A man has been arrested in Narberth after police received a number of calls that he may have been in possession of a knife.
Police and armed units were called to the area just after 9pm yesterday evening. A man was arrested at an address in Market Square without incident.
A 27-year-old man remains in police custody in Haverfordwest.
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.
Hywel Dda University Health Board says it welcomes today’s announcement on restructuring specialist baby care services, saying the proposals will make women and children’s services "safe and sustainable".
Health Minister Mark Drakeford has confirmed proposals to restructure specialist neonatal care in West Wales.
- A Level 2 Neonatal Unit is established at Glangwili Hospital in Carmarthen.
- 'Midwifery-led' obstetric and maternity services at Bronglais and Withybush hospitals.
- Consultant obstetric support to remain at Withybush until the new model is established.
- A 'phased introduction' for the plans.
Teams based at Glangwili would provide 24/7 emergency care across the entire Health Board area.
The changes come after a panel of experts concluded the restructure would 'provide an improved service for mothers and babies'.
An independent evaluation of the impact of the revised services will also be carried out in twelve months time.
What happens when you can't fill a work rota? Maybe there's a few extra tasks to pick up or somebody is called in as temporary cover. Those solutions are fine for an office but for a hospital it's a lot more complex.
In some highly complex areas like neonatal care, vacancies are not uncommon and it puts pressure on trainee doctors. There is demand for doctors to work at night in one hospital, not spread over different locations.
A proposed solution in West Wales has been to move services for the most complex births away from Withybush Hospital in Haverfordwest to Glangwili Hospital around 30 miles away. Later today the Health Minister is expected to endorse those plans.
How you view this depends on which side of the fence you sit. Hospital managers believe it move would provide better and safer care. Opponents say it would endanger lives. The health board - Hywel Dda has said some maternity services would remain at the hospital.
In making his decision Mark Drakeford is likely to point at expert advise he has received but protesters are highly unlikely to accept it. The threat of legal action from campaigners hang over this decision. Today is unlikely to be the end of the story.
The Health Minister Mark Drakeford is expected to approve plans to change specialist baby services in Haverfordwest later.
The Hywel Dda Health Board wants to move special care away from Withybush hospital to another 30 miles away.
The health board says that changes are needed in order to provide a safe level of care.
A mental health charity has slammed supermarket giant Tesco for a motivational poster for staff at its store in Haverfordwest - which showed a man pretending to shoot himself in the head.
The poster said "Goodbye Haverfordwest - It's Been Nice Knowing You!" alongside details of falling sales figures.
Tesco has now apologised and taken it down.
Ruth Coombs from Mind Cymru said: "We’re very disappointed to see this image and the lack of mental health awareness shown by Tesco. Suicide is a very serious issue, which affects hundreds of people each year."
A worker at the Haverfordwest store took a photo of the poster, and complained to managers.
He said: "It wasn't funny or inspirational - it was just a bit sick."
A Tesco spokesperson said: "This was clearly an error of judgement, in one store. The person responsible for the poster has apologised and it has been removed."