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Beulah farm highlights vital role in economy

Huw Davies hosted the visit on his farm, Trefaes Fawr, Beulah Newcastle Emlyn (55377206)

THE role that farmers play in supporting rural businesses was highlighted at a special farm day on a Newcastle Emlyn farm.

4:48am Sunday 14 February 2016

Greece arrests armed Britons near Turkey border

Greek anti-terror police have been sent to Alexandroupolis following the arrest of two armed Britons near the border with Turkey

Two Britons suspected of carrying guns and ammunition have been arrested in Greece near its border with Turkey.

3:47am Sunday 14 February 2016

Oarless British rowers rescued after Atlantic capsize ordeal

The coastguard sent a mayday message to ships in the area

Four British rowers have been rescued after becoming stranded in the mid-Atlantic Ocean for more than 16 hours when their boat capsized, robbing them of their oars.

3:47am Sunday 14 February 2016

'Foreign Office fears' over Michael Fallon's Falklands visit

Michael Fallon will be the first defence secretary to visit the Falklands for more than 10 years

Michael Fallon is to become the first defence secretary to visit the Falkland Islands in more than a decade.

3:47am Sunday 14 February 2016

Brexit could raise terror threat and air fares - travel experts

Former Tui CEO Peter Long says co-operation with the EU is vital to protect tourists from terror attacks

Two top travel industry figures have warned that leaving the EU could risk tourists' safety and push up flight prices.

3:47am Sunday 14 February 2016

Roy Hodgson: Wayne Rooney an important player for England

Roy Hodgson, right, is pleased Wayne Rooney has rediscovered his goalscoring touch with Manchester United

England head coach Roy Hodgson believes captain Wayne Rooney will be "a player we need to depend upon" at this summer's European Championship in France.

12:40am Sunday 14 February 2016

Be my freezing Valentine - warm hearts and thick coats required

Walkers tackle the snow covered Pen y Fan mountain in the Brecon Beacons National Park, Wales

Large parts of the UK are facing a freezing cold Valentine's Day as snow, ice and sub-zero temperatures sweep the country.

12:25am Sunday 14 February 2016

Mother to start coastal walk around Britain to honour memory of late daughter, 5

Undated handout photo issued by Natalia Spencer of Elizabeth Spencer who died just before Christmas after a rare auto-immune disease sparked by a common virus caused her organs to shut down, Her mother Natalia is to embark on a year-long coastal walk in h

A grieving mother is to embark on a year-long coastal walk in memory of her daughter who suddenly died last year.

12:24am Sunday 14 February 2016

Driver held after cyclist dies following collision with lorry

The woman died at the scene following the collision involving an HGV in the village of Teynham, Kent

A lorry driver is being questioned by police following a fatal collision involving a cyclist in her 70s.

12:23am Sunday 14 February 2016

Fugitive paedophile David Chadwick surrenders to police

David Chadwick has surrendered to Suffolk Police in Lowestoft and will be returned to prison

An on-the-run paedophile has been arrested after handing himself into police.

12:23am Sunday 14 February 2016
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