National Trust Wales has announced it's to open the new Far End Garden at the end of this month, spanning 80 acres of Snowdonian hillside.Read the full story ›
Denbighshire Council are taking a highly visible approach to tacking dog fouling in Rhyl - by using spray paint to highlight problem areas.Read the full story ›
Anglesey is now a grey squirrel-free zone, wildlife experts claim. It follows a controversial cull to make room for red squirrels.Read the full story ›
Anglesey is now a grey squirrel-free zone after a two decade long eradication programme, wildlife experts claim.Read the full story ›
The canal runs right beneath the capital and saves the port thousands of pounds.Read the full story ›
The Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) is forecasting air pollution for the whole of Wales.
High pressure and light winds are being blamed.
It says there will be 'moderate' levels of pollution for most of Wales with parts of the North East and Mid Wales affected by 'high' levels.
It's also issued health advice for adults and children with lung problems and adults with heart problems.
Air pollution levels are expected to fall tomorrow and clear by Saturday.
Take a look at this impressive time-lapse video of the Aurora Borealis over the Brecon Beacons National Park.Read the full story ›
A severe solar storm is hitting Earth delivering spectacular displays of the Northern Lights across parts of Wales.Read the full story ›
Pembrokeshire County Council has welcomed the sale of Milford Haven's Murco oil refinery, calling it good news for jobs and the economy.
The site has been sold to a firm called Puma Energy and comes four months after a separate sale collapsed which led to hundreds of job losses.
The announcement has been also been welcomed by the Welsh Government.
We welcome the news that Murphy Oil has come to an agreement with Puma Energy for the sale of Murco Milford Haven site and three inland terminals.
This is good news for all the staff who will remain and for Pembrokeshire and South Wales as a whole.
However, over 400 employees and contractors have lost their jobs, plus more in the wider supply chain. Whilst many have found work in the oil and gas sector, 26% are still looking for work and we will continue to support them and the wider business community
The challenges of the Murco site at Milford Haven have been well recognised, and while a fully functioning refining operation was always my hope, any activity which retains jobs and indeed the infrastructure of the site is important for the Pembrokeshire economy.
Volunteers are helping to restore and maintain our rivers, as part of a new scheme to give people a qualification in river restoration.Read the full story ›