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The iOS version of a new beaches app will be launched later this morning in Kenfig, with the Android versions also available to download in a few weeks.
– Emyr Roberts, Chief Executive of Natural Resources Wales
The app will help highlight some of the excellent recreational opportunities that are available for people in Wales and the visitors who come to explore. The Wales Coast Path showcases the diversity of the landscape and habitats of Wales, from the urban environments to the vast countryside, linking up our nation."
In many parts of Wales, it's been the sort of day when you might have thought about heading to the beach.
Soon you'll be able to take advantage of a new app available from today which tells you all you need to know about the beach you may be heading to.
Carl Edwards reports.
The owner of a post office in Mold says he has lost around £40,000 worth in takings since phone engineers mistakenly switched his number to a neighbour last month.
The mistake means the shop is unable to carry out card transactions and has been hit with a 70% slump in trade.
It also means that his customers - many of whom are elderly - are unable to get their pensions or withdraw cash, while vulnerable villagers who ring up for goods to be delivered have no way of getting in contact.
Ian Lang has been to meet him.
There is concern for more than 100 jobs at Tywyn in Gwynedd after a food manufacturing company announced it was consulting over plans to move nearly two thirds of the workforce to its base in Newport.
The Tywyn site currently employs 143 people. Halo Foods says it will remain open for staff in other sectors, and that all manufacturing jobs can be reassigned elsewhere in the company.
Mike Griffiths reports.
There is currently a massive shortfall in the number of lipreading facilities in Wales, meaning that more of those with hearing loss are feeling isolated and are unable to carry on working.
There are over half a million people with hearing loss in Wales, but at the moment only seven people take classes across the whole of the country.
Dean Thomas has been to speak to one lip reading tutor from Haverfordwest who wants to retire but feels she can't because there is no one to take over the service she provides.
Halo Foods is currently reviewing options to invest in its site in Newport, Wales to become a European centre of excellence for snack bars. This would mean that the business could continue to lead the market and create new jobs in Wales in the future.
Part of the proposed business development is the consolidation of its Welsh manufacturing sites under one roof in Newport "which would enable us to grow by being more efficient, cost effective and innovate in an increasingly competitive global market" said Robin Williams, Managing Director.
– Robin Williams, Halo Foods
A 25 year lease has been agreed on the site in Newport where the newly refurbished, purposely designed site would give customers more variety and choice whilst fulfilling Halo's ambition to become a greener business.
An expected announcement on tax and borrowing powers for the Welsh Government has been delayed.
The UK Government had previously said it would respond in the Spring to an independent report which recommended transfer of certain financial powers.
The Welsh Secretary now says talks are continuing.
A fifth of Wales' charity shops could disappear from our high streets if new Welsh Government plans to change rates relief go through. The warning comes from the Charity Retail Association, who held an emergency summit with ministers today.
At the moment, shops get an 80% discount on their rates - a discount which could be lowered to just half or less.
With charity shops currently taking up a large part of our struggling high streets too, there are also fears that it could leave even more shops empty in our towns and cities.
David Wood has been listening to the arguments.
John Hughes began to put his ceramics skills to use in the mid-Sixties, with a garden shed doubling as a workshop.
It now houses more than 45 years worth of figurines and memorabilia.