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Cardiff news: City pub re-opens after two year wait

The Lansdowne in Canton was going to be converted into flats Read the full article here Please note that The Penny Post is not responsible for the content of external websites.

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Water restored after three days

The final 300 homes in Rhondda left without water after a mains burst finally have their supplies restored after three days. Read the full article here Please note that The Penny Post is not responsible for the content of external

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Flood defences ‘met conditions’

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Officials investigating the devastating flood which overwhelmed a Denbighshire estate say the defences appear to have met planning conditions. Read the full article here Please note that The Penny Post is not responsible for the content of external websites.

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Parents face truancy prosecution

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The parents of persistent truants in Wales could be prosecuted if they fail to pay fines of £60 rising to £120. Read the full article here Please note that The Penny Post is not responsible for the content of external

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Cardiff news: Style on the streets: Why Cardiff is the most stylish city in Britain (gallery)

Cardiff has been named the most stylish city in Britain. Emily Woodrow went out on the streets to see why…. Read the full article here Please note that The Penny Post is not responsible for the content of external websites.

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Cardiff news: ‘Domestic violence victims must be protected’ warn campaigners

More needs to be done to protect children exposed to domestic violence, leading charities in Cardiff have warned. Read the full article here Please note that The Penny Post is not responsible for the content of external websites.

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Equality worry over jobless women

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The growing number of unemployed women is branded worrying and could erode 50 years of progress in equality, a leading rights group warns. Read the full article here Please note that The Penny Post is not responsible for the content

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‘Few problems’ after heavy rain

Wales appears to have escaped without the flooding that had been feared following a night of heavy rain – although more downpours are expected. Read the full article here Please note that The Penny Post is not responsible for the

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Cardiff news: How Wales v Samoa inspired one couple to call their newborn ‘Cardiff’

Many parents have been inspired to name their newborn after places such as Chelsea, India or Rio, but never before has a baby been named after Cardiff. Read the full article here Please note that The Penny Post is not

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Iceland banks still owe millions

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Public sector bodies in Wales are still owed more than a third of the cash they had invested in Icelandic banks before they collapsed. Read the full article here Please note that The Penny Post is not responsible for the

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