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  1. Local museums top of the pollRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Tivyside Advertiser

    Two Ceredigion museums came out on top in a poll to find the favourite museums to celebrate the rich and varied selection of museums in Wales. WalesOnline asked readers to vote for their favourite National museum and non-national museum in the lead up to the Museums Association's annual conference held in October 2014.

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  2. Festive cheer for shoppersRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Tivyside Advertiser

    There will be festive cheer for shoppers in Ceredigion after the county council gave the go-ahead for free parking on the three Saturdays before Christmas. This week's Cabinet nodded the scheme through - in stark contrast to last year's battle for the free days.

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  3. The Welsh Crucible series: An insight into the minds of our future research leadersRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    Dr Kyle A Young is a lecturer at Aberystwyth University whose research focuses on fish ecology and river ecosystem management Dr Kyle A Young is a Lecturer at Aberystwyth University whose research focuses on fish ecology and river ecosystem management Welsh Crucible is an award-winning programme of personal, professional and leadership development for the future research leaders of Wales. Funded by a consortium of Welsh universities in partnership with the Higher Education Funding Council for Wales, there is a high demand for places from researchers who are beginning to demonstrate excellence in health, politics and various other fields.

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  4. 70mph winds batter Welsh coastlineRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | BBC News

    Gusts of wind up to 70mph have been hitting the coast of Wales as the remains of Hurricane Gonzalo reached the UK overnight. Some ferry sailings between Holyhead and Dublin have been cancelled and there are speed restrictions in place along parts of the M4 and road bridges.

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  5. India Week: The close cultural connections between Wales and IndiaRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    From writing to music and from the visual arts to dance, we take a look at some of Wales and India's artistic collaborations Recorded in Snowdonia and featuring a Welsh sea shanty and folk songs, Georgia Ruth's debut - and Welsh Music Prize-winning - album, Week Of Pines, is a real homage to her homeland. But the Welsh singer and harpist is looking much further afield - around 4,000 miles in fact - as she works on her new material.

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  6. BT creates 65 engineering jobs in locations across WalesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | IcNetwork

    The latest recruitment drive builds on the success of Openreach's recent campaign to hire 1,600 engineers across the UK, including 190 in Wales Among the locations where the latest recruitment has taken place are Abergavenny, Aberystwyth, Bangor, Blackwood, Blaenau Ffestiniog, Cardigan, Cardiff, Haverfordwest, Hereford, Newport, Newtown, Oswestry, Pembroke, Swansea and Wrexham. The latest phase of recruitment, which has now been completed in Wales, builds on the success of Openreach's recent campaign to hire 1,600 engineers across the UK, including 190 in Wales.

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  7. MP joins Gloster Row residentsa campaign against parking chargesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Tivyside Advertiser

    Ceredigion's Welsh Liberal Democrat MP Mark Williams has met with residents of Gloster Row in Cardigan, to lend support to their campaign to have car park charges lifted in the Gloster Row car park. 'I heard directly from local residents about the huge inconvenience and anxiety the new charges have caused them.

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  8. Hot Shots Calendar: US military investigates models' photo shoot on baseRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | IcNetwork

    Jessica Davies from Aberystwyth was part of a calendar shoot featuring a US military base which is now being investigated The calendar, which features Welsh model Jessica Davies , has caused a stir across the Atlantic for featuring US military "equipment, facilities and personnel" without permission. According to reports in America, the Utah National Guard has confirmed that a non-commissioned officer allowed British models and their crew onto Camp Williams, a National Guard training site in the US state.

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  9. MP continues tourism VAT reduction campaignRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Tivyside Advertiser

    Ceredigion's Welsh Liberal Democrat MP Mark Williams , has continue his campaign to reduce the rate of VAT charged on tourist attractions and hotels, visiting the Quay West resort in New Quay. Mark Williams has launched a petition on this issue over the Summer, which calls on the Government to reduce the rate of VAT on hotels and tourist attractions from the standard 20% rate to a 5% rate.

