Ceredigion, Wales Newswire

Ceredigion, Wales Newswire

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Ceredigion, Wales.

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  1. Children's comic hunts for the next generation of Welsh cartoonistsRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | South Wales Guardian

    Welsh comic Mellten is looking for the next generation of cartoonists by giving young children the chance to create their own cartoon character or cartoon strip in a big competition that is launched this week. As part of the 2018 World Book Day celebrations, the Welsh Books Council are running a competition with Mellten - a quarterly Welsh-language comic for children, bringing together stories, jokes, puzzles and competitions.

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  2. Health service changes to be proposed in the springRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | South Wales Guardian

    Hywel Dda University Health Board will present the public with preferred options to transform community and hospital services this spring. Hywel Dda University Health Board will present the public with preferred options to transform community and hospital services this spring.

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  3. Aberystwyth student attack: Fifth man arrestedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 19 | BBC News

    A fifth man has been arrested after a university student was left with life-threatening injuries following a street attack in Ceredigion. Ifan Richards Owens, 19, was found unconscious on High Street, Aberystwyth, in the early hours of Sunday after the assault.

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  4. Martin Shipton meets Lleucu Siencyn podcast - The challenges facing literature in Wales todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 16 | IcNetwork

    She tells Martin about her childhood in the remarkable literary village of Talgarreg in Ceredigion and they discuss the biggest challenges facing literature in Wales today.

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  5. Ceredigion village 'abandoned' by lack of superfast broadbandRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 15 | BBC News

    Rural communities in Ceredigion have been abandoned by BT after it failed to finish installing superfast broadband in some areas, an AM has said. Elin Jones AM said BT had "walked away" but the company said it had been clear it "would not reach every premises".

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  6. This is why glass milk bottles are set to make a big comebackRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 15 | IcLichfield

    That's the message from one UK village, who has ditched the plastic milk cartons in favour of a return to classic glass bottles. In the quiet coastal village of Aberporth in Ceredigion, residents are seeing a change in attitude against the scourge of plastic.

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  7. Glass milk bottles making comeback in coastal village and the anti-plastic movement is spreadingRead the original story

    Friday Jan 12 | IcNetwork

    Dairy says people love the nostalgia of the old bottles and how they can help the oceans at the same time But one part of Wales is seeing a change in attitude against the scourge of plastic... and the return of milk in glass bottles. Milk is being delivered to shops in the old fashioned glass pint bottles in the quiet coastal village of Aberporth in Ceredigion .

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  8. South Wales Police want mental health lessons for young peopleRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 9 | Newsday

    Police have called for better mental health education in schools after a significant rise in young people being detained under the Mental Health Act. Some 48 children and young people were detained by South Wales Police in 2016-17, up 33% from 36 the year before.

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  9. Wonderful natural beauty of Pembrokeshire's beaches can be retained...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 9 | Western Telegraph

    Mike Allen who runs the London House Stores, was born and raised in Haverfordwest , and has contributed to Aberporth's efforts to rid itself of plastic waste by encouraging his customers to use glass milk bottles. "These days I call Aberporth home, but obviously I still love Pembrokeshire and would like to see that wonderful natural beauty of its beaches retained," he said.

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  10. River pollution: Better regulation call after 3,000 incidentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 6 | BBC News

    There have been almost 3,000 pollution incidents in Welsh rivers in the past three years, but only 38 prosecutions. Figures from January 2013 to February 2016 come a year after a large slurry leak in the River Teifi in Ceredigion.

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  11. Road closed after high winds bring tree down in West WalesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 4 | IcNetwork

    A road in West Wales is expected to be closed for some time after a large tree fell cross the carriageway. The A4342 between New Quay and Llanarth in Ceredigion is blocked after the tree blew over in high winds early this morning in the village of Gilfachreda.

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  12. Patients urged to stay away from A&E unless absolutely necessary as winter pressures biteRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 3 | Milford Mercury

    Hywel Dda University Health Board is strongly urging residents in Pembrokeshire to use alternative healthcare services in the community wherever possible due to significant pressures currently being experienced across Emergency Departments. During the recent festive period the Health Board said it had put additional medical and support staff in place to manage increased demand.

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  13. Bible storyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 3 | BBC News

    The invaders - a force made up 600 elite French troops backed by 800 Irish irregulars and conscripted French royalists - landed on the nearby shore in 1797 and immediately began pillaging local properties. Cold and hungry, the soldiers smashed up pews in St Gwyndaf's for a fire and tore pages out of a nearby bible with which to light it.

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  14. Jane Fryer on the village which has scrapped plasticRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 2 | Daily Mail

    The village that proves you can live without plastic: JANE FRYER reports from an isolated coastal community that has scrapped plastic pintas, straws, cutlery and sauce sachets The village of Aberporth, on the magnificent Ceredigion coast in West Wales, is sprawling, windswept and a good 50 minutes' drive from the nearest train station. Today, there is just one fishing boat left - a sunshine yellow trawler called 'Shaun the Prawn' - a graveyard full of mariners, a couple of shops, a deserted-looking hotel, one pub and an ever-shrinking population.

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  15. Hay Festival organisers in New Year Honours list.Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 29 | BBC News

    The organisers of the Hay Festival in Powys are among those to be included in the New Year Honours list. Co-founder and director David Florence has been made a CBE, while chairwoman Revel Guest, who receives an OBE for services to literature.

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  16. Heart-warming moment seal pup is returned to sea after West Wales rescueRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 29 | IcNetwork

    The seal had been rescued in Aberaeron over the summer, during a torrid time for pups as storms battered Wales A seal pup rescued by the RSPCA in West Wales has been returned to the wild after a period of rehabilitation in the charity's care. Video footage shows the moment RSPCA staff returned the pup to the wild after two-months of care at wildlife facilities in Hastings.

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  17. Borth zoo appeal date set for dangerous animal ban hearingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 29 | BBC News

    A zoo which had two of its lynx die within days of each other is to appeal against a ban stopping it from keeping certain dangerous animals next month. "We hope that come the new year we can work closely with Ceredigion council to resolve any outstanding issues and open the zoo again to the public," it said.

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  18. Two more animals have died at a Welsh zoo where two lynx died earlier this yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 28 | IcNetwork

    Borth Wild Animal Kingdom, near Aberstywyth, confirmed that a python called Bernie and a squirrel monkey had died but "there is no mystery behind the deaths and certainly no mistreatment". In a post on social media, the zoo said that Bernie the Burmese Python had a cancerous tumour on her lower jaw that was not responding to treatment and surgery would have been too evasive, so they made the tough decision to euthanise her a month ago.

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  19. Boxing Day warning for snow and heavy rain across WalesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 25 | BBC News

    The Met Office said heavy rain could turn to snow in parts, with a small chance of homes and businesses being flooded.

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  20. As 2017 draws to a close, where next for the Welsh Liberal Democrats?Read the original story

    Sunday Dec 24 | Peter Black AM

    It is Christmas Eve and thoughts are turning to turkey and present opening. The Norad tracker has already kicked in and at the time of writing Santa has delivered 150 million presents and politicians everywhere are starting to relax.

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