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Wartime film isn’t quite Their Finest – but it’s certainly enjoyable! Screen Talk with Gareth Jamieson
Accolade for Cardiff residential home
Music at Dinas Powys
Heronston Hotel hosts St John black tie charity ball
Oldcastle Primary hopes to bag a share of supermarket funding
'Cheerful staff keep the area spotless' – council workers praised in letter to The GEM
‘Rock and Raise’ gig for Velindre and LATCH in Penarth
Big Screen shows ‘Sully’
Sully U3A enjoy a seated walk!
Soroptimist Pat looks back on a busy year
‘Thank you’ for tulips – praise for council's groundsman. A letter to The GEM
Fifty years of Celtic- German friendship through music
South Wales Police receive top marks
Vale for Africa charity concert
Zumbathon raises funds for ‘Baby loss’ charity
Bringing the Nativity story to Bridgend
Police appeal after two women are robbed in Barry
Shy Nikki is looking for a loving home
Mega book sale boosts Martin Joseph charity
Barry’s Mr Sleek’s weight-loss mission in the Vale.
Lions’ May Fair in Cowbridge brings community spirit back to the Vale!
Lions’ Book Fair proves a great three day fundraiser
‘Picnic Penarth’ set for end of April
Commissioner visits Porthcawl
Lexi entertains audience at Civic Charity Appeal
RNLI calling on public to ‘Push the Boat Out’
There’s alabaster in them there Penarth cliffs!
Cowbridge factory’s state-of-the-art energy system saves thousand of pounds a year
Ploughing and Hedging Society news
Barry’s war dead April 1917 Lest We Forget by Paul Kemp
St Clare’s pupils’ Easter treats for children’s hospice
Police officers donate £2,000 to local special care baby unit
Glamorgan WIs helping to preserve jewel in the crown
Ed Evans will never be forgotten – foundation marks 10th anniversary
Mercedes-Benz delivered to top Cardiff care home
Ogmore MP judges Easter bonnet parade in Llanharan
Full house at the Memory Jar Cafe
New programme of events at Carnegie House
Ty Hafan lottery draw winners
Soroptimists enjoy an evening of glamour and fashion at John Lewis
Celebrations for Sandville’s 26th birthday
Spectre of James Bond, and a racing pedigree, appears for Aston Martin at MoD St Athan
Gentle Jack loves walks and a curl-up
Llancarfan Primary duck race is a quacking success!
The men who built Barry – Retail entrepreneurs of the late 19th century.
Going, going, gone! Goodbye to Cai’s locks
Tesco staff join conservation efforts at Parc Slip reserve
Who wants to build what, and where, in the county borough?
Velindre doctor wins clinical teaching award
Llanfair Primary build ‘Bugingham Palace’
Welsh-speaking volunteers needed to greet Urdd visitors
Nottage pupils bring smiles (and a tear in the eye) to home’s residents
Welsh Autism petition gathers more support
Barry Yacht Club opens its doors to ‘social membership’
Are you running an ‘innovative’ event? Help may be at hand
Family fun at the Cats Protection Easter egg day
Two older pooches looking for a home
Porthcawl Lions Club hosts Q & A with celebrated historian (and a charity golf day too).
Barry Friends of Tenovus celebrate
WNO students put on a show for St Donats Nursery
Kelly will run London Marathon for her dad
Vale storytelling app launched
Planning a Great Get-Together in Rhoose!
Colwinston quads!
Porthcawl goes the extra mile to remember the Samtampa disaster
Council is on the lookout for good citizens
Estate agents join forces in Cowbridge
Probus hears the story of the NHS
Police appeal after St Athan robbery
Barry's Faye nails ‘Skills Competition Wales’ event
The Vale Funeral Service supports local foodbank
Pretty in pink!
