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  1. Ex-chip shop owner claimed rats who ate his potatoes left him too poor to file for bankruptcyRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    A former chip shop owner has admitted hygiene offences at Swansea Crown Court and says rats who infested his premises left him A 60,000 in debt A former chip shop owner said rats which gnawed his potatoes have left him so much in debt he cannot even afford to make himself bankrupt. David Taylor, 43, of Gray's Inn Road, Aberystwyth, told Swansea Crown Court he was left with A 60,000 worth of debts after health inspectors found rats in his takeaway/restaurant business in the town's Eastgate and closed it down.


  2. Mixed fortunes for Welsh retailersRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | BBC News

    The number of people using shopping centres and out-of-town retail parks in Wales has seen has seen the biggest drop compared to the rest of the UK. Footfall for Welsh retail stores was 1.7% down in March 2015 from a year ago, while the UK average was up 0.2%, and up 3.4% in the east of England.


  3. 21 pictures that'll make you want to walk the Wales Coast Path right nowRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    Pop on your walking boots and get exploring the Wales Coast Path . With 870 miles to uncover, you can enjoy everything from seaside strolls to cliff top rambles.


  4. The BBC debate confirmed some unhelpful female stereotypesRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | The Spectator

    If I were a nicer person, I suppose I'd have been rather more moved by what the Independent called the moment that summed up last night's leaders debate, the 'beautiful group hug' by the three women leaders at the end while Ed Miliband looked on. Rather, it summed up for me what I felt about the entire event, that it was a slightly embarrassing affair for women whose approach to politics is anything other than the sort of thing espoused by Greece's radical left-wing party Syriza.


  5. The story of West Wales' hippie invasion: Fun, laughter,...Read the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    Three of the characters profiled in the book 'Towards the West, a Varied Crowd'. From left, Tim Strang, Sarah Lazenby, the Thornley family At a time when the Glastonbury Festival was in its infancy and "free love" was being pedalled from San Francisco to the world, British long haired hipsters with flowers in their hair found recluse in West Wales.


  6. Young mum-to-be blames online benefits forms for driving her dyslexic partner to kill himselfRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    Erin Weston, 22, said the forms were the 'final straw' for Mark Jacka, 26, from Aberystwyth, and she will name his son in his honour Dyslexic Mark William Jacka, who hanged himself after having difficulties with online benefits forms, pictured with his girlfriend Erin Weston The grieving girlfriend of a dad-to-be who killed himself claims the Government's online benefit forms "tipped him over the edge". Mark William Jacka, 26, from Aberystwyth , took his own life in February last year after repeatedly failing to correctly complete the online forms in order to receive Jobseeker's Allowance.


  7. Help for museum and library accessRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Newsday

    Museums, archives and libraries across Wales will benefit from almost A 2.7m of Welsh government funding to help ensure they are accessible to all. The funding will also be used to increase the number of visitors to museums and libraries, particularly from more deprived areas.


  8. Helston native aiming for success on Tour of BritainRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Falmouth Packet

    PROFESSIONAL cyclist Steve Lampier is looking to build on an already "mega" start to the season by targeting the Tour of Britain, writes Sam Moore. The 30-year-old, who grew up in Helston, started his riding career with the town's Cyclelogic team before moving out to race on the continent.


  9. First Person: A palatial setting for antiques fairRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Oxford Times

    Antique potterya .it is in the genes. Lasered at an early age. I grew up in Warrington, with a mother from Aberystwyth in deepest Wales.


  10. Bilingual people take greater risks when feedback is given in their native languageRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | PhysOrg Weblog

    Recent research from Bangor University has revealed that Chinese-English bilingual individuals take more risk in gambling when feedback is given to them in Chinese, their native language, than in English, their second language. In a study recently published in the Journal of Neuroscience , Shan Gao, Robert Rogers, and Guillaume Thierry from Bangor University's School of Psychology and Ondrej Zika from Aberystwyth University investigated risk taking in different language contexts.


