Carmarthen, Wales Newswire (Page 7)

Carmarthen, Wales Newswire (Page 7)

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  1. Flybe's Cardiff-London air service provides choice but will...Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 6, 2016 | IcNetwork

    The arrival of the main railway line in 1851 provided that vital economic link between South Wales and London. Passengers travelled the long route via Gloucester - a journey time of five and a half hours from London Paddington to Cardiff.

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  2. Welsh poet to read from latest collection at Waterloo TeaRead the original story

    Oct 6, 2016 | Penarth Times

    Tony will read pieces from his new collection, From the Fortunate Isles: New and Selected Poems, which have been published to celebrate his 70th birthday. The book features poems from 10 of his previous collections, in addition to a substantial number of new poems - marking a 50 year career in poetry.

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  3. Livelihood concern after Nant Pibwr river oil spillRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 6, 2016 | BBC News

    Kerosene leaked from a pipeline under the A48 near Carmarthen - which is shut for maintenance work - into nearby Nant Pibwr. Landowner Gareth Rees told BBC Radio Wales' Good Morning Wales programme: "We don't know how much pollution has got into the river and how long term the effects are going to be.

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  4. Dead fish found after oil spill in Carmarthen riverRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 5, 2016 | BBC News

    Kerosene has leaked from a pipeline under the A48 near Carmarthen - which is shut for maintenance work - into nearby Nant Pibwr. Alex Young, chairman of the Abergwili Anglers Club, has pulled dead fish from the river and said the spill will have a "massive impact."

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  5. Fish killed in kerosene oil spill in Carmarthen riverRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 5, 2016 | BBC News

    Kerosene has leaked from a pipeline under the A48 near Carmarthen - which is shut for maintenance work - into nearby Nant Pibwr. A Natural Resources Wales spokesman said: "We are doing all we can to stop the pollution and reduce its impact on fish and other wildlife."

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  6. Good morning, this is an invitation to our 'Rewriting the Script' engagement events.Read the original story

    Oct 4, 2016 | Aberdare Online

    Diverse Cymru have been funded by the Welsh Government Creative Industries sector team to carry out research into the barriers faced by diverse communities in the film and TV industries in Wales and to find solutions to address these barriers. With your help we have now developed a series of recommendations to put forward to the Welsh Government.

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  7. Police investigate A 16k cattle theft in LlangadogRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 3, 2016 | BBC News

    Thirteen uninsured cows and one calf were taken from a field on Bethlehem Road, Llangadog, sometime between last Wednesday and Thursday.

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  8. Carmarthen farm has A 16,000 worth of cattle stolenRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 3, 2016 | FarmingUK

    A farm in Carmarthen, Wales has had A 16,000 worth of cattle stolen, prompting the sector to reissue warnings of theft. Farmers Mr and Mrs T Williams of Bronallt Farm, Llangadog, reported the theft of a 4 month old calf, 3 in calf heifers and 11 suckler cows to Dyfed Powys Police on Friday, September 30. David Waters, the FUW County Executive Officer in Carmarthen, said: "I urge all farmers to take note of anything suspicious they may see happening in the countryside and report it to their local rural crime officer immediately.

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  9. Phone box that hasn't worked for two years will possibly be...Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 2, 2016 | Nothing To Do With Arbroath

    A phone box that hasn't worked for the past two years is earmarked to be removed because BT has noticed it is not being used. The payphone, in Blaenycoed, north of Carmarthen, Wales, has been out of action since Ed Evans moved to the village 20 months ago.

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  10. Scrabble yn Gymraeg.Read the original story

    Oct 1, 2016 | Languagehat.com

    Ingi Birchell Hughes lives in a Welsh village and is learning Welsh, and she didn't like a piece in the Grauniad : Last week the Guardian published an odd mean little article about how 5 boxes of Scrabble yn Gymraeg had been lingering unsold on a dusty shelf in Waterstones in Carmarthen. It was a master class in invalidation - OE- - OEimplying, without ever stating, that the reason they hadn't sold must have been either a lack of Welsh speakers who like to play board games - OE- - OEfitting into the 'Welsh people are thick' trope, or worse, a general lack of Welsh speakers, fitting into the 'Welsh is a dying language' trope.

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  11. Premiership preview: Western wins hold key to Gwent sides staying above the lineRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 1, 2016 | Freepressseries.co.uk

    THREE Gwent sides are gunning for western wins to strengthen their positions in the top half of the Principality Premiership this afternoon. Champions Ebbw Vale, currently eighth with a game in hand, travel to struggling Neath on the back of home wins against Newport and Bridgend that have got them up and running in the bid to be eighth or up when the January split occurs.

