Welsh government to review council newspaper code
The Welsh government says it will review the code allowing Welsh councils to produce free newspapers is to be reviewed, as figures show more than £1m is spent on publishing them each year.
Local paid-for newspapers claim council freesheets are unfair competition.
Linda Roberts, executive editor of the Caernarfon Herald and North Wales weekly news series, told BBC Radio Wales that the councils should be supporting local newspapers.
She was speaking to Bethan Rhys-Roberts on the Good Morning Wales programme on Monday.