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Carmarthenshire’s family researchers and amateur historians will be forced to take a break from digging up the past after it was announced that the county’s archives were closing to the public due to the discovery of mould in some of the storage rooms.
11:21am Thursday 16th October 2014
NEW Welsh Government statistics have shown an increase in the number of fixed penalty notices issued by Carmarthenshire County Council for environmental crimes such as littering, smoking-related litter and dog fouling.
10:55am Thursday 16th October 2014
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1:47pm Wednesday 15th October 2014
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AMMANFORD cricket club members are set to rekindle a row with the town’s players after submitting an appeal to the Welsh Assembly to overturn the decision by county planners earlier this year who refused an application to replace a tennis court with two cricket nets in the town park.
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3:23pm Monday 13th October 2014
BOWLS mad Rhys Davies, from Pantyffynnon, has never allowed his disability to get in the way of his dreams and the youngster has been busy solving problems to ensure he gets to play his beloved sport.
2:45pm Monday 13th October 2014
5:51pm Monday 13th October 2014
A DYFED Powys Police officer who risked his life to rescue a teenage boy from drowning in Llandybie has urged locals to nominate people who they think are exceptional for the Welsh Government's 2015 St David Awards.
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For many drivers, a car is not just a means of getting from A to B. Cars can be intrinsically linked to people’s lives; so much so they can be considered part of the family, with many often given a name.
1:51pm Friday 10th October 2014
Civica, a market leader in specialist systems and business process services that help organisations transform the way they work, is supporting an increasing number of health and social care providers across the UK as they respond to the imperative for community care services to work seamlessly together.
10:40am Friday 10th October 2014
LLANDOVERY College recently welcomed the new National Director of the Boarding Schools Association Robin Fletcher, along with several boarding school Headmasters and Mistresses, to a day of debate on the future of boarding. Guy Ayling, Warden of Llandovery College, was delighted to host the gathering.
4:09pm Thursday 9th October 2014
A FORMER Llandybie man currently serving a 17-year jail sentence for child sex offences has been found guilty of raping a young girl after his victim read of his earlier conviction in the South Wales Guardian.
1:51pm Thursday 9th October 2014
10:20am Thursday 9th October 2014
CARMARTHENSHIRE County Council has said it expects to cut hundreds of jobs and withdraw some services altogether following “the worst settlement the county has ever faced” after the Welsh Government announced a 3.3% cut in the amount to gives the authority each year.
8:49am Thursday 9th October 2014
3:08pm Wednesday 8th October 2014
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10:44am Wednesday 8th October 2014
THREE little troopers from Cwmllynfell, have been raising money for Scotty’s Little Soldiers, a charity dedicated to supporting the children of men and women killed while serving in the British Armed Forces.
12:52pm Wednesday 8th October 2014
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4:06pm Monday 6th October 2014
When an advisory panel on the Welsh language in Carmarthenshire met at County Hall on Monday, members and supporters of the Welsh language group Cymdeithas yr Iaith gathered with numerous model kites in order to emphasise that they are keeping a "llygad barcud" (an eagle eye) on the work of the council and panel.
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Breast cancer touches the lives of millions of people every year, with 70 per cent of British women women saying either they or someone they know has fought the disease. Today, research released by The Estée Lauder Companies’ Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign UK (The BCA Campaign), reveals the power of the stories these women have to tell. Forty per cent of women have been inspired by the experiences of others with breast cancer, driving 41 per cent of these to examine their breasts more frequently. One quarter (27%) were moved to donate to or become involved with breast cancer charities and one in 10 (11%) researched their personal risk of breast cancer.