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Other Infamous Thieves Who Pillaged Libraries, Part V
In July of 2004, Peter Bellwood, a landscape gardener from Colchester in Essex, England was arrested and later that year admitted in Swansea Crown Court that in 2000 he had stolen fifty maps from atlases in the Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru in Aberystwyth, Ceredigion County, Wales.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
Ambulance response times continue to slide
Local AM Elin Jones has reacted with concern to news that ambulance response times continue to worsen, with Ceredigion's figures again among the worst in Wales.
Bank NatWest to close four branches in West Wales
Bank NatWest has announced that it is closing several branches across West Wales, blaming a drop in transactions and usage over recent years.
Drunk driver crashed mother's car
A Cardigan man was nearly four times the drink drive limit when he crashed his mother's car into a wall, a court has heard.
Penarth mum set to walk across Wales in one day in aid of charity
A PENARTH woman is set to tackle a mountainous 45mile cross country walk across Wales in one day in aid of charity.
AUDIO: Puffins 'Frankie Howerd of bird world'
A study by the National Trust suggest seabirds around the UK coastline are being hit by a "triple whammy" of extreme weather, predators, such as foxes, rats and non-native mink, and disturbance by human walkers and their dogs.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
UK's 'most successful male escort' Josh Brandon writes a guide to getting rich
Mother whose 11-mmonth-old baby girl died when she left her in a 90F car for hours will NOT be charged Driver, 39, faces 20 years in jail after admitting he deliberately crashed his rare Bugatti into a swamp to claim $2.2million insurance 'One man wanted to buy me for A 3 million, another tried to give me a New York penthouse.'
Best new music in Wales: An hour of brilliant new sounds straight from us to you
This week we introduce you to more of the best new music from Wales all packaged up in an hour of fantastic listening There's so much incredible music being made in Wales right now that we thought it remiss of us if we didn't let these wonderful sounds loose on your ears.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
A pharmacy in Aberaeron has become the first in Wales to gain recognition for its work with carers.
Mrs Bernadine Rees OBE, Chair of Hywel Dda University Health Board presented staff from Boots the Chemist with their Investors in Carers Certificate.
Estyn confirms Coleg Ceredigion is 'Top of the Class!'
Following its Annual Performance Review by Estyn, Coleg Ceredigion is delighted to announce that it is the best college in Wales for short course success rates and in the top quarter of all colleges in Wales for all its full time course results! Estyn states in its report that: "the college has achieved an upward trend on these long courses for all ... (more)
Colony show bigger and broader
August is here and that can only mean its time for Colony 14 to roll into Cardigan.
In around 1240 the 'New Castle in Emlyn' was built on the rocky promontory to the north and east of the plateau, taking advantage of the natural moat formed by the river, which surrounds the town and castle on three sides.
Uxbridge College Students Celebrate in 2014
Kirsty Jones, 18, picks up her results on A level day - she has better grades than she was expecting and is now going to Aberystwyth University to study Psychology Mohammed Zeeshan who achieved A grades in Maths, Further Maths, Biology and Chemistry.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Location of Llanllyr nunnery discovered in Wales
Sometime in the late 12th century, Rhys ap Gruffudd founded a daughter house to the convent of Strata Florida in the Aeron Valley of wales.
Big 'panther-like' cat spotted in Ceredigion
Local resident Jane Bowling was walking her Labrador in the Gilwen valley when she spotted the animal, which she claims was twice as big as her pet.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
South Wales Argus
CROWDS gathered for the NATO host city celebrations in Newport today ahead of next months summit.
Hundreds of spectators watched the Household Cavalry band as they marched through the city centre to Westgate Square this morning.
Live: North Wales Live Blog
The Daily Post's live breaking news blog brings you regular updates, pictures, video, tweets and comments covering the latest North Wales traffic, travel, weather, crime and council news.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Ruth Ann Colson
Ruth Ann Colson, of Madison, Wis., granddaughter of the late Ruth and J. Harold Brian of Salem, died on Aug. 16, 2014, at her home, from complications arising from a 12-year battle with a fatal lung-and-heart disease.
Quay festival is the key to a great weekend
Cardigan Quays Festival returns to the banks of the river Teifi tomorrow, Saturday, August 23 celebrating the town's rich cultural and maritime heritage.
AM seeks reassurance on Aberaeron Health Centre
Ceredigion AM Elin Jones has written to the Chief Executive of Hywel Dda Health Board to seek clarification of the Board's plans for the proposed Aberaeron Health Centre.