Our current affairs programme Y Byd ar Bedwar confronted Neal Atkins to ask why he refuses to answer his customers' questions.
An Elvis Presley fan from Wales died after a traffic accident while on a birthday trip to her idol's Graceland home.
The device set fire to her bed, with Lucy needing to be treated in hospital for the resulting burns to her legs.
A Welsh coastal town is swooping down on seagulls.
Tenby has launched a trial of seagull proof rubbish bags to reduce street litter which it hopes will deter gulls and other animals from attacking kerbside waste.
The two month trial is a joint initiative between Pembrokeshire County Council and Tenby Town Council.
Householders in selected streets have been written to about the scheme and offered gull proof bags free of charge for the duration of the pilot.
If the trial proves successful then the bags, which are re-useable, will be made available for sale to residents who want them on a permanent basis.
Dyfed Powys Police are investigating a motorcycle crash that killed its 32-year-old rider and left a seven-year-old passenger in a critical condition in hospital.
The off road bike crashed under the bridge at New Road, Furnace, Llanelli at 10pm on June 21st.
The bike's rider later died at Morriston Hospital.
The seven-year-old, who was riding pillion, is in a serious condition at the University Hospital of Wales.
A business lottery which was set up 20 years ago, has now created more than 1,500 jobs across Pembrokeshire. The not-for-profit organisation ploughs lottery proceeds back into local businesses.
In total, they've given away more than £4.5million. Dean Thomas reports.
The boat building and marine services arms at the troubled Mustang Marine site in Pembroke Dock have been sold by administrators, securing the jobs of 30 staff.
The workers will be retained to work on projects including a tidal energy turbine.
The new business is run by the former managing director of Mustang Marine.
A further ten workers are employed at the Milford Haven Dry Dock.
Administrators Grant Thornton said talks with "an interested buyer" for the facility are continuing.
The burning boat is described by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency as a pleasure boat 26ft in length.
Other vessels in the Aberystwyth area are being asked to stay at least a mile away as a precaution.
A spokesperson said the vessel contains flares, some of which are going off at the scene, and a gas canister.
An area of beach near the burning boat has been sealed off, West Wales Correspondent Kevin Ashford reports.
Police say they are concerned about the possibility of gas canisters on board the boat that could explode.