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  • Staff have been so supportive

    I AM writing to send my greatest thanks to all the staff at Morriston and Singleton Hospitals for the great care I have received while being diagnosed with...

  • Library can help Kingsway

    I FULLY support the suggestion made earlier this week that the library should be moved to the old Oceana nightclub if the Civic Centre is to be sold.Hopefully...

  • Stuck on a road to nowhere?

    I CAN well understand the frustration felt buy Mrs Jones ("Boulevard is on the wrong track", Post, December 11).I have been caught twice driving down...

  • Thank you to our volunteers

    AS 2014 draws to a close I'd like to take some time to thank all 1,900 volunteers who generously give so much time to Tenovus Cancer Care across Wales.Tenovus...

  • Overflowing bins not town's fault

    MAY I refer to the article "Scare over dumped needles find" (Post, December 8). As a regular customer of this Tesco store, may I point out that this...

  • Simple solutions not good enough

    I ABSOLUTELY agree with previous letter from Colin Johns regarding Ukip leader Nigel Farage, who appears to be offering very simplistic solutions to very...

  • Costly U-turn on exam body

    WALES had an independent exams regulator, namely Awdurdod Cymwysterau, Cwricwlwm ac Assesu Cymru (ACCAC)/Qualifications Curriculum and Assessment Authority for...

  • Think again on devolution

    JULIAN Ruck joins a disgruntled band of anti-Welsh enthusiasts in his column in the Post.When stating "Devolution isn't working" he refers only to his...

  • Not tackling the real issues

    I HAVE just received a leaflet from Byron Davies the prospective Conservative candidate for Gower at the election next year. His agenda for Gower and Mumbles...

  • Charity is here to help everyone

    THE Stuart Taylor telling it like it is… column (Post, December 6) inaccurately referred to the British Red Cross as a Christian organisation. The Red...

  • Morriston Comprehensive School

    MORRISTON Comprehensive School is rapidly nearing the completion of a £22 million rebuild with phase two of the project likely to be handed over for full...

  • Bryngwyn School

    THERE were celebrations all round last month when Bryngwyn School scored a hat-trick of awards in the Young Business Dragons 2014 Final. We were delighted when...

  • Coedcae

    Wear the White Ribbon: An enthusiastic group of Year 8 girls got together with their Pupil Support Leader, Mrs Crane and Joyce Watson, Assembly Member, and led...

  • Remember real festive message

    YOUR newspaper (December 4) carried a picture story about three Neath Round Tablers dressed up as the Magi, who have been trekking to Bethlehem in Carmarthensh...

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  • What about the archive service?

    REGARDING the sale of the Civic Centre in Swansea, while I am sure that another venue may be found for the library and the offices, I have yet to see any...