The Welsh Language Commission has produced the first standardised list of place-names in Wales.
It covers 3,000 locations and has taken years to compile, check and agree and they will be gradually introduced over the next few years as signs are replaced and maps updated.
London has joined Manchester, Liverpool, Oxford, Sheffield and Bristol to call on the Government to bring forward a ban on pure petrol and diesel cars.
Last year, the Government said it wanted the sales ban from 2040, but the major cities want this from 2030 to clean up emissions.
The new $1.1 Billion Volvo plant in Charleston, USA has just opened but could be hit by the US tariffs war with the rest of the world.
It makes the S60 and intends to export models but retaliation by Europe, China and Canada means its models may become too expensive and its planned 4,000 US jobs could be cut, while Mercedes-Benz is the first car maker to warn of lower profits if sales stumble over duties and other premium brands such as BMW, JLR and Audi could also suffer.
The DVSA is encouraging motorcyclists to brush up on their skills to make riding safer and more enjoyable, by taking part in the refreshed DVSA enhanced rider scheme.
The voluntary scheme offers post-test training to riders, to develop their skills and confidence.
Hyundai and Kia are setting up new regional headquarters organizations in Europe and North America in an effort to move decision making closer to the markets and react more quickly to changing trends and customer demand.
Under the new setup, each region will be responsible for “every aspect of the business, ranging from product planning, marketing, sales, and manufacturing,” the companies said and it mirrors similar efforts by competitors, including Toyota, Honda and Volkswagen Group, to delegate more independence and authority to regional operations around the world.
Around one in five drivers use a dash cam on a daily basis.
A survey by webuyanycar.com found an increasing number of motorists are now relying on dash cam technology to protect themselves and to monitor other road users and over 60% recorded a road traffic accident, dangerous driving, a car related crime or anti-social behaviour from pedestrians.