fans invited to pull up a pew on Iron Throne ahead of prequel launch; The replica seat of the Lord of the Seven Kingdoms will be displayed at the Tower of London before touring the country. By, Naomi Corrigan 348
Get paid £600 to drink wine on holiday and you can take a friend; The summer job of dreams will see the chosen worker travelling to a Portuguese vineyard. By, Sophie Foster & Lorna Hughes 436
Get paid £600 to drink wine on holiday and you can take a friend; The summer job of dreams will see the chosen worker travelling to a Portuguese vineyard. By, Sophie Foster & Lorna Hughes 436
Götheborg ship sails under Tower Bridge as historic Swedish ship visits London; Tower Bridge was raised today as the replica 18th-century ship sailed into the capital. The moment was captured on video by staff working on the bridge from its glass floor. By, Jonathon Manning 219
Götheborg ship sails under Tower Bridge as historic Swedish ship visits London; Tower Bridge was raised today as the replica 18th-century ship sailed into the capital. The moment was captured on video by staff working on the bridge from its glass floor. By, Jonathon Manning 219
Holiday rep who died in skiing accident refused medical treatment because of the cost; Kayleigh Harris was worried about spiralling costs of medical treatment after she was hit by a skier while working in the French Alps. By, Tess de la Mare (PA) & Jonathon Manning 846
Holidaymakers face fines of hundreds of pounds for breaking simple rules in Italy; Taking a bike into Venice, sitting on the wrong steps in Rome and wearing a bikini away from the beach in Sorrento are just some of the actions that could prove costly for travellers who ignore the rules. By, Stephen Pitts 320
How to bag tickets for that gig or festival you simply can't miss; Nobody wants that feeling of missing out. By, Steven Smith 641
How to get £5 off your petrol at all UK stations with this new deal; The new petrol deal has just launched and will be a massive help to many motorists. By, Gemma Sherlock 443
How to retire at 40 using the FIRE method; Experts say the technique can be adapted to almost any lifestyle. By, Neil Shaw 1587
How to save money at the beach as survey finds most and least expensive places; Fish and chips, ice cream and parking can cost you up to almost £20. By, Neil Shaw 690
Hundreds of children 'subjected to Metropolitan Police strip-searches'; Black boys disproportionately targeted, say figures. By, Jemima Crew, PA & Nick Wood 535
Hundreds of known infectious diseases are worse than ever due to climate crisis; A new study shows how widespread the influence of climate is on human health. By, Seth Borenstein, Associated Press & Kirstie McCrum 801
ITV Love Island's Jacques O'Neill says he hasn't spoken to Paige Thorne since show ended; Their relationship came to an abrupt end in the villa. By, Sam Cook 502
Jet2 makes important announcement for UK holidaymakers planning Turkey trip; The airline and tour operator will start flying to Dalaman from March 17 next year, with flights now operating from April 15. By, Brett Gibbons 384
Joe Wicks' healthy snack hack to curb your sugar cravings; It's nutritious, delicious and, like most of his recipes, pretty simple. By, Eve Rowlands & Jessica Williams Recipe 626
Last-minute holidays in Wales to book for this weekend to make the most of the weather; From luxury to budget breaks, make the most of this unprecendented sunshine August 12-14. By, Eve Rowlands 1362
Level Three Alert as Met Office confirms heatwave for large parts of country; The UK Health Security Agency has issued a Level 3 Heat Health Alert. By, Neil Shaw 537
Long Lost Family: Heartbreaking double tragedy sees father unable to communicate with long lost son he found after 29 years; Long Lost Family: What Happened Next? sees a father and son build a relationship after a lifetime apart. By, Sam Cook 534
Lotto winning ticket holder claims £20million jackpot; It was a 'Must Be Won' draw on Saturday. By, Josh Payne (PA) & Steven Smith 221
Love Island winners Ekin-Su and Davide are set to move in together next month; The couple gave an exclusive interview with the Loose Women about their time on Love Island. By, Sam Cook 384
Man breaks both ankles while trying to save two children struggling in the sea; An air ambulance crew, RNLI volunteers and coastguard officers were involved in the rescue. By, Harri Evans & Naomi Corrigan 200
Martin Lewis calls for stronger consumer protections around EU data roaming; The consumer champion said mobile operators could not be trusted to self-regulate as some had promised to not reintroduce roaming fees post-Brexit but had now done so. By, Martyn Landi, PA Technology Correspondent & Matt Gibson 442
