People affected by a landslide in the Swansea Valley have decided to stay in their homes while the clear-up continues, despite being advised to leave by the authorities. Thousands of tonnes of rock have slipped down the hillside near Ystalyfera.
The council says there's a danger of further landslip, and repairs will have to proceed slowly. Our correspondent Richard Morgan has more.
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