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Prison for ‘industrial scale’ flytipping pair
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A PLANT hire operator has been jailed for illegally dumping vast quantities of controlled waste at sites in Swansea and Carmarthenshire, including thousands of tonnes of contaminated soil from a new rail depot.
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Marathon challenge for Ammanford pair A pair of Ammanford siblings are taking on the London Marathon next year.
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New police CCTV gets approval from Iceland The newly reinstated CCTV system across the Dyfed-Powys area is clearly the envy of the policing world internationally – as Icelandic Police decided to travel to Dyfed-Powys as part of their project to adapt, renovate and modernise their own CCTV.
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Ammanford church offers free gift-wrapping service in the run-up to Christmas Ammanford shoppers are being invited to take advantage of a free gift-wrapping service in the town.
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Ammanford church is offering free Christmas dinner for the lonely Ammanford Evangelical Church will once again be running its free Christmas day meal for the community.
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Kelly Hyde killer Adrian Jones could be cleared of murder after dying in jail THE conviction of the teen murderer who bludgeoned hairdresser Kelly Hyde to death in Ammanford more than ten years ago has been referred to the Court of Appeal.
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Memorial unveiled for an Ammanford legend A SPECIAL memorial bench has been unveiled in Penybanc, remembering an Ammanford legend, Coley the Collie.
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Woman pays heavy price after waste blocks road near Amman valley club A woman who arranged for farm waste to be removed from her Amman Valley business has been ordered to pay more than £1,600 in fines, costs and compensation by Magistrates after the waste was found dumped in a lane.
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Llandeilo Welsh gift shop celebrates birthday with small business accolade THE Little Welsh Dresser, a Welsh gift shop based in Llandeilo has been named as one of 100 trail-blazing small businesses being celebrated on Small Business Saturday which takes place on December 7.
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Ammanford factory staff 'in tears' after being told not to speak Welsh Staff at an Ammanford factory have reportedly been left in tears after being told not to speak Welsh at work.
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