Author - Jon Coles

Accident blocks A477

THE A477 near Mylett’s Hill was partially blocked following a three-vehicle collision this morning (Mar 21). Traffic was moving slowly between Pembroke Dock and Kilgetty as a result of the road being...

Elderly lady accused of death by dangerous driving

MAGISTRATES today (Mar 21) sent a 77-year-old woman to Swansea Crown Court, who is charged with causing death by careless or inconsiderate driving. Sally Eleanor Denman of Angle Village, Pembroke, is...

Scaffolding company calls in administrators

A SCAFFOLDING company has reportedly called in the administrators after directors decided to cease trading with immediate effect last night (Mar 20). A leaked email, which was sent to employees on...

Boost in Scolton Manor visitors

ALMOST four times as many people visited Scolton Manor over the recent half-term holidays compared to the same period last year, new figures have shown. The boost is partly attributed to the well...

Princess Royal backs girls in STEM

ON MONDAY (Mar 13), leaders from business, academia and the Welsh Government, joined forces at the Senedd, Cardiff to tackle head on the lack of women in STEM (science, technology, engineering and...

Mariners run riot

Milford Haven 95 St Davids 5 League 3 West A MILFORD HAVEN put in a dominant performance as they scored fifteen tries in a 95-5 win over St Davids last Thursday night (Mar 9). The bonus point win for...

Money raised by Pembroke Dock Tesco

TESCO’S Pembroke Dock store took part in the Final Countdown 80s National Charity Partnership last weekend on the weekend of March 3-5. This event was held to try and raise £30m for Diabetes UK...

£6.5m for ‘Circular Economy’ fund

LESLEY GRIFFITHS, the Cabinet Secretary for Environment and Rural Affairs, has re-affirmed Wales’ commitment to increasing the amount we reuse and recycle by announcing a £6.5m fund to help the...

Otters up to second

Glynneath 3 Narberth 40 WRU Championship NARBERTH moved into second place in the Championship as they eased to a 40-3 win over Glynneath last Saturday (Mar 11). The Otters dominated for much of the...

Animal magic?

DOGS HAVE BEEN MAN’S best friend for thousands of years. But only now are the benefits of learning with dogs being realised in Welsh classrooms. Schools in south-west Wales have opened their...

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