Monthly Archives: November 2013

Saturday, 30th November, 2013.

All’s Quiet On The Western Front           Is it me?   Or is it that very little has happened in Wales these last few days. Very little, that is, apart from general nastiness:  murders, unprovoked attacks and the like.   It could … Continue reading

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Saturday, 23rd November, 2013.

A Request           If Wales’ NHS gets its way, BronglaisHospital in Aberystwyth will be downgraded to a cottage-hospital.   Many facilities will disappear and people living in its catchment area will have to travel all the way down to Swansea for … Continue reading

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Saturday, 16th November, 2013.

Wales – An International Land It’s pretty obvious that Wales – the people of Wales, that is – has a very independent attitude.   Whether it is recognised by Mother England or not, we are an emerging nation. Now our country is … Continue reading

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Saturday, 9th November, 2013.

Getting The Wind Up?      It cost 48K – forty-eight thousand pounds – of tax-payers’ money to put up a wind-turbine outside the Welsh Assembly Government’s offices in Aberystwyth.   The project was to bring electricity to the place, and thus … Continue reading

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Saturday, 2nd November, 2013.

Success At Last!      I had a message from a friend who lives in Mid-Wales last night.   He was aglow from a very successful journey he’d had. For the first time in his driving-life, he had passed through Newtown – … Continue reading

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