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Welcome to Wales Today - our top stories:

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First Minister Carwyn Jones - in Norway - says -

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EU citizens should not face barriers if they come to work

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Carwyn Jones wants the smoothest Brexit possible, but tonight

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a warning from Norway's prime minister about how hard it

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But the message tonight from the Prime Minister about just how

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Passports please - should Wales be given

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That's the call tonight from a group of MPs.

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Do you want to chop the butter, darling?

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Caroline Alan is a foster parent - so how do you give children

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from troubled backgrounds a new start?

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Through into this room, which is the examinations office...

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Metal thieves cause thousands of pounds in damage to this school -

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the staff hope CCTV footage will identify the suspects.

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And Swansea City unveil their third manager of the season, but Paul

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Clement says he is the man to keep them in the Premier League.

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EU citizens shouldn't face barriers if they come

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here to work after Brexit, so says the First Minister.

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Carwyn Jones was speaking during a visit to Norway.

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It isn't part of the European Union but accepts many of its laws

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and its rules on immigration as a member of the single market.

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From the Norwegian capital Oslo, our political correspondent Daniel

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By coming here, Carwyn Jones is sending a signal that he wants

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Brexit to be as smooth as possible. To stay in the single market Norway

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must allow EU workers to come here freely, even though it's not an EU

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member state. To keep our access to the single market, Carwyn Jones says

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we should be prepared to do something similar. I know that many

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people are not happy with the current system of freedom of

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movement so that can't stay exactly how it is. I say people should have

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freedom of movement to go to a job and if they have a job they should

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be able to do that without any kind of barrier in their way. I think

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that is a reasonable way of dealing with people's concerns. Norway does

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well and we want to see how it's done.

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He says he is here to learn. The First Minister visited a sixth form

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college this morning and wants to learn from Norway's government to

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find out whether a soft Brexit which keeps the UK in the single market is

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possible. That while he is in Norway, the Norwegian Prime Minister

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has been in Germany, where she have this warning. I fear a very hard

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Brexit but I hopefully will find a better solution.

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There has to be give and take to stay in the single market and out of

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the EU. Norway has a high number of EU

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migrants coming in, higher per capita migrants in Norway than in

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the UK, in fact. But in Norway migration from the EU is seen as

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positive. With some difficulties. Norwegians have voted against EU

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membership in the past and this Norwegian Ph.D. Student based in

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Cardiff University says there is no prospect of that changing.

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It hasn't been part of the debate since 1994 and all parties have

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agreed to leave the debate because the opinion polls always show people

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are Eurosceptic so there is no point.

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A red white and blue Brexit is what Theresa May once. Today Carwyn Jones

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attacked her for not making clear what that means. Conservatives say

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his visit to Oslo is grandstanding. What we need to be creating is the

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British model because we are the fifth largest economy in the world,

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we have a great trading relationship with entries across the globe and

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Europe needs to trade with Britain. If the First Minister wishes to go

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to Oslo and look at what Norway is doing, yes, what we need to be

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crafting out here is a British relationship with Europe.

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Carwyn Jones says we are in uncharted territory and no country

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has left the EU before, and no other country, including Norway, provides

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a ready-made blueprint to describe how things will work after Brexit.

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Norway had to build its own relationship with Europe. The UK

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will have to do the same when it formally starts the Brexit process

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in March. Dan, Carwyn Jones is keen

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that the Prime Minister listens to him during Brexit negotiations -

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is this trip going to Well, you would have to say that the

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Welsh government's record at getting what it wants in Westminster in

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recent years has been patchy. Whether Theresa May will pay

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attention to Carwyn Jones this time, who knows, she has a lots of other

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people to listen to and not to mention differences of opinion

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within her own party and government and of course the rest of Europe.

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Today Carwyn Jones said she needs to make clear exactly what the UK

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Government's position is and he says he is not spoiling for a fight but

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in the next breath he says it isn't even clear to the government itself

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what the policy is. Every step of the way he has to bear in mind- and

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he is fully aware - that the majority of people in Wales voted to

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leave, including many strongholds of his own Labour Party. It is fair

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enough to commit to figure out what sort of Brexit he wants but getting

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it is a different matter altogether. Jamie. Thank you.

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While the First Minister has been visiting Norway

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it's emerged that he blocked one of his ministers from

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The economy secretary Ken Skates' request

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for a trip scheduled this month was declined.

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He'd been invited by a creative industries company to Los Angeles,

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The Welsh Government said the timing was not appropriate.

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Should Wales be given control over immigration?

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That's the call tonight from a group of MPs who say

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devolving some powers over the system, such as visas

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and migration quotas, could help public confidence.

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The UK Government says any changes would lead to complications.

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Our political reporter Carl Roberts has the story.

