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.
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.
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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.”
A boy has been taken to hospital after being involved in a collision with a car in Milford Haven.
Police were called to Great North Road just after 4pm where paramedics were also at the scene.
The boy was taken to Morriston Hospital via police helicopter. His condition is currently unclear.
Police say there will be traffic diversions in place from Steynton for a period of time.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are in Wales today visiting an oil refinery in Pembrokeshire.
The Royal pair will then go on to watch the Wales Australia match at the Millennium Stadium in the capital.
Prince William is vice patron of the WRU and regularly attends international matches.
They will observe a Remembrance Tribute at the start of the match and meet injured servicemen.
The Duchess of Cambridge, pregnant with the couple's second child, has cancelled some Royal engagements over the last few months after suffering with acute morning sickness.
A Welsh coastal town is swooping down on seagulls.
Tenby has launched a trial of seagull proof rubbish bags to reduce street litter which it hopes will deter gulls and other animals from attacking kerbside waste.
The two month trial is a joint initiative between Pembrokeshire County Council and Tenby Town Council.
Householders in selected streets have been written to about the scheme and offered gull proof bags free of charge for the duration of the pilot.
If the trial proves successful then the bags, which are re-useable, will be made available for sale to residents who want them on a permanent basis.
Dyfed Powys Police are investigating a motorcycle crash that killed its 32-year-old rider and left a seven-year-old passenger in a critical condition in hospital.
The off road bike crashed under the bridge at New Road, Furnace, Llanelli at 10pm on June 21st.
The bike's rider later died at Morriston Hospital.
The seven-year-old, who was riding pillion, is in a serious condition at the University Hospital of Wales.
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