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  10. Leader berates Assembly over cutsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Tivyside Advertiser

    Ceredigion council leader Cllr Ellen ap Gwynn has taken the Welsh Assembly to task over drastic cuts to local council budgets. Cllr ap Gwynn told the Assembly's finance committee that the Welsh government draft budget was unfair and criticised the fact that Ceredigion took the harshest cut of 4.5%.

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  11. Work starts on new super schoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Tivyside Advertiser

    Work has started work on a new '3-19' School in Llandysul, the biggest ever building project for Ceredigion County Council . The 3-19 School will see five schools: Ysgol Dyffryn Teifi, Aberbanc, Coedybryn, Llandysul, and Pontsian, merge together to form the second 'all-through' school in the County.

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  12. New GrowHow farm adviser for South West and South WalesRead the original story

    Yesterday | FarmingUK

    Hefin Llywd has joined GrowHow UK as the company's newest field-based Farm Adviser. He took up his new position on 13 October and will cover the South West and South Wales.

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  13. 24-2- and it's footballRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Tivyside Advertiser

    There were gasps of disbelief at local football watering holes as record books were ripped up after 26 goals were scored in one game. It rained goals at Tyr Dref in Llandysul during the Costcutter Ceredigion League Reserves Cup game when the hosts ran out 24-2 winners against their Maesglas counterparts.

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  14. Director of rugby sackedRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Tivyside Advertiser

    Local rugby circles have been rocked by developments at Cardigan RFC where a second director of rugby has departed in less than four months. John Addis has been sacked after four games in League 2 West, the dismissal following the resignation of Nigel Smith because of what the club said were unforeseen circumstances.

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  15. Where are you eating your Sunday lunch today?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | IcNetwork

    The well-regarded Observer Food Monthly has named three Welsh venues as runners-up in its Best Sunday Lunch category , as voted for by Observer readers. The vegetarian bar/restaurant-meets-art gallery Milgi was given a nod for its nourishing veggie cooking, while The Lansdowne in Cardiff was named thanks to its roast pork belly or beef lunches.

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  16. Bricklayers shortage prompts courseRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 18 | BBC News

    There is a shortage of skilled bricklayers in parts of mid and west Wales, according to a college hoping to recruit newcomers to the trade. Coleg Ceredigion is hosting a two-day taster session in a bid to persuade potential builders that it is a worthwhile profession.

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  17. Adithya - British under-9 championRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Watford Observer

    Eight-year-old Adithya Pramod Paleri is on his way to the Black Sea resort of Batumi, Georgia, to represent England in his first international chess tournament. Adithya, who attends Nascot Wood School, earned the right to compete in the European Youth Championships through winning the British under-9 title at Aberystwyth in July.

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  18. Welsh History Month: The University of Wales was among the first of...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | IcNetwork

    Picture 87: Following 120 years of growth and expansion, the University of Wales came to an abrupt and acrimonious end in 2011 Trinity College, Carmarthen, students stop all cars and vans entering and leaving the town and "invite" drivers and passengers to contribute to their rag week charity collection in 1957. The University of Wales was among the first of the "national" institutions to be created in Wales, officially formed in 1893.

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  19. Join Cardigan runnersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Tivyside Advertiser

    What could be better on a cold, wet, dark Wednesday evening, after a hard day's work than relaxing on the settee watching the TV. Well, if you're a member of Cardigan Running Club how's about meeting at 6.30pm, at the Leisure Centre, donning a headlamp and heading out in the darkness for a run with a few other like- minded souls.

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  20. Cilgerran man attacked bouncer twiceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Tivyside Advertiser

    Justin Williams, aged 22, admitted offences of battery and assault causing actual bodily harm and today appeared before Judge Richard Twomlow at Swansea crown court for sentencing. Nicola Powell, prosecuting, said early on April 1, 2013, Williams had been ejected by doorman Sean Davies from Gabrielle's nightclub in Cardigan for smoking inside the premises.

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