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.