Two people have been killed and another seriously injured following a road collision near Narberth.
The incident happened at around 1:25am this morning and involved a yellow Volkwagen Beetle travelling on the B4314, at the junction for Llan Mill/Lampeter Velfrey and the road between Narberth and Princes Gate.
The male driver and female passenger died, whilst another male passenger was taken to Glangwili Hospital where he remains in a "serious but stable" condition. The next of kin have been informed and are being supported by specialist officers.
The road was closed but has since re-opened.
Princes Gate Spring Water has announced plans to invest £5.5 million in a major expansion project, which aims to double staff numbers and more than triple production volumes.
As part of the project, the Narberth-based business is investing in a new bottling line, which is capable of producing 37,000 bottles an hour - increasing their annual production to a potential 370 million.
The expansion is being supported by £250,000 business finance from the Welsh Government.
Over the next three years the company is expected to create 25 new jobs, bringing the total number of people working on site to over 50.
Locals in Narbeth have begun a campaign to keep a colourful piece of 'graffiti' on the walls of the town's arts centre.
The work has already created a lot of attention - and now more than 200 people have now signed a petition after Pembrokeshire council said the artwork needed planning permission.
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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.
A museum in west Wales which reopened nine years after volunteers launched a campaign to find it a home has been shortlisted for the UK's richest arts prize.
Narberth Museum, in Pembrokeshire faced an uncertain future when it was forced to close its doors in 2003 following the sale of its home. But it reopened last summer, in a former whisky and brandy warehouse, after volunteers spent eight years raising funds.