28 July 2014 Last updated at 10:28

Court bid in murder negligence claimJoanna Michael

The family of a mother-of-two stabbed to death is taking its negligence claim against two police forces to the Supreme Court.

Visteon's Swansea plant138 jobs as electronics firm expands

A Swansea electronics firm is to double its workforce as it moves to a building at the old Visteon factory site.

Mewslade Bay, GowerFour rescued from dinghy in rip tide

Four people, including two children, were rescued off the Gower coast after their inflatable dinghy got swept out to sea in a rip tide.

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