Pembrokeshire County Council gritters will be treating the County’s main routes on the weekend as the Met Office forecasts the possibility of snow and ice in parts of Pembrokeshire.
Recently released figures show that 2017 was a great year for tourism businesses in Pembrokeshire.
A new support initiative for teachers in Pembrokeshire is being set up.
The women’s movement, feminism, equal pay and #timesup will be among the subjects under discussion at a special Pembrokeshire Question Time event on April 18th.
Sir Thomas Picton School’s Inclusive Zone Basketball (IZB) team came second in the Welsh National finals in Cardiff recently.
Cleddau Warriors Football Club hosted the West Wales disability football league at Haverfordwest’s Bridge Meadow Stadium recently.
Members of the public are being invited to put forward sites which they consider should be identified for, or protected from development – known as Candidate Sites.
A football club at the heart of its community has become the latest winner of the Pride in Pembrokeshire Awards.
Pembrokeshire County Council Chairman, Councillor Paul Harries, raised the Commonwealth flag on Monday, 12th March.
Wales’ Cabinet Secretary for Education, AM Kirsty Williams, has officially opened the new primary school for the Angle peninsula – Penrhyn Church in Wales VC School.