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Grandmother contracted meothelioma through washing husbands clothes

Grandmother's asbestos death caused by washing husband's clothes

The streets were light thanks to the lantern parade. PICTURE Martin Cavaney Photography  (47912478)

Town celebrates switching on of Christmas lights

Father Christmas and the mayor of Tenby, Councillor Paul Rapi, received a warm welcome in the town despite Saturday's bad weather. PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography (47959095)

Emergency services help Father Christmas

The Kilgetty Co-op’s fundraising team present the store’s £500 donation to Stepaside CP School head teacher, Paul Harries. (47957549)

Stepaside school supermarket boost

Pembroke Dock Mayor Peter Kraus is pictured with Sam Brown, who created the hand-turned bowl which will be auctioned for charity. Picture: Martin Cavaney. (47961546)

Mayor 'bowled over' by generous donation

Hywel Dda health board chairman Bernardine Rees with new junior doctors Azhar Hussain and Yan Lynn Htoo, and chief executive Steve Moore. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (47959988)

Withybush welcomes new international doctors

A family enjoys the great outdoors at Scolton Manor.. (47958601)

Possible Scolton purchase to go to scrutiny

The Register Office is one of the departments to have relocated to Cherry Grove, Haverfordwest. Pictured are Superintendent Registrar Barbara Eynon (left) and her deputy, Sue Warrington.

More info needed on Cherry Grove strategy

Amelia McCann, Persimmon's community & social engagement manager, is pictured handing over the money to Headteacher Andy Williams.  (47866281)

Cash boost to help vandal-struck school

Hospital bed bet wins woman £40,000 on her 60th birthday

Hospital bed bet wins woman £40,000 on her 60th birthday

Flying Doctors give life saving treatment to 32 Pembrokeshire people

Flying Doctors give life saving treatment to 32 Pembrokeshire people

Rachel and Mollypops. (47846411)

Heroic dog helps owner live life to the full

The tree has caused damage to graves. PICTURE: Martin Cavaney Photography.

Graves at Military Cemetery damaged as huge tree falls in strong winds

Neyland Ladies Choir are pictured in the County Hall foyer with Cllr Evans, his consort Mrs Gwyneth Johns; Vice Chairman, Tony Brinsden and Mrs Brinsden and Councillor Hancock (far right). (47699326)

Neyland Ladies Choir praised at council chairman's reception

Police in Charles Street, Milford Haven.

Four arrested after police drugs operation


SELECTED: The 16-man pembrokeshire squad has been finalised for the opening Inter-league gamne.

Pembrokeshire football squad selected

STAR PANEL: (Left to right) Leon Britton, Huw Cooze, Huw Jenkins, and Lee Trundle before the forum.

Fans Hooked by Swansea City forum in Pembrokeshire

HEAD BANGER: Rob Evans missed the Racing Metro clash with concussion.

Concussion keeps Rob out of Racing clash

TROPHY TIME: Kelly celebrates  in Telford.

Kelly races to national success

HOME PRIDE: The Welsh starting XI, with Pembrokeshire's Angharad James (front row, far left) before kick off against Kazakhstan.

Ward inspires Wales to a second half rout on the Meadow

INSPIRED: Ian Gough at Milford Haven School, with pupils, PE teacher Jamie Lonergan (far left) and WRU Hub Officer Stephen Martin (far right).

Gough pushes Milford students to 'aim for excellence'

QUICKFIRE TRIP: Round in action in Bulgaria.

Fighting talk from Round as he reveals future plans

SAD LOSS: Les Thomas.

Monkton mourn the loss of Les

Wales Women play on the Conygar Bridge Meadow

Pembrokeshire women relishing prospect of playing for Wales on Bridge Meadow

Haverfordwest County's Nicky Palmer looks to nick possession at Llandudno on Saturday.

Spirited display as Bluebirds lose out

HEAD BANGER: Rob Evans took a knock to the head in Northampton.

Rob urges fans to the Parc for Racing clash

Angharad James in action for Wales against France on the Bridge Meadow. PICTURE: Western Telegraph.

Women from Pembrokeshire picked for Wales

ONCE IN A LIFETIME: Jonah Lomu battles with South Africa's James Small in the 1995 Rugby World Cup Final. PICTURE: Jones/PA Wire.

Legend Lomu was a 'once in a lifetime' player

Merlins Bridge ABC coaches Graham Brockway (left), Mark Jenkins (right) with Welsh ABA Novice boxing finalists Cameron Burrows and Ed Woollard. PICTURE: Western Telegraph. (45186600)

Woollard wins his first Welsh boxing title

National Sport

Tyson Fury would rather fight his cousin than David Haye

Tyson Fury is prepared to fight his cousin rather than David Haye

Alexis Sanchez, right, is one of 10 Arsenal players currently out injured

Leading physiotherapist says Arsenal injuries could be down to tactical approach

Branislav Ivanovic believes Diego Costa, pictured, will react to his omission from the team in a positive way

Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic says team must come first after Diego Costa row

Barcelona's Lionel Messi has been shortlisted for the 2015 FIFA Ballon d'Or award

Messi, Neymar and Cristiano Ronaldo on Ballon d'Or shortlist

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