High street store admitted misleading customers about discounts after Trading Standards visited stores in Cwmbran, Cardiff and Bournemouth.Read the full story ›
Plans have been submitted for a £10 million leisure complex in HaverfordwestRead the full story ›
New rules mean takeaways in Wales are now required to promote their food hygiene ratings on leaflets.Read the full story ›
The cost of Christmas dinner ingredients has soared by as much as 21% for some festive foodstuffs.Read the full story ›
GB Energy Supply said their business had become "untenable", blaming higher energy prices.Read the full story ›
Last year, Christmas shoppers lost £10 million in online scams, and more than twelve thousand people said they'd been a victim of fraud.Read the full story ›
Poundland is recalling its halloween wigs as they don't meet safety standards.
The high street chain says it's 'Halloween & Celebration Wigs' do not meet the Toy Safety flammability standard and pose a risk if exposed to a naked flame.
The store says anyone who has purchased one of these products should return it to their nearest store for a full refund.
Trading Standards officers find the meat in the lamb curry was beef.Read the full story ›
Models marched through the streets of Cardiff today to officially launch this years' Cardiff Fashion Week.
Cardiff Fashion Week is a platform to celebrate all that is great about Welsh fashion and design. The model march will be a very eye-catching curtain raiser to the week and will give people a taste of what's in store.
The environmental impact of unwanted clothes was a key message of today's events, with the models visiting a one tonne pile of clothes to demonstrate how many items are thrown away every 90 seconds across the UK.
Cardiff Fashion Week runs from the 22nd October until the 29th, with a variety of events taking place at various locations across the city.