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Latest Wales Items
Women and girls as young as 13 in Wales can get the morning-after pill free without a prescription from pharmacies, beginning Friday.
Arsenal wouldn't get a penny in compensation from France or Wales if Samir Nasri or Aaron Ramsey are hurt playing for their national teams Tuesday. Yet the London club could get a tidy insurance payout if Jack Wilshere picks up an injury marshaling England's midfield against Ghana.
Several hundred people cheered as Prince William and fiancee Kate Middleton made a rare public appearance Thursday to dedicate a new lifeboat.
It was only a lifeboat _ yet the occasion gave hundreds of people a chance to cheer Thursday as Prince William and fiancee Kate Middleton made an official visit to Wales to dedicate the new boat.
Opera star Dame Margaret Price, considered one of the world's leading sopranos, has died at her home in Wales. She was 69.
A New Jersey man is going on trial in the fatal stabbing of a man once considered among Britain's 50 most eligible bachelors.
Europe has nearly pulled off a clean sweep at the Ryder Cup, surging into the lead by claiming all but a half-point in the last session of team matches.
Fifty-six grandchildren, and not one of them legitimate - that was mad King George III's situation after the death of Princess Charlotte, the daughter of the debauched Prince of Wales, in 1817. This double biography of Princess Charlotte and of Victoria, the heir who was rushed into production to save the Hanover line, is delightfully gossipy, fast-paced, readable history.
The U.S. rain gear at the Ryder Cup is no longer a fashion faux pas.