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The new Archbishop of Wales, John Davies, will be enthroned at Brecon Cathedral this afternoon.
The Bishop of Swansea and Brecon, John Davies, was elected as the thirteenth Archbishop of Wales in September.
During today's service he will be placed in the Archiepiscopal chair and presented to the congregation. The chair, or throne, is a wooden replica of the Chair of St Augustine in Canterbury Cathedral, and was given to the Church in Wales in 1920.
Today's service is expected to last an hour.
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Police are appealing for information after a man died in a crash on the A470.
Dyfed Powys Police said the incident, involving two cars and a HGV, happened near Storey Arms at around 5.30pm on Monday evening.
The road was closed for several hours as emergency services dealt with the collision.
The man was pronounced dead at the scene and another was taken to hospital with serious injures.
Police are appealing for anyone with any information to come forward.
The A470 is closed in both directions due to an accident.
It happened between the A4215 (Libanus) and A465 Heads Of The Valleys Road (Cefn Coed Roundabout, Merthyr Tydfil).
A470 closed between Merthyr Tydfil and Libanus due to road accident - also the A4059 from Hirwaun to the junc with the A470 will be closed
Both the fire service and police are at the scene.
Disruption is expected until 9.30pm.
People have been asked to avoid the area.
In most parts of Wales, election leaflets will be landing on doormats with increasing frequency for the next month, as candidates try to win our votes. But in some rural areas, a single candidate has been unopposed and declared elected. And in at least ward -Yscir in Powys- no-one has been nominated.
More than 1,000 voters in the village of Cradoc and its neighbouring communities north of Brecon will be unrepresented when councillors first meet after May 4, which is election day -where there is an election. Nominations will then have to be re-opened and a fresh attempt made to drum up some interest in representing Yscir
It's not yet clear if Yscir is the only ward in Wales with no candidate. At the last local elections in 2012, Bryncrug in Gwynedd had the dubious distinction of being the only candidate-free zone. Two months later, five people stood for the seat and there had to be a by-election.
Police are appealing for information after a 51-year-old man went missing in Powys.
Andrew Hardy has not been seen since 4.30pm on Wednesday 4 January.
Officers say he went missing from the Bronllys area, Brecon, but has ties to the north of Powys and also Aberystwyth.
He is described as white, approximately 5’9” tall, quite slender, with long brown hair.
He is believed to be wearing black skinny jeans and a black coat, and may have a black cowboy hat.
Anyone who has seen Mr Hardy or has any information about his whereabouts is asked to contact 101.