Monthly Archives: January 2014

Saturday, 25th January, 2014

The Smallest City In Wales      And probably the smallest in Britain. St. Davids was the destination of that very funny man, Mark Steele, this week.   His visits to various places in Britain are well worth a listen.   They’re on … Continue reading

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Saturday, 18th January, 2014.

The Real Value Of Our NHS      I was very moved to hear the story of a man in North Wales who died whilst waiting for an ambulance. He was in pain and had difficulty in breathing.   His wife immediately … Continue reading

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Saturday, 11th January, 2014.

Ecology vs. Economy      In the BrechfaForest area of Carmarthenshire, there is much local opposition to a wind-farm being sited there.   The anti-campaign has gone on for a very long time. If it happens, the turbines – “windmills” to you … Continue reading

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Saturday, 4th January, 2014.

Words of Wisdom      I can do no better this week than to quote from a report I read over the holidays.   Leader of Plaid Cymru seems to be looking in the right direction, and Wales is at the very … Continue reading

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