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Postman wins over £2.6 million in lottery jackpot

The postman has been planning what to do with his winnings. Credit: ITV News

A south Wales postman has been celebrating today after winning £2.6 million in the Lotto Jackpot.

Matthew Evans, 35, from Barry won a total of £2,604,015. The postman is planning on spending his winnings on watching sport, including taking his father to the Monaco Grand Prix.

Matthew Evans won a total of £2,604,015. Credit: ITV News

Barry postman wins £2.6 million Lotto Jackpot

A postman from Barry will be celebrating this morning after winning £2.6 million on the Lotto Jackpot.

The postman has won £2.6 million on the Lotto Jackpot. Credit: PA

After finding out about his big win, the postman says he will be buying a new house and a car to celebrate.

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Mobile nail bar offers 'Vanicure' training

A charity that helps people from disadvantaged backgrounds across South Wales by training them up as beauticians has now launched a mobile nail bar.

The mobile nail bar offers 'Vanicure' training for those looking to get into work.

Organisers hope the new project will help to bridge the gap between training and work experience.

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Tributes paid to Welsh actor Roger Rees

Tributes have been paid to Welsh actor Roger Rees, who has reportedly died at the age of 71.

Roger Rees performing live on stage in 'What You Will'' at the Apollo Theatre in London. Credit: PA

The Aberystwyth-born Rees, best known for his roles in the West Wing and Cheers, also won Tony and Olivier Awards in 1982 for his role as the title character in the Royal Shakespeare Company's The Life And Adventures Of Nicholas Nickleby.

He was familiar to television audiences as Robin Colcord, a millionaire love interest for Rebecca Howe, played by Kirstie Alley, in 1980s comedy Cheers and more recently as British ambassador Lord John Marbury in cult US political drama The West Wing from 2000 to 2005.

Among his other credits was an appearance as the Sheriff of Rottingham in Mel Brooks' slapstick comedy Robin Hood: Men in Tights in 1993.

Musician Rick Wakeman called Rees "a lovely man", with actor and director Samuel West called him "a sweet prince".

Rees, originally an artist, turned to acting in the 1960s.

Reports in the US, where he had lived for more than 25 years, said he had died after a short illness. He is survived by his husband, the playwright Rick Elise.

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