Latest Pembrokeshire Stories
Experts studying the mysteries surrounding Stonehenge have now confirmed for the first time the exact origin of some of the rocks used in the ancient monument in Wiltshire, England.
A businessman may be ordered to tear down a glass-fronted steel-framed mansion that replaced a wooden bungalow in a national park on the Welsh coast. The mansion, built at a cost of $1.4 million, is nearing completion, The Daily Mail reports.
BEACH-FRONT living with history is up for auction with this four- storey semi-detached townhouse. Located on the sea-front in the small, picturesque, seaside village of Saunders foot, it is expected to sell for anywhere between pounds 400,000 and pounds 450,000.
NINETEEN-YEAR-OLD Joe Hoyle has landed himself a plum job with one of the biggest internet companies in America.
By Steffan Rhys AN EXPLOSION which left four teenage girls critically ill in hospital for several weekswas caused by the "excessive use of a large number of aerosol deodorants", an official inquiry will announce today.
By Steffan Rhys A BODY found floating in the sea five miles off the coast of Tenby was last night identified by police as a swimmer who went missing two weeks ago.
A SWANSEA construction company which helped refurbish facilities on one of Wales' best known wildlife sanctuaries, has won a prestigious award for sustainable development.
Researchers began their two-week long excavation at Stonehenge on Monday in the first dig at the site since 1964.
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