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  • Action needed on fossil fuels

    LAWRENCE Bailey, in his article of October 14, does not seem to fully understand all the arguments regarding withdrawal of investments from the fossil fuel...

  • Wind Farm will have big impact

    I WOULD like to respond to the letter (Monday October 13) from Chris Jackson, project manager, for RES UK and Ireland Ltd, who took issue with your paper's...

  • Where is our second visit from the WNO?

    HAVING much enjoyed Carmen at the Grand Theatre (wonderful singing, dramatic tension, atmospheric staging and about 95 per cent capacity audience) I am shocked ...

  • Don't wait for spending vote

    BRIAN Hughes is quite right about the Welsh Assembly prioritising spending and putting spending on the Welsh language at the bottom of such a list, because that...

  • Flying the flag with body art

    AFTER reading about the number of new tattoo parlours opening in the area (Post, October 15), I suggest that if the Welsh have an emblem put on to the British...

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  • Losing faith in the planners

    NEATH Port Talbot councillors appear to have lost faith in their planning department, refusing to accept the recommendation of officers in relation to two key...

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    Your letters to the editor on October 16

    STUDENT HOUSE RULES ARE UNFAIRIS it fair that owners of property that accommodates students in places such as Uplands and other similar areas around Swansea are...

  • We must tackle energy issues

    HAVING been worried for several years (23 in the case of the Oystermouth Square issue) about the attitude of the Nimbys in their response to attempts to...

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  • A question of democracy

    I FEEL it's my democratic duty to draw your readers' attention to the antics of the majority of Independent and Labour members at last week's meeting of...

  • Holidays are not a perk

    I WONDER why some job adverts, without naming the actual employer, boast four weeks paid holidays, bank holiday pay and a company pension scheme being...

  • Harbour Way is the way ahead

    SOME people are outraged that the partial closure of junction 41 on the M4 motorway has caused increased traffic in heavily populated areas of Port Talbot.Harbo...

  • We don't need any more AMs

    IN the next few months I believe we are going to get more and more calls from Welsh politicians to increase the number of AMs.The Welsh people should fight this...

  • Hard to escape misery of debt

    IT is always good to read about the growth of local credit unions and their work in helping people save, and their granting of small loans at a low rate....

  • Thanks for Sir Terry's new job

    THE Edwina Hart-inspired appointment of Sir Terry Matthews as chairman of the Swansea Bay City regional board is a masterful stroke of genius, appreciated by...

  • Happy ending to my search

    A SHORT while ago I wrote to you asking if you could trace an old childhood friend of mine, Prudence Jones.I am very pleased to say that I have received a...

  • Fed up of these danger drivers

    I AM delighted to see the police are launching a crackdown on mobile phone users in cars.Can I suggest they station an officer along Mumbles Road each morning...

  • Thanks for the pooches party

    I WOULD like to record my grateful thanks to Nigel Calcutt, owner of the Surfside Café at Langland Bay, for organising the fifth Dogs Beach Party...