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If there is one thing that lockdown has done for a lot of us, it has made us appreciate our local areas more by going on walks where we live. As businesses have shut their doors to comply with the Welsh Government's coronavirus regulations, many have taken to the great outdoors to seek some salvation from the same four walls we're used to seeing every day at home. For many, this has been a time to buy a bicycle and go for bike rides, but for loads more, it has been seen as a perfect time to introduce a four-legged canine companion to the family. Research shows there has been a huge surge in dog ownership since lockdown began, perhaps to combat loneliness for some, or for others to ensure they get out and about and remain active every day. But there have been people who have been shirking their new found responsibilities when it comes to picking up after them on walks, which has resulted in many encountering some nasty discoveries inside parks or along pathways. This has been compounded by problems of waste and other bins building-up with uncollected waste as councils have struggled to keep up with demands during the coronavirus lockdown. It has led to local authorities across Wales pleading with people to act responsibly and clean up after their dogs after being inundated with reports.
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Our round up of the best glamping sites in the UK, including cabins, treehouses, yurts and pods. From lavish treehouses and yurts to cosy cabins and a double-decker bus, there are some extraordinary choices. This location is truly special, with peace, quiet and beautiful views aplenty in the Devonshire countryside.
A court is a form of tribunal with the authority to adjudicate legal disputes between parties and carry out the administration of justice in civil, criminal and administrative matters in accordance with the rule of law. Courts in Scotland operate to a different set of laws to those elsewhere in the UK. Want the latest Courts news sent straight to your inbox? Sign up to our newsletter today. Scots taxi driver leaves passenger scarred for life after running over her when she left his cab Courts Gerald Burns reversed over Maria Reid, who has since died, leaving her with a inch scar down her leg.