According to new research personal hygiene is more important to the people of Wales than Ireland, Scotland or EnglandRead the full story ›
A petition in support of legalising cannabis, started by a student from Aberystwyth, now has enough signatures for a Parliamentary debate.Read the full story ›
Kathleen Howe was told for two years that she was suffering from a swimming infection and given drops to treat it. She died of cancer.Read the full story ›
This Sunday marks 100 days to go until the change to the organ donation law in Wales is launched. Alan and Teresa Wilkin share their story.Read the full story ›
Aberystwyth's Cycle Festival got underway last night. The week long event will include a professional race through the town which is expected to attract thousands of spectators.
The festival is also proving to be quite a money spinner for the area.
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A number of new train services will begin in Mid Wales today in reaction to demand from passengers.Read the full story ›
Two teenagers were winched to safety by an RAF rescue helicopter last night after getting cut off by the tide then stuck on a cliff at Aberystwyth.
Lifeboats from the town and Borth also went to the scene.
The Sea King crew from Valley in Anglesey left the lads with coastguards.
A man has been airlifted to hospital after falling from cliffs at Aberystwyth.
Two RNLI lifeboats were deployed and on finding the casualty, started giving first aid.
The man sustained head injuries, which have been described by the coastguard as "severe".
A helicopter from RAF Valley then airlifted the 24-year-old, taking him to Morriston Hospital in Swansea.
Eleven dogs trapped in a gorge were saved by a mountain rescue team who braved atrocious weather to reach them.Read the full story ›
Aberystwyth promenade's iconic Bath Rock shelter has officially re-opened after months of restoration work.
The seafront was badly damaged by storms in January.
But thanks to the help of four specially skilled carpenters the 90-year-old building is once again open to the public - with the restoration using as much of the original timber as possible.