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Man jailed for intent to deal heroin and crack cocaine

A man has been sentenced to four years in prison for possession with intent to supply drugs - namely heroin and crack cocaine.

Ivan Lesley Hoadley was caught twice with drugs. Credit: Dyfed Powys Police

Ivan Lesley Hoadley, aged 37, of Larch Road, Milford Haven, was arrested at Milford Haven Train Station in May for being found in possession of heroin and four rocks of crack cocaine.

While on police bail he was arrested again and once more was found to have heroin and crack cocaine on him.

He was sentenced at Swansea Crown Court.

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Motorcyclist killed in weekend crash named

Police have named a motorcyclist who died as a result of a road traffic collision on the A489 over the weekend as Nigel Christopher Thompson.

The 49 year old was from the West Midlands area.

Nigel Christopher Thompson was from the West Midlands area. Credit: Dyfed Powys Police / Family Photo

Mr Thompson was involved in the two vehicle collision on Sunday morning between Kerry and Sarn. Mr Thompson was riding a motorcycle, the other vehicle was a mini bus with three persons on board.

More: Three motorcyclists killed in crashes just hours apart

WATCH: Stranded couple saved from cliffs by lifeguards

RNLI lifeguards were contacted by relatives of two people who had gone missing off a coastal path in Pembrokeshire.

The pair were spotted by Helm Sam Ellison and fellow lifeguard Ben Rogers on the coastline between Newgale and neighbouring Penycwm, cut off from the coastal path by the incoming tide.

They had no way of returning to the beach or the path by themselves, but were brought on board the rescue boat and brought safely round to Newgale to be runited with their relatives.

Fast moving tides mean it van be easy to get cut off, so seeking advice on safe places to walk and checking tide times before setting out is essential. The people in this rescue had done the right thing and informed relatives when to expect them home so the alarm was raised.

– Stu Penfold, RNLI lifeguard supervisor

£89 million for traineeships in Wales

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Deputy Minister for Skills and Technology, Julie James, says the EU has approved funding of £28 million towards the investment.

She says it will provide support for 24,762 young people over the next four years.

Our Traineeship Programme helps young people who want to work but need that extra helping hand. 68% of learners who left the Traineeships programmes in 2013-14 had a positive progression into employment or learning at a higher level

– Julie James, Deputy Minister for Skills and Technology
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