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8th June 2016

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Tuesday 21 November 2017 Pictured: Brothers Huseen and Ahmad Re: Syrian Refugees arrive in Narbeth, Pembrokeshire

News Photography Narberth Wales. Syrian refugees, brothers Huseen and Ahmad in Narbeth, Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK

 

Pictured L-R: Julie Amphlett, Julie Saunders, Doreen Thompson, Jean Cairns, Louise Ward and SIan Jones. Wednesday 08 November 2017 Re: Presentation of hospital catering syndicate win £25m in Euromillions Jackpot at Hensol Castle, south Wales, UK. Julie Saunders, 56, Doreen Thompson, 56, Louise Ward, 37, Jean Cairns, 73, SIan Jones, 54 and Julie Amphlett, 50 all work as catering staff for Neath Port Talbot Hospital in south Wales.

News Photography Vale Resort Wales. Hospital catering syndicate win £25m in Euromillions Jackpot, Hensol Castle, south Wales, UK.

 

Pictured: A poppy is placed in the fountain by a young cadet. Saturday 11 November 2017 Re: Armistice Day, two minutes were observed to mark remembrance at Castle Square in Swansea, Wales, UK.

News Photography Swansea Wales. A poppy is placed in the fountain by a young cadet on Armistice Day, to mark remembrance at Castle Square in Swansea, Wales, UK.

 

Pictured: First Minister for Wales, Carwyn Jones speaks to the media. Thursday 09 November 2017 Re: First Minister for Wales Carwyn Jones gives a press conference after a meeting with Welsh Labour colleagues, Welsh Assembly Government, Cathays Park, Wales, UK

News Photography Cardiff Wales. First Minister for Wales, Carwyn Jones speaks to the media at Welsh Assembly Government, Cathays Park, Wales, UK

 

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News Photography Swansea Wales UK. A cyclist enjoys the unusually warm weather.

 

Pictured: Waves crash against Mumbles Lighhouse in Bracelet Bay, Swansea, UK. Monday 16 October 2017 Re: Remnants of Hurricane Ophelia are expected to bring strong gusts of wind to Wales when it hits Britain's shores. The hurricane, making its way from the Azores in the Atlantic Ocean, will have weakened to a storm when it arrives. A Met Office amber "be prepared" warning has been issued in some areas bringing "potential danger to life".

News photography, Swansea, Wales. Waves crash against Mumbles Lighhouse in Bracelet Bay, Swansea, UK during hurricane Ophelia

 

Pictured: Hillary Clinton (R) is handed a commemorative book about her family history at Swansea University Bay Campus. Saturday 14 October 2017 Re: Hillary Clinton, the former US secretary of state and 2016 American presidential candidate will be presented with an honorary doctorate during a ceremony at Swansea University's Bay Campus in Wales, UK, to recognise her commitment to promoting the rights of families and children around the world. Mrs Clinton's great grandparents were from south Wales.

News photography, Swansea, Wales. Hillary Clinton is handed a commemorative book about her family history at Swansea University Bay Campus where she was presented with an honorary doctorate degree.

 

Pictured: An Elvis Presley impersonator from the singer's army period, performs a duet with a fan at the Brentwood Hotel, which has been renamed to Heartbreak Hotel for the festival. Friday 22 September 2017 Re: Porthcawl Elvis Festival 2017, at the seaside town in Wales, UK

News photography, Porthcawl, Wales. An Elvis Presley impersonator performs a duet with a fan during the Porthcawl Elvis Festival 2017.

 

Mirst Minister for Wales Carwyn Jones in his office at the Ty Hywel building in Cardiff Bay, Wales, UK. Wednesday 13 September 2017

News photography, Cardiff, Wales. Mirst Minister for Wales Carwyn Jones in his office at the Ty Hywel building in Cardiff Bay, Wales, UK.

 

A full moon with a partial eclipse rises, while a ferry boat departs for Eretria and people cool off in the sea in Oropos in the Evia Bay, 30 miles east of Athens, Greece. Monday 07 August 2017

News photography, Greece. A full moon with a partial eclipse rises, while a ferry boat departs for Eretria and people cool off in the sea in Oropos in the Evia Bay, 30 miles east of Athens, Greece

 

Pictured: A fire helicopter douses the flames with water. Re: A forest fire has been raging in the area of Kalamos, 20 miles east of Athens in Greece. There have been power cuts, country houses burned and children camps evacuated from the area.

