NEWS ROUNDUP: Huge landslide prompts warning to avoid beach
A major landslide at a beach in north Wales has prompted warnings for people to stay away. The cliff fall, which eyewitnesses say is up to 40m wide, happened on Nefyn's coastline in Gwynedd. Coastguard crews were alerted to the fall at about 12:30 on Monday, the Maritime and Coastguard Agency said. Emergency services and utility companies are securing the area after the landslide, which saw parts of some gardens on the cliffs above tumble onto the beach below.
Statistics show that thousands of young voters in Wales have run out of time to register to vote at the Welsh election. For the first time, about 70,000 16 and 17-year-olds are eligible to vote when the polls open on 6th May. However, figures gathered by the Election Reform Society suggest fewer than 9,000 are registered in six counties.
And - One of Newport's biggest bands will be returning home this summer for a gig in one of the city's most-loved locations. Feeder has announced the band is coming home to perform in Tredegar Park on July 9th, supported by a whole host of other artists.
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