Category: Aberdare

Gunn JCB ‘shoots for the three-pointed stars’ after turning to Rossetts for Mercedes-Benz Sprinter fleet

As one of the oldest members of the construction and industrial machinery leader’s franchised dealer network, Gunn JCB knows all about the importance of fast, efficient customer back-up – which explains why it is now running its first Mercedes-Benz van…

Community battles to stop factory increasing production to one million chickens a week

Residents are battling a poultry plant’s bid to process one million chickens a week.
Maelor Foods in Wrexham wants to increase production from its current 400,000 a week, despite locals’ concerns the rural area won’t be able to take it.
Concerns includ…

FA declines to comment on lack of VAR use in all cup quarter-finals

The Football Association is refusing to admit it was wrong not to use VAR in all of the weekend’s FA Cup quarter-finals.
Swansea’s Liberty Stadium became the first ground to trial the system for the Premier League in 2017, and it was the South Wales ve…

Water sports fan rides jet-ski on Britain's flooded roads

Water sports fan makes the most of Britain’s flooded roads by taking his JET-SKI out for a spin – as nearly a month’s rain falls in 24 hours with 30 flood warnings put in place across the UK
A delighted water sports fan took t…

'A waste of money': Dublin port reluctantly prepares for Brexit

Ireland

Docks’ boss laments need for new infrastructure but says it can cope even under no deal

Check booths for trucks under construction at Dublin port.
Photograph: RollingNews/Rex/Shutterstock

Dublin port is…

Man demands tougher sentences after sister mown down by truck with killer on board

A grieving brother is ­demanding tougher ­sentences after his sister was mown down by a stolen truck with a killer on board.
Wayne Carroll was one of four men convicted of causing death by ­dangerous driving after mum-of-two Jacqueline Wileman, 58, was…

Woman says racism in Bath is returning to levels of the 1970s

Racism in Bath is rife, according to a woman of mixed heritage whose family has lived in the city for generations.
Mum-of-two Clare says the perception that Bath is a safe town masks the abuse that is happening on a regular basis.
She said: “It’s every…

Sporting legend to speak at FTA Northern Ireland logistics lunch

on Mar 14, 19 • by John Loughran • with No Comments
Dine with the logistics industry’s finest and celebrate another successful year for the sector by attending FTA’s Northern Ireland Logistics Lunch, to be held at the Merchant Hotel in Belfast on 10 M…