NEWS ROUNDUP: A huge rise in Covid fines across Wales
Ahead of the Welsh Senedd election on Thursday, Political Parties are focusing their campaigning on key north Wales battlegrounds. Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer will go to Vale of Clwyd, Delyn and Wrexham, which were Welsh gains the Tories made on Labour in the 2019 general election. Meanwhile, Welsh Conservatives' Senedd leader Andrew RT Davies and Plaid's Liz Saville Roberts are also in the north. The Welsh Lib Dem’s are in Ceredigion. The incumbent First Minister, Mark Drakeford, will be visiting visiting the constituencies of Rhondda, Llanelli and Bridgend.
New figures have shown that more than 6,000 fines have been issued to people across Wales for breaching coronavirus regulations this year. Figures released by the by the National Police Chiefs' Council have revealed that 6,351 fines were given out by all Welsh police forces between January 17 and April 18.
And - The bank holiday weekend launch of street-food pop-up Forest Feastival was cancelled after it was plagued by technical issues. The event, which has been planned for three months, saw these issues cause delays and queues. Releasing a statement, the Forest Feastival team said that they were “devastated”.
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