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Live: Wales breaking news plus weather and traffic updates (Friday, August 26)

Hello, and welcome to Wales Online's live blog for Friday, August 26. We will be bringing you all of the latest news from across Wales – whether you're on the move, at home or at work – as well as the latest traffic and travel. We will also be keeping you informed of major news stories from the UK and overseas, including the situation in Ukraine. Contribute to the live blog by posting your comments below, or tweet us @WalesOnline to share the news that's breaking in your area. To get the latest email updates from WalesOnline straight to your inbox click here. A second man has been arrested by armed police on suspicion of the murder of nine year-old Olivia Pratt-Korbel. The 33-year-old, from Dovecot, was also arrested on suspicion of two counts of attempted murder. He was arrested by armed officers on Lunsford Road, on Friday afternoon. A Merseyside Police spokesperson said: “The investigation in to Olivia's tragic murder is ongoing and we still need to build up a strong evidential picture so that we can bring those responsible to justice.” It has been announced that I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here is returning to Australia this year – but there are reports that the door could still be left open for another show from Wales.Gwrych Castle hosted the show for two years during the coronavirus pandemic. And now it is being reported that the Welsh castle could host a “special spin-off show” in addition to the All Stars version being filmed in South Africa. Bosses at the castle have said that the venue has an “ongoing relationship” with ITV and mentioned “possible projects on the horizon”, the Daily Mail has reported. A spokesman for the castle revealed that ITV has paid for a new visitor centre cabin which is “moveable” and allows flexibility for future filming. “There was a cabin that was destroyed during the storm that hit the show,” they said. “ITV gifted us an upgraded version that was also moveable, which gives us the flexibility if there is more filming needed. I think the door is open for I'm a Celebrity coming back. “'They've got two brands going with I'm a Celebrity. They've got the jungle and they've now got the castle. They've invested in both brands quite heavily. So they've got things like the All Stars. They've got spin-offs. There is a spin-off that they are planning which will be all of the past winners. There are lots of things happening. There is an ongoing relationship between ITV and the castle and possible projects on the horizon.” As of 8.05pm, traffic and travel monitoring service Inrix reports the following issues on the roads in Wales: If you know of an incident on the roads in Wales that we're not reporting – do let us know. Send your updates and traffic photos to: molly.dowrick@walesonline.co.uk when it's safe to do so A new mural has appeared on a Cardiff street in anticipation of a huge WWE event taking place at the start of September. The team behind the much-loved Mona Lisa mural in Butetown and the Gary Speed mural near Cardiff City Stadium have revealed that they are working on an “exciting project” with the WWE. Posting a picture of their latest mural from their Twitter account, Unify said they were “working on an exciting project with the WWE”. The long-awaited Clash at the Castle show is set to take place at the Principality Stadium on September 3. The event will be the first WWE stadium event in the UK for 30 years, with more than 59,000 people pre-registering for the event. Speaking of the announcement earlier this year, WWE superstar Drew McIntyre said: “The city of Cardiff is ready for WWE Clash at the Castle on September 3, and I know that everyone in Wales, across the UK and around the entire world is ready to make history with us, too. Get your tickets and be part of the magic. I can’t wait to hear just how loud Principality Stadium can get.” Twins from Swansea played their part in helping to bring kayakers to safety after they found themselves in “extremely dangerous water”. Jack and Harry Beynon, aged 21, together with their friend, Owen Milsom, 23, were out enjoying an evening in their Zodiac Pro 9 RIB boat when they noticed the pair in need a mile off Oxwich Point. Jack and Harry's mum, Kate Beynon, explained how their family had a small campsite in Oxwich, and now that the boys were old enough, they were allowed to use the boat to go out and enjoy water sports and fishing activities. They launched it yesterday – August 25 – at around 5.45pm as the tides were just turning, and Mrs Beynon admitted she “was none the wiser” about what happened until they came back. “I'm glad they didn't tell me!” she said. “They had been told by one guy that there were two kayakers a mile off that were in difficulty, so they went out and managed to bring one kayaker in, and the lifeboat brought the other one in. But it's not the first time they've had to do this. When they have been out and about before they've said, 'we had to pull two or three paddleboarders from Oxwich Point, kayakers from Oxwich Point.' “Mumbles Lifeboat (which was stood down before reaching the incident) was out on another call at the time – they had reports of three incidents in the space of minutes – but it is a regular thing, they are forever pulling paddleboarders back in off Oxwich Point and kayakers – they've been doing it all summer.” In a statement, Horton and Port Eynon lifeboat explained how it launched twice within three hours, adding: “The second launch, at 6pm, was to a report of two kayakers being blown out to sea and paddleboarders in difficulty in Oxwich Bay. One of the paddleboards was said to have two young children on board. On arriving at Oxwich Bay the lifeboat crew quickly discovered that the two children were ashore. “Another boat had taken the other paddleboarder on board and had taken her back to shore. The lifeboat crew then searched for the kayaks and found them one mile south of Oxwich Point. Another boat took one kayaker ashore and the lifeboat crew took the other kayak