South East Wales 7 June 2018 Share this with Facebook Share this with Twitter Share this with Messenger Share this with Messenger Share this with Email Share Share this with These are external links and will open in a new window Email Share this with Email Facebook Share this with Facebook Messenger Share this with Messenger Messenger Share this with Messenger Twitter Share this with Twitter Pinterest Share this with Pinterest WhatsApp Share this with WhatsApp LinkedIn Share this with LinkedIn Copy this link https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-wales-south-east-wales-44394831 Read more about sharing. These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Police have arrested a man following a rooftop stand-off which lasted nearly 48 hours.Armed police were called to Tredegar in Blaenau Gwent at 08:45 BST on Tuesday and a cordon had been in place around a … [Read more...] about Arrest after 48-hour rooftop stand-off
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Produced by Asena Basak The community of Jacksonville, N.C., home to Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, was terrorized by a serial rapist over a 14-month span beginning in 2011. Authorities believed the perpetrator was responsible for 12 sexual assaults. Five of those women were spouses of Marines. The Jacksonville Police Department took the lead in the investigation, as all of the attacks occurred off base NCIS formed a joint task force with the Jacksonville Police Department, who were able to connect the attacks. The rapist left behind few clues, and it wasn't until two victims were attacked on the same night that investigators were able to get their first major leads. A PREDATOR STRIKES Special Agent Heather Powers | NCIS: NCIS is a multi-faceted agency. Special Agent Heather Powers: If there's a crime involving a spouse or a dependent of a Navy or Marine Corps member, our job is to vigorously pursue the perpetrator … that is a big piece of what we do. …so that the … [Read more...] about “48 Hours: NCIS:” Can agents stop a ruthless attacker preying on Marine wives?
Network Rail has apologised to residents in South Bristol for waking them up twice in the space of less than 48 hours with this ungodly racket in the middle of the night. People living in Bedminster say they were roused from their beds at 4.30am by the sound of a cutting power tool which lasted for at least an hour. That was in the early hours of Tuesday morning - and at 1.30am on Thursday morning the same thing happened again. One resident of Honeywick Close, which borders the railway line between Bedminster and Parson Street station, was left tired and furious. “It’s basically like sleep deprivation torture,” he said. “I understand that it’s a railway and they need to maintain it, but we normally get notified of any work going on late at night. “This time we didn’t - it just started up at 4.30am. “I was a good 60 yards away and it was really loud. If I’d have known about it in advance I’d have gone and slept at my … [Read more...] about The ungodly racket that woke up Bedminster twice in 48 hours this week
Sprawling and eclectic, Los Angeles is multicultural maze. Comprised of several distinct neighbourhoods, its sheer scale makes it impossible to navigate in a matter of days. However, with the right kind of itinerary in place it is amazing how much ground you can cover in 48 hours. The real beauty lies in the varying experiences. You can spend a day exploring the beaches before going for dinner in the grittier Arts District. Then, take in the Hollywood sights through a breathtaking hike before touring the movie studios. Here’s a guide to experiencing a fun snapshot of this brilliant metropolis... Day 1 10.30am Go for breakfast or brunch at Malibu Farm Cafe. At the end of the Pier, this is a bit of a stalwart and a fabulous way to soak up the Cali vibes overlooking the ocean. On the menu is everything from quinoa oatmeal to scrambled eggs. 12pm A short drive along the Pacific Coast Highway in the direction of Venice Beach lies the Getty Villa, a beautiful museum dedicated to … [Read more...] about How to spend 48 hours in LA
0 Have your say BUDDING movie-makers will have a chance to win a Portsmouth version of the Oscars and attend a glittering gala awards ceremony. Entries are now open for the 2018 DVMISSION 48-Hour Film Challenge – the longest-running two-day film challenge in the UK.It’s an exciting film festival with a difference as films screened at the gala awards ceremony are made over just 48 hours.Film-makers are put to the test over a weekend when they are given a film title, genre and line of dialogue at 5pm on Friday, March 9.Teams then have just 48 hours to make a two-minute film and upload it by 5pm on Sunday, March 11.Entrant Ben Sutton said: ‘It has taught me so much about the practice of film-making and has contributed to a lot of my knowledge. The experience I have gained has secured me work professionally and I consider DVMISSION to have directly contributed to that success.’Steven Cooper added: ‘DVMISSION has had a real impact on the film community … [Read more...] about Filmmakers challenged to make a movie in 48 hours for ‘Portsmouth Oscars’