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Scarlets hooker Phillips excited for huge European challenge PDF Print E-mail
News - Sports News
Friday, 05 December 2014 13:04

Scarlets' international players have this week returned to regional action and are straight back into European Rugby Champions Cup action.

 
Scarlets put best foot forward for crucial European clash PDF Print E-mail
News - Sports News
Friday, 05 December 2014 12:49

Scarlets have welcomed the return of their international stars ahead of this weekend's crucial European Rugby Champions Cup match against Uslter Rugby at the Kingspan Stadium.

The Saturday evening clash, between second and fourth placed teams in pool 3, is a must win for Scarlets to keep their quarterfinals campaign alive.

With two strong performances in the opening rounds, against reigning champions Toulon and English giants Leicester Tigers, Scarlets are positioned in second place only four points behind French outfit Toulon.

 
County’s residents helped to say NO to Junk Mail PDF Print E-mail
News - Climate Change News
Friday, 05 December 2014 11:50

SCORES of people have been given advice on how to stop receiving junk mail through the post at three road shows which have been held in the county.

 
Bond 24: Announcement PDF Print E-mail
Lifestyle - The Geekly Weekly
Friday, 05 December 2014 11:46

By Dai Jeffcoate

Well it's been announced, the new Bond film is titled SPECTRE.

 
Investigating devil’s bit scabious and the conditions for successful establishment PDF Print E-mail
News - Climate Change News
Friday, 05 December 2014 11:44

Stephanie Carter, a MSc student at Aberystwyth University, has been undertaking research at the National Botanic Garden Wales, linked to the Mynydd Mawr Marsh Fritillary project. The research project investigated the butterfly’s food plant devil’s bit scabious (Succisa pratensis) and the conditions for its successful establishment. The results of the research will inform the Project on how to best re-introduce devil’s bit scabious into suitable habitat within the project area and where best to source seed so that it has the best chance of survival.

 
More grassland management at Ynysdawela Nature Park PDF Print E-mail
News - Climate Change News
Friday, 05 December 2014 11:42

Ynysdawela NP is a Council-owned site near Brynamman made up mainly of woodland and grassland habitats. This less well-known site was created partly on a former colliery site and has developed into an important site for wildlife, including for two key species in the county –the marsh fritillary butterfly and dormouse.

 
Tree Cover in Carmarthenshire’s Towns – NRW report PDF Print E-mail
News - Climate Change News
Friday, 05 December 2014 11:41

Trees are an essential component of our urban environments, delivering a range of services to help sustain life, promote well-being, and support economic benefits. They make our towns and cities more attractive to live in - encouraging inward investment, improving the energy efficiency of buildings – as well as removing airborne pollutants and connecting people with nature. They can also mitigate the extremes of climate change, helping to reduce storm water run-off and cool towns down.

 
Help out with the Vincent Wildlife Trust’s National Polecat Survey PDF Print E-mail
News - Climate Change News
Friday, 05 December 2014 11:39

The Vincent Wildlife Trust’s (VWT) third national polecat survey was launched at the beginning of this year. They are appealing for records of polecats, polecat-ferrets and feral ferrets from all over Britain during 2014 and 2015.

 
Caeau Mynydd Mawr Project PDF Print E-mail
News - Climate Change News
Friday, 05 December 2014 11:20

By Amanda Evans

This ground-breaking project has been developed to offset the impacts of development in the Cross Hands area, including residential and industrial, on the European protected marsh fritillary butterfly. Funded by contributions from developers, the project will facilitate the delivery of Carmarthenshire County Council’s adopted Local Development Plan, and will secure sufficient habitat to support the butterfly in this area.

 
Allied Healthcare vacancies PDF Print E-mail
Business - Job Vacancies
Friday, 05 December 2014 11:18

Recruitment Interview Day at The Hub on Friday 12th 2014. Allied are looking for Care Support Workers. Ideally company are looking for Car Drivers but this is NOT essential!!!

 
Keith Davies AM Celebrates Language Funding Boost for Llanelli PDF Print E-mail
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News - Political News
Friday, 05 December 2014 11:14

Keith Davies AM has applauded the £70,000 announced yesterday for a Llanelli project to promote Welsh Language in the town. It will go towards developing part of ‘Y Lle’ in Stepney Street. Mr Davies visited the centre during its start up phase last summer to discuss progress and future plans.

 
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