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  • New era for Milford shopping park

    MILFORD Haven could step out of Haverfordwest's shadow as Pembrokeshire's premier shopping destination after Haven's Head Retail Park was bought by a London-based company. read more

  • Council continue to stifle debate

    Dear editor Re: the ombudsman's report on the 'Mrs Price' affair read more

  • Bin there, done that!

    THE Mount estate received an early spring clean last weekend. A litter pick around the estate last Saturday was organised by Mount youth worker Kathy Gray and Claire Beynon of the Prince's Trust, who also funded the tidy-up. read more

  • Lucky Camrose saved by the rain

    Camrose 1 Hakin 2 Match abandoned at half time read more

  • Mercury comment: A Taxing issue

    IN THE last couple of weeks, Milford Haven and Haverfordwest town council set their precepts, which, to those not versed in such terminology, is the money which goes into their coffers from the householders in each of their respective areas. read more

  • Community workers take concerns to PM

    TWO community workers from Milford Haven's Mount Estate took residents' concerns straight to the man at the top this week. read more

  • Town gears up for Nelson anniversary

    MILFORD Haven is gearing up to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the death of Admiral Lord Nelson, who famously described the town as one of 'the finest harbours in the world.' read more

  • 90% jobless at the Mount

    NINETY per cent of people living on Milford Haven's Mount Estate are unemployed and 80 per cent are dependent on benefits, startling new figures show. read more

  • Boswell's boys on the march

    Pembroke 41 St Clears 0 OSSIE Boswell's red army remain in pole position in division five west with the 41 point thumping of mid-table St Clears. read more

  • Raffaela celebrates 100!

    LANGUAGE was no barrier for Italian great-grandmother Raffaela Tamilia as she celebrated her 100th birthday last Friday. read more

  • Rugby round-up

    Quins make hard work of it read more

  • Voyage of a lifetime

    THE VOYAGE of a lifetime awaits one lucky Milford Haven sailor when the majestic tall-ship Tenacious arrives in port later this year. read more

  • The elderly have rights too

    Dear editor I recently called into our local Job Centre and was offered the opportunity to apply for a job as a care worker for the elderly and visiting them in their own homes. read more

  • Council no to cockle pickers

    HEALTH and safety fears are hampering attempts to harvest up to 3,000 tonnes of cockles near Pembroke, said to be worth £2m. read more

  • Here's one way to solve Neyland traffic problems

    Dear editor Re. Safety fears over Neyland's Traffic Problems (Mercury, January 20). read more

  • Park Authority fight back

    Dear editor I refer to recent press reports and to suggestions that the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority is in some way not defending the Judicial Review process with sufficient vigour. read more

  • £700 cheque forger rumbled

    A YOUNG Haverfordwest woman forged a cheque for £700 and paid off her bills with the money, a court heard this week. read more

  • Lawrence case: no apology yet

    MORE than a month after Pembrokeshire County Council was told to make amends for the way it had punished a woman who fought against her kids being wrongly placed on the 'at risk' register, that woman is still waiting. read more

  • Stephanie: the storm goes on

    WITH extensive coverage in Welsh and British national daily newspapers, two HTV documentaries to date, and even coverage on 'This Morning,' the ordeal of Stephanie Lawrence is emerging as the biggest, darkest cloud to loom over the county authorities in recent years. read more

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