Ceredigion County, Wales

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  1. Care Homes Shakeup: Public to be asked for their views on future of residential care homesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Tivyside Advertiser

    A public consultation will soon begin on the future of residential care homes in Ceredigion. Picture posed by models.

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  2. School Standards: Two 'red' schools in north Pembrokeshire, but good...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Tivyside Advertiser

    A NEW traffic light system showing how local schools are faring has been introduced this week with two red schools in north Pembrokeshire and 11 schools in the Tivy-Side area being given the top green or yellow ratings. The National School Categorisation System - where schools are given a red, amber, yellow or green rating - has replaced the controversial banding system introduced by the Welsh Government a few years ago.

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  3. Station future and CCTV on list of local concernsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Milford Mercury

    Dyfed-Powys Police and Crime Commissioner Christopher Salmon with PCSO Jim Moffatt and Saundersfoot Post Office staff Jill Hughes, left, and Patricia Thomas. Dyfed-Powys Police and Crime Commissioner Christopher Salmon with PCSO Jim Moffatt and Saundersfoot Harbour chief executive Michael Davies and a harbour development strategy brochure.

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  4. Councils strike new deal on wasteRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Tivyside Advertiser

    The innovative approach will save each council more than A 350,000 a year - and create 11 jobs at Pembroke Dock. Under the new contract the two councils have signed with Potters Waste Management, waste from the two counties that cannot be recycled will be exported to Sweden.

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  5. Ceredigion MP Mark Williams opened the new Farmers Market in Aberaeron this week.Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Tivyside Advertiser

    The market is held every Wednesday in the Royal Feathers Hotel in Aberaeron between 9am and 2pm, and is attended by many local producers selling their goods. Mr Williams said: "I was delighted to officially open the Aberaeron farmers market this week which showcases all of the fabulous locally made produce Ceredigion has to offer, from food and drinks, to cosmetics, to gifts, there is a great range of goods to buy.

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  6. Baby was pulled unharmed from devastating A44 car crash which killed...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 29 | IcNetwork

    Little 18-month-old Holly Hind was the lone survivor after the family car she was travelling in smashed head-on into a tanker and flew into the air The crash happened on the A44 midway between Aberystwyth and Llanidloes. Inset, clockwise from top right, are the victims Alison Hind, Margaret and John Kehoe and Martyn Pugh A miracle baby was pulled unharmed from the wreckage of a devastating car crash which killed four passengers including her mother, an inquest has heard.

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  7. Meet the Welsh food and drink firms hoping to make it big at Gulfood, ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 29 | IcNetwork

    Welsh producers are heading out to Gulfood which is expected to attract more than 5,000 exhibitors from 120 countries to the Dubai Trade Centre Welsh food and drink companies are gearing up to attend the world's biggest annual food and hospitality show in Dubai . Gulfood will be held at the Dubai Trade Centre and in this, its 20th year, and is expected to attract more than 5,000 exhibitors from 120 countries.

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  8. Eight-year-old boy died of scurvy after parents failed to seek medical help for symptomsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 29 | Mirror.co.uk

    An eight-year-old boy died from scurvy after no medical assistance was sought for symptoms of the illness, an inquest hasheard. He died at his home in Eglwyswrw, North Pembrokeshire, in December 2011 from the illness, which is linked to a deficiency of vitamin C. The inquest at Pembrokeshire Coroner's Court came almost three months after the Crown Prosecution Service decided not to pursue a case against the child's parents.

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  9. Council pay gap "too great" claims Rhodri Glyn ThomasRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 29 | South Wales Guardian

    Carmarthen East and Dinefwr AM Rhodri Glyn Thomas has called for greater consistency in local authority pay structures after it emerged that Carmarthenshire has the largest disparity between the salaries of the chief executive and its lowest paid staff. Following the recent publication of a report into pay of high-ranking employees at local authorities in Wales, Mr Thomas said there was too many discrepancies in the way senior council officers were paid.

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  10. Local vets to continue on-farmTB testingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 29 | Tivyside Advertiser

    Ceredigion AM Elin Jones has welcomed news that the Animal and Plant Health Agency will continue to employ local vets to conduct on-farm TB testing. There had been fears that the system would be centralised, but this week APHA announced that it had contracted two consortia of veterinary surgeons to undertake work on its behalf.

