More reasons to love being local in Swansea

SWANSEA businesses are working with the council to make the area even more attractive to local people during the current lockdown. A number of those in the hospitality and tourism trade are offering special deals to people who live within the county boundaries. Offers on overnight stays and eating out Continue Reading

Neil Hamilton MS calls on constituents to have say on future of local economy

NEIL Hamilton, MS for Mid & West Wales and Leader of UKIP Wales, is calling on his constituents to have a say on the future of their local economy. Neil Hamilton, a member of the Climate Change, Environment and Rural Affairs committee, is encouraging people to participate in developing a Continue Reading

Neil Hamilton, Leader of UKIP Wales pledges continued support in fight against cancer

NEIL Hamilton MS, a member of the Climate Change, Environment and Rural Affairs committee is urging his constituents to make sure they get checked out if they are feeling unwell. He is a long-time supporter of all initiatives to fight any form of cancer, and continues to back calls to Continue Reading

Students produce radio programme on Coronavirus as part of placement

THREE students have spoken about their experiences during the Coronavirus pandemic. The students have been on placement with Llanelli Online using the technology to produce news and programmes for our online sites and online radio station. Lucy Fiola from Llanelli is a student of journalism at Portsmouth University. Elkanah Evans Continue Reading

Community comes together to support food bank in Burry Port

TWO Carmarthenshire county councillors have proactively responded to community needs during the COVID-19 crisis.  Speaking to Llanelli Online some way into their ongoing community project, Cllr Amanda Fox and Cllr John James from Burry Port said… “Hospitality and independent non-essential retailers in Burry Port were severely challenged before Covid-19 but Continue Reading

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