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Special 'ride-out' for Tunisia victim Trudy Jones

More than 200 bikers are taking part in a special 'ride out' in memory of a woman killed in the Tunisia terrorist attacks.

Trudy Jones from Blackwood was one of 38 people killed when a gunman opened fire on tourists in June.

The 51-year-old grandmother from Blackwood was holidaying in a resort in Sousse on 26 June when a gunman opened fire.

All the money raised will go to the Trudy Jones Trust Fund.



Former care home boss refuses to comment after hearing

The former manager of a Caerphilly care home refused to comment as she left a Nursing and Midwifery Council hearing today.

Susan Greening was given a caution order after failings were identified at the Brithdir care home, near Bargoed.

Three other nurses were struck off, while another was suspended. The panel heard certain failings contributed to the deaths of some vulnerable residents.

North to set new world record in tomorrow's comeback

Wales star George North will set a new world record when he makes his rugby comeback in tomorrow's Test match against Ireland.

At 23 years and 138 days, Northampton wing North will become the youngest player in rugby union Test match history to reach 50 caps for his country.

George North is poised to set a new world record when he makes his rugby comeback tomorrow. Credit: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire

North made his Wales debut against South Africa in November 2010, scoring two tries, and what has proved to be a stellar career now hits another notable landmark.

He returns to action for his first appearance since late March. He suffered three concussions last season, but is now fully fit.

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