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For years the painting of the unknown soldier hung in Carmarthen County Museum in Wales but no one knew his name or if he survived the horror of the trenches. It remained a mystery until an amateur historian posted a picture of the painting on the
New probe over Pembrokeshire council unlawful payments Bryn Parry Jones has been previously urged to resign A new police investigation has been launched into unlawful pension salary supplements paid to the chief executive of Pembrokeshire council.
Rather than making bin collections fortnightly, they should have recycling collections weekly! I end up putting excess recyclables in the regular bins as living in a house with 4 housemates, fortnightly recycling collections result in us having way
Crown Prosecution/PA Day was just breaking as the seven miners walked, laughing and joking, into the darkness of Gleision colliery on 15 September 2011. It was going to be a big day in the pit, a cramped, century-old drift mine in the Swansea valley.
Girl dies in Carmarthen fire a year after brother's cot death Floral tributes at the house in Bryn Gorwel A toddler died following a house fire a year to the day after her six-month-old brother died from suspected cot death. The girl called Angel,
Toddler, 3, dies in house fire a year after her baby brother died suddenly from suspected cot death Published: 07:13 EST, 18 June 2014 Updated: 07:52 EST, 18 June 2014 13 View comments A three-year-old girl has died in a house fire exactly a year ago
Woman 'stole money from charity set up in memory of her bridesmaid friend who died in a car crash while driving to visit bride-to-be' Laura Rees died aged 23 in 2012 after a head-on car crash in South Wales Natalie Thomas, 25, helped set up fund for
Your email has been successfully sent. "The strangest town in Wales is what the poet Dylan Thomas dubbed Laugharne, the place he made his home in the four years before his death in 1953. And it was the people of this Carmarthenshire town, with its
Carole Denby, 63, was walking with her husband in Carmarthen, Wales, when she slipped and broke her left ankle in 2006...Freelance journalist Carole Denby, 63, took her own life after suffering eight years of pain due to a broken ankle Mr Denby says
Mark Drakeford to meet Withybush Hospital baby unit plan opponents About 1,000 protesters have marched against the plans Campaigners opposed to centralising specialist care for babies born in west Wales are due to meet Health Minister Mark Drakeford.