Village to hold its own Festival of Remembrance

Milford Mercury:

9:00am Friday 31st October 2014

A special concert in aid of the Royal British Legion will take place at St Jerome’s Church Llangwm today (Friday).

Audit Office situation not a ‘shambles or embarrassing’, says council leader

Milford Mercury: Pembrokeshire County Council leader Jamie Adams defends controversial pension payments

4:44pm Thursday 30th October 2014

THE leader of Pembrokeshire County Council has denied the situation the authority finds itself in with the Wales Audit Office and unlawful payments is a ‘shambles or embarrassing’.

New extraordinary meeting over potential pay-off for council chief exec Bryn Parry-Jones

Milford Mercury:

3:24pm Thursday 30th October 2014

Pembrokeshire County Councillors will once again debate a hugely controversial proposed pay-off for the chief executive Bryn Parry-Jones following the unprecedented intervention of the Wales Audit Office.

UPDATED: Confusion surrounds £330,000 chief exec pay-off deal declared unlawful by Wales Audit Office

Milford Mercury:

10:58am Thursday 30th October 2014

CONFUSION surrounds the status of a settlement agreement for chief executive Bryn Parry-Jones declared unlawful by the Wales Audit Office as the council denies there is any problem.

Plaid Cymru call for council leader to step down

Milford Mercury:

11:50am Thursday 30th October 2014

PLAID Cymru at County Hall calls for council leader to step down in light of recent Wales Audit Office reports.

Sycamore seed death warning for horse owners

Milford Mercury:

5:00pm Thursday 30th October 2014

A horsewoman from Hundleton is warning of the dangers of sycamore seeds after one of her ponies died suddenly after eating them this week.

Council house rent rise consultation ends tomorrow

Milford Mercury:

2:04pm Thursday 30th October 2014

A consultation into a Welsh Government-ordered scheme which is likely to see council house rents rise across Pembrokeshire ends tomorrow (Friday).

Pop into Point for a pop up pizza

Milford Mercury:

1:00pm Thursday 30th October 2014

Fishguard’s young person’s charity Point is hosting a pop up cafe today (Thursday October 30th) as part of Fishguard’s Autumn Festival.

Councillor gets the ball rolling for Christmas Together

Milford Mercury: Cllr Guy Woodham

12:52pm Thursday 30th October 2014

Milford Haven councillor, Guy Woodham, will be hosting an informal meeting at the Pill Social Centre, at 6.30pm this evening (Thursday) to get the ball rolling for this year’s Christmas Together event.

Range strike to highlight "life threatening" cuts

Milford Mercury: Soldiers from 1st The Queen’s Dragoon Guards (The Welsh Cavalry) have completed a five-day live-firing exercise on the Castlemartin ranges (3620026)

12:32pm Thursday 30th October 2014

Workers at Castlemartin Range will walk out for 24 hours on Monday (November 3) to protest at staff cuts which unions warn could put public lives at risk.

New images discovered of oil tanks bombing in 1940 that sparked biggest blaze since Great Fire of London

Milford Mercury:

9:14am Thursday 30th October 2014

ARCHIVE photographs recording damage done by the Luftwaffe bombing of oil tanks near Pembroke Dock during World War 2, which led to the death of five firemen, have recently been uncovered.

BREAKING NEWS: Wales Audit Office steps in to stop 'unlawful' £330,000 pay-off to Pembrokeshire County Council chief executive Bryn Parry-Jones

Milford Mercury:

5:02pm Wednesday 29th October 2014

Pembrokeshire County Council's bid to pay-off chief executive Bryn Parry-Jones has been thrown into utter chaos this afternoon (Wednesday) after the Wales Audit Office said the payment "will incur unlawful expenditure'.

Biomass plant with 500 jobs is front runner for former mine depot site at Blackbridge

Milford Mercury:

1:39pm Wednesday 29th October 2014

BETWEEN 50 and 2,000 jobs could be created on the Haven waterway, if the county council enters into negotiation to sell the former RNAD site at Blackbridge.

'Narberth pool saved' as £130,000 target is smashed

Milford Mercury:

12:12pm Wednesday 29th October 2014

A community group battling to save Narberth swimming pool from closure say they have hit their initial target of £130,000.

Transplant success joy for Adam

Milford Mercury: ADAM-AZING:Thumbs up from Adam Hughes,pictured  just 24 hours after his kidney transplant. (11995774)

7:33am Wednesday 29th October 2014

There are double celebrations for Pembrokeshire sportsman Adam Hughes today (Wednesday) - his 27th birthday and the one-week anniversary of his kidney transplant.

Crash closes part of Haverfordwest bypass - delays expected

Milford Mercury:

5:22pm Wednesday 29th October 2014

A COLLISION near McDonald's in Haverfordwest this afternoon has resulted in part of Freeman's way being closed off to motorists.