Mecca Bingo Swansea has a special customer offer as part of its big summer of fun; The popular venue has got an impressive list of special events lined up and is putting out the welcome mat to new members. By, Chris Peregrine 1091
Meet the couple who film themselves cleaning the house in attempt to break down stereotypes; The couple's cleaning videos have garnered millions of views with many praising Jordan for pulling his weight. By, Nisha Mal 509
Melissa Joan Hart says being back in Wales fills her 'heart with joy'; Sabrina the Teenage Witch was here for Comic Con and has been loving being back in Wales. By, Stephanie Colderick 387
Met Office warns Wales will be among the hottest places in the UK this week; Temperatures over the coming days will remain lower than last month's scorching 40.3°C, but the warmth will continue over a 'prolonged period'. By, Branwen Jones 764
Mother beaten up after 'rejecting request for a threesome' on night out; Emma said she was left with a split lip, black eye and now struggles with 'nightmares' following the attack. By, Harry Leach & Latifa Yedroudj 583
Motorcyclist dies in A470 crash as man arrested; Police are appealing for witnesses. By, Robert Harries 280
Much-loved Cardiff restaurant La Cuina is closing due to impact of Brexit; The Catalan kitchen has been part of the Canton food scene for ten years but has struggled with importing ingredients and getting staff. By, Eve Rowlands 910
Natural Resources Wales expert on the drought risk in Wales, whether we'll see more water-saving measures, and why we should be concerned about long-term water use; Tracey Dunford, a lead specialist advisor for water resources, has said that people should be concerned about long-term water use in Wales. By, Branwen Jones 1313
New rules from today mean people should report d*** pics to police; Research by dating app Bumble in November suggested that 48% of women aged 18 to 24 had received an unwanted sexual image in the previous year. By, Neil Shaw 767
New World Rugby rankings see All Blacks' humiliation officially confirmed and two teams tied for second; The latest rankings show New Zealand have major problems, and two teams are now tied for second. By, Jon Doel 199
Next in talks to buy stake in fashion retailer Joules; Joules issued a profit warning earlier this year. By, Matt Jackson 304
O'Neill's to open second Cardiff venue as historic pub changes hands; The Irish pub became the Old Market Tavern when it was taken over in 2014 but is now being changed back again. By, John Jones 465
Ofgem worker sick with ear infection sues after boss said 'let's play it by ear'; There was uncertainty over how long the worker would need to be out of the office. By, Neil Shaw 758
Olivia Newton-John has died aged 73; The Grease star passed away peacefully at her ranch in Southern California. By, Anna Lewis Obituary 191
People making own teeth and sticking them in with superglue in NHS crisis; Most NHS practices in UK are no longer taking on new patients. By, Neil Shaw 701
Pizza Hut adds vegan cheese option for all delivery pizzas; It said the number of people buying plant-based pizzas has risen by almost a quarter. By, Lorna Hughes 298
Plans revealed to turn upper floors of popular pub into studios: The latest planning round up for Cardiff; Here is a round up of the stand out planning applications made to and decided by Cardiff Council over the past couple of weeks. By, Ted Peskett 524
Police investigate as 10 members of Sri Lankan Commonwealth Games team go 'missing'; Police said they were working to make sure they were all safe. By, Steven Smith 360
Predator molested women while posing as a masseuse offering 'therapy' sessions; He's now behind bars. By, Stephen Beech & Steven Smith 356
Proposal for 'dog adventure land' revealed and Barry train station upgrade approved: The latest planning round up for the Vale of Glamorgan; Here is the latest round up of stand out planning applications for the Vale of Glamorgan. By, Ted Peskett 381
Quarter of graduates don't know how to cook as they spent under £3 a day on food; Speed and efficiency are among the most important considerations for British students when choosing what to cook. By, Neil Shaw 1019
Receptionist wins £35,000 compensation over nautical theme of desk; The tribunal heard she raised several 'ergonomic concerns' about the boat desk. By, Neil Shaw 598
Receptionist wins £35,000 compensation over nautical theme of desk; The tribunal heard she raised several 'ergonomic concerns' about the boat desk. By, Neil Shaw 598
Residents on Maindy Road "deeply unhappy" over the prospect of further HMOs; Cardiff Council has dealt with a couple of applications relating to Maindy Road of late -one was approved and another was deferred. By, Ted Peskett 1513
