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.
The Cardiff Blues have fought back in the second half to take the win over Treviso.
The Blues secured their win in the last ten minutes with try scored by Rory Watts-Jones.
It's a close first half at the Cardiff Arms Park this evening as Cardiff Blues go head to head with Treviso.
The Blues are trailing slightly behind despite taking most of the possession of the ball.
Dyfed Powys Police have launched an appeal after an 80-year-old woman with Alzheimer’s went missing this morning.
Angela Leaf was last seen at her home in Llanelli around 11am this morning.
Angela, or Angie as she is better known, is 5ft 4 inches and was wearing black trousers and a brown button up coat.
Police are asking anyone with information to contact them on 101
The Wales Millennium Centre has been celebrating its 10th birthday.
A decade ago tonight, Cardiff Bay was filled with song and fireworks as the arts venue was officially opened.
There have been some tough times, with a Welsh Government bail-out needed early on.
More than 13.5 million people have visited since it opened.
Megan Boot reports:
Two rugby fans have been banned from all matches at Twickenham for the next two years, after an investigation into homophobic abuse aimed at Welsh referee Nigel Owens.
The Rugby Football union launched an investigation after allegations of abuse during the autumn international between England and New Zealand earlier this month.
The two fans will also have to pay fines of £1,000 each to charity.
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.