The 130-year-old Severn Tunnel will close for six weeks from Monday to upgrade it in preparation for a fleet of new electric trainsRead the full story ›
The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) says the UK's housing market confidence is picking up following the vote to leave the EU with both property sales and prices expected to increase in the months ahead.
It says in Wales, a net balance of 13% of surveyors reported prices rising rather than falling.
There are clear signs that the housing market is settling down after the initial surprise of the outcome to the EU referendum. Buyer enquiries did dip again in August but only modestly, and more significantly, sales expectations are beginning to edge upwards once again
Work has started on Monmouthshire's first McDonald's. Developers say it should be open by Christmas.Read the full story ›
Parents are more concerned about the cost of sending their children back to school than the price of school holidays, according to research.Read the full story ›
Fire services are warning people not to leave tumble dryers on unattended after two more fires.Read the full story ›
Visitors to Welsh high streets are on the up, according to the latest figures by the Welsh Retail Consortium.Read the full story ›
As part of our In Focus series, our correspondent Rob Osborne has been looking into the problem of buying houses in Wales.
Estimates suggest that over the next 15 years, we need to build as many as 12,000 homes a year to keep up with demand - but at the moment that figure is falling way short of the target.
After this evening's Wales at Six Rob spoke to Jenny Bibbings, a housing expert at Shelter Cymru, to answer your questions on the issue:
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The charity's figures reveal over £68 million worth of debt was written off for over 7,000 people last year.Read the full story ›
People in Wales are the least likely to go on holiday with another generation of their family.
That's according to a survey by Nationwide FlexPlus. It quizzed people across the UK and found the average Briton packs their suitcase with:
- Six pairs of socks
- Seven T-shirts
- Four pairs of shorts
- Two swimsuits
- Eight pairs of underwear
- Two pairs sandals
- Two towels
- Two bottles of sun cream
- One pair of sunglasses
- One hat
- Two pairs of trainers or shoes
- One jumper
- One bottle of insect repellent
Llandrindod Wells, Lampeter and Pwllheli are all in the top ten UK places to take your driving test and pass.Read the full story ›