Becoming chilly overnight with lengthy clear spells for many.Read the full story ›
The British Transport Police have released a CCTV image of a man officers would like to speak to after an incident at Swansea railway station.
Officers were called to the station on Friday after reports of a person being aggressive and verbally abusive towards staff and members of the public.
At around 6.45pm, a passenger walked into Swansea station and started shouting and swearing at various members of the public.
Station staff intervened and the man immediately turned his aggression towards them before boarding a train.
He was asked to leave the service after continuing to behave in an aggressive manner, at which point he further verbally abused and threatened a member of staff to the point that the victim feared for his safety. The aggressor then left the station and got in a taxi.
This was a totally unprovoked attack on members of staff simply doing their job and members of the public who were innocent bystanders. Clearly, the behaviour of this individual was extremely concerning and entirely unacceptable.
The man officers would like to speak to in connection with the incident is described as white, aged in his 40s, around 5ft 6in, bald and of a slim build. He was wearing a white top with a blue jacket and dark trousers, and spoke with a Welsh accent.
Anyone with information about the incident is urged to contact the British Transport Police on 0800 40 50 40 or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Police are urgently trying to find witnesses after an attempted robbery in Swansea yesterday afternoon.
Two men were spotted at the Parkway Post Office in Sketty and were then seen leaving on a red motorbike at around 4pm.
Police are urging anyone who may have seen the men or the motorbike involved to get in touch by calling 101 or contacting Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.
Wales became the focal point at last night's debate where the six major parties fought for Westminster seats here.Read the full story ›
During the Wales Election Debate an online tracker worm has been analysing reaction on Twitter to see how party leaders performed.
At the end of the debate, the leader board places Labour's Owen Smith in last place, with Plaid Cymru's Leanne Wood taking first position.
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After a fine end to the day it will remain dry overnight with clear spells and light winds for most. Minimum temperature 2 deg C.Read the full story ›
The politicians have made their closing statements as the Wales Election Debate draws to a close.Read the full story ›
During the Wales Election Debate Nathan Gill said that the Welsh Assembly are 'not dealing with what they have got adequately' after being asked whether the Assembly should have more powers.
Leanne Wood then responded to Gill's claims by saying that the Welsh Assembly are 'not children.'
It follows an analogy he used to explain his point further by saying that 'when my children ask for more food I tell them to finish what's on their plate first.'
The politicians were asked how their parties could ensure people in Wales are paid a Living Wage whilst also maintaining a stable economy.Read the full story ›
During the Election Debate, the politicians were asked if their parties would challenge anti-immigration policies.Read the full story ›