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Wales could become the latest country to trial a four-day week
Wales' Future Generations Commission wants the country's public sector to trial a shorter working week to tackle high rates of sickness and low productivity.
The world’s largest floating wind farm is being built off the UK coast
'Gwynt Glas' will be 20 times bigger than the current largest floating wind farm and generate 1GW of energy.
Storm Barra: Thousands of homes left without power in Ireland
The storm is also threatening further destruction in some parts of Britain that had just about finished repairing the damage caused by Storm Arwen in late November.
Free trees are being handed out to the entire population in Wales
People who cannot take part in the scheme can choose for a free tree to be planted on their behalf.
‘A human catastrophe’: The UK’s first climate refugees refuse to leave
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Man sentenced for sending bomb hoax to UK vaccine plant and Wuhan lab
About 120 people were evacuated from a plant near Wrexham producing the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine after the bomb scare in January.
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Why you should visit lakes, mountains and moors in Scotland and Wales
The UK is home to some stunning countryside, from beaches and lakes, to mountains and moors. Here’s our top places to visit in Scotland and Wales at any time of year.
Where is Europe’s first 4-person zip line and underwater escape room?
These abandoned mines and quarries in North Wales offer a chance for an eye-watering adventure.
Dolberg scores 2, Denmark beats Wales 4-0 at Euro 2020
Denmark was the first team to advance to the quarterfinals at Euro 2020 by beating Wales 4-0.
Euro 2020: Italy beats Wales 1-0
The team marked its 11th straight win in the European Championship and will now play the second-place team from Group C at Wembley Stadium in London.
Ramsey goal helps Wales to a 2-0 victory over Turkey at EURO 2020
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EURO 2020: This is your quick guide to Wales
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Power of a placename: Ireland’s many Yr Wyddfas
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The Welsh mountain battle: Why Snowdon should switch to Yr Wyddfa
Wales is trying to reclaim its tallest mountain’s Indigenous name, but colonial attitudes run deep.
Wales manager Ryan Giggs to miss Euro 2020 after assault charges
The former Manchester United star was on Friday formally accused of assaulting two women.
Welsh river turns white after milk tanker crashes into it
"An unknown quantity" of milk flowed into the river, officials said.
Travel the UK like a local: Must-sees and best-avoided
Travel tips on how, where and when to visit the UK from someone who has been there and done it.
8 reasons to put Cardiff on your travel bucket list
From the castles steeped in history to the picturesque pier, here's why you should visit the Welsh capital.
"Silence, serenity and peace": Sir Bryn Terfel's Christmas message
The Metropolitan Opera's pay per view online concerts make Christmas for music lovers across the globe with performances from operatic stars. Its online format is a solution to get musicians to their audiences and to remove the veil of darkness on opera houses during the pandemic.
Wales' 'non-essential items' ban in supermarkets to be reviewed
Many people called into question the choice of products that had been earmarked as not crucial, which reportedly included clothes, shoes, toys and bedding.
'Firebreak' lockdown announced in Wales to fight coronavirus spread
'Firebreak' lockdown announced in Wales until November 9 in effort to halt spread of coronavirus
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Some travellers have asked for clarity after Wales and Scotland imposed a 14-day quarantine for arrivals from Portugal, while England did not.
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The left-wing Labour party, in contrast to the Conservatives, is de-emphasising Brexit and concentrating instead on domestic issues in its newly-released manifesto.
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