Little Haven in Pembrokeshire has been declared Wales's first smoke-free beach.
The voluntary ban - which also applies to e-cigarettes - comes into effect today, National No Smoking Day, and is for a trial period of 12 months.
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It's been 20 years since the oil tanker got into trouble off the coast of Pembrokeshire and tonnes of crude oil poured into the sea.Read the full story ›
A domestic violence victim and the family of a disabled teenager have won an appeal challenging the so-called ''bedroom tax''.Read the full story ›
The family of a severely disabled teenager from Pembrokeshire have won a High Court challenge over the 'bedroom tax'.Read the full story ›
Angle VC School, Orielton CP School and Stackpole VC School are set to close to make way for a new school.Read the full story ›
Police are appealing for information to locate a 54-year-old missing woman.
Officers say they have "concerns for her welfare".
Dyfed Powys Police says Angela Harrop from Login, Whitland in Pembrokeshire was last seen driving a Mitsubushi L200.
Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101.
Sean Bowen from Pembrokeshire walked away with two Lester awards last night at a ceremony that celebrates jockeys and their achievements.
The 18-year-old was entered in the Champion Conditional Jockey category, at the event which is considered the 'Oscars' of the horse racing world.
He won his first award for 'Racing Excellence Conditional Jockey of the Year' and a second for 'AtTheRaces Jump Ride of the Year'.
The teenager is one of the youngest ever riders to take part in the Grand National and was crowned champion conditional jockey by AP McCoy in April.
Sean is the son of Welsh trainers Peter and Karen Bowen from Haverfordwest but now works for champion trainer Paul Nicholls.
Thanks for all the messages unbelievable to win two Lesters
A warning has gone out that several hundred stoves were incorrectly fitted by a Pembrokeshire installer.Read the full story ›
The A477 Cleddau Bridge is closed to high sided vehicles because of strong winds between Pembroke Dock and Neyland.
An inquiry into the Chevron blast in Pembrokeshire in 2011 - which killed four - finds "insufficent evidence" for corporate manslaughter.Read the full story ›