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  1. Birth AnnouncementRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 28 | Blanco County News

    Miss Abigail Rose McDougall announces the December 30, 2014, birth of her brother Joshua Alexander McDougall, born to Samuel and Lauren McDougall at St. David's South Austin Medical Center. Joshua weighed in at 7.4 pounds and measured 20.5 inches.

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  2. School Standards: Two 'red' schools in north Pembrokeshire, but good...Read the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Tivyside Advertiser

    A NEW traffic light system showing how local schools are faring has been introduced this week with two red schools in north Pembrokeshire and 11 schools in the Tivy-Side area being given the top green or yellow ratings. The National School Categorisation System - where schools are given a red, amber, yellow or green rating - has replaced the controversial banding system introduced by the Welsh Government a few years ago.

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  3. Station future and CCTV on list of local concernsRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Milford Mercury

    Dyfed-Powys Police and Crime Commissioner Christopher Salmon with PCSO Jim Moffatt and Saundersfoot Post Office staff Jill Hughes, left, and Patricia Thomas. Dyfed-Powys Police and Crime Commissioner Christopher Salmon with PCSO Jim Moffatt and Saundersfoot Harbour chief executive Michael Davies and a harbour development strategy brochure.

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  4. SCHOOLS: Four schools 'red' and 16 'amber' in new rating systemRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Milford Mercury

    A NEW traffic light system showing how local schools are faring has been introduced this week with 20 Pembrokeshire schools being classed as red or amber and in need of improvements. The National School Categorisation System - where schools are given a red, amber, yellow or green rating, has replaced the controversial banding system introduced by the Welsh Government a few years ago.

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  5. Olympic gold medallist Darren Campbell signs up with refreshing...Read the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | South Wales Argus

    Thirst quenching: Darren Campbell with Jon Williams, co founder of Pro Athlete Supplementation and WRU head nutritionist and William Watkins, managing director, Radnor Hills Olympic gold and silver medallist Darren Campbell is in the blocks and poised to get cracking with some refreshing support for The Admiral City of Newport Half Marathon 2015. Athens Olympic gold and Sydney Olympic silver medallist Darren, who runs a business based in Gwent, has been involved with the Newport half marathon, which supports St David's Hospice Care, since its inauguration in 2013.

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  6. Game of Thrones and Ripper Street actor Jerome Flynn was among those...Read the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Western Telegraph

    ACTOR Jerome Flynn was among the hundreds of concerned locals demonstrating outside County Hall in Haverfordwest this morning, ahead of an extraordinary meeting to discuss the future of secondary education in Pembrokeshire. But proposals to close Ysgol Dewi Sant School and merge it with Ysgol Bro Gwaun in Fishguard have drawn fierce oppostion from parents, families and friends of the school.

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  7. Second award for lifeboat crew doctorRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | West Cumberland Times and Star

    THANKS: Workington RNLI doctor Richard Goodwin, left, when he received the Queen's Jubilee Medal from RNLI operations director Michael Vlasto in 2013 Dr Goodwin has been a GP in the town for 20 years. He has supported RNLI crew training in sea survival and firefighting and can go out as a crew member if needed.

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  8. Death of Welsh backpacker Jack Davies found hanged in Thailand remains unclear, inquest toldRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    Jack Davies, 21, from Llanelli, died in Ko Phi Phi near Phuket in August last year after three years of travelling The circumstances surrounding the death of a Welsh backpacker found hanged in a guest house in Thailand remains unclear, an inquest has ruled. Jack Davies, 21, from Llanelli , died in Ko Phi Phi near Phuket on August 24 last year after three years of travelling.

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  9. Go Guide community events Jan. 29-Feb. 5Read the original story

    Thursday | Telegram

    The Nfld. Horticultural Society's first meeting of 2015 will be held at St. David's Church Hall, Elizabeth Ave. on Feb. 3 at 8 p.m. Todd Boland, Research Horticulturalist with MUN Botanical Garden, will talk about the birds in our gardens and the conditions that attract them.

