Category: Ceredigion

HGV fire near Holywell

FIREFIGHTERS have been called to a HGV fire near Holywell this morning.
A spokesman for North Wales Fire and Rescue Service said they received a call shortly before 7am confirming that a vehicle was on fire, just past junction 31 on the westbound carri…

Eddie Stobart launches new Port of Tilbury to Daventry rail freight service

Eddie Stobart Logistics (ESL) has today officially announced the launch of a new rail service from the Port of Tilbury to Daventry – the only rail operation from the port for inbound traffic – with a forecast capacity of 200 containers a week. The move…

Prince Philip 'adamantly against fuss' as fiercely independent royal gets new car

Prince Philip won’t have to wait for insurers to assess his damaged Land Rover – there’s another one waiting on the driveway at Sandringham.
And thanks to a clean bill of health by hospital doctors, the Duke of Edinburgh could soon be behind the wheel …

Firefighters respond to Wrexham HGV fire

FIREFIGHTERS were called out to a vehicle blaze in Wrexham.
North Wales Fire and Rescue Service received a call shortly before 8pm on Friday reporting a blaze involving a heavy goods vehicle in Abenbury Way.
One crew from Wrexham attended the scene but…

Wrexham HGV fire was accidental

A VEHICLE blaze in Wrexham was accidental, fire chiefs have concluded.
North Wales Fire and Rescue Service received a call shortly before 8pm on Friday reporting a blaze involving a heavy goods vehicle in Abenbury Way.
One crew from Wrexham attended th…

British family stranded at ski resort by 13ft wall of snow 'freed by lorries'

A British family became stranded on their ski resort by a 13ft high snow drift this week.
Anthony Gibbon, from Carmarthenshire, Wales, was on a family holiday in Ischgl, western Austria, when things took a turn for the worst.
Conditions in the area gre…

No Brexit now more likely than a no-deal departure

Published at 5:13pm 13th January 2019. (Updated at 11:05pm 13th January 2019)

The UK is now more likely to stay in the European Union than to leave without a deal, Theresa May will say in a speech.
Addressing workers at a factory in Stoke, where 69.4%…

Truck drivers express worries over no-deal Brexit

Irish hauliers are deeply concerned that a no-deal or hard Brexit will lead to unworkable delays at UK ports.They are already delivering huge quantities of non-perishable goods which are being stockpiled in both Ireland the UK amidst fears of Britain c…