Pembrokeshire, Wales Newswire

Pembrokeshire, Wales Newswire

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  1. New approach to the coast could bring economic boostRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    Better management of coastal areas to create jobs and investment opportunities while improving the environment, said a study by the New Economics Foundation . It says that adopting the right approach could transform towns and villages suffering from historic under-investment and lead to healthier seas and waterways.

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  2. New novel due from Pembrokeshire author Helen NobleRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Milford Mercury

    THE word 'noir' is incredibly evocative. Pinot Noir grapes from Cote-d'Or produce one of the finest, most powerful, wines around.

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  3. Pembrokeshire council is being 'left behind' say union as...Read the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    Union leaders are calling for better pay and work conditions for care staff, amid claims Pembrokeshire Council has some of the lowest pay rates across local authorities in Wales. Unison said the county is being "left behind by other authorities who have better pay terms and conditions", with some councils introducing the living wage.

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  4. 12 awesome places in Wales to make the most of the mini-heatwaveRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    It is expected to be 25C in Cardiff on Tuesday and Wednesday, with the highest temperatures predicted for Newtown and Welshpool. The UK is set to boast hotter weather than sunny hotspots such as Corfu, California, Florida and Hawaii.

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  5. Morfa'r FrenhinesRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | The Session

    Also, I like playing measures like There are several versions of this tune knocking about. It's beautiful, wither played as a very slow air as Rpbin HB does it or a lilting waltz, although some would argue with the latter.

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  6. Great turnout at open gardensRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Western Telegraph

    Jenny and Delwyn Lewis hosted an open gardens and charity tea to raise funds for Adam's Bucket of Hope Appeal. Jenny, who was celebrating her birthday on the day, said: "After having cancer and being able to enjoy the support and therapies of the Bucketful of Hope, I wanted to give something back and help other cancer patients in Pembrokeshire."

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  7. Book offers self help for dyslexic teensRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Western Telegraph

    Alais Winton will be signing copies of her book,The Self Help Guide for Teens with Dyslexia; Useful Stuff You May Not Learn at School, at Victoria Bookshop, Haverfordwest, between 11am and 1pm on Saturday. A Haverfordwest woman who struggled with dyslexia throughout her childhood and teens is launching her first book at Victoria Book shop this Saturday, July 4. Alais Winton was diagnosed with dyslexia during her second year in university.

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  8. Llechryd fall shortRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Tivyside Advertiser

    DESPITE a solid batting performance Llechryd ran out of overs in their run chase against Neyland Seconds and had to settle for a losing draw and lost ground on leaders Carew Seconds in the Pembrokeshire League Division Three. As Neyland posted a more than useful total of 191-4 Geraint Rees hit eight boundaries in his 53 not out and Adam Bowles contributed 51. In the Llechryd reply opener Adam Maehrlein stroked seven fours in an innings of 54 and there were other valuable contributions from Adam Betts and Gwion Howell but the visitors were 13 runs short of their target at the end.

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  9. Future of adult learning discussed in FishguardRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Milford Mercury

    THE future of community learning for adults was discussed at a well attended public meeting in Fishguard on Monday, June 22. It was one of six meetings being held across Pembrokeshire as part of the adult and community learning service consultation. Following a reduction in grants from the Welsh Government, Pembrokeshire County Council is making changes to the way adult education is delivered.

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  10. 6m lock gates project will open doors for tourism to Milford HavenRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Milford Mercury

    Secretary of State for Wales the Rt Hon Stephen Crabb is joined by Alec Don, Chief Executive of the Port of Milford Haven, as he cuts the ribbon on the new lock gates at Milford Marina. THE official opening of a A 6m lock gates project is the first step to putting Milford Haven on the tourism map, said Preseli-Pembrokeshire MP Stephen Crabb .

