GOVERNMENTS URGED TO PRIORITISE ABERYSTWYTH-CARMARTHEN RAILWAY

Following the publication of the long-awaited technical feasibility study commissioned by Welsh Government, local politicians have called on the Welsh and UK governments to...

PENSIONERS ‘LEFT ISOLATED’ BY AXING OF BUS SERVICES

PENSIONERS will struggle to cope with the loss of bus services between Penparcau housing estates and Aberystwyth town centre, it has been claimed. Cambrian News...

REOPENING ABERYSTWTYH-CARMARTHEN LINE WOULD BE ‘DIFFICULT AND EXPENSIVE’

REOPENING the Aberystwyth to Carmarthen railway line will be “difficult and expensive”, according to First Minister Carwyn Jones. Cambrian News reported "Mr Jones spoke about...

CHANGES TO ON-STREET PARKING RESTRICTIONS OUT TO CONSULTATION

DRIVERS will see changes on Ceredigion’s roads as an extensive review of parking restrictions is carried out. Cambrian News reported "Proposals for changes to on-street...

JUST 10 NEW ELECTRIC VEHICLES REGISTERED IN CEREDIGION

ELECTRIC car technology is advancing all the time, and yet the latest figures suggest that Ceredigion is not on board the green vehicle revolution. The...

TRAVEL IMPROVEMENTS FOR CYCLISTS AND PEDESTRIANS COMPLETED

FURTHER active travel improvements in Aberystwyth have been completed after Ceredigion County Council secured additional Welsh Government capital grant funding of £249,000. The Cambrian News...

NEW RAIL OPERATOR PLEDGES SEVEN EXTRA TRAINS FROM ABER

THE reopening of Bow Street station will go ahead in 2020, extra trains will be laid on between Aberystwyth and Shrewsbury by 2022, and...

ABER TO CARDIFF BUS SERVICE EXTENDED AND IMPROVED

A BUS service between Aberystwyth and Cardiff has been extended and improved following a long campaign. The Cambrian News reported "Passengers on the TrawsCymru service,...

48 PER CENT RISE IN PARKING TICKETS HELPS COUNCIL NET £167,000

THE number of parking tickets issued by Ceredigion County Council jumped by more than 48 per cent in 2017 compared to the previous year,...

OUT-IN-FORCE GRITTERS KEPT CEREDIGION ROADS SAFE

COUNCIL workers spread more than 1,500 tons of grit on roads, worked seven continuous 12-hour shifts, and travelled over 10,000 miles over the course...

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DEMENTIA PATIENTS CAN RELIVE MEMORIES WITH HELP OF NEW PROJECT IN ABER

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REHEARSALS UNDERWAY FOR SUMMER PRODUCTION OF OLIVER!

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ABER-BASED SYRIAN REFUGEE WINS WELSH LEARNER AWARD

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