News in brief, Friday 27th 2015

Good Morning from The Cardiffian. Here are city’s headlines this morning:
Cameron in Cardiff
DAVID Cameron is expected to deliver a speech at the Welsh Conservative Party Conference in Cardiff today. Held at the Really Welsh Pavilion in the SWALEC Stadium, the two-day-long event will start at 11am this morning.  The British prime minister is set to announce his constitutional settlement and discuss new powers to be devolved to the Welsh Government. He is also expected to announce that the Welsh Assembly will become the Welsh Parliament. (Source: BBC / Welsh Conservatives)
Residents return home
RESIDENTS forced to evacuate their homes following a Cardiff blaze are able to return home. The old bingo hall on Pearl Street in Adamsdown caught fire on Monday afternoon. The building will be demolished and work will begin today to clean up the area and to remove debris from residents’ gardens. More than 60 people had to leave their homes due to dangers from the building’s damaged structure. (Source: BBC)
A NOROVIRUS outbreak at the Royal Glamorgan Hospital’s accident and emergency ward caused two wards to shut. Staff members of the Llantrisant hospital were dealing with a heavy backlog yesterday. People have been advised not to visit the hospital if they have symptoms of the disease or have been in contact with anyone suffering of the symptoms.  (Source: BBC)