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Ballroom dancing second prize for mid-Wales young farmers
In the latter they were pipped by Welsh rivals Clunderwen YFC, Pembrokeshire, while Maendy YFC, Glamorgan, were fifth out of the 11 ballroom finalists.
Wed May 22, 2013
Princes Gate Spring Water's huge wind turbines plan set for green light?
The controversial planning application for Pembrokeshire's tallest wind turbines goes before county planners for a third time today .
Aled keeps the family school attendance record
With talk of truancy in the news, here's a young man who has not missed a day off school in 13 years! Aled James is due to leave Ysgol y Preseli in Crymych this Friday with a 100% attendance record - on top of never missing a day while at his primary school, Ysgol Gynradd Crymych.
Big-cat sightings: is Britain suffering from mass hysteria?
In 1995, government inspectors spent months on Bodmin moor in Cornwall looking for evidence of a 'beast' roaming wild there.
Tue May 21, 2013
Health minister accused of dodging questions over West Wales NHS overhaul
Health Minister Mark Drakeford has been accused of ducking questions over major health concerns in West Wales after refusing to meet with a councillor delegation.
Housing chief's rough sleep protest
The economic downturn and changes to the welfare system has led to a housing crisis warning in rural west Wales.
Binge drink warning after fan death
A widow has warned of the dangers of binge drinking after her rugby fan husband fell into a river and died following an all-day drinking session.
Mon May 20, 2013
Pembrokeshire trio admit to roles in heroin ring
Alison Sandra Hughes, aged 26, of Greenhill Crescent, Haverfordwest, admitted supplying heroin between November 26, 2012, and February 13, 2013.
Sun May 19, 2013
Milford Youth Matters helps youngsters tool-up for work
Tristie McDermott, Gwyn Smiles, and Helen Wright, from Pembrokeshire Youth Outreach Team, Milford Youth Matters project worker Sian Jones, with Stephen Davies and Amy Rees.
Badger cull v vaccines in TB fight
In a few weeks' time the government in England will press ahead with trials of badger culls in parts of Gloucestershire and Somerset as part of its strategy to eradicate TB in cattle.
The 100,000 club: The 56 Welsh council employees taking home six-figure salaries
The best-paid council executives in Wales, from left, Carmarthenshire's Mark James, Cardiff's Jon House and Pembrokeshire's Bryn Parry-Jones More than 50 top bosses from councils across Wales took home salaries of at least A 100,000 in 2011/12. The salaries covered a range of titles from chief executives to directors responsible for departments ... (more)
Pair's theatre vision for bingo hall
A couple are using their life savings to turn a derelict south Wales valleys cinema and bingo hall into a community theatre.
Sat May 18, 2013
Lightning hits house in thunderstorm
A house near Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, was damaged after being hit by lightning and power outages affected homes on Friday afternoon.
Fri May 17, 2013
Island of monks gets new 999 vehicle
The monks and residents of Caldey Island off Pembrokeshire are to receive what is thought to be Wales' first multipurpose emergency vehicle.
Bookmaker slapped with 8,000 fine over betting in west Wales pubs
A licensed bookmaker has had a A 8,000 financial penalty slapped on it by the Gambling Commission for operating betting in pubs in west Wales.
Queues reminiscent of the high street glory days greet Ocky White's...
Queues reminiscent of the glory days of the high street gathered outside Ocky White in Haverfordwest as the family-owned store began its final closing down sale.
Thu May 16, 2013
Schools still failing after measures
Education and children's services are still failing in Blaenau Gwent, two years after the local education authority was placed into special measures.
Wed May 15, 2013
Pleasing uptake of MMR jabs in Pembrokeshire schools
There has been a pleasing response to the MMR vaccination programme which has been taking place in Pembrokeshire's secondary schools.
Site visit proposed ahead of decision on Tenby's St Catherine's Island tourist attraction plans
A planning application for a visitor attraction in one of the most prominent sites in Pembrokeshire looks set to be determined following a site inspection from a distance.
Benefits cuts prompt sofa bed advice
Children of families affected by housing benefit cuts could use a sofa bed when visiting a separated parent, the welfare minister says.