Labour’s tuition fee hike a “betrayal” of students across Wales

Shadow Education Secretary – Darren Millar – has warned that young voters will be “once bitten, twice shy” at the next election, after the...

One in four Brits admit to avoiding conversations with disabled people

Research, conducted as part of the ‘Jo Cox Commission on Loneliness’, reveals the damaging attitudes that still exist towards disabled people • 1 in 4 (26%)...

ATOL reveals the Welsh have a hol lot of worries

New research from the UK’s travel protection body ATOL, has found that Welsh holiday makers are laden down with pre-holiday worries ahead of jetting...

Dumping carpets proves costly for two men

Two Llanelli males have been given on the spot fines for dumping a bag of carpet. Following a tip off from the public, Carmarthenshire Council...

Don’t be rubbish at getting rid of waste

Householders are being reminded to dispose of their waste properly and be careful about who they employ to take waste away from their homes. It...

Future of the Welsh NHS in danger if challenges are not...

A team of independent experts has warned that the health and social care system in Wales will not be sustainable without serious changes.   Responding to...

Prince of Wales visits Carmarthenshire

Carmarthenshire has hosted another successful summer visit by HRH the Prince of Wales.   The visit started with Prince Charles unveiling a new stained glass window,...

Harriet wins the Child of Courage Award

A TEENAGER who was badly bullied has overcome her struggles and been awarded with the Carmarthenshire Radio Child of Courage Award. Harriet Alsop-Bingham, aged 16,...

Hywel Dda Health Board: Transforming Clinical Services – Public / stakeholder...

Our doctors want to talk to you and hear your views on how we run health services – and what we could do to...

Annog siopau i fod yn rhan o’r Sbri Siopa i Fyfyrwyr/...

https://studio.stupeflix.com/v/oPAwVMVDGBNk/ Annog siopau i fod yn rhan o'r Sbri Siopa i Fyfyrwyr   Mae busnesau canol tref Caerfyrddin yn cael eu hannog i gofrestru ar gyfer y...

Schoolchildren design Llanelli Market blinds

Budding artists from Ysgol Gymraeg Ffwrnes have picked up their paintbrushes to design blinds for Llanelli Indoor Market. Twelve children, ages 3-11, had to design...

Woodland Trust Tree Packs and the Long Forest Project

Free trees for schools & communities We’ve got thousands of free tree packs to give away! We want to make sure that everybody in the UK...

Autism Bill will “clear pathways to diagnosis”

Failure to properly diagnose children with autism can make self-harm more likely, according to experts.   It is feared that some children are suffering with mental...

NEW GMB RESEARCH SHOWS MORE THAN 145,000 CHILDREN IN WALES HIT...

COUNTRY'S CHILDREN AMONG THE WORST HIT BY 'CRUEL' GOVERNMENT PAY PINCH Shocking new figures from GMB, the union for public sector workers, show more than 145,000...

PEMBROKESHIRE HOTEL SOLD TO FIRST-TIME BUYERS

Specialist business property adviser, Christie & Co is delighted to announce the freehold sale of The Woodlands Hotel in Saundersfoot, Pembrokeshire. The Woodlands Hotel is located...

Outdoor Cinema event at The National Botanic Garden

JURASSIC PARK UNDER THE STARS COMES TO THE NATIONAL BOTANIC GARDEN On Saturday 26th August, a unique outdoor cinema experience is coming to The National Botanic...

Wales Students 4 – 22 England Students

By Andre Cupido at Windsor Stadium, Sydney Student Rugby League World Cup England avenged their tough defeat to Australia with a promising 22-4 victory over arch-rivals...

Wales RL Premier League and junior match reports

VALLEY COUGARS 72 CARDIFF BLUE DRAGONS 0 By Andrew Parker at Treharris RFC Valley Cougars showed no mercy against the hapless Cardiff Blue Dragons running in...

Consultation begins on Draft Well-being Objectives

Neath Port Talbot Council is encouraging residents, community groups, third sector organisations, charities and local businesses to have their say on how to improve...

Carmarthenshire’s Heritage Lottery Fund Success

Did you know that Carmarthenshire came third amongst 21 other authorities in Wales in successful applications to the Heritage Lottery Fund from 1994 to...

Family harp weekend – Penwythnos Telynau

The Harp is the national instrument of Wales, yet many people have never touched one. The National Botanic Garden of Wales aims to change...

AMs discuss Brexit with Women in Agriculture Forum

Plaid Cymru Assembly Members Elin Jones and Simon Thomas met with members of the Farming Connect Women in Agriculture Forum in the Senedd to...

RUGBY LEAGUE STUDENT WORLD CUP – SCOTLAND 48 WALES 18

SCOTLAND 48 WALES 18 At St Marys Stadium, Sydney. Report by Sian Golden Scotland won the battle of the Celts in the opening match of the...

Key Welsh charities launch Charitable Fostering Providers Cymru at National Assembly

. Key Welsh charities launch Charitable Fostering Providers Cymru at National Assembly • Action for Children, Barnardos Cymru and TACT showcase key role of charities in...

GP recruitment problems – Update

NOTICE OF MOTION PASSES AT LLANELLI TOWN COUNCIL... Proposed by Councillor Sean Rees The motion was also seconded by Councillor John Jenkins. Wording of the motion: "That Llanelli...

