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Council chief's settlement reduced by £50,000

Bryn Parry-Jones Credit: Pembrokeshire Council

The advisory notice served to Pembrokeshire Council over the settlement agreement to the chief executive Bryn Parry-Jones has been withdrawn.

Mr Parry-Jones' settlement sum of £330,000 has been reduced by £52,760.

I am pleased that Pembrokeshire Council has removed items of unlawful expenditure from its settlement agreement with the Chief Executive, Bryn Parry-Jones. For this reason, I am withdrawing the Advisory Notice I served on Tuesday and the Council is now free to proceed.

– Appointed Auditor, Anthony Barrett


Send us your spooky pet pictures for Halloween

As it's coming up to Halloween we're looking for your spooky pet pictures!

You can take inspiration from Gabe from Greyhound Rescue Wales (pictured below) who is dressed up as Count Dracula.

Send us your pictures to, and we'll feature them online and in our programme Wales at Six.

Take inspiration from Gabe Dracula Credit: Jonathan Baker / Greyhound Rescue Wales

Minister pledges simpler, more focused EU projects

Welsh Finance Minister Jane Hutt says the next round of programmes funded by European money must be more flexible, simpler and 'more focused' than in previous years. She was responding to the news that agreement has been reached paving the way for a new programme of funding worth £2bn to Wales.

She also said Welsh Government plans for a Metro scheme linking public transport in south eastern parts of Wales will be a likely beneficiary of the money.

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