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  10. Residents at risk at Isle of Wight care home, Care Quality Commission findsRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Isle of Wight County Press

    Solent Grange Nursing Home on the Isle of Wight has been rated as inadequate by the Care Quality Commission . Picture by Robin Crossley.

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  11. Pooler prepared to be patient in hunt for Carter's replacementRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | South Wales Argus

    PONTYPOOL chief executive Ben Jeffreys says the club will take their time to make sure their successor to Alun Carter is the right fit, writes Chris Kirwan. Pooler parted company with the former Wales and Worcester analyst last week and coaches Leighton Jones and Stuart Lawrence and team manager Shaun Rees have taken over the reins.

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  12. Councils strike new deal on wasteRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Tivyside Advertiser

    The innovative approach will save each council more than A 350,000 a year - and create 11 jobs at Pembroke Dock. Under the new contract the two councils have signed with Potters Waste Management, waste from the two counties that cannot be recycled will be exported to Sweden.

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  13. SILCHESTERRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Basingstoke Gazette

    PHOENIX club: Meets in the Club Room, at 2pm, next Wednesday, when the speaker will be a former Bevin Boy. All welcome.

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  14. Boy, 8, dies of scurvyRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Iol.co.za

    London - A boy of eight fell ill and died from scurvy after his parents failed to seek medical help - mistakenly thinking his condition was down to "growing pains" Dylan Seabridge was killed by the rare and preventable disease caused by severe vitamin C deficiency, an inquest heard on Thursday. His unemployed parents Glynn and Julie, who home-schooled him and his brother in a remote Welsh village, were charged with neglect after their son's death, but the case was dropped before it went to trial.

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  15. Name change may help recruit doctorsRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | BBC News

    Prof Derek Gallen believes a perception of Wales is a problem, with junior doctors knowing Cardiff but not sure where Hywel Dda or Betsi Cadwaladr is. He also says a shortage of junior paediatricians puts pressure on rotas and in turn hits the quality of their training and exam results.

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  16. A curious wallRead the original story

    Yesterday | TrekEarth

    It is in fact part of the walls surrounding St David's Park in the centre of Hobart, Tasmania. St David's Park was for many years the main cemetery in Hobart.

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  17. Dylan Seabridge dead from scurvy which parents thought was 'growing pains'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Daily Mail

    The parents of an eight-year-old boy thought he was suffering from 'growing pains' when he was actually dying of scurvy, an inquest has heard. Dylan Seabridge collapsed at the family home in the remote village of Eglwyswrw in Pembrokeshire, west Wales in December 2011.

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  18. Peer Apologises For Trident 'Nazi' CommentRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 28 | Ananova

    Welsh peer Lord Wigley has apologised after comparing the effects of a Trident submarine base to a Nazi death camp. Asked to comment on the benefits of moving the nuclear weapons system from Scotland to Wales, the former Plaid Cymru leader said: "No doubt there were many jobs provided in Auschwitz but that didn't justify their existence and neither does nuclear weapons justify having them in Pembrokeshire."

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  19. BBC to investigate presenter's Israel questions at Paris protest marchRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Jerusalem Post

    A member of the French GIPN intervention police forces secures a neighborhood in Corcy, northeast of Paris. LONDON As nations around the world marked International Holocaust Remembrance Day this week, two British MPs came under fire for comments that critics said trivialized the tragedy, and the BBC confirmed that it was investigating a series of questions that one of its correspondents asked an Israeli woman following the Paris terrorist attacks earlier this month.

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  20. Man charged with murder in October shootingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | KXAN-TV Austin

    Police have charged a man with murder in the East Austin shooting death of 40-year-old Kimberly Milton-Brown. Ballistics results confirmed Sean Q. Lemuel, 30, shot and killed Milton-Brown as she stood outside her home Oct. 28, 2014, at the Westheimer Oaks apartment complex, according to an arrest affidavit.

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