One person has been taken to hospital after a serious crash in Pembrokeshire, involving two vehicles.
Crews were called to the incident near Penblewin roundabout in Narberth just before 8 o'clock.
A spokesperson for Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service confirmed one person had been cut free from a vehicle and taken to hospital.
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Police in Pembrokeshire say they are searching for an armed man, after reports he was making threats earlier this evening.
Crews were called to the scene at Saundersfoot at 6:40 this evening.
Officers are still at the scene as the search for the suspect continues.
The man has been described as in his twenties, with dark hair and tanned skin.
He is wearing a red polo shirt, grey jacket and blue jeans.
Anyone who may have witnessed the incident or who has any information is asked to come forward.
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A summer school for five penguin chicks has opened for the Class of 2015.
Summer holiday countdown might be on for children in Wales, but for another set of youngsters, ‘school’ is about to start.
The first two penguin chicks at Folly Farm have fledged from the nest and been taken into a special penguin nursery enclosure where they will learn key penguin survival skills.
All five penguin chicks at the zoo have been named after Disney characters - Cogsworth, Bagheera, Abu, Scuttle and Thumper.
After a few months at 'Penguin school' they will graduate back into the penguin community in a few months' time.
In the wild, half of all penguin chicks won’t survive by themselves. As they are an endangered species, Folly Farm is one of many zoos that takes the young penguins into a nursery enclosure until their waterproof feathers are fully grown, and they have learned to eat independently.
Folly Farm currently has 35 penguins, including the five new chicks. The eldest penguin, at 22 years of age, is Holly, closely followed by her partner of some 20 years, Harry. Penguin life expectancy is around 22 in the wild and 30 in captivity.
Firefighters have spent five hours tackling a fire on a motor boat at Neyland in Pembrokeshire.
They were called out at around 3.30am; the boat was severely damaged but there are no reports of injuries.
Dyfed Powys Police is investigating after an assault in Solva on Sunday afternoon.
A man was taken to hospital with injuries, which aren't believed to be life-threatening.
Another man has been arrested in connection with the incident and remains in police custody.
Officers say they are not looking for anybody else in connection with the assault, but ask anyone who was in the area, particularly inside The Royal George pub between 11am and 12.45pm to contact them.
It's not just people having a hard time in hot weather - animals are struggling to stay cool too.
Monkeys, meerkats and others at Folly Farm in Kilgetty, west Wales are being treated to some homemade blood and worm ice lollies.