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new University Challenge quiz master
at 14:45 18 Aug 2022


at 19:06 16 Aug 2022

Passed away, aged 41

The most cringefest TV audition ever

Wizz Air suspends flights from Cardiff
at 17:39 11 Aug 2022

More great news for the Welsh taxpayer

Suspended from Sept 19th
Swansea University playing fields
at 12:05 11 Aug 2022

Sprinkler full go this morning, passed it at 10.30 and again on the way back at 11.45. Pitch looks lovely and green but so does Royal Ashleigh golf course just over the road. Heatwave will be over by Monday, so its hardly needed and why during the day, its the worst time to do it?

There are 3 possibilities for the water:
- recycled from the pool, which I doubt as there are chemicals in it
- stored in a large tank, after getting it off the pool roof, which would be a great solution
- off the water mains, bad show if it is, even though we're not under a hosepipe ban
Energy: bloke on the news
at 22:19 2 Aug 2022

Graham showing the reporter what he gets from a food bank

He says "I only uses a kettle and a microwave and thats it, oh and a shower and thats all because I can't afford to have it on"

Then they show him using his laptop computer
Para athletes at the Commonwalth games
at 22:11 2 Aug 2022

Tanni G-T just said that the wheel chairs they race in, can cost between 10K and 40K USD. That and the cost of the prosthetic limbs, then its hardly a level playing field if you're not from a UK nation, Oz, NZ, Canada or S.A.

Don't get me wrong, I'm enjoying seeing everybody competing together under their respective flags but the poorer nations ain't got a hope when it comes to the medals table.

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at 11:20 29 Jul 2022

Well today is finally the day, the judge announces the result at midday.

after spending 3 million quid of the their husbands money on their ego
Spending a penny
at 19:32 21 Jul 2022

I wouldn't even buy one of them, sounds like a con to me...

Cardiff move to cut debts by £19m

Cardiff City are looking to convert another £19m of debt into equity as part of renewed attempts to tackle their accounts.

The club has issued 1.9billion new shares at 1p each, with the announcement coming quietly through Companies House on Tuesday. In principal, sources claim the move will effectively wipe £19m off the club's overall debts, which according to their latest accounts stand at £109.5m for the year ending May 31, 2021.

It follows a similar move made in February, where owner Vincent Tan converted another £6m of the £61m owed to him after the club's debts grew due to the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

Chairman Mehmet Dalman at one stage stated Tan had effectively to put his hand in his pocket to the tune of nearly £3m a month to keep the club running, putting the brakes on a pledge made by the Malaysian back in 2016, where he insisted he'd try and make Cardiff debt-free within five years.

But this latest bid to convert further debt into equity suggests he's perhaps keen to push ahead with that pledge.

Cardiff have been approached by Wales Online for a comment.

It's understood that while the new move will help to cut the club's debts, in likelihood it will have little impact on City's transfer efforts this summer.

Cardiff boss Steve Morison has already been busy in the transfer market, having brought 12 new players on board, and is still keen on bringing in a new striker before the start of the season, which kicks off with a tough home clash with newly-relegated Norwich City.

This latest announcement is unlikely to have any bearing on that search, although there is believed to be confidence among the hierarchy and Morison himself that attacking reinforcements will be brought on board, although it will more than likely be on loan.
£193 per second
at 11:18 20 Jul 2022

That's what Amazon makes in this country with not a penny in corporation tax
The Open
at 10:27 14 Jul 2022

Its something special when its at St. Andrews

The course might struggle with the benign conditions but hopefully the rock hard ground and tougher pin positions, they can keep the scores down
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NHS gets 4 George Crosses
at 19:17 12 Jul 2022

One for each country of the UK, thoroughly well deserved for all our NHS heroes who got us through the pandemics.
at 18:22 12 Jul 2022

Looks like Swansea & Gower miss the amber warning, no doubt we will have plenty of pictures from Barry Island on the Welsh press

Race for number 10
at 18:10 12 Jul 2022

Candidates have until 6pm tonight to get 20 nominations from MPs to stand in the first round ballot tomorrow.

The new leader will be announced on September 5, becoming PM the following day.

Boris will have his final farewell party on November 17th, then the bailiffs will enter the next day to forcibly remove him from Downing St.

Fake Inidan cricket league
at 20:51 11 Jul 2022

Ok, I just love their ingenuity and bloomin cheek plus the only mugs to fall for it were Russian

Police in India have arrested a group of conmen who set up a fake version of cricket's Indian Premier League (IPL) and fooled gamblers in Russia.

Punters parted with more than 300,000 rupees (almost $4,000), police said.

The conmen staged the match on a farm in Gujarat, paying labourers to pose as players, sporting jerseys of real IPL teams, with a bogus umpire instructed to signal a boundary or wicket.

They even hired a man to mimic famous cricket commentator Harsha Bhogle.

Players were paid around 400 rupees ($5) per game and broadcast the matches live over a YouTube channel called IPL.

The channel would never show a wide shot of the pitch, and crowd noise sound effects were downloaded from the internet and played through a speaker.

The tournament began three weeks after the actual IPL concluded in May, police said.

Despite this, the conmen managed to reach the quarter-finals stage of their so-called "Indian Premier Cricket League" before police stopped play.

Russian gamblers placed bets on a Telegram channel set up by the gang, who then alerted the fake umpire using walkie-talkies, police inspector Bhavesh Rathod told reporters.

The fake umpire would then "signal the bowler and batsman to hit a six, four or get out", Mr Rathod said.

Police have arrested four people in connection with the case.

Betting on cricket is illegal in India, and the suspects have been charged with criminal conspiracy and gambling.

another Oxford St closure
at 20:27 8 Jul 2022

Sports Direct off down Parc Tawe, thats another big store that needs filling
SF: Cameron Norrie v Novak Djokovic
at 22:33 5 Jul 2022

Can we claim Mr Norrie as Welsh now or do we have to wait for him to lose?

Born: Johannesburg, South Africa
Father: David is from Glasgow
Mother: Helen is from Cardiff

Fav rugby team: NZ all blacks
Fav football team: Newcastle Utd
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Drakeford: My chalet isn't a 2nd home
at 21:56 5 Jul 2022

Coz he can't live there all year around
Rishi Sunak resigns
at 18:13 5 Jul 2022

Sajid Javid resigns
at 18:07 5 Jul 2022

another nail in BoJo's coffin
Birtish Grand prix crash
at 16:37 3 Jul 2022

Big crash on the 1st corner, car flipped on to its roof.

That halo might look stupid but its does a job, Max Verstappen had Lewis Hamiltons car on his head in last years race and now this crash, where Zhou Guanyu got away Ok too

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