House prices in Porthcawl and Llandudno have risen by almost 8% in the last year.Read the full story ›
Users can upload pictures of any leftover food they want to get rid of, and arrange for it to be picked up by others nearby.Read the full story ›
More than 100,000 people face missing out on their summer getaway after holiday booking company Lowcosttravelgroup went into administrationRead the full story ›
The not-for-profit company has around three million customers, and looks set to make as much as £30 million in financial gains this year.Read the full story ›
Vale of Glamorgan Council says Barry Island beach is to be the first in Wales to have free WiFi access.
It will mean visitors can surf the web, as well as soaking up the sunshine.
Thanks to businesses like Bay 5 and John’s Café for hosting two of the access points, we are the first seaside resort in Wales to offer this service.
We hope that visitors will make the most of the coverage and share pictures of themselves enjoying all that Barry Island has to offer.
It comes after fire authorities in Wales and England said they were attending around three fires a day, caused by 'dangerous' appliances.Read the full story ›
The former owner of BHS will appear before MPs on Wednesday.
Sir Philip Green has confirmed that he will appear before MPs, who are currently investigating the high street chain's collapse.
The Topshop billionaire had previously said he wouldn't attend the Commons inquiry unless its chairman, MP Frank Field, resigned from the investigation.
However, on Tuesday he said: "This will be the first and only opportunity I have had to tell my side of the very sad BHS story and I will do my best to answer all the questions put to me in an honest and open way."
Welsh people are willing to go the extra mile to secure small savings... 25% admit to DIY haircuts at home to save on the pounds.Read the full story ›
Consumer group urges fans to avoid unauthorised online sales of Euro 2016 tickets.Read the full story ›
A new study has found customers of 'The Big Six' energy companies across the UK are paying £4billion more than they should be.Read the full story ›