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News from around the county - from the Western Telegraph

Man held after early hours police operation

Man held after early hours police operation

Talfan Jenkins  is pictured (right) with fellow Narberth and Whitland Rotary Club Young Musician instrumentalists Cerys Jones, Jasmine Mear, Liam Russell and club president Dr Paul Crawford. (55153310)

Young saxophonist and singer to represent county in rotary competition

Dr Sarah Beynon is pictured with Apprentice winner Tim Campbell and National Vice Chairman for the Federation of Small Businesses, Sandra Dexter

Bug Farm triumphs at national business awards

All areas of the UK have demonstrated a creative approach to avoid paying the TV Licence fee.

“My husband used to pay for the licence but he ran off with my mother”, among ludicrous TV Licence excuses

The team at Transition Cafe. Front L-R: Sue Brown and Stephen Lucas. Back L-R: Karen Rodgers, Roger Griffiths and Corinne Castle.
PICTURE: Julia Moffett (55181926)

Transition Café offers to share its surplus food supplies

Tori James flies the flag to get the 2016 Saundersfoot New Year's Day Swim underway. (55049402)

Pembrokeshire adventurer Tori James in running for top award

Members of the Greening Fishguard and Goodwick group show off their daffodils. (54926401)

Calling all green-fingered volunteers

Residents of Lower Town Fishguard were provided with flood gates and sand bags.PICTURE: Western Telegraph

Report reveals cause of Lower Town flooding

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The inquest was held at Milford Haven Town Hall.

Health Board apology after death of young mental health patient

Should second homes in Pembrokeshire be subject to extra Council Tax?

Should second homes in Pembrokeshire be subject to extra Council Tax?

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PICTURE: Martin Cavaney Photography.

Send your Sea Empress disaster memories

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Edward James Alfano, 31, died on May 25, 2015, after falling while rock climbing.

Experienced climber died after fall on Pembrokeshire coast

Cllr Tom Tudor

Pembrokeshire County Councillor asked to apologise over schools vote complaint

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Firefighters issue warning after carbon monoxide scare

Firefighters issue warning after carbon monoxide scare

PICTURE: Pembrokeshire County Council

Clean-up underway after mystery pollution washes up on county beach

Nyle Lewis, 24, and Elliot Lewis, 20, of Stranraer Road, Pennar, have been jailed for 23 weeks for the assault.

Pennar brothers jailed for double assault on ex partner

Fishguard and Goodwick Town Council is urging residents to be vigilant to cold callers. PICTURE: Western Telegraph

Scam warning after cold callers claim to be from Town Council

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A woman was taken to hospital after an incident at Milford Haven marina on Saturday, January 30. PICTURE: Western Telegraph file photo

UPDATED: Milford marina incident not being treated as suspicious

Alexander Griffiths, who spat in his partner's face and poured beer over her head before assaulting her and her mother, is due to be sentenced at Haverfordwest magistrates court today.

Man spat in partner's face and poured beer over her head

Family-friendly fun is part of the attraction of Tenby Museum and Art Gallery. PICTURE: Gareth Davies Photography (54477632)

Tenby Museum facing uncertain future

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Pictured from left to right are Roy Salmon, husband of Megan Salmon, Wet AMD clinic patient, with Deputy Health Minister, Vaughan Gething and Lesley Jenkins, Wet AMD clinic patient. (54770973)

Deputy Health Minister visits Withybush Hospital

Grav writer Owen Thomas and actor Gareth John Bale are pictured with the Wales Theatre Award. 
PICTURE: Art Scene in Wales  (54724596)

Grav gets audience nod at Wales Theatre Awards

James Tyler ( left), Jeremy de Wilton (top right) and Stuart Merritt (bottom right) with Minister for Communities, Lesley Griffiths AM, graduated from the Disability Wales leadership course last week. (54711666)

Proud graduation for PPF members

Pembrokeshire libraries are holding a variety of events to celebrate National Libraries Day on Saturday, February 6. PIC: Welsh Libraries/Libraries Inspire (54508899)

National Libraries Day promises to be bigger than ever

Fishguard Police Station.PICTURE: Western Telegraph

£1,000 motorcycle stolen in Goodwick

Pembroke Dock's B&Q store is to close in the coming financial year. Picture: Martin Cavaney (54449299)

Pembroke Dock B&Q store closure date set

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Girls from St Davids Senior Section Unit: Heledd Morgan, 18, Robyn Martain-Smith, 15, Hannah Daniels, 17 and Carys Davies, 15.

