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For sale for a million or more, Tenby's Fourcroft Hotel has an enviable clifftop position above the North Beach.

Got a spare £1m? Top Tenby hotel goes on the market

The Princes Trust team, left to right: Chloe Tysoe, Reece Ford, Billy Ymanee and Damian Harding. 
PICTURE: Western Telegraph  (55686613)

Princes Trust youngsters build strong foundation for the future

Various Haverfordwest postcodes have been affected by this afternoon's power cut.

Power cuts affecting 80 homes in Haverfordwest area

Keith  Bowen visits the grave of Evan Salmon of Narberth on Sunday, 100 years to the day he died.

Poignant visit to mark deaths of Pembrokeshire brothers killed in the Somme, 100 years ago

Refinery Public Affairs Manager Stephen Thornton is pictured presenting a cheque for £1,000 to Pembroke 21C Project Manager Tracey Whistance at the Greenhill Farm project. (55563641)

Refinery funding boost for Angle peninsula wildlife project

The Port of Milford Haven's new director of operations and commercial, Natalie Britton. (55518185)

New director will help shape Port's future

A meeting will take place this evening to try and secure the future of Tenby's threatened Avenue Centre

Meeting on future of threatened Avenue Centre

An inspection by HM Inspectorate of Constabulary has found Dyfed-Powys Police has found the force requires improvement in two out of three areas assessed.

Police "requires improvement" in developing ethical culture

Peter Hancock receives the model of Isabella from David James at the museums morning, held at Pembroke Town Hall.  (55608814)

Pembroke Town Hall museum morning a success

An artist impression of the new £10.9 million extension in Ysgol Bro Gwaun.

Ysgol Bro Gwaun's £10.9 million extension plan submitted

There are plans to move Hakin Post Office. (55656330)

Have your say on Hakin Post Office plans

Can you help breathe new life into Neyland's Brunel Festival. PICTURE: Milford Mercury

Brunel needs you! Neyland festival needs new members

Police seal off lane in Houghton

UPDATED: Police confirm woman's body found in pond

Farmers set to lose £660,000 from collapse of Pembrokeshire meat company (Library picture).

Farmers set to lose £660,000 from collapse of Pembrokeshire meat company

Dennis Stolliday, who is retiring from Neyland Town Council, with mayor Margaret Brace. (55606010)

Neyland town councillor steps down after more than 20 years

Youngsters line up at the start for the St Davids Pancake Day race.  (55615468)

Flipping good fun at city's pancake race

Three cars were invloved in a crash on Freemans Way late on Tuesday evening.  (55521935)

One man taken to hospital after three car crash in Haverfordwest

David John Hanford has been jailed for 26 weeks.

Con man who targeted the elderly is jailed

The Port of Milford Haven has successfully prosecuted the skipper of a fishing boat. PICTURE: Western Telegraph

Fishing boat captain admitted falling asleep at the wheel

Councillor Trevor Hallett's trip to the skip ended in trauma when he had to phone for help after being locked in. PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography

Trevor left down in the dumps by unexpected lock-in

100 women, former employees of Pembrokeshire County Council, have recieved equal pay compensation following a legal setlement. (55327213)

100 women receive settlement after county council equal pay challenge

Dean Deakin's new beard has proved to be a £1,070 fundraiser for Cancer Research. PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography (55281094)

Saundersfoot man's £1,000 beard boost for Cancer Research

Pembroke Welsh Corgi, a favourite of the Queen.PICTURE: Diane Pearce Collection and The Kennel Club (55363369)

Pembroke Corgi makes an impressive come bark!

An appeal for five wind turbines at Rhoscrowther has been turned down. (Library picture) (55287666)

Rhoscrowther windfarm appeal dismissed

Normandy veteran Ted Owens, who recently received the Legion d’Honneur, is pictured with friend Graham Beacham at a special ceremony held in Cardiff. (55219245)

Pembroke Dock D-Day hero Ted given top French medal at special ceremony

Hayscastle Horse Show representatives present their donation to Tony Key, Wales Air Ambulance Pembrokeshire Community Coordinator.

