Welshman Matthew Pudner's wife was refused a spousal visa and must live in the US with their 18-month-old son while they appeal.
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A motorcyclist from Australia who had his bike stolen in Swansea during a round-the-world trip says he does not hold it against the city or Wales.
Martin Williams, 53, who grew up in Swansea himself, told ITV News: "It does leave a bad flavour but it's not Swansea's fault."
The global adventurer instead said a small number of people "everywhere in the world" are simply "a little bit less honest than they should be."
A Welsh family business that started 18 years ago has been awarded one of the highest accolades in the European culinary world - a protected food name status.
The people behind Anglesey sea salt were honoured at a special event in London today as their product joined the likes of Welsh lamb and Stilton cheese.
The move comes after foreign companies were found to be selling something falsely claiming to be Anglesey sea salt.
Police have turned to the public to help find an Australian motorbike stolen in Swansea during one man's round-the-world adventure.
Martin Williams, 53, had journeyed without a hitch through Asia and parts of Europe before stopping to visit Welsh relatives, where he woke up and realised the bike was missing.
– South Wales Police
South Wales Police is appealing for information following the theft of a motorbike which happened at Langland, Swansea, between 9pm on Monday 13th January and 8am on Tuesday 14th January.
The Kawasaki KLR 650B2 bike is white, blue and green in colour and is registered in Australia with the registration plate NSW37.
Anyone who has seen the motorcycle since Monday night should call 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 quoting occurrence number 62140012889.
David Lea-Wilson is the joint owner and founder of the Anglesey Sea Salt company. He told ITV News that finally securing protected status for Anglesey salt felt like a 'coming of age'.
"This is our 18th year.. and it is recognising that Anglesey means something in Europe. We're certifying that you're buying a bit of Anglesey; a bit of passionate workforce," he said.
"There have been ups and downs - and a lot of banging on doors that shut in our faces. But persistence pays."
Anglesey sea salt has joined the ranks of some of the UK's most famous foods, such as Stilton cheese and Melton Mowbray pies, by securing protected status.
The food has been awarded European Union protected food name status, which guarantees its authenticity and origin and prevents imitation products from using their name.
Protected food products in the UK contribute an estimated £900 million to the European economy, and the Government is keen to encourage more applications for protected status.
The protected food name status will help family business Halen Mon Anglesey Sea Salt increase its workforce by 25% this year, it predicts.
The company says it's delighted to secure "protected designation of origin" (PDO) as it joins other protected Welsh products such as Welsh lamb and beef and Pembrokeshire early potatoes.
Halen Mon exports to 20 countries and partners around the world.
Apprentices from Carmarthenshire say they hope to make a big difference in Uganda as they set about building a mill for over 30 widowed farmers.
It is hoped the building will allow the farmers to make the most of their crops.
Our reporter Owain Phillips visited Uganda and here's the second of his reports.
First Minister Carwyn Jones says Wales is committed to helping Uganda for the long term following his visit to the country.
Nearly a million pounds is spent on the Wales for Africa programme, which supports Welsh aid.
The First Minister insists it is justified, as both Uganda and Wales benefit from the link-up.
Our Political Reporter Owain Phillips travelled with him during the tour.
The First Minister has announced a tree will be planted in Uganda for every child born or adopted in Wales.
Carwyn Jones made the announcement as he planted the millionth tree in the One Million Tree project, which will continue with the aim of planting ten million trees within five years.