An Early Bronze Age Hoard from Coity Higher Community, Bridgend and two Late Bronze Age hoards from Llanharan Community, Rhondda Cynon Taf have been declared treasure by H.M. Coroner for Bridgend and the Glamorgan Valleys.
The Early Bronze Age hoard was discovered by Mr Paul Howells in May 2015, while he was metal-detecting in a field in Coity Higher Community, Bridgend.
Two Late Bronze hoards were found in Llanharan. One hoard of bronze tools and weapons was discovered in March 2015. The discovery was made by four different finders during a metal-detecting rally held on farm land.
A second hoard of bronze tools was discovered in April 2016
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Triplets whose parents had to paint their toenails to tell them apart as babies are now 'colour-coded' in nursery through their headwear.Read the full story ›
The youngest woman with a full beard, the tallest dog and the most tattooed senior citizens have made it into the Guinness World Records.Read the full story ›
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An eight-foot long Swordfish, typically found in warm waters, has been found washed up on a west Wales beach.
The fish, estimated to weigh up to 200lbs, was spotted by a couple walking their dog on Freshwater East, Pembrokeshire.
John and Helen Swancott were taking an early morning walk on the sand when their rescue dog Toby ran into the water.
I couldn't believe there was a swordfish in our waters, it was amazing. It must be about 8ft long and weigh between 150 and 200lbs. I should have stood there with a fishing rod and blagged it as the biggest fish caught in Fresh East this century and had a photo taken - I would have been pinched by all the local fishing clubs!
Swordfish are typically found in places like the Indian and Pacific Oceans and the Mediterranean.
It is extremely rare for them to be spotted near Britain where temperatures are much cooler.
A Swansea taxi driver had a surprise passenger last week - a baby born in the back seat.
Steve Storton, 63, picked up expectant parents Kai Huang, 26 and Quix India, 25, from their home in Townill, Swansea.
"My wife started experiencing some painful contractions so we phoned the hospital and they told us to get her to the hospital immediately.
We then phoned a taxi and it arrived within five minutes.
The baby came really quickly and half way to the hospital the driver had to pull over as the baby was born before the ambulance arrived."
Her partner Kai Huang helped her to give birth before Steve delivered the the 8lb 2oz baby and parents to Swansea's Singleton Hospital.
"I just couldn't look in the back of the car because I have a really weak stomach.
When we arrived at the hospital the midwife wrapped the baby in a warm blanket and cut the umbilical cord. It was just remarkable, like something you would see on an American film."
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