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  1. Russian medal marks WWII contributionRead the original story w/Photo

    14 min ago | Western Telegraph

    MEDAL CEREMONY: Mr Knight receiving his medal from a member of the Royal Naval Association Haverfordwest branch. PICTURE: Western Telegraph.


  2. Drink-drive army chef 'escaped prison by a whisker'Read the original story w/Photo

    16 min ago | Western Telegraph

    Father-of-two Thomas Griffiths, 24, of Cawdor Barracks, brought a rucksack of belongings with him to Haverfordwest Magistrates Court last week, believing he would be "sent down" for the string of serious offences. In August, Griffiths - who has been in the army for five years - pleaded guilty to his first drink driving charge, and was disqualified from using any motor vehicle for 12 months.


  3. Outline plans for new Haverfordwest abattoir approvedRead the original story w/Photo

    17 min ago | Western Telegraph

    UP TO 40 jobs could be created on the outskirts of Haverfordwest , after plans to change a disused plant nursery into an abattoir were approved. Outline planning for a new abattoir at the former Green Plains Nursery site, near to Haverfordwest Golf Club, was granted at a meeting of the county council's planning committee on Tuesday, December 16. The plans are for the demolition of the existing building on the site, and the erection of a 1,950 square metre abattoir.


  4. Baby Waylon gets to go home for ChristmasRead the original story w/Photo

    24 min ago | KXAN-TV Austin

    An Austin mom and dad have reason to celebrate: Their baby Waylon will be home for Christmas. Waylon weighed slightly less than 1 pound when he was born prematurely back in June.


  5. Christmas hampers delivered by carol-singing studentsRead the original story w/Photo

    24 min ago | Western Telegraph

    SIX community-spirited Tasker Milward pupils took the time to spread a little festive cheer by delivering four specially-made hampers to local old people's homes and two to a women's refuge charity. Sixth-formers Millie Thomas, Harry Smallman, Megan Thomas, Daniel Jones, Joseph Brill and Tom Harvey also went the extra mile by singing carols to elderly residents.


  6. Public concerned about proposed 24/7 harbour drillingRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Milford Mercury

    DRILLS ALOUD: Plans for ground inspection drilling, which will take place 24/7, at Fishguard Harbour are causing concerns among residents. Residents in Goodwick have expressed concerns at an application to drill boreholes in Fishguard Harbour 24 hours a day, seven days a week, over a period of two to three months.


  7. Local theatre budgets cut by Arts CouncilRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Western Telegraph

    TWO local arts institutions are to have their funding cut, as the Welsh Government looks to make saving in the next few years. The Torch Theatre , Milford Haven , and Cardigan's Theatr Mwldan will see their funding from the Arts Council of Wales cut by 2.1 per cent next year.


  8. Public commitment to new chemo unitRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | Western Telegraph

    Members of the Project Board and staff from Ward 10 and the Cancer Day Unit, Withybush, took the opportunity for a photo shoot in front of the newly erected publicity board for the development HYWEL Dda Health Board has pinned its colours to the mast with a public declaration of a commitment to provide a new Chemotherapy Day Unit at Withybush Hospital . Campaigners - who have fundraised and fought for the unit for years - had begun to doubt the project would ever go ahead despite repeated promises from the health board.


  9. Councillors put brakes on car park developmentRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Western Telegraph

    CONTROVERSIAL plans to build ten houses near a busy health centre in Milford Haven have been put on hold, following concerns over the impact on parking. An application for outline planning in an area of car park formerly used by Manchester Square Health Centre was discussed at a meeting of the council's planning committee on Tuesday .


  10. Haven has reached turbine capacity, councillors toldRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Western Telegraph

    Two applications for wind turbines, one at Rose Cottage Farm, Robeston West, and one at Woodson, Lower Thornton, were refused, following concerns over the 'cumulative impact' of turbines in the area. The first, a 250kw turbine measuring 45metres to blade tip, would have been visible from Milford Haven , Johnston, Dale, and Angle, and both the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority and Walwyn's Castle community council had objected on visual grounds.


