Full-back Williams linked with a move to England
Wednesday 23rd Nov 2016
posted by Morning Star in Sport
MICHAEL SHEEN has thrown his weight behind a series of arts events to celebrate Wales’s connection to the Russian Revolution.
Institutions such as the Welsh National Opera and the National Museum of Wales will embrace all things Russia in their programming to mark 100 years since...
Saturday 19th Nov 2016
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
Sam Vokes insisted over the weekend that Wales are still in the hunt for World Cup qualification despite the Republic of Ireland taking control of their group.
Wales lost the lead for a third successive qualifier against Serbia on Saturday night when Aleksandar Mitrovic cancelled out...
Monday 14th Nov 2016
A STEELWORKS which closed a year ago is being reopened, creating dozens of new jobs.
Steel firm Liberty House said yesterday that the site at Tredegar, south Wales, will employ 70 workers, with more jobs created in the supply chain.
The plant is one of a number of former Caparo...
Thursday 10th Nov 2016
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
Night to forget for men in red in south Wales
Monday 7th Nov 2016
WALES’S financial future has “never looked so bleak,” Unison Cymru warns today as the Welsh Local Government Association conference kicks off in Cardiff.
Dominic MacAskill, the public-sector union’s head of local government in Wales, said services face...
Thursday 3rd Nov 2016
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Wales manager Chris Coleman all but ended Ched Evans’s international career, saying that “a lot needs to happen” for him to once again represent his country.
Evans won 13 caps for Wales before he was originally convicted of raping a 19-year-old woman in a Premier Inn...
ALL of Wales’s Premiership-based players will be made available for the autumn Test opener against Australia in Cardiff on November 5, Premiership Rugby announced yesterday.
They said the “gesture of flexibility” was a one-off decision.
It means that...
Tuesday 25th Oct 2016
Glyndwr: Son of Prophecy by Moelwyn Jones (Y Lolfa £6.99)
THE REBELLION of Owain Glyndwr from 1400 to 1409 was the last major Welsh rebellion against English rule and it generated a remarkable unity and vision of a...
Wednesday 19th Oct 2016
posted by Morning Star in Arts
CLEANERS at the Welsh government’s headquarters are employed on zero-hours contracts, GMB reported yesterday, just a month after ministers pledged to take action against the practice.
The general union said contractor Vinci was also planning to change the staff’s working...
Tuesday 18th Oct 2016