Four individuals at Carmarthenshire schools test positive for covid-19

CARMARTHENSHIRE County Council have confirmed that individuals at four schools have tested positive for Covid-19. The schools are: Bryngwyn School, Ysgol Y Strade, Canolfan Elfed at Queen Elizabeth Hihgh School and Ysgol Dyffryn Aman In a statement Carmarthenshire County Council said: We have robust procedures in place and the Test, Continue Reading

Child of Britain Awards seeks inspirational children

THE founder of the Child of Britain Awards has urged families, friends, and carers to nominate inspirational young people for a brand-new event dedicated to celebrating the inspirational achievements of children across the UK. Nominations are now open for Child of Britain, the only national initiative dedicated to celebrating the Continue Reading

Health Minister Vaughan Gething MS warns of extra pressure on NHS this winter

“NOW more than ever we need people to think carefully about where to seek advice to avoid extra pressure on the NHS this winter.” This is the call from the Minister for Health Vaughan Gething as our health care services and health boards continue to deal with the coronavirus pandemic. Continue Reading

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

NEIL Hamilton, MS for Mid & West 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 regional economic framework for Mid-Wales. Continue Reading

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

Welsh Ambulance Service unveils ultra-modern additions to fleet

THE Welsh Ambulance Service has unveiled ultra-modern additions to its fleet.   Among the new vehicles introduced to its 799-strong fleet is a low-emission hybrid rapid response car, the first of its kind for the service. The Trust has also commissioned new and improved emergency and non-emergency ambulances, as well as a Continue Reading

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