Monthly Archives: September 2011

Wily Wanker wins ‘Golden Ticket’ battle

A CLEVER football chairman who was alleged to have duped football fans with a ‘Golden Ticket’ offer has seen all charges against him dropped. Advertisements

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Photographer snap happy after travel guide nod

AN image taken by a photographer living in Wales has been chosen for the cover of the world’s best-selling travel guides.

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Record breaking ‘mum’s’ Facebook deception

A WELSH teacher is to be stripped of her world record for most births after it emerged she had duped Guinness record chiefs by using the Facebook social networking site. Victoria Jones, a 23-year-old teacher at  Ringland Primary School in … Continue reading

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Politicians to square off in cage fight

THE two highest profile women in Welsh politics are set to fight each other in a cage. Welsh Lib Dem leader Kirsty Williams has challenged the Conservative Secretary of State for Wales, Cheryl Gillan to go toe to toe with … Continue reading

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Christmas comes early for Swansea

SWANSEA Council chiefs are so happy about Swansea City’s first Premier League win they have decided to bring Christmas forward by five weeks.

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X Factor blasted as cruel entertainment

THE X Factor has come under fire after devoting countless hours to dimwit Louis Walsh.  The 59-year-old judge, who lives in a single bed council flat in Bridgend, has been shown struggling to tap his fingers to the beat during … Continue reading

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‘Achtung! Please die’

TWO women from North Wales say they want the German war veterans they share their council house with dead.

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Probe into Welsh ‘safari’

A FORMER soldier has found himself in the firing line with Trading Standards over his new Welsh safaris.

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Over 90s face vintage rally to keep their driving licences

WELSH pensioners are to compete in a Wacky Races-style contest across South Wales in a bid to keep their driving licences.

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Hole-y moly – tourist attraction reopens

A POPULAR North Wales visitor attraction has returned – bigger and better than ever before.

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