A body has been recovered from a river in Neath this afternoon.
Crews were called just before 1pm on Wednesday.
Firefighters from Glynneath, Neath, Pontardawe and Swansea attended, along with specialist swift water rescue teams and police and ambulance personnel.
The body was recovered at around 3.26pm.
An investigation is currently underway.
Police in Neath are appealing for information after a 13-year-old girl was assaulted.
The incident happened at 4.30pm on Wednesday 4th November while the victim was walking through woods in the Bryncoch area near Princess Drive.
She was approached by a male and pushed to the ground.
The suspect is described as being aged between 15 and 16, around 5ft 8ins tall, with short dark hair and of chubby build.
He was wearing shorts and blue and white striped rugby/football socks.
The victim was initially walking with a group of friends before continuing her walk through a wooded area on her own.
She was then approached by the suspect and pushed to the ground. The motive for this assault is not known and the investigation is continuing.
Officers are appealing for any witnesses who may have seen the suspect in the area at around 4.30pm to come forward.
Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101.
The Welsh Government says it will continue to liaise with Crown Packaging UK following an announcement that it proposes to close the Neath site.
This is very disappointing news resulting from a downturn in global demand.
The Economy Minister has been briefed by representatives of the company and the Union.
We will continue to liaise with the company and union during the consultation period and consider what support we can provide.
If necessary, this could include the establishment of a task force to help employees affected by this decision.”
Local leaders in Neath say the planned closure of Crown Packaging, known locally as "The Box", will hit the area hard.
Hundreds of workers were told this morning of the proposed shut-down.
Gwenda Thomas, AM for the Neath Constituency said, "The Box" has been part of Neath for nearly 80 years and provided income for thousands of local families over this time.
As soon as I was made aware of the impending consultation, I immediately contacted the Welsh Government Minister for Economy, Science and Transport, Edwina Hart AM, and have been assured that the Welsh Government will do everything possible both during and following the consultation process to assist the company and its workforce.
I am assured that arrangements are being made for all apprentices to complete their studies and will do all I can to assist those directly and indirectly affected by this devastating blow to the employees of Crown Packaging, their families and our local economy.
Local MP Christina Rees said the news has left "a gut wrenching feeling":
This iconic Neath plant is imbedded in the town, and so many local people have links to the place. I would like to express my sincerest sympathies to the loyal workforce that have given the plant such a superb reputation.
A food packaging company at Neath says it plans to close.
Crown Packaging UK told ITV Cymru Wales it had launched a consultation with trade unions representatives concerning the proposed closure of the site on the Milland Road Industrial Estate.
We understand this will be a difficult time for all people associated with the Neath Factory and we are actively meeting with all employees at the site to explain the proposal in further detail.
Unite says 200 of its members at Crown Packaging were told on Thursday morning that the plant is to shut down due to "over capacity in the market."
Unite is calling on the Welsh Government to intervene.
This is a further body blow to the Welsh Manufacturing sector and to Neath in particular, which has suffered a series of losses of significant employers in recent years.
We call upon the Welsh Government to do everything in its power to intervene and to discuss with the company alternatives to plant closure.
Classical singer Katherine Jenkins has announced that she has given birth to a baby girl.
Introducing our daughter Aaliyah Reign Levitas, who came loudly into the world weighing almost 7lbs… https://t.co/qW9gv62jqe
Taking to Twitter Katherine from Neath said her daughter had been called Aaliyah Reign Levitas and she weighed seven pounds when she was born in New York.
Mummy is recovering well and Daddy couldn't be prouder of his two gorgeous princesses. Cwtches all round.
Introducing our daughter Aaliyah Reign Levitas, who came loudly into the world weighing almost 7lbs and surrounded by love. We are absolutely besotted with her & grateful for the beautiful blessing of this happy, healthy, little miracle. Cwtches all round ? @AndrewLevitas
Jenkins married American film director and artist Andrew Levitas in 2014.
Police are appealing for information regarding the whereabouts of 17-year-old student last seen on her way to college.
Adriana Gaborova, was last seen at around 0745 on the morning of Friday 4th September when she travelled on a bus to college in Neath from the Afan Valley, where she lives.
She was last seen wearing a pink hooded top with light blue ripped jeans and black and white trainers and carrying a purple handbag.
Anyone with information is asked to call 101 quoting occurrence number 1500326259.
Shane Williams is returning to Neath - this time as an ambassador, but he hasn’t ruled out pulling on the famous black jersey once again.
The 2008 world player of the year has agreed to lend a helping hand to the club where it all began for him in senior rugby.
Recently retired Williams will provide support for the club's coaching team and take on ambassadorial duties.
Williams turned down an approach from Merthyr RFC a fortnight ago.
If he can get himself fit enough then it would be great to see him play a few games, but it will be a question of working around his other commitments and seeing how best we can make things work for us and for him.
South Wales Police is appealing for help to find a 27-year-old man missing from the Neath area.
Jonathan Sims was last seen on Thursday 23 June, at around 5pm, when he was wearing a yellow hoodie with blue jeans.
Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101 on Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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