Monthly Archives: October 2013

Saturday, 26th October, 2013.

Cashing In On Faith      You can tell that it’s been a dull news week in Wales when I comment on seeming trivia!   But here I go.      Baywatch – the nickname for our Welsh Government based on CardiffBay – … Continue reading

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Saturday, 19th October, 2013.

In Remembrance      On Monday of this week – 14th October – some of the people of Wales were remembering the Senghennydd Explosion, which was the worst mining disaster ever to have happened in the British Isles, and which happened … Continue reading

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Saturday, 12th October, 2013.

Celtic Heritage      My spies up in Scotland tell me that there a lot of political argy-bargy up there regarding masses of money being spent on protecting Scots Gaelic.   It is very much a minority language and many Scots believe … Continue reading

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Saturday, 5th October, 2013.

Health Advice      Our Welsh Government is trying to help us all become fitter.   Nice to know it cares, eh? Our AMs have noticed that far too many of the People of Wales are using their cars to travel very … Continue reading

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