• Large turnout for Withybush march

    AROUND five hundred people gathered at County Hall this morning (Sunday) to protest against the downgrade of Withybush Hospital in Haverfordwest. The protest, the latest in a series of demonstrations organised by campaign group SWAT started at 11am at County Hall. Demonstrators marched, escorted by police officers, along Picton Place and then down Bridge Street. The demonstration then marched past […]

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    Large turnout for Withybush march
  • Death confirmed in Haverfordwest incident – victim named

    A HAVERFORDWEST man who died after an incident in his home town last night, has been named by police as Daniel Sturgess. The police had shut the road between Morrison’s Roundabout and Salutation Square after the 42 year old was found unconscious in the early hours of the morning. A Dyfed-Powys Police spokesman told The Herald:”Ambulance personnel attended and conveyed […]

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    Death confirmed in Haverfordwest incident – victim named
  • Explosions rock Wiston

    A TEENAGER from Wiston, who has been described as “desperate to join the Army” may have lost both of his hands, but is in a stable condition, after an explosion rocked his parent’s home on Thursday morning. Jordan Smith, age 19, was seriously injured in the blast, and was airlifted to Morriston hospital by the Wales Air Ambulance at an […]

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    Explosions rock Wiston
  • Cabinet ‘yes’ to £11.6m superschool

    PEMBROKESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL’s cabinet have decided today to close Hakin and Hubberston Schools in Milford Haven and amalgamate them by building a new school which will open by September 1, 2016, at a cost of £11,600,000. The move is not what many of the parents wanted to hear. Many of them have spoken to The Herald saying they wished the […]

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    Cabinet ‘yes’ to £11.6m superschool
  • Council EU Funding ‘suspended’

    THE SCANDAL surrounding the Council’s administration of European grant aid in Pembroke and Pembroke Dock has deepened. The Pembrokeshire Herald can exclusively reveal that the Welsh European Funding Office (WEFO) has suspended payments due to be made to Pembrokeshire County Council under the Commercial Properties Grant Scheme until an investigation into the scheme is completed. A spokesperson from the Welsh Government […]

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    Council EU Funding ‘suspended’
  • Murco deal collapses

    MURCO has today announced that it will be entering into a period of consultation with employees, and their representatives, as to the future of the company and its Milford Haven refinery. The Pembrokeshire Herald understands that Murco’s efforts to finalise a deal with Greybull Capital have not been successful, despite hopes that a deal was in its final stages last […]

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    Murco deal collapses
  • Concerns over schoolgirl’s safety

    DYFED-POWYS POLICE are currently investigating an incident which was reported to them at approximately 11am this morning which occurred outside Ysgol Uwchradd Aberteifi, Park Place, Cardigan. Police are investigating a report from a school pupil who has reported that between 9 and 10:00am they heard an altercation between the driver of a silver salon type vehicle, and a young girl […]

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  • Sir Thomas Picton pupil airlifted after Freeman’s Way accident

    DYFED-POWYS POLICE are appealing for witnesses after a young girl was involved in a collision with a vehicle on Freeman’s Way in Haverforwest this afternoon (Saturday.) The incident occurred at around 12.20pm after an eleven-year-old, who lives in the town, collided with a red Mini. She was taken to Withybush General Hospital in a critical condition by ambulance, and from […]

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    Sir Thomas Picton pupil airlifted after Freeman’s Way accident
  • ELECTION FRAUD PROBE

    THE FINDING of guilt by a council committee investigating the electioneering activities of Council Deputy Leader Rob Lewis might only have resulted in two weeks’ suspension for the representative from Martletwy, but The Pembrokeshire Herald now understands that there could be significantly wider fallout from the affair. The preparation of candidates’ election leaflets by Cllr Lewis and former County Councillor […]

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    ELECTION FRAUD PROBE
  • £50,000 worth of cocaine seized

    A PEMBROKESHIRE man is one of six who have been remanded in custody facing charges of conspiracy to supply cocaine, which is believed to have a street value of £50,000. Thomas Charles Salmon, aged 31, of Llanmill, Narberth appeared at Llanelli Magistrates Court on Monday. No pleas were entered when the six defendants appeared at court, they appeared only to confirm […]

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    £50,000 worth of cocaine seized

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Large turnout for Withybush march

Large turnout for Withybush march

AROUND five hundred people gathered at County Hall this morning (Sunday) to protest against the downgrade of Withybush Hospital in Haverfordwest. The protest, the latest in a series of demonstrations organised by campaign group SWAT started at 11am at County Hall. Demonstrators marched, escorted by police officers, along Picton Place and then down Bridge Street. The demonstration then marched past […]

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Death confirmed in Haverfordwest incident – victim named

Death confirmed in Haverfordwest incident – victim named

A HAVERFORDWEST man who died after an incident in his home town last night, has been named by police as Daniel Sturgess. The police had shut the road between Morrison’s Roundabout and Salutation Square after the 42 year old was found unconscious in the early hours of the morning. A Dyfed-Powys Police spokesman told The Herald:”Ambulance personnel attended and conveyed […]

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Explosions rock Wiston

Explosions rock Wiston

A TEENAGER from Wiston, who has been described as “desperate to join the Army” may have lost both of his hands, but is in a stable condition, after an explosion rocked his parent’s home on Thursday morning. Jordan Smith, age 19, was seriously injured in the blast, and was airlifted to Morriston hospital by the Wales Air Ambulance at an […]

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Cabinet ‘yes’ to £11.6m superschool

Cabinet ‘yes’ to £11.6m superschool

PEMBROKESHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL’s cabinet have decided today to close Hakin and Hubberston Schools in Milford Haven and amalgamate them by building a new school which will open by September 1, 2016, at a cost of £11,600,000. The move is not what many of the parents wanted to hear. Many of them have spoken to The Herald saying they wished the […]

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Council EU Funding ‘suspended’

Council EU Funding ‘suspended’

THE SCANDAL surrounding the Council’s administration of European grant aid in Pembroke and Pembroke Dock has deepened. The Pembrokeshire Herald can exclusively reveal that the Welsh European Funding Office (WEFO) has suspended payments due to be made to Pembrokeshire County Council under the Commercial Properties Grant Scheme until an investigation into the scheme is completed. A spokesperson from the Welsh Government […]

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