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They're not the women history books may have told you about - but they have huge legacies. Wales is full of brilliant women, but chances are, some of the most influential are women whose stories you're not told in history lessons. There are ground-breaking sportswomen, scientists who have changed the world, women who took on the establishment and won. There are the politicians who defied abuse and the odds to pave the way for those who have come since.
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An Indian student won acclaim in Wales as a bard and became the first woman to get a law degree from University College London. And although racial prejudice brought a heartbreaking end to a three-year relationship she never went home, writes Andrew Whitehead. Dorothy Bonarjee was Indian by birth, English by upbringing, French by marriage - and Welsh at heart. To put it another way, she was the perpetual outsider, sometimes by chance, and at other times by choice. Even the moment of her greatest achievement in - winning one of Wales's most prestigious cultural prizes while still a teenager - is notable above all because she was so obviously not Welsh. In India, Dorothy Bonarjee and her family stood apart, by class, culture and religion.
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'She is beautiful but she is Indian': The student who became a Welsh bard at 19
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The retired nurse said it 'didn't hurt a bit' and that she was used to receiving and giving injections. A year-old woman has become one of the first care home residents in Wales to receive a Covid vaccine. The vaccine was administered as part of a pilot being carried out by the health board - who manage health care in Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire. Previously, the only care home residents who have been given a Covid vaccine are those who reside in a care home in Flintshire.