NEWS ROUNDUP: Retailers prepare for potential re-opening and a yellow weather warning for Wales
Retailers and hairdresser in Wales are preparing to re-open from next Monday as they await an announcement from the First Minister on Friday. Some businesses have already started their preparations and it is understood that guidance is already being pushed out to retailers as vaccines increase and cases reduce in Wales.
The number of complaints made against social services in Cardiff saw a “notable rise” in the last three months of last year. The children’s services department of Cardiff council received 48 complaints between October and December. Most of the complaints were due to delays in providing services or a lack of communication.
The Met office have issued a yellow weather warning for wind from 9pm on Wendesday to 3pm on Thursday. Warnings state that winds could reach 70mhp with the strongest gusts expected on the more hilly or coastal areas. The RNLI have urged people to exercise caution if visiting exposed cliffs, seafronts or piers due to the "severe safety risk".
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