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In pictures: Queen and Cambridges celebrate UK-India ties at Buckingham Palace reception

In pictures: Queen and Cambridges celebrate UK-India ties at Buckingham Palace reception

Guests from the worlds of sport, fashion, showbusiness and the arts were invited to the event.

8:03pm Monday 27 February 2017

Concerns as historic cinema closure faces further delays

Market Hall Cinema in Brynmawr.

A HISTORIC cinema in Blaenau Gwent will remain closed on its 123rd birthday tomorrow as its council-enforced closure over asbestos fears faces further delays.

8:02pm Monday 27 February 2017

Tara Palmer-Tomkinson's sister shares eulogy on social media

Tara Palmer-Tomkinson's sister shares eulogy on social media

Tara Palmer-Tomkinson died from a perforated ulcer.

7:43pm Monday 27 February 2017

Roger Federer eases into second round in Dubai

Roger Federer eases into second round in Dubai

The number three seed’s victory took just 54 minutes.

7:33pm Monday 27 February 2017

19th-century church to go under the hammer

The Baptist church up for auction in Alexandra Road, Pill, Newport.Chris Tinsley.

A BAPTIST Church in Alexandra Road, Newport, which has planning permission for five one bedroom flats is to be auctioned.

7:23pm Monday 27 February 2017

Tara Palmer-Tomkinson’s sister shares eulogy on social media

Tara Palmer-Tomkinson’s sister shares eulogy on social media

“I hope you know that we love you, with all our hearts, we really do.”

7:22pm Monday 27 February 2017

Sir John Major urges ‘more charm, less cheap rhetoric’ in Brexit talks

Sir John Major urges ‘more charm, less cheap rhetoric’ in Brexit talks

Voters must be told how the outcomes of the negotiations will affect them, the ex-PM stressed.

6:53pm Monday 27 February 2017

Final chapter of Tunisia inquest to be heard tomorrow

Final chapter of Tunisia inquest to be heard tomorrow

THE families of British victims of the Tunisia terror attack, including the family of Blackwood woman Trudy Jones, are expected to gather tomorrow to hear the final chapter of the inquest into the deaths of their loved ones.

6:51pm Monday 27 February 2017

Residents urged to join litter picks following last year's successful campaign in Wiltshire

Residents urged to join litter picks following last year's successful campaign in Wiltshire

RESIDENTS in Wiltshire are being encouraged to join in one of more than 140 litter picks across the county.

6:50pm Monday 27 February 2017

February blues banished by A Capella Festival sunshine

Borth bucaneers Mor Ladron performed soulful and swashbuckling sea shanties. PICTURE: Mark Llewellyn Photography

IF there’s one thing that gets me through the grey days of February, it’s knowing that at the end of the month the Narberth A Capella Festival will bring a weekend of metaphorical musical sunshine.

6:45pm Monday 27 February 2017
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