Lee Rees admitted to causing death by dangerous driving when he crashed his BMW into a car driven by victim Terry Hill.Read the full story ›
Sean Buckley and Chloe Thomas from Tonypandy have been sentenced to an additional 3 years and 10 months in jail.Read the full story ›
An Early Bronze Age Hoard from Coity Higher Community, Bridgend and two Late Bronze Age hoards from Llanharan Community, Rhondda Cynon Taf have been declared treasure by H.M. Coroner for Bridgend and the Glamorgan Valleys.
The Early Bronze Age hoard was discovered by Mr Paul Howells in May 2015, while he was metal-detecting in a field in Coity Higher Community, Bridgend.
Two Late Bronze hoards were found in Llanharan. One hoard of bronze tools and weapons was discovered in March 2015. The discovery was made by four different finders during a metal-detecting rally held on farm land.
A second hoard of bronze tools was discovered in April 2016
A Caerphilly man who was involved in a huge South Wales drugs plot has had his "too soft" sentence increased by a third.Read the full story ›
A pet-lover takes his parrot with him everywhere he goes - even to the top of a giant mountain.Read the full story ›
The family of a mother who died in a house fire in the Rhondda last week has paid tribute to her.
Abbie Bloodworth was found dead at a property on Park Road in Cwmparc, Rhondda, on Friday, August 19th.
A fire at the property is not being treated as suspicious.
Abbie was my rock, my world and I miss her deeply.
She was a fabulous and loving mother to her three year-old daughter Chantelle.
She was loved and respected by all her family and friends, including anybody who came into contact with her.
Abbie had plenty of friends and was always there when you needed her.
She was kind, funny and had a heart-of-gold. You will always be in my heart and I am so proud of you. I will always love and miss you and I will treasure every memory.
Commuters can use a major route linking the Rhondda and Cynon Valleys after three weeks of repairs.
The Rhigos Mountain Road between Hirwaun and Treherbert has been resurfaced in a £1.25m scheme.
Rhondda Cynon Taf Council says some traffic management may remain in place for another week to carry out final “finishing” works.
The dogs were left at a stable in Abercwmboi on Thursday. The local rescue centre says they're concerned for the owner's safety.Read the full story ›
A young mother whose boyfriend murdered her 17-month-old son was jailed today after lying the toddler had simply fallen down stairs.Read the full story ›
A drugs gang has been given 32 years in prison. Ten men were sentenced for their part in flooding the south Wales valleys with cocaine.Read the full story ›