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will be more unsettled for the week ahead. -- quite

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The call made from GPs across the country who are

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For some who can't get to see the doctor they are turning up

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With lots of symptoms there is and lot we can do. We are prohibiting

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those who need to see a GP. at hospitals, putting more pressure

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on accident and Paul Pugh was left brain damaged

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after an unprovoked attack. Tonight he renews his plea

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for others to understand the consequences of alcohol fuelled

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violence. This singing might be loud

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and clear, but the law giving people the right to access services

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in Welsh is too complicated. 20 years after women were permitted

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to become priests, how much has In one particular church they lock

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the doors on me. And in the sports Swansea prepare for the first game

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with Paul Clement in charge. They face Hull in the FA Cup.

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Stay away from your local doctor's surgery if you have a cough or cold.

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With cases at a seasonal high they're urging patients to make

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appointments only if their symptoms become more serious.

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And all seven of Wales' health boards have told us that

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with hospitals feeling the knock on effect, people need to make sure

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Our reporter Ben Price is at Morriston Hospital

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For some who can't get to see the doctor they are turning up in

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hospitals instead putting extra pressure on accident and emergency

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departments. Like many GP practices this one in

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Swansea has seen its waiting room while most days in recent weeks.

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It's a similar picture across Wales as patients are reported to be

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turning up with common cold symptoms or a calf. Something GPs say they

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can do nothing about. Patients seem to think that

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antibiotics will clear all these infections.

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We have to be aware they won't. They do nothing for viral infections.

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With the demand from patients it is more difficult to access

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appointments for patients. It means they have more difficulty getting

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through on the phones. It means they're going to have to

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wait to be seen. Busy surgeries mean busy hospitals

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with patients choosing to visit A if they can't see a doctor. All

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seven health boards in Wales are warning against this tonight due to

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an already high demand on staff. As is the Welsh Ambulance Service

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which says the number of 999 calls it receives from nonemergencies is

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also on the rise as a result. It's a busy time of year. Christmas

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and New Year and be winter pressure. We are asking people to choose

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wisely and only call 999 if it is a dire emergency.

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Life-threatening emergencies. The NHS is advising patients to look

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beyond the hospital local surgery and find an alternative in an effort

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to alleviate the growing pressure on health service.

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And pharmacies like this one in Cardiff are very much at the front

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line. The pharmacist can assess patients and decide what type they

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need freeing up GPs to look more complex cases.

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There is capacity for community pharmacies to take on new services.

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Especially in winter months. We have the flu vaccination programme which

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pharmacies are providing. It's well received by the public, and then we

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have the choose pharmacy scheme rolled out Wales. Pharmacies can

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cope with the demand. I have a cough. No point going to GP. Take up

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time of Doctor. Time is very important, I think.

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I think it's a very personal thing. It depends how you react to it.

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If you think you can do with them on their own. Some people feel the need

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to go, I, personally, don't. In Swansea a new 111 phone line is

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being trialled for people to discuss symptoms with medical professionals.

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If you look at this service which reflects the broader pressures on

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general practice in daytime and in other periods, for example the

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Christmas and New Year period. We've seen call volumes for a

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population of about half a million patients resulting in 900 to 1000

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calls per day. With winter pressures on the health

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service showing no signs of easing the message remains for everyone to

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consider their options before seeing the doctor. The Chief Medical

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Officer for Wales wants to reiterate that very same message tonight. For

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people who become sick with a cold or coughed to choose the health

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service wisely. Its is hoped as we continue to move through the winter

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months that the pressure will start to ease on hospital staff like those

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here at Morriston Hospital lands around the country. Jamie. At the

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other end of the country North Wales has bored

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North Wales Health Board has admitted breaching its duty of care

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to a patient with paranoid schizophrenia who was found dead

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36-year-old, Iwan Lewis, from Penygroes, was being treated

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at the Hergest Unit at Ysbyty Gwynedd.

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His mother, Elizabeth, accused Betsi Cadwaladr Health Board

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of not listening to her concerns about his condition.

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An inquest into his death in Caernarfon recorded

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A woman has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a man's

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North Wales Police were called to an address in the Bryn Heulog

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area last night, the body of 35-year-old David James Kingsbury

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a 38 old woman has been arrested on suspicion of murder. The police are

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appealing for anyone who may have heard the altercation

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to get in touch. The community is shocked and devastated by the event.

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Old Colwyn is a quiet and peaceful place. For something like this to

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happen is very shocking for everybody.

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A Plaid Cymru AM has claimed he is a victim of "political

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harassment" after his constituency office was broken into.

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The incident at Neil McEvoy's office took place on Thursday morning.

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The AM said no valuables were taken but files were "gone through".