and kayaker to safety at Oxwich.” Millions of people across the UK are facing financial difficulty after an 80% increase in the energy price cap was announced on Friday. Government regulator Ofgem has confirmed the average yearly bill will go from £1,971 to £3,549 from October for around 24m households in England, Scotland, and Wales on default energy tariffs. The news prompted MoneySavingExpert Martin Lewis to warn “lives will be lost this winter” as a result of the increase which he branded a “catastrophe.” You can read what he said in his interview on the Today programme here. Experts and analysts have already warned of the difficulties many households will face as a result of the change. Ofgem CEO Jonathan Chorley said there was existing government support available but that the upcoming new prime minister “will need to act further to tackle the impact of the price rises that are coming in October and next year”. A study by the University of York has also predicted that 45m people in Britain could face fuel poverty this winter. Here is what the major energy companies have said so far about the changes to the price cap. Police are reporting Freemens Way, Haverfordwest is currently closed due to a crash. There is queueing traffic due to the collision in both directions from the A40 (Salutation Square) to Merlin's Hill. The road has been closed since shortly before 6pm. ROAD CLOSED|| Freemans Way in Haverfordwest is closed in both directions due to a road traffic collision. Diversions have been put in place. Please avoid the area if possible. pic.twitter.com/UqKiQ6Ov5G A person was allegedly raped at Green Men Festival over the weekend according to police. Dyfed-Powys Police is appealing for help with its investigation into the alleged incident in the early hours of Sunday, August 21. The force has released an E-fit of a man officers would like to speak with in relation to their investigation. The man, pictured below, is described as being in his mid-20s, 5ft 11ins tall, of average build, with light brown hair and a big forehead. He is said to be white but with a tan, with dark eyes and thick eyebrows, and was wearing a costume chicken hat, fine-knit sweater which was possibly maroon, and slim-fit jeans. Detective inspector Fay Lantos said: “We are keen to identify this man who may be able to help us with our inquiries. If this is you, you know who he is, or if you have pictures of him from the festival, please get in touch with us.” The festival in the Brecon Beacons at Glanusk Park celebrated its 20th year on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. If you think you can help police you can call 101 quoting reference DPP/0316/21/08/2022/02/C. Alternatively contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously by calling 0800 555111 or visiting crimestoppers-uk.org. Traffic is beginning to ease across the M4 in both directions, and particularly heading west north of Swansea where congestion has been significant for more than two hours. Traffic remains but there are now minimal delays heading towards Pont Abraham Roundabout, while speeds are now around 20mph on average at Junctions 43 and 44 westbound. Remaining slow in patches from 38 (Margam) to 46 (Llangyfelach). Traffic heading eastbound at Pentwyn towards Newport has now cleared, but there remains delays of around ten minutes heading west at Brynglas Tunnels. A 14-year-old boy who was reported as missing from his home in Pontypridd has been found safe. Police have thanked the public for their help in locating Deacon. #UPDATE | We can confirm that 14 year-old Deacon, who was reported #missing from his home in #Pontypridd recently, has been located and is safe. Thank you for your support. pic.twitter.com/Fv6SNHDP1W An in-built safety system designed to bring a wind turbine to a safe stop failed and ultimately led to its collapse at a Welsh valleys wind farm, it's been confirmed. The Nordex-designed 300ft wind turbine crashed to the ground at Gilfach Goch in February this year becoming separated from its base and completely destroying its blades. Locals reported hearing loud noises coming from the Pant-y-Wal wind farm throughout the night of February 13 before waking up to see the turbine blown over on Monday morning. An investigation by Nordex has shown the Nordex N90/2500 wind turbine collapsed after running for over four hours in an “overspeed condition”. The wind farm owners Pennant Walters have since removed the turbine components and placed them in storage. Harry Styles is coming to Cardiff next year with his One Love tour. The former One Direction band member and hit solo artist will perform at the Principality Stadium on June 20, 2023. Tickets will go on sale on Friday, September 2. You can find more details and tickets, here. Coming off of a sold-out 43-date arena tour in 2021, and two special One Night Only shows in New York and London this year, the highly anticipated tour in support of his new album Harry’s House will allow fans to access multiple nights in major cities across the globe turning iconic venues into Harry’s House. The 2023 European leg will also be Harry’s first full stadium outing in the region. There is significant congestion along the M4 in both directions this afternoon due to holiday traffic. Problem areas are around Cardiff and Newport as well as Port Talbot and north of Swansea. You can stay updated if you're planning on travelling here. South Wales Police has shared a heartfelt tribute to one of its PCSOs who has died aged just 27 as a result of cancer. On its social media pages the force posted: “With huge sadness, we announce the death this week of our friend and colleague PCSO Luke Evans. Luke joined us in October 2021 starting his career on the Cathays neighbourhood policing team in South Wales Police Cardiff before transferring to Llantwit Major in the Vale of Glamorgan. “He passed away aged 27 following a short battle with cancer. Luke will be greatly missed by his team and everyone who had pleasure of working with him. Our sincere condolences are with Luke’s fiancée, his parents, the rest of his family and all his friends and colleagues.” Chief