Police were called to several Tesco stores in Wales just after midnight to deal with shopping chaos, as customers squabbled to get their hands on 'Black Friday' bargains.
A Welsh furniture store has created a real stir online, with a parody version of John Lewis' famous Christmas advert.
Staff at Pieces for Places in Barmouth put their own twist on Monty the Penguin, in a video filmed around the seaside town.
Their advert didn't cost anywhere near as much as the real thing - and their penguin certainly wasn't as lifelike - but they say it was a lot of fun and has got a great reaction.
Kevin Ashford reports:
Gwent Police is appealing for help to locate a convicted robber who has absconded from Prescoed Prison in Monmouthshire.
Jeffrey Griffiths, 34, was sentenced to seven years in prison for robbery in September 2013.
He absconded at around 10pm last night. He has connections in the Swansea area.
Gwent Police says he is not a registered sex offender but there may be a potential risk due to the fact that the individual is no longer in the custody of the prison service.
Anyone with information is urged to call 101.
Wales and South Africa have been making their preparations at the Millennium Stadium this afternoon, ahead of tomorrow's final autumn international.
Both sides are looking to end their seasons on a high, with next year's World Cup firmly in their sights.
Wales are also desperate to end their long losing run against the southern hemisphere's big three sides - which was extended to 26 matches after defeat against New Zealand last weekend.
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South Wales Police says missing teenager Charlie Wright, from Cwmaman near Aberdare, has been found safe and well.
Pembrokeshire Council has confirmed that its controversial former chief executive Bryn Parry-Jones was given a £90,000 Porsche as his work vehicle.
The council has revealed details of the car's lease after a Freedom of Information request.
Mr Parry-Jones left his post at the council last month, with a pay-off of nearly £275,000.
He had been under scrutiny after the Wales Audit Office ruled cash payments given to him in lieu of pension contributions were unlawful.
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Our reporter Megan Boot is at the Wales Millennium Centre today as it celebrates its 10th anniversary.
The iconic steel facade of the Cardiff Bay arts centre has been recreated in fondant icing for its birthday cake.
The number of winter deaths in Wales fell last year, according to official figures released today.
There were an estimated 1,100 excess winter deaths here in winter 2013-14, a 41% fall from the previous year's 1,850, and lower than the year before that also.
The Official for National Statistics compares the number of deaths in winter months with the average in other seasons.
Older people are disproportionately affected in winter months.
Across the UK as a whole, winter 2013-14 was the lowest number of excess winter deaths since records began in 1950-51.
Tesco have said their stores are now "trading normally" after a Black Friday rush that saw police called to help control crowds of bargain-hungry shoppers.
The supermarket said in a statement: "Over 600 Tesco stores have Black Friday offers available in store."
"In the interest of customer safety a small number of these stores contacted police last night to help control crowds safely and stores are now trading normally."
A source at the company said they had taken on board complaints from police about improving in-store security.
"We will work with them following this event to make any improvements for next year," the source said.