Chris Coleman has spoken for the first time since quitting his role as Wales manager, insisting his replacement must be a Welshman. Coleman made his first public appearance since news of his dramatic resignation broke last night as he switched on the Christmas lights in Newport. The 47-year-old is poised to accept the offer to manage struggling Sunderland, and is due to be unveiled by the Championship club over the weekend.
Buildings have been evacuated at a major business park as emergency services deal with an "ongoing incident"Staff have been evacuated from buildings at Celtic Springs Business Park, and a cordon has been put in place. A spokesperson for Gwent Police said: "We are dealing with an ongoing incident in the Spooner Close and Hazel Drive areas of Coedkernew in Newport." A spokeswoman for South Wales Fire and Rescue Service confirmed they were called to an incident at 1.41pm on Monday.
Police are investigating an alleged knifepoint robbery at a shop. Officers from South Wales Police are investigating the incident at the Lifestyle Store on High Street, Nantyffyllon, Maesteg shortly after 8.25pm on Tuesday. A police statement said: “A man with his face covered by a scarf entered the Lifestyle Store, before threatening the female member of staff and helping himself to the till and its contents.
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Selecting a term
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