3 hrs ago
Wales Drama Award
BBC Cymru Wales and National Theatre Wales, in partnership with BBC Writersroom, are inviting submissions for the second, prestigious A 10,000 Wales Drama Award.
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7 hrs ago
Gareth Raw Rees Awards
Seven young farmers from across Wales have financially benefited from this year's Gareth Raw Rees Memorial Travel Scholarship.
11 hrs ago
Professional burglar brothers who targeted west Wales homes at Christmas are jailed
Brothers William Connors, 24, and Edward Connors, aged 17 at the time, researched properties over the internet and drew up a menu of houses to break into.
13 hrs ago
Tributes paid to quad bike racer
A teenage quad biker from Pembrokeshire who died during an event on Sunday had been racing competitively for several years, said a local councillor.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
spate of robberies over Christmas and New Year.
Brothers William and Edward Connors have been sentenced to jail for a spate of robberies over the Christmas and New Years period William and Edward Connors pled guilty to conspiring to commit 23 burglaries across Pembrokeshire , Carmarthenshire and Ceredigion in Swansea Crown Court last week.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Ceredigion WI members at Prince Charles Quay, Cardigan
Centenary celebrations have begun for WI members as the specially designed centenary baton officially begins its journey through Ceredigion.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Weight losses gain new careers
Two women in Ceredigion, who have lost six stone between them are about to start new careers because of their weight loss.
Residents object to "out of context" development
Plan to build 12 new homes in a Cardigan cul-de-sac- will create a "social housing enclave" in the south of the town, a site meeting heard this week.
Welsh seaside resorts buck the economic downturn
Cardiff City blogger and author, Scott Johnson, takes a look at forgotten Norwegian midfield man Magnus Wolff Eikrem and insists he still has a role to play Across Wales there are great examples of companies and businesses going above and beyond the call of duty to make our country a better place to live They found that this figure has continued to ... (more)
Thu Jul 17, 2014
'Who is writing the big books needed to give Welsh history a profile on the world stage?'
On the face of it, these are exciting times for Welsh history and Welsh historians.There is a real buzz about the place as community groups research local aspects of the First World War experience, and much effort is being directed into celebrating the centenary of the birth of Dylan Thomas .
David and Goliath defeat for Aberystwyth gran who battled store giants
Swansea City have finally revealed that striker Michu has joined Italian club Napoli on loan for a season.
Warning of thunderstorms overnight
Thunderstorms are expected to move across much of south and west Wales overnight bringing localised heavy downpours, according to the Met Office.
Literature Wales has announced new exchange opportunities for writers from Wales, Canada and the USA
Literature Wales has announced new exchange opportunities for writers from Wales, Canada and the USA, in close partnership with British Council Cymru.
A Welsh pensioner who was on the verge of losing her eyesight
Transformation of Cardiff Central Station as visionary new plans unveiled to create a 'fitting entrance to the capital city of Wales' It's going to be a show-stopper, says Network Rail Wales boss, as blueprint for massive new retail, leisure and business hub revealed Swansea defender Davies could be heading for the exit door as Liverpool and Spurs ... (more)
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Western Mail Letters: Wednesday, 16 July, 2014
The Chartered Institute of Legal Executives , accountancy company WBV and law firms Darwin Gray and Gordon Dadds Wales have made key appointments SIR - The allegations, widely reported in the media, that GCHQ has been developing tools to interfere with the results of online polls is truly shocking.
Traders in Cardigan may worry about rates but it is access that concerns their customers.
He voiced disappointment that Ceredigion County Council have refused to consider the town council's idea of free parking for two hours.
Gull attacks 18 year-old girl at Welsh seaside town
Student Shannon Harris, 18, was left with a gash to her scalp after she went to help a baby gull which had wandered onto a busy road.
Ceredigion construction student named in Squad UK for WorldSkills S o Paulo 2015
A construction metal work student could be on his way to Brazil next year after being selected to join WorldSkills Squad UK.
Business couple trial delayed
The trial of a business couple accused of a string of frauds across west Wales could be delayed for almost a year, a judge heard this week.
Patients waiting over a year for hearing aid reassessments
The Welsh Liberal Democrats have revealed today that many people in Wales are waiting months on end until they can attend an NHS hearing reassessment.