MEMBERS of the public were given the chance to grill First Minister of Wales, Carwyn Jones, at a question and answer session held at Pembrokeshire College last Thursday.
BETWEEN 65 and 85 jobs could be created if plans for a cinema complex in the heart of Haverfordwest get the go-ahead.
A Fishguard native and town centre regeneration expert is urging the town's residents to respond to the current planning consultation on the future of the town centre.
Haverfordwest's two secondary schools, including their sixth forms, will be merged as soon as possible, if recommendations to tomorrow's (Thursday) meeting of full council go ahead.
THE threat of Pembrokeshire County Council being forced into an unwanted merger with neighbouring local authorities has been withdrawn.
DESPITE severe weather warnings, last Saturday, October 1, turned out to be a sunny day and even the several scattered showers failed to dampen the spirits and enjoyment of everyone taking part in the South Pembrokeshire Coastal Run 2016.
A MULTI-AGENCY group which is co-ordinating Pembrokeshire’s response to the UK Government’s Syrian Vulnerable Persons Relocation scheme met last week.
AS locals examine the latest plans to transform the town centre, developer Conygar says it still intends to bring a "state-of-the-art multi-screen cinema" to Haverfordwest.
Consultation is underway on a major development planned for Fishguard.