Launched in 2004, we broadcast online and regularly on FM to listeners around the Haven and across the world with a mix of music, local news and friendly chat.
We are a not for profit community media company run by volunteers for the social and economic regeneration of the communities around the Haven waterway.
A WOMAN woke in the early hours of the morning to find her former boyfriend standing in her bedroom with a knife, a court has been told.
The owner of a Pembrokeshire fast food outlet has been fined a total of £3,000 by Haverfordwest Magistrates after admitting to three food hygiene offences.
WALES’ only Military Cemetery in Pembroke Dock has been fully restored to its former glory in time for the centenary of the First World War.
LOCAL people will now be able to buy fresh fruit and vegetables at affordable prices, at Pembrokeshire’s newest food co-operative.
CALLING all Pembrokeshire petrol heads.
"The hallway is crowded with so many people," one girl wrote to her father as those on board contacted relatives from the ship.
Hundreds remain missing as a man believed to be the South Korean vessel's captain says he is "deeply ashamed".
Londoners are set to endure major disruption for the second time this year as tube workers announce walkouts in April and May.
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