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  11. Coroner issues summons threat to Health Board and Ambulance chiefs over inquest delayRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Milford Mercury

    Pembrokeshire coroner Mark Layton will issue witness summons to the chief executives of both the Welsh Ambulance Trust and Hywel Dda Health Board, after a crucial report and a health board representative failed to show up at a pre-inquest hearing on Thursday. Mr Layton had expected a representative from the health board to attend the hearing into the death of Wayne Anthony Young on January 1 this year.

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  12. Public appeal to help family rebuild their livesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 27 | Tivyside Advertiser

    PEOPLE have been rallying around to help a young family from Crymych who lost everything when their caravan caught fire. Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service were called to Cidigill Farm, Blaenffos at 1.45pm on Saturday, June 20, where two residential caravans were completely destroyed.

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  13. Who said 75 was too old to write your first novel?Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 27 | IcNetwork

    In recollecting my bygone days in Maesteg Grammar School, I remember spending more time looking out of the window than looking at the blackboard. Music lessons were fine, I liked those: I enjoyed being in the choir and rehearsing for school concerts in the town hall.

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  14. There's a heatwave on the way, but most of us are clueless about ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | IcNetwork

    There is a "worrying lack of understanding" among the general public about the degree of protection sunscreen products provide, a medical body has warned. The Royal Pharmaceutical Society says many are unaware that the SPF rating displayed on bottles does not guarantee good all-round protection from potential sun damage.

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  15. Full breaking news live blogRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | IcNetwork

    You can contribute to the live blog by posting your comment below or you can also tweet us @walesonline to share the news that's breaking in your area. ROADS: Few problems in Pembrokeshire this morning on the A478.

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  16. 'Landmark' turbine still at dockRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Newsday

    A tidal power generator hailed by the first minister as a landmark Welsh project is still sitting at Pembroke Dock, eight months after it was meant to have been taken out to sea. The 150-tonne DeltaStream turbine , to generate energy from tidal currents on the sea bed, has cost A 15m so far.

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  17. This shocking image of a fish tangled up in rubbish is just one...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | IcNetwork

    Pembrokeshire-based Neptune's Army have made it their mission to rid the sea of waste which poses a risk to the local wildlife A dogfish tangled up in rubbish, beer cans and a shopping trolley are among the items pulled out of the sea off West Wales These shots taken by Neptune's Army - a team of scuba diving litter pickers, show just some of the debris left strewn beneath the waves in Pembrokeshire and the devastation it causes to marine life. The group has retrieved tonnes of rubbish, pulling up everything from revolving chairs, lawn mowers, a tonne of lead, to, quite literally, a kitchen sink.

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  18. Grandmother embarks on North Wales leg of charity bike ride....with her dog in towRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | IcNorthWales

    Maggie Storer, 66, hopes to raise A 25,000 for good causes on her 5,000-mile journey around Britain's coast, with help from her golden retriever Oscar A 66-year-old grandmother-of-nine has embarked on the latest stage of a charity bike ride along the North Wales coast - with another three months to go. Maggie Scorer set out in March on a 5,000-mile trip around Britain's coast, but she is not alone, as she is towing her golden retriever Oscar in a specially made trailer.

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  19. Talking health in HaverfordwestRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Western Telegraph

    Those interested in their health service, who want to find out more about local developments and services or who want to share their views and experiences with their local NHS provider are invited to attend the Pembrokeshire Archive, Prendergast, between 6.30pm and 8.30pm on Monday, June 29. The first Sgwrs Iach - Let's Talk Health event in north Pembrokeshire was held in Letterston in January with around 90 people in attendance. Hot topics raised covered the timing of the event; retention of services at Withybush; women and children's services; transport and funding plus many more.

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  20. Urgent police appeal over missing Haverfordwest manRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Western Telegraph

    Officers in Pembrokeshire are concerned for the welfare of 39-year-old Scott Thomas who has not been seen since Sunday, June 21. Mr Thomas is described as a white male with short dark hair, which is slightly receding at the front and brown eyes. He is about 5ft 7', slim to medium build and speaks with a local Pembrokeshire accent.

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