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THE family of an 88-year-old Fishguard woman have slammed BT for leaving her without a phone line for nearly five months.

Ruby Havard, who lives at Havard Stables, Dinas Cross, had asked the telecommunications firm to transfer her phone line... read on

Devastated family members have paid tribute to an “outstanding” Fishguard primary school teacher who died from her injuries following a crash on Tuesday morning. read on...
MORE needs to be done to attract people to use the “vital” Fishguard to Rosslare ferry route, politicians and tourism chiefs have said, as figures show that passenger numbers have more than halved since 1998. read on...


RHYS Dalling scored a well-taken hat-trick as second-placed Goodwick United kept up their pressure on leaders Hakin United with a solid 3-0 win over Pennar Robins in the Mander-wood Pembrokeshire League division one. With five league games to go, Goodwick are level on points with Hakin at the top, but having played three more matches than the leaders, and they will aim to consolidate runnersup spot at home to Hundleton this weekend. After a delayed kick-off against Pennar, Goodwick started brightly, and they opened the scoring on 25 minutes when James Evans chipped a through ball to Dalling, who chipped the keeper from the corner of the 18 yard box. Ten minutes later, the hosts doubled their lead when Evans carved out another chance for the lively Dalling to score his second goal with a neat chip over the visiting keeper. Pennar looked to hit back, but they were unable to break down a well organised back four, well marshalled by experienced campaigner Nigel Delaney, and it sta... read on



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