Monthly Archives: January 2016

Saturday, 30th January, 2016.

Just Thinking . . .      . . . if it might be better if I changed the way I publish my weekly comments about Wales and its news.      I’ve been told it’s easier to access Facebook pages, and … Continue reading

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Saturday, 23rd January, 2016.

Jobs And Our Communities      Seven-hundred-and-fifty workers are losing their jobs at Tara’s steelworks.   That means seven-hundred-and-fifty homes will be under severe stress, both financial and personal.      I’ve heard many comments from the workers and their families.   A major … Continue reading

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Saturday, 16th January, 2016.

Our Biggest Industry      That’s tourism, of course.   We have so many lovely and interesting places in our land that it’s a pleasure for our visitors to have a browse.      Alas, though, visitors from Mother England decreased greatly in … Continue reading

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Saturday, 9th January, 2016.

Wet, Wet, Wet      I heard that Charles Saxe-Coberg-Goethe-Battenburg visited the North of England sometime during the last few weeks, to view the terrible flood-damage which that area has been suffering.   (He is often referred to as “The Prince of … Continue reading

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Saturday, 2nd January, 2016

A Surprise Christmas Gift!      Ynyslas beach, North of Aberystwyth, provided a special sight for visitors over the Festive Season.   A Minke whale’s body was found there, washed up by the strong seas.      Lots of local folk went along … Continue reading

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