Our reporter remembers one weekend of severe flooding in early June - and the lasting impact it has had on those it affected in Ceredigion.
Some parents in Ceredigion have contacted the Children's Commissioner claiming children are being punished for speaking English in school.
Dyfed Powys Police have announced they are to close seven of its front counters across Mid and West Wales.
- Aldi - Today special frozen lasagne.
- Aldi - Today special frozen spaghetti bolognese.
- Co-op - Beef burger quarter pounder.
- Findus - Beef lasagne 320g, 360g, 500g.
- Rangeland - Range of catering products.
- Tesco - Everyday value frozen burger.
- Tesco - Everyday value spaghetti bolognese.
The Food Standards Agency's director of communications Stephen Humphreys said he could "assure" the public that all seven had now been taken off the shelves.
No traces of horse DNA have been found in food providing by Vale of Glamorgan Council's catering service.
It follows tests on products available at schools, day centres, lunch clubs and care homes within the borough.
– Cllr Neil Moore, Leader of Vale of Glamorgan Council
We understand that residents may have concerns in light of the recent revelations that horse meat has been discovered in beef products in some outlets across the UK. Tests have been carried out to verify that meat products supplied by the council do not contain horse DNA. We can assure residents that our catering service is unaffected. We will continue to monitor this situation closely.
Whitbread, one of the UK's largest hospitality companies, has found horsemeat in two products - its beef lasagne and burgers.
The products were sold in Premier Inn, Brewers Fayre, Beefeater Grill and Table Table.
– Dyfed Powys Police
Dyfed Powys Police and the FSA will today begin interviewing the three men arrested on suspicion of offences under the fraud act.
The arrests follow a joint operation with the FSA at Farmbox Meats in Aberystwyth and the Peter Boddy Slaughterhouse in Todmorden, West Yorkshire.
Two men aged 64 and 42 were detained at Aberystwyth police station over night and a 63 year old man arrested in Yorkshire has today been transported to Aberystwyth.
Interviews with the three men are likely to continue through the day.
Meanwhile Dyfed Powys Police officers will maintain a presence at the site in Aberystwyth.
Two men are due to be questioned today as part of an investigation into a West Wales meat business.
The men, aged 64 and 42, were arrested at Farmbox Meats in Llandre on suspicion of offences under the Fraud Act. They are being detained at Aberystwyth Police Station.
A 63-year-old man was also arrested at Peter Boddy Slaughterhouse in West Yorkshire, the other plant where operations were suspended on Tuesday in an investigation by the Food Standards Agency.
Dyfed-Powys Police has confirmed three people are being held on suspicion of offences under the Fraud Act.
They are being detained at Aberystwyth Police Station, where they will be interviewed jointly by the police and the FSA.
Dyfed-Powys Police says two men have been arrested at the Ceredigion meat plant where operations were suspended on Tuesday in an investigation into 'horsemeat' being mis-sold as beef.
A 64-year-old man and a 42-year-old man have been arrested on suspicion of offences under the Fraud Act, at Farmbox Meats at Llandre, near Aberystwyth.
ITV Cymru Wales understands that one of the men is the owner of the plant, Dafydd Raw-Rees.
– Ceredigion County Council statement
Ceredigion County Council’s Commercial Services Team is assisting the Food Standards Agency with its investigation. Within the team are competent and highly experienced Trading Standards Officers who, if requested, can take formal samples of foodstuffs, assist with traceability issues and liaise with analytical laboratories for professional guidance.
The Team will work in partnership with the Agency and will act on available evidence in determining which premises, if any, should be targeted for sampling.
The number of parking tickets issued in Ceredigion has more than tripled since the local authority took over.
In the last six months 4,653 tickets have been handed out by Ceredigion County Council traffic wardens, compared to 1,367 when the police were in charge of prosecuting motorists.
It means more than £135,000 has been paid in fines.
There were chaotic scenes particularly in Aberystwyth when the town was left without traffic wardens because of a delay in the county council taking over the running of parking enforcement.
Ceredigion County Council now employs six permanent and two temporary civil parking enforcement officers. The authority says the wardens have helped improved the flow of traffic as well as the availability of loading and disabled bays.
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