A man from Wrexham has been charged with two offences of indecent assault against a boy. The 76 year-old is alleged to have committed the offences between 1982 and 1984, when the boy was aged between 12 and 14 years old
A new series following day to day at Wales’s international Airport
The builders move in to remove a despised airport landmark, and staff have to manage airline delays on one of the busiest days of the year – only for the fire alarm to force the terminal to be evacuated. The airports firefighters get to grips with their new kit, while the arrival of a new carrier brings much needed new routes.
An elderly man who went missing from a hospital in Carmarthen has been found.
72 year old Ivor Evans was found in the Llanarthney area this evening and has been taken to hospital for treatment.
Police would like to thank everyone who provided information and help in the search.
Rhondda Cynon Taf council's cabinet will discuss how to bridge a funding gap of around £30m for the next year. As part of its budget planning, the cabinet will discuss the following service areas on Friday October 10:
- Nursery Funding Arrangement
- School Music Service
- Parks & Countryside Services
- Street Cleansing
- Fees and charges arrangements
- Public Health & Protection Services
- Regeneration & Planning Administrative Arrangements
- Town Centre Events Programme
- Customer Care
- Staff Catering Services
Rhondda Cynon Taf council's cabinet will meet next week to discuss further cuts to services.
Among the areas to be discussed will be funding for nurseries. Provision of nursery funding has previously made the headlines and sparked protests from parents.
RCT will discuss proposals to bridge what is expected to be a £30m budget gap for the next financial year. Over the next three years the council is expected to save around £70m.
These discussions will include whether or not to consult upon amending the funding of nursery education in the County Borough.
Elizabeth Wakeman, who is selling her great-aunt's house on her behalf in order to pay for her care has spoken to ITV Wales about the challenge she faces. She was horrified to learn that the house's value has halved because the garden is overrun with Japanese Knotweed.
Dyfed Powys Police have renewed their appeal for information to help find a missing man.
Ivor Evans was seen leaving Glangwili Hospital in Carmarthen at around 7.45pm last night (Tuesday).
During the day a co-ordinated search involving a police search team, mountain rescue search team, dog section and helicopter has been taking place near to where Mr Evans was last seen. Other Officers have also been making enquiries to try and trace the possible whereabouts of Mr Evans.