During one burglary, the five stole money raised by a 12-year-old child during a charity event.Read the full story ›
A largely dry afternoon with sunny spells. Any remaining showers in the south will ease. A chilly night to come under clear skiesRead the full story ›
Flintshire County Council is today due to decide whether or not to give the go-ahead to a £800m incinerator on Deeside.
The Parc Adfer project would burn non-recyclable waste from across North Wales and produce enough electricity for 30,000 homes.
Some local residents have expressed concerns over emissions.
But the company behind the scheme says operations will be 'monitored within an extremely stringent set of regulations.'
Wales' first Mermaid School is to open in Prestatyn. Children will get the chance to wear colourful tails as they to learn to swim.Read the full story ›
UKIP in Wales has pledged to replace the Barnett Formula at the launch of its general election manifesto.
It says it wants to make the allocation of funding to Wales fairer, raise the 40p tax threshold to £55,000 and scrap inheritance tax.
It's also vowed to reform the immigration system by introducing an Australian-style points system.
Lengthy spells of sunshine will develop throughout the day. Feeling cooler than in recent days due to a north to northeasterly breeze.Read the full story ›
A risk of isolated showers this afternoon in the south and west. These could be quite heavy with a chance of some thunder.Read the full story ›
A 74-year-old man has been sentenced to 11 years in jail after being found guilty of raping a woman in her 20s in Prestatyn.Read the full story ›
Largely sunny especially in the south and west. Cloudier in central and eastern parts and a few degrees cooler than in recent daysRead the full story ›
The number of new properties coming onto the market in Wales increased in March, but the supply boost failed to excite buyers, as potential new buyers declined according to the latest Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) UK Residential Market Survey.
House prices stagnated with just 4% more surveyors in Wales reporting an increase – bucking the trend across much of the rest of the UK where 21% more surveyors reporting a rise in house prices in March (up from 15% in February).