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Immigration is never far from the headlines.

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Today's debate - who should set the rules for people wanting to

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A report from a group of MPs and peers

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says the Welsh Government should have a say and is calling on the UK

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Government to seriously consider devolving a degree of control over

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immigration policy powers to the nations and regions to help

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It also wants an independent commission to explore

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What the decision to leave the EU gives us

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is the opportunity to design a new immigration system.

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So, our report recommends an independent commission

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to explore how a devolved, region-led system might give people

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a greater sense of democratic control over immigration

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Shaping immigration criteria to address national or regional

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needs will instil greater confidence that the system works for your area

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The report also suggests looking at the system in

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place in Canada, were all ten provincial governments are allowed

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to set specific requirements for immigrants and have some control

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Some question whether this kind of system would work here in Wales.

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In some ways it would make sense because education and housing

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are already devolved issues but in other ways it may complicate

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things because asylum and immigration are

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obviously not devolved and asylum seekers are frequently rooted around

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the UK on a no-choice basis so they would have to look

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at that policy again if they want to solve these issues.

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Others say immigration rules tailored to the needs of Wales

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Wales' economic profile is different from

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We have a larger dependency on manufacturing and

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we're the only country in the UK that is a net

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exporter of goods, so

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having our own ability to issue work visas and work permits would give us

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an increased advantage, I think, in terms of

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boosting our economy and

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The Welsh Government has welcomed the

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report and says it would like to see the needs

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of Wales represented in

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any future UK Government immigration policy but the UK Government isn't

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so keen and says having different immigration policies for different

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parts of the UK would complicated the system.

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A children's football coach who took ecstacy for the first time

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died after falling into a river and drowning.

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An inquest was told 21-year-old Jordan Miers was seen

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confused and disorientated after leaving a work's Christmas

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His body was recovered from the city's marina

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A television channel specialising in extreme sports has been unveiled

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as the latest business partner for the the proposed

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Those behind the project are hoping to build the ?425 million

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Extreme runs events and says its online sports channel

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New plans include a skate park and stage for live music.

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400 workers at the JCB factory in Wrexham will be involved

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in supplying the United States army with a fleet of forklift trucks.

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They'll be producing axles for 1,600 rough terrain vehicles.

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It's one of the biggest single orders in JCB's history.

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What's the best way to help children who have not been given

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It's a question many have been asking

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following research from Public Health Wales which revealed

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how adverse childhood experiences can affect people for life,

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both in terms of their mental well-being and

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Our reporter Carys Notley has been to a centre in Newport which aims

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Do you want to chop the better, darling, so it will melt in better?

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Caroline has been fostering for seven years.

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She currently has two children in her care alongside her

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Some of the children she's cared for over

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the years have had a difficult or traumatic past.

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Some, she says, talk openly about this.

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You work at the child's pace, some choose not to

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and just sit there and enjoy what's happening.

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Others will sit back and reflect and say, we never did this, we never

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You know, they don't share what's gone on and

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you have to respect their need for privacy in that regard.

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Many children taken into care have a difficult family background.

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Research released at the end of 2016 shows that those exposed to abuse,

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domestic violence or other stressful situations

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childhood but have a much greater chance of developing long-term

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mental health problems as well as chronic diseases like type two

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The charity Action for Children holds

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sessions for foster carers to try to create

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sessions for foster carers to try to create new positive

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memories for the children they care for.

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This centre in Newport tries to combat some of

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the issues raised in the Public Health Wales report.

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This is a safe place where children and foster

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parents can come together where guidance and support is offered,

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focused on play, nurture and recapturing the childhood that some

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Here they practice exercises such as balance beams to help build

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confidence and trust between care and foster child.

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It's introducing children to experiences they missed out on.

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Fundamentals that all children need for healthy

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As we know that play is a fundamental part of that, feeling

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safe so that children can relax is a fundamental part of that.

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And these are the fundamentals that our

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There's also been talk of the Welsh government

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setting up so-called children's zones in areas with high numbers of

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children believed to be having a difficult or traumatic childhood.

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Places where organisations can collaborate to improve the lives of

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I really want to see more detail on the children's zones.

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The last I heard from government was that some local authorities have

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come forward to say they are interested.

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I don't know where they are or what the detail is.

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We know that by reducing incidences of

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domestic abuse, fewer parents are going into prison, reducing

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homelessness and violence and we will make children's childhoods

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happier and reduce long-term problems.

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The Welsh Government says it's working

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to prevent and reduce the impact of adverse experiences on children

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but can't yet provide any details on the timescale for

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Having settled in well with Caroline, the hope is more foster

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children like these will get the help and support they need in

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childhood to live as healthy, happy adults.

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A school in Torfaen is appealing for help to catch two

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suspected thieves it says have caused tens

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of thousands of pounds of damage by removing lead from its roof.

