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Council: £487k parking cash was 'surplus' not profit

3:11pm Wednesday 23rd April 2014

South Wales Guardian: PARK STRIFE: Carmarthenshire county council has disputed that the £487,000 it made from parking charges last year was "profit".

Carmarthenshire county council has moved to counter official figures showing it generated almost half a million pounds profit from car parking charges last year.

Myrddyn all geared up to maintain cycle path

11:10am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

South Wales Guardian: SADDLING UP: Myrddyn Griffiths is pictured with his new bike.  He is joined by (from left) Cllr Susan McNicholas, Tom Addey, Powys County Council’s Area Regeneration Manager (South); Helen Davies, Sustrans; and Howard Williams, 1st Swansea Valley Sc

An YSTRADGYNLAIS man who has kept a cycle path between two communities in top condition has been presented with a bicycle for his efforts.

Ammanford firefighters go on all paws to rescue trapped corgi!

10:37am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

South Wales Guardian: RED ALERT: Ammanford firefighters dashed to the rescue of Princess the corgi.

AMMANFORD firefighters responded to one of their more unusual call outs on Sunday – to free a corgi trapped beneath a reclining chair!

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Ammanford knocked over and out in semi-final defeat

4:20pm Wednesday 23rd April 2014

South Wales Guardian: CLIMBING HIGH: Amman united returned to winning ways with a smart victory over previously unbeaten Trebanos.

Ammanford’s second string suffered a heavy defeat in the semi-final of the Llanelli and District Cup against Felinfoel.

Drovers falls to Quins in play-off race

2:14pm Monday 21st April 2014

South Wales Guardian: TOUCHING DISTANCE: Shaun Miles scores for Llandovery but it was not enough to secure the Drovers maximum points as they suffered defeat at the hands of Carmarthen Quins. Pic: Rileysportsphotography (Gwenno Davies)

The Quins went through to the Premiership play-offs after the narrowest of wins against their old and fierce Towy Valley.

Rano save secures draw for Ammanford

1:38pm Monday 21st April 2014

South Wales Guardian: FLYING FISHER: Ammanford’s Matthew Fisher rises to head against Chepstow Town in the 0-0 draw.Pic: SDD

Ammanford were held to a stalemate against Chepstow Town at the Recreational Ground as they gained another crucial point in their survival bid.

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