  11. Local communities to share A 92k commissioner grantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Tivyside Advertiser

    Celebrating the Jig-so Childrens Centre grant success are, from left, Catrin Owen, Helen Evans, Julie Williams, Charlotte Jones. Local initiatives are set to benefit from a A 92,000 grants programme organised by Dyfed-Powys Police and Crime Commissioner Christopher Salmon.


  12. Translation into English - and instant translationRead the original story

    Thursday | Times Online

    In their newly published report, Publishing translated literature in the United Kingdom and Ireland 1990 - 2012 , Alexandra BA1 4chler and Giulia Trentacosti, of the Mercator Institute for Media, Languages and Culture at Aberystwyth University, write "The absence of data on published translations and the low literary translation output has always set the United Kingdom and Ireland aside from the rest of Europe". To explore this further, they have "embarked on the task of collecting and analysing translation data" and has come up with the following: The oft-quoted figure of 3 per cent, that being the proportion of translated books to English-language books , is accurate.


  13. New group offers opportunities to dementia sufferersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Western Telegraph

    A new Alzheimer's Society group is launching in Milford Haven today to encourage people with dementia and their carers to try something new. A Gentle Exercise group will start today, Thursday, April 16 and will run between 11am and 12.30om at Steynton Church Hall, Milford Haven.


  14. General Election 2015: Plaid bounce in Welsh polls after Leanne Wood on TV debateRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | IcNorthWales

    Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood's performance on the TV debate with the other big political leaders could have won her a small increase in support. The first opinion poll in Wales after the televised event last week shows improvement in Plaid's standing, but it is still in fourth place in the country.


  15. College attended by Lee Rigby killer Michael Adebowale denies it is...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Mirror.co.uk

    Adebowale was a student at the European Institute of Human Sciences from 2011 to 2012 - staff claim they did not know he was security forces' radar A college attended by one of Fusilier Lee Rigby's killers has denied it is a "training camp" for extremists. The European Institute of Human Sciences, in Llanybydder, West Wales, says its reputation has been "sullied" by its association with the convicted terrorist Michael Adebowale.


  16. Candidates pledges: Healthcare and hospitals in MontgomeryshireRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | Border Counties Advertizer

    ON May 7, the residents of Montgomeryshire will choose who they want to represent the region as their Member of Parliament for the next five years. The County Times will be challenging the Montgomeryshire parliamentary candidates with a different question each week so our readers can decide who they want to represent them.


  17. Tributes paid to Welshman credited with modernising rugby in MaltaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | IcNetwork

    Elfed Williams from Aberystwyth has died at the age of 86 after spending much of his life on the European island Elfed Willimas from Aberystwyth who has passed away at the age of 86 after spending much of his life championing Wales and rugby in Malta. Pictured with Welsh legend and friend Barry John.


  18. 'This is not a training camp for terrorists': Welsh college ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | IcNetwork

    A Welsh college where Michael Adebowale - one of Fusilier Lee Rigby's killers studied - says the institute's reputation has been "sullied" as a result of it's association with the convicted terrorist. Pat Sinclair, registrar at the European Institute of Human Sciences, near Llanybydder fears the college has been portrayed as a "training camp" for extremists.


  19. Welsh Lib Dem leader Kirsty Williams accuses the Tories of holding Wales to ransomRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | IcNetwork

    Kirsty Williams said the link between fair funding and a referendum on tax raising powers in the Tories General Election manifesto was unfair on Wales at the launch of her party's manifesto The leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats has accused the Conservatives of holding Wales to ransom over its proposals to link a funding floor to a referendum on devolving income tax. On Wednesday Kirsty Williams launched her party's Welsh manifesto in Talgarth in the Lib Dem seat of Brecon and Radnorshire, where she admitted that the last few years had been bruising for the party.


  20. The Road to Twickers starts in Galeri CaernarfonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | IcNorthWales

    The adventures of a group of rugby fans on a visit to the home of English rugby is to be told in a brand-new comedy. The play, which opens at Galeri Caernarfon on Monday, April 20 before a tour of Wales, follows the trials and tribulations of a rugby mad group of friends who, as the title suggests, head to Twickenham to support Wales in the Rugby World Cup.