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The latest Phil Evans column – February 14

Posted By RobertLloyd58

THE BANK TILLS ARE ALIVE WITH THE SOUND OF MUSIC!
I was queuing in my bank, waiting to deposit my winnings from the one-armed bandit in my local pub.
For those of you who don’t know, he’s a Brazilian named Pedro Gonzales and (as he’s

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Latest On Song column – February 14

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INTERESTED in pop, rock and opera? Then, the popular musical duo called Zirenz have something which is just up your street.
Zirenz are Bex Hazard and Cat Llewelyn, two singers and musicians based in the heart of the Gwendraeth Valley.
They are already making an

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Nominations for the Elli Ward constituency in Llanelli

Posted By RobertLloyd58

There will be hotly-contested elections for the seats vacated by retiring councillor John Jenkins in the Elli Ward in Llanelli.
The elections will be for a single seat in the Town Council ward and a single seat in the ward for Carmarthenshire County Council.
The

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South Wales Evening Post column, February 9, 2024

Posted By RobertLloyd58

THE King himself would have been shocked at the number of words and newsprint used to pay tribute to a wonderful life.
The reality is that every word, every photo and video clip is deserved praise for one of our greatest fly-halves.
As a

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Latest On Song column – February 07

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IT’S hats off to the Llanelli-based Curtain Up Theatre Company this week as they have celebrated their latest fund-raising achievement.
Members of Curtain Up gathered to hand over a cheque for £2,000 to Ms Christine Darkin, coordinator of the Breakthro charity, based in Llanelli.
Breakthro

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South Wales Evening Post column, February 2, 2024

Posted By RobertLloyd58

IT’S a sad confession, but my schoolteachers will remember that I was never any good at maths.
Arithmetic was always agony, geometry was grim, algebra always left me anxious – and trigonometry was simply terrible!
The sum total of my mathematical misery is something

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