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A 39-year-old man has been charged with the attempted murder of a woman in Swansea.
The 22-year-old was found with head injuries in the Ravenhill area of the City on Friday afternoon.
Police say she's in an unstable condition in hospital.
A vaccination session is being held at Gower College's Tycoch campus today following a measles outbreak in the Swansea area.
Four new cases of measles have been reported and there are calls for unprotected children and young people to have the MMR jab.
The cases come less than a week after health officials warned about a community outbreak in the region.
Schools from across South Wales have been taking part in a project to design and create a miniature Formula 1 car of the future.
Today, they put their models to the test at Swansea's National Waterfront Museum.
Alexandra Lodge reports.
Four cases of measles have been confirmed among people connected with the Tycoch Campus at Gower College, Swansea.
Five further cases of measles have been confirmed in people living elsewhere in Swansea, Neath Port Talbot and Carmarthenshire.
A further 44 cases of measles linked to four local schools in the Neath and Swansea area were reported in November and December.
A Public Health Wales spokesperson no connection had been found between the cases so far.
“Uptake of the MMR vaccine in small children is the highest it’s ever been in Wales but we still have a large number of children and teenagers aged 10 to 18 who are not vaccinated" says Dr Jörg Hoffmann.
“It simply is not worth the risk for anyone of any age to remain unvaccinated.”
A man from Swansea has been arrested at Heathrow Airport after customs officers discovered weapons including stun guns and knives in an item of luggage.
The man, who had arrived on a flight from Bangkok, is believed to be from the Cockett area of Swansea.
Three stun guns, a throwing star, two knuckledusters, an extendable baton, a pair of nun-chucks and two flick knives were recovered by officers.
“In the wrong hands these items could be potentially lethal, which is why the controls on bringing them into the UK are so strict" says Border Force Heathrow Director Marc Owen.
"The penalties for smuggling can be severe and ignorance of the law is not an excuse.”
The man has been bailed until April.
Five people have been prosecuted for urinating in public in Swansea city centre.
Their cases were heard before magistrates in Swansea today after each failed to pay the £75 fine issued to them at the time.
None of the defendants, aged between 20 and 35, appeared in court.
They were fined between £80 and £300, plus costs and victim surcharges, which they have 28 days to pay.
It is the first time the City and County of Swansea has taken such action against public urination and is believed to be the first action of its kind in Wales.
Filming is due to start in Swansea today as part of a new feature film about Dylan Thomas, marking 100 years since his birth.
The Lord of the Rings actor, Elijah Wood, will take on the role of John Malcolm Brinnin, an American poet who brought Dylan Thomas to America.
Welsh actor, Celyn Jones will be playing the part of the Dylan and also co-wrote the film with Andy Goddard, the director of the ITV drama series Downtown Abbey.
The film is set in New York but will be filmed in locations around Swansea. Filming is expected to last around three weeks.
Swansea-born MP Nigel Evans is expected to enter a plea at Preston Crown Court later following allegations he committed sex offences against seven men.
The former Shadow Welsh Secretary is accused of two counts of indecent assault, five of sexual assault and one rape. Mr Evans denies the charges.
Well you may remember that last week we told you about this man from Australia who had his Bike stolen from Swansea during a round the world trip. Well tonight Martin Williams is back with his bike and although its been damaged, it is fixable. Nicola Hendy caught up with him.