Neal Soils Suppliers Partners with Costain to Remove 4500 Tonnes of Hazardous Waste on A465 Heads of the Valley Road

THE A465 is recognised in the Welsh Governments National Transport Plan as a strategically important route and forms part of the Trans European Transport Network. The A465 Section 2 dualling scheme extends for 8.1km from Brynmawr in the West to Gilwern in the East. The aim of the scheme is Continue Reading

Fforest’s ‘The Bird in Hand’ closes its doors for the last time

TONIGHT (November 22nd), at approximately 11:30pm, the bell will ring and last orders at Carmarthen Road’s The Bird in Hand will be called out one final time. Punters will drink up, lights will go out and the doors will finally shut on the community’s favourite pub. Over its 200 year Continue Reading

‘I was a School Bully but didn’t Realise it until I Became an Adult’

THAT terrible mushroom haircut that your mother afflicted upon you or maybe a spur of the moment tattoo that 16-year-old you just had to have because you could; many of us harbour regrets that we made as children, some, however, are far more vexing than others. Today, Katie Thomas* is Continue Reading

C’est le Vin – Swansea’s Long Lasting Love Affair with Beaujolais Day

ON the third Thursday of every November, avid wine fans pop the cork to celebrate the beginning of the annual festival Beaujolais Day, but the backdrop to this image isn’t the mediterranean seas of the French Riviera nor the snow-dusted Pyrenees, but rather the welsh waters of Mumbles and cobbles Continue Reading

Will Sarah Zahid Rafique be a New Voice for the Young People of Llanelli?

THIS November, 14-year-old Sarah is standing forward to represent Llanelli in the Welsh Youth Parliament. Welsh Youth Parliament allows young people to take the reins on key issues that affect them and their areas. A Welsh Youth Parliament term will last for two years and will consist of 60 members. Continue Reading

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