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11 hrs ago | BBC News
Cardiac services face a shake-up at four district hospitals after a critical review prompted by a "number of anecdotal and untoward incident reports".
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16 hrs ago | Milford Mercury
WHILE most people in Pembrokeshire were eating Welsh cakes and celebrating St David's Day, on the 1st and 2nd of March members of the West Wales Academy of Dance travelled to Bridlington near Scarborough for this years Diva Divo dance festival.
17 hrs ago | News and Star
An optician who clocked up his fourth speeding offence in as many years has escaped a driving ban because he needs to drive to his patients' homes.
After her first recital for The Peter Gould Music Trust eight years ago, the celebrated harp player Claire Jones who hails from Crymych, Pembrokeshire, will be making a greatly anticipated return to the concert platform.
Chelsea, formerly Bradley, was found guilty of 20 charges relating to the release of classified information to whistleblower website WikiLeaks last year and was sentenced to 35 years.
WELSH WINNER: Wales Midwife of the Year, Elspeth Lancaster , celebrates her award with grateful mum Rhian Clark and baby Hari.
The Haven Waterway Enterprise Zone is to be expanded to allow more businesses to benefit from enterprise zone status and increase the potential to attract more inward investment.
World Book Day on March 6 celebrates the joy of reading, and aims to fire a child's imagination and promote language skills from an early age.
Pembrokeshire County Council has approved a Council Tax rise of 3.4% for 2014/15, resulting in a Band D payment of A 767, a rise of A 25. The final amount which Council Tax payers will be required to pay will also include sums for the Police and Crime Commissioner Dyfed- Powys and their Town or Community Council.
Nominations have opened for Pembrokeshire's Unsung Hero 2014. Pictured is last year's winner Lisa Starkey with , John Hughes, Ian Westley, and Nicola Cunningham.
It has been a long-standing mystery as to how and why the giant "Preseli" bluestones from southwest Wales ended up nearly 200 miles away at Stonehenge .
There are no shortage of theories about Stonehenge , but few are so melodious as this: A recent study carried out by the Royal College of Art in London suggests that the monument holds a "sonic secret."
The carcasses of hundreds of dead sheep and lambs had to be taken from a Pembrokeshire farm for incineration, a court heard on Monday.
We are going to end the live article there for today as the buses carrying the hundreds of protesters make their way back to Pembrokeshire.