A memorial service has been held in Swansea for a popular homeless man known as 'Tea Cosy Pete'. Pete, who would politely refuse offers of financial help, had been a familiar face around the city for decades. He died in hospital earlier this week.
A section of the A449 near Usk is closed as police deal with a crash that happened early this morning.
The road is currently closed northbound from the Coldra roundabout to Usk and southbound from Raglan to Usk.
Gwent Police said the crash, which happened just after 5.30am this morning, involved one vehicle.
Officers are still at the scene and an investigation is ongoing.
Fire crews from Usk were also called to the scene.
Russell Slade's side were denied another victory this afternoon after losing 2 goals to nil at home against Derby.
The visitors managed two goals in the first half by Jamie Ward and Chris Martin.
They now sit level with Bournemouth at the top of the table with 28 points.
Police have released images of a man they want to speak to after 200 metres of cable were stolen in Cardiff.
A number of homes and businesses in the St. Fagan's area are without phone or broadband due to the incident.
Chief Inspector Dan Howe said:
“Cable thefts such as this can cause widespread disruption to businesses and householders and this incident has affected a whole community.”
“We have released images of a man we want to speak to in connection with this incident. I am appealing to anyone who recognises the man in these pictures to come forward.”
Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Wales Deaf Rugby has beaten England 18 - 5 at the Cardiff Arms Park, securing a hat-trick of victories.
Cardiff are trailing by a goal at half-time against Derby at the Cardiff City Stadium.
Jamie Ward put the visitors in the lead in the 22nd minute followed by a Chris Martin strike just before the half-time whistle.
Offering Tasers to all front-line police officers would be a mistake, according to the Dyfed Powys Police and Crime Commissioner.
Christopher Salmon says he is against to the proposal by the head of the Police Federation who argues police need better protection from acts of terrorism.
“Routine arming with Tasers would be a mistake and counter to the traditions of British policing.
“Strong community relationships, not weapons, are the key to fighting terrorism - just as they are to fighting crime", Mr Salmon argued.
Citing the killing of Fusilier Lee Rigby near Woolwich Barracks in 2013 as an example of how lone wolf-style attacks could be carried out without guns, Steve White, Head of the Police Confederation, said all frontline police officers should have the option of arming themselves with Tasers in future to help them deal with the UK's heightened security threats.
Police in Barry are appealing for information regarding the whereabouts of 22-year-old Reuben Mulhern, who is missing.
Reuben was last seen on Thursday 29th January at around 4pm near Pontypridd Street, Barry.
Police say he was wearing pale blue jeans, with a distinctive ‘Alice in Wonderland’ faded yellow t-shirt and is described as being 5”7, stocky build, dark short hair.
He has pierced left eyebrow, a tunnel in his ear and a tattoo on his chest.
Anyone who knows of his whereabouts is asked to call police on 101.