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The Haunting of the HMS Asp

Like every respectable town in Wales, Pembroke Dock has its own stories of hauntings...

Cambridge University – showing ghostly images from a Welsh manuscript

One of the UK’s most important medieval manuscripts is revealing ghosts from the past...

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Living wage commitment for apprentices

8th February 2023 Apprentices at Powys County Council will be paid the Real Living Wage, thanks to an agreement by Cabinet this week.The agreement comes during National Apprenticeship Week which Powys County Council is actively supporting.In the past 12 months, the Council has provided opportunities for 10 apprentices across a range of services, including engineering

Avian influenza identified at Powys premises

8 February 2023 A case of Highly Pathogenic Avian influenza H5N1, otherwise known as bird flu, has been confirmed at a premises near Newtown, the county council has said.A 3km Captive Bird (Monitoring) Controlled Zone (Avian Influenza), or CBMCZ zone, has been declared around the infected premises, to limit the risk of disease spread.Within this

Newtown DIY enthusiast fined for fly-tipping

7 February 2023 A Newtown resident has been fined £400 for illegally dumping rubbish in the 'devil's elbow' hair-pin bend layby (near Dolfor) of the A483 trunk road. Reported by the North and Mid Wales Trunk Road Agency (NMWTRA), the fly-tipped material consisted of waste DIY building material. On inspection, the council's Powys County Council Waste

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20 MPH speed restrictions for Wales

There are mixed feelings across Wales concerning the new 20MPH speed limits which will...

Welsh government – Energy drink ban for under 16s a possibility

Despite many reports of the Welsh Government banning tea and coffee for the under...

Free school meals for primary schools in Wales

The Welsh Government has confirmed that free school meals will be provided to children...

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Edward George Bowen – pioneer of radar

Edward George Bowen (nickname Taffy) was born on January 14, 1912 in Cockett, Swansea. He was responsible for inventing and developing radar between 1935...

Oystermouth Castle conservation work

Contractors are preparing to move on site to carry out crucial conservation work to help preserve one of Swansea's most historic landmarks. Specialists will be...

Castell Graig / Morris Castle

Castell Graig / Morris Castle Er iddo ddisgwl fel adfail castell o'r Canol Oesoedd adeiladwyd Castell Graig, fel y'i gelwir, rhwng 1768-1775 gan John Morris...

Pembrokeshire History: Iron Age Settlements

History and its visible remains are thickly layered across the dramatic and beautiful landscape of Pembrokeshire. Using the ancient trackways of the Christian pilgrims, which...

Pembrokeshire History: Fishguard, Gwaun Valley & Preseli Hills

Fishguard is a quaint little town which you can explore in two parts. The lower town is the older and more picturesque with many...

Living wage commitment for apprentices

8th February 2023 Apprentices at Powys County Council will be paid the Real Living Wage, thanks to an agreement by Cabinet this week.The agreement comes during National Apprenticeship Week which Powys County Council is actively supporting.In the past 12 months, the Council has provided opportunities for 10 apprentices across a range of services, including engineering

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