Sunday Aug 10
Countryside crime creeps up driven by sheep-rustling and organised gangs
Rural crime is costing Wales A 2m a year, figures from NFU Mutual reveal today, reversing a fall of 19% in 2012 The cost of countryside crime rose by 5% in 2013 - up from A 1.9m in 2012, according to a survey by NFU Mutual.
Black Country Bugle
Are Ken, 80, and Joe, 74, Bugle's oldest paperboys?
Ken Groom, of Burntwood, who is 80 this year and his friend Joe Fitzpatrick, who is 74, deliver our paper every week when they make their 150-mile return trip to their caravans at Llanfair Caereinion, near Welshpool.
Bank branch closures criticised
Community leaders have criticised a high street bank's decision to close two of its Powys branches and replace them with a mobile unit.
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