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Fines imposed after Trading Standards investigation

A landscape gardener has been fined after complaints led to a Pembrokeshire County Council Trading Standards investigation.

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Substantial fines for farmers who knowingly kept cattle with bovine TB reactors on farm

Three members of a Pembrokeshire farming family have been sentenced for deliberately swapping cattle ear tags; actions that saw animals with Bovine Tuberculosis (TB) reactors remain on the farm.

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Rogue roofer handed suspended prison sentence

A rogue roofer who carried out work that wasn’t required on the home of a vulnerable couple and charged them thousands of pounds has been sentenced to a suspended prison term of 15 months.

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Loud music prosecution shows commitment to tackle anti-social behaviour

The prosecution of a woman who ignored an order to stop playing loud music shows Pembrokeshire County Council’s determination to clamp down on anti-social behaviour, a Cabinet Member has said.

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Private water supply users urged to have contingency plans in place

A new document produced by Pembrokeshire County Council encourages users of private water supplies to think about the safety and sufficiency of their supply and plan for the future.

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Council removes animals to prevent suffering

Pembrokeshire County Council’s Animal Health and Welfare team, as part of a multi-agency operation on Tuesday 18th April, seized livestock and dogs from land at the Ridgeway, Lamphey.

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Suspended prison sentences for operators of Pembrokeshire based seafood company

Repeated non-compliance with food safety legislation and deliberate breaches of statutory notices served by Environmental Health Officers to protect the health of consumers has resulted in suspended prison sentences for two food business operators in Pembrokeshire.