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The committee notes that there is a strong sense in mid Wales that other regions are getting an unfair boost to their regional economic development.
With South Wales travelling with just two substitutes, they tired as the match went on and as North Wales were visibly building with confidence throughout, they staged an impressive comeback.
Every year, hundreds of thousands of people all across Wales take advantage of the screening programmes we offer.
The former Scarlets man has actually made 31 appearances for Bath and Wales, though only 10 were starts as he was forced to play second fiddle to Biggar for Wales and George Ford for Bath.
That apart, every plaudit belongs to Wales who rode to glory on the back of 'Horse' Cuthbert's tries, the brilliant boot of Leigh Halfpenny (left) and the inspired example of Sam Warburton, underlining his Lions captaincy credentials with a second towering display in eight days.
This left 10 debutants, while Wales had 11 firsttimers of their own.
It stands alongside regular shorter exchanges between teachers from the 100 schools in Wales and Lesotho which have established links with each other.
Coach Graham Henry has been saying all week that Wales are not good enough to win the World Cup.
It's thrilling to see wikis getting the kind of attention in the enterprise that they have gotten in the consumer Internet market," said Wales.
Alex Cuthbert (Wales) | Kristian Dacey (Wales) | Seb Davies (Wales) | Josh Navidi (Wales) | Ellis Jenkins (hamstring surgery) | Gareth Anscombe (groin) | Sam Warburton (neck surgery) | Jim Botham (ankle surgery) | Rhys Gill (calf ) | Jack Roberts (knee) | Dillon Lewis (shoulder) | Jarrod Evans (broken nose) DRAGONS The Dragons have the longest injury list of all four regions and, that coupled with Wales call-ups, leaves their resources stretched as they head for Limerick this weekend to take on Munster.
The awards, co-ordinated and managed in Wales by Business in the Community (BITC) Cymru, identify and celebrate inspirational and leading companies that are taking positive action to address the social, economic and environmental challenges Wales faces as a nation.
THE Welsh Government will today seek public views on whether Wales should be a separate legal jurisdiction.
SCOTLAND have hurt Wales when it counted over the years but they have a dreadful recent record against them.
SARA Edwards was one of the main presenters of BBC Wales flagship early evening news programme Wales Today for more than 20 years.