Home 2018 July

Monthly Archives: July 2018

Bowel cancer: Half of people ignoring the potential killer

Less than 50% of people eligible are taking up free screenings for bowel cancer in some areas. Source: BBC Wales

Tywyn: Three airlifted after 'getting into difficulty in sea'

Emergency services are dealing with a medical incident off the coast of Gwynedd. Source: BBC Wales

Geraint Thomas yn 'falch' o allu rhoi Cymru 'ar y map'

Geraint Thomas yn dweud ei fod yn "falch" o fod wedi gallu rhoi Cymru "ar y map" gyda'i fuddugoliaeth yn y Tour de France. Source:...

Magaluf death: Thomas Channon's mum 'angered' by resort safety

Ceri Channon says if fencing had been erected after previous fatal falls her son might still be alive. Source: BBC Wales

Teenager with cerebral palsy dreams of surfing for Wales

A 13-year-old with cerebral palsy dreams is facing a £3,000 bill to compete for Wales. Source: BBC Wales

Inquest into Cardiff dad's webcam death opened

Leon Jenkins was found dead at his Cardiff home by police with his webcam still filming. Source: BBC Wales

NHS Wales ambulances: More money to replace ageing fleet

The ambulance service has been replacing old vehicles for the past seven years. Source: BBC Wales

Welsh Secretary job 'should be reconsidered'

A team of MPs say the post of Welsh Secretary should be reviewed after Brexit. Source: BBC Wales

Skomer puffin photographers told to be careful

Some photographers are destroying puffin habitats on Skomer Island while trying to take pictures. Source: BBC Wales

Powys children's services: 'Extreme concern' over funding

Millions of pounds of extra funding is needed for children's services in Powys, a report says. Source: BBC Wales

Geraint Thomas: Call to build on Tour de France success

Could Geraint Thomas' Tour de France success prove the catalyst for bringing a stage to Cardiff? Source: BBC Wales

Neyland search continues for missing swimmer

Police received reports of a man entering the water in Neyland on Sunday afternoon. Source: BBC Wales

Alfie Mawson: Fulham set to sign Swansea City defender

Swansea City defender Alfie Mawson is poised to leave the Championship club to join Fulham. Source: BBC Wales

River Wye could 'close' to businesses due to water levels

Canoe instructors say levels on the River Wye are the lowest they have seen for 30 years. Source: BBC Wales

Llantysilio Mountain grass fire continues despite rain

Cafe boss who was forced to close says he has never witnessed such a severe blaze in 35 years. Source: BBC Wales

Tory AM backs leader candidate Paul Davies after nominating rival

David Melding had got Suzy Davies into the Tory leadership race, but is now backing Paul Davies. Source: BBC Wales