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Police launch campaign to reduce alcohol-related violence

Dyfed Powys Police has launched a new campaign to help reduce town centre alcohol-related violent crime in South Pembrokeshire. Town centre pubs, bars and clubs will see new posters on display informing them to ‘Enjoy your night - stay out of troub... read on

Would you like to meet a real life hero? Well look no further than 21-year-old Angelo Rossi, of Carew. read on...
A Saundersfoot man who punched another man so hard he fell into a coma he may never recover from has been cleared of inflicting grievous bodily harm with intent. read on...
Members of the town council have questioned why design plans for an £8. read on...
Tenby councillors have claimed that inconsiderate people are killing a scheme brought in to try and curb dog fouling in the town. read on...


Smith on target in United’s vital victory over Bont

Outside half Toby Smith helped his side to a vital bonus point victory at Heywood Lane on Saturday as a strong performance from the Seasiders kept them deservedly in the hunt for the section’s silverw... read on

Narberth 18 pts.
Tata Steel 19

After allowing Steel to build up a two-score lead of nine points, the Otters came close to snatching the... read on
Wanderers 3 pts.
Tenby United 12

Tenby United came through a tough encounter away at Llanelli Wanderers on Saturday, ear... read on
Penygroes 23 pts.
Pembroke Dock Quins 21

The Quins came away from Penygroes on Saturday with a losing bonus point to show for their effo... read on
St. Ishmaels 1 Narberth 5

Narberth remain third in the Division One table after a comfortable 5-1 win at St. Ishmaels last Saturday. Prior to... read on


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