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Pembrokeshire County Council has deployed workmen to at least four locations along the Welsh coast this morning to respond to tidal flooding.
A number of coastal roads have been blocked by debris and pebbles shifted by large waves and a high tide, a statement said.
The remains of an ancient forest has been uncovered by a week of severe new year storms.
Hidden under a dense pebble bank sea defence, the ancient forest became visible on the beach at Newgale, west Wales, only after the severe weather had died down.
Archaeologists from the National Park Authority (NPA) are now battling against time to ensure that vulnerable parts of the submerged forest are protected.
Phil Bennett, NPA culture and heritage manager, said: "The storms and high seas have pushed the pebble bank back and scoured the sand, exposing the remains of this woodland. We have been able to identify some recognisable timbers from the Mesolithic period.
"Ten thousand years ago this woodland area would have been visited by hunter gatherer bands from time to time, looking for game and collecting edible plants, nuts and berries as these resources became available during the year."
Council workers are now covering the most vulnerable parts of the forest with pebbles, as extended exposure to the sun will dry it out and it will be lost.
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A 20-stone footballer from Milford Haven has become a worldwide internet sensation after he was secretly filmed practising his incredible soccer skills.
Visitors to Pembrokeshire were astonished when they saw Andrew Cassidy, 50, having a kick around in a car park. They could not believe his Maradona-style skills and filmed it from their parked car.
The video was posted onto the internet where it went viral and has had more than one million hits on YouTube.
Our thoughts are with Ranger Michael Maguire’s family and friends at this very difficult time.
We will look very closely at the Coroner’s comments to ensure that we make all the necessary changes to prevent an accident of this nature happening again.
There are still ongoing investigations into Ranger Michael Maguire’s death so it is not appropriate for us to comment further.
Ranger Michael Maguire was on his lunch break in a "safe area" at the range and had taken off his helmet when he was hit in the head by a bullet, an inquest into his death heard.
He had joined the Royal Irish Regiment in 2010, and survived a tour in Afghanistan.
The inquest in Cardiff heard shooting targets had been set up wrongly and were in "dangerous positions."
It was told the cause of death was a gunshot wound to the head.
The jury returned a verdict of unlawful killing.
Investigations by the military and the Health and Safety Executive are underway.