More than half of Wales’ street lights are switched off or dimmed at night, data gleaned from councils has found.

Powys, Torfaen, Swansea and Anglesey all switch off a proportion of their lights for all the night, with a further 10 counties switching off for a period of time overnight.

Many have taken the decision to save money, and more councils are expected to follow suit.

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