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27th July 2014 03:14pm

'Fantastic role model' and inspiring college lecturer Gail is given top honour

Gail Pritchard, 54, from Gelli, teaches at Rhondda campus of Coleg y Cymoedd

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27th July 2014 05:15am

'I had my heart broken. Now I'm going to live with monks in a Nepal monastery to mark my 30th birthday'

While most of us plan a big party to celebrate the big 3-0, Beckie Jordan has other plans. She's off to live with monks in Nepal

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26th July 2014 10:00am

Brecon Jazz: Five things you need to know about Gregory Porter

We put the spotlight on the renowned US singing star

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26th July 2014 06:00am

This Much I Know: Lynne Barrett Lee

She's pretty sure she didn't raise hoarders but our columnist's house is packed with stuff and she knows that her sons are to blame

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26th July 2014 05:00am

Gove may have gone but is more drama on the way?

Gareth Evans argues that despite Michael Gove moving on from the role of education secretary there may be more drama yet to come this summer.

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25th July 2014 05:11pm

Playgrounds squeezed in places crush

Many schools are building new classrooms on outside space to accommodate a growing number of pupils.

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25th July 2014 03:49pm

Heads of the Valleys pupils face Dragons in business competition

Schools in the Heads of the Valleys have pitched their ideas for a new drinks product to a panel of Dragons, as part of their involvement in Business in the Community’s (BITC) Business Class programme.

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25th July 2014 01:56pm

'A punch in the guts' - mum fears her diabetic son could have to change schools because staff can't give him his insulin

Rachel Price fears her son Jac might have to change schools if a permanent solution for his insulin injections can't be found.

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25th July 2014 12:35pm

Michael Gove may have gone but is more drama on the way for education?

Gareth Evans argues that despite Michael Gove moving on from the role of education secretary there may be more drama yet to come this summer.

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25th July 2014 11:33am

Young women are more likely to suffer from money worries, according to Insolvency Service figures

Vicky Shaw asks why young women are now more likely than men to see their finances deteriorate to such an extent that they fall into personal insolvency

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