STUDENTS and local residents of Aberystwyth joined forces today in a show of solidarity against President Donald Trump’s recent decision to introduce “extreme vetting” measures on seven Muslim-majority nations. Hundreds of men, women, children, and dogsRead More
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Even the cops present to protect us had rainbow epaulettes (sp?) in a nice, unobtrusive show of solidarity.
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CEREDIGION’S long-serving MP Mark Williams has this week been made leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats. It was announced by the party’s National Executive Committee that he would be taking over from Kirsty Williams AM, whoRead More
TODAY an adult male and child were knocked down in the car park of the Morrision store in Parcydolau. The incident is reported to have happened outside the front entrance of the store this morning.
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PANTYCELYN Project Board, which is coordinating the development of plans for the provision of designated Welsh medium accommodation and social spaces at Aberystwyth University, has completed its report in line with the timetable agreed in JuneRead More
CURRENTLY home to the Ceredigion Museum, Aberystwyth’s historic Grade II-listed Coliseum is reinstalling a cinema screen for the first time since its closure as a cinema 40 years ago. With a £13,917 community grant secured byRead More
CEREDIGION council is expected to write to the Welsh Assembly asking them to consider authorising a targeted badger cull to combat the spread of tuberculosis (TB). The request, which is expected to be made after the upcomingRead More