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First Minister Carwyn Jones has revealed landing the biggest football tournament on the planet should be a future goal, writes Phil Cadden After a busy year travelling across the globe, Katherine Jenkins is looking forward to spending time in Wales.
CEREDIGION MP Mark Williams has welcomed moves made in last week's Autumn Statement to tackle the price of fuel.
A CARDIGAN woman who stole a greetings card, had a change of heart and returned to the scene of the theft, a court heard last week.
Three local choirs will take part in a Christmas concert on Thursday, December 19th at 7.30pm in Cardigan Secondary School Hall.
Ms Jones was responding to the announcement by the Welsh Government of a review of how the Animal Health and Veterinary Laboratories Agency will undertake surveillance to detect threats to animal health.
AN ADPAR man accused of using threatening, abusive, or insulting words or behaviour, is to stand trial in the new year.
The chancellor's autumn statement will see an end to paper car tax discs, the axing of which should save A 7m in administration costs.
AT 7.30pm on Monday 16th December at Aberystwyth Arts Centre , the Ceredigion Youth Orchestra and Choirs will be performing.
Welsh Conservatives will today call for the National Assembly for Wales to take on a role in scrutinising BBC Wales' public service broadcasting responsibilities.
Bangor, Aberystwyth and Carmarthen should become "city regions" where economic regeneration goes hand-in-hand with growth in the use of Welsh.
Wales has seen an alarming decline in maths and science and remains the lowest of the Home Nations in all subject areas The Wales and British Lions coach clinched the top honour, as well as being named high-performance coach of the year at the UK Coaching Awards 2013 There's always a wealth of TV goodies on the box at Christmas and the BBC has ... (more)
A controversial, high-contrast camouflage that once decorated the hulls of World War I battleships really exists in nature - though whether humans are fooled remains an open question.
Locusts' compound eyes are fooled by motion dazzle camouflage, which uses bold contrasting patterns to confuse the viewer's sense of speed and trajectory.
CEREDIGION Citizens Advice Bureau has warned that the public will be forced to take their problems to their MP if funding cuts go ahead after the latest announcement of a 5% year on year budget cut by Ceredigion County Council .