An abandoned dog has had a makeover after being rescued from the streets - and been transformed into a pretty pampered pooch.Read the full story ›
South Wales Police is appealing for information regarding Jordon Minty who is wanted in connection with an Assault, which occurred on 14 August 2016.
Minty, who is from Porth, is believed to be in the Rhondda area.
We look at the way car parks are managed in Wales after a group of angry residents in Rhondda Cynon Taff raised concernsRead the full story ›
A former police officer has been jailed for 18 years at Cardiff Crown Court today after after he was found guilty of raping two women.Read the full story ›
Traffic Update: SWP say recovery on way but clearance within rush hour unlikely. Long delays in the area and diversions in place
Rhondda Cynon Taf Council says there are long delays on the B4595 main road due to an overturned lorry on the A473.
Although emergency services have now left the scene on Power Station Hill, police are still working to remove the lorry and its debris.
It's being reported that there are long delays in the area between Gwaelod-Y-Garth Road and the B4594.
The road is currently closed in both directions and people are being advised to avoid the area if possible.
Traffic Update: The removal of debris on A473 is now underway. Avoid the area if at all possible due to road closure
The A473 Power Station Hill is closed is both directions due to debris on the road from an overturned lorry between Gwaelod-Y-Garth Road and the B4594 Main Road.
Emergency services are attending to the lorry which is near the railway bridge at the bottom of the hill.
Traffic is queueing on the approach to the two lane closure between the A470 and Llantrisant.
Two-year-old Ruben from Rhondda has such a severe allergy to tomatoes that even touching a drop of ketchup could kill him.Read the full story ›
Ian 'H' Watkins stormed the charts as a member of the massively successful pop band, Steps.
The group’s blend of cheesy pop and fun videos saw it sell 20 million records and tour the world.
In 'Time of Your Life' he talks about his life in pop, his hopes for a child with his partner and whether there is a future for Steps.
And he revisits his friends from the Rhondda drama scene where he first learned to perform.
Time of Your Life is on Fridays at 8 on ITV Cymru Wales