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A paramedic has spoken out about the fears and frustrations staff are facing working in Pembrokeshire and the inevitable further impact services changes at Withybush Hospital will have on ambulance cover.
The girl's mother admitted to neglecting her daughter when she left her home alone while she visited clients and ran errands Two years ago the full-back was riding the crest of a wave on the club's pre-season tour of America under new boss Brendan Rodgers Mild winters and warm summers are behind the increase in numbers of jellyfish appeared in ... (more)
A six-year-old boy was taken to hospital after being struck by a car during a hit-and-run accident in Swansea.
There has been an increase in uncollected dog mess in Carmarthenshire, particularly at North Dock, along the Millennium Coastal Park and at Burry Port Harbour during the recent hot weather, according to Carmarthenshire parks and coastal manager Rory Dickinson.
The service took 31,219 non-urgent calls in the last 12 months , only 670 of which required an ambulance and just three of which resulted in a patient being taken to hospital.
The findings come in what is claimed to be the first UK-wide survey of jellyfish in more than 40 years.
St Cynllo's Church, Llangynllo is holding a two day commemorative event to mark the centenary of the beginning of WW1, on August 3 and 4. On Sunday August 3 events feature open art and poetry competitions on the theme of "War and Peace" as well as a number of themed art and photographic exhibitions inside the church and stalls outside .
About 100 standards from across Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire and about 600 people, including troops from 14 Signal Regiment based at Brawdy, and Army, Air Force, Royal Marine and sea cadets also took part.
A special service will be held at Ebeneser Chapel, Newcastle Emlyn, this Sunday, July 27, 3pm, to remember one of the town's famous sons.
Carmarthenshire visitors to this year's National Eisteddfod in Llanelli will be able to reach the Maes directly with easy-access public transport.
Mr Paul lives in Llandovery and is married with two daughters. He works as a barrister in Cardiff, specialising in regulatory and public law.
Swansea University engineering student Clare Cooper, who attended Haberdashers' Aske's School for Girls in Elstree, has graduated with a First Class MEng Honours degree in Product Design Engineering.
PIECE OF CAKE: Carmarthenshire's various Women's Institute branches will set up stall at the National Eisteddfod in August.
A year-long project by two councils in Wales to find homes for nearly 50 horses and ponies grazing on a common has ended, with the animals being taken in by three equine charities.
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 02:15 am
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