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Former journalist launches poetry collection

PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography.

Gareth and team smash 1,000 mile charity pedal challenge

Sea Trust conservationists spatted this "gunk" spilling out of Pembroke Power Station and said there was an acrid smell in the area. PIC: Sea Trust

Power station "gunk" concerns conservationists

A woman was rescued after falling near St Govans. PICTURE: Rebecca James

Helicopter rescue after woman falls near St Govan's

Visitors enjoyed watching the sheep shearing demonstration. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (37081048)

30th Anniversary for Camrose Vintage Working Day

The Black Diamond boat, arriving at the Quayside in Haverfordwest on Sunday. PICTURE: The Lab (37067190)

On the crest of a rave

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Cheers! Sheonagh Blackadder, Tiffany Haynes and Jon Godwin. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (37064382)

Ninth annual beer festival is as hop-ular as ever

Freddie Flintoff bowled over visitors in Pendine, including James Webb, when he called in with his mobile chip van.

Former England cricket captain fries into Pendine

Mercury Prize nominees Polar Bear built up intricately layered and witty soundscapes of ambient jazz, inspired by love and the desert.  
PIC: Western Telegraph (37048031)

Fishguard thrills to jumping jazz festival

Captain Trevor Bailey is welcomed into port by Fishguard and Goodwick Mayor, Cllr Richard Grosvenor and Mayoress Chris Grosvenor.PICTURE: Johnny Morris

Fishguard welcomes final cruise ship of the season

Mayor Councillor Sue Murray and Sheriff Councillor Chris Thomas, pictured at the Haverfordwest Farmers Market. PICTURE: Western Telegraph (37043014)

Mayor's Market meet and greet

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Poppy Armstrong came second in the under 10s fancy dress competition. PIC: Johnny Morris. (37037475)

PICTURE GALLERY: Pandas, pirates and panto dames make carnival a day to remember

Lesley leaps from the plane with her instructor.

Lesley takes a leap of faith

Inside the fort on St Catherine's Island, where Escape from Alcatraz will be screened next week.
PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography (36920524)

Escape to Tenby's own Alcatraz for cinema spectacular

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WINNING FLOAT: The St Davids WI.

Perfect day for the Peninsula Carnival

Lamphey Bishop's Palace will be opening its doors on September 26 and September 27.

Open the doors to Pembrokeshire's hidden gems

Nicki Meharg has joined NARC to protect Pembrokeshire's marine environment.

Neptune’s Army welcomes new volunteer

Pass Plus Cymru draw winner, Hanako Lander, is pictured with Pembrokeshire County Council's road safety officer, Kirstie Donoghue, and deputy leader, Councillor Keith Lewis. (36394471)

Cash prize for young motorist

The death of Huw Owen Jones was recorded as accidental by Pembrokeshire Coroner Mark Layton, at an inquest held at Milford Haven Town Hall last thursday, August 27. (36872663)

Former senior legal officer's death was accident, Coroner rules

Treleddyd Fawr Cottage opens from Friday 4 September. Guests can book to stay at the rural retreat via www.nationaltrustholidays.org.uk

Traditional Pembrokeshire cottage restored to former glory

Pembroke Dock’s volunteer street cleaners, including Mayor Peter Kraus, are pictured outside the town’s ASDA store. Cllr Kraus is hoping more volunteers will become involved in the monthly clean-ups. (36790450)

Pembroke Dock mayor's street clean plea

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The Sunderland Trust group is pictured with museum guide Darren Priday in the conservation centre at Cosford. PIC: Sunderland Trust (36680921)

RAF visit for Sunderland volunteers

RNLI Angle lifeboatmen Adam Seaton, Alun Watkins and Danny Richards are pictured in front of the station's lifeboats, with Valero refinery in the background.
PICTURE: RNLI Angle.
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Valero's generous fuel donation to keep RNLI sailing

Police at the scene at Pembroke Mill Pond. PICTURE: Martin Cavaney.