Constable Jeremy Vaughan said: “Luke’s death is incredibly sad. My thoughts are with his family, friends and colleagues who we will support in any way that we can at this extremely difficult time.” Hollywood movie star Ryan Reynolds stunned locals when he named a Cheshire curry house the best in Europe – but the baffled owners had no idea who he was at the time. After the Deadpool actor praised the Light of India in Ellesmere Port on his Instagram page, the restaurant's phone has been “ringing off the hook” with people desperate to try it out. Reynolds, who co-owns Welsh football team Wrexham AFC with friend and fellow actor Rob McElhenney, had nothing but praise for the Whitby Road eatery, telling his nearly 45 million Instagram followers it serves the “best Indian food in Europe”. But while curry house bosses Rajia Rahaman, 48, and her husband Rahaman Batan, 51, have been thrilled with the exposure, they admitted they had no idea who the actor was when they first heard about his post, CheshireLive reports. South Wales Police is appealing for help in finding a missing man. Piotr Kowalik has been missing from his home in Margam since Sunday, August 21 at around 8.30pm. Can you help police find him? #HELPUSFIND | We are appealing for your help to locate Piotr Kowalik. Piotr, 58, is #missing from his home in #Margam and he hasn’t been seen since around 8.30pm on Sunday, 21st August. Have you seen him? More Info: https://t.co/KTuheYzi5C pic.twitter.com/F5DjPS0fe3 A barber shop has received advice on “hygiene procedures” amid a spike in fungal infections in a Welsh village. WalesOnline understands at least seven people in Magor, Monmouthshire, have recently contracted ringworm. The source of the outbreak has not been confirmed but a report was made to Monmouthshire County Council claiming the involvement of Staddon’s Barbers in Brassknocker Street. Congratulations to former Strictly Come Dancing stars, Kevin Clifton and Stacey Dooley, have announced that they are expecting their first child together. Stacey took to Instagram to confirm the news. Sharing the news with her one million followers, Stacey wrote: “Gaaaaaaang….. We are having a baby! So delighted,” posting a photo of her baby bump to the platform. Two thugs who call themselves the “Aber Murder Crew” subjected a man to hours of sadistic assaults in which they repeatedly beat him unconscious before bringing him around so they could attack him again. Hefin Parker and Dean Jones then discussed dumping the injured man on the beach so the tide could wash him away, and talked about a friend with a van who could help them dispose of his body. Read the sentencing here. Covid-19 infections in the UK are continuing to fall and are now at their lowest level for more than two months, the Office for National Statistics said. A total of 1.4 million people in private households are estimated to have had coronavirus in the week to August 16. This is a drop of 16% from 1.7 million in the previous week and is the lowest total since the week to June 11. Three vehicles are involved and one lane blocked and queueing traffic westbound between Junction 24 Coldra and junction 25A Cwmbran. Live traffic and travel updates here. A cheating dad who strangled a teenage girl at a secluded beauty spot after meeting her at a nightclub has been sentenced to 23 years in jail. Lewis Haines had spotted teen Lily Sullivan while on a night out in Pembroke – but been told “she's far too young for you” and was reminded by a friend that he had a girlfriend. Live updates from court here. The Government must urgently intervene to help struggling households with ballooning energy costs – or risk a “full-blown economic crisis” and mental health emergency, charities and think tanks have warned. Friday's energy price cap rise will plunge many households into destitution and put children, disabled and older people at serious risk this winter, several bodies said. Live updates here. As the cap is both regional, and based on standing charge and unit rates, moneysaving expert Martin Lewis has built a calculator to estimate your personal increase. He said the team has just finished plugging in the data, so its now live. You can find it here. It looks at how much energy you use and where you live A 36-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of the murder of nine-year-old Olivia Pratt-Korbel, Merseyside Police said. Merseyside Police said the 36-year-old murder suspect was also arrested over two attempted murders. He is from the Huyton area of Liverpool and is in custody being questioned by detectives. He was arrested after an operation involving armed officers in Merseyside on Thursday night. Cardiff City have announced a football match to be played in the memory of club legend Peter Whittingham will take place later this year. With the football league in a close-down period for the FIFA World Cup this autumn, the Bluebirds will welcome Aston Villa, for whom Whittingham played before joining Cardiff in 2007, on November 30. More details here. A public health warning has been issued after sewage was discharged at a number of popular Welsh beaches. Pollution alerts are in place at another four Welsh beaches following the UK’s most recent heavy rainfall. As a result, Safer Seas & Rivers Service have advised members of the public to avoid swimming in the areas affected. Read more here. Ofgem has announced the energy price cap will increase to £3,549 from October – a rise from the current cap of £1,971 per year In the latest blow amid the cost of living crisis around 24 million households will see their energy bills rise by around 80% from the start of October. Follow the reaction live here. Millions of people across the UK are preparing for a major increase in energy prices as the Government regulator is due to announce how much the energy price cap will go up by from October. Ofgem is expected to reveal the new rise at around 7am. In April the price cap skyrocketed by 54% from £1,277 to £1,971 per year for people who pay for their energy via direct debit. Live updates here.
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