Police looking for Jamie Robert Steele

HAVE you seen Jamie Robert Steele?

Dyfed-Powys Police is appealing for information that could assist in locating him.

He is wanted by police for failing to comply with supervision requirements.

He is believed to be in the Carmarthen area but is continuing to evade police.

Anyone with information of his whereabouts is urged to contact police by calling #101.

If you are deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired text the non-emergency number on 07811 311 908


Police investigate online harassment case in Carmarthen

DYFED-Powys Police is investigating a case of online harassment in Carmarthen.

The female victim has received over 100 explicit and abusive messages from a man on Facebook. Despite continually blocking him, he has still been able to send messages through multiple accounts.

Police are investigating the issue and providing support to the victim.

It is strongly believed the offender has been messaging other women online with messages and photos of a similar nature.

PC Gareth Jones...

Llanelli manufacturer reaps the rewards of investing in skills

AUTOMOTIVE manufacturer Gestamp Tallent Llanelli, which is reaping the rewards of investing in training and developing its workforce, has been shortlisted for a Vocational Qualification (VQ) Award.

Since taking over the Llanelli plant in 2011, Gestamp has transformed the business by investing in the plant and its people. It is a key supplier to automotive customers including Jaguar Land Rover, Bentley and Honda.

The company is one of three finalists competing for this year’s VQ...

Hamilton AM backs ‘keep active’ campaign

NEIL Hamilton, AM for Mid & West Wales and Leader of UKIP Wales, is backing a UK wide push to encourage patients to get up, dressed and keep moving.

The campaign, to encourage patients to change from their pyjamas and get moving around, is also being supported by the Chief Nursing Officer for Wales, Professor Jean White.

The #EndPJParalysis 70-day challenge aims to achieve one million patient days of relevant patients being dressed in day clothes and moving around, over a 70 day...

Hywel Dda – Our Big NHS Change

WE have a once-in-a-lifetime chance to fundamentally change the way that we provide local healthcare services for the better – and we want to hear what you have to say about it.

'Hywel Dda - Our Big NHS Change' was officially launched at a meeting of the health board today (Thursday 19 April 2018), marking the start of a 12-week public consultation aimed at making provision of local health and care better for our communities.

We’re asking residents across Carmarthenshire,...

Hamilton ‘delighted’ as Council reject ‘controversial’ housing plans

CARMARTHENSHIRE County Council have rejected 'controversial' plans to build 42 new homes in Laugharne after concerns over the future of it's playing fields.

A petition was made against the move to build houses, with more than 300 people signing it.

The plans were turned down by Carmarthenshire County Council's planning committee.

Speaking to Llanelli Online, Neil Hamilton AM said: "I am absolutely delighted that the Planning Committee...

Pic of the week for April 18

Pic of the week for April 18, taken by Jordan Greenway.

Laugharne Castle on a warm April evening.

Have you got a photo you have taken, which you would like to see as pic of the week? Send your photo to editor@llanellionline.news

Rhoi Harbwr Porth Tywyn yn nwylo’r Marine Group

MAE Harbwr Porth Tywyn bellach wedi'i roi yn nwylo diogel cwmni sy'n arbenigo mewn marinas er mwyn hwyluso'r gwaith o fuddsoddi yn yr harbwr a'i wella, a hynny fel rhan o gynlluniau i greu cyfleuster o safon ryngwladol ar gyfer perchnogion cychod ac ymwelwyr.

Mae'r Marine Group bellach ar y safle ar ôl cael prydles hirdymor gan Gyngor Sir Caerfyrddin.

Mae rhoi'r harbwr ar brydles i arbenigwyr ym maes marinas yn rhan o gynllun y Cyngor i sicrhau bod yr harbwr yn gynaliadwy yn yr hirdymor,...

Burry Port Harbour in hands of The Marine Group

BURRY Port Harbour is now in the safe hands of marina specialists to undergo investment and improvement as part of plans to create a world-class facility for boat owners and tourists.

The Marine Group is now on site, having been granted a long-term lease from Carmarthenshire County Council.

Leasing the harbour to experienced marina specialists is part of the council’s plan to ensure its long-term sustainability, and forms part of its wider regeneration masterplan for Burry Port.


New homes set to help building firms prosper  

A NEW local housing company, formed by Carmarthenshire County Council to build affordable homes, will create jobs, apprenticeships, and boost the local economy councillors said today.

The council previously agreed to set up the company, but discussed it at Full Council today (Wednesday) during a notice of motion aimed at committing support to maximising the benefits to local people and the construction industry.

An original notice of motion put forward my Cllr Jeff Edmunds, of Bigyn ward,...