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Judicial review of neonatal closure
Campaigners fighting the closure of a neonatal unit in Pembrokeshire have been granted legal aid to pursue a judicial review of the decision.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
The island couple who honeymooned with 180 baby seals
Eddie Stebbings, 35, and his bride Bee Bueche, 36, a newly wed couple who have spent their first three months of married life together with a colony of Atlantic grey seals whilst working as wardens on Skomer Island off the Pembrokeshire coast of Wales A newlywed couple have revealed how they spent their honeymoon with 180 baby seals on one of ... (more)
Pearl of an idea for nautical exhibition
SECOND COOK: A drawing by artist Ben Barbour, who traced a symbolic Qatari pearl trade route all the way to the shores of Pembrokeshire and recorded the people aboard in his sketchpad.
Plans for 450 new homes in new housing projects across Pembrokeshire
The English clubs have released a joint statement to say they will not take part in any ERC-run European tournaments from next season Want to know where to take the family for a festive treat this year? We've rated the top attractions around Cardiff so you know what to expect A business rate cap and measures to support high street traders were ... (more)
Council to review mobile libraries
IN YET another bid to save money Pembrokeshire County Council is to review its mobile library service, it was decided by cabinet on Monday .
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Pembrokeshire firefighters already at "bare minimum"
FEARS FOR THE FUTURE: FBU representative Graeme Callan and fellow Pembroke Dock firefighters went on strike in November over a pension dispute with the government.
"WE feel that we are already at the bare minimum now and there's nowhere else to go".
Speaking only as an FBU representative, Mr Callan told the Milford Mercury of his concerns over proposals to replace full-time firefighters with part-time cover at Pembroke Dock and Milford Haven fire stations.
Reward scheme for young Milford volunteers
YOUTH MATTERS: Pictured at the launch of MY Time are : Sian Jones, Milford Youth Matters; Mike Tunstall & Crystal-Louise Rayner; Nick Hudd, Pembrokeshire Youth; Zak Phillips and Anna Mallo, Port of Milford Haven.
Pembrokeshire potatoes join ranks of champagne and Parma ham thanks to EU protected food name status
A former teacher was alleged to have carried out the abuse, ranging from sexual touching to rape, in the 1960s and 1970s The Wales and British Lions coach clinched the top honour, as well as being named high-performance coach of the year at the UK Coaching Awards 2013 The application for PGI status was made to the European Commission by DEFRA on ... (more)
Mon Dec 02, 2013
New Pembrokeshire County Council Group aims to 'increase transparency and tackle excessive pay'
"We want to see the most able and committed people filling these roles, not the most loyal", the group said.
Council to review future of four historic markets
As the autumn campaign comes to an end, we take a look at the Welsh players who advanced their cause and those who didn't this November The presenter from Pontypool was the first contestant to be voted off the latest series of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! The future of four historic centres of trade in the county, including a market which ... (more)
Wife's thanks after husband is rescued from coast path
The emergency services were alerted to the incident shortly after 12.30pm. It involved a 70-year-old man suffering a suspected stroke at Pen y Cwm.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Why Stonehenge might have been prehistoric centre for rock music:...
Stonehenge may have been the built by Stone Age man as a prehistoric centre for rock music, a new study has claimed.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Future of 700-year-old market is under threat
"It doesn't concern me in the slightest," said Mackay, who had the full support of the Cardiff City fans during the 2-2 draw against Manchester United Sherlock season 3 start date announced as January 1, 2014 via a publicity stunt in London with a hearse, finally fans will know how Sherlock survived his faked suicide Professor James Foreman-Peck, ... (more)
Fri Nov 29, 2013
More than 200 Pembrokeshire motorists caught in mobile phone crackdown
Dyfed-Powys Police was involved in the All-Wales Anti-Mobile Phone While Driving campaign, which took place over a two week period in October.
Champion band celebrate with second CD
PEMBROKESHIRE'S UK title-winning brass band is celebrating a fantastic year unbeaten in all competitions by launching a CD of some of their most popular concert pieces.
16 hidden gems in Wales you may never have heard of
The celebrity says she has learnt her lesson and will check her facts in the future after it was revealed police are investigating Premiership Rugby has indicated it may be willing to participate in a tournament run by European Rugby Cup for 2014-15 if an acceptable alternative is in place for 2015-16.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Archaeologists looking for Stonehenge origins 'are digging in wrong place'
One of the mysteries of Stonehenge is how some of its stones were brought from Pembrokeshire in Wales to Wiltshire.
Firefighters' cooking warning after blzae in Pembroke
Firefighters are urging people to take extra care when cooking following a fire in the early hours of last Saturday morning at a property in Pembroke.