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Police search for missing man Gareth Silverstone

Gareth Silverstone was last seen on Saturday afternoon Credit: Dyfed Powys Police

Police say they are concerned for the welfare of 38-year-old Gareth Silverstone, who has been missing since Saturday afternoon.

Mr Silverstone, from Kidwelly, was last seen in Carmarthen. Police say he is approximately 6ft tall with a slim build and brown hair.

He is known to have links to Carmarthen, Llangain and Pembrokeshire. Anybody with more information is asked to call 101.

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Pedestrian seriously injured in Llanelli crash

The collision happened on Sandy Road, Llanelli Credit: Google Maps

A woman is in hospital with serious injuries after being hit by a car during the early hours of Sunday morning.

The 51-year-old pedestrian was on Sandy Road, Llanelli at approximately 3am when she was in collision with a black Skoda car.

She was taken to hospital in Cardiff where she currently remains.

Police are appealing for any witnesses to come forward.

Project launches to 'find out more' about Welsh coastlines

People with a passion for the sea are being encouraged to get involved in a new coastal project, aimed at furthering our understanding of marine life.

Cattle graze along the Pembrokeshire Coast Path near Manorbier Credit: PA

Organisers of 'Capturing Our Coast', funded through the Heritage Lottery Fund, say the new project is designed to find out more about the species that live on our shores and how we can protect them.

Data will be collected from the coastline in Pembrokeshire, right round to Somerset and down to north Devon.

The data we collect will fill key knowledge gaps such as geographical species distributions, movement of warm water species , and occurrences of invasive non-native species.

– Dr Heather Sugden, Co-Principal Investigator

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Decision delated on plans to redevelop St. Catherine's Island

Plans to redevelop St. Catherine's Island have been delayed at a committee hearing due to lack of information from other parties.

A revised plan, which includes restoring the Napoleonic fort on the island was recommended for approval after a previous application was turned down in 2013.

A spokesperson for Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority said:

“Due to the lack of information from the statutory consultees, Members of the National Park Authority have decided to defer the application.”

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