Vauxhall has been slated by MPs for its handling of the Zafira fire issue over the last three years.
A Commons Transport Select Committee said the car maker was too slow to investigate the issue and too quick to blame the fires on improper repairs, and now Vauxhall says it has learned lessons while 183,172 Zafira models have been checked and fixed.
A dozen new railway stations will open in Wales under Welsh Assembly proposals.
A review of rail services identified 46 possible station sites but the top 12 will now be examined in detail.
The original Snowdon Mountain steam locomotive Moel Siabod returns to service after 121 years and a 17-year refurbishment.
The work started in 2000 and has cost £60,000.
Ford made a pre-tax profit of $176 million in Europe, where it posted its eighth-consecutive quarterly profit.
It also made $124 million in Asia Pacific, despite a “tough quarter” for China, Shanks said, but lost $244 million in South America and $80 million in the Middle East and Africa but is still on course for a $9 Billion pre-tax profit this year.
Millions of British adults would fail their driving test if they had to take it again, according to Accident Advice Helpline.
A study of 2,025 motorists who drive at least once a week shows six in 10 are convinced they couldn’t pass their practical test if they had to re-take now and 52 per cent say their failure would be down to the bad driving habits developed over time.