Roads around Aberystwyth have been blocked by fallen trees after strong winds battered the area yesterday.
Some roads in the town and surrounding villages were also affected by fallen roof tiles, power lines and masonry after what some termed a freak tornado.
Car parking charges and penalties made Welsh councils a profit of £13.8m in 2015/16, says the RAC Foundation.
Of 22 councils, 19 made a profit, with Cardiff (£3.5m) the biggest while three councils lost money on parking – Flintshire (£423,000), Blaenau Gwent (£310,000) and Torfaen (£81,000) where they have spent more on car parks than income generated as a result.
Audi believe the conventional car production line is ending.
The push is being accelerated by the shift to electrified powertrains, which require cars to be taken onto a spur, built alongside the conventional production line, where electric motors and batteries are fitted.
Motorists are becoming more concerned about emissions and a majority wanting bolder action to be taken, new data from the RAC Report on Motoring 2016 has found.
A clear majority (66%) of motorists surveyed this year said they want stronger action to be taken to reduce vehicle pollution in areas where air quality is poorest with drivers aged 65 and over most in favour of stricter action (78% wanting action, compared to an average of 64% among other age groups).
A ‘ridiculous’ language test which forces London private hire drivers to prove they speak English could see a private education firm pocket £20million.
The new rule has caused outrage among workers says the GMB union, particularly those who were born and raised in the UK and are being asked to shell out to show they can speak their own mother tongue with an English GCSE or pay £180 for the test.