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1 Penarth gran carried out shocking attack at Cardiff party
2 Defeats all round for Penarth Cricket Club
3 Dinas Powys RFC 31 Penarth RFC 7
4 Penarth Bridge Club: A bridge too far
5 Summer special bus services will run to Penarth, Barry Island and Cardiff Bay
6 South Wales Police's Barry Island survey
7 Group slept on Penarth Yacht Club's balcony for charity
8 Cardiff and Penarth Nextbike
9 U-turn on the Kymin in Penarth as Vale council decides not to lease it
10 RNLI Penarth 'Friendship Bench' to tackle loneliness
11 Mixed fortunes for Penarth Wanderers Vets
12 Penarth Climate Action group share views on climate crisis
13 Penarth man punished in court for £70 chocolate theft at town newsagents
14 Traders note footfall impact due to Penarth Esplanade works
15 James Sommerin opening new Penarth fine-dining restaurant
16 Front of bus wrecked in crash in Penarth
17 COLUMN: Vaughan Gething, MS for Penarth, wants to help the town centre flourish
18 Sarn five-year-old found in Ogmore River Bridgend named
19 Penarth Unlocked talk future plans for town centre
20 The people who've taken up wild swimming during lockdown
21 Check out this Dyffryn property near National Trust site
22 Penarth's RNLI launch yellow welly summer fun
23 Emily Campbell hopes to inspire youngsters to follow their dreams
24 Penarth Cricket Club defeated by title chasers Clydach
25 DaBaby offers second apology after homophobic comments
26 Warning after a spate of rockfalls at Vale beaches
27 Short-sightedness in children linked to pandemic in new study
28 Barry and Penarth weather
29 Jussie Smollett lawyers get more time to prepare arguments
30 Dinas Powys Cricket Club pay tribute to much-loved member Peter Colley
31 Belle Vue Pavilion upgrade plans change following feedback
32 Nextbike service in Cardiff and Penarth to be suspended for two weeks before launch of new e-bikes
33 Meggitt agrees £6.3bn takeover by US firm Parker-Hannifin
34 Penarth Ramblers take on three castle walk
35 'Amber watchlist' scrapped as ministers prepare to review summer travel rules
36 NHS 73rd birthday celebrated at Penarth Masonic Hall
37 RNLI Penarth Friendship Bench aims to tackle loneliness and boost mental health
38 Hebron Church in Cogan re-opens after lockdown renovation
39 Penarth nextbike scheme temporarily suspending service for 'refresh'
40 Penarth drink driver caught in Cardiff banned and fined
41 Man must pay £666 for dodging £3.30 Penarth train fare
42 Student's 'elegant' design chosen as Queen's Platinum Jubilee emblem
43 Vale weather forecast as heatwave is here to stay
44 Rassie Erasmus and South Africa Rugby to face independent misconduct hearing
45 From serious injuries to Olympic champion, Laura Collett's remarkable story
46 Samaritans relaunches 'Small Talk Saves Lives' campaign as society opens up
47 Vale of Glamorgan council reduces grass-cutting to create meadow areas
48 Penarth is set for a scorching weekend with 23C sunshine after weeks of rain
49 Vale of Glamorgan council employees recognised as care stars
50 Rapper Dizzee Rascal charged with assault
51 Sturgeon to announce if coronavirus restrictions will be lifted in Scotland
52 Covid-19 hospital admissions in England may have peaked, figures suggest
53 Barry and Penarth weather
54 Fire-ravaged tourist attraction given £51000 to help recovery
55 Mary's Meals call on Penarth families for Backpack Project
56 Death toll in central China floods now exceeds 300
57 5 of the summer's top Premier League signings
58 Sully South Wales Bowls and Recreation Centre Pétanque Section win Pontyclun Open Triples
59 Festival of Flowers to run across Vale town centres
60 Afghanistan president vows to defend cities against Taliban onslaught
61 Parents of record-breaking swimmer delighted at his success
62 'Immensely proud': Record Sixth Form exam results at Penarth School
63 Transgender weightlifter Laurel Hubbard exits Olympics without registering lift
64 Social media firms 'failing to act on anti-Semitism'
65 Hospital care standards 'maintained' in pandemic – study
66 Shootout star Maddie Hinch ready to do battle with Holland again
67 Israel's new coalition proposes first budget for country since 2018
68 Tigers at Indonesian zoo recovering from coronavirus
69 Iranian ambassador summoned over tanker drone strike which killed Briton
70 What the papers say – August 2
71 Belarus athlete claims Olympic team tried to send her home
72 Fit for survival: Diver Jack Laugher clinches Olympic semi-finals spot
73 Andriy Shevchenko steps down as Ukraine manager
74 Barry Island beach packed with visitors this weekend
75 Brisbane extends lockdown amid growing Covid-19 outbreak
76 Charlotte Dujardin: Mum delayed operation to watch record-breaking medal win
77 Hong Kong pop singer and activist arrested on corruption charge
78 California cinema shooting victim was star of TikTok
79 MTV relaunches famous astronaut image to celebrate 40th birthday
80 Relegated trio hoping new management can bring immediate Premier League return
81 Beth Dobbin praises Dina Asher-Smith's resilience
82 When will Parkrun return to Wales?
83 HSBC confirms dividend as first-half profits more than double
84 Cwmbran business supports Penarth girls rugby team
85 Almost 2m more premises to benefit from £5bn gigabit broadband upgrade
86 Health Secretary Humza Yousaf seeks legal advice over nursery 'discrimination'
87 Electric Picnic organiser confident festival will go ahead in September
88 Simone Biles withdraws from another individual final
89 Malaysian politicians stage protest over parliament closure
90 Great Britain's Olympic men's team pursuit crown under threat in Tokyo
91 Through The Looking Glass coin released by Royal Mint
92 Russell Martin named new Swansea manager
93 Lewis Hamilton reveals long Covid 'lingering' after podium finish in Hungary
94 Streatham terrorist Sudesh Amman's inquest set to begin
95 The sporting weekend in pictures
96 Hundreds mark Emancipation Day and demand better support for Windrush generation
97 Death toll rises to eight as wildfires rage in southern Turkey
98 Vaccine passport decisions left to clubs as EFL prepares to resume
99 Max Whitlock's mother says gold-medal winning gymnast is 'my champion'
100 Plans for £700m Hertfordshire film and TV studios with 4500 jobs