A 57-YEAR-old man from west Wales was jailed for life in May, after raping his own daughters and keeping one of them prisoner in his home.

Judge Geraint Walters said the man’s offending has plunged new depths of depravity.

After 34 years of helping create hundreds of local jobs, Pembrokeshire Business Initiative (PBI) closed this month.

The move followed cuts to European funding, and reduction of working contracts.

Pupils got a ‘sneak peek’ of Haverfordwest’s new Welsh-medium school Ysgol Caer Elen, ahead of its opening in September.

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The county’s first ever sensory ‘toy library’ was launched in Milford Haven.

Local families can now borrow Braille boardgames, light-up toys and massage mats specially chosen for children with physical or learning disabilities.

Hundreds of people paraded through the streets of Pembroke Dock in fancy dress in May, to mark local links with the famous movie franchise.

The Millennium Falcon, used in the movie The Empire Strikes Back, was built in the town.

Organisers said they hoped the parade will take place again in 2019.

A respected local GP urged Hywel Dda health board to look at a ‘fourth option’ for its healthcare transformation plans, one that involved building a new hospital in Pembrokeshire.

Dr Roger Burns said the threat to Pembrokeshire from removing its general hospital would be “bigger than it is for anywhere else in the area”.

But a senior consultant at Glangwili, Jeremy Williams, spoke in favour of Hywel Dda’s plans.

He said A&E units across the region were under huge pressure, and the skills of front line staff could be better utilised if spread across fewer centres.