26 July 2014 Last updated at 02:03

Drugs tests add to Wales' Games woeWilliams, Warburton, Evans, Brace

Wales' stuttering Commonwealth Games campaign took yet another blow on Friday after athletics co-captain Rhys Williams failed a drugs test.


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Four peregrine falcons are found dead in their remote nest with police suspecting foul play.

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Cardiff beats London, Manchester and Glasgow as the place where residents feel the most satisfied to live, a Europe-wide survey finds.

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