South Wales Argus
Canal section set to re-open after major repairs
Work on the Monmouthshire-Brecon Canal at Llanfoist near Abergavenny. Heavy Machinery at work to help secure the hill side.
Visitors attending Hay Festival invited to join local farm tours
Visitors attending the forthcoming Hay Festival are invited to join five local farmers on guided tours of their farms to learn more about where and how food is produced.
Powys village green hearing stopped
A bid to turn eight-acres of fields in Brecon into a village green has been stopped in its tracks.
South Wales Argus
Newport brothers take on Brecon Beacons for hospice
Chris Trew and his brother Nick are walking over 100 miles summiting 32 mountains across the Brecon Bracons to raise money for St David's Hospice Nick and Chris Trew, who are originally from Nash, will walk over 32 mountains in the Brecon Beacons in eight days, starting on Friday, May 23. The challenge will be 115 miles long.
Return National Park planning to local councils, says FUW
Welsh farmers are calling for the planning powers of Wales' National Park authorities to be returned to the relevant county councils this year in a cost-cutting move.
Brecon Gypsy and traveller site open
A 15-year search for a permanent home for a family of Romany Gypsies in Brecon has ended with the opening of a new site.
More Assembly powers in pipeline as MPs debate historic Wales Bill
Court told how Malcolm Fyfield, who denies manslaughter, did not get a second opinion about how to deal with risk of inrushing water His iconic flowing locks have gone.
Brecon Beacons bus service axed
A bus service used by thousands of visitors to the Brecon Beacons is being axed as part of budget savings of A 650,000 over the next two years.