31/01/2014

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Head Teachers Admits Voyeurism Charges

A 47-year-old man has pleaded guilty to three charges of voyeurism after recording equipment was found filming children using a toilet.

47-year-old Gareth Williams, the deputy head teacher of a Cardiff secondary school Ysgol Glantaf, admitted hiding a camera that filmed five children. The incident do not happen at the school where Williams worked.

Williams was remanded in custody to face sentencing on 21 February.

E.coli Could Be Linked To Food At Concert Venue

An outbreak of the potentially fatal E.coli 0157 infection could be linked to food sold at Glasgow's Hydro concert venue, health officials have said.

Seven people have been diagnosed with the infection – one from Glasgow, two from Lanarkshire, three for Lothian and one from Cumbria.

It is now thought that the outbreak could be linked to burgers sold at the venue.

Health officials have asked that anyone who attended the hydro between 17 and 25 January and feels unwell to contact their GP.

Symptoms to look out for include stomach cramps, diarrhoea (often bloody), nausea and fever.

Body Pulled From River Thought To Be Of Missing Man

Police in Newport believe that a body found recovered from the River Usk is that of Ben Caplan.

Mr Caplan (30) has been missing since 07 December. Police searched the river following reports that someone was seen entering it that night.

Formal identification is yet to take place but police have said that they believe that have recovered the body of missing newspaper worker.

(MH/CD)

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