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Important developments in the jester trade: The Welsh town of Conwy has appointed its first official jester in 7o0 years. This suggests an imminent thaw in the long-frozen job market for official jesters. Your major in jesting and minor in practical jokes are FINALLY going to pay off.
Welsh police are stunned and flummoxed by a huge mystery: Who stole an entire trailer worth of cookies from a factory and how exactly did they do it?
Tyler Maddick's vision was already ailing, and as a fashion photographer, his vision is key to his art and his profession. Unfortunately, he says his vision in one eye is now unlikely to ever recover because of an alleged hate crime in which he was doused by gasoline.
In what seems like a bizarro world headline, David Cameron appears to be against civil partnerships for straight people, despite strongly supporting same-sex marriage last year.
Just when you thought Shetland ponies couldn’t get any more adorable, they go ahead and quadruple their adorability in one squee-packed news item. A mother pony living in the Black Mountains in Wales let a lamb suckle from her despite having a young foal of her own.
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - JUNE 16: Camilla, Duchess Of Cornwall and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attend the Trooping Of The Colour at Horse Guards Parade on June 16, 2012 in London, England. (Photo by Stuart Wilson/Getty Images)
Thousands of people are calling for a boycott of the Braehead shopping centre near Glasgow, Scotland after police were called in to deal with a man who took photographs of his 4-year-old daughter eating ice cream. On Friday a security guard approached Chris White and said that since pictures aren't allowed in the…
[Edinburgh, Scotland, January 14: Amateur boxer Louise Mitchell will be the first woman to box for Scotland in a match against Wales at Meadowbank Stadium—the third of four Bring Back Boxing Home Internationals. Image via Getty.]
When her fellow passengers on a Welsh train started lobbing sexist taunts, Lisa Robinson took matters into her own hands.
Feminists in Cardiff, Wales are protesting a plan to build a Hooters in their town because the restaurant will "contribute to sexual harassment of women." Are they out of line?