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FORMER Wales football captain Vinnie Jones has been unveiled as the country’s new chief medical officer.
WELSH First Minister Carwyn Jones is at the centre of a storm after casting doubt on a popular legend. His shock comments have left supporters dumbfounded and questioning if the Welsh Labour chief had thought his words through before agreeing … Continue reading
A WELSH language version of US forensics drama CSI is to be axed – as its storylines were too humdrum.
A LEADING television psychic has raised serious questions over the Welsh Government’s plan to use its new law making powers to tell the dead what to do. The Government has scrawled plans on a clean, new sheet of A4 white … Continue reading
A NORTH Wales gallery boss is hoping to hire farmers, clergyman and a former professional footballer in order to shoot a twisted remake of the Village People classic YMCA.
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
SEEMINGLY homophobic television viewers are appealing for the BBC to pre-warn them of gay content in hit Welsh drama Torchwood.
A BANGOR man has been jailed for four months after bantering in the pub that he wished to have sexual relations with EastEnders character Heather Trott. David Glyn Jones, of Bangor, Gwynedd, had told friends in the city centre’s Waterloo … Continue reading
THE Westminster government has announced plans for local television stations across the UK, with Cardiff set to be amongst the first wave. WNN has had a sneak preview at Kairdiff Telly’s schedule.