Ceredigion County, Wales

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  1. Roofer, salesman, project planner - Welsh reservists join French...Read the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    Troops from 3rd Battalion The Royal Welsh joined forces with the Spanish Army and French Foreign Legion on the Chinchilla Training Area in Spain Marching across the parched plains of Spain with a heavy backpack and rifle may not be everyone's idea of fun. The troops from 3rd Battalion The Royal Welsh joined forces with members of the Spanish Army and the French Foreign Legion on the Chinchilla Training Area in Albacete, south eastern Spain.

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  2. For the first time since 2008, there are more new businesses being set up than businesses failingRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    In Wales, there were 12.6 businesses launched for every 100 active ones in 2013, compared to 14.1 for the UK as a whole and 14.3 in England Businesses in Wales are being born at a slower rate than in England but births are now outnumbering deaths for the first time since the economic downturn. In Wales, there were 12.6 businesses launche d for every 100 active ones in 2013, compared to 14.1 for the UK as a whole and 14.3 in England.

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  3. Anglesey actor Celyn Jones comes home for screening of his latest movie Set Fire to the StarsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | IcNorthWales

    Holyhead man wrote and starred in Dylan Thomas biopic Set Fire to the Stars with Elijah Wood and returned to his home town of Holyhead for the screening Anglesey actor Celyn Jones fulfilled one dream by writing and starring in a film about the great Welsh bard Dylan Thomas. He fulfilled another yesterday by screening it in his home town of Holyhead in front of a delighted local audience.

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  4. Where are the Swansea bay names in A 450m new Bay Campus?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | IcNetwork

    Columnist Robin Turner wonders why the halls of residence buildings at the region's A 450m new Swansea Bay campus will not reflect Swansea Bay.... And the nights have been spectacular too, with Mars shinining brightly in a canopy of stars with a half moon lying lazily on its back. After dark, the familiar crescent of Swansea Bay has been twinkling like a giant bracelet and to the east a new star is swiftly rising in the shape of the A 450m new Swansea University Bay Campus which is due to open to students in September 2015.

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  5. Lucky Derrick gets his fantastic FiatRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Tivyside Advertiser

    Lucky Cardigan castle car raffle winner Derrick Llewellyn from Brynberian was presented with his Fiat 500 donated by BV Rees Garage of St Dogmaels this week. The Castle team thank all the volunteers who helped raise a fantastic A 14,780 on ticket sales.

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  6. Brilliant Welsh Christmas gifts for the ex-pat in your lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | IcNetwork

    Make sure they have a very Welsh Christmas wherever they are in the world with our pick of the best patriotic pressies If you're after a patriotic gift for someone that's overseas this Christmas or perhaps has a penchant for Welsh pressies, you're spoilt for choice this year. Seriously, a Cymru Christmas is easy, but it's best to get buying soon as the postal countdown for sending international mail has begun - ranging between December 3 and 13, dependent on country.

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  7. Cap that: Geraint Bowen proudly displays his Welsh cap.Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Western Telegraph

    This week Bill Carne popped up to the Farm Shop in Bethesda, near Narberth , to find out about Geraint Bowen receiving his Welsh cap after playing against Canada - 34 years after he had played alongside the likes of Bob Norster, Richard Moriarty, Eddie Butler and Brynmor Williams . . . Rugby folk across Pembrokeshire will be delighted to know that Geraint Bowen is now the proud holder of his Welsh Rugby cap after receiving it before the match against Fiji in recognition of his playing against Canada 34 years ago.

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  8. Mike Parker hosts South Ceredigion campaign launchRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Tivyside Advertiser

    A packed evening of entertainment by prominent local artists was held in Cardigan this week, to support Mike Parker's bid to become Plaid Cymru's next MP for Ceredigion. The event, organized by the party's Cardigan and district branch at Polly's Bistro, featured TV personality and Tresaith resident Dewi 'Pws' Morris, prominent local band Ail Symudiad, prize-winning poet Ceri Wyn Jones, and harpist Carwyn Tywyn.

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  9. New novel for local authorRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Tivyside Advertiser

    North Pembrokeshire author Tracy Batty, will this week see her new novel on the book shelves of various shops throughout the UK. Called 'Above and Below the Clouds,' and based on World War Two, this will be Tracy's second book, following on from her successful novel ' Steel to Muck' in 2013.

