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Cardiff council has been told by the International Olympic Committee it won't be able to put the Olympic Rings back up in the capital as a permanent land mark.
The council had hoped they'd serve as a reminder of the role the city played during the games.
Mark Colbourne, the cyclist who won a gold and two silver medals at the Paralympic Games this summer, was welcomed home to Tredegar earlier. He told our reporter David Wood he was "very proud" to bring home his medals.
Triple-Paralympic medallist Mark Colbourne has been awarded the freedom of his home town of Tredegar. He was given a hero's welcome on an open-top bus, which paraded through the town, as he returned after London 2012 glory.
Crowds have gathered outside Wrexham's Guildhall building to welcome home Olympic rowers, Chris Bartley and Tom James.
Double Olympic gold-medallist Tom James MBE is to granted freedom of the borough of Wrexham, the city's council has announced.
A ceremony celebrating him, as well as Wrexham's two other Olympians - Chris Bartley and Vicky Thornley - will be held on the 28th September.
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Royal Mail says the seven post boxes in Wales painted gold to mark Olympic and Paralympic triumphs will remain so permanently.
Hundreds of people turned out, as Paralympic cycling champion Mark Colbourne was given the freedom of his home town.