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April 2022

The Phantom of the Open

The Cine Files with Emlyn Roberts-Harry

Last month’s Cinefiles recommendation was based on a true story, and so too is this months. It’s another British film and stars Mark Rylance, two things that in our opinion make it a film worth watching. Inspirational true stories about

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April 2022

Loving my neighbour

Hinds sights with Liz Hinds

This month Liz Hinds considers the many Ukrainian refugees who will hopefully have arrived in Swansea, by the time we go to print, and reminds us of the need to love them and welcome them. “Have we got any white paint?” I

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April 2022

The Book Department

with Dr Alyson Hitch

This month we take a tour of Wales’s castles, revisit our best local myths and legends, find out about our connection to the exploration of Antarctica, uncover the biggest media scandals in science, and look forward to a day when

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April 2022

What’s the buzz?

with Marcus and Shelley Treadwell of Garddfach Honey

In the beehive  Spring is fast approaching and so does the activity in the beehives of Marcus and Shelley Treadwell in Penclawdd. Here’s the latest news from Garddfach. It’s a critical time for the bees, as they begin their spring

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April 2022

It’s April and Spring

wine recommendations with Antoinette Milne Wine for Life Learning

It’s April and Spring! Why not celebrate with a few unusual picks? We’ve got two simply delicious white wines, one from Portugal and one from Hungary, both using local grape varieties. An unusual sparkling Gavi and a sensational red Zinfandel

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April 2022

Changes to how you divorce

Private Client Team with Natalie Thomas Associate Solicitor DJM Solicitors

  On 6 April this year The Divorce, Dissolution and Separation Act 2020 reforms the legal requirements and process for divorce. The new laws will mean that instead of having to attribute blame to one party, a couple can mutually

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April 2022

Auto News

with Liam Bird

Expect motorcyclists at junctions, GEM tells drivers in bid to reduce collisions ROAD SAFETY and breakdown organisation GEM Motoring Assist is encouraging drivers to take extra care at junctions, in an attempt to reduce collisions with motorcyclists. A spokesperson at GEM said: “Around

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April 2022

Genesis GV80

Motoring with Liam Bird

If you’re in the market for a premium or luxury SUV, these days you’re not exactly stuck for choice. The Range Rover probably remains the first one that springs to mind – it was perhaps the first luxury SUV of

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March 2022

In the Beehive

What's the buzz with Marcus and Shelley Treadwell Garddfach Honey

We are fast approaching spring as I write, though it’s still a little cold to be doing a full inspection on the hives. Opening the hives to do a complete check of frames at this time is likely to chill

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