News photography, Greece. A fire helicopter douses the flames with water at Kalamos near Athens in Greece.

 

Eifion Jones of Torchy at his office in Swansea, south Wales, UK. Wednesday 16 August 2017

News photography, Swansea, Wales. Eifion Jones of Torchy at his office in Swansea, south Wales, UK

 

SARAH MARSH STORY Pictured L-R: Ashton Crane, 3 with sister Alisha, 7, enjoy hot food at St Teilo Church in Clase, Swansea, UK. Friday 25 August 2017 Re: Free food for children story, Swansea, Wales, UK.

News photography, Swansea, Wales. A boy enjoys hot food at St Teilo Church in Clase, Swansea, UK

 

A man with a rainbow painted across his face joins thousands of people in this year's Pride Parade in the centre of Cardiff, Wales, UK. Sayurday 26 August 2017

News photography, Cardiff, Wales. A man with a rainbow painted across his face joins thousands of people in this year’s Pride Parade in the centre of Cardiff, Wales, UK news photography

 

Pictured: Take That on stage. Wednesday 14 June 2017 Re: Take That concert at the Liberty Stadium, Swansea, Wales, UK

News photography, Swansea, Wales. Take That at the Liberty Stadium, Swansea

 

 

Pictured: Alice Morgan's children reading books. Friday 09 June 2017 Re: Alice Morgan (NOT HER REAL NAME) who has spoken about her experience sending her children to Llangennech Primary School in Carmarthenshire Wales, which will be turned into a Welsh only language medium from a bilingual one.

News photography, Llanelli, Wales. A mother of three has spoken about her experience sending her children to Llangennech Primary School in Carmarthenshire Wales, which will be turned into a Welsh only language medium from a bilingual one.

 

Pictured: Workers in abseiling gear install a banner outside the National Stadium of Wales (aka Principality Stadium) Thursday 25 May 2017 Re: Preparations for the UEFA Champions League final, between Real Madrid and Juventus in Cardiff, Wales, UK.

News photography, Cardiff, Wales. Workers install a banner outside the National Stadium of Wales for the UEFA Champions League final in Cardiff, Wales, UK

 

Llanelli, UK. Saturday 03 June 2017 Jess Glynne performs on stage

News photography, Llanelli, Wales. Jess Glynne at Parc Y Scarlets, Wales, UK

 

 

WINDY WEATHER WALES Pictured: Waves batter the promenade wall of the lighthouse in Porthcawl, south Wales, UK. Tuesday 06 June 2017 Re: Strong winds have been affecting parts of the UK

News photography, Porthcawl, Wales. Waves batter the promenade wall of the lighthouse in Porthcawl

 

 

Ioan Jenkins, Development Director of Tidal Lagoon, overlooking Swansea Bay

Newsd photography, Swansea, Wales. Ioan Jenkins, Development Director of Tidal Lagoon, overlooking Swansea Bay

 

Wilf Lewis of Lewis Pie and Pasty Company

News photography, Swansea, Wales. Wilf Lewis of Lewis Pie and Pasty Company

 

AXON bodycams held by South Wales Police firearms police officers

News photography, Cardiff, Wales. AXON bodycams held by South Wales Police firearms police officers

 

A car is being recovered after crashing in Laugharne

News photography, Laugharne, Wales. A car is being recovered after crashing in Laugharne

 

Teacher Juhel Miah who was refused entry to the United States

News photography, Neath, Wales. Teacher Juhel Miah who was refused entry to the United States

 

British Prime Minister Theresa May at the Liberty Stadium, Swansea

News photography, Swansea, Wales. British Prime Minister Theresa May at the Liberty Stadium, Swansea

 

 

Vaughan Gething, Welsh government cabinet member for Sport, Health and Wellbeing at the Senedd

News photography, Cardiff, Wales. Vaughan Gething, Welsh government cabinet member for Sport, Health and Wellbeing at the Senedd