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He said metal bars were cut to access the property,

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South Wales Police said investigations were on going.

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A petition signed by 14,000 people to keep a 19-year-old

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from Afghanistan in the UK has been presented to the Home Office

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Bashir Nadir has been living in Cardiff for the past nine years,

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Now he's reached adulthood he could face deportation.

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A man who was left with severe brain injuries following an unprovoked

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violent attack ten years ago says his rehabilitation has

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Paul Pugh spent two months in a coma after being set upon outside a pub

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He now works with the police to warn of the dangers

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Tonight, an event's being held to mark his achievements

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He's been speaking to our reporter David Grundy.

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The 1999: made minutes after the attack on Paul Pugh, the captain of

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Mammon United football club had been out drinking with his friends. It's

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outside this pleb ten years ago that Paul Pugh was the victim of a

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sustained and and roped attack. -- this pub. The attack left him in a

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coma for two months and in hospital for over a year. A night out that

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changed his life for ever. Today for the first time in years he's been

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back inside the pub. How does it feel coming back here? It feels, to

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be honest, it feels great. The attack has left Paul needing

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regular therapy. He still has difficulty using one side of his

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body and his speech is impaired. He visits schools and clubs to tell his

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story urging others to think twice about excessive drinking.

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I do what they can to prevent it happening. This is my life now. I've

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moved on from what happened. I've made many things I can't do. But

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this I can do. This is a powerful message to the

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world. 'S mother says the change the family

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's life. I wouldn't like anybody to go through what we've gone through.

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It's been a living hell for ages. But Paul has moved on. More than

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half of adults in Wales have suffered some form of far more

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negative experience as a result of someone else being under the

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influence of alcohol. Recent research also found almost one in

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five adults felt physically threatened by someone who'd been

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drinking, one in ten had their property damaged by a drinker, and

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one in 20 suffered physical violence at the hands of someone under the

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influence of alcohol. Leading experts on alcohol-related

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violence say the number of cases he's seen has fallen significantly

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in the last decade. It remains a serious problem. We've

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seen fewer injuries now than we were 20 years ago. The types are the

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same. Facial cuts are less common now than they used to be. Jaw

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fractures, cheekbone fractures, broken noses, they are less frequent

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than they used to be. We still see them, and everyone is one too many.

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Tonight an event to mark the anniversary of plural's attack has

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been organised by the football club where he was once captain. --

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plural's attack. He will tell his story again as he tries to prevent

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what happened to him happening to others.

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A law which gives rights for people to access services in Welsh is too

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complicated and will be reviewed - according to the Welsh Government.

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Welsh language standards came into force last year.

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Well, since last year, 80 public bodies have had to offer

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They include councils, the Welsh government, national parks.

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They each have to comply with between 100 and 200 so-called

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"standards" specific to their organisation,

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it means if you phone your council, write a letter, or want to pay your

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council tax online, you should be able to do that in Welsh,

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and expect a response in the same language But some councils have

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raised concerns about the cost, as well as the complexity of having

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to offer things like translation for staff and public meetings.

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It's quiet in Llandeilo are practising for a big concert at the

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end of the month. For the singers in the choir conversing and socialising

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in Welsh is totally natural, but that hasn't always been the case.

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Last year new standards were launched setting out what councils,

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the Welsh government and national parks have to do to provide a

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bilingual service. Legislation is important to get that

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provision in the first place, and then it's about positive

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campaigning, encouragement and promotion to make sure everybody

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buys into that. Then its goodwill towards the Welsh language by

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everybody whether this be good or not.

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There are concerns that the rules are too expensive and complicated.

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Alun Davies the Welsh language minister says changes are needed but

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isn't sure what needs to change. It's always going to be a question

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of what is reasonable, Freya and deliverable. I think it's right and

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proper we have this conversation and that we have this debate. I welcome

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a conversation about how we best deliver that and how we best

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implement these policies in different places.

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Any organisation found not to be meeting the required standards could

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face a fine of up to ?5,000. Tonight one local governments also said some

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councils might consider paying the fine rather than adopt the new

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rules. The purpose of the standard is to try to halt the Welsh decline

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of Welsh its heartlands. What would you like to having lunch?

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Signposting. More of it in Welsh. I speak Welsh, but there are people

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who have very little English in area.

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I don't think there's enough in certain areas. Some areas there is

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more than others. We could promoted more. If people

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choose to have their services or speak in Welsh, they've got the

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opportunity to. I don't think they should force it on people but it's

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there. Back in Llandeilo the choir

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practices in full swing with changes to the current law is being

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considered over the next few weeks the aim is to have a new system

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where all public bodies will be singing from the same hymn sheet

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when it comes to Welsh language services. At the moment, of course,

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only public bodies have to offer bilingual services, but there are

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plans to include private utility companies too, so water, gas,

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electricity and train services. Despite the consensus that the

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system needs to change no one is currently offering an alternative.

