Local traders in Cardiff have until the end of June to decide whether they will vote for a Business Improvement District for the city centre.
The £7.5m proposal would represent over 700 businesses.
A Business Improvement District is a set area in which local traders invest together to improve the environment.
Cardiff is one of a handful of UK cities which doesn't have this type of enterprise.
North Wales Police says it will crackdown on anti-social youths running over buildings.
Officers in Conwy say the practice of "free running" is an increasing trend and youths are using the roofs of buildings in the Llandudno area, including schools, shops, offices and churches.
Police say it is only a matter of time before someone falls and is seriously injured or killed.
Concerns are growing for a missing Colwyn Bay man who drives a distinctive MG car.
Police have asked the public to be keep an eye out for Philip Lloyd Evans who is 63.
He drives a classic red MG sports car with registration MG UMJ928W,.
He was last seen wearing a navy jacket, jeans and a blue checked shirt.
Anyone who spots Mr. Evans should call North Wales Police on 101.
Drivers are reporting traffic delays of up to an hour after disruption around Rover Way in Cardiff.
There are reports of a number of vehicles blocking one lane which has led to a tailback.
South Wales Police say officers are now in attendance to try and sort out the congestion.