Tag Archives: Wales

Personalised governance

Last week the Queen’s Speech outlined the Conservative government’s priorities, including a push for increased devolution in areas of the United    ... more

Key early general election campaigning

The NHS and public spending appear to be two key topics that political parties in the UK are raising during campaigning    ... more

Snorkels and 100 metres of bog

The last place an athlete in a wet suit, a pair of flippers and a snorkel expects to be competing is    ... more

Nations prepare for tournament return

The RBS Six Nations Championship begins shortly, and the competing nations last week confirmed their squads for the upcoming tournament. The    ... more

Majestic Wallaby fly half completes route back to the top

Australian fly half Quade Cooper has this autumn made a statement that he is back to his glorious best, with a    ... more

Davies move continues encouraging trend

Wales rugby star Jonathan Davies has recently agreed to join French Top 14 club Clermont Auvergne, continuing a recent trend of    ... more

Community spirit remains a source of inspiration after the disappearance of April Jones

1st October 2012 marks the tragic day that five year old April Jones disappeared from a local park in the village    ... more

Former Welsh Captain Michael Owen backs Gatland’s Lions squad

The Lions squad for the Australia tour, starting in June, was announced yesterday afternoon with Sam Warburton named as captain, the    ... more

Concept hotels

There seems to be a recent increase in the use of ‘concept hotels’ across the world because of the social elements    ... more

Three Chelsea Pensioners

British life expectancy

A 2012 year-end report from the Office for National Statistics has revealed that people in Britain are living on average six    ... more