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All eyes are on the Welsh government will be reviewing the system in

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coming weeks. Much more to come before 7pm:

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Swansea's new man puts his new team through their paces,

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we preview the weekend's FA Cup clashes and the young Welsh archers

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on target for the 2020 It's 20 years since women

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were allowed to become priests Tomorrow's services will be

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held at every cathedral Caroline Evans has been back to meet

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one of the women among those first ordained,

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and a man, who still can't fully It was an historic moment. The

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decision to allow women to become vicars, carried out the governing

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body in Lampeter by just one vote. Jenny Wigley was one of those women

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who was central to the campaign for women's ordination. I interviewed

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him many times in the run-up to the vote. So I wondered, what does she

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think looking back? I've not been this emotional since my little boys

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were born. I think I look pretty please, don't die.

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It had been hard work. Despite the elation the woman went to know

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illusion about what lay ahead. They saw themselves as pioneers.

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I went to cover where there was no priest in one church and they'd

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locked the doors on me. Nobody told the organist. So she had a key to

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getting. So there was myself and the organist and two or three elderly

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ladies will stop there were those daft things that happened.

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That has all gone. If you walk in a particular direction and find

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yourself facing a pillar. They nurtured good humour and waited for

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the idea of women priests to become normal. That, says Jenny Wigley,

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fostered real change. Lots of things have changed because

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there are just ways of working that are easier for women. We do work

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collaboratively. We don't fret about hierarchy in that way. We aren't in

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the game of alpha male. That's not to say women don't have ambitions

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for themselves and for the church. But that kind of cooperative way of

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working is natural to lots of women. And I think that is something that

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has made a difference of a church, and will continue.

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So what of those on the other side of the divide, Ben Andrews was

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training to be a priest when women were first ordained. 20 years on his

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removal to not review remains the same.

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I still cannot accept the sacramental ministry of a woman

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priest or a woman bishop. But that hasn't stopped a working

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relationship with people. I've worked with women colleagues. We've

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worked together and there's been an element of understanding, trust and

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mutual respect. Now with the appointment of Wales's

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first woman bishop do this month he is among those who want to follow

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what the church of England has done, appointing alternative bishop for

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those who cannot accept women in the role.

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I don't want to spend the next 25 years just surviving. I want to be a

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fully part of the Church in Wales as they possibly can. But I hope and

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pray the Church in Wales, debenture bishops, will see that there needs

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to be proper and two provisions so that we can all live and work

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together. He won't be attending the

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celebration service tomorrow, but says there is a real will now on

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both sides to work together. Swansea University researchers say

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an iceberg a quarter of the size of Wales is poised to break

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away from Antarctica. The scientists say

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the a long-running rift in the ice shelf grew suddenly last month,

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and now just 20 kilometres of ice is keeping the 5,000 square

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kilometre piece from floating away. The researchers say its loss

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will leave the whole shelf A documentary celebrating the work

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of a world-famous Welsh photographer has won a prestigious award

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in the United States. In 1966 what was happening in

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Vietnam had to be interesting. I decided I would be the one to find

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out what was really going on. Rhuddlan-born Philip Jones

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Griffiths, who died in 2008, was best known for his graphic

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and poignant coverage The S4C film, which pays tribute

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to his life and work, has been recognised

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by the Hollywood International Independent Documentary

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Awards in Los Angeles. Tonight's sport now, and a big

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weekend of FA Cup football ahead. Yes, the new Head Coach

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at Swansea City will take charge of the side for the first time

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tomorrow against Hull Paul Clement says he will have money

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to buy new players this month, while Cardiff City, who entertain

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Fulham in the cup on Sunday, have already been busy

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in the transfer market. The hard work starts now, Paul

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Clement at training for the first time, his players preparing to for

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Hull. They have also drafted a new manager this week. With relegation

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challenges ahead Clement could be forgiven for having other priorities

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than a prolonged cup run. It's an opportunity to look at a couple of

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players. We want to win the game and improve performances his main task

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this month is to improve defence. It's the worst in the Premier League

:20:29.:20:33.

this season. 35 goals conceded already. But Clement warned they

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would be a bus load of new players arriving. They won't be a lot of

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changes, it's dangerous to do that, but it's important to get decisions

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right. We are talking about bigger, could be big transfers, high

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salaries, so you want to get those things right and not waste money.

