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Glyndwr University students kicked off course lose legal fight The students were ordered to pay £500 each in costs after losing the legal action Thirty-three international students kicked off their course for not doing enough work have lost a legal
Captain Sam Warburton says he and his team-mates should never "feel safe" about holding on to their Wales places. The flanker's statement came in response to coach Warren Gatland warning that some players face their "last chance" against France in
Lawyers for former Radio New Zealand managing editor, Lynne Snowdon, have begun their closing submissions in her marathon employment case. Employment Court judge Tony Ford called it a "momentous" day. Snowdon lost her job at the state broadcaster in
Former Wales scrum-half Dwayne Peel believes dropping Mike Phillips for Friday's Six Nations game with France could benefit Warren Gatland's side. Wales coach Gatland will start Rhys Webb in Cardiff, with Phillips on the bench after a poor display in
Earlier this month, the Prime Minster announced "money is no object" when it comes to dealing with the flooding that has forced hundreds of people from their homes. Sky News has learnt that measures announced by the Government, including the fund for
Getty Images The Winter Olympics have held my family captivated. Entombed in our air conditioned lounge room, we have relished watching world class athletes compete in the snow and ice, and been inspired by stories of the extraordinary hurdles some
Four Welsh regions seek emergency Welsh Rugby Union loan European Rugby Cup, the company which runs the tournament, took the decision on legal advice because of uncertainty over its own future. A WRU board meeting is to consider the regions'
Higher Pisa rankings vital for economy, says Wales education minister Wales has slipped down the Pisa rankings since the tests were introduced in 2007 Achievement in the Pisa international school tests is vital if Wales is to have a successful
Wales v France Ex-Wales scrum-half Robert Jones believes Warren Gatland will pick George North at centre against France if Jonathan Davies remains unfit. Scott Williams is ruled out of the Championship while Davies has yet to feature this campaign.
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