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Share your memories and pictures of the Miners Strike 1984

March marks 40 years since the start of the Miners Strike

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The secluded Welsh lake surrounded by mountains that looks straight from a fairytale

This hidden lake is shrouded in Welsh legend and is accessible only by foot

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Person dies in village house fire

An investigation has been opened into the cause of the blaze

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Key capital schemes outlined in Carmarthenshire capital budget

TENS of millions of pounds for new schools and projects like the new wellness and life sciences complex in Llanelli are being allocated by council chiefs in Carmarthenshire.

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Pair bailed after bodies of two babies found at Welsh home

A man and a woman appeared at Cardiff Magistrates Court on Tuesday

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A40: Screws placed on slip road to target police vehicles

The "deliberate act" occurred in the overspill entrance to the Nantyci Showground near Carmarthen

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Ammanford pupils plant trees to learn about climate change

Pupils from Ysgol Gwaun Cae Gurwen collaborated with Celtic Wildflowers to deliver the project

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The Body Shop to shut half of its UK stores - 7 close today

The Body Shop has announced it is to shut half of its stores with several closing immediately

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Carmarthenshire council tax rise set for 7.5 per cent

A COUNCIL tax rise of 7.5% looks ever more likely in Carmarthenshire after the council’s cabinet agreed a final set of budget measures for 2024-25.

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Mark Drakeford's farming comments in wake of protests 'disappointing'

The First Minister's comments were called ‘disappointing’ and ‘indicative of a wider problem’ by local politicians.

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Energy projects proposal for Wales tabled by Adam Price MS

New electricity generating stations being built in Wales could have to be part-owned by the local community, a new amendment has proposed.

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M4 road closures in place across Wales this week

There will be several overnight road closures that could affect traffic heading to and from Carmarthenshire

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Ammanford roads left under water with more heavy rain on the way

 

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Llandovery man denies assaults and theft of phone and lamp

Mark Bradburn has denied attacking two people and stealing a phone and a lamp at an address in Cilycwm

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County set for 7.5% council tax rise amid 'impossible position' warning

Carmarthenshire Council's leader warned 'fundamental questions' about the future of public services would soon need to be asked

South Wales Guardian | News

Ann Davies, Plaid Cymru's Carmarthenshire candidate 'not afraid'

She is hoping her experience of county councils will spur her on in Westminster.

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Nearly 100 tractors greet Labour leadership contenders

The two Labour leadership hopefuls Vaughan Gething and Jeremy Miles were met by dozens of farmers protesting about farming policy

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Carmarthenshire weather warning issued by Met Office

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for Carmarthenshire due to heavy rain and flooding which will be in place on Wednesday (February 21).

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Carmarthenshire man attacked two police officers in village

Lawrence McDermott of Cefneithin admitting assaulting the officers in Foelgastell

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DVLA banned number plates as 24 plates set to hit the road

The new 24 plates hit the road on March 1 but a number of personalised registrations are banned