The prime minister said money will be made available to the Welsh Government as he visited the Welsh Conservative Conference in Llangollen.Read the full story ›
Rhondda MP Chris Bryant shared a video from the scene showing Pleasant Street underwater.Read the full story ›
The Welsh Government says emergency funding will be made available to people who have been directly affected by the recent flooding.Read the full story ›
This month marks 40 years since the River Taff in Cardiff burst its banks, leaving parts of the city underwater.Read the full story ›
The Met office says heavy rain will hit south Wales from 5pm on Wednesday until 11.45pm on Thursday.Read the full story ›
Police have asked residents of Riverside Residential Park to leave their homes before events turn into an "emergency rescue."Read the full story ›
North Wales Police said flooding is causing "huge problems" across its force area.Read the full story ›
Natural Resources Wales (NRW) says construction of a scheme to improve flood protection for more than 400 properties in St Asaph will start in October.
It involves removing Spring Gardens Bridge and replacing it with a higher and wider bridge. NRW says this will increase flow capacity downstream of the city, which will reduce flood water levels in St Asaph.
The second phase of the scheme will see flood defences improved and enhanced in the city and at other locations. This is scheduled to start in January 2017.
This scheme will make a real difference to people living and working in St Asaph who suffered such devastating flooding in November 2012 and have lived with the threat of flooding for many years.
While we can’t always prevent flooding from happening, we believe we have a robust scheme for St Asaph that will significantly reduce the risk and provide effective, long-term, peace of mind for people in the city. It will also improve the environment and create new recreational opportunities in the city as well.
We’re grateful to local residents for their support and we will keep everyone informed about the work along every step of the way
The A487 has re-opened after earlier flooding between Dyfi Bridge and Machynlleth Railway Station.