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Police appeal after fatal motorbike crash

Police are appealing for witnesses after a motorcycle crash that killed a 63-year-old man.

It happened on the B4319 from Pembroke to Maidenwells

The rider has been named as Peter MacKay from Maidenwells, whose motorcycle collided with a grey Mitsubishi Shogun on the B4319 on July 2.

Police are appealing to anyone who witnessed the collision, or anyone with any information to contact them on 101.


Team Wales lead in first round of Celebrity Cup

Team Wales are currently leading at the end of the first round of the Celebrity Cup golf tournament at the Celtic Manor.

Real Madrid and Wales football superstar Gareth Bale is competing for the home nation against the likes of TV presenters Vernon Kay and Ben Shephard, Boyzone singer Ronan Keating and Scottish soccer legends Kenny Dalglish, Alan Hansen and Gordon Strachan.

Water supply still affected in Clydach Vale area

Welsh Water says the water supply has still not been fully restored to some homes affected by yesterday's burst water main.

Homes in Treorchy, Tonypandy, Llwynypia and Pentre were left without water for much of Friday after a main burst at Cilfynydd.

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The main has been repaired, but some homes in the Clydach Vale area will still have to wait until this afternoon for the supply to return to normal.

Bottled water is available from the Rhondda Cynon Taf council headquarters at Cambrian Park.

Man tests negative after ebola scare in north Wales

A man who was rushed more than 60 miles to hospital after becoming ill at a seaside town in Wales has tested negative for deadly Ebola, doctors said today.

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Eyewitnesses said men in white protective suits were seen close to the busy seafront at Llandudno before a convoy of police cars and an ambulance headed along the A55 dual carriageway bound for a Liverpool hospital on Friday.

Dr Deborah Turbitt, Ebola National Incident Director at Public Health England said:

“Between last August and early June, 240 individuals with relevant symptoms and a travel history were tested for Ebola in Britain. The risk of Ebola to the general public in the UK remains very low.

“Our systems have demonstrated that the UK is able to manage a case of Ebola if identified.”

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