Ceredigion County, Wales

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  1. Aberaeron in CeredigionRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    The local authority's cabinet members have voted unanimously in favour of the plan aimed at reversing a growing trend in West Wales. Under the new policy being considered by the authority anyone wanting to change their home's name from Welsh to English will be asked to first wait 10 days and then reconsider.

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  2. Commissioner hears viewsRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Tivyside Advertiser

    Dyfed-Powys Police and Crime Commissioner Christopher Salmon with, from left, HUTS support worker Kim Colquhoun and HUTS trustee Helen Davies. Students and people with mental health challenges were among those visited in Ceredigion-Carmarthenshire border country by Police and Crime Commissioner Christopher Salmon.

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  3. Trio to stand trialRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Tivyside Advertiser

    Owain Davies, aged 35, of 11 Bro Gido, Gilfachrheda, New Quay, Meurig Jones, aged 63 of Masons Row, Aberaeron, and Diana Mace, aged 55 of 12 Water Street, Aberaeron are charged with damaging gardening / allotment items to the value of A 1,221.06. We want you to enjoy your visit to our website.

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  4. Real-life search for the Holy Grail continues as A 2,000 reward offered for prized Welsh relicRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    The Nanteos Cup, named after a Mid Wales mansion where it was once kept and said to have been used at the Last Supper, was stolen last year The owners of a priceless Welsh relic - claimed to be the mythical Holy Grail - are offering a reward for its return after it was stolen last year. A major police hunt began last July after burglars raided a home and stole the Nanteos Cup - an ancient wooden chalice named after the mansion where it was once kept near Aberystwyth .

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  5. 'Cider with everything' - national praise for LedburyRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Ledbury Reporter

    Ledbury has received high praise in the Sunday Times's list of the fifty best rural communities in the UK, and a big point in its favour, apparently, is "cider with everything, and everyone". The market town "on the edge of the Malvern Hills, surrounded by farmland and apple orchards", came in at number 24, in an alphabecal list, which began with Aberaeron in Wales.

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  6. NFU Cymru spells out priorities ahead of 2015 General ElectionRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | FarmingUK

    A Government that understands farm businesses, wants agriculture to grow and has the policies that send the right signals to Welsh farmers, will be the key messages from NFU Cymru President to prospective general election candidates later this month when he launches the Union's manifesto, on a Welsh farm, ahead of May's General Election. Stephen James, NFU Cymru President, will launch the Union's General Election manifesto on-farm in Ceredigion, where he'll explain to prospective candidates that if they are elected then they must help the agricultural industry to fulfil its potential in meeting the major future challenges - to increase food production with fewer inputs and whilst continuing to maintain the environment.

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  7. David James: Even if Cardiff council leader Phil Bale survives...Read the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    Our columnist reflects on the 'prickly beast' of leading Cardiff's Labour group and what the outcome of today's vote could mean If anyone was tempted to think that local politics was a friendly little backwater compared to its Westminster counterpart, they should consider the last week in the life of Phil Bale . The leader of Cardiff council has suffered the humiliation of seeing his spending plans for the coming year ripped apart and redrawn to appease his own backbenchers.

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  8. Comedian Tudur Owen is "sinning" across WalesRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | IcNorthWales

    Tudur Owen, the popular Welsh comedian, will be "Sinning" all over Wales this Spring with his new stand up comedy show, "Pechu" . This is Tudur's most ambitious tour to date, indeed, it's Welsh language comedy's most ambitious tour ever.

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  9. A 2,000 reward in 'Holy Grail' searchRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | BBC News

    The owners of a stolen Holy Grail relic are offering a reward for its return after the cup was stolen last year. The Nanteos Cup was taken from a home in Weston under Penyard , near Ross-on-Wye in Herefordshire in July 2014.

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  10. Absent councillor who attended five meetings in a period when he...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | IcNetwork

    Absent councillor who attended five meetings in a period when he earned A 26,000 from the taxpayer says 'what's the point?' A councillor who in the last two years was paid more than A 26,000, during which time he attended just five full local authority meetings, has admitted asking himself "is there any point?" Ceredigion councillor Aled Davies is paid A 13,300 annually for his role as the elected member for Aberystwyth's Rheidol ward. But since May 2013 he has attended just five of the 22 full council meetings, at a time when service cuts and school closures were discussed, effectively earning himself A 5,320 for each appearance.

