The National Union of Teachers (NUT) has welcomed the Welsh Education Minister, Huw Lewis's reforms of the curriculum.
The Education Minister has confirmed that Wales will press ahead will plans to overhaul the school curriculum here.
Proposals include making digital skills a priority, giving teachers more freedom, and making smoother transitions between subjects and year groups.
Huw Lewis told Assembly Members this afternoon he will accept the recommendations from Prof Graham Donaldson's report in full.
He announced a search for pioneer schools who will help shape the new curriculum, and an Independent Advisory Group that will oversee progress.
Fearing for the life of a rabbit on a main road and a complaint about Air France cancelling a flight ticket weren’t reasons to call police on 999, officers warned this afternoon.
One time-waster rang North Wales police on the emergency line from a layby on the A55 dual carriageway about the wild rabbit.
A Bangor man who wanted his bedroom light switching off and a woman with sunburned feet also misused 999 to contact the Welsh ambulance service.
Details were made public when police, ambulance and fire services in North Wales launched a campaign to reduce unnecessary calls to them.
Police have renewed their appeal to find the mother of a baby found in the river Taff in Cardiff.
Authorities say an interim post mortem has ben carried out on the child and it's thought it died at childbirth.
Police are appealing for information to help find Darren Carl Griffiths.
The 54-year-old from Newtown was last seen on Wednesday, June 24.
He is described as tall, of stocky build, with tanned skin and dark, thinning hair. He has a moustache and numerous tattoos on his arms and neck, including a tattoo on his arm, which says ‘Tracy’.
If anyone has seen Mr Griffiths or knows where he is please contact police immediately on 101.