A police investigation into the handling of Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire county councils' handling of tax payers money has found "no evidence of criminal offences."
Gloucestershire Constabulary launched an investigation into the two councils in February after the publication of three Wales Audit Office reports that found that the two councils had acted unlawfully.
Gloucestershire Constabulary have now completed their enquiries and have confirmed that following an objective and independent analysis of the evidence, they did not find any evidence to suggest that any criminal offences had taken place. On the basis of this, the police will be taking no further action in relation to these mattes. Both local authorities have been advised of this decision.
The matter was referred to Gloucestershire Constabulary due to the close working relationship between Dyfed-Powys Police and both local authorities involved.
A motorcyclist has died and two other people have been injured on the A489 in Powys.
Police were called to the road between Newtown and Kerry at approximately 11.50am Sunday morning.
The collision involved a yellow Suzuki Wagon, a blue Ford Galaxy, a green MG ZR and a black Honda CBR motorcycle.
The road was closed for over six hours and is expected to open again later this evening.
Dyfed Powys Police say it has informed the motorcyclist's next of kin.
Police are appealing for any witnesses to the collision, or anyone travelling along that stretch of road at the relevant time to contact them on 101.
Police are investigating why a man was laying unconscious man on a carriage way in Haverfordwest earlier today. He was discovered by a passing motorist at 12 40 this morning on Cartlett Road. Dyfed Powys police are asking anyone with information to come forward.
A ten-year-old girl is in hospital in a critical condition following a car crash. The incident happened on Freemans Way, Haverfordwest, at 12:22 this afternoon. The road is currently closed. Anyone with information is urged to contact police on 101.
Dyfed Powys Police says two suspended officers will return to active duty after being given 'a final written warning'.
Dyfed Powys Police can confirm that two officers who were suspended from duty pending an internal misconduct investigation, have been issued with a final written warning.
The decision was made by an independent panel chaired by a Chief Officer from another Police Force.
The officers will recommence their duties in due course.
A woman who lives next door to the house raided by armed police in Llanelli described the scene as she arrived home from work. Siobhan Thomas, who lives on Maes Yr Haf, was greeted by the sight of armed police.
"I came home from work at about half past four and I could see that there were loads of armed policemen outside my front door."
It's been absolutely terrifying. This has been completely out of the blue. It's always been just families living in this area. So to come home and see a lot of armed policemen is absolutely out of character for the area."
ITV Wales News has been told the incident is at Maes yr Haf estate area of Pwll.
A neighbour told ITV Wales Cymru that she had heard two gunshots about 50 minutes ago.
Dyfed Powys Police say they are attending an incident in the Pwll area of Llanelli.
Officers were called out at around 3.20pm this afternoon.
The section of the road is currently closed for the safety of the public and the ongoing police operation.