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Wales in pictures: 2nd - 8th March: Eurovision, street theatre and cat burglars

The Neath singer has a strong fanbase in Europe Credit: Andreas Lander/PA

Welsh singer Bonnie Tyler was announced as the UK's representative in this year's Eurovision Song Contest.

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Galway Harbour in Ireland hosted a stopover in 2009 Credit: Julien Behal/PA Archive

Cardiff will host a stopover during the 2017-18 Volvo Ocean Race. It'll be the first time the round-the-world race has visited Wales.

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Wogan has been blamed for stealing from washing lines Credit: ITV News

The culprit behind a 'crime wave' in a West Wales village was finally revealed – Wogan the cat.

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The Welsh Government says it'll take a 'zero tolerance approach' to fly-grazing Credit: NFU

Farmers across Wales say they're increasingly concerned about horses being abandoned on their land.

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The size of the camera is kept down by omitting a screen and viewfinder Credit: ITV News

We met a student from Aberystwyth who's designed a tiny camera with a fisheye lens. He's hoping to go into production to help pay off his student debt.

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Two processions made their way through Butetown to the Senedd Credit: ITV News

A theatre production - 'De Gabay' - took place within homes and on the streets of Butetown, Cardiff. Organised by National Theatre Wales, it aimed to celebrate the rich mix of cultures in the area.

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Waiting for the ceremony to begin Credit: ITV News

The Queen cancelled a visit to Swansea due to illness, but the special St David's Day presentation of leeks to 3rd Battalion the Royal Welsh went ahead.

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