St Davids girl guides chill at winter festival

Fire crews from Milford Haven attended a cooker fire at a property in Prescelly Place on Monday night.

Curious neighbour saves the day

Pembrokeshire Rotary Young Chef winner Eleri Bunn is pictured (second right) with runner-up Casey Briskham and judges Will Holland (left) and Emyr Evans. (54463483)

Second time running for Eleri as Pembrokeshire's Rotary Young Chef of the Year

Pictured, from left: Cadet Warrant Officer David Folder and Leading Cadet Charlie Mustoe. (54487641)

Special honour for Milton and Dyffryn cadets David and Charlie

Valero Refinery Public Affairs Manager Stephen Thornton, second left, is pictured with St John Ambulance volunteers and trustees at Withybush. (54580232)

Refinery's furniture boost for Haverfordwest St John Ambulance

Pictured with the Zano drones are Torquing Group's Reece Crowther and Pembrokeshire County Council Cabinet Member Keith Lewis..

Pembrokeshire County Council 'dodged a bullet' over mooted £1.6m loan to collapsed mini-drone company

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Darren Gibson caught the drama on camera.

Lorry driver becomes TV star thanks to fellow trucker's struggle with low bridge

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Tesco Plc have confirmed that the opening times for the Tesco Extra store in Haverfordwest will change, meaning it will no longer be open 24 hours.  (54451428)

Tesco Extra in Haverfordwest to no longer be open 24 hours

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Pembrokeshire man's bigamy 'was just a misunderstanding'

Pembrokeshire man's bigamy 'was just a misunderstanding'

Family's anguish as ashes stolen

Family's anguish as ashes stolen

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The community centre has already seen its youth club moved to Milford Haven. PICTURE: Western Telegraph

Hubberston locals out in force for lottery cash meeting

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Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority's base at Llanion Park, Pembroke Dock. (54254051)

Site visit backed for eco-smallholding plans

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Roadworks will see part and full lane closures in Haverfordwest this week. FILE PHOTO.

Roadworks planned for Haverfordwest town centre

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Ivy Violet Jones is pictured on her 100th birthday.  (54402425)

Pembrokeshire's oldest woman dies aged 107

The winners of the Fishguard and Goodwick Christmas lights competition are pictured with the Mayor, Cllr Richard Grosvenor and guest judge, Lucy Wilkes.
PICTURE: Johnny Morris   (54228213)

Residents thanked for brightening up twin towns

Rehearsals are now underway for It’s the Drink Talking which will be performed at Theatr Gwaun on February 20.  (53618695)

New play highlights the dangers and delights of alcohol

Public dive into help swim club

Visitors to the Bug Farm are able to handle a hissing cockroach, which Dr Sarah Beynon is pictured with. PICTURE: Western Telegraph

Bug Farm is a dream come true for Dr Beynon

Get involved with the Changing Coasts project by sharing your images taken at this location in Abereiddi. (53940705)

Help capture Pembrokeshire’s changing coasts

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The youth rangers received their certificates from National Park Authority chairman Mike James at Pentre Ifan, alongside authority staff and volunteers. (53939175)

Hard work pays off for National Park youth rangers

Susan Cooper is pictured with her Carpathian/Husky cross Lady, who she rescued from a Romanian dog shelter. (53730775)

Luck be a Lady at Crufts

Elliot Lewis, 20, of Stranraer Road, Pennar, took his dad's BMW before crashing it into a van and fleeing the scene.

Son took dad's BMW and crashed while over drink-drive limit

Anthony Rundle, 51, of Glebelands in Johnston, has been found guilty of six sex offences. PICTURE: Athena Picture Agency

Ex-teacher found guilty of car park sex offences and secret filming

There was a high police presence outside the Spar store on Wednesday morning. PICTURE: Western Telegraph

Southampton man to stand trial over Cardigan Spar robbery

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