Four children from Llanelli at the centre of a nationwide hunt have been found by police in Gwent.
Four children missing from Llanelli have now been found safe and well. A nationwide hunt was ordered by a High Court judge on Tuesday.
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Dyfed-Powys Police admits drugs are "an issue" in Llanelli, and says tackling drug misuse and supply is "a priority" for the force.
Like other towns and cities in the UK drugs are an issue the police in Llanelli face.
Tackling drug misuse and supply is a priority for Dyfed Powys Police, and we act proactively to disrupt the supply of drugs into our communities in order to reduce harm and bring the dealers/suppliers to justice.
We will work closely with the producers of the programme to investigate this incident.
We conduct targeted work focusing on the harm caused by drugs through successful operations where drugs are seized and individuals arrested.
– Dyfed-Powys Police spokesperson
The public can also help us in our fight against drugs by providing us with information relating to drug misuse or supply within our communities – call the police on 101 or anonymously by calling the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.
An ITV Cymru Wales reporter has been undercover to reveal the extent of the drugs problem on the streets of Llanelli.
After spending less than an hour in the West Wales town, our reporter had managed to obtain a gram of the class B drug Mephedrone.
The investigation is part of a special programme on the drug scene in Llanelli, to be broadcast on Hacio on S4C at 10pm on Wednesday.
Dyfed-Powys Police and Crime Commissioner Christopher Salmon has acknowledged the scale of the problem.
Sir Ian Botham has raised £90,000 for the NSPCC after his charity walk around parts of the Wales Coastal Path.
'Beefy's Big Welsh Walk' started in Burry Port earlier this month. In the following two days Sir Ian Botham and a number of fundraisers walked in Carmarthenshire, Swansea and Cardiff Bay.
Sir Ian Botham said he'll continue to raise money for his chosen charity: “I am planning on doing another walk next year and perhaps again the year after. The issue is serious and I am more than happy to continue the progress we have made in publicising it”.
At a meeting today of the Football Association of Wales a decision was made to admit Barry Town United AFC into the Third Division of the Welsh League.
Following Friday’s decision at the High Court the Football Association of Wales Council held an emergency meeting in Cardiff.
Barry Town United AFC won a court battle against the FAW over its decision to refuse the club entry to the Welsh League.
Following that decision, the FAW Council considered the position of Llanelli Town AFC and Bettws AFC and also admitted them into the Third Division of the Welsh League.
A married couple near Llanelli face being split up after a threat of deportation. Jeff and Bonnie Walters have been married for 10 years. But Bonnie faces being sent home to her native Canada. A petition to allow her to stay has received 3,000 signatures.
Jeff Walters and his wife Bonnie have been together for ten years and live in Tycroes near Llanelli. But they face separation after Bonnie's visa application was rejected for a second time. They were married in 2003 and initially lived in Canada.
– Home Office Spokesman
All applications are considered on their individual merits and in line with the immigration rules. The onus is on the individual to ensure they meet the immigration rules and provide the necessary evidence to support their application.
Mrs Walters' applications were refused because she did not meet the requirements of the Immigration Rules.
Jeff Walters, 72, and his wife Bonnie, 62, have been together for ten years.
But the couple, who live in Tycroes near Llanelli, have been asked to prove they are a genuine married couple by providing shopping receipts from years ago.
Meanwhile the couple face separation after Bonnie's visa application was rejected for a second time.
They were married in 2003 but initially lived in Canada because she was homesick but last year the pair decided to return to the UK so Jeff could be close to his family.
Bonnie came on a six-month visa and remained with an ‘extended stay visa’ but has now been told she can't stay any longer.
The Borger Agency told ITV Wales that under the rules it is not possible to switch from a visitor to a spouse visa whilst in the UK but it was possible to apply from outside the country.
Sir Ian Botham has set off on his latest charity walk in Wales. The cricket star is walking from Burry Port in Carmarthenshire to Cardiff Bay over three days.
He has raised millions over the years through his charity treks, and has dedicated this journey to supporting the children's organisation the NSPCC.
Sir Ian Botham said he wants lots of people to join him on his charity walk along parts of the Wales Coast Path.
He started today and will continue on Wednesday between Gower and Swansea, and on Thursday between Penarth and Cardiff Bay.
The former England cricket star said the walk is "a bit of fun", but also about raising money and awareness for the NSPCC.