Plans to turn St Catherine's Island, one of the seaside town's most recognisable landmarks, into a tourist attraction have upset residents.
Over 1,600 men and women will be travelling to Tenby this weekend for the Ironman Wales event.
The first white rhinos to be cared for at a Welsh zoo have arrived at their new home near Tenby.
A thousand cyclists are pedalling from Cardiff to Tenby today for the annual Carten bike ride.
Money raised by the 100 mile trip goes to the Noah's Ark Children's Hospital Appeal.
Some of those taking part today were using it as training for the Heroes Challenge later this month which will cover 1200 miles by air, land and sea.
A woman has died following an incident on 16th March at her home in Tenby, Pembrokeshire.
Joanna Elizabeth Hall, 30, died at Morriston Hospital. 30-year-old Steven Daniel Williams has been charged with attempted murder.
– Spokesperson for Dyfed-Powys Police
Our thoughts and condolences are with Joanna’s family.
Despite the rain, close to 600 people took part in this morning's Boxing Day swim in Tenby.
This year's event raised money for PATCH (Pembrokeshire Action to Combat Hardship), the Tenby and District Gateway Club, the Tenby and Saundersfoot branch of the NSPCC and Meningitis UK
A man who set up a cannabis factory inside his fish and chip shop has been jailed for 20 months.
67-ear-old Brian Davies had run into financial difficulties while operating the Spinnaker chip shop in Upper Frog Street, Tenby.
Another businessman who helped him, Alistair Firth, 42, of The Green, Tenby, was also jailed for 20 months.
Mark Millard, 36, of Newbridge, Letterston, who acted as the "gardener" because of his expertise in rearing cannabis plants, was given a 12 month suspended sentence, and ordered to carry out 240 hours of community service.
They all admitted their involvement in the production of 166 cannabis plants between December 1, 2010, and April 14, 2011.
Swansea Crown Court heard that two rooms at the Spinnaker had been converted into a cannabis factory and could have yielded six kilos of the drug.
Dyfed Thomas, the barrister representing Davies, said his client had now lost everything "in a venture that was foolish from beginning to end."
Judge Keith Thomas ruled that Davies had made £15,142 out of the operation and Firth £21,912.
Two lifeboats from the Tenby RNLI station were launched yesterday afternoon, to help rescue a missing sailor.
Milford Haven Coastguard alerted them just after midday, after reports of a man in a dinghy going missing from a sailing event.
A helicopter from RAF Chivenor was also involved in the operation.
The missing man - along with his dinghy - were later found off Ginst Point. He was uninjured, and taken back to Saundersfoot.
TV presenter and wildlife park owner Anna Ryder Richardson has learnt that she will face trial next month, along with her husband, after being accused of serious breaches in health and safety regulations.
She appeared with her husband, Colin MacDougall at Haverfordwest Magistrates Court where their case was sent to crown court for trial. The couple own, jointly run and live at the Manor House Wildlife Park, in St Florence, near Tenby, west Wales.
A mother and son were urgently airlifted to hospital in 2010 after a heavy branch fell on them during at the park. Three year-old Gruff Davies-Hughes suffered serious head injuries and spent three days in intensive care. His mother, suffered a head injury and fractures to her leg, pelvis, and arm.
Anna and her husband have denied the two separate alleged breaches. Their jointly owned company, Manor House Wildlife Park Ltd, also denies two breaches to health and safety legislation.