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  • Untitled

    Friday in the Odeon was the launch of a Jack to a King,I got to the cinema late and was seated in the wing,But what a film I watched, on the mighty Swansea...

  • Wrong priorities for spending

    TWO recent reports have highlighted a lack of financial commitment to the successful running of the NHS in Wales.Due to public pressure and a failure to meet...

  • Bring in more cash from tax

    HAVING lived in Sketty for more than 40 years I was really surprised to learn recently that the playground, bowling greens and tennis courts at Park View...

  • Thank-you for backing Rotary

    THE Rotary Club of Swansea held a collection at Tesco in Fforestfach on September 4, and we were very pleased with the total of £318 raised, which...

  • Hospital staff were excellent

    WE would like to say a very big thank you to the doctors, nursing staff, physiotherapists, domestic staff, office staff, cleaners and everyone connected to ward...

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  • 'Glammy' is just not cricket!

    MAY I through your column ask your sports reporter to refrain from referring to Glamorgan CCC as "Glammy".I have followed Glamorgan cricket for well...

  • This salute to D-Day should not be missed

    ON Saturday I went to see the D-Day model in St Mary's Church in Swansea for the second time.It is a truly amazing display. The detail is incredible. The more...

  • Will roadworks ever be over?

    ASSUMING that the amazing boulevard project in Swansea is eventually completed, I wonder how long it will be before one of the power companies comes along and...

  • Untitled by Carole Bullock

    August should be a monthOf lovely summer Sun,Not of dodging showers,That is not much fun.This year it is not goodWe're having too much rain,The wind is also...

  • Make travellers more welcome

    I AM writing regarding the French travellers who recently arrived at the Rec near St Helen's.I travel to France a lot, and most towns welcome caravanners, and ...

  • Thank you for the kind help

    BEING neither young or agile, I greatly appreciated the help of a passing couple in towing my broken-down vehicle to a safer place off Sketty Lane, Swansea, on...

  • Realities of wind power

    JOHN Childs (Post, August 25) accuses anti-wind energy campaigners of being detached from reality, but a quick look at www.gridwatch.templar.co.uk, the live...

  • Rule is a recipe for fly-tipping

    I LIVE on the Mynydd Bach y Glo common in Waunarlwydd, and since the council brought in their three black bags a fortnight policy, fly-tipping has become...