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Welsh theatre company launches translation app Arts reporter, BBC News Audience members wear headphones to hear a commentary in English An app to help theatre-goers follow plays in other languages is being launched by a theatre company in Wales.
The scoreboard read 3-1 in India's favor as the clock ticked down to the last 10 minutes at the Glasgow National Hockey Centre. Wales had long given up any hopes of stitching together an attack. India had the ball and the it seemed the players would
Decision to not publish relief road document criticised Plans for an M4 relief road have long proved highly controversial A decision not to publish a document on the conclusions of a consultation on the planned M4 relief road has been criticised.
July 2014 Yes, we should learn various British languages in schools across Britain, but why stop with Welsh? Ellie Mae o'Hagan has written a piece in the Guardian today picking up on various things from my 40 reasons series, and I thought I'd take
Honorary University Associate, Sustainable Places Research Institute at Cardiff University The M4 runs from London to south Wales. The decision to build the motorway locks Wales into an economic model predicated on attempting to secure major
Farmers to get profitability tips at Royal Welsh Show The best in Welsh livestock will be showcased at the annual event Two new projects designed to help farmers improve the profitability of their business will be launched at the Royal Welsh Show in
Hinterland shows Wales way for more EU funding Hinterland, starring Richard Harrington, has been bought by more than 12 countries and Netflix Critically-acclaimed TV detective series Hinterland has been praised for pulling in EU funding. The
Carwyn Jones and Arriva Trains' Twitter clash over announcements Exchanges between Carwyn Jones and Arriva Trains Wales The first minister and Arriva Trains Wales (ATW) have clashed publicly on social media over the absence of Welsh language
Keith Towler says he is increasingly frustrated at the lack of progress Children in care in Wales still do not have the support they need and are being denied the right to an advocate, the children's commissioner claims. Keith Towler said he was
Keep youngsters on job track call by Wales Audit Office Many people in their early twenties not in work or training were found to have family or caring responsibilities Young people need to be kept on track in the search for jobs into their mid-