The number of people sleeping rough in the capital has increased by over 83% in the last two years.Read the full story ›
Temperatures in Wales reached as high as 32 degrees earlier this week, but as is often the case, they were followed in places by thunderstorms.
Liz Dixon managed to capture this dramatic video of lightning in Anglesey.
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Another warm and sunny day for most of us, but there is the risk of some thundery showers in the North.Read the full story ›
A bus has caught fire in Cardiff city centre, near the Angel Hotel on Castle Street.
Two engines from South Wales Fire service and officers from South Wales Police were sent to the area.
There's been no reports of any injuries.
According to the charity Dogs Trust, dogs left locked in hot cars can be at risk of dying of heatstroke in just 20 minutes.Read the full story ›
As Wales looks set to bask in temperatures of up to 30 degrees on Tuesday, here's some top tips on staying safe in the sun.Read the full story ›
Forecasters say a mini-heatwave will see the temperature rise in parts of Wales to 30C (86F) today.
Yesterday saw Cardiff reach 28.7C (84F) although Mid and West Wales are expected to see the highest temperatures today.
But the hot and humid air is expected to trigger thunderstorms across much of the UK from this evening until late on Wednesday, with a severe weather warning for rain and the possibility of flash-flooding.
Prime Minister Theresa May has met First Minister Carwyn Jones at the Welsh Assembly in Cardiff.Read the full story ›
Over a third of people with dementia in Wales live in a rural area, according to a new report published today by the Alzheimer's Society.Read the full story ›
Betting shops across Wales are due to take part in Gamble Aware Week from today.
Throughout the week, the windows in betting shops will be taken over with Gamble Aware Week posters that highlight the message, "Never bet more than you can afford to lose."
This comes as new mandatory alerts on electronic gaming machines are introduced. Player will be alerted when they spend £150 or play for 20 minutes. This compares to the £250 and 30 minutes alerts previously in place.
We are really pleased to launch this year’s Gamble Aware Week, which emphasises the importance the bookmaking industry places on encouraging our customers to bet safely and responsibly.
All our staff working in Wales are committed to putting responsible gambling at the heart of all we do, and Gamble Aware Week is a key element of that commitment. The drop in sessions being held in Cardiff will be a key part of the week.
The introduction of the new mandatory alerts on gaming machines are an important part of our wider responsible gambling agenda and will help customers to monitor and balance their leisure experience.