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LNG Accident Musn't Stoke Up Fears

THE death of an LNG worker at South Hook must not be allowed to "stoke up fears" about the safety of the development in general, says Preseli Pembrokeshire's AM.

AM Celebrates Meals On Wheels Week

Paul Davies, Preseli Pembrokeshire AM, helps to celebrate Meals on Wheels week in Haverfordwest. He was given a tour of the WRVS kitchen that produces 300 meals a week for elderly and vulnerable clients in and around the town.

Shadow Culture Minister Celebrates Brunel's Legacy

The role played by Britain's greatest engineer in the history of Neyland has been outlined by the Welsh Shadow Minister for Culture.

Paul Davies AM officially opened the Brunel exhibition which is taking place at Neyland library.

"Price Fixing" By Supermarkets Has Hit Pembrokeshire Farmers

Pembrokeshire’s Assembly Members have condemned a price-fixing scandal which has seen the county’s dairy farmers losing thousands of pounds. The Office of Fair Trading has provisionally found Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury’s and Morrisons, as well as dairy processors, guilty of colluding to increase the

Grow It

The week-long event was attended by more than 1,100 schoolchildren from the county who learned about where food comes from and different ways to enjoy it.

pembrokeshire's AM Hears Plans To Make Carew Airfield a Tourist Magnet

Ambitious plans to recreate the wartime airfield in Carew have been spelled out to Pembrokeshire's Assembly Members.

The Carew Cheriton Control Tower had been used as a cowshed but has been restored to its former glory by a band of volunteers over the past seven years.