News about 'Wales'

Jan 8, 2013

Unborn baby’s fingernail sends mom in coma

Unborn baby's fingernails
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Unborn baby’s fingernail may sometimes be as fatal as a sharp knife and endanger anyone’s life. This scenario was proven in the case of premature twins, Amelie and Ava. The five-weeks twin reportedly sent their mother, Angela Cottam of Flintshire, Wales, into a coma after suffering severe internal bleeding and a collapsed lung. Angela Cottam […]


May 19, 2012

Monmouthpedia: Monmouth in Wales launched as world’s first Wikipedia town

Monmouth Wikipedia QR code
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Wikipedia launched on Saturday, May 19, 2012 its so-called Monmouthpedia, Wikipedia‘s first project that covers a specific town, and eventually declared Monmouth in Wales as the world’s first Wikipedia town. Ceramic plaque with Wikipedia QR code, located at the side of Shire Hall in Monmouth, Wales Image Credit: Monmouthpedia/Wikipedia.org As announced at the official page […]


Nov 15, 2011

Redback Spiders From Australia Migrating To UK

Redback Spider
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Redback spider Image Credit: Museum Victoria Australia’s redback spiders have been found in the United Kingdom, international news sites reported on Monday, November 14, 2011. According to reports, the redback spiders have been found in Scotland, Wales and the Midlands. The spiders were said to be imported unintentionally as they arrive in the luggage of […]


Oct 10, 2011

UK Prime Minister David Cameron Tightens Rules on Illegal Immigrants

UK Prime Minister David Cameron Tightens Rules on Illegal Immigrants
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UK Prime Minister David Cameron has tightened rules on illegal immigrants recently as international news sites reported, October 10, 2011. Cameron, reportedly, called on UK citizens to report to authorities “suspected illegal immigrants.”


May 27, 2011

Measles Outbreak Feared in Britain, Immunization Encouraged

Measles Outbreak Feared in Britain, Immunization Encouraged
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Measles outbreak is feared in Britain as the Health protection Agency (HPA) reported more than 334 measles cases in England and Wales last April.


Dec 2, 2010

Dylan Thomas Prize 2010 Winner Elyse Fenton receives £30000

Dylan Thomas Prize 2010 Winner Elyse Fenton receives £30000
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Photo credit: How a Poem Happens The 2010 University of Wales Dylan Thomas Prize belongs to American poet Elyse Fenton. According to international reports, Fenton received the prestigious award on Wednesday, December 1, 2010 at Dylan Thomas‘ home city of Swansea, Wales. Dylan Thomas Prize was setup to honor the Welsh poet and encourage young […]


Nov 28, 2010

UK Weather Forecast: Temperature at record low in Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland, and England

UK Weather Forecast: Temperature at record low in Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland, and England
By in Current Events, Europe, Weather, World No comments

Image credit: BBC News According to the latest United Kingdom weather update of international news sites, the lowest temperature in the UK was registered in Mid Wales on Saturday night, November 27, 2010. The temperature recorded was -17.3C (0.86F) at Llysdinam in Powys. This was the lowest ever recorded in Wales this November and lowest […]