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Child airlifted to hospital after Wales Rally GB crash – The Guardian


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Child airlifted to hospital after Wales Rally GB crash
The Guardian
A boy is fighting for his life in hospital after a crash between two motorcycles in a display team at a motor rally event in Wales. Police said a child was airlifted to hospital following the collision on Llandudno promenade at about 11.30am on Sunday.
Wales GB Rally: Child motorcyclist hurt in display crashBBC News
Boy in critical condition in hospital after motorbike crash at Wales Rally GBWalesOnline
Child in serious condition after motorbike crash at Wales GB RallyITV News
Mirror.co.uk -The Sun -Daily Post North Wales
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[META]Read More First Published: Sun, 07 Oct 2018 19:01:47 GMT


Gareth Bale: Wales wait on injury assessment for Real Madrid forward – BBC Sport


BBC Sport
Gareth Bale: Wales wait on injury assessment for Real Madrid forward
BBC Sport
Wales will assess Gareth Bale's fitness for the friendly against Spain on 11 October and the Nations League match with Republic of Ireland on 16 October. The 29-year-old forward was replaced in the 80th minute of Real Madrid's 1-0 La Liga loss at
Real Madrid's Bale joins up with Wales, who promise no risksAS English
Soccer – Associated Press NewsAssociated Press News

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[META]Read More First Published: Mon, 08 Oct 2018 01:46:38 GMT


Wales Weather: Dry, breezy and cloudy – ITV News


ITV News
Wales Weather: Dry, breezy and cloudy
ITV News
This Evening and Tonight: Most of Wales will be dry, breezy and cloudy tonight. Northern hills and coasts will be windy and the cloud will be low enough here to cover the hill tops with fog, and thick enough to produce some drizzle. Minimum temperature

[META]Read More First Published: Sun, 07 Oct 2018 17:59:00 GMT


Joe Rodon: Swansea defender aims to take `shock` Wales chance – BBC Sport


BBC Sport
Joe Rodon: Swansea defender aims to take 'shock' Wales chance
BBC Sport
Swansea City defender Joe Rodon hopes to takes his Wales chance after a "shock" call-up to the squad preparing to face Spain and Republic of Ireland. Rodon, 20, has replaced Newcastle United's Paul Dummett in the squad for the friendly against Spain on …

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[META]Read More First Published: Mon, 08 Oct 2018 05:19:09 GMT


Wales` first and only 100% outdoor nursery told to leave site – WalesOnline


WalesOnline
Wales' first and only 100% outdoor nursery told to leave site
WalesOnline
Wales' first outdoor nursery and toddler group, which has attracted global attention, has been told it must leave the council owned site is has occupied for nearly four years. Angry parents say Ladybirds at Dare Valley Park in Aberdare is unique and

[META]Read More First Published: Mon, 08 Oct 2018 08:11:00 GMT


More than half of patients coming off antidepressants `suffer withdrawal symptoms` – ITV News


ITV News
More than half of patients coming off antidepressants 'suffer withdrawal symptoms'
ITV News
Across Wales our reliance on painkillers, prescribed sleeping pills, and antidepressants is growing – with one-in-nine people in some areas taking pills for depression and anxiety. A new report for MPs claims that more than half of patients coming off …

[META]Read More First Published: Mon, 08 Oct 2018 08:10:40 GMT


No-one in Wales is niche, says Plaid`s Leanne Wood to critics – BBC News


BBC News
No-one in Wales is niche, says Plaid's Leanne Wood to critics
BBC News
The former leader of Plaid Cymru has hit back at critics in the party for accusing her of focusing too much on "niche issues". Leanne Wood said tackling racism, the far-right and violence against women is a "central part" of the Plaid Cymru cause. Her
'It CAN happen!' Plaid Cymru leader launches WELSH INDEPENDENCE bid and CONDEMNS BrexitExpress.co.uk
Wales won't be odd one out againThe New European

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[META]Read More First Published: Sat, 06 Oct 2018 13:24:07 GMT


South Wales Echo letters: Monday, October 8, 2018 – WalesOnline


WalesOnline
South Wales Echo letters: Monday, October 8, 2018
WalesOnline
It was announced recently that average life expectancy in the UK had stopped rising and, in the case of Wales, had fallen slightly. This was put down to austerity, but I believe this is just a red herring.

[META]Read More First Published: Mon, 08 Oct 2018 08:09:00 GMT


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