LLANELLI LGBT DAY IS BACK

CETMA, a volunteer led social enterprise based in Llanelli is all set to once again organise Llanelli LGBT Day. The event, this year...

Rhondda Outlaws host Bridgend Blue Bulls on Saturday in an important...

Rhondda Outlaws host Bridgend Blue Bulls in a WRL Premier League fixture at Sardis Road in Pontypridd this Saturday (kick-off 2.30pm), but it could...

REBELS WITH A CAUSE! NEVER MIND THE BUSINESS COMES TO SWANSEA

• Live music, quiz and chaos hosted by the BBC’s Wynne Evans • Will your company be crowned top of the pops? Action for Children is...

Archaeology Festival Day – Gŵyl Archaeoleg

Garden’s ‘time team’ ready for a hole lot of fun   There will be digging with a difference at the National Botanic Garden of Wales...

Calls to rethink North-South Air Link

Welsh Conservatives have questioned a Labour decision to continue the publicly subsidy for the controversial north-south air link, despite evidence that passenger numbers are...

Rhaid i’r Llywodraeth Lafur wrando ar apêl ymgeiswyr Llwynhelyg

Rhaid i’r Llywodraeth Lafur wrando ar leisiau ymgyrchwyr yn Sir Benfro am ddychwelyd i wasanaethau meddygaeth plant 24 awr yn Ysbyty Llwynhelyg - dyna...

Inward Investment continues to grow in Wales

New statistics published by the Department for International Trade reveal promising figures for inward investment in Wales, with FDI having reached record highs again....

Taxi drivers hail Council’s safeguarding training / Gyrwyr tacsi’n canmol hyfforddiant...

English Over two thirds of taxi drivers in Neath Port Talbot have now completed safeguarding training, with further sessions aiming to ensure that all licenced...

Campaign will step up to save 146 Department for Work and...

  The Department for Work and Pensions office has announced proposals to close Llanelli Service Centre and Pyle, Mountain Ash, Tredegar Jobcentres.  The change will...

Under 17 training on Thursday to prepare for big day on...

A South and West Wales Select side will take on Midlands Hurricanes at under 17 level at Stebonheath Park on Saturday (kick-off 1pm).   The line-up...

£4.2m to boost teaching of Welsh – Welsh Lib Dems respond

£4.2m to boost teaching of Welsh - Welsh Lib Dems respond Welsh Liberal Democrat Education Secretary Kirsty Williams is investing an extra £4.2m to support...

Land deal agreed as part of Carmarthen West development

A KEY parcel of land has been acquired by the council at Carmarthen West.   The 20-acre site, formerly part of Pontgarreg Farm, will be...

Enterprise Zone experience offers little evidence £100m business park can deliver...

Welsh Conservative Leader – Andrew RT Davies – has today called for evidence to support Welsh Government claims that a new automotive business park...

Carmarthen Learning Centre open evening/ Noson agored Canolfan Ddysg Caerfyrddin

Carmarthen Learning Centre open evening CARMARTHEN Learning Centre is throwing open its doors to the public to let people see what goes on inside. The team...

New youth council formed for looked after children

A new youth council has been formed by Neath Port Talbot Council for looked after children to have their say on issues that matter...

Council agrees future direction for social services

Neath Port Talbot Council has reaffirmed its commitment to offering more personalised care and to finding ways of providing early support for people so...

Llanelli Library fire

Llanelli Library was evacuated on Monday afternoon due to a fire in the roof of the building. Emergency responders were quickly on scene just after...

WALES FACING ‘EPIDEMIC OF PRECARIOUS WORK’, GMB REVEALS

Number of zero hour and agency contracted workers has almost doubled in Wales since 2011 to 78,000, new research from GMB union reveals New...

How to spot a scam

Lucy Harmer, Director of Services at Independent Age, the older people’s charity, gives her expert tips on how to spot a scam. The charity...

Hywel Dda University Health Board launches consultation on the future of...

Hywel Dda University Health Board launches consultation on the future of adult mental health services | Mae Bwrdd Iechyd Prifysgol Hywel Dda yn rhannu...

Older people’s charity warns of danger of scams after 91-year-old woman...

Lucy Harmer, Director of Services at Independent Age, the older people’s charity, gives her expert tips on the best ways to protect yourself against...

Local Councillor Calls on Council to Rethink Parc Howard Plans

Carmarthenshire Council is being lobbied to reconsider their masterplan for Parc Howard ahead of this week's Planning Committee that will consider giving permission for...

Wales helps Alzheimer’s Society hit two million Dementia Friends milestone

One in every 30 people in England, Northern Ireland and Wales now involved in the biggest ever social action movement to change perceptions of...

WELSH EMPLOYEES CAN SAVE UP TO £1,000 A YEAR BY SWITCHING...

Walking and cycling charity Sustrans is launching its third online travel challenge for workplaces    Results from October’s Cymru Travel Challenge reveal that on average, car...

Help develop walking and cycling map for county

RESIDENTS are being asked for their help to develop an Integrated Network Map of walking and cycling routes in Carmarthenshire.   The council is asking for...

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