An investigation by Heart has uncovered a drop in the number of armed police officers in Wales.
Boost for the Welsh steel industry
The Welsh Government's providing just under £3m to help secure over 550 jobs in the sector.
£2.8m has been invested to help create 90 new steel jobs in Wales and safeguard a further 477.
Ken Skates said the investment at Code Serve in Brynmawr , Dyfed Steels in Llanelli , Express Reinforcements in Neath and Celsa Steel in Cardiff would help to secure a sustainable future for the Welsh steel industry:
"The future of the steel industry and steel related businesses are hugely important to manufacturing in Wales.
Indeed the steel sector is a key priority for the Welsh Government and I am delighted to announce support for four businesses that between them are investing £8.75m in new facilities, new equipment, expansion projects and environmental improvements in Wales.
Together their and our investment will create 90 new jobs and safeguard a further 477 highly skilled jobs in Cardiff and the South Wales Valleys."
This is how police forces in Wales are responding to the terror threat being raised.
Police say their plans for the Champions League final in Cardiff have not changed following the Manchester terror attack.
A man's admitted causing the death of a worker who was found dead at a golf club near Newport.
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