Torfaen Tigers Wheelchair Rugby League Team

Press coverage is always a great way help to raise awareness of charities and volunteer groups. Torfaen Tigers Wheelchair Rugby League Team is in need of attracting new supporters and volunteers, so that they can continue as a competitive team. Wheelchair Rugby League is an inclusive sport that offers both disabled and non-disabled players the…

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A look back at 2022 and here’s to 2023

Happy New Year! As we step into a bright New Year and bid a fond farewell to the old, it seems an apt time to reflect on some of our highlights of 2022. If our paths haven’t crossed before, I’m Katharine, a journalist for more than 20 years in newspaper media, whilst my husband Lyndon…

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Twenty One Years In The Making

Sudol Media Front pages

Looking back through my portfolio of 21 years of journalism and I found my first-ever front page exclusive for the South Wales Argus in 2002. As a cub reporter based in the newsroom, I quickly learned that journalism was a high-octane profession, and that you never knew what story you would be covering at the…

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What a week for Newsrooms..

What an extraordinary week in politics for my fellow multi-media journalists in the newsrooms around the UK. Liz Truss has resigned as Prime Minister after 45 days and a new leadership contest has begun. There’s nothing quite like the fast-paced news-driven environment of a newsroom, especially in today’s rapidly changing political situation. All credit to…

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How did we become Sudol Media?


We all have a story to tell… One of the easiest stories for people in business to tell, is story behind their business name. Although most of us spend lot’s of time telling you what we can do for our customers, many companies miss out the story of how they came to be and why…

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Who loves an old-school written diary?

Filofax v iPad

Call me old-fashioned but I’m old-school. I love my pillarbox red Filofax and the joy of having a proper diary and writing with a fountain pen.Electronic versions might be quick and easy but I spend far too much time staring at a screen already. Plus, I fear my Android phone may have a seizure and…

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Man who woke up paralysed fulfils lifelong Everest dream

A WELSHMAN who went to bed and woke up paralysed from the waist down has become one of a few disabled adventurers to climb Mount Everest on crutches. Jamie McAnsh, who turned 41 during the challenge, has spoken of his ‘immense sense of pride and emotion’ after achieving his childhood dream of reaching Mount Everest’s…

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