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The most important thing is that you're bring in better than what you

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think you've already got. Cardiff City have made their first signing,

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Greg Halford has arrived from Rotherham whilst this centre forward

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has returned to the Netherlands seven months after joining. Cardiff

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know how to make it all away to Wembley, they reached the final just

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nine years ago. Narrowly losing one nil against Portsmouth. This

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season's campaign starts against Fulham who are mid-table in the

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championship. It gives me a chance to look at one or two lads who

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haven't had opportunity. Whilst not, I know you get accused as manager of

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not taking this thing seriously, I do love the FA. I've got a semifinal

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once it was a great occasion. The FA Cup third round is one of the

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highlights of the football calendar. For to Welsh chance to put the

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trouble to one side. For the weekend ended East.

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In league two Newport County are away to Stevenage and Wrexham's

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players and fans will attend a celebratory dinner this evening

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to mark the 25th anniversary of the side beating the then league

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Mickey Thomas' free kick for Wrexham helped pull off the 2-1 victory.

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He's expected to attend the celebrations this evening along

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with around seven others from the 1992 team.

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Rugby and two Welsh regions are in action tonight.

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The Dragons entertain Trevisio, and the Scarlets host

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You can watch the game on BBC 2 Wales - Scrum V live starts at 7:30.

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The Ospreys face reigning champions Connacht tomorrow

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It's emerged today, Wales fly-half Rhys Priestland

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has extended his stay with English Premiership club Bath,

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The future of Welsh archery is looking rosy.

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Ryan Pinder from Newtown and Thea Rogers from Cwmbran

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have a combined age of 31, and are on target

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They are both competing in the national indoor

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Championships this weekend, and both have big dreams of getting

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Meet Wales's sharpest sugars with the bow and a narrow. My name is

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Ryan, I'm 17 and I've been shooting for six years. My name is the year,

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I'm 14 and I've been doing archery for a brightly and years. Ryan

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started when his dad and brother showed an interest. He is the

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highest ranked junior in Britain and its 15th in the seniors. He says

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there's no feeling like hitting the target. I get a lot out of joy out

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of shooting what I think is a good shot. And then being able to repeat

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that again and again. I normally get home from school and

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go and shoot. And then at the end of the day homework comes!

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Family support is essential and there's no lack of it.

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My dad is incredibly supportive, more than I can thank him for. He

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drives me all across the country. To various different shoots. Stands on

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a cold field getting rained on. Hull has been flashing to be

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Hull is already shooting 70 metres. Use only out and it feels like a

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dream. But when I get a good arrow it's really motivating. In the back

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of my head I see people shooting in the Olympics and I think if I can do

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that I can do that there. Thea started after seeing it on a

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way to swimming and has been hooked ever since.

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Even it takes explaining to her friends. I tried to explain through

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Robin Hyde and they were like, yeah, but they don't understand. It is a

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big part of my life. If I do any project in school I managed to fit

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archery on. That's how focused I am. Both are

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firmly fixed on achieving Olympic dreams. The target is clearly in

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sight. And you can learn more about them

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in an extended item on the BBC I'm afraid there is very little

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chance of sunshine this weekend. But the good news is that the rain will

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clear with dry weather to look forward to. The radar is showing the

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extent of the rain. We've had heavy pulses across Gwynedd,

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Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire. That rain is now getting into

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Swansea and Bridgend. Then gradually that rain band will push south and

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east words, and it will clear. Behind it we hang onto a lot of

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cloud, Mr and hill fog. A little bit of rain lingering. But it should be

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frost free thanks to cloud and milder air.

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Winds remain light. High pressure is in charge tomorrow but winds are

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light. Wind is not making the clouds move

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much so it remains cloudy. Without we see the odd spot of drizzle. A

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very small chance of seeing the odd limited amounts of brightness across

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Powys and the north-east, that the bulk of the country remains cloudy

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with temperatures getting up to 11,000 years.

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Winds remain light. Tomorrow, remaining cloudy, very little

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change. Core visibility as we continue to see Mr and fog lingering

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into the early hours of Sunday. Another frost free night with

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temperatures no lower than around five Celsius. Sunday, high-pressure

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still in charge, but it is cloudy. This time we could see a bit more

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drizzle as we goes with the day. First thing Sunday, a cloudy start

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again, frost free with temperatures getting up to 11 Celsius. It's big

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enough to produce the odd spot of drizzle. These start of next week, a

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change in the weather, wet and windy conditions heading our way on Monday

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with gale force twins Fabio West. Brighter by the time we get into

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Tuesday, but remaining unsettled. -- gale force winds in the West.

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Tonight's headlines. GPs are asking patients to stay away from surgeries

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if they have a cough or cold. With cases of a seasonal Highbury origin

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patients to make appointments only if they symptoms become more

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serious. I'll have an update

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for you after the BBC news at ten. That's Wales Today,

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thank you for watching. From all of us on the

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programme good evening

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