NEWS ROUNDUP: Welsh Football League pays tribute to Prince Philip
An office block in Cardiff will become student accommodation despite opposition from residents, who branded the plans "absolutely ridiculous". The empty block on Cathays Terrace will become a 24-bedroom student block, but local councillors objected to the move stating that "further student accommodation is not required or warranted" in the area. A decision notice approving the plans was published by the council on April 8th.
An investigation is beginning into the cause of a fire at a large hotel in mid Wales. Emergency crews were called to the Metropole Hotel and Spa in Llandrindod Wells on Tuesday evening. No staff were injured and the hotel manager said in a social media post the damage had not been significant.
And the Welsh Football League's former secretary Ken Tucker has paid tribute to the Duke of Edinburgh, who he said was "technically the oldest living member of the league" after becoming its patron in 1957. Prince Philip passed away on Friday 9th April and his funeral will be held this weekend.
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