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  11. Rescued seals Thor and Hulk are released back into the wild after being nursed back to healthRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | IcNetwork

    Hulk, a grey seal, was suffering from injuries thought to have been caused by a dog when he was found at Borth, Aberystwyth in October and taken to a specialist rehabilitation centre in North Wales. They were nursed back to health and gained more than 40kg each at the North Wales Seal Rescue Centre which is run by the Welsh Mountain Zoo in Colwyn Bay.

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  12. VIDEO: Rescued seals released back into seaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | BBC News

    Two seals have been nursed back to health and released into the sea off the Gwynedd coast after being saved by zookeepers. Thor, a common seal, and Hulk, a grey seal, were rescued last year and taken to a specialist centre at the Welsh Mountain Zoo in Colwyn Bay for rehabilitation.

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  13. These are the top 20 restaurants in Wales according to TripAdvisor reviewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | IcNetwork

    A cosy tearoom, Indian restaurant and fine-dining eatery staffed by prisoners are among the top restaurants named in the TripAdvisor list The likes of Michelin-starred The Checkers at Montgomery, The Potted Pig in Cardiff, and Swansea's La Braseria were pipped to the post in the top 20 list. Set in beautifully landscaped grounds, De Courcey's Manor caters for private diners through to lavish gala dinners on week days and serves up traditional roasts on Sunday's.

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  14. Seven reasons Frank Zappa would've made a great WelshmanRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | IcNetwork

    As Bangor celebrates the work of the late American musical genius, we list the ways he would have been right at home here in Wales The Bangor Music Festival kicks off tomorrow and has set aside a whole day to commemorate the music of late American rocker, campaigner, iconoclast and composer Frank Zappa. There'll be live performances, plays and films in honour of the "zany, irreverent genius" and fans will even be able to chat to his widow Gail live by video link from the US.

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  15. Why a handshake is more than a sign of friendship: Humans use...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Daily Mail

    Has the White City of the Monkey God been found after 500 years? Ruins could be legendary lost jungle city where lurid tales say tribe worshipped a giant simian deity and bred chimp-human children Curt Schilling exposes internet trolls sharing sick rape Tweets about his daughter, 17, and gets one fired and another suspended from college What did she have to hide? Hillary Clinton 'used UNSECURED personal email account for four years as Secretary of State - and then aides chose which exchanges were made public' How long do YOU have left to live? Treadmill test predicts your chance of dying in the next ten years Kobe Bryant reveals his wife miscarried because of the stress of his rape case in Colorado and says he blames himself Mutilated by ISIS... terrified 'thief' has his hand hacked off with a cleaver in front of crowd in the terror group's Syrian 'capital' EXCLUSIVE: Jihadi John's ... (more)

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  16. North/south genetic divide in Welsh Red KiteRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Science Daily

    A study of the modern Red Kite population in Wales has revealed a north/south genetic divide that runs along the Towy Valley. The Red Kite is a medium sized bird of prey with a reddish-brown body, angled wings and a forked tail.

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  17. Starbucks drive-thru and Subway to be built at Bangor service station on A55Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | IcNetwork

    Developers Euro Garages say the entire scheme would bring around 40 jobs. Subway would replace existing garage and Starbucks will be built opposite A drive-thru Starbucks open 24 hours and a garage has been given the go-ahead to be built next to the A55.

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  18. Vale to vote on becoming ''frack free'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Barryanddistrictnews.co.uk

    PLAID Cymru councillors have tabled a motion that the Vale of Glamorgan Council should be a "frack free" local authority', ahead of this week's full council meeting. Barry councillor Ian Johnson, who wrote Plaid's policy on fracking, said that it was an opportunity for councillors to show their disapproval of the process by which shale gas is forced out by pumping water at high pressure below the earth's surface.

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  19. Cardiff Coroner's CourtRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | IcNetwork

    Teenage university student Dafydd Llyr Owain Jamieson tried to tell loved ones that he could 'not live this life anymore' before taking his own life A heartbreaking email from a talented young athlete failed to send just hours before the 19-year-old was found dead, an inquest has heard. Dafydd Llyr Owain Jamieson tried to tell loved ones that he could "not live this life anymore" in the early hours of December 3 last year.

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  20. Fifty years after it fell victim to the Beeching cuts, the Carmarthen ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | IcNetwork

    The once-thriving Carmarthen to Aberystwyth line is now the pride of a group of railway enthusiasts who are working to preserve it It was once a thriving railway line, carrying both passenger traffic and locally-produced goods, including wool, livestock, milk and timber, before falling victim to the Beeching reforms. Farmers' wives often used to flag down the branch line trains between Aberystwyth and Carmarthen to take their goods to local markets, and local people still recall the day on July 15, 1937, when the Royal Train rolled into the station at Cynwl Elfed.

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