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One year on – change to nuisance marketing law leads to £2 million in fines

The Information Commissioner has made good on a promise made a year ago to make the most of a new law designed to

Welsh Conservatives challenge voters to embrace “real change” or risk long-term future with Labour

Welsh Conservatives have unveiled their latest Advan in the Gower, which will present voters with a stark choice between “5 more years of Labour” or “Real change with the Welsh Conservatives”, ahead of the Welsh Assembly elections on May 5th.

Research warns of 'grim' outlook for council spending

Councils may be unable to fund services such as parks, highways and refuse colle

Welsh Hills take part in Brecon Awareness Week Walk 2016

To mark Coeliac UK Awareness Week, staff from dedicated gluten-free manufacturer, Welsh Hills Bakery, are preparing to trek 10km around the beautiful Usk Valley.

Police in Aberdare are appealing for information to help trace a woman

Police in Aberdare are appealing for information to help trace a woman wanted for breaching bail conditions.

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