Dydd Miwsig Cymru

ON Friday (Feb 11) Wales celebrated Welsh Language Music Day which celebrates all types of music using the Welsh language.

Free music events were held all over the country with the aim of increasing it's audience and is all part of a long-term drive to get one million people speaking and using Welsh before 2050.

In Llanelli...

Late Tumble try secures derby victory at Ponty

A late try saw Tumble edge out Pontyberem 26-21 in a tight local derby at Pontyberem Park.

It was the home side who started strongly, with two tries from captain Adrian Williams giving them a 15-7 lead at half-time.

However three second half tries were enough for the visitors to bank a bonus-point win in muddy...

Pontrilas Works set to be demolished

PART of Llanelli's past industrial landscape is set to disappear in the New Year as the old Pontrilas works  at North Dock gets razed to the ground. The factory which sits on the edge of the Millennium Coastal Park has become an eyesore and in recent months children have broken into the site and vandalised the...

Cor Curiad in fine voice at Stradey Castle

IT'S been a busy year for the ladies of Cor Curiad Llanelli, the all female singing group have performed a number of charitable shows, including the Ty Bryngwyn Hospice 'Festval of Light'.

This week, they have been performing at Stradey Castle with three sold-out shows, raising funds for Marie Curie, a charity that supports people...

Award for Wildlife Watch Litter Pickers

THEIR aim is simple. To clean up rural wildlife areas to help keep wildlife safe from litter harm as well as to help keep these areas clean.

The group are called “Wildlife Watch Litter Pickers (WWLP)'' which is a subgroup of the Wales Wildlife Watch group. They were originally just a walking group of wildlife spotters, who...