Fall in love with Little Haven in new S4C rom-com

Milford Mercury: LOOKING FOR LOVE: Gwydion Rhys plays one of the village's lovelorn young men. (11993995)

4:54pm Wednesday 29th October 2014

ONE woman’s quest to find love for a village full of men is at the heart of a new romantic comedy filmed in Little Haven for S4C.

Trevor delivers last post with 48 years in the bag

Milford Mercury: SPARKLING SEND-OFF: Colleagues say goodbye to Trevor James, who is pictured with sector manager Darren Gregory at Haverfordwest sorting office. PICTURE: Western Telegraph. (11957159)

8:46am Wednesday 29th October 2014

A FIRST-class Pembrokeshire postman, who has served the community for almost 50 years, has hung up his mailbag for the last time.

Childhood pictures show how X Factor hopeful Jay James Picton has always been a star on stage

Milford Mercury:

3:10pm Tuesday 28th October 2014

The X Factor star Jay James was an audience favourite in his home village of Saundersfoot long before he performed in front of the television cameras.

Nine jobs to go at Port of Milford Haven following review of operations

Milford Mercury:

10:02am Tuesday 28th October 2014

NINE staff members are to be made redundant following a review of operations at the Port of Milford Haven.

Possible safety net for community centre

Milford Mercury: UNCERTAIN FUTURE: Hubberston Youth Centre. PICTURE: Western Telegraph

10:15am Tuesday 28th October 2014

A COMMUNITY centre serving families and young people in Hubberston and Hakin may be saved from immediate closure, thanks to a re-evaluation of county council plans.

Scrap metal trio ran the risk of poisoning Pembrokeshire drinking water, court hears

Milford Mercury:

5:00pm Monday 27th October 2014

A business trio adopted an attitude of brinkmanship and ran the risk of poisoning thousands of people in Pembrokeshire, a judge heard today (Monday).

Health board apologises for rheumatology letter

Milford Mercury:

5:01pm Monday 27th October 2014

Hywel Dda University Health Board has issued a heartfelt apology to around 200 rheumatology patients affected by problems issuing prescriptions for biologic drugs.

'Eyesore' Roch Gate hotel plans deferred

Milford Mercury: DERELICT: The site of the former Roch Gate MotelPICTURE: Western Telegraph

3:13pm Monday 27th October 2014

A PLAN to revitalise an ‘eyesore’ former hotel, which could create up to 25 jobs, has been deferred by Pembrokeshire Coast National Park planners despite a recommendation for refusal.

Health workers in one day walk out

1:46pm Monday 27th October 2014

HEALTH workers in Pembrokeshire will walk out in a protest over pay on Monday, November 10.

Diver details discoveries from the deep

Milford Mercury: James Hedley Phillips  has been researching and locating shipwrecks off the Pembrokeshire coast for more than 40 years, (11963334)

1:00pm Monday 27th October 2014

A diver, who has been researching and locating shipwrecks off the Pembrokeshire coast for more than 40 years, has written of his adventures under the sea.

Kilgetty man died in fall from bridge

Milford Mercury: Pembrokeshire police patrols target 'boy racers who act like children'

12:23pm Monday 27th October 2014

A KILGETTY area man, who had suffered from a long-term illness, died after falling from a bridge on the Kilgetty bypass, Pembrokeshire Coroner’s Court heard last Thursday.

Councillor seeks answers on controversial grant payments

Milford Mercury:

12:15pm Monday 27th October 2014

Council leader Jamie Adams has told councillors he does not know how much money is being reclaimed from developer Cathal McCosker, or how much money repaid to the Welsh European Funding Office (WEFO), following controversial grant payments in Pembroke Dock.

Greens announce Pembs Parliamentary candidates

Milford Mercury: GREAT TO BE GREEN: Frances Bryant, Green Party candidate for Preseli Pembrokeshire, greetsa fellow party member at last week's meeting. (11949455)

10:20am Monday 27th October 2014

Pembrokeshire Green Party announced its parliamentary candidates at its first ever public meeting last week.

Counselling centre celebrates 10 years

Milford Mercury: HERE TO HELP: Tenth birthday celebrations at Narberth's Adlerian Counselling Centre, where one of the charity's trustee Linda Edwards is pictured with staff, tutors and students.
 PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography.

6:44pm Sunday 26th October 2014

A PEMBROKESHIRE counselling centre which helps people of all ages throughout west Wales has celebrated the tenth anniversary of its opening.

Tenby's blooming marvellous again

Milford Mercury: FLORAL PRIDE: Tenby's gardens were full of colour to delight the Britain in Bloom judges on their visit in July.
PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography

5:38pm Sunday 26th October 2014

Tenby has flown the flag for Wales in the UK’s top floral contest.

Apple-y ever after at St Brides Haven

Milford Mercury:

10:30am Sunday 26th October 2014

A celebration Apple Day at will be held St Brides Walled Garden, St Brides Haven, on Sunday, from 10am to 4pm.

