● Emergency £1.57bn bailout for arts and culture sector announced Theatres, museums, independent cinemas, heritage sites and music venues are eligible for emergency grants and loans
● What you need to know about coronavirus pandemic today (Monday, July 6) There has also been a much-needed £1.5bn boost for the arts industries but ‘curtain will remain down’ for months to come
● Call for law change on vouchers used to scam elderly and vulnerable One woman was conned into buying £8,000 of vouchers in High Street shops to pay off a 'tax demand'
● Tree frog found in Asda bananas after trip from Colombia “One team member spotted the frog, while another confined the frog and took him home. This quick thinking helped keep this frog safe."
● Australian state closes border in move to combat coronavirus second wave New South Wales government announces move to shut border with neighbouring Victoria after spike in new cases
● Wales will get £59m as part of UK government's £1.5bn for the arts It is up to the Welsh Government whether the money is spent supporting the arts
● Warning over scam ads on Facebook and Google Which? easily set up fake adverts selling pseudo-health products on both platforms
● Almost 2,500 postmen and women attacked by dogs in last 12 months "Although the wound wasn’t very deep, it was very frightening at the time, because the dog just kept attacking and wouldn’t stop."
● China takes precautions as bubonic plague case is confirmed The patient is under quarantine in hospital
● Number of parking tickets issued soars 24 per cent in a year Each resultant ticket can cost drivers up to £100
● More than 24,000 jobs lost so far as shops collapsed in 2020 A host of major high street brands, such as Laura Ashley, Debenhams, Monsoon Accessorize, Cath Kidston, Quiz and Victoria’s Secret have all entered insolvency after...
● Sterile foreign currency being offered in 'quarantine envelopes' The virus-free currency comes in small bundles for those travelling abroad
● 227,000 people could be evicted next month when law changes "The minute the evictions ban lifts, the 230,000 already behind with their rent could be up for automatic eviction if they’ve built up eight weeks worth of...
● Universities at risk of insolvency unless Government offers bailout 13 universities across the UK - which educate approximately 130,000 students - could end up with negative reserves by 2024
● Royal Mint selling coins engraved with Sir Elton John's distinctive glasses Collectors' coins will be sold for up to nearly £65,000
● Scottish actor tops poll to find the next James Bond Daniel Craig has filmed his last movie as 007 in No Time To Die
● Frog made 5,000-mile journey from Colombia to Wales in bananas The amphibian, thought to be a banana tree frog, was discovered by a member of staff at Asda in Llanelli. It had survived the long trip from South America unscathed
● Advice on parking, BBQs, and pets as countryside and beaches re-open The five-mile 'stay local' rule will be lifted in Wales on Monday meaning people can leave their local area for the first time in more than three...
● The Welsh woman who left everything to help slaves to freedom The stories of Jessie Donaldson and Willis, a slave who found his freedom in Swansea, were almost forgotten to history but one historian's tireless work has...
● Tears as man, 92, reunited with daughter after three months apart 'It was wonderful seeing him in the garden. He had a tear in his eye'
● Man used sleight of hand to cheat his way to £930 Costel Ventel, 20, tricked staff out of £930 in one day and has been sentenced to 24 weeks in prison
● Youth group for Cardiff's Thomas Picton statue to be replaced More than 80 people have signed an open letter calling to replace the statue of the slave owner with his most well-known victim
● Calls for resignation after poor youth offending inspection in Cardiff Inspectors gave the Cardiff Youth Offending Service the lowest possible rating
● Concerns over scrutiny of £1.2bn Cardiff Capital Region city deal The city deal is investing money to grow the local economy across south-east Wales