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  1. Painters offer up fresh take on Wales' changing seasonsRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | South Wales Argus

    TORFAEN artists Jill and David Hobbs like nothing better than to don their walking boots and head for the Welsh hills. The paintings that they have created to record these outdoor experiences throughout the four seasons are currently being exhibited together at Craft Renaissance Gallery, Kemeys Commander, near Usk.

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  2. New mayor will adopt 'hands on approach'Read the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Milford Mercury

    Deputy mayor Cllr Will Elliott with partner Lloyd Jones, and Cllr Stephen Joseph with his consort and chaplain, wife Naomi. PICTURE: Milford Mercury.

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  3. Karate kids reach final stagesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Milford Mercury

    MILFORD Haven Karate Club travelled to the first leg of the 2015-16 new season of the Welsh Karate League. For a small squad there was success for Chloe Boswell, who once again showed that she is one of the top girls in Wales, she reached the final and just missed out on the gold medal, it was a great achievement as she sustained a hand injury in the earlier rounds but fought on, it later revealed that she had broken her thumb.

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  4. Three rescued after being cut off by tide near SaundersfootRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Milford Mercury

    THREE people were rescued by Tenby RNLI after getting cut off by the tide near Saundersfoot on Wednesday . Tenby's Inshore Lifeboat was launched at 8.15pm after Milford Haven Coastguard received a call from three people left stranded by the incoming tide between Coppet Hall and Saundersfoot.

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  5. Sarah Thompson with her son Aaron Carrasco. PICTURE: Milford MercuryRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Milford Mercury

    A SCHOOLYARD challenge that aimed to raise A 100 for charity has been a runaway success, with donations topping A 1,300. Around 360 pupils took part in a Race for Life event at Milford Haven Junior School on Friday, to raise money for Cancer Research UK.

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  6. Obituaries for Western Telegraph May 20 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Western Telegraph

    WILLIAM George James known as Will, passed away peacefully on March 17 at Withybush Hospital with his daughters and son at his bedside. Will was born the youngest of seven children at Trepwll in Cwm Gwaun then at the age of 11 moved to Newport with his mum.

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  7. Emergency services drill shows hidden dangers of 'tombstoning'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Milford Mercury

    THE potential dangers of 'tombstoning' were highlighted to a group of young people during a multi-agency event at Milford Marina on Saturday . The activity, which involves jumping from height into water, is popular along the coast, including at Milford Docks, but carries serious risks.

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  8. Three people trapped by the tide in Tenby are rescued by RNLIRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | IcNetwork

    This is the moment when three people cut off by the incoming tide had to be rescued by the RNLI in West Wales. Tenby's inshore RNLI lifeboat was launched at around 8.50pm on Wednesday after Milford Haven Coastguard received a call that the group of men were trapped by the water.

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  9. Band scoops another gold awardRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Milford Mercury

    A BANNER outside Milford Haven Tesco greeted members of the Junior Town Band when they returned home from their latest competition with a gold award. On May 16, all 28 players of the Milford Haven Junior Town Band and their conductor Bron Parratt travelled to Merthyr Tydfil, where they were up against seven other bands.

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  10. Pink-credible effort from junior fundraisersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Milford Mercury

    A SCHOOLYARD challenge that aimed to raise A 100 for charity has been a runaway success, with donations topping A 1,300. Around 360 pupils took part in a Race for Life event at Milford Haven Junior School on Friday, to raise money for Cancer Research UK.

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  11. Help shape author's destiny by voting in book prize competitionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Western Telegraph

    Anthony Ormond needs people to vote for his book. A DEBUT novel inspired by a local author's time at Milford Haven School has been shortlisted for a top literary prize.

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  12. School's Race for Life raises pink-credible amount for charityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Western Telegraph

    A SCHOOLYARD challenge that aimed to raise A 100 for charity has been a runaway success, with donations topping A 1,300. Around 360 pupils took part in a Race for Life event at Milford Haven Junior School on Friday, to raise money for Cancer Research UK.

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  13. Cruise ship to explore Pembroke PortRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | Milford Mercury

    PEMBROKE Port will welcome cruise vessel 'Silver Explorer' this Saturday when she visits Pembrokeshire as part of tour of England, Wales, Ireland and France. She carries up to 132 passengers plus 115 crew and will arrive in Pembroke Port at approximately 7am, before departing for a trip to Skomer Island and onwards to the Isle of Man, the Scottish Islands and Ireland.

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  14. Milford's youngest deputy mayor to take the chainsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | Western Telegraph

    At just 27 years old William Elliott is set to become Milford Haven 's youngest deputy mayor, this evening . Cllr Elliott joined the council three years ago, and says he is very community focused, having been involved with Milford Haven Sea Cadets for 18 years.

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  15. Mum who sleeps with sons aged nine and ten insists it helps them grow up healthy and happyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 16 | Mirror.co.uk

    Julie Darby shares a bed every night with her boys Brayden and Kai while husband Gary spends the night alone in a room down the hall Like so many youngsters, Brayden and Kai Darby love football, racing their bikes and a spot of rough and tumble. Then, instead of heading to their room, Kai, nine, and Brayden, ten, climb into their parents' bed, which they share with mum Julie, leaving dad Gary to sleep in their room.

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  16. A hotel in every port? Travelodge bosses' plans spell good news...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | IcNetwork

    An expansion by hotel chain Travelodge into key port locations looks set to create around 20 jobs in Pembrokeshire, the company has said. In total, Travelodge - Britain's largest independent hotel chain - is looking for 14 new hotels near ports as part of an A 84m investment.

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  17. Travelodge eyes up Haverfordwest as part of major expansionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Western Telegraph

    Travelodge, Britain's largest independent hotel chain, said a site in Haverfordwest was part of a plan to open more hotel sites near to key port locations. In total, Travelodge is looking for 14 new hotels near ports, at an investment of A 84 million.

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  18. The tall ship is getting some essential work done. PIC: SRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | Milford Mercury

    Owned and operated by the Jubilee Sailing Trust , a charity giving life changing sailing experiences to those in need, the ship is having essential maintenance work done. The JST offers both able-bodied and disabled people holidays where they get the chance to experience working together in a challenging environment.

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  19. Edinburgh Fringe 2015: Sherman Cymru's Iphigenia in Splott heads to the world famous festivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 13 | IcNetwork

    It's already having an extended run in Cardiff due to popular demand for tickets but now Sherman Cymru 's one-woman show, Iphigenia In Splott, will also be taken to an international audience. For Gary Owen 's drama will be part of the British Council Showcase at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this summer, running at the Pleasance King Dome from August 24 to 30. Sherman Cymcu has a successful history at the world famous event, previously winning the Edinburgh Fringe First award and a Herald Angel Award in 2008 for their touring play Deep Cut, which dramatised the real-life deaths of four trainees at Deepcut Army Barracks.

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  20. Chance to explore coastline at Fish FestivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | Milford Mercury

    YOUNGSTERS visiting Milford Fish Festival this June will get a chance to have a close look at the range of marine species that live in the waters around Pembrokeshire's coastline, thanks to 'Dragon LNG Darwin Centre Experience' and 'Silent World 2 You'. The recent addition to the event line-up will provide an exciting opportunity for children to learn all about the creatures lurking beneath the sea.

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