Back to black (and white) at local photography club
Barry stamp and postcard fair
New cycle scheme aims to get Vale girls ‘on the move’
Fun day is planned in Dinas
Bright Sparks! Brothers through to skills finals
Junior Dragons dream of an indoor facility
Moving story behind the growth of KPC
Bridgend’s Jenny is runner-up as mammal photographer of the year
St Bride’s Primary joins the elite!
HarpingOn about Gypsy music
Young Boys Brigaders learn the story of Easter
Princess Royal is guest at Welsh women's charity event
Robert takes the title in Sully painting competition.
Nostalgic ramble in Porthkerry by local historian, Laurie Owen
Pupils make video report on church repairs
Porthcawl artist’s triumph at Cowbridge Art Society
Two mud baths with the Vale Ramblers!
Top Vale locations are featured in a new psychological thriller from 'Line of Duty' team
Residents’ calls for dog bins successful
Penarth man jailed for eight years following robbery rampage
PM’s call for snap General Election
Suzy Davies AM tables first-aid lessons for pupils
Latest county borough planning proposals
Insight into Aspects of the First World War’ at Bridgend Rotary Club
Penarth Ramblers in shadow of the Brecon Beacons
Have a cup of coffee for Cancer Research UK
Bowls Club coffee morning
Apprentice’s Alana brings sweets to the Food and Drink Festival
Aero Challenge for the engineers of the future
Emma hair cut boosts two deserving causes
Peace Pole helps pupils spread the message of peace at Colwinston!
Be a volunteer helper for Marie Curie
Ramblers walk Caerphilly
Less drama would make this film even more Fast & Furious! Screen Talk with Gareth Jamieson
Poet’s new book (and film) takes a close look at home
Call to golfers to help youth charity.
Vale Photographic Club’s challenge
Search is on for Wales’ future leaders
Ogmore AM supports 'sexting' law
NFU award deadline tomorrow!
A stage manager’s nightmare for Dinas Powys Probus Club!
Irish eyes smile at Barnardo’s concert
Stanwell School news roundup
Colwinston cyclists on 900-mile quest
TV producers hoping to hit the Hinterland heights by filming in Pencoed and the Vale
Wanted: agricultural entrepreneurs!
Eating pud for the common good
‘Optimistic’ beekeepers can’t let the horrors of the Asian Hornet get them down
The House of Owain triumphs at Pencoed Comprehensive eisteddfod
Man jailed for affray outside Porthcawl school
A solemn Saturday as Porthcawl remembers the Samtampa disaster.
Farmers need help to deal with flytipping
The lark ascendant in Big Farmland Bird Count
Barry Pier ­– and the Island’s new connections with coast and sea
Traders’ fines have been cancelled in Dinas Powys
New trade sale manager sets sights high at Sigma 3
Porthcawl and the First World War ­– April 1917
Llantwit First Independents team for local elections
Energetic Tyson wants to play – Bridgend Dogs Trust's 'Dog of the Week'
Porthcawl man jailed for biting his step-father’s eyebrow, cheek and nose
Pencoed film studio has a ‘Doctor’ on call
'Parry in Penarth' honours the composer
Behaviour of Royal Porthcawl Golf Club members at funeral blasted as ‘yobbish’
Sir Norman stands down as chairman of Cowbridge Charter Trust
Ex-builder beat up his former partner’s friend
What's goin' on 'ere, then? Vice squad visits Ystradowen and District WI
Mind supported by Blacksmith's Arms
Inside the world of Freemasonry
Welsh Government policy changes '...will widen £40m black hole in social care funding'
Kidney Wales to ‘Walk around Wales’ to celebrate 50th year with an epic trek
Anwen’s London Marathon for two causes
Get out and about in Cowbridge now Spring is here – it’s the thing to do!
HarpingOn touch the Gypsy spirit in us all
Double success for local mountain rescue team
Clare’s Irish bicycling epic draws closer
Old-timers’ caper comedy is a perfunctory and predictable affair... Screen Talk with Gareth Jamieson
Bridgend rock band Those Damn Crows to wow at Wildfire
A good deed from Llantwit folk