A legal anomaly means former Pembroke mayor convicted of child sex abuse is still being paid for his job at the council.Read the full story ›
Corporals Matthew Hatfield and Darren Neilson died after a training exercise at the Castlemartin ranges in Pembrokeshire on 14 June, 2017.Read the full story ›
The good news is that the pollen count will remain low over the next few days making it much more comfortable if hay fever has been a problem for you this summer!
They include measures to protect children, strengthen NHS governance, reform local government and lower the voting age.Read the full story ›
Australian international Joe Burns is set to join Glamorgan in place of injured countryman Shaun Marsh for the remainder to the T20 BlastRead the full story ›
Police have warned of a 'higher than usual presence of officers' as they investigate the assaults.Read the full story ›
Much better news this week on the pollen front, with low levels now that the weather is a little more unsettled!