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Ospreys team to play Ulster

Posted By Robert Lloyd

The Ospreys team to play Ulster at the Morganstone Brewery Field on Friday 15th February 2019, KO 7.35pm, is as follows:

15 Dan Evans 14 Hanno Dirksen 13 Cory Allen 12 Tiaan Thomas-Wheeler 11 Luke Morgan 10 Sam Davies (Capt) 9

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A farewell from Hywel Dda Health Chair Mrs Bernardine Rees OBE

Posted By Robert Lloyd

Press release from the Hywel Dda University Health Board:

We would like to wish our Chair, Mrs Bernardine Rees OBE, well following her decision to retire from Hywel Dda University Health Board.Announcing her decision Mrs Rees said:“It is with the deepest

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£500,000 of proposals removed from draft Carmarthenshire budget

Posted By Robert Lloyd

Carmarthenshire County Council’s Executive Board have removed more than half a million pounds worth of proposed savings from the budget it has recommended to Full Council.

A number of proposals have been taken completely off the table, whilst others have been

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Carmarthenshire Council’s pride in announcing Diversity Champion status

Posted By Robert Lloyd

Carmarthenshire County Council is proud to announce its role as a Stonewall Cymru Diversity Champion, promoting inclusion and equality for its lesbian, gay, bisexual and transsexual (LGBT) staff and the community.

A previous top 20 employer on Stonewall Cymru’s Workplace Equality

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A Welsh rugby fan’s dream? Pitch up at a brewery to watch Wales in the 6 Nations!

Posted By Robert Lloyd

It’s something of a Dream Day for Welsh rugby fans . . . 

The chance to pitch up at a famous brewery, sample award-winning ales and ciders – and watch Wales play in the 6 Nations.

That’s the

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Executive Board expected to agree funding boost for schools in Carmarthenshire

Posted By Robert Lloyd

Carmarthenshire County Council’s Executive Board is expected to agree a boost to next year’s education budget.

Despite facing the prospect of making £27million efficiency savings over the next three years, and with reduced funding from the Welsh Government, an additional £2.6million

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