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LONDON, September 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Welsh Football League club Barry Town is on the hunt for a new owner, according to business transfer website, http://www.BusinessesForSale.com Founded in 1888 Barry Town is a legend in Welsh footballing history.
By Peter Collins ANGRY residents campaigning against plans to build an access road to Cardiff International Airport mounted a protest in Barry yesterday. The Welsh Assembly Government has asked for the public's view on three options for a road to the airport.
This Grade II-listed period property in Colwinston, in the heart of the beautiful Vale of Glamorgan, marries village life with easy access to Cardiff city centre. Take a look inside on page 3 (c) 2008 Western Mail. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All rights Reserved.
By Peter Collins DEMANDS are growing for a face-to-face meeting between residents, developers, Welsh Water officials and environment experts on Rhoose Point to thrash out a solution to problems with the drainage system there.
EDUCATION minister Jane Hutt is to help volunteers clean a popular beach. The AM will be helping Keep Wales Tidy, and others in the clean- up on Llantwit Major beach as part of the Tidy Towns project.
PRAYERS have been said across South Wales for the missing minister, David Fox. The cleric, from Penarth, Vale of Glamorgan, vanished almost three months ago during a walking holiday in Slovenia.
POLICE have released pictures of the injuries suffered by a Vale of Glamorgan man attacked in his bed by burglars. Kenneth Britton, 46, was seriously assaulted about 4am on Saturday, after three raiders broke into his home in the Westra area of Dinas Powys.
ENVIRONMENTAL concerns about dredging should be given "a fair hearing" before plans for dredging more sand in the Bristol Channel go ahead, Plaid Cymru AM Chris Franks has said. Environmental campaigners argue that dredging for sand from the seabed depletes beaches.
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