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  10. AM welcomes Broadband boost for Teifi ValleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 26 | Tivyside Advertiser

    Ceredigion AM Elin Jones has welcomed the news that the Welsh Government intends to launch the 'Ultrafast Connectivity Voucher' in its Local Growth Zones, including the Teifi Valley. The voucher will enable businesses within the Growth Zones which require faster than usual internet connections to access faster broadband than that which will be available under the current 'Superfast' project.

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  11. Widow claims her husband was killed by the stress of botched...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 26 | Daily Mail

    A foster carer has claimed her husband was killed by the stress of a 'botched' A 120,000 council extension to their home. John Gibbins suffered a heart attack and died at just 52 after battling with the local authority for 17 months to sort out the problems.

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  12. VIDEO: West Wales college taught Rigby killerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 25 | BBC News

    One of two men who attacked and killed Fusilier Lee Rigby in London last year studied at an Islamic College in west Wales. Michael Adebowale attended an Arabic course at the European Institute of Human Sciences near Llanybydder in 2012, a parliamentary report released on Tuesday revealed.

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  13. Secret Santa gift ideas you'll find at Cardiff Christmas MarketRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 25 | IcNetwork

    Looking for a pressie for under A 5? No worries, we've scoured the stalls and found plenty of great gifts Secret Santas can be stressful, we know. What on earth do you buy the colleague or friend that has everything?! Throw in a budget of under a fiver, and it can feel more like faff and fuss than festive fun.

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  14. Lee Rigby was murderedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 25 | IcNetwork

    The report describes how in April 2012, Michael Adebowale was a student at the European Institute of Human Sciences in West Wales An 18-month investigation has been completed into the death of Lee Rigby. Killer Michael Adebowale, pictured right, has links to Wales The UK's intelligence agencies were not in a position to prevent the brutal killing of Fusilier Lee Rigby last year by two Islamic extremists, Westminster's Intelligence and Security Committee has concluded.

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  15. Aberystwyth's grand Victorian former County Court House goes up for sale for A 400,000Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 25 | IcNetwork

    Grade II listed Edleston House was built as a nursing home and has been used as County Court as well as holding archives of many of Wales' ancient monuments One of Aberystwyth's most prominent town centre buildings, which for years held the historic records and archives of ancient monuments from throughout Wales, has gone on the market as Ceredigion council bids to claw back a multi-million-pound budget deficit. Grade II-listed Edleston House, built in 1898 as a nursing home, and used in recent years as the town's County Court, has a guide price of A 400,000.

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  16. Oil clubs aim to reduce fuel povertyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 25 | BBC News

    A pilot scheme encouraging people living in mid Wales to club together to bulk buy oil is aiming to reduce fuel poverty and promote energy efficiency. Rachel Lilly from Ymlaen Ceredigion, which is co-ordinating the scheme, said: "This is a pilot in Wales which will show how communities can work together to buy fuel and become more energy efficient.

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  17. Rigby killer studied in west WalesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 25 | BBC News

    One of two men who murdered Fusilier Lee Rigby in London last year studied at an Islamic college in west Wales. A parliamentary report into Michael Adebowale and Michael Adebolajo revealed Adebowale studied Arabic at the European Institute of Human Sciences in Llanybydder in 2012.

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  18. a York teacher and former Olympian has been inducted into the Welsh Athletics Hall of Fame.Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 25 | York Press

    Born in Hereford, Angela qualified to run for Wales while studying at Aberystwyth University - along with her identical twin sister Susan. Between them the twins, running for both Cardiff and Wales, revolutionised distance running in the country.

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  19. How do you create 6,000 jobs in Wales in one go? Cut VAT on tourism businesses, say campaignersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 24 | IcNetwork

    Pressure grows ahead of the Autumn Statement for Chancellor George Osborne to follow Europe's lead and cut VAT on accommodation and tourism A VAT cut for the tourism industry could see more jobs in the industry and more people coming to Wales to enjoy landscapes such as the Gower peninsula, experts claim Nearly 6,000 jobs could be created in Wales if the UK Government grasps the opportunity to follow the example of other EU countries and cut VAT on accommodation and attractions form 20% to 5%, according to a major campaign to boost tourism. The Welsh economy would receive a boost of more than A 165m, the Cut Tourism VAT campaign claims.

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  20. UK dairy farmers need to build new markets overseasRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 24 | FarmingUK

    Concerns with recent drops in farmgate milk prices and the volatility of global dairy markets came to the fore at a recent meeting of dairy farmers in Ceredigion. Aled Jones, NFU Cymru Milk Board chairman, met with local dairy farmers at an on-farm meeting of the Ceredigion NFU Cymru county branch recently.

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