Landra Whitehouse takes over from Mary Whitehouse
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A Camel in Tonna - Circus Mondao has arrived. Photo by Mike Davies
Look at what can be done with a mobile phone camera. Mike Davies tells the story of this photo in next week's Neath Guardian website.
Readers are invited to send any exciting photos taken on their mobile phones to the Editor of the website.
A Butterfly feature appears in the Neath Guardian's website.
The answers are given to the varieties shown last week.
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ALSO we have added a MEASLES button to our menu
BBC News report 30.4.13:-
Measles epidemic tops 1,000 cases.
The number of cases in the Swansea measles epidemic tops the 1,000 mark, but about 5,000 youngsters still need vaccinations, health officials say.
We give the facts and all you should know
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Neath residents want a cleaner town
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Do you know ...
This group has a litter picking squad that help to keep areas of Bryncoch tidy?
Can something similar be organised for Neath town centre?
Neath's most viewed discussion website
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Councillors unanswered questions
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Issues being discussed -
matters of concern in the NEWS
Mobile Police Station
Server error 404 explained
Litter in Neath
Chewing gum in taxi areas
Councillors get directory to aid with welfare cuts
Dr Who filming at Ivy Towers
Shock report at Neath rail station
Pharmacy shock at Waunceirch
Three councillors lead the way with their own websites
UFO activity over Neath - more information required
Who is the opposition party in Neath?
Councillors' new websites
Cllr Peter Rees answers critics
--- and critics answer back!
Put porn back on the top shelf
Dangers of the Internet
Discussion on FACE-LESS BOOK
Speed of traffic on school roads
Caewern House and its future
Plea to help PCSO
Heritage Scene looking after Neath's interests
The NEATH i website is back with some shocking photographs
tk means To Know
The website is designed to help the council to indentify eye-sore and black spots so that they can take action.
The website will be back on line next week and will be interactive with readers who are invited to send in photographs of what needs attention by the council in their area.
Last year this website was introduced as a trial and proved very successful. The items highlighted were attended to within one week after the council were notified by the Neath i - proving that once the council is made aware of a problem they will do something about it.
Take a trip on the canal barge
see new video with beautiful views
Neath's Discussion & Private Eye Website
Looking for Community Problems
PRINTS THE NEWS THAT NEWSPAPERS WON"T
2013 - a new beginning?
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