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Police charged with £30,000 theft

Two serving officers and a former colleague appear in court accused of stealing a total of £30,000 following a police raid.

Man 'burnt to death' in factory oven

A company director and an electrician from north Wales deny health and safety charges after a factory worker died when he became trapped in an industrial oven.

Sheffield United retract Evans offer

Sheffield United retract their offer to let convicted rapist Ched Evans use their training facilities following the Welshman's release from prison.

Biggest council consults on cuts

Wales' largest council will consult with the public on proposals to save more than £48m.

More A44 safety work after crash

Work is continuing to improve safety on the A44 following the deaths of four people in a crash on the road in June, the transport minister says.

Cancer petition delivered to No 10

David Cameron is handed a petition with nearly 100,000 signatures calling for equal access to cancer treatments in Wales.

Wales' Halfpenny relieved to start

Full-back Leigh Halfpenny is glad to have his Wales place back after suffering concussion against Australia two weeks ago.

Workers 'right' to toilet breaks

Workers have a right to toilet breaks, a government minister confirms, after a Welsh MP raised the case of a man who had his pay docked over the issue.

Merger 'might not save money'

A south Wales council says it will not merge voluntarily with a neighbouring authority because it might not save money.

City 'not hotbed of radicalisation'

Cardiff is not a hotbed of radicalisation or extremism, says a community leader.

Unions agree Wales-only NHS pay deal

Union leaders accept the first Wales-only pay deal offered to NHS staff.

1,100 jobs created across Wales

More than 1,100 jobs are announced by six companies across Wales.

Police helicopter to stay in the sky

Fears the Dyfed-Powys Police helicopter would be withdrawn from service are allayed after it is confirmed it is to remain patrolling the skies.

'City deal' call to boost transport

A "city deal" to boost transport investment in south Wales should be agreed by the UK government, the leader of Cardiff council says.

£1.1bn Europe aid priorities agreed

The way Wales spends £1.1bn in European cash is given the go-ahead by the EU Commission.

Police officer's speed fine 'cheat'

A South Wales Police officer tried to cheat his way out of a speeding ticket by changing his car number plates, a court hears.

Rare whale rescued on Anglesey beach

Rescuers refloat a rare whale after it strands itself on a beach at Anglesey

Michael Sheen launches child scheme

Actor and Unicef ambassador Michael Sheen launches scheme to protect children's rights.

Traveller sites earmarked by council

Two potential sites are earmarked for Gypsy and traveller communities following recent unlawful camps in Conwy county.

Milk price cut 'biting' for farmers

Dairy farmers are struggling as the effect of price cuts starts to bite, an industry leader in Wales warns.

Traffic wardens to get body cameras

Civil Enforcement Officers issued with cameras to be worn on their clothes to improve their personal safety.

Wrexham leisure centre back on track

Plas Madoc leisure centre, now renamed Splash Magic, is due to re-open in time for the Christmas season thanks to the hard work of a small army of local volunteers.

Man dies in property fire in Rhyl

A joint investigation by North Wales Fire Service and North Wales Police is under way after a man died in a fire at property in Rhyl on Wednesday.

Dishwasher fire at Deeside home

A fire which started in a dishwasher at a house in Deeside in the middle of the night leaves four children and a mother needing hospital treatment

Rural Wales could pay more to post

Rural parts of Wales could pay more for postal services if competition to the Royal Mail continues.

Man drove from Austria with weapons

A gun enthusiast from Austria drove all the way to Wales to attend a course with a car boot packed with weapons, a court hears.

Toddler chair death investigation

An inquest is to be held after a toddler died in a suspected accident involving his high chair.

Swans' Bony signs contract extension

Striker Wilfried Bony agrees a one-year extension to his contract at Premier League Swansea City.

Jobs hope for Murco workers in north

Workers losing their jobs with the closure of an oil refinery in Pembrokeshire could be offered work by a petrochemical company in Scotland.

Traffic system for polluted road

A £100,000 system to divert traffic away from a busy Swansea street to prevent European pollution levels being broken, will go live early next year. News | Awards & Certificates | Promote Us | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | Uninstall Info

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