A new campaign has been launched to get more public toilets on the streets of our towns and cities.
It comes as a survey suggests that around a half of people think the Welsh Government should stop current closures and even invest in new facilities, as Nick Hartley has been finding out.
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Official figures show areas of Caerphilly, Rhyl, Wrexham, Rhondda Cynon Taf and Bridgend to be the most deprived in Wales.
A £500 million investment has been secured for a new riverside development in Cardiff, which would link the City Centre with Cardiff Bay.