Restaurant manager's savage reply to TripAdvisor moan about £7 glass of Prosecco; 'I'm going to humour you and respond by explaining a bit about wine pricing, the cost of land and how restaurants work'. By, Ben Barry & Steven Smith 442
Results Day 2022 -how to help your child if they don't get the grades they need; Results Day is just around the corner and thousands of young people will be nervously waiting to find out their grades. By, Stephanie Wareham 491
Rugby stadium railings collapse as fans plunge onto concrete below; The events had chilling echoes of an incident in Wales many years previous. By, Mark Orders 350
Ryan Giggs headbutted ex-partner and promised her 'no more naked piccies', court told; Mr Giggs has pleaded not guilty to all charges and says he never assaulted her during their relationship. By, Andrew Bardsley 1946
Ryanair apologises after 'absolute fiasco' at airport; Passenger got on plane without a ticket. By, Thomas Molloy & Nick Wood 575
School uniform grant raised by £100 in Wales to help with cost of living crisis; Some families struggle to afford to send their children to school. By, Abbie Wightwick 373
Schoolboy finds suspected bomb while out magnet fishing; Ten-year-old pulls out deadly find from a local river, with his father's mates telling them what they'd found. By, Georgia Banks & Dominic Picksley 370
Spain-bound easyJet flight makes emergency return to Manchester after bird strike; Aircraft was climbing after take-off when the incident occurred causing it to abort ascent at around 5,000 feet before heading back to airport. By, James Holt & Brett Gibbons 248
Steve Morison tells Cardiff City fringe players exactly what he wants against Portsmouth after Reading no-show; The Bluebirds are back in action on Tuesday night after a disappointing defeat by Reading at the weekend. By, Glen Williams 555
Swansea City handed Joe Allen boost as Russell Martin confirms another loan exit planned; Allen is in line to feature against Oxford United in the Carabao Cup but another man is edging towards the exit door. By, Ian Mitchelmore 543
Swansea City have 10 players in transfer limbo and three weeks to sort it all out in order to bring in additions; For Swansea City head coach Russell Martin to bring in more players he will first have to get rid of some. By, Mathew Davies 1585
Swansea City transfer headlines as youngster set for loan exit, Joe Allen poised for debut and Blackburn throw barb at Swans; The latest news from the Stadium. By, Tom Coleman 949
Swansea residents say they couldn't get to home or work because of nightmare traffic jams during Para Triathlon and Ironman events; But the sporting events have delivered a huge boost to the local economy. By, Robert Dalling 823
Table tennis duo claim Wales' last medal of 2022 Commonwealth Games as star breaks down in tears; Charlotte Carey and Anna Hursey won bronze in the table tennis women's doubles. By, Katie Sands 322
Teen, 18, 'looked like she was going to dye' after being needle spiked on night out; Issabelle Knight's mum has spoken out about the night the scary incident happened. By, Edward Church & Nisha Mal 546
Testing burger patties from Asda, Iceland and Marks and Spencer; Putting the ultimate comfort food to the test. By, Nisha Mal & Elle May Rice & Jess Flaherty & Emily Sleight 968
The Aberavon Beach Hotel is up for sale with a price tag of £1.5m; The large seafront hotel boasts a ballroom, restaurant, lounge, bar, leisure centre and 68 en-suite bedrooms. By, Molly Dowrick 929
The Archers' veteran June Spencer bows out of radio soap aged 103; The actress, who has played matriarch Peggy Woolley since 1951, has already recorded her last episodes for the much-loved drama. By, Brett Gibbons 248
The energy price cap related scams you need to be watching out for following spike; Councils have reported a spike in scams. By, Will Hayward 531
The four Welsh beaches named the cleanest in the UK & Ireland; The top 10 was compiled by using data from water testing and reviews from visitors. By, Kathryn Williams 534
The Liz Truss affair allegations that nearly ended her career; The alleged relationship sparked controversy when Liz Truss was selected for a safe Tory seat. By, Conor Gogarty 543
The Tenby business on track to make £1m with its vegan bars and shakes; Human Food has seen 100% year-on-year growth since it launched in 2019. By, Lauren Phillips 890
Third of us claim to have picnic ready to go in boot of car at any given time; Picnics have overtaken parties as our favourite social occasion. By, Neil Shaw 527
Three members of British family killed in car crash in Italy; They were thought to be visiting relatives. By, Steven Smith 425
Today's rugby news as All Blacks announcement imminent and English star explains devastating diagnosis; Here are your rugby morning headlines for Monday, 8 August. By, Ben James 771
