16 hrs ago
Aberystwyth pays A 150,000 for BBC police drama to be filmed there
Seaside town pays 150,000 for BBC police drama to be filmed there - while cutting crime-fighting CCTV budget by the same amount A cash-strapped council has fronted 150,000 for a BBC police drama to be filmed in the town after making cuts in the budget for CCTV.
20 hrs ago
Farmers make case for support for innovation
Ceredigion's Plaid Cymru AM Elin Jones has called on the Welsh Government to support innovation in farming following productive meetings between the Minister, the local AM and NFU representatives at Cardigan Show.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Politicians urge village green status for Maesglas
Local politicians have welcomed the appeal decision on Maesglas play area in Cardigan - but have stressed that village green status must be secured.
It was too good to last....summer's all but over and will only...
The above average maximum temperatures we enjoyed in June and July won't be making a comeback in what's left of August Holidaymakers enduring cold rain and blustery winds on the promenade at Aberystwyth Wales UK on the late May Bank Holiday Monday last year Wales' second successive summer of beautiful sunshine has come to an abrupt end with no ... (more)
MP praises Cardigan River and Food Festival
Ceredigion MP, Mark Williams has praised this year's Cardigan River and Food Festival as an increasingly iconic event and excellent showcase of the local food sector.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
AUDIO: Repaired shelter '30% original'
Putting a new shelter on seafront at Aberystwyth would have been cheaper than repairing the grade II-listed structure but would not have complied with heritage regulations, says a councillor.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Live: North Wales Live Blog
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Thu Aug 14, 2014
Councillors back young family's home plea
Keeping a local Welsh family living in Cardigan is more important than any Assembly planning guidelines, according to local councillors.
Top Universities the next stage for Coleg Ceredigiona s stars
Students at Coleg Ceredigion have once again shown how dedication and hard work pays off with many achieving the A level results they required.
Summer? August will feel more like autumn thanks to chilly Arctic winds
Anyone hoping for a warm end to the summer may be disappointed by the forecast for the next week, never mind the warning for rain today The July heatwave seems a world away as anyone hoping for a hot and sunny end to the summer my be rather disappointed.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Farming family can build new homes
A family who breed award-winning Welsh cobs have won permission to build four homes on their farm - against all the odds.
Tenby Road plan deferred
Plans to build 13 social housing homes in a Cardigan cul de sac have been deferred by Ceredigion plans following last minute amendments to the scheme.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
This is South Wales
Hywel Dda launch three counties golf tournament
Hywel Dda Health Charities has signed up clubs from across its three counties to take part in its inaugural charity tournament.
The Ceredigion Art Trail has been warmly praised by a leading travel writer and broadcaster.
Artists from all over Ceredigion were delighted to hear from well known travel writer and broadcaster Mike Parker at a special event to mark the start of the Art Trail, held at the Da Mhile distillery gallery near Llandysul on Friday 8th August.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Downgrade of Bronglais maternity services "an insult to Ceredigion" - MP
Ceredigion's Welsh Liberal Democrat MP, Mark Williams, has slammed the Hywel Dda University Health Board's decision to downgrade maternity services at Aberystwyth's Bronglais Hospital.
Candleboat service shines light on nuclear tragedies
Organised by Pembrokeshire Peace Group, the event was one of several around Wales to remember those who died when atomic bombs were dropped on the two cities in 1945.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
National Eisteddfod: Acclaimed poet Ceri Wyn Jones wins the Eisteddfod Chair
He added: "In a competition in danger of sinking under the burden of abstractions, here is a poet who can see the world around him.
Demand for housing support payments has more than trebled in Wales...
Dozens of people marched in Cardiff earlier this year to protest against the controversial bedroom tax, which they argue is "unfair" The Welsh Local Government Association confirmed that demand for Discretionary Housing Payment - used to help those on housing benefits struggling with costs - has risen by 250% in the last financial year.
MP's concern at health consultation process
Ceredigion's MP Mark Williams has expressed anger over the exclusion of beds in the integrated care resource centre planned for Cardigan and is concerned over the consultation process.
Locals frozen out of housing market
New house price figures show that people in Ceredigion are facing an increasing struggle to afford to buy a home.