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The Welsh Government has pledged to find out urgently why thousand of pupils across Wales have performed poorly in recent exams.
It comes after a big fall in grades for a pioneering English Language GCSE.
37,000 pupils sat the exams in January, and have been getting their results this week.
Schools across the country say youngsters got much poorer grades than expected in the first such GCSE especially designed for schools in Wales - but there are worries tonight that the results may actually reflect poor levels of literacy in our schools.
Plaid Cymru's conference has begun in Cardiff with the party's leader launching a strong attack on UKIP.
Leanne Wood told delegates that "a vote for UKIP is a vote against Wales."
The conference is being dominated by European issues because Plaid faces an uphill struggle to hold onto its seat in elections to the European parliament in May.
Wales lock Luke Charteris has been forced out of Sunday's clash with England.
In his place is Scarlets forward Jake Ball for his second Six Nations start.
He comes into a side who have recovered well from their defeat to Ireland earlier in the championship, a turn around which means that with two games left to play Wales' hopes of a third consecutive Six Nations title are very much alive.
The former head of an Anglesey primary school found guilty of unacceptable professional conduct by a hearing has been baned from working as a headteacher in Wales.
The General Teaching Council for Wales tribunal ruled that Ann Hughes would be allowed to work in other management roles.
The grieving relatives of a Welsh private detective murdered in London nearly 30 years ago say they are "worried and disturbed" by new developments in the case.
The Home Secretary Theresa May yesterday revealed possible links between an allegedly corrupt police officer in the Stephen Lawrence inquiry and the investigation into the murder of Daniel Morgan from Cwmbran.
Tonight, one of Wales leading experts on policing has called for a Royal Commission to investigate the growing number of controversial cases.
There's a warning tonight that urgent action is needed to maintain safety on our busiest roads.
More than half of the road safety markings on our motorways need replacing, according to businesses that carry out the work.
Mike Griffiths reports.
The Welsh Government says it is investigating unexpectedly low GCSE English language exam results "as a matter of urgency."
Education Minister Huw Lewis announced this afternoon that he has ordered a "rapid fact-finding exercise... to establish what are the key issues underlying the results" and look at how to support schools for future entries.
He said the investigation will initially report back by the end of this month.
However, Huw Lewis said planned changes to GCSEs will still go ahead: "we are committed to our reform programme to increase rigour in the qualifications system in Wales."
A 22-year-old man has been charged with murder following the death of an inmate at Cardiff Prison.
45-year-old Darren Thomas was found in his cell by prison staff early yesterday morning. An ambulance was called, but he was later pronounced dead.
Colin Capp is due to appear at Cardiff Magistrates' Court tomorrow.
A police spokesperson said, "Mr Thomas’ family are devastated by what has happened and continue to be supported by a family liaison officer."
In some parts of Wales, space is running out to bury the dead. Is it time for a radical rethink of the way we are laid to rest? Wales This Week investigates, this Monday at 8pm on ITV Cymru Wales.
The west coast of Wales took quite a pounding in the recent storms - and they have exposed a large expanse of a prehistoric forest on the beach in the village of Borth.
The sight has brought a surge in visitors - keen to get a look and feel of the remains of the 6,000-year-old trees before they get covered up again.
Photos & video: Wales recovering from disruption caused by extreme weather