Thursday May 16
Planning row threat to student flats
Flats housing up to 50 students in Aberystwyth face demolition because a council says they were built without correct planning permission.
Thursday May 16
Abusive phone calls to ex
A 42-year-old St Dogmaels painter and decorator has appeared in court and admitted making abusive telephone calls to his estranged wife.
Wed May 15, 2013
Cash-strapped families in parts of Wales making UK's biggest energy use cutbacks
Householders in parts of Wales are cutting back on their energy use more than almost every other part of the UK amid escalating energy prices, new figures have revealed.
Author takes Aber noir to Radio 4
'There's just a strange quality about Aberystwyth which seems to lend it to this sort of treatment', says Pryce Just how the mid Wales seaside town of Aberystwyth became the Welsh capital of noir is a subject that may have played on people's minds in recent months.
Mon May 13, 2013
Ponterwyd Quarry [Ceredigion, Wales]
Number of routes have been bolted at this crag, with lower offs at the top of most climbs.
Sun May 12, 2013
A 10m extra for flood protection in Wales: Details released of where it will be spent
West and North Wales are the main targets for new funding, but the amount is criticised as being too low in the face of climate change Details of how communities are to get an extra A 10m to protect them from the kind of deluges that swept through Wales last year have been released today.
Sat May 11, 2013
School takes a step back in time for anniversary
LOOKING prim in their bonnets and waistcoats, some with mob caps and ankle boots, they could be pupils and teachers from any Victorian school.
Fri May 10, 2013
Granny who won't be bulldozed by Tesco: Woman halting multi-million...
She could be forced to leave her home to make way for a 25,000sq ft Tesco, three-storey Marks & Spencer and 550-space car park Tesco and M&S signed deal with developers and local council to build a new shopping park in seaside resort Enid Jones is not someone that you would immediately associate with jaw-jutting defiance.
Wed May 08, 2013
Mail on Sunday
Retired sailor, 97, drowned himself in harbour after being diagnosed with terminal cancer
Reginald Edlington White, 97, had been battling prostate cancer for several years but was told by doctors it had spread to his spine and was terminal.
Mon May 06, 2013
Bus driver banned
A bus driver who crashed his car into several vehicles outside his home in Cardigan when said to be "paralytic drunk" has been banned from driving, ordered to carry out work in the community and lost his employment.
Fri May 03, 2013
This Is Somerset
Cuckoo put off by weather in Somerset
David the cuckoo, one of five birds fitted with satellite tags, returned to the UK from the Democratic Republic of the Congo on Friday.
Thu May 02, 2013
Manic Street Preacher's frontman James Dean Bradfield composes art-house film soundtrack
James Dean Bradfield has composed the ambient soundtrack to Gideon Koppel's new venture, which is inspired by the west Wales town of Borth.
Warm weather brings voluntary beach patrols to West Wales
With forecasts of sunshine and warm weather set across Wales, Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire RNLI lifeguards return to their posts earlier than expected for the Bank Holiday weekend.
Cuckoo takes European holiday
A cuckoo returning to Ceredigion from migration in Africa has taken a holiday in France to avoid the UK weather.
Wed May 01, 2013
How should Welsh broadcasting reflect its diverse audience?
Rhodri Talfan Davies: the BBC Cymru Wales director said broadcasting faced challenges over the shift in the way Welsh is spoken.
Work starts on Bathhouse site
Residents in Cardigan can look forward to seeing some activity on the Bathhouse site as progress is made on Cardigan Integrated Care Project.
Call for financial backing for fire damaged library
AM Elin Jones has sought assurances from the Welsh Government that it will provide financial backing to re-build part of the National Library in Aberystwyth damaged by fire last week.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Welsh should not become official EU language, says MEP
It is understood the First Minister Carwyn Jones has written to George Osborne arguing for early implementation of the first Silk report to show Scotland how further devolution could prove a viable option The British and Irish Lions 2013 squad will be announced live at 11am today.
Ceredigion MP Mark Williams has raised concerns about a lack of investment in Wales' railways.
Mr Williams has highlighted recently published figures, which indicate that of the A 2 billion invested by Network Rail in 2011/2012 into rail infrastructure, only A 15 million of that was spent in Wales and its bordering areas, which account for less than 1%. While Wales and the Borders has more than 5% of the population of Great Britain, it ... (more)
MMR schools vaccinations stepped up
Immunisation against measles is being carried out in schools west of the main Swansea epidemic area for the first time.