A MIRACULOUS coincidence may have saved the life of a Penarth man who collapsed at a garage - after an ambulance took more than half an hour to respond to the emergency call.
WONDERFUL weather was the order of the day last Saturday as Old Penarthians Firsts and Seconds undertook their first league matches of 2006 at Cwrt-y-Vil.
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A FAMILIAR sight along Fairfield Road and the route to Cornerswell Road shops will be seen no more.
VALE Police have been lauded by a Neighbourhood Watch group for their persistence in helping rid Dinas Powys of its yob element.
A MAN tipped to reach the top of the entertainment industry was at Penarth's Briarbank studios last week to record tracks which he hopes will launch his pop career.
A SCHEME that sees new mums and mums-to-be discussing their ante and postnatal experiences aims to shape the future of maternity provision in the Vale and Cardiff for the better.
THE tradition of printing in Penarth has a bright future, say the new owners of a Penarth firm which has seen dramatic changes in its 57-year-history.
APPARENTLY, the key to longevity is not drinking, not smoking, and playing rugby!
THE footballing community in Dinas Powys is in mourning following the sudden death of the manager of one of the village's mini-section teams.
A WALKWAY with cycle access linking Penarth with Cardiff Bay via the barrage and a new bridge is set to be given the go-ahead in the next few weeks.
THIRTEEN lucky regulars at a Penarth pub were popping the champagne corks this week after scooping £52,197 on last Saturday"s lotto draw.
ON Saturday afternoon, in brilliant winter sunshine, Windsor LTC Ladies Cymru Kitchens first team played hosts to Monmouth LTC.