Stop for the lollipop

Drivers in the Maesteg area are being warned that ‘stop means stop’ after a worrying increase in near misses involving school children at Cwmfelin Primary School.

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School crossing - Cwmfelin Primary School 3 - Mar 2015

Police offer practical advice on rogue trader activity

Police in Bridgend are warning householders to be cautious when approached by door to door traders who call at your home without an appointment. This follows on from a recent initiative where Bridgend Community Safety Partnership teamed up with Trading Standards to raise awareness of rogue traders in the Heol-Y-Bardd and Greenfields areas of Bryntirion, Bridgend.

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Family pay tribute to Conner Marshall

The family of Conner Marshall, who passed away yesterday after a serious assault, have released the following statement paying tribute to him.

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Police arrest man on suspicion of murder

Following the death yesterday of Conner Marshall South Wales Police has now launched a murder inquiry.

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Operation Fulcrum: £220,000 cannabis factory dismantled, £1000s seized

Police officers who carried out a day of action across the city of Cardiff have revealed that three cannabis factories were dismantled – one of which was growing cannabis worth an estimated £220,000.

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Seatbelt campaign aims to educate drivers and passengers

The campaign aims to educate and advise the public of the dangers of not wearing a seatbelt.

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Jail for Rhondda man who stole from vulnerable pensioner

A Rhondda man who stole more than £124,000 from a 77 year-old ex-miner who ‘trusted him like a son’, and spent the majority of the stolen money gambling, has been sent to jail for three years.

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This Rhondda man was sent to jail for stealing money from an elderly man who he befriended.

Can you help police solve a crime?

The smallest piece of information can make a big difference. Take a look at our appeals to see if you can help the investigators on the case.

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Hidden dangers of speeding on rural roads

Police in Porthcawl are highlighting the hidden dangers of speeding on rural roads following on from an incident on Sunday night where a driver lost control of a car on a rural road into Porthcawl.

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Man who indecently assaulted a young child in 1970s is jailed

David Mark James, 66 (30.08.1948) of Pond Row, Abercanaid, Glamorgan, was sentenced to three and a half years’ imprisonment following a trial at Harrow Crown Court.

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Family tribute to victim of road traffic collision

The victim of a fatal road traffic collision which occurred on Friday 27th February on Ninian Park Road in Cardiff has been named as Hamid Ali Khan, 12, from Riverside in Cardiff.

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New legislation to catch and convict drug drivers

New drug drive legislation comes into force in England and Wales today, 2nd March 2015 making it illegal to drive with certain drugs in the body above specified levels.

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Police and Trading Standards join with Barclays to combat rogue traders

Trading Standards and South Wales Police have teamed up with a national bank to protect vulnerable people from unscrupulous rogue traders and fraudsters.

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Taser review: Response from South Wales Police and Crime Commissioner

The Police and Crime Commissioner for South Wales Police, Alun Michael, has responded today to calls for a national review into the use of Tasers.

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