Hayscastle Show donates to Air Ambulance after emergency callout

The Newgale was closed earlier but has re-opened. PICTURE: Newsurf Newgale (newsurf.co.uk)

UPDATED: Cleddau Bridge re-opens following 95mph winds battering by Storm Imogen

Man held after early hours police operation

Man held after early hours police operation

Talfan Jenkins  is pictured (right) with fellow Narberth and Whitland Rotary Club Young Musician instrumentalists Cerys Jones, Jasmine Mear, Liam Russell and club president Dr Paul Crawford. (55153310)

Young saxophonist and singer to represent county in rotary competition

Dr Sarah Beynon is pictured with Apprentice winner Tim Campbell and National Vice Chairman for the Federation of Small Businesses, Sandra Dexter

Bug Farm triumphs at national business awards

All areas of the UK have demonstrated a creative approach to avoid paying the TV Licence fee.

“My husband used to pay for the licence but he ran off with my mother”, among ludicrous TV Licence excuses

Lining up with the Culinary Team Wales squad at Karl Jones-Hughes (left) from Narberth and Skmon Crockford (fourth right) of Tenby. (55152055)

Tenby and Narberth chefs fly the flag for Wales in culinary contest

The team at Transition Cafe. Front L-R: Sue Brown and Stephen Lucas. Back L-R: Karen Rodgers, Roger Griffiths and Corinne Castle.
PICTURE: Julia Moffett (55181926)

Transition Café offers to share its surplus food supplies

St Oswald's pupils are delighted with the success of their community defibrillator appeal. (55150893)

Life-saving equipment installed at Jeffreyston school

Tori James flies the flag to get the 2016 Saundersfoot New Year's Day Swim underway. (55049402)

Pembrokeshire adventurer Tori James in running for top award

Members of the Greening Fishguard and Goodwick group show off their daffodils. (54926401)

Calling all green-fingered volunteers

Kathryn Harries and Linda Gibbs, elders of Tabernacle Reformed Church Pembroke, are pictured presenting a cheque for £66 to Les Crascall, manager of Paul Satori Foundation in Pembroke. (54961594)

Christmas carol boost for Paul Sartori from Tabernacle Reformed Church

Residents of Lower Town Fishguard were provided with flood gates and sand bags.PICTURE: Western Telegraph

Report reveals cause of Lower Town flooding

The inquest was held at Milford Haven Town Hall.

Health Board apology after death of young mental health patient

Should second homes in Pembrokeshire be subject to extra Council Tax?

Should second homes in Pembrokeshire be subject to extra Council Tax?

PICTURE: Martin Cavaney Photography.

Send your Sea Empress disaster memories

Edward James Alfano, 31, died on May 25, 2015, after falling while rock climbing.

Experienced climber died after fall on Pembrokeshire coast

Cllr Tom Tudor

Pembrokeshire County Councillor asked to apologise over schools vote complaint

Pembroke dock’s Rifleman Jacob Osborne at the Infantry Training Centre. © Crown copyright 2016.  (54611011)

Pembroke Dock man is 'soldier's soldier'

Firefighters issue warning after carbon monoxide scare

Firefighters issue warning after carbon monoxide scare

PICTURE: Pembrokeshire County Council

Clean-up underway after mystery pollution washes up on county beach

Nyle Lewis, 24, and Elliot Lewis, 20, of Stranraer Road, Pennar, have been jailed for 23 weeks for the assault.

Pennar brothers jailed for double assault on ex partner

Smba Doc at last year's Cresswell Quay River Festival. (54592312)

Samba sessions for youngsters on offer in Pembroke Dock

Pictured at the second Pembroke Soup are: Krusona from Holyland Woods, Sarah Nutting from St John Ambulance Brigade, Bea Sutton and Keith Wheeler from Pembroke & District Gardening Club. (54866769)

Soup-er success at second town hall Pembroke Soup

Fishguard and Goodwick Town Council is urging residents to be vigilant to cold callers. PICTURE: Western Telegraph

Scam warning after cold callers claim to be from Town Council


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