BBC Sport says Ryan Giggs has resigned as Wales manager “with immediate effect”. Giiggs, 48, stepped away from his role in November 2020 after being arrested.
The Guardian says The British public are not bitterly polarised over trans equality, according to new research, which found a majority agreed schools should talk to pupils about transgender issues and that one in four knows a trans person personally.
The Guardian says The England and Wales water regulator, Ofwat, has unlawfully failed to stop water companies discharging raw sewage into rivers, campaigners say in a legal case.
Sky News says the cost of filling the average family car with petrol is tipped to exceed £100 for the first time, when industry figures are released later on Thursday.
The Guardian says Wales seal place at 2022 World Cup as playoff final win ends Ukraine hopes.
The Queen’s Platinum Jubliee Bank Holiday weekend is expected to see highs of 23C with heavy showers either side of the celebrations.
RACIST KILLER How Logan Mwangi’s stepdad used sickening racist name for him and was far-Right National Front member
The Sun says LOGAN Mwangi’s evil stepdad branded the youngster “Coco Pop” and was a member of far-Right group National Front, it can be revealed.
The Independent says the number of deaths involving coronavirus registered each week in England and Wales is continuing to increase, though it has yet to reach the level seen at the start of this year.
The Guardian says a police misconduct hearing involving three senior officers after accusations of a sexual offence at a drinks party will be held in private, with the public and media banned.
Gareth Bale whipped in two incredible goals in last night’s game against Austra to take Wales one step closer to qualifying for their first World Cup since 1958.
The Guardian says people in Wales will no longer be legally required to wear masks in shops and on public transport from Monday and the legal obligation to stay at home after a positive Covid test is to be scrapped.
Kaylea Titford was 16 when she was found dead at her home in Newtown, Powys in Mid Wales in October 2020. Today her parents have appeared in court charged with her death.
BBC News says refugees from Sudan in Wales have been denied free rail travel after staff wrongly told them a new scheme was available only to those from Ukraine.
The Guardian says smacking and slapping children has been outlawed in Wales, with people told to contact social services or police if they see a parent or carer meting out physical punishment.
The Guardian says a teenager who is among three people accused of murdering a five-year-old boy had a “desire for violence” and threatened to kill the child.
The Independent says flanker Josh Navidi has been recalled to the Wales team in a reshaped back-row for Friday’s Guinness Six Nations clash against France.
The Metro says here are some things you might have in common with Misty the cat: she loves to sleep, she’s a gorgeous girl, and she’s getting on a bit.
BBC News says the highest train fare rises for nine years have come into force for rail travellers in England and Wales.
The Guardian says Mountain rescue teams in the Brecon Beacons and nearby residents have been helping out in searches for a missing 96-year-old woman who has not been seen for more than 24 hours.
Wales Online says Motorists have been urged not to panic-buy fuel amid fears prices will shoot up following the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
The Independent says A one-year-old infant and their parents who were reported missing from Wales more than a week ago have been traced safe and well in Scotland.
The Independent says A five-year-old boy was murdered by his mother, step-father and a teenager before his body was dumped in a river “like fly-tipped rubbish”, a court has heard.
Last night Llandinam residents rescued by boat and local residents had to be evacuated after the River Severn burst its banks during Storm Franklin.
Wales star finally makes rugby return a year after Six Nations horror injury that saw knee ‘obliterated’
Wales Online says Dan Lydiate will draw a line under a year of misery when he returns to playing action for the Ospreys in their United Rugby Championship clash with Leinster in Dublin on Saturday.
Wales Online says Two lorries have been blown over on the M4 as Storm Eunice batters Wales.
The Guardian says the Welsh government has become the first UK nation to announce it will offer Covid vaccinations to all five- to 11-year olds.
Sky News says the Welsh government has announced a £330m package to help people with the rising cost of living, support it says goes “above and beyond”.
DailyPost says North Wales is set to be hit by heavy rain and strong winds over the coming days with flood alerts now issued.
The Guardian says Hair stylist Joel McCauley had seen too many colleagues burn out after a perpetual cycle of work, eat and sleep, so when he opened his own salon in Cardiff he was determined to do things differently.
Wales Online says The body of a woman has been discovered in the River Taff, police report.
The Independent says Three years after Port Talbot became the home of a Banksy mural, locals bid farewell to the piece as it is permanently moved to England.
The Metro says A 19-year-old man has pleaded guilty to killing his 15-year-old sister at a holiday park in north Wales.
The Independent says Motorists will receive greater protection from “aggressive debt collection and unreasonable fees” through a 50% cut to the private parking fine cap, the Government has said.
The Metro says a teenage girl has been found guilty along with two men of the homophobic murder of a doctor in a Cardiff park.
The Independent says A teenager from Cardiff has been charged with offences under the Terrorism Act.
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