  11. We're ready for 'Black Friday' trouble in Ringland - policeRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | South Wales Argus

    GANGS of teenagers in the Ringland area of Newport have been "terrorising" residents - but police are cracking down and say they are ready for 'Black Friday' tonight. Officers working in Alway, Lliswerry and Ringland have seen a drop in reports of anti-social behaviour from 210 in September to 142 in November, and just 68 so far this month.


  12. Christmas: Give gluten-free festive greetings with these sweet treatsRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    After weeks of mince pies, you'll be grateful to see this incredibly nice but not so naughty treat for the festive season - Coconut Raspberry Bars. She runs bakery and cookery workshops from the Vic North Cookery School from her home, Manordeifi in North Pembrokeshire, a few miles from the beautiful coastline of Cardigan Bay.


  13. Warm festive welcome for all at MIND FayreRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Western Telegraph

    MAYOR SUPPORTS MIND: Councillor Roy Thomas and his wife Shirley are pictured with MIND Pembrokeshire director Tracey Price. PICTURE: Western Telegraph HAFAL A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS: Practice leader Jen Losada with recovery practitioners Steven Davies and Stephen Roberts from mental health charity Hafal.


  14. Russian medal marks WWII contributionRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Western Telegraph

    MEDAL CEREMONY: Mr Knight receiving his medal from a member of the Royal Naval Association Haverfordwest branch. PICTURE: Western Telegraph.


  15. St David's star in floorball mixed competitionRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago |

    ST David's are in pole position in the Cotswold League mixed 'A' team competition after beating Willersey 2-1. Temple Guiting's Ardron put his team ahead against St David's but Saints earned a late free hit close to goal and Harry Winder made no mistake to claim a 1-1 draw.


  16. Reach for the stars: school scoops top awardRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Milford Mercury

    WINNING: Pictured with pupils are Anthony Hayward, Architectural Technician; Paul Williams, Architectural Technician and contract administrator on the project, Cllr Jamie Adams and Head teacher Nick Groves. The Council's in-house design team has been awarded a CLAW Commendation Award for Llangwm primary school, which opened its doors last year.


  17. Concerns over library threat to Caerleon author's workRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | South Wales Argus

    Friends of Arthur Machen society, whose members include comedian Stewart Lee and actor Barry Humphries, have expressed concerns to Newport council over threat to close library housing UK's only collection of Caerleon-born author's work THE Friends of Arthur Machen have written to Newport City Council expressing concern about the threatened closure of the library that houses the UK's only collection of the Caerleon-born author's work. The society, whose members include comedian Stewart Lee, actor Barry Humphries and writer Alan Moore, hope to safeguard the Arthur Machen Collection in a permanent home in Newport.


  18. Obituaries for December 17 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Western Telegraph

    THE death occurred recently of John Llewellyn Price of Clarence Street, Pembroke Dock. Aged 77 years, he passed away at Withybush Hospital on November 24. John was a native of Ystalyfera in the Swansea Valley, brought up in a mining community as a Welsh speaker but following the death of his father in a mining accident the family relocated to his mother's native Pembrokeshire, moving to Pembroke Dock where John finished his schooling in the Coronation School.


  19. Fatal South by Southwest crash brings first wave of lawsuitsRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Houston Chronicle

    File- This March 13, 2014, file photo shows bystanders assisting first responders at the scene at SXSW festival in Austin, Texas, where 2 people died and dozens more were injured after a hit and run. The first wave of victim lawsuits since four people died at the South by Southwest music festival accused organizers Thursday, Dec. 18, 2014, of safety lapses after a driver smashed through a barricade and into a crowd of concertgoer's.


  20. The Blues weather the storm to make final fourRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Milford Mercury

    HAVERFORDWEST moved into the final four of the Pembs KO Cup as they overcame a resilient Cardigan side in torrential weather at Merlins Bridge. Back row players Adam and Dewi Williams crossed for tries in the first half, and centre Moritz Neumann also went over after the break as the Blues set up a semi final clash with Neyland - and Barry John's men will now be strongly fancied to reach the final of a competition they last won in the 2012/2013 season.