Police in Llanelli say they are concerned for the welfare of missing 45-year-old woman Tracey Jane Williams.
She was last seen at around 12.30pm today, leaving Prince Philip Hospital in Llanelli.
Mrs Williams has been unwell recently, and her family are worried about her welfare.
She was last seen wearing black leggings, a navy hoodie gillet over a purple fleece jumper, and navy crocks. She was carrying a blue floral handbag.
Dyfed-Powys Police urges anyone with information to contact 101.
Supermarket chain Morrisons has issued an update after a number of cars broke down after filling up at its petrol station in Carmarthen.
It says a batch of unleaded petrol from the Milford Haven Refinery "may have been contaminated with water."
Deliveries to stores in Carmarthen and also Llanelli appear to have been from the affected batch.
Morrisons sources its unleaded petrol from the Milford Haven Refinery, which has confirmed to us that a batch of fuel may have been contaminated with water.
Deliveries to two Morrisons stores – Carmarthen and Llanelli – appear to have been from the affected batch. As soon as we became aware of the problem we immediately took the unleaded off sale at these sites.
We apologise to those motorists affected and are doing everything we can to support them. Customers affected will be reimbursed for their fuel, vehicle recovery and any repairs which are needed.
The A484 is closed in both directions in Llanelli after an accident between the Swansea Castle Roundabout and the Parc Trostre Roundabout.
The Scarlets have lost against Toulon. The final score at the Stade Mayol was 28 - 18. The score at half time had seen the Scarlets trail by just five points but Toulon were able to capitalise further in the second half to gain a comfortable lead. A late second half score by winger Kristian Phillips meant that the Scarlets trailed by 10 points at the final whistle.
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A businessman was caught drink driving - in a horse and cart.
Andrew Thomas, 52, jumped in the horse-drawn carriage after a night drinking with friends at his local pub.
Police pulled over the cart in Llanelli, West Wales, and found that Thomas was intoxicated.
He appeared before magistrates where he admitted being drunk in charge of an animal.
Magistrates bound him over to keep the peace for six months warning him to avoid using a horse and cart when drunk.
Scarlets clash with Gloucester in a pre-season friendly today, taking a strong side including Rhys Priestland, Liam Williams and new club captain Ken Owens to the Premiership outfit.
In only his second game in charge of the region, coach Wayne Pivac will be hoping his side pick up more match sharpness, with the Pro12 season around the corner.
The friendly comes off the back of an entertaining draw with Bath two weeks ago - the sides battling out a 26-26 draw at the Rec.
Police in Llanelli are concerned for missing 15-year-old Sophie Evans, from the Stradey area of Llanelli.
Her mother last heard her around the house this morning.
She is described as approximately 5’3 tall, of slight build, with thin, wispy brown hair.
She may have been wearing a lilac zip-up hooded top, and carrying a black and grey Reebok rucksack.
If anyone sees Sophie, or has any information in relation to her whereabouts, please contact police by calling 101.
In the run-up to the release of the water voles lots of work has been done to make the habitat suitable. Ditches have been cleared and fenced to make them suitable for water voles as well as monitoring and trapping mink in the areas around Ffrwd Farm reserve.
“We are really excited to be involved in this project and to know it will see the return of the water voles to this area, after so many years of their absence. We have worked in partnership with Natural Resources Wales on this site for many years to improve the quality of the habitat, and this project really builds on all that hard work. Ffrwd Farm is a beautiful nature reserve, and water voles were once common in this area. It’s wonderful to think we could see that again.”
The UK’s population of water voles has reduced by up to 95 per cent since the 1960s but it's hoped that the release of 100 young voles at a nature reserve just outside Llanelli will help boost the population.
“Water voles were once common in rivers, canals and ponds across Wales.
“But habitat loss and predation by American mink means that they have suffered a huge decline in the last few decades and are now highly endangered.
“Setting up this new population in an ideal site is an important step to give them a better chance of survival in West Wales.
“From here the voles will be able to disperse into the surrounding landscape to re-colonise the ditch systems where they were once common.
“In the longer term, we hope that they will link up with existing populations in Llanelli and Laugharne.”