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Staff at West Monmouth School in Pontypool returned this week

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to find computer equipment and GCSE artwork ruined.

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Torfaen Council says it's the third incident

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A seriously damp start of the New Year. You can see that the lead has

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been taken from there. If you come around the corner you can see right

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the way down where it would have been, and through the windows you

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can see where it has been cut. The headteacher reckons the life

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that has been taken was only worth around ?100 or so, the damage it has

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caused is far more expensive. The water has come down with

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significant damage to the ceiling. A lot of it has come down. We've got

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dehumidifiers in here at the moment. Lots of laptops soaked through.

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The school has released the CCTV footage, appearing to show the

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suspects in the early hours of New Year's Eve. It is hoped they will

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get in touch with Gwent Police. It is thought to in excess of

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?40,000 and it could go up more when we do an analysis of the equipment.

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This is the third instance of metal theft in three months from schools

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in this area. Torfaen council says thousands of pounds worth of damage

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has been caused so far, and hard work has also been ruined.

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It has landed on all the GCSE work. When the pupils find out they will

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be really disappointed. A lot of time and effort has gone into it

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more than anything. A lot of this isn't covered by

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insurance and a lot of this will have to be paid for by the public

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purse. The school wants to catch those responsible for a massive

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waste of public resources. The new man at Swansea City faces

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the media for the first time - Paul Clement sets out his vision

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for the struggling And one of our rooms is missing -

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the mystery of Gwydir Castle's disappearing parlour,

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and an American newspaper tycoon. A housing development

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in Pembrokeshire, which claims to be Wales' first solar village,

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has been officially opened. The six eco-homes have

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been built near Cardigan and they'll be used to house people

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on the council's waiting list. When it comes to houses, it was all

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meant to be about location, location and location. Set in idyllic

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location in temperature, the six timber homes face south to harness

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energy from the south and use a fraction of the energy of a

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traditional house. The average two-bedroom house uses this much gas

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and electricity every year, costing anything up to ?1500 per household.

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This house uses much less. It only uses electricity and accuses 4000

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kilowatt hours. It generates thousands per year, meaning the

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bills are roughly around ?200 and any electricity that is left over is

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sold to the national grid. It has taken more than four years to

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finish. Financing hasn't been easy, many mortgage lenders still prefer

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bricks and mortar. Now they are to get out four homes to those on the

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waiting lists. The authority wants to deal with the housing shortage

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with homes like this and the Environment Secretary says she is

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keen. I don't see why we can't replicate

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this. We are dedicated to building 20,000 more affordable homes and why

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not houses like this? The houses can be built quickly,

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like piecing together a giant jigsaw. The component walls are

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built just a mile of the road. This man is now employed full-time.

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We made this building in four or five days and we can find it within

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a week, watertight within a week. You don't really see that often.

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That is how it's different. The scheme needed ?2 million of private

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investment and the idea is still seen as a prototype. Could these

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type of houses be commonplace in future?

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You don't have to wait until tomorrow to generate more energy

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than they use, we can do it now so we should just do it. We should

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start building houses all over the place using this technology.

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It has been a Labour of love for the people behind these buildings and

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the first tenants are expected to move in within the next few weeks.

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A police officer in Wrexham has been recognised for her outstanding work

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with the deaf community across North Wales.

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Sergeant Laura Salisbury-Jones has grown up with an older brother

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She's received the Force's award for Diversity Champion for her work

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and for having completed four British sign language

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Wrexham in itself has got a big deaf community,

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and just from seeing the problems my brother

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faces, really, if they want to report a crime or

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or speak to an officer it's so difficult for them to do that.

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Swansea City's new manager has faced the media for the first time,

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setting out his vision for the struggling

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Claire Summers is at the Liberty Stadium for us tonight.

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Swansea City's new man in charge, their third boss of the season

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Paul Clement has agreed a two-and-a-half-year deal

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The 44-year-old said today his priority is to bring

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Halfway through their season, the Swans have 18 Premier League

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games to play with 54 more points available, the question

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is he the man to keep them in the Premier League?

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Is this the man to transform the city's fortunes around? 44-year-old

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Paul Clement facing the media for the first time today, clear to spell

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out why he has come to the Liberty Stadium. I'm excited by the

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challenge. I could've stayed at Bayern Munich and had a great chance

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to win the league there and advance into the further stages of the

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Champions League and it would have been great but I've done that for

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the last six or seven years and I want another challenge. I can feel

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excited already, I feel good about it.

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Having enjoyed modest success of a non-league player, his coaching CV

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boasts much experience in the right-hand man to Carlo Ancelotti.

