Pembrokeshire Council has confirmed that its controversial former chief executive Bryn Parry-Jones was given a £90,000 Porsche as his work vehicle.
The council has revealed details of the car's lease after a Freedom of Information request.
Mr Parry-Jones left his post at the council last month, with a pay-off of nearly £275,000.
He had been under scrutiny after the Wales Audit Office ruled cash payments given to him in lieu of pension contributions were unlawful.
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An announcement is due to be made today by the Welsh Government over the future of workers at a Pembrokeshire Oil refinery.
Almost 400 jobs are being lost at the site after a deal to buy it collapsed.
Leader of the task force Economy Minister Edwina Hart, said it's important to be 'realistic' about finding jobs for those affected.
Last week's announcement has been described as 'devastating news' for the people of Pembrokeshire.
The site is now due to be closed and used as a storage and distribution facility.
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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are in Wales today visiting an oil refinery in Pembrokeshire.
The Royal pair will then go on to watch the Wales Australia match at the Millennium Stadium in the capital.
Prince William is vice patron of the WRU and regularly attends international matches.
They will observe a Remembrance Tribute at the start of the match and meet injured servicemen.
The Duchess of Cambridge, pregnant with the couple's second child, has cancelled some Royal engagements over the last few months after suffering with acute morning sickness.
Two men and a woman who were arrested on Friday, following the death of a man in Pembroke Dock, have been released without charge.
50-year-old Roger Williams was found at Pater Court in the town.
Dyfed Powys police had arrested three people on suspicion of murder.
But officers have now concluded there are no suspicious circumstances surrounding his death.
Mr Williams' family has been updated and the Coroner has been informed.
The advisory notice served to Pembrokeshire Council over the settlement agreement to the chief executive Bryn Parry-Jones has been withdrawn.
Mr Parry-Jones' settlement sum of £330,000 has been reduced by £52,760.
I am pleased that Pembrokeshire Council has removed items of unlawful expenditure from its settlement agreement with the Chief Executive, Bryn Parry-Jones. For this reason, I am withdrawing the Advisory Notice I served on Tuesday and the Council is now free to proceed.
Pembrokeshire Council’s decision to enter into a settlement agreement with the chief executive, Bryn Parry-Jones, will incur unlawful expenditure according to the Wales Audit Office.
An advisory notice has been issued to stop the council from implementing their decision to enter into a settlement agreement with the Mr Parry-Jones to terminate his employment.
After careful consideration, I have reason to believe that Pembrokeshire Council will incur unlawful expenditure if it continues its current settlement agreement with the Chief Executive, Bryn Parry-Jones.
For this reason, I feel I have no option but to exercise my statutory responsibilities and take this unprecedented action.
The body of a man has been recovered from the water at the Cleddau Estuary in Pembrokeshire.
He was found around one mile off shore near Pembroke Dock this afternoon.
Dyfed Powys Police says the death is being treated as unexplained and enquiries are ongoing to identify the body.
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Ironman Wales kicked off this morning when over 2,000 athletes took to the water from Tenby’s North Beach.
The Wales event is known for being one of the toughest on the Ironman Tour and will consist of a 2 mile swim, 112 mile cycle ride and a marathon.
The athletes have until midnight to make it to the finish, with the first professional male expected to complete it within nine hours.
A young seal is has been rescued by the RSPCA after being found without her mum on a Pembrokeshire beach.
The grey seal was found on Whitesands near St David’s last week and was the first young pup of the season found in the area.
She was what we call a ‘white coat’ as she had all her fluffy white fur coat as she was so young, in fact she was only about 24 hours old. She was struggling in the surf of the sea which is unusual as pups stay on land usually till they moult their white coat at around two to three weeks old. They are then left to fend for themselves by their mothers and will take to the water.
In this case sadly there was no sign of mum, and some dogs on the beach had become interested in the pup.
The seal has now been taken into the RSPCA’s West Hatch wildlife centre for rehabilitation where she will be for some months until ready for being released back into the wild.
The RSPCA has offered some advice to anyone who finds a seal pup in future: "If you find a seal pup that looks fit and healthy and shows no signs of distress monitor it first from a safe distance for 24 hours. Please don't touch seal pups and keep dogs and other animals away from them.
"If the mother does not return within 24 hours, or you think that the pup is sick or injured – please keep a safe distance and call our 24-hour cruelty line on 0300 1234 999."