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  11. No medical assistance was sought for eight-year-old Dylan Mungo...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 29 | IcNetwork

    An inquest into the death of the eight-year-old from Pembrokeshire recorded an open conclusion following its hearing in Milford Haven today Pembrokeshire coroner Mark Layton heard how no medical assistance had been sought for Dylan Seabridge before his death, despite him suffering a number of symptoms in relation to scurvy - a chronic vitamin C deficiency. The inquest at Milford Haven Town Hall heard how both of his parents had not been working due to their own ill-health and Dylan, along with his brother, was educated at home.

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  12. Live: Actor Jerome Flynn joins hundreds of parents protesting at...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 29 | IcNetwork

    Hundreds of parents have gathered outside Pembrokeshire's County Hall to protest against plans to close several local schools as part of a major educational shake up. It follows a review launched last year with preliminary consultations on the future of secondary education in the Haverfordwest and St David's area Coun David Lloyd made an amendment to recommendation to retain Ysgol Dewi Sant on a 3 to 19 model.

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  13. A historic West Wales chapel at the centre of a three-year lockout is ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 28 | IcNetwork

    Campaigners need just a few thousand pounds to pay for a new slate roof at Yr Hen Gapel in Llandysul, which shaped the nation's religious history It is considered by some as one of Wales' most important historic chapels, having helped shape the country's religious history. Despite its modest stone facade and rural setting, Yr Hen Gapel at Llwynrhydowen, Llandysul, has a tumultuous and influential history as the "mother chapel" of Welsh Unitarianism.

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  14. Tummy bug: study notes gut changes in older horsesRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 28 | Horsetalk

    A study into nutrition in senior horses has found that older horses have reduced bacterial diversity in the gut, making them at an increased risk of intestinal issues. The study followed research into nutrient digestibility in senior horses, using the same horses but looking at their gut microflora.

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  15. Scotland to hold Delaney Memorial Prep raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 28 | HarnessLink.com

    The organisers behind the biggest juvenile event in the British and Irish racing calendar, the Ladbrokes Vincent Delaney Memorial for 2YO pacing colts and fillies, have reached an agreement with the Scottish Harness Racing Club to stage a prep race at Corbiewood Stadium, central Scotland. The race is scheduled to be staged on Thursday 2nd July 2015, and is open to all horses whose three sustaining fees for the main event have been paid.

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  16. Berry Smith hires four lawyersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 28 | IcNetwork

    R Owen Jones , Catrin Mackie , Philip Griffiths , Rashmi Chakrabarti . Commercial law firm Berry Smith has appointed a senior consultant, two associates and a new trainee solicitor to its practice.

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  17. Who is Taron Egerton? Everything you need to know about the hot Hollywood propertyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 28 | IcNetwork

    He's currently blazing a trail across cinema screens with Colin Firth in Kingsman: The Secret Service , but it seems rising star Taron Egerton has shot out of nowhere to become one of the nation's hottest acting properties. He's from Aberystwyth, he speaks Welsh and before he was RADA trained he attended Penglais Comprehensive School and tread the boards at the Aberystwyth Arts Centre.

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  18. The Met Office has extended its snow warning to cover WalesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 28 | IcNetwork

    The yellow warning covers Denbighshire, Flintshire, Powys, Wrexham, Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion, Conwy, Gwynedd, Merthyr Tydfil, Rhondda Cynon Taff, Blaenau Gwent, Caerphilly, Neath Port Talbot and Swansea and was issued this afternoon. Wales is likely to see between 1 and 3cm of snow or even up to 10cm on higher ground, while other parts of the UK will see 5cm.

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  19. Behind the scenes of HinterlandRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 28 | IcNorthWales

    A bleak, windswept hillside with just a few trees is not the place you'd normally find a film crew. But this spot in Cwm Rheidol, a dozen miles east of Aberystwyth , is ideal for the scene being shot for the latest episode of popular S4C drama series Y Gwyll or Hinterland in its English language format.

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  20. Plaid Cymru urges supporters living in England to vote Green in the May electionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 28 | IcNetwork

    The Welsh party hopes to work with the SNP and the Greens in a hung parliament - and also aims to double its representation in Wales by winning Anglesey, Ceredigion and Llanelli. Former party leader, Dafydd Wigley said: "In these circumstances, I believe that Plaid Cymru supporters - and indeed all Welsh people - living and voting in England in this election should seriously consider voting for the Green party... This proposal is made without any suggestion of a formal quid pro quo, still less a join campaign.

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