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Derby County sacked him after eight months, despite them being fifth in

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the championship table. It is his connection with the Italian coach

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that has seen him work at some of the biggest clubs. The pair met at

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Chelsea and have worked at Real Madrid, where they managed stars

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like Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo. They moved on to Bayern

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Munich but Swansea city have come calling and he feels the time is

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right. The supporters trust have welcomed the appointment, please to

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have been consulted this time around.

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Very pleasing from our point of view, and the major shareholders

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have kept us up to date and will be consulted us on the various

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candidates and the ultimate equipment that has taken place.

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Paul Clement says he is still in the process of finalising his staff that

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there won't be a place on his first-team coaching setup for Swans

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legend Alan Curtis. He told me the 62-year-old who has been caretaker

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manager three times were still have a role at the club and is meeting

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the chairman tomorrow. We have had a slight readjustment in

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what we're doing in Germany. We would like Alan to stay at the club.

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Some fans thought he had left and that isn't the case. -- doing

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internally. A lot of the decision will be down to him.

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The task he faces is a difficult one. He says he has had assurances

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from the bosses there will be money in the January transfer window. His

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challenge is to keep Swansea city a shining light Indian Premier League.

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Swansea have been accused of lacking character this season

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but they showed plenty of fight on their win over Crystal Palace.

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Paul Clement watched that game from the sidelines -

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he takes full charge away to Hull this weekend, in the third

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round of the FA Cup. Jamie.

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Could someone in the United States hold the key to an 80-year Welsh

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Unique oak panelling from Gwydir Castle near Llanrwst

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was sold to the flamboyant American newspaper magnate

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William Randolph Hearst - and hasn't been seen

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Now the castle's current owners are turning detective

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to try to find it in the hope it can be brought home.

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Gwydir is more house than castle, just across the River Conwy.

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It was built for the Wynne's, a leading Welsh family,

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This was really one of the principal entrances into

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the main house, into the solar towers.

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The solar tower dates to around 1500.

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For Judy Corbett and her husband, it has been a 23 year

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A ruin brought back to life, but there are bits missing.

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Describe to me what this would have looked like say 500 years ago.

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Well, the walls would have been lined with

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this amazing oak panelling and here in front of this rather, as it is,

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magnificent fireplace as it is now, there was a remarkable late 16th

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century overmantle, a fireplace, here.

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And now just this photograph remains.

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It is from the catalogue when the contents of the castle were

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The buyer, William Randolph Hearst, the flamboyant

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American newspaper magnate who inspired the film Citizen Kane.

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Just like Kane he pursued power and wealth.

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He had the panelling and fireplace shipped back to New York

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for his own apartment but it disappeared in 1939.

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The current owners of Gwydir Castle have turned

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It was very valuable so it wouldn't have been

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It was taken out of the apartment and now it is just

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that that we lose track of so we are spending our time

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in record offices and online, constantly searching for

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And the couple have formed the interior of this room. They track

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this down to New York's met Museum, still in crates. They bought it back

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and brought it home. Over 23 years, Judy and her husband have turned

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from house restorers into house detectives. They say they are really

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passionate about finding the interior of this room. The question

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of course is what happens if it turns up? And what happens if the

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people who have it once an awful lot of money for it? They say they will

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find a way and they say that restoring this room to the way it

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was intended would be worth it. I could do with a face-lift. This is

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the lowest temperature recorded so far in Wales this year. Parts of the

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coast of freezing. This cracking photograph was taken today. It

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hasn't been sunny everywhere. This shot shows plenty of cloud in

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Pembrokeshire. This evening cloudy in the south-west.

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Elsewhere clear with a widespread frost.

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That lift temperatures with the odd spot of rain on Anglesey.

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So here's the picture for 8 in the morning.

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Not as cold as today but chilly and fairly cloudy.

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Most places dry for a while but with spots of rain in the north and west.

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During the day outbreaks of rain will spread

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Some heavy rain in the afternoon with low cloud,

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Milder later in the day with a south to southwesterly breeze.

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In Monmouthshire tomorrow a dry and chilly morning.

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A little rain in the afternoon with a high of 6C in Chepstow.

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In Conwy, dry for a while but rain on the way.

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Tomorrow night the rain will ease off and clear.

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So turning drier with low cloud, mist and fog patches.

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Saturday mist and fog will slowly lift.

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Light rain or drizzle in places otherwise dry.

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And some places will brighten-up with a little sunshine.

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Temperatures on the mild side with light winds.

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The odd spot of light rain or drizzle.

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Equally a lot of dry weather with a few sunny intervals.

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So after today's blue sky, sunshine and frost.

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It's all change tomorrow with some rain on the way.

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More on tonight's stories on our website.

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I'll have an update for you here at 8 o'clock and again

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That's Wales Today - thank you for watching,

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from all of us on programme, good evening.

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