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  • Pupils learn about carbon dioxide dangers

    PRIMARY school pupils in Llandissilio are helping to spread a life-saving message ‘say no to CO’. read more

  • Man who died in Haverfordwest town centre footbridge fall 'had intended to take his own life'

    A MAN who fell to his death from a Haverfordwest footbridge had intended to take his own life. read more

  • Popular broadcaster to hold museum talk

    The next talk in Tenby Museum and Art Gallery’s series of annual lectures is by television and radio presenter Jamie Owen. He is a native of Pembrokeshire and the president of the museum, in which capacity he has visited many times and opened several art exhibitions. read more

  • Dean's memory lives on with charity donation

    THE CRUCIAL crew section of the Wales Ambulance Trust has been given a £500 boost thanks to a generous donation from the Dean Bevzy Evans Charity. read more

  • Flowers in full bloom at church festival

    ST JOHN the Evangelist Church, Pembroke Dock hosted a blooming successful Flower Festival last week in support of the town’s bicentenary celebrations. read more

  • Gordon steps up to the plate as new central ward town councillor

    PEMBROKE Dock Town Council has a new recruit. read more

  • Tourist fined for hurling late night abuse at police

    A HOLIDAYMAKER shouted and swore at police in Tenby and claimed he was an officer himself, Haverfordwest magistrates court heard last week. read more

  • Knifeman who threatened to stab himself on ex-girlfriend's doorstep is jailed

    A Prendergast man who turned up at his former girlfriend’s home armed with a knife has been jailed for four months today (Thursday). read more

  • Scott's family thank 'the whole town'

    FOR 33 years a Pennar family have lovingly cared for one of their own who has cerebral palsy. read more

  • Wales National Parks merger mooted

    PEMBROKESHIRE Coast National Park could be merged with Snowdonia and the Brecon Beacons as part of a Wales-wide review. read more

  • K WILLIAMS

    Mr. Kenneth John Williams Milford Haven The death occurred peacefully at Withybush Hospital, Haverfordwest on Friday 18th July 2014 of Mr. Kenneth John Williams, aged 84 years, of Woodbine Way, Milford Haven. Much loved, he will be sadly missed by his family and friends. The funeral service will take place on Thursday 24th July 2014 at 2.00pm at Hamilton Court Funeral Home, Milford Haven followed by interment at Milford Haven Cemetery. Family flowers only, donations if desired for The British Heart Foundation, Customer Service Centre, Lyndon Place, 2096 Coventry Road, Sheldon, Birmingham, B26 3YU. All enquiries to Tom Newing & Sons Ltd, Milford Haven. Tel: 01646 693180. read more

  • M ORCHARD

    Mrs. Margaret Mary Orchard Milford Haven The death occurred peacefully at Rostley Care Home, Milford Haven on Thursday 17th July 2014 of Mrs. Margaret Mary Orchard, aged 92 years, formerly of Harbour Way, Milford Haven. Much loved, she will be sadly missed by her family and friends. The funeral service will take place on Friday 25th July 2014 at 10.15am at Hamilton Court Funeral Home, Milford Haven followed by cremation at Parc Gwyn Crematorium, Narberth at 11.30am. Family flowers only. All enquiries to Tom Newing & Sons Ltd, Milford Haven. Tel: 01646 693180 read more

  • A MORGANS

    Mr. Alan Edward Morgans Neyland The death occurred suddenly but peacefully at his home on Sunday 20th July of Mr. Alan Edward Morgans, aged 86 years, of St. Clements Road, Neyland. Much loved, he will be sadly missed by his family and friends. The funeral service will take place on Monday 28th July 2014 at 10.15am at St. Clements Church, Neyland followed by cremation at Parc Gwyn Crematorium, Narberth at 11.30am. Family flowers only, donations if desired for The RNLI (Hakin Point Branch) may be sent to Mr. John Haughey, 12 Hayston Avenue, Hakin, Milford Haven. All enquiries to Tom Newing & Sons Ltd, Milford Haven. Tel: 01646 693180. read more

  • Whistleblower: County Council's child safeguarding procedures must not be allowed to slip Western Telegraph:

    CHILD safeguarding procedures must not be allowed to slip back ‘into old ways’ says the woman who warned of the inappropriate behaviour of a former County Council youth worker later convicted of child sex offences. read more

  • Bluebirds lose out to quality City outfit

    Haverfordwest County 0 read more

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