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SANTA CHAT: Ewan Larsen, 6, from Milford Haven, tells Father Christmas what he's been up to this year.
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Completed in May 2012, the 870-mile footpath follows Wales' coastline and takes hikers over some of the most beautiful areas of the country, letting them get a workout, enjoy nature and sample culture and history.
A call has gone out throughout Pembrokeshire for even more volunteers who could help the county's popular Girlguiding organisation go from strength to strength.
A BID to get the council to review the catchment area of Coastlands School, St Ishmaels, before the end of this school year has been deferred until 2014/15.
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.
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 Malloy, Port of Milford Haven.
The 12ft Min Eve was found by the Cowes Harbour Commission launch HM 1 near West Bramble Buoy, with one man clinging to the hull and another holding on to a rope.
Andrew Rees & Sons Ltd of Narberth has won the contract to supply meat to Pembrokeshire County Council over the next three years.
MEAL DEAL: Andrew Rees in his Narberth shop with Councillor David Pugh and Sandra Gardner from the council's catering team.
Lord Thomas of Cwmgiedd said the court was "the most fabulous magistrates court that has been built for some time".
BUILDING RELATIONS: Pembrokeshire County Councillor David Simpson Huw Llewellyn managing director of Persimmon Homes West Wales and Pembrokeshire County Councillor David Pugh.
It took seven years, but a slim majority of the Radnor Township Board of Commissioners have finally pushed through a project to construct a new sidewalk from the St. David's train station, along Chamounix Road to the Easter College access path - and the neighbors are not at all pleased about it.
Campaigners fighting the closure of a neonatal unit in Pembrokeshire have been granted legal aid to pursue a judicial review of the decision.
York's Helping Hand is collecting toy dolls and trucks to give out to children in need, according to a news release.
TWO scrap metal dealers found guilty of the manslaughter of Newport man Barry Thomas were locked up for a total of 16 years yesterday.
TIC: Chris Lowe presents the cheque to Monica Vanner and Auriol Scourfield, treasurer of the Pembrokeshire branch of MacMillan Cancer Support, watched by the moustache-growing men who raised the money, and members of MacMillan Cancer Support.