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'South Pembrokeshire Hospital review could lead to changes'

Services provided at South Pembrokeshire Hospital are to be reviewed.

A REVIEW of South Pembrokeshire Hospital is 'making good progress', Hywel Dda Health Board has said.

4:54pm Saturday 21 May 2016

Council U-turn on school absences fines

Council U turn on controversial fine calculation period

A change to the way Pembrokeshire County Council issues fines for term time absences looks likely not to go ahead, following a report by the council’s director for children and schools to today's (Monday's) cabinet.

9:47am Monday 23 May 2016

Views wanted on primary education in Haverfordwest

A consultation on ways to improve English-medium primary provision in Haverfordwest has been launched. PICTURE: Western Telegraph.

Parents and householders in Haverfordwest are to be consulted on ways to improve English-medium primary provision in the town.

5:08pm Wednesday 18 May 2016

Tolls legal but unfair

Tolls legal but unfair

LAST week Pembrokeshire County council considered a report about the finances of the Cleddau Bridge, in particular, to determine a starting financial point and then the rate of toll charges from April 1 2017, based on the estimated lifetime costs of…

1:39pm Wednesday 18 May 2016

Cabinet warned of financial challenges to come

Cabinet warned of financial challenges to come

Pembrokeshire County Council has got through a challenging financial year with its budget intact and hitting its financial targets, cabinet heard today (Monday). However 21st Century Schools funding and adult social care were flagged up as…

2:58pm Monday 23 May 2016

A40 reopens following earlier collisions

A40 closed due to two collisions

The A40 between Canaston Bridge and Haverfordwest has reopened after emergency services dealt with two collisions.

10:09am Friday 20 May 2016

Council Chairman grilled by Pembroke Dock Community School pupils

Pembrokeshire County Council Chairman Councillor Tony Brinsden, Councillor Alison Lee, Mr Leigh Phillips, Miss J Junggeburth and pupils from Pembroke Dock Community School are pictured following their visit to County Hall.

NEW Council Chairman Councillor Tony Brinsden faced a barrage of questions from pupils of Pembroke Dock Community School during their visit to County Hall.

3:43pm Saturday 21 May 2016

Green work gets gold at Tenby VC Infants School

Councillor Huw George (centre) presents the award to pupils. Also in the picture is Gill John, teacher Margaret Walters and Tim Brew, Sustainable Schools officer.

TENBY VC Infants School has been presented with a Gold Sustainable Schools Award.

3:56pm Saturday 21 May 2016

Obituaries for Western Telegraph May 18 2016

Mr G C Rees

Mr G C Rees; Mr W E Powling; Mrs L E Lewis; Mrs E K Davies; Mr T Consolo; Mrs K R Evans; Mr G Phillips; Mrs B R Rossiter; Mrs P M Evans; Mr I Hawkins

1:55pm Wednesday 18 May 2016

Former Detective Chief Inspector takes the county council chains

Cllr Tony Brinsden is pictured seated (centre) with Mrs Brinsden. They are flanked (from left) by: Ian Westley (Chief Executive); Councillor Paul Harries (new Vice Chairman).

The new Chairman of Pembrokeshire County Council is Councillor Tony Brinsden, a former Detective Chief Inspector.

2:41pm Friday 13 May 2016
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