Pembroke Mill Pond death was accident, Coroner rules

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The strawberry tea raised more than £700 for Wintern Day Centre.PICTURE: Johnny Morris

Fishguard day centre enjoys fruitful fundraiser

The case was heard at Swansea Crown Court.

Milford Haven man jailed for kicking assault victim to the face

Templeton man admits trying to meet underage girls for sex

Templeton man admits trying to meet underage girls for sex

The gold Hundleton ring, left, and the silver Haverfordwest ring were both declared treasure by HM Coroner Mark Layton last Thursday. (36797105)

Pembrokeshire ring finds declared treasure

Fascinating Welsh colony stories to be unearthed at festival

Pictured are, left: prize-winners Lacey Sharp and Kayleigh Diego, who both attend The Tanyard Youth Project and Greenlinks. Right: The first prize-winning anti-bullying poster. (36385530)

Youth groups tackle the issue of bullying

A proud occasion for Narberth as the town's new £290,000 fire appliance is dedicated.
 
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Narberth's new £290,000 fire appliance is dedicated

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The winning float at St Davids Carnival last year.PICTURE: Western Telegraph.

Double dose of carnival fun

The Old Pennar School site, at Pembroke Dock’s Treowen Road, is to be demolished to build 15 homes despite local concerns.  (36659181)

Contentious school demolition plans get go-ahead

Jerome Flynn as Bronn in Game of Thrones.

Game of Thrones goodies for grabs as Mathry hosts charity's Big Night Out

Joanne Collins (centre) will be saying goodbye to her staff (pictured) and loyal customers after 25 years. PICTURE; Milford Mercury (36690551)

Town says good-buy to trader after 25 years

The 14th Signal regiment is staying in Pembrokeshire for the time being.

14th Signal Regiment to stay in Pembrokeshire as Cawdor Barracks closure is shelved

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Rescue helicopter 169 airlifted the 11 year-old boy to Solva football field, where they were met by a land ambulance.PICTURE: St Davids Coastguard.

Young boy airlifted to safety after falling from bridge

Poundstretcher in Haverfordwest fined £7,000 over mouse infestation

Poundstretcher in Haverfordwest fined £7,000 over mouse infestation

Calum Walton, Oliver Jones and Sarah Jenkins go head to head in the solo kayak 15-17 years race.PICTURE: Western Telegraph (36688278)

PICTURE GALLERY: Youngsters make a big splash at Solva regatta

PCSO Lyndon Brown and Lee Eva of Pembrokeshire Housing Association visited tenants, to see what could be done to help them. (36664898)

Drugs seized as part of police 'day of action'

Pictured are Dani O’Connor, Damian Golden and the group of children and parents from Fishguard and Goodwick, with Barbara Priest at Templeton play area.

Youngsters given the chance to choose their own play equipment

Paddle-boarders and kayakers rescued from Broad Haven

Lance Corporal Matt Davies.

Tenby soldier's pride at keeping crucial Apache attack helicopters flying

The Old Pennar School site, at Pembroke Dock’s Treowen Road, is to be demolished to build 15 homes despite local concerns.  (36659181)

Contentious school demolition plans get go-ahead

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First & Last Rock 'n Rollers' hospital donation

Volunteers at Pembroke's Tenovus Cancer Care shop have recently celebrated the Main Street shop's 21st birthday, raising £200 for the charity on the day. (36537119)

Milestone birthday for Pembroke Tenovus branch

Keep your eyes peeled for unusual pigeons roosting in Haverfordwest. PICTURE: (S) (36198004)

Have pigeons taken your fancy?

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Horses at Pembrokeshire County Show 2015. PICTURE: Western Telegraph

PICTURE GALLERY: Pembrokeshire County Show 2015

Young Firefighter Rhys Coker is pictured with Owen Richardson. Pic: Martin Cavaney. (36532955)

Rain fails to dampen spirits at two day fire service event

Revellers enjoying last year's festival. PICTURE: Milford Mercury

Ninth annual Haverfordwest Beer and Cider festival this weekend

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