Murco has denied rumours the refinery will close and says it is working with a potential buyer who wants to run the site as a business.
Damion Buckingham, from Milford Haven, is one of our four finalists as we look for Wales' Local Hero.
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A grieving mother has described a report into her daughter's death as 'a disgrace'. 14-year-old Seren Bernard was in the care of Pembrokeshire social services when she was found dead in April 2012.
A report by the Local Safeguarding Children Board concluded that it may not have been possible to prevent her death.
But Seren's mother Sarah Pollock has dismissed the report and says she wants an independent review of the case. Kevin Ashford reports.
A mother has described a council report into her daughter's death as "a disgrace". 14-year-old Seren Bernard was in the care of Pembrokeshire when she was found dead.
– Sarah Pollock, mother of Seren Bernard
I believe it was a failing to recognise her problems and put preventative measures in place that we ended up with this tragedy.
I believe that my daughter's death can only be a lesson. Please make it a lesson.
A report by the local Safeguarding Children Board concluded that Seren's death may not have been prevented. Her mother Sarah Pollock has dismissed the report and says she wants an independent review of the case.
A mother has dismissed a report which said her daughter's death may not have been prevented.
Sarah Pollock's daughter, Seren Bernard, was under the care of social services when her body was found in Milford Haven in April 2012.
A spokesperson for the Local Safeguarding Children Board said lessons can always be learned and it is fully committed to implementing the recommendations made.
There's a replacement bus service running on Arriva Trains Wales between Milford Haven and Haverfordwest after a derailment at Milford Haven.
More than 200 youngsters have walked out of a school in Pembrokeshire after a teenager was removed from lessons because he had his head shaved for charity.
Rhys Johnson wanted to raise money for cancer research after three relatives were diagnosed with the disease - but he and his mother were warned that the planned haircut would breach the school's rules on pupils' appearance.
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Hundreds of pupils chanted support for classmate Rhys Johnson outside Milford Haven School this morning.
He was removed from lessons this week, after shaving his head for charity.
He wanted to raise money for cancer research after three relatives were diagnosed with the disease - but the school said it warned him of the consequence before he did it, and that its rules on uniform and appearance had to be consistently applied.
Milford Haven School said Rhys Johnson and his mother "were informed of the consequences of breaking the uniform and appearance rules prior to doing so."
The school said: "to be fair to all pupils, rules must be consistently applied."
When the rules were broken an appropriate sanction was enforced, namely supervised study.
This was a short-term measure which was clearly communicated and a return to the pupil’s normal timetable would have been effective once he complied with the school’s ruling.
At Milford Haven School we believe it is important to maintain high standards in every aspect of school, life, including uniform and appearance.
The reason for such policies is that there is a clear link between maintaining high standards in school behaviour and academic achievement.
– Milford Haven School spokesperson
And to be fair to all our pupils, these rules must be consistently applied.
Pupils and parents are frequently reminded of this and the vast majority are fully supportive.
This issue has not arisen as a result of raising funds. It has arisen because of a clear breach of school rules.
Pupils at Milford Haven School are widely praised for the work they do together in raising funds for many charities. However, this work is carried out within the boundaries of the school rules.
Milford Haven School said this morning's demonstration by some pupils was "disappointing and ill-advised", but that "lessons for the vast majority of pupils continued as normal.”
Rhys Johnson's mother, Lucy O'Neill, told ITV News that he will be allowed back in lessons on Monday after being removed for a week.
Pembrokeshire County Council has said Milford Haven School "is acting appropriately" in removing a schoolboy from lessons, after he shaved his head for charity, as school policy had been "disregarded."
– Pembrokeshire County Council spokesperson
School policy is set by a school’s Governing Body and implemented by the Headteacher and school staff.
When this policy is disregarded by a pupil – and in this instance the policy has been clearly communicated to the pupil concerned - the school is acting appropriately in enforcing its policy.