The controversial proposal to close the M4 Port Talbot westbound slip road has been shelved by Welsh Government.
Although intended to speed up traffic along the M4, the trial scheme drew criticism of lost business in the town and now the emphasis of planners has shifted to a rethink of the M4 around Swansea.
British Transport Police are looking for a man with a knife who threatened and stole money from a teenager on Aber station, Caerphilly shortly before lunchtime on 20 October.
The offender is white, approximately 6ft tall, medium build, aged in his twenties, with a brown beard, wearing a navy tracksuit and trainers and anyone with information is asked to call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
The latest Fiat Tipo recently underwent safety testing by Euro NCAP and was awarded 3 stars based on safety equipment that is standard across all versions of the car.
When tested with an optional safety pack, the Tipo achieved 4 stars.
Toyota is recalling about 5.8 million cars over potentially faulty airbag inflators made by Takata Corp.
The recall affects about 1.47 million vehicles sold in Europe, involving over 100,000 in UK including Corolla and Yaris models.
An American judge approved Volkswagen Group’s record-setting $14.7 billion settlement with regulators and owners of 475,000 polluting diesel vehicles.
No such compensation is being given to UK or European owners and now politicians say they should get similar treatment.
Honda has taken home the most awards for one manufacturer in the latest annual ‘MPG Marathon’.
It scooped the ‘Most Efficient Family Car’ and ‘Four Wheel Drive’ titles; first and second place in the ‘Load Lugging Economy Champion’ class; second and third place overall in ‘Best Percentage Improvement on MPG’, and third ‘Best Outright MPG’ among the pack of 22 competing vehicles last week.