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...

Carmarthen Bay Film Festival coming to Llanelli

THE prestigious Carmarthen Bay Film Festival in Llanelli will take place in just four weeks.

The festival is now in its seventh year and continues to go from strength to strength.

A total of 699 entries were received for this year’s festival award categories, from film-makers worldwide.

The festival is being staged at Llanelli’s Stradey Park Hotel, from May 14-17.

All of the film-based events are free to the public.

“It is astonishing how the festival has grown in...

Carmarthen Town Mayor’s Fun Run 2018

THERE'S three weeks to go to the annual Carmarthen Town Mayor's Fun Run races.

The races take place in the town centre on Monday May 7, with a 10am start.

Last year’s event saw 768 runners taking part, a record for the fun run races in their current format.

This year will be the 37th running of the Carmarthen Mayor’s Fun Run races.

Last year’s feature 5K race was won by Thomas Jones of Carmarthen Harriers in a time of 16.56.

"We are hoping for a bumper turnout in...

Concerns over lack of Welsh Language courses at Carmarthen’s Trinity St David campus

A Welsh Language campaigner is claiming that the University of Wales Trinity St David  has not honoured its commitments 'allegedly' made as part of the bid to secure a platform from education into the media sector with the opening of Yr Egin for S4C later this year.

The campaigner who did not wish to be named said that they were concerned that there were no Welsh language media / performance related courses running (or scheduled to run) in Carmarthen despite the scheduled opening of Yr...

Naws Garibïaidd mewn bwyty newydd yng Nghaerfyrddin

MAE pâr o Gaerfyrddin wedi gwireddu eu breuddwyd ar ôl 15 mlynedd, diolch i Gyngor Sir Caerfyrddin.

Mae George a Jennifer Eltom wedi dod â naws Garibïaidd newydd i Lôn Jackson, Caerfyrddin yn sgil agor eu bwyty newydd yn ddiweddar, sef The Reef.

Mae'r bwyty newydd sy'n cynnig prydau Caribïaidd traddodiadol megis Cyw iâr Jerk a reis...

Caribbean vibe at new Carmarthen restaurant

A CARMARTHEN couple has realised a dream that was 15 years in the making, thanks to Carmarthenshire County Council.

George and Jennifer Eltom have brought a new Caribbean vibe to Carmarthen’s Jackson’s Lane with the recent opening of their restaurant The Reef.

Offering Caribbean classics like Jerk Chicken and coconut rice, the wood and bamboo clad interior offers a laid-back atmosphere for...

Ground condition survey works at Heol Dyfnallt

RESIDENTS in Heol Dyfnallt, Carmarthen, have been given notice of exploratory groundworks in the area over the next few weeks.

A gas works used to occupy the site before houses were built there. The works served the former St David’s Hospital and was demolished in 1938.

The council undertakes regular inspections on the land as a precautionary measure, and has appointed contractors to check the...

A first place for young Carmarthen sailor

CARMARTHENSHIRE-based IT company, BCC IT, are pleased to see sponsored 14 year old Carmarthen junior sailor Aled Llewellyn-Jones who sails for the GB Topper class gain first place at Datchet Water recently.

Aled is part of the Welsh National Squad and also the RYA British Youth Sailing National Junior Squad.

Aled joined some of the country's best young sailors at the first national competition of 2018 on February 24 and 25 competing in extremly cold and breezy conditions at Weymouth...

Carmarthen fall victim waits two hours+ for ambulance

AN elderly woman who fell out of her wheelchair in Carmarthen town centre had to wait over two hours for an ambulance today, Friday (Mar 23).

One lady who did not wish to be named told Llanelli Online that she had seen the lady on the floor outside the 'Days' store in the town centre and had passed by two hours later to see the lady still there. She said it was 'unacceptable' that the lady had to wait so long for an ambulance.

Staff from the store and passers by waited with the lady...