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Police appeal for missing man

Police in Cardiff are appealing for information regarding the whereabouts of 29-year-old Duncan Law.

Duncan, who lives in the Radyr area of the city, has not been home since Saturday, 10 July.

Mr Law was reported missing on 18 July Credit: South Wales Police

Also missing is his black 56-plate Honda Civic car.

Police say his family and friends are getting increasingly concerned.

Anyone with information including anyone who has seen or heard from Duncan is asked to call 101.

Union 'encouraged' after Business Secretary visit to Port Talbot

The new Business Secretary has met workers at Port Talbot steel plant which still has doubts over its long-term future.

Credit: Ben Birchall / PA Wire

Steel giant Tata has halted plans to sell the huge site and is working on keeping its UK business as part of a joint venture with German conglomerate Thyssen Krupp.

Greg Clark, the new Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, visited the Port Talbot works yesterday and met workers and union officials.

I am encouraged that Greg Clark has met with steelworkers in his first week on the job. He will have left today in no doubt that Community will keep the pressure on this Government to keep their promises to protect the steel industry.The new Secretary of State clearly understands the scale of the challenge still facing the industry, but his words to steelworkers today must be followed by firm actions to help save their jobs. By visiting Port Talbot, he will have seen first-hand that the highly skilled workforce is the foundation on which any success for this industry will be built.

– Roy Rickhuss, Community union



Watch: Dramatic video captures Anglesey lightning strike

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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Huge bus fire in Cardiff city centre

A bus has caught fire in Cardiff city centre, near the Angel Hotel on Castle Street.

The front part of the bus can be seen covered in flames.
Flames and a huge cloud of smoke were seen coming from the bus. Credit: @TWeatherburn
Emergency services were quick to attend the scene. Credit: @TWeatherburn

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.

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