Author - Jon Coles

Calling for volunteers at Ceredigion Museum

AS PART of Ceredigion Museum opening its doors to reveal a brand new café, shop and street level entrance this summer, the museum is looking for a host of volunteers to help on the front of house...

Teenage girl rescued by Aberporth RNLI lifeguards

A TEENAGE GIRL was rescued by RNLI lifeguards after she was swept out of her depth by a rip current in the sea at Aberporth Beach. The 13-year-old girl had been dragged out about 50m from the beach...

​Three-month sexual health pilot scheme launched

​PATIENTS living in Ceredigion​ ​can now take advantage of a new pilot service aimed at making it easier to check if they have any sexual health worries without having to see a doctor or nurse. The...

Aber hotel scores lowest hygiene rating ​

A ​HISTORIC Aberystwyth hotel recently botched a hygiene inspection, scoring the lowest possible rating. The Belle Vue Royal Hotel, which offers a ​’warm Welsh welcome​’​ on its website...

Fuel spillage causing traffic delays

THERE IS slow traffic this morning (Aug 9) on the A44 in both directions, between the A470 and B4343, near construction work. Temporary traffic lights are currently causing delays near Pant Mawr...

Alana Spencer supports apprenticeship campaign

THIS summer, the Welsh Government is helping to support 1,000 brand new apprenticeship vacancies for people of all ages across Wales. The vacancies, which will be posted on the Apprenticeship...

Female criminals the focus of new lecture

COMPARED to their male counterparts, relatively little is known of the many thousands of women who were convicted, often for petty crimes, and transported to Australia by the British Government...