Cardiff City manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is in London for talks over his future with the club, ITV Wales understands. He is speaking to the club's chairman. It comes after Tuesday's one nil defeat to Middlesbrough. Solskjaer has admitted the performance was not good enough.
Home-owners in Swansea have blockaded their street in a bid to stop parents parking outside their houses while on the school run.
Parents had been parking in the exclusive Mandinam Park estate close to Olchfa Comprehensive School.
Police were called after there were complaints of homeowners using their cars to block the street.
The Olchfa Comprehensive School is one of the largest in Wales with 1860 pupils.
Angered parents say that the school had been built long before the housing development.
Meanwhile, the school says it's aware of the parking issue and is asking parents to consider nearby residents when dropping children off.
The President AB InBev UK & Ireland says findings that show parents overestimating the number of underage drinkers highlight the need for them to have support in talking to their children about alcohol.
Services that offer free advice in Wales are to get £2m worth of funding to help with the growing demand of people struggling to cope with the economic climate.
The Welsh Government announced the funding will be made available to organisations that give advice on welfare benefits, debt and housing and discrimination across Wales.
The main organisations to receive the funding are:
- Citizens Advice Cymru
- Shelter Cymru
- Snap Cymru
- Age Cymru
A study showing that parents in Wales are overestimating the number of 11-15 year-olds who think it's okay to get drunk has also found they're overestimating the number who've tried alcohol.
On average, parents in the UK think 57% of 11-15 year olds have tried alcohol. The actual figure is 39% of 11-15 year olds - but 7 in 10 parents thought it was higher.
Despite the underage drinking being in decline, today's poll reveals 70% of parents across the UK believe it has increased compared to five years ago.
The family of Karen Catherall, who was found dead at a house in Gwernaffield near Mold on Sunday have released a tribute to her.
Leighton Andrews, the new Minister for Public Services, Rebecca Evans, the Deputy Minister for Farming and Food and Julie James the new Deputy Minister for Skills and Technology have been officially sworn in as Welsh Government Ministers. Julie James says she's looking forward to her new cabinet role