Unique sensory experience for Pembrokeshire diners

Milford Mercury:

9:20am Sunday 26th October 2014

Ever wondered what it’s like to experience the taste of sense without the sense of sight?

Chance to get hands on with snakes and creepies

Milford Mercury:

8:40am Sunday 26th October 2014

Families will have the chance to get hands on with slithery snakes and creepy crawlies at Goodwick’s Ocean Lab today (Sunday)

Duke of Edinburgh scheme praised

Milford Mercury: TOP TREK: Pictured at Lochaber near Fort William are the youngsters and DofE youth workers and adult volunteers who took part in the trek.

5:36am Sunday 26th October 2014

PEMBROKESHIRE’S Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme has been highly praised in a recent inspection.

Plaid choose candidates to fight south Pembrokeshire seats

Milford Mercury: PLAID AT THE POLLS: Nerys Evans and Elwyn Williams. (11901984)

1:35pm Saturday 25th October 2014

Plaid Cymru have chosen their local candidates to stand for the Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire seats at UK Parliament and Welsh Assembly level.

Pembroke event is a-peel-ing

Milford Mercury: A total of 142 varieties were available to view at the apple fair held in Craven Arms.

9:00am Saturday 25th October 2014

A celebration of apples and orchards will be held in Pembroke today (Saturday, October 25).

Meet Carew Castle's new neigh-bours

Milford Mercury: SHETLAND SHOUT-OUT: Carew Castle conservation role for cute ponies.
PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography.

5:35am Saturday 25th October 2014

They may look like they’re just horsing around, but the latest additions to the grounds of Carew Castle are helping to keep the balance of nature stable at the historic site.

Haverfordwest man caught with 'disgusting, stomach churning' child sex abuse images avoids prison sentence

Milford Mercury:

3:59pm Friday 24th October 2014

A Haverfordwest man who built up “an absolutely disgusting, stomach churning” collection of child sex abuse images has been ordered today to undergo treatment.

Family of missing James Nutley tell of a decade of torture

Milford Mercury:

12:10pm Friday 24th October 2014

The parents of a man who went missing from Tenby ten years ago have spoken of their decade of agony without closure. CARYS THOMAS reports.

Milford Haven man who downloaded child sex abuse images tried to cover his tracks, court told

Milford Mercury: Pembrokeshire police patrols target 'boy racers who act like children'

6:40pm Friday 24th October 2014

A Milford Haven man sentenced for downloading child pornography was at it again just a few months later, a judge heard this afternoon (Friday).

Pembroke Dock man, 21, admits £80,000 metal burglary

Milford Mercury: Swansea Crown Court.

4:37pm Friday 24th October 2014

A Pembroke Dock man has today (Friday) admitted getting away with £80,000 worth of metal after breaking into the premises of a local company.

Cops crack down on boy racers

Milford Mercury: FUN DAY: Neyland Carnival returns this Saturday, after a break of seven years. PICTURE: Milford Mercury

3:30pm Friday 24th October 2014

POLICE in Neyland have been granted new powers to move 'boy racers' on, in a bid to clear Brunel Quay of troublemakers.

Drink driver ran away after crashing friend's car

Milford Mercury: File pics of Dyfed-Powys police officer
PICTURE: Western Telegraph

3:21pm Friday 24th October 2014

A HAVERFORDWEST man, who ran away after crashing a friend’s car into a wall following a night’s drinking, has been banned from driving for 17 months.

Art appetisers to offer a feast of creative classes

Milford Mercury:

12:20pm Friday 24th October 2014

SPAN Arts is behind an exciting new programme of art appetisers launching today (Friday), with clowning workshops and kinetic art in Clarbeston Road Hall and Bloomfield, Narberth.

Gigs this weekend to bring Nathan home

Milford Mercury:

11:05am Friday 24th October 2014

A weekend of music starts tonight to help bring a sick young Pembrokeshire man home from Thailand.

Team in the running for top award

Milford Mercury:

10:26am Friday 24th October 2014

The team behind the marketing of Pembrokeshire Coast National Park will find out if it is the winner of two public relations awards at a glittering awards ceremony tonight (Friday).

Inquest highlights dangers of buying medication over the internet

Milford Mercury:

9:42am Friday 24th October 2014

THE stark danger of buying medication over the internet has been highlighted by Pembrokeshire Coroner Mark Layton after the death of a Pembroke Dock woman.

Pembrokeshire County Council leader defends £330,000 pay-off for under-fire chief executive

Milford Mercury:

1:38pm Thursday 23rd October 2014

FOLLOWING the agreement to pay off Bryn Parry-Jones with around £330,000 council leader Cllr Jamie Adams said it was done in the “best interest of the council”.

South Hook heat and power plant gets go-ahead, but may not yet be built

Milford Mercury:

4:50pm Thursday 23rd October 2014

Plans for a combined heat and power plant at South Hook have been approved today (Thursday) – but the facility may not yet be built.

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