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It’s a bank holiday weekend so on Coast & Country this Friday Ruth and her family head to St Davids to visit the spectacular cathedral. They have a guided tour of the building with Rev Canon Dorrian Davies and visit St David’s shrine.
And there’s horse riding from Nolton stables, some 20 minutes away, to the beach at Nolton Haven.
Andrew is on the tourist trail too as he visits the National Showcaves Centre for Wales in the upper Swansea valley and discovers how the caves were first discovered by two local brothers.
As well as seeing some of the world famous formations within the caves, Andrew also meets cave photographer Brendan Marris to find out what it takes to capture the most spectacular caving images.
He ends the day with a visit to the cathedral cave which houses 40ft waterfalls.
Carl Edwards heads to Pale Hall near Bala which has been generating it’s own electricity, thanks to a turbine powered by a nearby stream, for nearly 100 years. Indeed the heaters were left on while the house was derelict for some 20 years, helping to save it from ruin.
Start your bank holiday weekend with Coast & Country.
This episode of Coast & Country is on Friday April 18th at 8.00pm on ITV Cymru Wales.
Little Amelie Ring is one of the one-in-a-thousand babies born profoundly deaf. A few weeks ago she had a complex operation to try and help.
Today Amelie and her parents Vicky and Rob made the journey from their home near Holywell to a Manchester hospital - to literally switch on Amelie's hearing and give her a new sense - Rob Shelley was there.
This time last year, we were experiencing one of the coldest Easters on record. Now many of us will be planning to take advantage of this year's warmer weather, but as the getaway begins its expected to get very busy on the roads. Alexandra Lodge reports.
The Auditor General has criticised how more than £3million of public money was spent on a rural heritage tourist centre in Gwynedd.
An official report says there were "serious weaknesses" in the Cywain Centre project at Bala. Owain Phillips reports.
The daughter of a Newport couple is calling for a change in the law after a crash on the M5 killed her parents and five other people.
Anthony and Pamela Adams were driving past a fireworks display in Somerset when the accident happened. Today an inquest has been completed into the deaths. Richard Morgan reports.
A grieving father has staged a protest bike ride from the Swansea to the Senedd to demand a legal duty of candour from health care professionals.
It's 24 years since Robbie Powell from Ystradgynlais died after a series of medical problems. Now his father, Will is calling for the introduction of what's being called "Robbie's Law" to enforce opennesss among Welsh health professionals. Dean Thomas reports
Olympic boxer Fred Evans from Cardiff has admitted assaulting a reveller at a lap-dancing club after a row over cult reality TV show The Valleys.
Evans, who won a silver medal in London in 2012, was fined £435 for his "limited" role in the assault.
Birmingham Magistrates' Court heard the boxer from St Mellons teamed up with a friend, Danny Butler, to launch a "gratuitous and unprovoked" attack which left their victim unconscious.
The court was told their victim was was battered around the head and knocked to the floor on February 23 this year, moments after arguing with Butler about the merits of MTV's The Valleys.
Butler, of Gloucester Road, Corse, Gloucestershire, was jailed for 10 weeks for his part in the attack, and also ordered to serve four weeks of a previous suspended sentence imposed for a similar offence.
Both Evans and Butler, aged 20, had pleaded not guilty at a previous hearing but admitted common assault after viewing CCTV footage of the attack prior to today's proceedings.
Gavin Rofer, defending Evans, said the boxer was deeply remorseful and had consumed "quite a lot of alcohol" at the time.
This is the moment little Amelie Ring heard for the first time. The 20 month old from Holywell was born profoundly deaf and underwent an operation to insert bilateral cochlear implants to enable her to hear. Today was the first time her microphones were switched on and she heard her parents' voices.
The Welsh Government has described Stagecoach's announcement that it will be cutting services, as 'disappointing.'
– Welsh Government spokesperson
This is extremely disappointing news. The new reimbursement rate for operators in the concessionary bus fare scheme was set following an independent review to ensure operators such as Stagecoach were 'no better and no worse off' by taking part. We continue to work with the Confederation of Passenger Transport to deliver a sustainable bus industry in Wales.