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  • We all need a living wage

    ALTHOUGH I have sympathy for any Neath/Port Talbot council workers who are asking for a £1 an hour rise in their wages if they are on the minimum wage...

  • Thanks to store for helping us

    I WOULD like to send a big thank you to the manager and staff of the Tesco Llansamlet Store, for accommodating us, to everyone who was kind enough to contribute...

  • Were conditions on other parks?

    I HAVE read the article about the Parc Tawe developement (Post, Aug 28). The council planning state that it should not have a detrimental effect on the city...

  • Proposed cuts need to be challenged

    DAVID Phillips has resigned from the position of Labour group and council leader.Socialist Party members in Swansea don't know what personal or other circumstan...

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    More staff and shorter queues please!

    NOT for the first time, I am greeted with a queue — and a depressingly long one at that. But then it is lunchtime, and given the location of Lloyds Bank...

  • Welsh speakers choose English

    WITH regard to the recent issue of funding by the Welsh Assembly to develop the Welsh language.It seems to me that those people who consider their first...

  • Methane gas is still a fossil fuel

    COUNCILLOR Ioan Richard is mistaken when he says that fracking is not used for coal bed methane extraction (Post, August 22).There is ample evidence of the use...

  • Give all of UK a say on Scotland

    THE Scottish Independence debate has opened many wounds.Already there are calls for Welsh independence, parliaments or assemblies for the North of England and...

  • Don't take lifesavers for granted

    I HAVE enormous admiration and gratitude for the way the rescue teams sprang into action to rescue an injured swimmer at Rotherslade in the late afternoon of...

  • Any memories of the Stones?

    IT'S 50 years ago this year since the Rolling Stones played two shows at the Sophia Gardens, Cardiff as part of their 1964 UK tour.I'm compiling a people's...

  • Bright idea is so off-putting

    GOSH! A seat in the front row at the Liberty Stadium to watch the Swans. What a treat! NO, not if you are one of the unfortunate fans sitting in Row A in the...

  • Leaving a poor first impression

    I SEE that the end of the IPC Games in Swansea has brought with it a rash of discarded 'parking' signs on our highways.What is it with this city?If it isn't...

  • Don't forget High Street

    I'VE probably written about this until I'm blue in the face. I agree it's great to see artist's impressions of how Parc Tawe and Salubrious Palace could look...

  • Warnings of cuts there for all to see

    IN his column last week (Post, August 21), councillor David Phillips stated that when he became leader in 2012 he did not know that he would have to make budget...

  • Games great for our city

    WELL done, Swansea for hosting the IPC games at the university grounds. It was a wonderful display of superb athletics by superb athletes.I attended all five...

  • Fall help was so appreciated

    I WOULD like to say thank you to all the people who helped me after a fall in Oxford Street on Monday, August 4. Their kindness was much appreciated, ladies and...

  • Report warns of gas worry

    AS someone brought up in Cimla I was very interested to read your report headed ''Site visit for pre-fracking application'' (Post, August 20) concerning...