Geraint Thomas' body was found dead at the foot of cliffs after allegations of alleged inappropriate behaviour, an inquest has been told.Read the full story ›
South Wales Police said 37 year-old Brian Manship, of Pontypridd, who was being held in custody, has been charged with her murder.Read the full story ›
The woman whose body was found on Sunday in Pontypridd has been named as mother-of-two and ex-military personnel, Sarah Hassell.Read the full story ›
An eyewitness at the scene said the flames appeared to have spread across a number of houses.Read the full story ›
Alex Davidson, 19, had consumed alcohol and cannabis along with friends Robert Bambridge and Dayne Thomas before the crash on 5 August.Read the full story ›
It is part of the Taff Vale scheme in the heart of Pontypridd, to revitalise a derelict site at the gateway to the town centre.Read the full story ›
Rhondda Cynon Taf council has released a video of what the centre of Pontypridd will look like when a redevelopment is finished in 2019.
Full Planning permission will be sought this week to redevelop the former Taff Vale site.
The council says the site will become the headquarters of Transport for Wales. A new 21 st Century Library, Pontypridd One4aLL Centre and a new fitness facility will also move in.
An inquest has concluded a baby who died after suffering a fractured skull was unlawfully killed by one of her parents but it was not possible to determine which one.
Sunaria Hamid-Howells was rushed to hospital from her Pontypridd home on 30 December 2012 but later died from her injuries.
Coroner Christopher Wooley found that Sunari's injuries were caused by 'excessive shaking' and the 'injuries caused by this unlawful act were sufficient to cause her death'.
One person did the unlawful act. It is not possible on the evidence to determine whether this person was Ms Howells or Mr Hamid but I did find that it could only have been one of them
The inquest heard the medical cause of death was brain swelling and subdural haemorrhage. Mr Woolley added, "I'd like to offer my condolences to all who genuinely cared for Sunaria during her short life."
Nobody will face prosecution over the death of a five-month-old baby girl who died after suffering a fractured skull, an inquest has heard.Read the full story ›