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On this day:

  • Working mum was over paid benefits

    A ‘hard-working’ mother of two was over paid nearly £5,000 in local authority benefits after failing to read a letter properly, a court has heard. read more

  • Assault denied

    A former Aberporth resident is to stand trial for assault. read more

  • 'MP's Milk Pint Challenge

    Ceredigion MP Mark Williams has taken on the Young Farmers’ Clubs challenge to drink a pint of milk in one go, to show support for dairy farmers who have suffered recently with a drop in prices. read more

  • It’s Showtime

    A local dance school based at Theatr Mwldan is ready to present its new show “It’s Showtime”. read more

  • MP sees potential of tourism and conservation

    An important wildlife Visitor Centre on the Teifi marshes opened its doors to local MP Stephen Crabb on Thursday . read more

  • Bex Marshall at The Cellar Bar

    Bex Marshall returns to The Cellar Bar in Quay Street on Friday, March 6, after wowing the venue with her explosive blues rock slide guitar in June last year. read more

  • British Red Cross search for Welsh speakers comes to Cardigan

    To celebrate St David’s Day, the Red Cross is inviting local people to attend an open event at The Guildhall in Cardigan to learn about various services provided by the charity in Ceredigion and chat to staff and existing volunteers about the roles available. read more

  • Sign stolen

    Police in Cardigan are investigating the theft of a wooden sign from the junction to Tanyreglwys Farm, Blaenporth. read more

  • Love a Llama!

    On a smallholding in Cwmdegwel, St Dogmaels, you might come across a different kind of animal to that which you would usually expect to find in west Wales ... Grandmother Ann Davies, a part time mini bus driver with a local authority, hopes to offer llama treks around her farm and the surrounding area when she retires – and all because she loves a llama! read more

  • Ladies darts

    The Rampin belles of Cilgerran made the journey to St Dogmaels pay dividends by claiming a 4-3 win at White Hart to maintain an eight-point lead at the head of affairs in the Cardigan Ladies Darts League while second in the table Clwb Rygbi won by an identical score. read more

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