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HMS Duncan, one of most advanced warships the Royal Navy has ever built, has arrived in Cardiff today ahead of the NATO summit.
It will be joined this week by ships from five other NATO member states, and host a working dinner for world leaders on Thursday.
The warship was eventually able to berth, hours behind schedule, after it was delayed from entering the port due to a technical problem with one of the lock gates.
It did not stop hundreds of people turning out to welcome HMS Duncan to the city.
Tom Sheldrick reports:
A teenager from Pontypridd has been told he will never walk again after falling fifty foot from a bridge. Joshua Davies' family say the 18-year-old was running away from bullies. They fear he was targeted because he has Asperger's Syndrome - a form of autism. James Crichton-Smith reports.
With two days to go until the start of the NATO summit many businesses are already counting the costs of the disruption.
But for others, the meeting of global leaders is bringing benefits more local to home as Carole Green reports.
Wales Air Ambulance landed in a car park behind Cardiff Central station today responding to reports of a male with pelvic crush injuries and severe blood loss on a building site nearby.
The crew landed on scene after Police in the area cleared a landing zone.
The man was then taken by helicopter to the University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff for treatment.
The mother of Guardsman Jamie Shadrake, who died while serving in Afghanistan in 2012, has paid tribute to him at an inquest into his death.
Catherine Griffiths describes her son as a "dedicated soldier" and a "brilliant son".
Earlier today a coroner found that Guardsman Shadrake had been 'unlawfully killed while on active service'.
The RSPCA is appealing for information after an owl was found in Rhondda Cynon Taf.
According to the charity, it is believed that the bird is owned by someone as it appears tame and has a metal ID ring on its leg, but efforts to trace the owner from the ring have so far failed.
The eagle owl was found on the road near Danycoed, Ystrad in Pentre on Saturday.
– Sarah Davies, RSPCA animal collection officer
A member of the public saw the owl in the road and crows were attacking it. The bird couldn’t fly away, so it was thought the owl was injured.
The owl has had a health check at a local vets and has no injures, but was lethargic. The bird is doing really well, but it has been a stressful experience.
HMS Duncan now finally all the way into Britannia Quay - hundreds watching as it prepares to berth http://t.co/gexonaONID
HMS Duncan is preparing to berth in Britannia Quay.
Earlier the ship was delayed entering port due to 'technical problems' with one of the lock gates.
Coroner John Gittins ruled that Guardsman Jamie Shadrake was 'unlawfully killed whilst on active service'.
In a statement outside the inquest, his mother said: 'We believed in Jamie and in what he was doing in Afghanistan. We know his selfless sacrifice has helped the people of Afghanistan'
Guardsman Jamie Shadrake of the Reconnaissance Platoon, 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards died when his checkpoint was attacked by insurgents in the Nahr-e Saraj District of Helmand Province in 2012.
South Wales Police are appealing for witnesses after an incident in which a teenage boy broke his spine.
The family of Joshua Davies say he was running away from bullies when he fell.
South Wales Police said it dealt with three allegations of assault between April 2011 and June 2014.
– Det Insp David Peart, South Wales Police
There is currently no evidence which links this incident to anything which occurred previously.
If anyone has information about what happened beneath the Broadway bridge on Sunday, 17th August, they are urged to call 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.”