This week we're going back to school, shining a spotlight on the Welsh education system and seeing what it's really like for our teachers, support staff and, most importantly, the pupils.
The accident on the M4 Westbound between J41 (Baglan/Pentyla) and J42 (Earlswood Roundabout/Fabian Way) has been cleared. There's residual congestion.
The Welsh Government says 34,000 hospital admissions caused by alcohol misuse every year cost the Welsh NHS £109m annually.
Deputy Minister Health Minister Vaughan Gething says figures show more then 4 out of 10 adults in Wales report drinking more than the recommended guideline amount of alcohol at least once in the last week.
Statistics released last month for alcohol-related deaths showed there were 467 deaths in Wales in 2013.
The Welsh Government says it will invest almost £50m in 2015-16 in initiatives to tackle the harms associated with both alcohol and drug misuse.
Wrexham slipped closer to relegation trouble after a disappointing 3-1 defeat away to Gateshead in the Conference.
Kevin Wilkin's men couldn't recreate the form that saw them secure a spot in the FA Trophy final and were 1-0 down inside 20 minutes following Alex Rodman's opener.
Wrexham equalised through a Rob Ramshaw own goal, but Lynden Gooch scored early in the second half and Steve Tommassen netted the second own goal of the game to give the team from the north east all three points.
One lane is closed and there's queueing traffic after an accident on the M4 Westbound between J41 (Baglan/Pentyla) and J42 (Earlswood Roundabout/Fabian Way).
Newport County suffered their sixth defeat in ten games as Mansfield scored late to secure all three points at Rodney Parade.
Stags midfielder Reggie Lambe netted the only goal of the game in the 87th minute, leaving Newport still in the League 2 promotion places but just a point ahead of Plymouth and Stevenage.
The hosts dominated for much of the game but couldn't find a way through, before Lambe converted from a Callum Elder cross.
Natural Resources Minister Carl Sargeant has written to the UK’s “Big Six” energy firms, along with the Co-operative Energy and First Utility, asking them to meet him to discuss how they can work more effectively with the Welsh Government to tackle fuel poverty.
The Welsh Government says almost a third of households in Wales are in fuel poverty.