A Welsh council is facing two separate demands for intervention over how it safeguards some of the most vulnerable children in its communities.
The education inspectors Estyn have issued a damming report on the leadership of services in Pembrokeshire. They say the authority should be put into special measures.
Meanwhile, the Auditor General for Wales says his team have found a "a lack of progress" in safeguarding children. That's despite a series of scathing reports in the past, as Owain Phillips reports.
The Audit Office says despite some improvements, underlying issues have still not been tackled and the authority needs more help.
The latest report into child protection services in Pembrokeshire finds that whilst there have been improvements, more needs to be done.
Council leader Jamie Adams insists it has made good progress, but accepts there is more to do be done to improve children's services.