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  • Impressions not based in reality

    WEDNESDAY'S edition shows another artists impression of the proposed tidal lagoon. I applaud the concept, a great way to produce energy.However, has anyone...

  • Where is love for countryside?

    I SEE that Swansea Council are organising a Love Your Countryside Festival all around the Swansea area in September.Yet many of the people involved have...

  • What about the Welsh results?

    IT would seem generally to have been another good year for Welsh students and their examination results, albeit with a bit of a dip in English language...

  • Fracking campaign need to win support

    IT was most unfortunate that the anti-fracking demonstration caused so much inconvenience to road users (Post, August 19) and it is to be hoped that the lesson...

  • Club stalwart will be missed

    MAY I express my deep sadness at the death of W John Morris.I was proud and privileged to call him a friend. He served as secretary to Swansea Young Stroke Club...

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  • Don't extend station's life

    NOT only is David Cameron refusing to tell us the truth about fracking, now his government is lobbying Europe to allow Aberthaw Power Station in the Vale of...

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  • Could works be done at night?

    SO we notice that the misery created by the gas main replacement on Mumbles and Oystermouth Roads is to continue for another month or more. At its worst, the...

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  • Games are inspiration to us all

    A BIG well done to Swansea in presenting a fantastic IPC event for all to see. To see athletes from all over this internet driven world of ours enjoying each...

  • Thank you for act of honesty

    PLEASE may I say a big thank you to the person who returned my purse to the Toys'R'Us in Swansea store last Thursday, August 14.Unfortunately they did not leave...

  • Wardens doing their job well

    MUSIC to my ears ... the female driver of a vehicle parked on a double yellow, and on the pavement, was told by another passing motorist: "don't risk...

  • Great concert hit right note

    I JUST want to bring to your attention a wonderful concert that I attended last week at the Swansea University.It was the culmination of the International Brass...

  • Dog bite story annoyed me

    I WAS very distressed reading your story about a mother who is blaming dogs and their owner for biting her seven-year-old.I am the owner of two dogs, who love...

  • Dogs must be treated with proper respect

    REGARDING the article about Jayden Jones being bitten by a dog, I wish to express my annoyance at people who continue to view dogs as sweet little beings, with...

  • Why was food allowed to rot?

    LIKE the Lord Mayor, I attended a fete last Saturday and it was very representative of the various peoples who have made Swansea their home.The different foods...

  • Skaters lucky to avoid injury

    I AM very alarmed about an event which occurred near Murton Post Office, at about 4pm on Saturday, August 8. While driving along Manselfield Road, from Newton,...

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  • Transparency? That's a laugh!

    AT last me and my friends have had something to laugh about. We read David Phillips's column (fable) in Thursday's paper, where he said the manifesto was built...

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  • New scheme looks dated!

    WHY is it that Neath Port Talbot Council cannot get their planning of new buildings right?An artist's impression of one proposed scheme for Neath featured in...