Local MP Mark Williams becomes Welsh Lib Dem leader

CEREDIGION’S long-serving MP Mark Williams has this week been made leader of the Welsh Liberal Democrats. It was announced by the party’s National Executive Committee that he would be taking over from Kirsty Williams AM, who is now the only Welsh Liberal Democrat in the Welsh Assembly. Williams was first elected the MP for Ceredigion … Continue reading Local MP Mark Williams becomes Welsh Lib Dem leader

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It’s Geltaidd vs SH Pandas for the Aber Town Cup today, and it’s going to be huge

IN WHAT might be the actual last-ever game on the Aber Town FC turf (after the last men’s & women’s fixtures, and the showdown of two Aber Town Classic XI’s), two titans of the Aberystwyth DIGS League come together to find out who will be lifting this years prestigious Aber Town Cup. After seeing off … Continue reading It’s Geltaidd vs SH Pandas for the Aber Town Cup today, and it’s going to be huge

Absent Whittingdale provides “toothless” BBC White Paper

“The BBC is a public broadcaster independent of government, not a state broadcaster like they have in those bastions of democracy, Russia or North Korea. All of this is under threat right now, make no mistake… the secretary of state is telling the BBC when to schedule main news bulletins, what programmes it should make … Continue reading Absent Whittingdale provides “toothless” BBC White Paper

Pantycelyn Project Board finish report detailing the future of Welsh speaking halls

PANTYCELYN Project Board, which is coordinating the development of plans for the provision of designated Welsh medium accommodation and social spaces at Aberystwyth University, has completed its report in line with the timetable agreed in June 2015 between the Chair of the University’s Council, Sir Emyr Jones Parry, and the student representatives. The report contains … Continue reading Pantycelyn Project Board finish report detailing the future of Welsh speaking halls