Four children from Llanelli at the centre of a nationwide hunt have been found by police in Gwent.
Four children missing from Llanelli have now been found safe and well. A nationwide hunt was ordered by a High Court judge on Tuesday.
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Dorothy Squires' life is now the focus of a new play at the Sherman theatre in Cardiff.
She is played by none other than Ruth Madoc, who visited ITV to discuss the production.
"My role is when we meet Dorothy when she's gone to Trebanog, which is where she ended her days" she says.
"It's her reminiscing about her life - and it was a heck of life!" she says.
"The other side of the stage, you have a lovely young lady emulating her when she was younger, and singing all her songs".
"I remember her very well. She was an icon".
A blue plaque has been unveiled in Llanelli this week to honour 1950s singing star Dorothy Squires. She was born in the town and went on to become Britain's highest paid female singer of the day.
She often sang to sell out crowds at the London Palladium, and was famous for her turbulent marriage to Sir Roger Moore. She also fell from wealth to abject poverty.
Hannah Thomas looks back at her life.
This archive video shows Dorothy Squires on a return trip to Llanelli in 1966.
She describes how she started out singing with a local band, and how she used to sneak out of the house to get changed in a telephone box - as her father didn't want her to go into showbusiness.
Cardiff theatre Sherman Cymru is currently putting on a production called 'Say It With Flowers', inspired by Dorothy Squires' life and featuring some of her songs.
The theatre says Dorothy "was the pint-sized phenomenon who rose from the Llanelli tin works to the heights of the West End and Broadway to become one of Britain's most successful performers."
"Her life was as dramatic as her songs and was often the focus of media attention; her electrifying on-stage presence, her sell-out comeback at the London Palladium and her tempestuous marriage to Roger Moore, were overshadowed by her predilection for litigation and battles with Rupert Murdoch."
A play inspired by Dorothy's life is currently being staged at Sherman Cymru in Cardiff.
Dyfed Powys Police are appealing for information after a man's body was found at a car park in the centre of Llanelli late last night. Officers says they are not treating the 20-year-old's death as suspicious.
– Karen Wallin, Special Olympics GB CEO
"This is a fabulous reward and opportunity for our seven skiers who represented Great Britain in South Korea at the World Winter Games with such pride, passion and honour.
"It was a record number of medals that our team brought home and each one of our skiers performed at their very own personal best.
"We are so proud of our Special Olympics GB ski team and this Downing Street event is a fitting conclusion."
Llanelli's Elizabeth Allen will celebrate her success at the recent World Winter Games with a visit to Downing Street today. The athlete has just returned from competition in South Korea where she won two gold medals and one silver at the games.
Elizabeth is one of seven members of the Special Olympics GB's ski team and will be taken on a tour of Downing Street.
– Mark Langman, Network Rail route managing director, Wales
This new viaduct and redoubling of the railway through Gowerton will remove the current bottleneck created by the stretch of single line and provide capacity to run more trains in the future.
This project joins a number of other rail improvement projects in South and West Wales that will help deliver better journeys and boost economic growth in the area.
As well as making it easier to travel to and from West Wales, they will help to boost local employment opportunities.
Network Rail video
Network Rail and Arriva Trains Wales say the new Loughor Viaduct will carry improved train services to West Wales.
It will carry two tracks between Swansea and Llanelli instead of the previous one.