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  12. Ammanford care home cash switch blastedRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 30, 2016 | South Wales Guardian

    A LABOUR Councillor has hit out at the local authority's decision to purchase a Carmarthen building from money originally earmarked for a housing scheme in Ammanford. Carmarthenshire County Council recently announced its decision to purchase the Guildhall in Carmarthen however, according to the latest information on the capital programme the money used to purchase the building was originally part of the budget for the Ty Dyffryn Extra Care Scheme in Tirydail.

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  13. Commissioner puts forward Dyfed-Powys chief constable candidateRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 30, 2016 | South Wales Guardian

    Police and Crime Commissioner Dafydd Llywelyn recommended Mr Collins as the preferred candidate during a meeting with the Police and Crime Panel this morning. Mr Llywelyn said: "I am very pleased to announce that following the completion of the rigorous recruitment process, my preferred candidate, Mark Collins, has now been officially appointed the new Chief Constable of Dyfed-Powys Police.

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  14. Leading by Example: Bedwas captain Richard Powell in action against Newport earlier in SeptemberRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 30, 2016 | Freepressseries.co.uk

    BEDWAS chief Steve Law insists nobody at Bridge Field is getting carried away with the club's start to the new season. Law, whose side have won three of their opening four matches in the Principality Premiership, also reckons his men are "big underdogs" for tomorrow's trip to Llandovery .

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    Sep 29, 2016 | This is South Wales

    JOBSEEKERS in South West Wales have received a further boost as catalogue retailer Argos has announced it is recruiting for more than 130 jobs in the run up to Christmas. They include Ammanford, 4; Carmarthen, 12; Llanelli Parc Pemberton, 16; Llanelli St Elli Centre, 10; Neath, 18; Pembroke Dock London Road, 13; Pontardawe, 13; Port Talbot, 10; Swansea High Street, 11; Swansea Morfa Park, 19; and Swansea Pontardulais Road RP, 13. Customer advisors and stock assistants are wanted at Argos stores to meet customer demand for toys, home products, video games, technology, sports and other popular Christmas gifts.

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  16. Western Mail letters: Wednesday, September 28, 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 27, 2016 | IcNetwork

    It was easy to disagree with Jonathan Harrington , who wants to abolish the National Assembly. What would he replace it with? Wales to be run by the Secretary of State for Wales? Does he want us to go back to the days of John Redwood, who not only murdered the Welsh National Anthem, he also ran down vital services such as schools, and returned millions of pounds to Thatcher as he did not believe anything needed to be done even though school buildings were in a poor state of repair, some with outside toilets? Who would he have to run the health service? Jeremy Hunt, who in my opinion couldn't run a bath, let alone a government department.

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  17. Racing towards becoming a fifth Region... the remarkable rise of...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 27, 2016 | IcNetwork

    Cynics scoffed at the idea of rugby establishing itself up north, but RGC 1404 are enjoying a meteoric rise and have their sights fixed on going fully professional Some said it would never happen, but something remarkable is stirring in north Wales with RGC 1404 beginning to look as though it may have a future as a fifth region in the Welsh game. Pie in the sky? Far from it.

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  18. Bluebirds win third away game of seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 27, 2016 | Western Telegraph

    A brace of goals apiece for Steffan Williams and Ashley Bevan saw the Bluebirds , for the second away game running, come from behind to score three second-half goals and win. The red-clad Bluebirds were hit by an early strike from the Kingfishers' ex-Carmarthen Town striker Nick Harrhy who drove in a volley from close range.

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  19. Carmarthen Quins 12-17 RGC 1404: Former Wales wing overjoyed as unbeaten start continuesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 25, 2016 | IcNetwork

    The north Wales outfit, who had celebrated previous wins over Bridgend, Llandovery and Neath, were forced to defend for large periods and held on to take the contest Head coach Mark Jones was delighted to keep his side's winning start to the Principality Premiership going especially as RGC 1404 only enjoyed 36% possession at a windswept Carmarthen Park. The north Wales outfit, who had celebrated previous wins over Bridgend, Llandovery and Neath, were forced to defend for large periods and held on to take the contest with tries from centre Tom Hughes and fly-half Jacob Botica, who also supplied seven points with the boot.

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  20. Welsh Waterstones shop hasn't sold the version of the game without an X or Z for 2 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 23, 2016 | Daily Mail

    Welsh Scrabble? It's just too tough: Bookshop hasn't sold the version of the game without an X or Z for two years Neither is included in the Welsh version of the game as they do not exist in the language, although there are tiles featuring two letters at once. But it seems Welsh Scrabble has proved too fiendish for even native speakers, with a shop in the language's heartland failing to sell a copy for two years.

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