Cardiff stabbings prompt government help call from MP

A rise in knife crime "needs long-term interventions from UK government", says an MP after three people have been hurt in stabbings in Cardiff in 24 hours.

An 18-year-old was seriously injured in the early hours of Saturday while two were stabbed in what police say was an unrelated incident early on Sunday.

Local MP Jo Stevens said the incidents were "very concerning" and comes as the number of police officers has fallen.

Classrooms to get £6m anti-Covid air technology

The Welsh government said it would pay for 30,000 CO2 sensors and 1,800 ozone disinfecting machines developed by Swansea University.

The National Association of Head Teachers said "clear guidance" was needed on what action to take when poor air quality was identified.

Plaid Cymru called for safety guidance regarding ozone disinfecting machines.