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- What intermittent fasting is as Davina McCall says it's her secret
TV presenter Davina McCall has spoken out about why she started doing intermittent fasting. In an interview with Women’s Health UK, the 56-year-old, who recently hosted ITV1 and ITVX dating show My Mum, Your Dad, said she doesn’t eat any food between 8pm and 10.30am.
- Gardening expert says bed sheets and garlic can protect plants this winter
With freezing temperatures on the way, a gardening expert has revealed five surprising household items you can use to protect your garden from the harsh weather this winter. With plants dying, garden furniture cracking, and potential damp build-up in your shed this winter, this means hefty damage control and repairs when it comes to spring, but there are ways to prevent this.
- Experts explain six car warning lights you should never ignore in icy weather
Navigating the icy weather forecast this week can turn a simple drive into a nerve-wracking experience. The last thing you need is an unfamiliar light flashing on your dashboard, especially when help isn’t near.
- Liberal Democrats say swimmers who fall ill from sewage-hit waters should get compensation
Swimmers who have suffered illness as a result of sewage in bathing spots in England and Wales should be given compensation, the Liberal Democrats have said. The party has tabled an amendment to the Government’s Victims and Prisoners Bill which it says would help people who become unwell from contaminated waterways to get payouts.
- Dr Michael Mosley says the way you shower can mean you're sick less often
Wellbeing expert Dr Michael Mosley has delved into a shower trick that he said can boost mood and mean you take fewer sick days. Dr Mosley was speaking on a new BBC Radio 4 podcast called Cold Therapy, looking at how to "invite the cold into your life".
- Take our Driving Theory Test quiz and see if you've got the knowledge to pass
For many people learning to drive it’s much harder than getting behind the wheel. The Driving Theory Test can be very challenging -and that’s why apps offering practice are often in the top 5 downloaded.
- The shopping centre that Christmas forgot
It was the shopping centre which was meant to herald a new dawn for Wales’ oldest town, hurtling it well and truly into the 21st century by offering shoppers a modern and fresh retail experience alongside the older part of Carmarthen and all its charm. That was the plan, anyway.
- I'm A Celebrity's Tony Bellew opens up about 'unsavoury things' and tense police stop
I'm A Celebrity's Tony Bellew flirted with a life of crime and says he would have ended up in prison if he hadn't pursued boxing. Tony, who turned 41 in camp this week, has won viewers' hearts with his humour and straightforward nature.
- 'No way back' for Huw Edwards at BBC as photo taken down
BBC insiders have claimed there is "no way back" for newsreader Huw Edwards following his suspension from the corporation in the summer. It has further been reported that a photo of him that was on display at the BBC has been removed.
- New deep space radar to protect UK from 'space warfare' proposed for Welsh site
A new landmark radar initiative, increasing UK security by being able to better detect, track and identify objects in deep space, is set to be located in Wales. The Deep Space Advanced Radar Capability DARC programme – unveiled by the respective Defence Secretaries of Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States -will provide 24/7, all-weather capabilities that will increase AUKUS nations’ ability to characterise objects deep in space up to 22,000 miles 36,000 kilometres away from earth.
- Locked Up: The criminals justice caught up with in May and what happened to them
Here is our monthly round up of the criminals who have been locked up for some of the most serious crimes in Wales over the past month. They include a man who punched, kicked and stamped his neighbour unconscious, and then calmly called 999, Lee Thomas died and Michel Nuttall was sentenced after...
- Life at the centre of Britain’s ‘terrifying’ battle with illegal breeders and killer dogs
On February 19 Emma Whitfield sings to her son Jack and blows bubbles in the local cemetery to mark his birthday. She’s hoping to continue the ritual over the years with friends and family by her side. It’s the second time she has celebrated her eldest’s birthday without him since he was killed by...
- Bridgend residents protest over plans to build a hydrogen plant near their homes
Residents in Bridgend have held a protest over a planning application to build a new hydrogen plant at an industrial estate near their homes. The demonstration lasted for around three hours on Wednesday, June 21 outside the Bridgend Council offices on Angel Street before the council's monthly full...
- 'Rizz', 'doggo' and 'mid' all added to the Merriam-Webster dictionary
America’s most trusted dictionary, Merriam-Webster, has announced the addition of nearly seven hundred new words to its pages. The update of words and their definitions are only for September, covering slang, digital world-related and cultural and societal categories....
- Everything you need to know about the Victoria by-election vote in Newport on May 6
On Thursday, May 6 people across Wales will be voting in the 2021 Senedd election....
- Armed and masked gang bundled man into car and drove him to remote hillside
A gang armed with knives and bats abducted a man and drove him to a remote hillside in order to frighten him into returning a missing item -but none of them will reveal what the item they were seeking is....
- Woman terrified of catching Covid-19 at work and giving it to her husband with cancer wins unfair dismissal case
An admin worker has won her unfair dismissal case after bosses demanded she return to the office at the start of the pandemic despite isolating because her husband had cancer. Bridget Regnante said she was ‘terrified’ of catching coronavirus and giving it to her ‘clinically extremely vulnerable’...
- 'Our neighbour viciously attacked us and she was allowed back to the flats'
A young couple have spoken out on experiencing a terrifying attack by their neighbour and described how the case has left them disillusioned with the criminal justice system. Thomas Rogers, 24, and Morgan ApIvor, 25, were living in the same Nantyffyllon High Street block of flats as Donna Nickerson ...
- The huge Swansea solar farm covering 10 fields and all the other green city schemes powered by the sun
Solar power is sweeping across the city of Swansea, with environmentally friendly schemes and developments gradually being seen in each and every suburb....
- New nuclear power stations and giant offshore windfarms loom for Wales as UK government publishes energy strategy
The UK Government has announced how it intends to 'take back control' of energy prices amid soaring costs. It has published a British Energy Security Strategy sets out how Britain will accelerate the deployment of wind, new nuclear, solar and hydrogen energy which could see 95% of electricity being ...