Dyfed-Powys Police proud to support White Ribbon campaign

DYFED-POWYS Police is proud to be supporting the campaign to end male violence against women. The force has taken a stand to end all male violence against women by becoming White Ribbon Accredited. White Ribbon is a global campaign that encourages people, and especially men and boys, to individually and Continue Reading

Over 200 Welsh statues, streets and buildings connected to the slave trade listed in nationwide audit

IN JULY, following the death of George Floyd and a month of action by the Black Lives Matter movement, First Minister Mark Drakeford ordered an urgent audit of statues, street and building names to address Wales’ connections with slavery and the slave trade. The audit published today (Thurs 26 Nov) Continue Reading

Fly-tipping in Carmarthenshire up by 54% over the last eight months

FLY-TIPPING has increased by more than a half in Carmarthenshire at a time when refuse collectors pulled out the stops to ensure residents’ rubbish was picked up from the kerbside. Household waste recycling centres were closed in Wales for seven weeks during the first coronavirus lockdown – and some people Continue Reading

Public Health Wales publish Hywel Dda covid figures

CORONAVIRUS cases have increased by 108 across Hywel Dda according to Public Health Wales figures released on Wed, 25th, Nov. Fifteen new cases have been recorded in Pembrokeshire, 22 in Ceredigion and 71 in Carmarthenshire. There is now a total of 838 cases in Pembrokeshire reported throughout the pandemic, 505 Continue Reading

Lee Waters MS congratulates Five Roads pupils on Royal Society grant

LLANELLI’S Member of the Senedd Lee Waters has congratulated pupils at Ysgol Five Roads on being awarded a grant from the Royal Society. The grant will support their project which is investigating the impacts of sustainable transport on air pollution. Joining the pupils over Zoom, Mr Waters, who is Welsh Continue Reading

Have your say about local walking and cycling routes

WELSH Government is pushing forward in its ambition to make active travel a realistic alternative by making it easier for people to tell their local councils where existing routes need to be improved and new routes built. An interactive map to gather opinions from communities about local walking and cycling Continue Reading

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