Tonight's rugby news as Springbok banned for 'scary' incident that left him like this; The latest rugby stories from Wales and beyond today. By, Jon Doel 932
Trespass wetsuit with 'high risk of drowning' and faulty Aldi hammock urgently recalled; They are among the latest alerts about products that could affect people's safety. By, Katie Timms & Richard Blackledge 954
Truss and Sunak under pressure over plans to help households; Autumn to turn up more financial heat on public. By, Sophie Wingate, PA & Nick Wood 585
UK heatwave: How hot it will get where you live according to the BBC and Met Office; BBC and Met Office weather forecasts show it is set to be dry and sunny from Monday, August 8 to Friday, August 12, with it set to turn increasingly hot over the coming days. By, Branwen Jones 1058
Unconscious boy, 7, rescued from sea and airlifted to hospital; The child was taken directly to hospital by the air ambulance after the incident at a Dorset beauty spot. By, Nick Wood & Naomi Corrigan 210
Village suffers in drought with NOT ONE drop of rain across whole of July; The cricket club at Odiham in Hampshire is having to water its wicket at least once a day, while farmers need to buy in food for cattle. By, Genevieve Holl-Allen (PA) & Naomi Corrigan 503
Vodafone extends its small business training pledge for three more years; More than 100,000 small businesses have already benefited from the business.connected programme. By, Neil Shaw 895
Vue and BFI present new, diverse content to the big screen this summer; Vue will be screening a fantastic range of diverse content this summer following its partnership with the BFI. By, Charlotte Regen 496
Wales rugby star Adam Beard gets married in stunning Cyprus wedding; The happy couple celebrated their special day in front of friends and family in Cyprus. By, Katie Sands 386
Wales wildcard stunned by Lanzarote phone call that ended holiday; Harri and Sam O'Connor are two emerging Welsh forwards to keep an eye on. By, Katie Sands 631
Warning issued as heatwave temperatures to rise to 35C; Homeowners are being urged to take action and retailers have been asked to implement a nationwide ban. By, Neil Shaw 766
Warning over speed camera myth than can cost you £2,500 and your licence; Experts say there is one little-known fact that can let you 'get away' with speeding. By, Neil Shaw 659
Warning to drivers filling up at Tesco, Asda, Morrisons and Sainsbury's; The move has been branded 'unforgivable'. By, Neil Shaw 711
Welsh boxer Ioan Croft wins Commonwealth Games gold as he celebrates with twin brother; Ioan Croft claimed gold in the welterweight boxing final. By, Katie Sands 326
Wetherspoon pub installs shrieking gull alarm to help people eat in peace; An expert says the disturbing sound should help keep thieving birds away. By, Mary Stenson & Neil Shaw 250
Where is the next hosepipe ban mostly likely to be; It is going to be another hot, dry week. By, Neil Shaw 722
Where to watch Love Island USA in the UK -including start date, time and channel; If you're searching for your next reality TV fix, Love Island USA is set to start next week. By, Annie Roberts 616
Why dog owners have to pick up poo, and horse owners don't; There are big fines for failing to comply with the law if you have a pet, but not if you ride a horse. By, Neil Shaw 998
Woman beats Zara in court battle over brand name; Zara had issued an order saying Amber couldn't use the 'confusing' brand name she had chosen. By, Neil Shaw 469
Woman diagnosed with deadly brain tumour after family noticed she was forgetting her grandchildren's names; The daughter of Gill Hoare, who was diagnosed with a high-grade brain tumour and died at the age of 72, is taking on a swimming challenge in her mother's name. By, Mark Smith 688
Woman escorted out of Sainsbury's after rows over bananas and meal deals; The police have been informed and investigations are under way. By, Samuel Port & Neil Shaw 730
Woman turned up to find hotel booked on Expedia had been closed for two years; The holidaymaker found the hotel had been shut down and turned into offices in 2020. By, Neil Shaw 710
Woman waited six months for DFS sofa then it turned up damaged; Carol spent £3,200 on the new furniture set. By, Evie Townend & Neil Shaw 462
Woman waited six months for DFS sofa then it turned up damaged; Carol spent £3,200 on the new furniture set. By, Evie Townend & Neil Shaw 462
WRU and Welsh regions £6 million apart after months of crisis talks; There is a deep concern about the financial situation in Welsh pro rugby. By, Mark Orders 635
You can now play golf 500ft underground in a Welsh cavern; It is crazy golf with a very unique setting. By, Stephanie Colderick 411

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